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Western Australia grain trade should shrug off storm damage
Tuesday, 21.Oct.2014, 09:00
Large export quantities will be available despite fears of reduced grain production

Russian boxship "M/V Simushir" adrift off B.C. coast
Sunday, 19.Oct.2014, 11:09
A Russian container ship carrying hundreds of tonnes of fuel has lost power and is adrift off the coast of British Columbia. 

Houthis storm administrative building of Yemeni capital
Saturday, 18.Oct.2014, 20:22

The eyewitnesses said the Houthis had besieged the administrative building of the province for several days before they stormed it

Boko Haram attacks 2 Nigerian villages despite cease-fire
Saturday, 18.Oct.2014, 15:06

About 20 Boko Haram fighters in two Hilux vehicles stormed Maikadiri in Abadam Local Government, in the northern part of Borno, on Friday evening "shooting into residents' homes," the source told Anadolu Agency.

Hapag 3,969-TEUer cuts loose in Sydney storm, rams Safmarine 3,647-TEUer
Thursday, 16.Oct.2014, 21:53
DURING storm that closed Sydney harbours, Hapag-Lloyd's 3,962-TEU Kiel Express slipped her moorings in 126 kph winds and rammed the 3,647-TEU Safmarine Makutu.



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Model Alexandra Fotopoulou holding the 9th issue of seanews magazine at the Posidonia Shipping Fair


 
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