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USS Cincinnati submarine memorial heads to city's suburbs

Cincinnati.com 04 Mar 2024
Navy allows ships and boats to be transferred to cities and nonprofit agencies with proof of financing for transportation and a plan for refurbishment and operations for at least five years. New ship ... Navy commissioned the USS Cincinnati combat ship.
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Ship sunk by Houthis threatens Red Sea environment

GDN Online 03 Mar 2024
The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) agency yesterday reported a ship sinking, but did not identify it ... In a separate report, UKMTO agency said it had received a report of a ship being ...
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Ship to Pakistan stopped at Mumbai port on nuclear cargo suspicion

Financial Express 03 Mar 2024
Indian security agencies have ... Reportedly, the Malta-flagged merchant ship, CMA CGM Attila, was stopped on January 23 at the Nhava Sheva port on a specific intelligence received by security agencies.
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Cargo ship sinks off Yemeni coast, sparking environmental disaster fears

People Daily 03 Mar 2024
In a statement released by the state-run Saba news agency, the government said Rubymar, a cargo ship abandoned for over 12 days after being attacked by the Houthi group, has sunk off the coast of Yemen.
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Ship From China To Pak Stopped At Mumbai Port Over Suspected Nuclear Cargo

Kashmir Observer 03 Mar 2024
However, a deeper investigation by the security agencies indicated that the consignment, weighing 22,180 kilogrammes, was shipped by Taiyuan Mining Import and Export Co Ltd and was meant for Cosmos Engineering in Pakistan, the officials said.
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Pakistan, China strongly deny Indian charges

The News International 03 Mar 2024
Indian media reports said that security agencies at Mumbai’s Nhava Sheva port intercepted and seized the consignment of a Karachi-bound ship from China after it was found carrying a dual-use ...
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Devastated father of girl who took her own life after she was bullied in vicious ...

The Daily Mail 03 Mar 2024
Yemen's Houthi rebels have vowed to continue targeting British ships in the Red Sea after sinking the UK-owned Rubymar, the first vessel to be fully destroyed as part of their campaign over Israel's war in the Gaza Strip.
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Seizure of commercial consignment draws FO ire

Dawn 03 Mar 2024
ISLAMABAD ... The Karachi-bound ship from China was boarded, and its cargo was inspected based on what Indians claimed to be specific intelligence inputs ... Indian agencies confiscated goods on Karachi-bound ship ... Published in Dawn, March 3rd, 2024. .
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India halts Pakistan-bound ship from China suspected of carrying nuclear cargo

The Times of India 03 Mar 2024
Indian security agencies have intercepted a Pakistan-bound ship from China at Mumbai's Nhava Sheva ...
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Explained: Why Pak-Bound Ship From China Was Stopped At Mumbai Port

NDTV 03 Mar 2024
Indian security agencies recently halted a Karachi-bound ship from China on the suspicion that it contained a dual-use consignment - weighing 22,180 kilogrammes - that could be used for Pakistan's... .
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After Pakistan, Now China Denies Proliferation Concerns Following India's Seizure Of 'Dual-Use' Consignment

MENA FN 03 Mar 2024
(MENAFN - AsiaNet News) In a recent development, security agencies at Mumbai's Nhava Sheva port intercepted and seized a consignment on a Karachi-bound ship from China on Saturday. The consignment, ... .
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Hamas delegation arrives for Gaza ceasefire talks in Cairo

The Observer 03 Mar 2024
The scale of the looming starvation has pushed the US to start air-dropping food into the besieged territory, a move criticised by aid agencies and human rights groups as expensive and ineffective.
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India stops China to Pak ship for suspicious nuclear cargo

Madhyamam 02 Mar 2024
Indian security agencies seized a dual-use military-grade consignment from a ship at Mumbai after the ship was stopped by them at the Nhava Sheva port over suspicion ... Agencies believe that the ...
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Ship from China seized at Mumbai port on suspicion of carrying consignment for Pak\u2019s N-programme

Indian Express 02 Mar 2024
Indian security agencies on Saturday seized a Karachi-bound ship at Mumbai\u2019s Nhava Sheva port on suspicion that it contained a dual-use consignment that could be used for Pakistan\u2019s nuclear and ballistic missile programme.
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