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Europe · Ottawa
Canada to announce Russian sanctions
A government official says Canada plans to announce new sanctions on Russia during the G7 Leaders' Summit. The sanctions will target Russian companies involved in military technology. Other sanctions have to do with human rights violations, including the transfer and custody of Ukrainian children in Russia. See the Story
53% Left coverage: 51 sources
Fishermen · Beijing
Two bodies recovered during search operation of Chinese fishing vessel
Two bodies were found in the search for missing sailors on Thursday after a Chinese fishing vessel capsized in the Indian Ocean with 39 people on board, state media said. The ongoing search operation following the capsizing of the Lu Peng Yuan Yu 028 "found and salvaged the remains of two victims", Xinhua news agency reported.See the Story
41% Center coverage: 17 sources
Europe · Brussels
Borrell urges EU to crack down on imports of Indian fuels made with Russian oil -FT
The European Union should crack down on India reselling Russian oil into Europe as refined fuel, including diesel, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said in an interview with the Financial Times published on Tuesday. See the Story
44% Right coverage: 16 sources
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Nigeria · Nigeria
Nigeria Releases “Oil Theft” VLCC Heroic Idun After Plea Bargain
Norwegian-owned VLCC Heroic Idun has been released after its owner fulfilled the conditions of a plea bargain agreement. The tanker was detained after an alleged unauthorized entry into Nigerian waters with intent to lift crude oil (under charter to BP) The Nigerian Navy reiterated its claim that the tanker and its 26 foreign crew entered Nigeria's waters unlawfully. It is the latest incident in which Nigerian authorities have used the law to prosecute foreign nationals rather than Nigerian pirate gangs.See the Story
Europe · London
Sudan: Final UK evacuation flight leaves the country
The final UK evacuation flight has now left Sudan, the government has announced. It had said previously the last flight would leave on Wednesday, with British officials who have been working on the evacuation expected to be on board.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 8 sources
Disney Cruise Line to send new ship to Singapore in 2025
The ship will be the unfinished Global Dream, which DCL acquired this year. It will get a classic Disney look and feel. The ship will run on green methanol, which would make it one of the first in the cruise industry to use the low-emission fuel for a vessel.See the Story
73% Center coverage: 11 sources
Bollore in exclusive talks with CMA CGM over sale of Bollore Logistics
French conglomerate Bollore (BOLL.PA) says it has entered into exclusive negotiations with the French transport and shipping group CMA CGM. Bollore Logistics' offer would give it a five billion euros ($5.49 billion) enterprise value on a cash free and debt free basis.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
Europe · Moscow
Moscow sees U.S. drone incident as provocation -Russia's ambassador to U.S.
Moscow views the incident involving a Russian Su-27 fighter jet and a U.S. military drone over the Black Sea as provocation, Russia's RIA state news agency cited Anatoly Antonov, the Russian ambassador to the United States, as saying on Tuesday. See the Story
52% Right coverage: 25 sources
Middle East · Cairo
Cargo ship runs aground in Suez Canal, traffic not impacted
The Liberia-flagged MSC Istanbul got stuck in a two-lane part of the Suez Canal. Tugboats were deployed to help refloat the vessel, which was heading to Portugal from Malaysia. About 10% of world trade flows through the canal, a major source of foreign currency for Egypt.See the Story
42% Right coverage: 19 sources