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Welcome to ITF Seafarers Maritime News. Here you will find news stories from around the world about your industry and the people who work in it. The archive below is arranged chronologically with the most recent stories appearing first – please use the drop-down menus to further refine your search by year or keyword.  

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10 March 2017
UK detains eight foreign ships

10 March 2017
Seafarers still face danger in piracy-prone waters

10 March 2017
Indian seafarers launch families initiatives on International Women’s Day

3 March 2017
European shipping industry backs better regulation

3 March 2017
Further crew kidnap off Nigeria

24 February 2017
Malaviya 20 crew head home with all their pay

24 February 2017
Tragic death of three crew off Mumbai

24 February 2017
Migrants drown as traffickers remove boat’s engine

24 February 2017
Seafarer killed during pirate attack in Philippine waters

24 February 2017
Ship’s engineers found guilty of pollution cover-up

23 February 2017
US embassy warns about fake cruise jobs

23 February 2017
Warning on “Marathi Shipping Agency” – a sham and a scam

23 February 2017
Awareness week prompts 125 Myanmar seafarers to join union

21 February 2017
Canada settles with union on work permits case

17 February 2017
UK detains nine foreign vessels

10 February 2017
ITF leads calls for Irish government action over migrant fishers

3 February 2017
New study reveals growth in fatigue at sea

3 February 2017
Romania makes first MLC arrest

3 February 2017
Concern over effects of Trump travel ban on seafarers

31 January 2017
ITF welcomes new provisions to help stranded crew

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