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ReCAAP ISC: One incident of armed robbery 18 – 24 June

SAFETY4SEA 25 Jun 2024
One CAT 3 incident of armed robbery against ships in Asia was reported to ReCAAP ISC, between 18th – 24th June 2024 ... the Operation Centres of the Philippines and Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCOM) of Malaysia.
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Houthis continue to show aggression against vessels

SAFETY4SEA 25 Jun 2024
(Sanaa time), the crew reported minor injuries and moderate damage to the ship, but the vessel has continued underway. M/V TRANSWORLD NAVIGATOR most recently docked in Malaysia and was en route to Egypt.
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China allows imports of fresh Malaysian durians, but exporters expect challenges

Straits Times 25 Jun 2024
Malaysia was previously allowed to ship only the whole frozen fruit and other durian-based products ....
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The D Brief: Israel eyes ‘Phase C’; Ike ends Red Sea ops; B-21’s cost cleared ...

Defense One 24 Jun 2024
M/V Transworld Navigator, a Liberian-flagged, Greek-owned, and operated bulk cargo ship headed to Egypt from Malaysia. The early morning incident Sunday marked the fourth time this particular ship came under attack from the terrorist group, U.S.
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Israel war on Gaza live: Israeli tanks at edge of al-Mawasi ‘safe zone’

Al Jazeera 24 Jun 2024
Houthi attack caused ‘minor injuries’ on cargo ship ... In a post on X, CENTCOM said the suspected drone attack by the Houthis resulted in the crew reporting “minor injuries and moderate damage to the ship”, but that the vessel continued its journey.
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Singapore port logjam lingers as container ships keep piling in

Gulf-Times 23 Jun 2024
... will be limited by the capacity constraints in Tanjung Pelepas and Klang.And given the shipping peak season has arrived earlier than usual this year, it will likely end sooner, according to Jefferies.
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"Two Countries, Twin Parks" yields fruits in China and Malaysia

Xinhua 21 Jun 2024
An aerial drone photo taken on June 13, 2024 shows a cargo ship which passed the Kuandan Port of Malaysia unloading cargo at an automated container handling terminal of Qinzhou Port in Qinzhou, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
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Malaysian leader Anwar says China a 'true friend' and not to be feared at end ...

Newsday 20 Jun 2024
People say, well, Malaysia is a growing economy ... Malaysia’s government prefers diplomatic channels and rarely criticizes Beijing publicly, even though Chinese coast guard ships have sailed near Malaysia’s waters.
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China eyes plan to connect SEA rail links

The Manila Times 20 Jun 2024
Malaysia, one of the world's biggest producers of the spiky, smelly fruit, was previously allowed to ship only the whole frozen fruit and its products to China, with exports valued at 1.19 billion ringgit ($253 million) in 2023.
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Malaysian leader Anwar says China a 'true friend' and not to be feared at end of Premier Li's visit

Hong Kong Standard 20 Jun 2024
People say, well, Malaysia is a growing economy ... Malaysia’s government prefers diplomatic channels and rarely criticizes Beijing publicly, even though Chinese coast guard ships have sailed near Malaysia’s waters.
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China and Malaysia renew 5-year economic pact, to review visa-free travel

Hong Kong Standard 19 Jun 2024
The agreement would see Malaysia, one of the world's biggest producers of the pungent fruit, join Southeast Asian neighbours Thailand and Vietnam in shipping fresh durian to the multi-billion dollar Chinese market.
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China and Malaysia deepen ties with renewed economic pact

Al Jazeera 19 Jun 2024
However, unlike the much-publicised clashes between the Philippines and China, Malaysia’s government prefers diplomatic channels and rarely criticises Beijing, even when Chinese coastguard ships have sailed near Malaysia’s waters.
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China and Malaysia are due to ink economic pacts as visiting Premier Li meets with Anwar

Springfield News-Sun 19 Jun 2024
But unlike the publicized clashes between the Philippines and China, Malaysia's government prefers the diplomatic channel and rarely criticizes Beijing even though Chinese coast guard ships have sailed near Malaysia's waters.
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Fresh Malaysian durians for China after trade deals signed during Li's visit

Voa News 19 Jun 2024
But unlike the publicized clashes between the Philippines and China, Malaysia’s government prefers the diplomatic channel and rarely criticizes Beijing even though Chinese coast guard ships have sailed near Malaysia’s waters.

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