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Headlines in Iranian English Language dailies on June 25

Irna 25 Jun 2022
-- Iran 22nd among world’s top shipping fleets ... The capacity of Iran’s shipping fleet is more than many industrialized countries such as France, Italy, Canada, and the Netherlands ... --Iran ranks 22nd among world’s top shipping fleets ... Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Sweden, Vietnam, Oman, Malaysia, Qatar, and Nigeria also have smaller shipping fleets than Iran.
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South China Sea: What could go wrong?

Asiatimes 25 Jun 2022
There is much that could go wrong and precious little that could go right ... Rival claimants are recoiling in fear and defiance ... In April 2020, the US sent warships to back up a Malaysian-sponsored oil rig being intimidated in Malaysia’s exclusive economic zone by a Chinese government survey ship accompaniment by several China coast guard ships ... ....
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Malaysian Female Seafarer Sailing The High Seas

Malaysian National News Agency 24 Jun 2022
It was organised by the Women in Maritime Association Malaysia (MyWIMA) in collaboration with the Transport Ministry and Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association ... "In fact, according to the Marine Department Malaysia, only 1,925 out of 72,426 seafarers in Malaysia between 2010 to 2017 comprised women," she said.
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News Live: Rahul Gandhi to meet party workers from every state along with state chiefs, ...

Deccan Herald 22 Jun 2022
Stay tuned!. 14.45 ... Coast Guard rescues 15 Syrian mariners from stranded ship off Mangaluru coast. Indian Coast Guard saved 15 Syrian mariners from a foreign ship MV Princess Miral that ran aground off New Mangalore on June 21 amid rough weather conditions. Crew of the grounded vessel abandoned the ship. The vessel was bound for Lebanon from Malaysia.
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Karnataka: Indian Coast Guard rescues 15 Syrian mariners in distress

The Times of India 21 Jun 2022
... flag ship which ran aground off on Tuesday. The SAR mission was coordinated by ICG ship Vikram and ICG ship Amartya by braving the rough weather condition.
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Ship runs aground; 15 Syrian mariners in distress rescued

The Times of India 21 Jun 2022
The SAR mission was coordinated by ICG ship and ICG ship Amartya by braving the rough weather condition.
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China Claims New Technical Tool; Analysts Suspect Dual Military Use

Beijing News 17 Jun 2022
Launched on May 18, the city says the carrier is 'expected to bolster China's marine scientific research and marine economy development.' The Southern Marine Science & Engineering Guangdong Laboratory in the city of Zhuhai will operate the 88.5-meter-long ship ... Malaysia Buying Chinese Ships to Protect its Waters From China, Others.
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Biden gives ANOTHER $1 billion in military aid to Ukraine - bringing total to $5.5 ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jun 2022
China is also eager to open up this route, which would allow its trading ships to bypass the Strait of Malacca - a strategic bottleneck bordered by Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, which are partnered with the US ... In 2009 two German cargo ships sailed from South Korea to Rotterdam using it, escorted by a Russian icebreaker.
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Ryanair Afrikaans test: Why South Africa loves and loathes the language

Yahoo Daily News 15 Jun 2022
It was fashioned from the melange of prisoners the Dutch brought to the southern tip of Africa from what is now Malaysia and Indonesia; the enslaved people warehoused in Cape Town, ready for shipping across the Atlantic by the English and the Portuguese; Indian indentured ...
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Fruit taking flight to delight of consumers

ECNS 14 Jun 2022
A plane of SF Airlines arrives at Zhanjiang, Guangdong province, to ship local fruit ... With the latest seasonal fruits like lychees and cherries hitting the market, a number of logistics companies have launched special flights to ship the sought-after commodities in a timely manner from Guangdong province to various destinations nationwide.
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Australia's Lynas gets $120 mln Pentagon contract for U.S. rare earths project

Reuters 14 Jun 2022
June 14 (Reuters) - Australia's Lynas Rare Earths (LYC.AX) has signed a $120 million follow-on contract with the U.S ... subsidiary builds on 'Phase 1' funding for a facility announced in July 2020 ... Lynas mines rare earths in Western Australia and ships the material to Malaysia in southeast Asia, where it produces rare earth oxides ... ....
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Rising tension in East Asia

Manila Standard 14 Jun 2022
Taiwan’s foreign ministry denounced China’s claims of its sovereignty as “absurd” and thanked the US for the show of support ... Beijing claims almost all of the resource-rich sea, through which trillions of dollars in shipping trade passes annually, with competing claims from Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam. Cause for concern. .
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NGOs See "Baby Steps" Towards Climate Action at MEPC 78

The Maritime Executive 13 Jun 2022
Most IMO members are now in favor of bringing shipping's emissions to "net zero" by 2050. 45 delegates took the floor to speak in favor of the 2050 net-zero shipping emissions target including the Cook Islands, Mexico, Myanmar, Colombia and Malaysia ... “For technological and ecological transition in shipping, tomorrow matters more than next week.
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China: No independence for Taiwan

The Manila Times 13 Jun 2022
SINGAPORE ... "We will fight at all cost, and we will fight to the very end," he said ... Myriad disputes ... China claims almost all of the resource-rich sea, through which trillions of dollars in shipping trade passes annually, with competing claims from Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam ... ....
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How tariffs actually impact U.S. module manufacturers

Solar Builder 13 Jun 2022
“Those companies can afford to manufacture a product, ship it and sell from that port. We are not 12 to 14 weeks of shipping away ... “The shipping costs are high, and then compound that with the fact we can’t use some of the same suppliers we use in Korea ... But two years ago, shipping from China or Malaysia for a sq meter of glass was 10 percent of that.

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Serena Williams of the United States returns the ball during her quarterfinal doubles tennis match with Ons Jabeur of Tunisia against Shuko Aoyama of Japan and Hao-Ching of Taiwan at the Eastbourne International tennis tournament in Eastbourne, England, Wednesday, June 22, 2022
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