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Billionaire ex-Glencore trader takes first stake in Greek shipping bank as profit climbs

Tradewinds 18 Jun 2024
... (ABBank), a Greek shipping lender he is set to take control of.
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U.S. Navy Rescues Crew of Greek Ship that Houthis Attacked

Breitbart 18 Jun 2024
A team from the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower carrier strike group rescued the crew of a Greek-owned ship that Houthis attacked. The post U.S. Navy Rescues Crew of Greek Ship that Houthis Attacked appeared first on Breitbart ... .
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Denmark seeks dark fleet restrictions in the Baltic

Splash24/7 18 Jun 2024
In the southeast of the continent, meanwhile, the Greek navy has for the past few weeks made ship-to-ship transfers impossible at one of the top European destinations for such activities.
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Greece denies allegations of forcefully returning migrants with violence

Jurist 18 Jun 2024
The Greek ... According to research by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, failures by the Greek coastguard contributed to the ship’s sinking and the death of more than 600 people.
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Filipino crew returns home amidst recovery efforts

SAFETY4SEA 18 Jun 2024
The ship’s captain promised to return to sea once the crew had recovered from the ordeal. On 12th June, the Greek-owned Tutor was sailing in the Red Sea en route to India ... The ship had 22 Filipino ...
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Houthis believed to have sunk second ship in the Red Sea, UKMTO says

CyprusMail 18 Jun 2024
Yemen’s Houthi militants are “believed to have sunk” a second ship in the Red Sea, the United Kingdom ... The Houthis and other sources previously identified the damaged ship as the Greek-owned Tutor.
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Filipino sailor killed in Huthi attack on cargo ship - White House

The Philadelphia Inquirer 18 Jun 2024
... ship that had “nothing to do with the conflict in Gaza.” The vessel suffered serious flooding and […]...
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Filipino sailor killed in Houthi attack on cargo ship – White House

The Manila Times 18 Jun 2024
But National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said the Filipino seaman killed was on the M/V Tutor, a Liberian-flagged, Greek-owned ship that had "nothing to do with the conflict in Gaza.".
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Bulk Carrier Reportedly Sunk by Houthis in the Red Sea

MarineLink 18 Jun 2024
Yemen's Houthi militants are believed to have sunk a second ship in the Red Sea, the United Kingdom ... The Houthis and other sources previously identified the imperilled ship as the Greek-owned Tutor.
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Bulker Tutor Sinks Becoming Second Vessel Lost from Houthi Attacks

The Maritime Executive 18 Jun 2024
Footage showing the Moments right before as well as right after the Liberian-Flagged, Greek-Owned Bulk Cargo Ship, M/V Tutor was Struck on June 10th by a Houthi One-Way Surface Attack Drone while Transiting the Southern Red Sea.
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Tourists Told ‘Go Home’ as Protests Against Over-tourism Escalate in Spain

Greek Reporter 18 Jun 2024
Speaking last week to Bloomberg Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis said the time has come to place restrictions on cruise ships visiting Greece’s most popular islands, the government’s first move to cope with the effects of over-tourism.
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Seawise Giant: The rise, rebirth, and fall of the world’s longest ship

Interesting Engineering 18 Jun 2024
Humans never again dared to make another ship of the magnitude of the Seawise Giant ... In the late 1970s, Tokyo-based ship maker Sumitomo Heavy Industries received an order from a Greek businessman to build a huge supertanker.
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American Forces Airlift Crew of Greek-Owned Ship Attacked in the Red Sea

Greek Reporter 17 Jun 2024
Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group (IKECSG) airlifted the crew of a Greek-owned merchant ship attacked by Iranian-backed Houthis in the Red Sea, on June 15 ... Greek ships attacked by Houthis in the Red Sea.
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Ancient Diolkos Stone Road Allowed Ships to Go From Ionian to Aegean

Greek Reporter 17 Jun 2024
The Diolkos stone road, an ancient Greek engineering marvel, allowed ships to travel overland from the Ionian Sea to the Aegean, bypassing the Peloponnesian Peninsula.
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George Procopiou and Latsis firm strike Greek real estate partnership

Tradewinds 17 Jun 2024
George Procopiou, a Greek shipping tycoon with a long history in real estate, has added to his property ...

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