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S-Korea saves three N-Korea sailors from cargo ship that sank

Apr 04, 2014

S-Korea saves three N-Korea sailors from cargo ship that sank

Rescuers recovered the bodies of two North Korean sailors, pulled three survivors and were searching for 11 others missing after their cargo ship sank off South Korea's coast early Friday, the coast guard said. #diplomacy #NewsTracker #South Korea #sailors #North Korea #ships
INS Sindhuratna accident: Two sailors still remain missing

Feb 27, 2014

INS Sindhuratna accident: Two sailors still remain missing

Two sailors are still missing on the accident-hit INS Sindhuratna submarine, official sources said Thursday. An official said the condition of the submarine has been described as safe. #NewsTracker #Indian Navy #sailors #INS Sindhuratna #INS Sindhuratna tragedy #Navy accident #Sailors missing
Three months on, Sunil James, colleague freed from Togo jail

Dec 20, 2013

Three months on, Sunil James, colleague freed from Togo jail

Indian merchant ship captain Sunil James was Thursday freed from a jail in the west African country of Togo after more than three months and is on his way back to India, the external affairs ministry said Thursday. #Sanjay Nirupam #sailor #Vijayan #pirates #Togo #Syed Akbaruddin #Rakesh Madappa #Sunil James #MT Ocean Centurion #Aditi James
28 Indian sailors rescued from Somali pirates to return today

Mar 18, 2013

28 Indian sailors rescued from Somali pirates to return today

The return of the sailors is being seen as a significant milestone in India's war against piracy. #NewsTracker #Indian sailors #Somali pirates
Twenty-eight Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates

Mar 09, 2013

Twenty-eight Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates

Shipping Minister GK Vasan said the matter was handled by the Indian government in very discreet way so that the sailors are secured safely. #NewsTracker #Indian sailors #Somali pirates #GK Vasan

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Twenty-eight Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates

Sep 23, 2014

Retiring priests leave void in dioceses nationwide, Catholic leaders say

Many Catholic dioceses nationwide continue to struggle to attract enough priests, though some church leaders gathered for a national vocations conference in Hauppauge said they see signs of hope. About 250 priests, mainly from the United States -- al...
Twenty-eight Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates

Sep 23, 2014

Did Portugal discover Australia in 1520? New mission sets out to find a CANNON which could rewrite history about when Europeans first discovered the continent

Explorer Ben Cropp has set off on a six week mission to find a 500-year-old cannon which will prove for the first time Portuguese sailors were the first to land in Australia in the early 1520s...
Twenty-eight Indian sailors freed by Somali pirates

Sep 22, 2014

Enslavement's Shadow

Co-authored by Ellen M. Snyder-Grenier By 1943, the United States is embroiled in World War II. To meet the urgent demand for ships and heed President Franklin D. Roosevelt's call to hire African Americans for war jobs, Chester, Pennsylvania's Sun Sh... #Philadelphia, PA #Pennsylvania #Delaware #Franklin D. Roosevelt #Delaware River