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Houthis anger world by ‘shifting goalposts’ on tanker salvage mission, says UN

The National 24 Feb 2021
The UN was working to “finalize mission preparations” but “sometimes the goalposts seem to shift”, added the spokesman ... A major spill would hurt tourism, fishing and desalination plants across Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti, and impede a shipping lane that carries as much as 10 per cent of global trade. .
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Houthis anger world by ‘moving goalposts’ on tanker salvage mission, says UN

The National 24 Feb 2021
“For nearly two years they've continued to move the goalposts,” Mr Dujarric said ... 'A new suffering began' ... A major spill would hurt tourism, fishing and desalination plants across Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti, and impede a shipping lane that carries as much as 10 per cent of global trade. .
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Why the China-Mauritius FTA mattersThe Free Trade Agreement could prove crucial in further opening African ...

Deccan Herald 18 Feb 2021
For China’s international trade, the region around Mauritius is critical as a foothold in Mauritius could facilitate monitoring of shipping lanes that crisscross the Indian Ocean. China has opened a military base in Djibouti in 2017 and the Chinese Navy pays regular visits to the ...
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Yemen pushes UN to salvage oil tanker ‘time bomb’

The National 12 Feb 2021
Houthi rebels expelled Yemen’s internationally recognised government from the capital Sanaa in 2014 ... Read More ...I.R ... A major spill would hurt tourism, fishing and desalination plants across Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti and impede a shipping lane that is used for about 10 per cent of global trade. .
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US and UK consider military-backed clean-up of Yemen tanker

The National 09 Feb 2021
“You’ve got to empty it and scrap the ship, otherwise the entire Red Sea is at risk.” Read More ... A major spill would hurt tourism, fishing and desalination plants across Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti, and impede a shipping lane that is used for up to 10 per cent of global trade, he said.
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US and UK weigh emergency clean up of Yemen tanker

The National 09 Feb 2021
“You’ve got to empty it and scrap the ship, otherwise the entire Red Sea is at risk.” Read More ... A major spill would hurt tourism, fishing and desalination plants across Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti and impede a shipping lane that is used for six to ten per cent of global trade, he said.
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Kellie Pickler, Wilmer Valderrama Named USO Global Ambassadors

Johnson City Press 04 Feb 2021
Wilmer ValderramaFirst tour in 2007 to GermanyEight USO tours visiting nine international locations (Germany, Poland, South Korea, Afghanistan, Djibouti, Greenland, Norway, Bahrain, Iraq) and a ship at sea; and three domestic locationsOne USO Holiday Tour with the Chairman of the ...
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PNS Nasr visits ports in Djibouti, Sudan

Dawn 03 Feb 2021
Pakistan Navy Ship (PNS) Nasr visited the ports of Djibouti and Sudan as part of its deployment in the African region ... The mission commander and commanding officer of the ship called on the chief commander of Djibouti Navy, Colonel Abdul Rehm­­an Aden, and the comman­der-in-chief of Djibouti Coa­st Guard, Col Wais-o-Bogoreh.
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Pakistan Navy Ship Nasr Visits Djibouti & Sudan As Part Of Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster ...

Urdu Point 02 Feb 2021
Pakistan Navy Ship NASR visited Djibouti and Sudan ports as part of Overseas Deployment to African region. Islamabad (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 2nd Feb, 2021) Pakistan Navy Ship NASR visited Djibouti and Sudan ports as part of Overseas Deployment to African region.
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PNS NASR visits Djibouti, Sudan for humanitarian assistance to African region

Urdu Point 02 Feb 2021
ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 2nd Feb, 2021 ) .Pakistan Navy Ship NASR visited Djibouti and Sudan ports as part of Overseas Deployment to African region as part of humanitarian relief and disaster mission.
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Pakistan Navy ship reaches Djibouti carrying 50 metric ton rice for calamity-hit people

Urdu Point 24 Jan 2021
Pakistan Navy Ship "NASR" Friday arrived Djibouti on a Port Call carrying a full load of 50 metric ton rice for calamity-hit people of Republic of Djibouti. ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 22nd Jan, 2021 ) .Pakistan Navy Ship "NASR" Friday arrived Djibouti on a Port ...
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Pakistan Navy humanitarian aid ship sets sail for Africa carrying tons of relief supplies

Gulf News 18 Jan 2021
A Pakistan Navy humanitarian aid ship carrying tons of relief supplies has left the country’s main port to sail to the African region. Pakistan Navy Ship (PNS) Nasr is on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief mission to assist the vulnerable population affected by natural disasters in African countries.

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