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MANILA (AFP): At least 12 Filipinos were missing early Monday (June 29) after a collision between their fishing boat and a foreign cargo vessel, media reports in the Philippines said.
GEORGE TOWN: When strong waves began pounding their boat, fisherman Beh Poh Keat, 49, and his crew knew they were in trouble.
KUTUPALONG (Bangladesh): Emergency teams from all over the world raced on Saturday (May 16) to prevent a coronavirus "nightmare" in the world's largest refugee settlement after the first reported cases in the giant shanties housing nearly one million Rohingya.
LONDON: Frozen fish sticks and canned salmon have made a comeback as the coronavirus crisis keeps people home, forcing a change of tack for the fishing industry that usually turns to restaurants from Paris to New York and Shanghai to serve their fresh seafood.
DhHAKA: Dozens of Rohingya refugees stranded at sea for weeks have been relocated to a controversial flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh officials said on Monday (May 4).
COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh/BANGKOK (Reuters) - Rohingya refugee Shahab Uddin thought the wooden trawler he boarded in February would be his ticket out of a camp in Bangladesh to a better life in Malaysia.
COX'S BAZAAR: Dozens of Rohingya refugees believed to have come from two boats stranded at sea for weeks as they tried to reach Malaysia landed on the Bangladesh coast on Sunday morning, Rohingya community leaders said.
KOTA KINABALU: Five Sandakan-based Indonesian fishermen were released by Abu Sayyaf captors only to be held again by another group that assisted their release.
MOSCOW/OSLO (Reuters) - Russia on Friday accused Norway's coastguards of detaining a Russian fishing trawler near a remote chain of islands in the Arctic earlier this month and said it had filed a protest to Oslo over the incident.
(Reuters) - The Pacific island nation of Palau is one of the world's last countries still free of the coronavirus, and it's doing all it can to stay that way.