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Kinahan gangsters still being harboured by UAE, as criminals see fleeing as ‘too risky’

Irish Independent 29 May 2022
The coastline along the Arabian Sea, however, is dotted with ports and marinas which can accommodate superyachts. Even travel by private plane or yacht attaches a level of risk that the Kinahan leaders have so far shied away from, a senior source said.
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Russia takes small cities, aims to widen east Ukraine battle

TDT News 29 May 2022
The advance of Russian forces raised fears that residents would experience the same horrors as people in the southeastern port city Mariupol in the weeks before it fell. Residents who had not yet fled faced the choice of risking it now or staying behind ... Mariupol’s port has ...
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War In Ukraine Causes Global Food Shortage

Beijing News 28 May 2022
Main Ukrainian Ports ... In a debate at the United Nations Security Council, David Beasley, executive director of the World Food Program (WFP), demanded that world leaders take immediate action regarding the reopening of Black Sea ports to help the 276 million people around the world who are currently at risk of starvation.
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Beijing's debt trap: Chinese nationals face threats in Pakistan, Sri Lanka

Beijing News 28 May 2022
The CPEC, which ends at Gwadar Port in Balochistan, has burdened Pakistan with mountains of debt, allowing China to use "debt trap diplomacy" to gain access to strategic assets in Pakistan ... China's gaining access to the Hambantota Port on a 99-year lease has not gone down well with the patriotic Lankans, as per the media reports.
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'Bullsxxt Money-Making' Slammed as UK Ports Reportedly Set 'Customs Clearance Fees' to Recoup Losses

Sputnik 28 May 2022
In late April the UK government confirmed it would not impose physical sanitary checks on agri-food imports from the EU, originally due to have started on 1 July. Controls were to be pushed back to the end of 2023 in light of the government’s reluctance to “impose new administrative burdens and risk disruption at ports and to supply chains" ....
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Live updates | Luhansk gov. denies Russians surround city

Eagle-Tribune 28 May 2022
Russia blames the West for global food crisis as it blocks Ukraine ports ... Draghi noted after speaking to Putin that many millions of tons of grain risk rotting in Ukrainian ports if there is no agreement to allow their passage ... Many of those ports are now also heavily mined.
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Live updates | Communist deputy demands Russian withdrawal

News-Press Now 28 May 2022
Russia blames the West for global food crisis as it blocks Ukraine ports ... Draghi noted after speaking to Putin that many millions of tons of grain risk rotting in Ukrainian ports if there is no agreement to allow their passage ... Many of those ports are now also heavily mined.
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Live updates | Ukraine leader defiant on victory over Russia

Auburnpub dot com 28 May 2022
Mixed emotions as Port Byron school removed for apartments New firefighters graduate from Auburn Fire Department's training program 'Biggest smile in the world' ... Draghi noted after speaking to Putin that many millions of tons of grain risk rotting in Ukrainian ports if there is no agreement to allow their passage.
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Live updates: Communist deputy demands Russian withdrawal

Independent Online 28 May 2022
Draghi noted after speaking to Putin that many millions of tons of grain risk rotting in Ukrainian ports if there is no agreement to allow their passage ... MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin says that Ukraine should remove sea mines from areas near its ports to allow safe shipping ... Many of those ports are now also heavily mined.
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How the West can win Putin’s war on food

Moneyweek 28 May 2022
Putin has weaponised our food supply. © SERGEI GUNEYEV/Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images ... That is now at real risk. Ukraine’s agricultural industry is being systematically destroyed by Russian forces and the Black Sea ports that were used to ship its grains to the rest of the world are either now in Russian hands or effectively blockaded ... SEE ALSO. ... .
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Putin ready to help overcome food crisis if West lifts sanctions

Urdu Point 27 May 2022
He suggested "collaboration between Russia and Ukraine on the unblocking of the Black Sea ports" where the wheat, which is at risk of rotting, is located -- "on the one hand to clear these ports and on the other hand to ensure that there are no clashes during the clearing".
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How the Black Sea ‘grain battle’ could define Ukraine war

Dawn 27 May 2022
Images from satellite firm Maxar of the Crimean port of Sevastopol, however, have shown two Russian bulk carriers the Matros Pozynich and the Matros Koshska — loading alongside grain silos on May 18-19 before sailing, most likely to Russias ally Syria ... action risked nuclear war.
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Black Sea grain battle could define Ukraine war

The Arab Weekly 27 May 2022
Images from satellite firm Maxar of the Crimean port of Sevastopol, however, have shown two Russian bulk carriers, the Matros Pozynich and the Matros Koshska, loading alongside grain silos on May 18-19 before sailing, most likely to Russia’s ally Syria ... There is talk of shipping goods to Baltic ports in Latvia and Lithuania.
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Tharisa’s interims bolstered by high commodity prices

Independent online (SA) 27 May 2022
Infrastructure, especially rail and ports, is severely constrained in South Africa, and more focus is being placed on road transport and the use of multiple ports including through neighbouring countries as a means of mitigating risk and safeguarding the group’s export products.
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Russia’s ‘cauldron’ tactic may be tipping Donbas battle in its favour

The Observer 27 May 2022
Its strategic exports of grain – 99% of which used to travel by ports blockaded or held by Russia – lie in silos where 22m tonnes are at risk of rotting. Meanwhile, it may have taken three months for Russia to take the port of Mariupol, ruining and depopulating the city in the ...

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