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Sri Lankan court orders release of 42 Indian fishermen
Times of India

Brothers hope for amicable solution

The issue of Tamil Nadu fishermen being caught for crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) is an ongoing one. There are no boundaries in the sea, says S. Emarit, a fisher leader from Rameswaram. One of the pilgrims at the Katchatheevu St. The Hindu, 1 month ago
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6 images for international maritime boundary

Asian Tribune, 2 months ago
24 World News, 1 month ago
PardaPhash, 6 months ago
EFE, 2 months ago
Latin American Herald Tribune, 2 months ago
IBN Live, 6 months ago

India-Indonesia coordinated patrol graduates into joint exercise

The next round of Ind-Indo Corpat, coordinated patrol of the international maritime boundary line by Indian and Indonesian navies twice every year, is growing in scale. Lieutenant Colonel Amrin Rosihan, commanding officer of Indonesian anti-submarine warfare ...
 The Hindu2 months ago 23rd India-Indonesia CORPAT underway  The Echo Of India2 days ago

Take action against SL navalmen: Fishermen's Association

Fishermen from nearby Mandapam today accused Sri Lankan navy personnel of crossing international maritime boundary line (IMBL) to attack and seize their boats and threatened to launch agitation of the Centre fails to take action against them. Speaking after a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Judicial remand of 29 fishermen extended to March 24

The fishermen were arrested on charges of crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line on February 13. RAMESWARAM: A Sri Lankan court today extended the judicial remand of 29 fishermen arrested by Lankan Navy for allegedly crossing the International ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Lankan court extends judicial remand of 29 Indian fishermen up to March 24  Times of India1 month ago PTI - FISHERMEN-REMAND(MES1) - Judicial remand of 29 fishermen extended to March 24  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Sri Lanka arrests 32 Indian fishermen

Colombo, March 4 : The Sri Lankan Navy arrested 32 Indian fishermen for crossing the international maritime boundary and poaching in Sri Lankan waters, the Sri Lankan Navy said Tuesday. The navy said the Indians had been arrested in Sri Lanka's seas off the ...
 New Kerala1 month ago Lankan Navy arrests 32 Indian fishers  New Kerala1 month ago
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CBC

RCMP, U.S. Coast Guard sign Shiprider agreement

Canada and the U.S. signed an agreement Tuesday that removes the international maritime boundary as a barrier to law enforcement. The Eastern Region International Cross-Border Maritime Law Enforcement Operations, also known as Shiprider, gives the ...
 CBC1 week ago 8 April 2014: Coast Guard, RCMP Sign Agreement to Fight Cross-Border Crime  US Embassy Canada: Ottawa1 week ago US, Canada Fight Cross-border Crime  Military.com1 week ago US, Canada Cooperate to Fight Cross-border Crime  Military.com1 week ago
Special Broadcasting Service

Call to set maritime boundaries with East Timor

An East Timor activist paints Australian Embassy's wall during a protests at Australian Embassy in Dili in Dec 2013 (AAP) Could clear boundaries between Australia and East Timor settle resource disputes? (Transcript from World News Radio) ...
 Special Broadcasting Service3 weeks ago Australia To Timor-Leste: Maritime Arbitration Will Impact Relations  Pacific Islands Report1 month ago Australia issues diplomatic warning to East Timor saying maritime boundaries case risks relationship (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago Court orders Australia to cease spying on East Timor  Safety at Sea International1 month ago
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Shipping Tribune

Maritime Piracy: A Chronic but Manageable Threat

Recent years have seen a dramatic reduction in maritime piracy. According to the International Maritime Bureau's Piracy Reporting Center, Somali pirates attacked 236 ships in 2011. By the end of 2013, that number had dropped to 15. Earlier in the ...
 Shipping Tribune4 days ago
Radio Free Asia

Exchange of military exercises lead to international tension on Korean peninsula

Earlier, Pyongyang informed Seoul on the planned military exercises in the Yellow Sea near the maritime border. According to the official statement, they will be held in seven districts of the northern boundary line that serves as sea border between ...
 Voice of Russia2 weeks ago North Korea Artillery Fire Prompts Military Response from South  Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago NoKor, SoKor trade live artillery fire across border  Manila Standard Today2 weeks ago Two Koreas trade fire across border  Herald Sun2 weeks ago
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Pipeline Magazine

US urges Lebanon not to drill in disputed waters

BEIRUT: A senior U.S. official advised Lebanon not to drill in disputed waters off its coast until a deal on maritime boundaries is reached, adding that Washington was working on ways to resolve competing claims over the territory. I think the most ...
 Lebanon Daily Star2 weeks ago U.S. to Lebanon: We urge you to stop drilling for gas in disputed waters  Albawaba2 weeks ago U.S. urges Lebanon not to drill for gas in disputed waters  Zawya.com2 weeks ago Lebanon: A poisoned chalice?  Pipeline Magazine1 week ago
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