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Deadliest shipwreck of 2020: 140 Europe-bound immigrants drown off Senegal coast November 04, 2020   |  Source : Reuters

At least 140 Europe-bound migrants drowned off the coast of Senegal when their boat caught fire and capsized, marking the deadliest shipwreck recorded this year, the UN migration agency said on Thursday. The boat carrying 200 people sank a few hours af...

Typhoon Goni devastates the Philippines by Robert Campion November 04, 2020   |  Source : WSWS  | Copyright : 1998-2020 World Socialist Web Site. All rights reserved.

Typhoon Goni (“Rolly”), the most powerful storm in the world this year, tore through the heavilypopulated centre of the Philippines over the weekend. Government reports show that at least 20 have been killed, though this number is likely to rise as co...

UAE announces Dh35 million urgent aid for people affected by Typhoon Goni in Philippines November 04, 2020   |  Source : Khaleej Times  | Copyright : ©2020 Galadari Printing and Publishing LLC. All rights reserved.

Upon the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and under the supervision of Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in Al Dhafra Reg...

Pakistan fishermen fear a ‘new Dubai’ could empty their nets November 04, 2020   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : 2020, DAWN

In the quarrel over building a gleaming “new Dubai” on two small islands off the Arabian Sea coast of Pakistan, the voices of the fishermen who have plied these waters for centuries often go unheard. Steering his boat out of the Jamote jetty in the...

South Australian fishing reforms prompt warning of 'brawls on the water' by Malcolm Sutton November 04, 2020   |  Source : ABC

A "backflip" on introducing commercial King George whiting quotas to South Australia's West Coast could prompt a rush of fishers from other zones trying to remain viable under controversial reforms, stakeholders have warned. With just over a week-and-h...

On Election Day in the US, much hangs in the balance for the seafood industry by Chris Chase November 04, 2020   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : © 2020 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, 3 November is Election Day in the United States, and the results of the national election could have a significant impact on the nation's seafood industry and the global economy. Thus far, the tenure of U.S. President Donald Trump - who is up ...

Paying through their nose to find a way home: How Indian fish workers suffered during lockdown by Supriya Vohra November 04, 2020   |  Source : YKA  | Copyright : YKA Media Pvt. Ltd.

ndia’s mechanised marine fishing sector employs thousands of fish workers, who, for ten months in a year, migrate from the country’s eastern and interior regions to the west coast. They work on the boats and at the harbour, doing a variety of jobs —...

Covid-19 in New Zealand: Fishermen's Christchurch quarantine extended again until Friday November 04, 2020   |  Source : Stuff  | Copyright : © 2020 Stuff Limited

Russian and Ukrainian fishermen in New Zealand will stay in managed isolation and quarantine in Christchurch until at least Friday after two health workers who were in contact with them contracted Covid-19. And they won’t leave until authorities get ...

Covid lockdown: 'Feeling of dread' for UK fishing industry by Johanna Carr November 04, 2020   |  Source : BBC News  | Copyright : 2020 BBC

The new lockdown may cause fish prices in the United Kingdom to plummet as the hospitality industry closes its doors and European markets dwindle, seafood producers fear. Prices dropped in March when the first coronavirus lockdown caused worldwide dema...

Leaving more big fish in the sea reduces CO2 emissions: scientists November 04, 2020   |  Source : EurekAlert  | Copyright : 2020 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

An international team of scientists has found leaving more big fish in the sea reduces the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) released into the Earth's atmosphere. When a fish dies in the ocean it sinks to the depths, sequestrating all the carbon it contai...

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