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Canada prepared to send ships to European ports to help export Ukraine's wheat: Joly

Moosejaw Today 16 May 2022
Julie Marshall, a spokeswoman for the UN agency, said Ukraine produces "enough to feed around 400 million people around the world, but right now millions of metric tons of grain are sitting in silos and stranded on ships unable to move because of the conflict.".
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India spotlights green shipping

Business Line 15 May 2022
India is stepping up efforts towards green shipping as the country looks at reducing carbon footprint across the sector. India’s total greenhouse gas emissions in 2014 were 3,202 million metric ...
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Aussie LNG export revenue up 95% in April: EnergyQuest

Natural Gas World 13 May 2022
In April, Australian projects shipped 6.38mn metric tons of LNG, slightly less than the 6.41mn mt in March, accounted for by the slightly shorter month. In April Australian projects shipped an average of 3.1 cargoes per day, up from three per day average in March.
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Tracking signals from a Russian oligarch's $150 million yacht are still turned off after 5 ...

Business Insider 13 May 2022
It was sailing towards the Bahamas, where authorities have helped the US to seize ships ... Ships of 300 gross metric tons or more that go on international voyages are required to have tracking systems to provide information about their locations to authorities and other vessels, according to the International Maritime Organization's website.
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Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

Democratic Underground 13 May 2022
Link to tweet. KANKAKEE, Ill ... farmers amid the global challenges ... Biden noted that Ukraine has 20 million metric tons of wheat and corn in storage that the U.S. and its allies are trying to help ship out of the country ... .
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EU plan aims to help get wheat from Ukraine to the world

Independent Tribune 12 May 2022
authorities take action to stop illegal alcohol shipping Passenger with no flying experience lands plane at Florida airport after pilot became incapacitated Friday Five ... It cited official estimates indicating that Russia already may have stolen 400,000 to 500,000 metric tons of grain that cost over $100 million.
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Live updates | Ukraine reports more airstrikes on Azovstal

Journal Review 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... shipped to Ukraine and $3.9 billion for U.S.
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Ukrainian circus comes to town, and stays in Italy, amid war

The Associated Press 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... shipped to Ukraine and $3.9 billion for U.S.
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Japan, EU agree to raise efforts on Russia, in Indo-Pacific

The Associated Press 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... shipped to Ukraine and $3.9 billion for U.S.
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Live updates | Russia-Ukraine War

Longview News-Journal 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... The ship seen in the photo matched known characteristics of the bulk carrier, as well as its dimensions.
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Live updates: Russian forces block all evacuation routes out of Mariupol

Independent Online 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... The ship seen in the photo matched known characteristics of the bulk carrier, as well as its dimensions.
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Live updates | Finland in favor of joining NATO

Independent Tribune 12 May 2022
authorities take action to stop illegal alcohol shipping Passenger with no flying experience lands plane at Florida airport after pilot became incapacitated Friday Five ... The new measure includes $6 billion to arm and train Ukrainian forces, $8.7 billion to restore American stores of weapons shipped to Ukraine and $3.9 billion for U.S.
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Live updates | Putin sends message to Moscow-backed rebels

Killeen Daily Herald 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... shipped to Ukraine and $3.9 billion for U.S.
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Live updates | Russia sanctions Gazprom Germania Group

Journal Review 12 May 2022
The ministry cited official estimates indicating that Russia already may have stolen 400,000-500,000 metric tons of grain that cost over $100 million. It charged that “practically all ships leaving Sevastopol with a load of grain are carrying the grain stolen from Ukraine.”.
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Protesters vent fury at French company for staying in Russia

The Associated Press 12 May 2022
The bill also would help regional allies, replenish weapons the Pentagon has shipped overseas and provide $5 billion to address global food shortages caused by the war’s crippling of Ukraine’s normally robust production of many crops ... shipped to Ukraine and $3.9 billion for U.S.

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