25 September

Why Sydney Is The Best Place In Australia To Hire Your Campervan From

Why Sydney is the Best Place in Australia to Hire Your Campervan From


Tim Ahern

If you\’re considering campervan hire in Australia, then the most obvious place to pick it up or drop it off has to be Sydney. There are numerous reasons why you want to rent your camper and Sydney and I\’m here just to let you know the most basic of these reasons.

To start with, having around 5 million people, Sydney is the Australia\’s largest city. With such a population, there is a great supply of all things and campervan hire companies are amongst them. Sydney is also the most centrally located of all the capital cities being around 1000km from both Brisbane and Melbourne, 1400km from Adelaide and only 290km from Canberra – the nation\’s capital city. No other city in Australia can boast this kind of proximity to all the other great cities in such short distance.

Sydney is also the main transit port in Australia. Sydney airport is the nations busiest and the 31st busiest in the world. Chances are that if you fly in or out of this island continent, then you will pass through Sydney. That being the case you will also see that you can catch virtually any form of public transport from here to any other part of the country. With the plethora of transport choices that such a large city offers, why would you want to hire a campervan when there are so many other options?

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Well, the answer lies in the public transport options outside of Sydney and the ease and control that a campervan can give you. Once you get out of the major cities public transport options become fairly limited by world standards. This is brought on by the massive size of the country, the small population for that size and wealth of the nation that allows most people to own their own car, hence not needing public transport. Once you get out of the major cities, and in particular if you want to get off the national highway, then getting public transport becomes quite painful.

Sydney itself also have a great many things to see that are in the outskirts of the city. Cronulla in the south, The Royal National Park even further south, the Blue Mountains in the west, and in the north – Palm Beach, a multitude of national parks, the beautiful central coast and eventually the famous Hunter Valley wine region. All of which can be reached with great ease if you have your own vehicle that you can then sleep in whilst you are there.

Not everyone wants to sleep the night in a vehicle, but having the ability to drive to any location will massively expand the sites you can visit whilst in Australia. Sydney, with more campervan hire company depots than any other city, is certainly the place you want to look in to picking up a vehicle from. And keep this in mind whilst you are doing your campervan research – there are over 30 companies with depots in Sydney.

Many campervan hire websites will only show you results for the top 5 companies. Some will show you results for around 10 companies. Make sure when you research your campervan hire that the website you are researching on shows at least 20 different companies that can supply you with a camper for the dates you need. Otherwise you are likely to be paying more than you need to.

Tim Ahern has spent over 5 years travelling the globe in nearly every form of transport imaginable, including over a year in a

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25 September

Eleven killed in train crash in northern Victoria, Australia

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

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Eleven people have been killed, and more than 20 injured, when a V/Line passenger train and a semi trailer collided at a level crossing on the Murray Valley Highway in northern Victoria, Australia. At least 13 more are still missing and are believed to be trapped in the wreckage.

The collision, which occurred at 1:40 p.m. local time, was approximately 10 km north of the town of Kerang, on the Swan Hill railway line.

The train involved in the accident was a service from Swan Hill, which departed at 1:00 p.m. from Swan Hill railway station, and was destined for Melbourne. The train was comprised of a locomotive and three carriages.

Witness reports say that the semi-trailer collided into the second of the three carriages, and then detached the third carriage from the remainder of the train and causing it to derail. The whole side of the second carriage was ripped open from the direct impact of the semi-trailer.

The injured have been transferred from the scene to hospitals in the area, including Kerang and Mildura, by ambulance. Helicopters and light aircraft have been used to transfer patients to Melbourne, as local hospitals struggle with the sudden influx of patients. The driver of the semi-trailer has been moved to the hospital in Mildura in “critical condition”, according to police at the scene.

The train had 39 people on board the 1:00 p.m. service, according to train documents. This included three staff employed by the train operator V/Line, who have all been accounted for and are not injured. Of the 36 passengers on the train, it has been reported that 23 have suffered injuries.

Reports say six people were airlifted to Melbourne for treatment, however one has since died. The remaining 17 have been moved to regional hospitals, including the temporary relief centre in Kerang, according to a Rural Ambulance Service spokesperson.

Although there are still 13 people unaccounted for, police say it is possible that some had bought tickets and were therefore listed on the train manifest, but did not end up catching the service.

Premier of Victoria Steve Bracks is expected to fly to the crash scene this evening. He has ordered a full investigation into the incident. Federal Minister for Transport Mark Vaile has offered Federal government assistance from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau to help with the investigation. The Prime Minister John Howard has offered the Victorian government any additional aid that is requires in the aftermath of this incident.

Train operator V/Line have set up an emergency hotline to assist relatives and friends of those on the train receive information. The number is 1800 800 120.

25 September

Glasgow cannabis enthusiasts celebrate ‘green’ on city green

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Coinciding with Easter Sunday, Glasgow Cannabis Social Club’s annual 420 event was held on Glasgow Green, under sunny blue skies, and overlooking the river Clyde. Despite the city’s council attempting to revoke permission for the gathering at the last minute, police were happy for it to go-ahead with approximately a dozen officers attending in high-visibility vests.

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The Daily Record reported five arrests were made for minor offences, likely smoking and possession of small quantities of cannabis. Taking a less-sensational — and more accurate — line of reporting, the Monday edition of Glasgow’s Evening News stated five were referred to the Procurator Fiscal who is responsible for deciding if charges should be brought.

Official figures provided by the police were that 150 attended. With people coming and going, Wikinews reporters estimated upwards of 200 attended, compared to nearly 700 who had signed up for the event on Facebook. Hemp goods were advertised and on sale at the event, and some attendees were seen drinking cannabis-themed energy drinks.

“I was searched and charged under the Misuse of Drugs Act (which is a lot of bollocks)” one attendee noted online, adding “not fair to happen on a brilliant day like it was, other than that I had a great day!” A second said they were openly smoking and ignored by police, who “were only really focusing on people who looked particularly young”.

Cannabis seeds were openly and legally sold at the event and a hydroponics supplier brought a motortrike towing an advertising trailer. Actually growing cannabis is, however, illegal in the UK.

With the event openly advocating the legalisation of cannabis, speakers put their arguments for this to a receptive crowd. Retired police officer James Duffy, of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, spoke of the failed United States alcohol prohibition policy; stressing such policies needlessly bring people into contact with criminal elements. Highlighting other countries where legalisation has been implemented, he pointed out such led to lower crime, and lower drug use overall.

One speaker, who produced a bottle of cannabis oil he had received through the post, asserted this cured his prostate cancer. Others highlighted the current use of Sativex by the National Health Service, with a cost in-excess of £150 for a single bottle of GW Pharmaceuticals patented spray — as-compared to the oil shown to the crowd, with a manufacturing cost of approximately £10.

Similar ‘420’ pro-cannabis events were held globally.

25 September

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In most cases it is NOT sufficient, for inclusion in this category, that an article cite USGS for the magnitude of an earthquake. That’s routine statistics-gathering for USGS, and probably applies to a large fraction of all articles in Category:Earthquakes, so automatic inclusion of all such articles here would dilute the category, making it less useful for finding articles of particular relevance to USGS.

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24 September

Real Estate Agents Chandigarh Make Rapid Decision Before It Gets Too Late!

Real estate agents Chandigarh Make rapid decision before it gets too late!



Home is one of the priceless assets for human beings and it is essential to buy a house in which your family can adjust comfortably. If you are confused or new in buying a home then it is better to contact real estate agent to get a good deal. Chandigarh is one of the popular and well known places of North India which is offering some good property deals these days. If you want to buy property in and around Chandigarh then contacting real estate agents Chandigarh can be a fair deal. It is essential to find a reliable property which must suit your preferences and requirements.

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You can also buy land or plot in Chandigarh which is also a good option for the people who want to give personalized touch to their house. There are several young professional from different parts of Punjab, Himachal and other states who are working in Chandigarh. Nowadays, property prices in real estate Chandigarh are increasing rapidly but the demand for property has also increased immensely. Chandigarh is considered as best option especially for investors as it has shown an incredible growth of 22 percent every year. Real estate market of Chandigarh is witnessing huge growth from the last few years. It gives great opportunities to the investors to reap good profits by investing in real estate market.

If you have planned to buy a property in Chandigarh either for investing or to live in, it is essential to approach an experienced or professional real estate agent who can provide you a list of some good properties with realistic prices. Chandigarh real estate is considered to be the hottest these days as you can find from flats to built-up houses and from plots to luxury villas. It is true that in the upcoming years, Chandigarh property will experience huge plunge in property rates. It is essential to gather all the available possible options before buying any type of property. Real estate agents can help you in providing good information about all the real estate options available in the market.

It is essential to search for the professional real estate companies to get the list of best properties in Chandigarh. You can also consider references either from your friend or family member. You can also consider the reviews and credentials of real estate agent while making decision. There are plenty of property dealers Chandigarh that you can find but make sure to make a final decision by consulting an expert. So, a genuine or professional property dealer can prove to be extremely beneficial for you not only for this but for all future real estate deals.

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24 September

Wikinews interviews William Pomerantz, Senior Director of Space Prizes at the X PRIZE Foundation

Regardless of who wins the prize, people all around the world will be able to experience the mission through high-def video-streams.
Saturday, August 28, 2010

Andreas Hornig, Wikinews contributor and team member of Synergy Moon, competitor in the Google Lunar X Prize, managed to interview Senior Director of Space Prizes William Pomerantz of the X PRIZE Foundation about the competitions, goals, and impacts via e-mail for HDTVTotal.com and Wikinews.

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24 September

Putin signs law increasing fines for illegal protestors

Friday, June 8, 2012

President Vladimir Putin of Russia today signed a new law increasing the fines available against those involved in unlawful protests, overriding concerns from his human rights advisor and the Council of Europe.

The measure was proposed by ruling United Russia after May 7 protests coinciding with Putin’s third inauguration saw clashes between protestors and police, with 400 arrests. The United Russia-dominated State Duma voted 241–147 in favour earlier this week, ahead of a protest scheduled for Russia Day, June 12, in Moscow against Putin’s twelve-year rule.

The new legislation increases maximum fines for individuals involved in illegal protests from 100 rubles (US$3) to 10,000 rubles (US$300), but those breaching “the established rules of conduct” face fines of up to 20,000 rubles, up from a previous high of 1,000 rubles. Officials caught engaging in illegal demonstrations have had their maximum penalty increased from 50,000 to 600,000 rubles (upper equivalent: US$20,000).

Organisers of protests that result in injury or damage can be fined up to 300,000 rubles. Smaller violations can be dealt with by detention of up to fifteen days, and up to 200 hours of community service is available as an alternative sentence to a fine. Protestors are banned from concealing their faces and nobody with a criminal record may organise a protest.

Supporters say the bill is required for public safety. Putin explained protests “must be organized in such way that they inflict no damages to other citizens, who do not take part in them” and insisted authorities “should apply the new law in such a way that it does not limit the citizens’ right for expression over any issue of internal or external politics, including street marches, events and rallies”.

Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s spokesperson, said the law would be published in Saturday’s edition of the Rossiyskaya Gazeta; it takes effect instantly upon publication. He said the law matched similar legislation in other European nations. Irina Yarovaya, who leads the State Duma’s Security and Anti-Corruption Committee, agreed that health and safety was the law’s top priority.

Yarovaya noted the ‘youth’ of democracy in Russia, saying “We are only beginning to have the experience that other countries have been accumulating for decades and centuries.” She said Putin’s “political mission” is “protection of public security and national interests of the country”.

Putin says he investigated the laws of European Union members, and found “There is nothing in our law which would have been more tough than similar legislation in the countries I named,” which included Germany, France, Spain, and the United Kingdom. He today spoke of last year’s “mass riots, torched cars and robbed stores” in the UK.

The law has faced local and international criticism. Mikhail Fedotov, chairman of the Presidential Human Rights Council, urged Putin to veto the law and said much depended on enforcement, which he hoped to be “moderate”. The Council claims it breaches existing legislation including the constitution.

A society which permits rallies and marches must protect itself from radicalism

Igor Lebedev, a prominent Liberal Democrat, said Putin’s signature was “absolutely expected”. The Liberal Democrats opposed the bill. Yalboko leader Sergey Mitrokhin called the law “a ban on holding rallies and political actions” which he cannot organise protests against because “Now anyone can be punished with slave labor or a crazy fine. I can’t gather people for a rally knowing that they might be sent straight to the galleys from there”.

Mikhail Gorbachev, ex-President of the former USSR, characterised today’s signing as “a mistake” that could leave revisions necessary. Putin himself acknowledged the possibility; “Nothing we have is frozen solid. If we find out the MPs have missed something, that something must be laid out in a different way… we can approach the State Duma deputies, look at how the law is applied and ask them to make some corrections.”

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Russia’s opposition says Putin’s true motivation is to provide a response to the planned June 12 rally against him, which stems from widespread claims of irregularities in this year’s Presidential election. Ilya Yashin, a leader of the movement, called the law “absolutely irresponsible policy” that would not deter protestors. “The authorities are fighting against the protests, instead of fighting against the injustice that is causing them,” said Yashin.

The Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly also spoke out against the law. Putin, however, cautioned that “A society which permits rallies and marches must protect itself from radicalism”.

24 September

Osama bin Laden killed in U.S. operation in Pakistan, White House says

Monday, May 2, 2011

U.S. officials last night said Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader and orchestrator of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and embassy bombings in 1998, had been killed by U.S. special forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan near the capital Islamabad.

White House officials say that four others were killed in the forty-minute raid that began at 2000 UTC yesterday—including a woman said to have been used as a human shield. One of those shot is thought to be bin Laden’s son. An American helicopter was lost due to mechanical failure, but no U.S. forces or civilians were killed.

U.S. President Barack Obama announced the news in a statement late last night. “I can report to the American people and to the world, that the U.S. has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden,” Obama said. He confirmed he had been told in August of a lead to the location of bin Laden, and approved the operation last week. The operation involved a “small team of Americans”, Obama said.

The operation, led by the CIA, occurred nearly ten years after the 9/11 attacks. CIA director Leon Panetta notified U.S. legislators Sunday about the news. His body was verified using several methods, including DNA testing with DNA from a dead sister’s body, stored in a Boston, Massachusetts hospital, as well as facial recognition. However, staff at the hospital in question—Massachusetts General Hospital—have not been able to “find any evidence” of the body ever being stored there. U.S. officials said his body was then buried at sea at around 0600 UTC today, “in accordance with Islamic law and traditions” and because of the difficulty of finding a country that would accept the remains of the world’s most wanted man. Saudi Arabia, the country in which Osama bin Laden was born, refused a U.S. offer to take the body.

Following the President’s announcement, people started gathering in front of the White House in Washington, D.C., Times Square and Ground Zero—the site of the World Trade Center—in New York, to celebrate; singing the national anthem. Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City, said he hoped the death of bin Laden would “bring some closure and comfort to all those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001”.

The U.S. government is reportedly expecting al-Qaeda to soon release what they are likely to call a “martyr tape”—an audio recording made by bin Laden to be broadcast after his death.

Although the death of the 54-year-old bin Laden, who was the most wanted person in the world, was greeted with celebration in the U.S., analysts have warned that al-Qaeda will “undoubtedly” launch a retaliatory attack. “I think the significance of what has happened cannot really be overstated,” John Gearson, director of the Centre for Defence Studies at King’s College London, said.

“There will be concerns that there could be some sort of retaliation, that al-Qaeda may well want to demonstrate that they are still strong and still in the game.” He warned that U.S. officials may “lose their focus” after such a major victory, “and that will provide an opportunity for the remnants of al-Qaeda to reform and grow stronger.”

I can report to the American people and to the world, that the U.S. has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden.

Hillary Clinton, the U.S. Secretary of State, appealed to Islamic militant fighters to use the opportunity of bin Laden’s death to abandon their groups. “Our message to the Taliban remains the same, but today it may have even greater resonance: you cannot wait us out,” she said. “You cannot defeat us. But you can make the choice to abandon Al Qaeda and cooperate in a peaceful political process.”

The president of the European Parliament, Jerzy Buzek, said that “we have waken up in a safer world”, with the news bringing “safety to millions of people”, whilst U.S. senator John McCain sought to remind the American people to “be mindful that al-Qaeda and its terrorist allies are still lethal and determined enemies”. The Kremlin reiterated that “revenge is inescapable for all terrorists”, and that “only a joint struggle against global terrorism can bring a result”.

The United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary, William Hague, sought to remind people bin Laden was “the world’s most prominent leader”, going on to say that “it was of great importance that he was still alive and active, and it is unequivocally a good thing that he is no longer able to pursue terror, murder and mayhem in the world”. Mentioning that security at British embassies worldwide have been increased in the wake of the news, he reiterated that the death of the al-Qaeda leader was a “serious blow”, and that, “like any organisation that has suffered a serious blow, they will want to show in some way that they are still able to operate”.

Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of France, welcomed the news, along with many other European countries. He praised the “tenacity” of the U.S. attack, congratulating the “major blow” the move dealt to al-Qaeda. Eight French citizens were killed last week in a bomb blast in Marrakesh, and, although no group has yet claimed responsibility, it is speculated that al-Qaeda were behind the attack. Sarkozy paid homage to them, as well as other around the world, saying the “victims received justice today and France has thoughts for them and their families”.

It is unequivocally a good thing that he is no longer able to pursue terror, murder and mayhem in the world.

Pakistani officials were not informed of the planned raid, with the White House saying this was “essential to the security of the operation and our personnel”. However Obama emphasised that cooperation with Pakistan had helped in finding bin Laden. The operation, described by one senior White House official as “a surgical raid by a small team designed to minimise collateral damage”, was not intended to take bin Laden alive. “It was a kill mission”, said one security official. Bin Laden died after being shot in the head.

Witnesses in Abbottabad have described how the U.S. forces carried out the raid on the compound, which had significant security features, including walls up to 18-foot high topped with barbed wire. “We saw four helicopters at around 2am. We were told to switch off lights of our homes and stay inside,” one witness, who lives in the town of Bilal in Abbottabad, said. The man confirmed he had seen the wreckage of the U.S. military helicopter which crashed after experiencing mechanical difficulties.

Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that the U.S. “operation was conducted [by] U.S. forces in accordance with declared U.S. policy that Osama bin Laden will be eliminated in a direct action by the U.S. forces, wherever found in the world”, noting that almost “30,000 Pakistani civilians” had been killed in terrorist attacks in recent years, with the “nation fully united in [its] resolve to eliminate terrorism”.

We saw four helicopters at around 2am. We were told to switch off lights of our homes and stay inside.

However, Pervez Musharraf, a former president of Pakistan, criticised the U.S. involvement, describing the operation as a “violation of [Pakistani] sovereignty,” and saying the raid was a “a failure of both Pakistani and U.S. intelligence”; he stressed it would have been “far better” if the Pakistani Special Services Group had carried out the attack. Musharraf went on to say he was “surprised” bin Laden was found in Abbottabad, but added the terrorist leader “had declared war against Pakistan”, and that the news came as a “victory for the people of Pakistan and all the peace loving people of the world”.

The news that bin Laden was hiding just a few hundred metres from Pakistan Military Academy, a similar institution to the U.S. West Point Academy or the UK Sandhurst, has been met with embarrassment on behalf of the Pakistani government, and scepticism from others. “This is a serious blow to the credibility of Pakistan”, according to one Pakistani security analyst. Earlier today, Afghanistan president Hamid Karzai maintained he knew bin Laden was in Pakistan: “For 10 years we told NATO and the world community but for ten years they didn’t listen to our voice. They burned Afghanistan for ten years but Osama was in Islamabad.”

Whilst many governments worldwide welcomed the death of bin Laden, more than 800 people marched in the Pakistani city of Quetta, paying homage to bin Laden and burning a U.S. flag. According to the organizer, “Bin Laden was the hero of the Muslim world and after his martyrdom he has won the title of great mujahed”. At the march, pro-Taliban and anti-United States sentiments were chanted, before the protesters dispersed peacefully.

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan have denied that bin Laden has been killed, although in a conference call to several Pakistani media outlets, a rebel spoksperson threatened to seek revenge: “If Bin Laden attained martyrdom, then we will avenge his death and we will attack the governments of Pakistan and the United States and their security forces”.

Although no images of bin Laden’s body have been released, the Obama administration is, according to ABC News, in possession of gruesome photographs: a “massive head wound” where he took a bullet, with “blood and brains clearly visible”.

The price of oil has dropped following the announcement after speculation that the death of bin Laden will lower the risk of supply disruption in the Middle East, with a barrel of crude oil for June delivery falling by $1.92.

23 September

Juicing Apples One A Day Helps Keep The Doctor Away

Submitted by: Arlie Marshall

It really is best to juice your fruit skin and also the pulp as well as the entire apple when juicing and which is why it really is greatest to obtain organically produced apples to make certain that you simply don t get noxious pest sprays which may have collected about the fruit itself. Due to the fact the skin and pulp within your juice will present you having a fantastic amount of minerals and vitamins.

Any fruit juice is stated to possess an advantageous influence upon numerous wellness concerns. Let the apples to ripen if they do not appear ripe enough. Simply because the skin ripens it’s said to keep huge quantities of nutrition and also the flavour will surely increase. Any fruit juice is superb for young children because it really is a yummy and nourishing drink that they are happy to have. It truly is also a power booster because of its natural sugar content so it’ll work for younger kids who’re generally on the run.

The dietary benefits of consuming any fruit juice might be enhanced more by mixing it along with other nutrient rich juices. A normal component of this kind of mixture won’t be viewed as a scrumptious pleasure however it is going to possess a permanent nutritional value.

You may uncover numerous sorts of juice which you could make by yourself and could be loved by everyone in particular. Here are several easy recipes or actions to develop numerous kinds of juice that the whole household may also get pleasure from.

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Orange Juice

possibly almost certainly essentially the most well-known type of juice that a lot of individuals prefer to produce inside your own house is orange juice. This certain drink is very straightforward to make. All which you ought to do is collect a whole lot or entire oranges about 12 roughly cut them in two and also squeeze the juice right into a glass pitcher.

Also compressing a great deal of oranges might be extremely cumbersome and tedious. Instead of compressing all of them manually you need to use an orange juice extractor or maybe to complete exactly the very same task within a considerably smaller interval. The juicer efficiently removes all of the juice inside the oranges whenever you squeeze them onto it. Plus if you would like pulp inside your drink you are going to probability get several of the pulp that makes up the oranges whenever you squeeze them.

Any Fruit Juice

One more amazing kind of juice that lots of individuals get pleasure from producing is any fruit juice which is equally as easy to create as orange juice. With this particular drink you will need to have an awesome number of apples. You’re able to pick them fresh from the tree or just buy them at a neighbourhood supermarket. Probably the most well-liked method is hands choosing them from an apple tree as this supplies the finest taste.

Right after you’ve adequate apples collected you may need to location them inside a juicer. A juicer is really a gadget which has a tank or barrel in which the apple go along with a portion of it pushes by means of the center of the juicer along with a platform that sits about an additional component and rotates downward to crush the apples and squeeze the juice proper into a holding tank. The holding tank usually has a screen which catches any grime or debris which makes it is straightforward to gather all the juice extracts.

When all of the apples are compressed or as soon as the holding container is full you are going to then take the cover off and pour the juice into individual containers. The finish outcome is an excellent tasting juice that the loved ones will undoubtedly enjoy.

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23 September

Freighter hits fishing boat in Gulf of Suez; thirteen dead

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A freighter hit a fishing boat around midnight on Sunday morning in the Gulf of Suez in the Red Sea. Of the 40 Egyptian fisherman on board, thirteen are dead and thirteen more missing.

Survivor Al Sayyed Mohamed Arafat told local media he jumped from the fishing boat, named Badr al-Islam, as the container ship approached. He says he hung onto a wooden crate for four hours before rescue. Local authorities have promised compensation to each survivor.

A vessel, flagged in Panama, suspected to be involved in the collision has been detained by the military. The army said yesterday one victim raised the alarm by phone and the military sent four boats and a helicopter to commence search and rescue off the Gabal al-Zayt coastline.

A plane has since joined the search. The military say the fishing boat lacked safety equipment for emergency communications.

The detained ship was found south of the Gulf, near the port of Safaga. It was carrying 220 tonnes of cargo according to the General Authority for the Red Sea Ports.