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Some Stranded Seafarers Escape Ukraine As Russia Continues Port Bombardment

By Emma Farge (Reuters) – Some of the estimated 1,000 seafarers trapped in Ukraine have escaped, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and industry officials told Reuters while voicing concern for those remaining trapped onboard ships...

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