Monday, August 21, 2017

'Sea Slaves': The Human Misery That Feeds Pets and Livestock

'Sea Slaves': The Human Misery That Feeds Pets and Livestock
Often they are beaten for the smallest transgressions, like stitching a torn net too slowly or mistakenly placing a mackerel into a bucket for herring, according to a United Nations survey of about 50 Cambodian men and boys sold to Thai fishing boats …
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3 seized Egyptian fishing boats return home from Sudan
CAIRO: Twenty Egyptian fishermen on board of three boats returned back to Egypt Monday, after they were released by Sudanese authorities, Youm7 reported. The boats, held in Sudan since April, arrived in Suez Monday. A total of 101 Egyptian fishermen …
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Captured Thai boat reveals continued use of slavery
Thailand was given the opportunity to reform their fishing industry in order to continue to export to the European Union, but with three months left to reform their regulatory framework and as many as 3,000 fishing boats still unregistered it seems …
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