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Greek ship operator’s crew faces pollution charges

The US Department of Justice informed that Capital Ship Management Corporation, a Greek ship operator and two cargo ship engineers face federal charges in water pollution case, involving dumping of oily waste. The defendants had failed to record illegal dumping of oily waste into international waters and obstruction of justice, by ordering the ship's crew to lie about this action.

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Former bankers arrested for non-existent maritime loans

The US Department of Justice supports that between 2013-2016, all five arrested bribed Mozambican officials and defrauded investors. Their aim was to collect financing for projects in shipyards, tuna fisheries and maritime security in Mozambique. On January 4, three ex-bankers from Credit Suisse Group were arrested in London over their involvement in a $2 billion loan package for faking maritime development projects in Mozambique.

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