Transportation And Shipping

Firm to oversee administration of troubled Titanic shipyard

Aug 6, 2019

Belfast-based consultancy BDO Northern Ireland Partners says it will oversee the administration of the shipyard that built the Titanic after the firm ran out of money

Protests disrupt Hong Kong work day as leader vows to remain

Aug 5, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam maintained that she has no plans to resign as protesters filled public parks and squares in several districts in a general strike

The Latest: Lam says she has no plans to resign over unrest

Aug 5, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she has no plans to resign over the civil unrest targeting her administration

The Latest: Heathrow Airport workers delay start of strike

Aug 4, 2019

A labor union that represents workers at London's Heathrow Airport says the first day of a planned two-day strike has been suspended to union leaders, airport negotiators and their mediators more time to talk

Stamford woman's family to be paid $18.75 million settlement

Aug 2, 2019

The family of a Connecticut mother will be paid an $18.75 million, one of the largest wrongful death settlements in state history

Cambodia fines waste importer, sets deadline for its return

Jul 30, 2019

Cambodia's government has fined a local company that imported almost seven dozen shipping containers of plastic waste from the US and Canada, and warned that the company will face criminal charges if the waste is not sent back before Aug. 24

APNewsBreak: US issues hacking alert for small planes

Jul 30, 2019

APNewsBreak: DHS issues security alert that says small planes are vulnerable to hackers with physical access

Rescuers evacuate 700 passengers from flooded India train

Jul 27, 2019

Rescuers in India have safely evacuated all 700 passengers from a train after it got stuck in monsoon floodwaters between two stations near Mumbai

No sign of thieves who stole $30 million in gold in Brazil

Jul 26, 2019

Brazilian authorities say they've been unable to locate nearly 720 kilograms of gold or the band of at least 10 people who stole it from Sao Paulo's main airport

Europe's heat wave wreaks travel havoc across the continent

Jul 26, 2019

Travelers faced a second day of travel disruptions in Britain after record-breaking July temperatures gave way to thunderstorms and technical problems at the air traffic control center grounded many flights

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