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Latest News from Human Rights at Sea: Concerns raised over location of MV Gulf Sky and its 22 Indian crew

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Latest News from Human Rights at Sea: Concerns raised over location of MV Gulf Sky and its 22 Indian crew

London. UK. / Fairhaven. MA. USA. Human Rights at Sea and the Dominica Flag State Administration are increasingly concerned about the change in status of the MV Gulf Sky (IMO 9150377) and its crew, having been informed that the vessel, which was under arrest under a UAE Admiralty Law injunction and had been issued a Prohibition to Sail notice via the Commonwealth of Dominica while anchored off Port Khor Fakkan Anch, had left UAE waters violating both the injunction and the prohibition to sail. At the time of writing, the vessel’s location is unknown with the last AIS signal received eight days ago according to VesselFinder.com.

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