Brazilian shore leave policy leaves US crew in the crosshairs
- Friday 06 January 2012, 18:32
A SEAFARER is a seafarer, regardless of nationality, and inhumane treatment meted out to this cadre of the workforce anywhere in the world is a matter of concern.However, the truism comes into focus only when seafarers from certain elite nations end up at the receiving end of trouble....
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