Libyan forces shell Turkish owned ship, kill officer; Crowley invests in new Puerto Rico pier for newbuild duo

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Libyan forces shell Turkish owned ship, kill officer
May 11, 2015—The third officer of a Turkish owned 5,055 dwt general cargo ship was killed and several other crew members were wounded late yesterday after the vessel was shelled off the Libyan coast and attacked from the air, the Turkish Foreign Ministry says. Libya is in a state of violent chaos as two rival governments, both backed by armed groups, battle for control.

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