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Flooding and landslides in southern Bangladesh caused at least 90 deaths and serious damage to in
Today, at 8:50 am, a shooting occurred in Mexico City’s International Airport, Terminal 2 near...
Today, at 8:50 am, a shooting occurred in Mexico City’s International Airport, Terminal 2 near t
On June 12, the U.S.
Thousands of informal taxi drivers blocked traffic on Tuesday, June 12 at 8:30 AM.
Starting on June 11, flash flooding and landslides ravished parts of Taiwan.
A Cuban-American wanted for allegedly taking part in the largest heist of medicines in U.S.
Baja California state police are trying to locate a missing truck driver and a load of pharmaceu
Northern Italy suffered a 5.8 magnitude earthquake on May 29, just nine days after a 6.0 magnitud
The city of Balikpapan, located in Kalimantan, the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, su
Yesterday, May 15 at 6:50 p.m.
On May 16, in protest of government austerity measures, activists are calling for mass demonstrat
On Saturday May 12, police captured eight cargo thieves after hijacking a truck loaded with grav
The FBI headquarters in North Miami Dade is processing the arrests of the 11 cargo theft ring mem
FreightWatch’s special report,
A daytime truck ban will take place in Metro Manila from May 2nd to 5th.
Yesterday, April 26, groups of independent Mexican truckers went on strike demanding stricter ru
Yesterday, April 24, at least five police officers from the municipality of Juan C.
Serious traffic disruptions should be expected in Jakarta, Indonesia on April 25, 2012.
On Wednesday, an 8.7 earthquake followed by strong aftershocks sent tremors through Indonesia and
Strong winds and heavy rains on Tuesday caused disruptions to railways and airlines in parts of J
On March 27, at 7:30 a.m.
The UGT (General Union of Workers) and CCOO (The Workers' Commissions) unions are going to hold a
An Iranian-owned cargo ship was hijacked in the Maldives’ waters on March 26 by Somali pirates.
A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck central Chile yesterday March 25, at 7:30 p.m.
On March 26 in New Delhi, India, Tibetan exiles protested the presence of Chinese President Hu Ji
FreightWatch has recorded 34 metal thefts year-to-date in 2012, averaging 12 per month. In 2011
In the Philippines on March 15, a nationwide strike by transportation workers will take place to
The state of New South Wales in Australia has suffered severe flooding in over 75% of the state w
A shootout has been reported today, March 1, in Nuevo Laredo streets.
On Tuesday February 28, major trade and bank unions are holding a one day nationwide protest agai
In an effort to reduce the amount of pollution in Beijing, the city’s traffic authority will begi
Today, February 22, a commuter train crashed into the end platform of a busy station in the city
The Freeze of Danube River, a key waterway in central Europe has caused the interruption of trad
On Wednesday, February 15 in India’s northern-most state of Jammu and Kashmir, the Srinagar-Jammu
A cargo vessel’s captain and an engineer were killed during an attack by Pirates off the coast of
Shut Down the Corporations, which stemmed from the Occupy movement, is planning several non-viole
Approximately $1.4 million in cargo was stolen from Miami International
On Tuesday January 31, hundreds of police officers in the city of Salvador, Bahia state, began a
February 6, the Central Philippines provinces of Negros and Cebu suffered a 6.8 magnitude earthqu
Air transportation services are expected to be severely disrupted in France early next week when
Yet another "smash and grab" style warehouse burglary in the Miami-Dade area, this time in Doral,
A trailer loaded with Desktop Computers was broken into early in the morning on 1/31/2012 while a
Today, February 1, 2012, four cargo thieves broke into a warehouse of a well-known company based
Port Kembla Coal Terminal workers will be on strike from February 1-8.
India’s national trucking permit fee, which allows truckers seamless access to all states, is lik
Private and public workers go on national strike.
A truck carrying an important load of mobile phones worth approximately $3M was hijacked by an ar
President Barack Obama has adopted a new strategy declaring for the first time that the United St
A radar installation was damaged by an explosion caused by left-wing rebels of the Revolutio