Sailors caught in Australia–China trade war
A message from Virendrasinh Bhosale pops up on my phone: "Free, I feel free like a bird. Soon I'll embrace my son in my arms." Bhosale is one of 23 Indian sailors stranded onboard the Jag Anand, which has been anchored in Chinese waters for six months with Australian coal in its hull. The bulk carrier was finally given the green light to divert to Japan for a crew change on January 10.