Officers heading to Japan to probe Zim collision

Two officers from the National Fraud squad left Saturday night for Japan to investigate the Zim-Asia collision that left seven Japanese fishermen dead off the coast of Japan last month. When the ship returned to Haifa, police arrested the ship's captain and four members of his crew, who police suspect were responsible for the collision, failing to report it or offer the overturned fishing boat assistance. They were later released under restrictions.
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