NEW YORK/ MIAMI, Oct 8- The ill-fated U.S.-flagged El Faro cargo ship sunk by Hurricane Joaquin was sailing at near full speed into the center of the storm before it lost propulsion amid mountainous waves and brutal winds, according to ship tracking data. After reviewing the data, Klaus Luhta, a former ship's officer and chief of staff at the International...» Read More
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