A close call for the ISS
The piece of space debris in question was 93-032D (25090), a piece of a PAM-D rocket engine, part of the launch of the Navstar 32 GPS satellite on 13 May 1993. It is small, but even small can be lethal to the ISS. The nominal orbits for the ISS and the space debris piece have it pass as close as within 2.4 km of each other at 12 March, 16:39:41 UTC. The close encounter occurred over the southern Atlantic, near the southernwest coast of Africa.