A team of Japanese rescuers declared on Monday the death of a child following the boat accident. This had increased the death toll to 11 so far, as efforts to locate the survivors continue.
Diving teams of the Turkish military safely detonated a floating naval mine present in the Black Sea, the defence ministry informed on Wednesday. This is the third mine of this sort found in its waters from the beginning of the war in Ukraine.
The Suez Canal Authority, popular as the SCA, has revealed its plans to introduce a sovereign wealth fund to safeguard the canal from unforeseen fluctuations and unprecedented crises in worldwide commerce like those resulting from COVID-19, SCA officers have mentioned.
Sri Lanka kick-started a drive to retrieve debris and freight containers resting on the ocean bed after the disaster concerning X-Press Pearl earlier in May 2021.
The Maldives got a compensation of $10 million in August from a firm whose ship had reportedly run aground in Kaafu Atoll’s Rasfari reef.
Kuwait has introduced a decree that prohibits commercial vessels carrying commodities from and to Israel from the country’s territorial waters.
A ship carrying more than 85 crew and 322 passengers was stranded about 16 nautical miles in the high seas after its engine caught fire on Wednesday.
SH2IPDRIVE, (Sustainable Hydrogen Integrated Propulsion Drives) a Dutch project consortium focused on maritime hydrogen applications, announces the receipt of a subsidy of 24.2 million EUR from the R&D Mobility Fund in the Netherlands.
A unique solar-powered smart buoy is now being tested in the Stockholm fairway. As part of the Intelligent Sea EU project, Ports of Stockholm is testing smart navigational markers, among other things for improved efficiency of service and maintenance.