Friends Record Accident Of Young Man Drowning And No One Helps Him [WARNING SENSITIVE VIDEO]

He could not swim but jumped into the water anyway and no watching helped him out.

A 22-year-old boy drowned in a pond and his friends did nothing to rescue him, however, they did watch and record the tragic incident, which occurred on the outskirts of the city of Kalaburagi, in India.

The police identified the young man as 22-year-old Jaffer Ayub, but the news became relevant after the video was known in which the young people are seen laughing at their friend who they were apparently going to...

https://www.maritimeherald.com/2019/11-21-viral-youtube-video-friends-record-accident-of-young-man-drowning-and-no-one-helps-him-warning-sensitive-video-trending-youtube-video/

Port Everglades, Port of Barranquilla sign MoU improving trade relations

An MoU was signed between thePort Everglades and the Port of Barranquilla, in order to join their sister seaports agreement and improve their trade relations, establishing an alliance of cooperation to expand trade.

The two ports inked the MoU during the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), Latin American Congress of Ports which was held in Miami. With Colombia’s largest port in the Caribbean Sea, Barranquilla Port agreed to enter the MoU.

Accordingly, the MoU will improve business...

https://safety4sea.com/port-everglades-port-of-barranquilla-sign-mou-improving-trade-relations/

“Growing the economy, whilst sustaining the ecology” – IAPH partners with PortXL to connect innovators with global ports

IAPH signs agreement with PortXL, opening up a global portfolio of port and maritime start-up innovators to the World Ports Sustainability Program. PortXL has already supported more than 72 start-up and scale-up innovators to engage in over 150 paid pilot contracts in the maritime sector. The...

https://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/growing-the-economy-whilst-sustaining-the-ecology-iaph-partners-with-portxl-to-connect-innovators-with-global-ports/

He Enters An Aquarium Of A 5 Foot Long Serpent To See It For Himself (VIDEO)

The video showing the new adventure of the River Monsters star, Jeremy Wade, was shared on YouTube. This time, a huge species terrified more than one per particular aspect.

Incredible find Fans of the aquatic world were impressed seeing the viral video onYouTubethat was shared by the billRiver Monsters. The famous fisherman and television presenter Jeremy Wade captured a gigantic fish that lived inside an aquarium in the United States.

The images of theYouTubeviral show the exact moment when...

https://www.maritimeherald.com/2019/11-21-viral-youtube-video-he-enters-an-aquarium-of-a-5-foot-long-serpent-to-see-it-for-himself-video-trending-video/