The Five Deadliest Submarine Accidents of the Last 30 Years

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On Friday, the Argentine submarine “San Juan” was found, missing a year ago in the South Atlantic, with 44 crew on board. Then the most deadly submarine accidents.

Disappeared on November 15, 2017, while sailing to its mooring port in the city of Mar del Plata, the submarine was located 800 meters deep and 400 km from the Patagonian coast by the American ship “Ocean Infinity”. of your search.
The relatives of the 44 crew members, very affected...

Questions remain over UAE imports of Iranian condensate amid US sanctions

There was some surprise among analysts when the UAE did not receive a waiver from the US State Department last week from reimposed sanctions on Iranian crude, but sources said this week that they likely never requested one. As a US ally and supporter of the US taking a tougher stance on Iran,...

IMO to ensure high quality of ship inspections in Caribbean

Conducting a vessel inspection is very important task. In order to keep a high level of safety in the Caribbean, a Regional Caribbean Ship Inspector Training course (CASIT) took place from 29 October to 16 November, in Trinidad and Tobago.

Inspections by flag and port States are also vital to ensure high ship standards and reduce accidents and pollution to the maritime environment.

The objective of the course is to prepare ship surveyors to be able to work in a Caribbean maritime administration....

Ganga waterway project cleared

India’s longest waterway project, one terminal of which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier this week, was made possible only after a high-power Committee of Ministers and senior officials from multiple Ministries overruled the recommendations of experts appointed by the Environment Ministry. The latter had recommended public consultations and a full-fledged environment clearance, documents made available through the Right to Information (RTI) Act show.

As part of the the...