A trawler carrying 130 tonnes of fuel oil ran aground off the coast of Mauritius on 7 March. It is the second time in about seven months that the island faces a shipping accident that threatens its shores with serious pollution. The Chinese-flagged ship ran aground on...
Divers have found a number of cannons and some military equipment in the seabed off the uninhabited island of Razende Bol, off the coast of Texel, the Netherlands. The items belonged to the British warship HMS Apollo. This ship sank on 6 January 1799, after being...
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