Baltimore Bridge Collapse: Divers Find Two Bodies In Submerged Truck

By Madeline Halpert, BBC News, New York The bodies of two people have been recovered from a red pickup truck, which was under water where the Baltimore bridge collapsed. Eight construction workers were on the bridge when a ship struck it, plunging them

Baltimore Bridge Collapse: 2 Rescued As Search Continues (VIDEO)

A container laden ship had reportedly struck Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge early Tuesday after losing propulsion, causing a “catastrophic collapse,” sending vehicles and people into the water, officials in Maryland said. “At this time, it is an active search and rescue mission,”

Rescue Teams Search For Survivors As US Bridge Collapses After Being Hit By Ship

Major Francis Scott Key Bridge in the U.S. city of Baltimore near Washington, has collapsed after a ship crashed into it. The Maryland Department of Transportation and several U.S. media outlets reported on Tuesday. The Baltimore City Fire Department told U.S. broadcaster CBS

Delta Govt To Partner Federal Govt To Revamp Delta Ports

Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, Tuesday, said his administration would engage relevant Federal Government authorities for the revitalisation of all seaports in the state. Governor Oborevwori stated this when he received the Olu of Warri Kingdom, HRM Atuwatse III, CFR, and

Four Civil Defence Personnel Killed By Sea Pirates In Rivers – Commandant General

Ahmed Audi, the commandant general of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), on Saturday confirmed the killings of four personnel by suspected sea pirates in Rivers. Mr Audi confirmed the killing while addressing troops of NSCDC in Rivers, according to a

Maritime Workers To Resume Strike, Cripple Ports Over Condition Of Service Oct. 30

Piqued by the unsuccessful effort of its representatives to improve the condition of service, the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) says it will resume suspended strike in the shipping sector of the nation’s economy on October 30. The President-General, Mr Adewale Adeyanju,

HISTORIC! Japan Becomes 1st Country Ever To Fire Electromagnetic Railgun From An Offshore Vessel – EurAsia

Japan has successfully test-fired a medium-caliber maritime electromagnetic railgun from an offshore platform as it continues to advance its defenses in the face of burgeoning regional security threats. For the test, the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) collaborated with the Acquisition Technology &

South East Summit: Governors Brainstorm On Security, Integrated Economy, As Okonjo- Iweala Seek End To Insecurity

The much awaited South East Summit, a forum that created room for the political and economic leaders to seek a common ground on which they zone can tackle its economic and security challenges, has come and gone with all agreeing to work together

Suspected Biafra Separatist Fighters Behead Cameroon Gendarmes

Masked militants suspected to be of the Black Marine have reportedly beheaded three members of the Cameroon gendarmes in Isangele subdivision an area in the Bakassi Peninsula. Caption: •File photo of Cameroon gendarmes The Black Marine is the militant arm of the Biafra Nations

United States Court Adjourns Ruling On Atiku’s Records Subpoena Case As Chicago Varsity Can’t Certify Tinubu’s Certificate

As Nigerians await the outcome of the legal battle to authenticate President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s certificate he submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), questions of discrepancies still a puzzle as the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois