A court on France's Indian Ocean island of Reunion on Friday sentenced a 30-year-old man to 15 years behind bars for the killing of a British ex-commando in 2011. After a three-day trial, a jury convicted Vincent Madoure of taking part in the murder of Carl Davies, a 33-year-old former Royal Marines Commando. Show More Summary
Sotheby?s announced that the Collection of Edwin & Cherie Silver, Los Angeles, will be offered in a single-owner auction of African, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, and American Indian Art during the height of the New York auction season in November. Show More Summary
Lionfish have very low standards and will eat anything in sight. Although they're originally from the Indian and Western Pacific Oceans, these vacuum cleaners have been flopping around the Atlantic for the last 25 years, probably because people dumped them from their home aquariums. Show More Summary
Pakistan, a key U.S. ally in the war against terrorism, is growing closer to China. Since announcing in 2014 plans for the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor—a trade route connecting China to the Indian ocean—the countriesShow More Summary
Bertil Lintner Security, Asia Strategic ripples are gathering. A new Cold War is brewing in the Indian Ocean, with an informal alliance of the United States, India, Australia, Japan on one side and China on the other. While tensionsShow More Summary
Hear about travel to the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean as the Amateur Traveler talks to Jennifer Dombrowski of luxeadventuretraveler.com about her recent trip to this island paradise. Jennifer says, “The Seychelles […] The post Travel...Show More Summary
Can Michael Recycle & Tin Can Stan prevent a plastic-patch Indian Ocean meltdown? IDW's Michael Recycle #4 by Ellie Wharton & Alexandra Colombo. The post Michael Recycle #4 appeared first on CBR.
Indian Naval Ship Sahyadri has visited Papua New Guinea on its four-day overseas deployment to the Southeast Asia and Southern Indian Ocean aimed to strengthen existing bonds between the two countries. The ship would be on a port visit to Moresby from 12 June to 15 June 2017.
Here’s another Skull and Bones video for you, giving you a walkthorough of the game’s PvP. It shows rival pirate gangs fighting it out on the high seas of the Indian Ocean. Ubisoft said a beta will be held for the game, and you can sign up for it. The link doesn’t seem to be […]
Ubisoft unveiled a new seafaring game about piracy today called Skull & Bones. It looks like you roam around in a pirate ship in the Indian Ocean at the start of the 18th century. There’s a mini-explosion of games with pirates in them. Ubisoft got excited about the pirate ship warfare in Assassin’s Creed Black […]
India is concerned that China is building a string of alliances that surround it, kicked off with its base in Djibouti on the northwestern edge of the Indian Ocean.
Kenya has become the 13th signatory to the Jeddah Amendment to the Djibouti Code of Conduct – the instrument developed and adopted by countries in the Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden that has been a key factor in repressing piracy and armed robbery against ships operating in that region.
French President Emmanuel Macron has come under fire for making a joke about makeshift craft that have been dubbed the "boats of death" because so many have sunk while transporting migrants to the French Indian Ocean island of Mayot...
The fishermen were dubious when ocean experts suggested they could save their dwindling marine stocks just by switching to new nets.
For this Friday morning, let's look to a far away place where a new cable system has been planned. IOX Cable Ltd and Nokia's Alcatel Submarine Networks announced yesterday plans to build the IOX Cable System in the Indian Ocean.... [visit site to read more]
The key International Maritime Organization (IMO) instrument helping to repress piracy and armed robbery against ships in the Western Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden – the Djibouti Code of Conduct – is part of discussions at an international conference in Morocco.
(Oregon State University) Sediment that eroded from the Himalayas and Tibetan plateau over millions of years was transported thousands of kilometers by rivers and in the Indian Ocean -- and became sufficiently thick over time to generate temperatures warm enough to strengthen the sediment and increase the severity of the catastrophic 2004 Sumatra earthquake.
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Storms associated with the advancing monsoon in the Northern Indian Ocean's Bay of Bengal were analyzed by NASA with the GPM or Global Precipitation Measurement mission core satellite.
CMA CGM announced the launch, on May 23, 2017, of a second Midas service connecting India, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East and Southern and Western Africa. The CMA CGM Group is betting on the economic dynamism of both India and the countries…