此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定 My location Print Close AMSA, January 2, 2014 zoom The Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s (AMSA) Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC Australia) has been advised this morning that sea ice conditions in the area are likely to delay today’s planned rescue of passengers from the MV Akademik Shokalskiy. It is now likely the rescue will not go ahead today.AMSA understands that current sea ice conditions prevent the barge from Aurora Australis from reaching the Chinese vessel Xue Long (Snow Dragon) and a rescue may not be possible today.The Xue Long’s helicopter is unable to land on the Aurora Australis due to load rating restrictions. It is not safe to land the helicopter next to Aurora Australis at this time.The preferred and safest option at this stage is to ultimately transfer the passengers onto Aurora Australis.All passengers on board the MV Akademik Shokalskiy are currently safe and well. The preferred option is to wait for conditions that will allow the rescue to be completed in a single operation to reduce unnecessary risk.Alternative measures to complete the rescue operation are now being investigated by AMSA and the ships involved.This rescue is a complex operation involving a number of steps. Operations in Antarctica are all weather and ice dependent and conditions can change rapidly. The priority is to ensure the safety of all involved.RCC Australia continues to be in regular contact with all vessels involved and continues to monitor the situation. The vessels involved are also in close contact with each other via VHF radio.
Rabat – Casablanca’s Wydad defeated TP Mazembe (1-0) on Saturday at the Mohammed V stadium. The current African champions clinched the first Super Cup in its history, and offers the third African title to Morocco in less than four months.Wydad of Casablanca had previously lost two CAF Super Cups in 1993 against Africa Sport of Cote d’Ivoire and in 2003 against Zamalek of Egypt.Moroccan fans had to wait until the 85th minute to see their team score the winning goal. Wydad of Casablanca’s new title comes to confirm Morocco’s dominance over African football. On November 4, the Moroccan team won its second CAF Champions League and in on February 4 Morocco’s national team of local players won the African Nations Championship.Wydad of Casablanca is the third Moroccan team to win the CAF Super Cup after Raja of Casablanca and Maghreb of Fez.