The British passenger liner, under the captaincy of Edward Smith, had roughly 2,200 passengers on board when it collided with an iceberg shortly before midnight on April 14, 1912. The disaster saw more than 1,500 people lose their lives on the “unsinkable”
The British passenger liner, operated by White Star Line, famously sank into the North Atlantic Ocean more than a century ago. Titanic, which was transporting an estimated 2,224 people, struck an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.
Janez Jansa warned countries could follow Britain’s lead and quit the bloc if the row over its €1.8 billion budget and recovery fund are not resolved. In a letter to his EU counterparts, he wrote: “The EU today is a convoy of
Since the Titanic sunk over a century ago, only 140 people have made submersible dives to see the wreckage first-hand, two miles down on the Atlantic Ocean seabed. But a small number of explorers will be adding to that tally next year
The film actress later went on to star in In The Line Of Fire alongside John Malkovich and The Moderns, in which she portrayed Gertrude Stein. Elsa is also remembered for her infamous scene in James Cameron’s Titanic, where she played Ida
Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have faced a wave of criticism over the past few months as they have stepped into political spheres. The Duchess of Sussex was not shy about her opposition to Donald Trump during the last election, back
The caldera inside Yellowstone National Park has the potential to cause untold devastation in the event of a supereruption – something that has not happened in 630,000 years. Located below the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, the area is constantly monitored by