Germany won its third gold medal of the open water swimming world championships on Saturday with Angela Maurer triumphing in the women's 25-kilometer race.
Maurer swam through the Bay of Naples in 6 hours, 22 minutes, 46.9 seconds, beating Russia's Natalia Pankina by just under a second. Another Russian, Ksenia Popova, was third.
Germany has a chance to claim its fourth gold medal Sunday when two-time winner Thomas Lurz competes in the Men's 25-kilometer race, reports AP.
Two ballistic missiles attacked the US Navy destroyer USS Mason (DDG 87) from the territory of Yemen. The destroyer came to the aid of the hijacked Central Park tanker of Zodiac Maritime