Bristow Group responsible for Search and Rescue, SAR, and aircraft support solutions at Mount Pleasant Complex, in the Falkland Islands moved a new helicopter frame by road from Mare Harbour to Heli-Ops on Friday 6 July.
The International Maritime Organization, IMO on Friday sealed a deal that sets ambitious emissions-cutting targets. IMO agreed to cut total annual emissions of greenhouse gases “by at least 20%, striving for 30% by 2030” and “by at least 70%, striving for 80%, by 2040.”
Robots have stressed they work alongside humans to assist them and have no intention of overthrowing or replacing them, though they suggested they could be more efficient government leaders, as they took questions from reporters in their first-ever press conference.
The United States on Friday called on dozens of countries to work together to combat synthetic drugs, but China declined an invitation to attend.
Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero and Corrientes Governor Gustavo Valdez Friday flew over Punta Ñaró, the border area where a diplomatic incident took place between Paraguay's Coast Guard and local fishermen, in a move to achieve a peaceful solution to the crisis.
Former Senator Paraguayo “Payo” Cubas, the National Crusade Party's (PCN) presidential candidate, who finished third in April's elections with nearly 23% of the votes, was granted house arrest Friday by Judge Raúl Florentín, it was reported. Cubas will serve his house arrest at the Armele Hotel in Asunción after posting bail. He is also forbidden to leave the country without the Court's authorization.
The Argentine Central Bank's (BCRA) monthly Market Expectations Survey (Relevamiento de Expectativas del Mercado - REM) for June released Friday forecasts inflation to reach 142.4% by the end of 2023. The study details the forecasts of institutions, companies, organizations, and specialists on the evolution of the main economic variables.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández offered his Uruguayan colleague Luis Lacalle Pou a mobile water treatment plant, supplies, and personnel to assist in the drinking water crisis affecting Montevideo and the Metropolitan area.
The French Senate Friday moved forward with a controversial measure allowing investigators to activate remotely the camera and microphone of cell phones of people under investigation without the knowledge of the persons concerned, it was reported in Paris.
The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) found through its People with Disabilities module of the Continuous National Household Sample Survey (Pnad Contínua) 2022 that about 18.6 million people aged two years or more (8.9% of this age group), had some form of disability, Agencia Brasil reported. Last year, 47.2% of people with disabilities were 60 years old or older, the study also detected.