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Maritime Launch Introduces Strategic Advisory Board

Hastings Tribune 29 Mar 2023
“As we continue construction of Spaceport Nova Scotia, our team at Maritime Launch will leverage our advisors’ unique experience as we build a world-class, commercial spaceport that will ensure Nova Scotia, and indeed all of Canada, is uniquely positioned in the global space ...

Damen Shipyards Partnership with the Royal National Lifeboat Instituti

The Maritime Executive 29 Mar 2023
In June, maritime professionals will gather for the Royal Institution of Naval Architects' (RINA) 11th installment of the Surveillance, Search and Rescue Craft (SURV) Conference ... The SURV11 Conference is open to all interested parties, including members of RINA, other professional institutions and the wider maritime industry.

Pirates Boarded Danish Ship in Gulf of Guinea

Voa News 29 Mar 2023
Noel Choong of the International Maritime Bureau's piracy reporting center told AFP a "missing vessel broadcast had been issued for passing ships to report to us if they come across it." ... According to a report by The Maritime Information Cooperation and Awareness Center ...

American Cruise Lines Markets Longest-Ever U.S. River Cruise

The Maritime Executive 28 Mar 2023
Along this enchanting journey, discover the rich maritime history of the region as American Independence cruises past the magnificent and historic homes of sea captains and shipbuilders of years gone by, as well as the working waterfront communities of the modern day ... Journey home or explore longer in The Big Apple.

The road less taken leads to delights of Denmark

Boston Herald 26 Mar 2023
North Jutland, on Denmark’s northernmost tip, is home to Rold Forest, the country’s largest, where you’ll be able to maximize your time biking and hiking. From there, the seaside beach town of Skagen is home to centuries-old maritime history and art ... The bunker’s entrance was hidden by a Danish brick home in which its engineer resided.

The story of Kabir Talwar: From clubbing tycoon to drug merchant

Hindustan Times 26 Mar 2023
HT Image ... The Mundra case led to an alarm in India’s maritime security apparatus. Union home minister Amit Shah is personally monitoring the upgradation of security at ports and has held series of meetings since 2021 while directing intelligence and investigation agencies to dismantle the entire drugs smuggling network at ports ... ....

Abandonded livestock carrier crew returns home

SAFETY4SEA 24 Mar 2023
The remaining crew members of a cattle carrier ship that was abandoned off the coast of Australia last year have been compensated by the new owner and sent back home. AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety ...

EXCLUSIVE Pentagon reveals 'concerns' about China's growing influence in Mauritius and says it is working ...

The Daily Mail 23 Mar 2023
The biggest is Diego Garcia, home to a U.S. military base from where warplanes can reach maritime chokepoints, vital sea lanes and even potential Chinese bases everywhere from Djibouti to Pakistan ... Displaced Chagos Islanders have fought for years to return home.

Water Under the Bridge: March 21, 2023

The Daily Astorian 21 Mar 2023
Three days after their come-from-behind, 8-7 win over Warrenton, the Fishermen scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to beat Clatskanie 7-3 in their 2013 home opener ... Edgar Quinn, who died Sunday when he fell while climbing down from a log ship he piloted across the Columbia River Bar, took pride in his maritime accomplishments.

Government should invest in maritime tech, cleaner fuels and workforce – MPs

AOL 20 Mar 2023
The UK’s maritime sector needs better treatment of workers and investment in new technology and cleaner fuels to compete internationally, MPs said ... This includes a “defined plan for decarbonising the maritime sector with clear, measurable targets for both home and abroad”, it stated.

Megawati praises Jokowi's good qualities as leader

The Jakarta Post 20 Mar 2023
... was joined by Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Pandjaitan, Home Affairs Minister Tito Karnavian and East Java Governor Khofifah Indar Parawansa during the speech.

Another strike! Woe for holidaymakers as more Passport Office staff vote to walk out - ...

The Daily Mail 18 Mar 2023
More Passport Office workers have voted to go on strike in a bitter dispute over jobs, pay, pensions and conditions ... PCS members at the Home Office in Northern Ireland, Maritime and Coastguard Agency in Northern Ireland, Heritage Lottery Fund in Northern Ireland and the British Library in London, all voted in favour ... They wrote ... .

Fresh strikes hit UK, disrupting transport

China Daily 18 Mar 2023
Roads gridlocked ... Not everyone can work from home and it's damaging the economy.". But Mick Lynch, general secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers, or RMT, a trade union participating in both the train and tube walkouts, said workers will continue the industrial campaign for "as long as it takes" ... .

U.S., partners stage military drills amid Japan-South Korea talks

Asahi News 17 Mar 2023
The drills are being held as a competition, with the country winning the most points taking home the “Dragon Belt.” ... Navy is being represented by two P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft, currently based in Guam ... the other of violating their maritime territory.

US, partners stage military drills amid Japan-S. Korea talks

Wtop 17 Mar 2023
The drills are being held as a competition, with the country winning the most points taking home the “Dragon Belt.” ... Navy is being represented by two P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft, currently based in Guam ... the other of violating their maritime territory.

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In this photo provided by the Belarusian Presidential Press Service, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko delivers a state-of-the nation address in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, March 31, 2023
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivers her speech at the European Parliament, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022 in Strasbourg
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File - Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un take an elevator heading to the talks in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25, 2019. As North Korea conducts more powerful weapons tests — and threatens pre-emptive nuclear strikes on Washington and Seoul — it may be taking inspiration from the fiery rhetoric of the leader of a nuclear-armed member of the U.N. Security Council: Russia's Vladimir Putin.
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