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Chad: President Deby wins reelection, extending 30 years in power

On April 20, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno has won a sixth term in office, according to provisional election results. He had campaigned for peace and security in a country afflicted by violence.

Germany: CDU party board backs Armin Laschet as chancellor candidate

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Armin Laschet has won the support of the CDU party board in a late-night vote. He is now one step closer to succeeding Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Cuba names successor to Raul Castro

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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The Cuban Communist Party has chosen Miguel Diaz-Canel as its new first secretary. The new leader has pledged continuity, but faces economic challenges.

US regulators probe deadly Tesla crash in Texas

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Two people were killed when the car crashed into a tree and burst into flames. Police suspect the Tesla Model S was operating on autopilot when the fatal accident occurred.

George Floyd: Defense, prosecution wrap up closing arguments

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Lawyers gave their final arguments as jurors prepared to deliberate on whether Derek Chauvin was guilty of killing George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man who was arrested in May 2020 over the use of a fake banknote.

Opinion: A very German way of handling the COVID-19 pandemic

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Who is to blame the German status quo? Angela Merkel? The federal system? Coronavirus deniers? Jens Thurau explores why Germans are so dissatisfied with the situation across the country.

Putin accepts Biden's invitation to virtual climate summit

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Despite tensions between Washington and Moscow, the Russian president has agreed to take part in an online conference on the climate crisis.

Germany: 'Violence against Men' helpline got 1,800 calls in one year

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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Due to increasing demand, German officials are extending the hours for their helpline on violence against men. More than 1,800 calls have been made since it was launched a year ago.

Thailand: Third COVID wave threatens plans to reopen tourism

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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A new surge in coronavirus infections and a sluggish vaccine rollout could postpone plans to resume Thailand's foreign tourism sector. People working in the travel industry are struggling to make ends meet.

Germany says Myanmar sanctions will force junta to negotiate

On April 19, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
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The EU has slapped sanctions on 10 Myanmar officials and two firms. The bloc wants Myanmar's military to negotiate an end to the violence, according to Germany's top diplomat.
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With record daily spikes all last week, the Indian capital is now the worst-hit city in the country.
The role of Russia's GRU agency in a fatal 2014 explosion raises questions about its capabilities.
The Australian campaign uses tacos and swimming with sharks to teach about respectful relationships.
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin says the European Super League is a "disgraceful, self-serving" proposal.
The Ingenuity drone completes the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another world.
Putin critic Navalny transferred to prison hospital, officials concerned he could die at ‘any minute’
Russia’s penitentiary service said Monday that it was transferring ailing dissident Alexei Navalny, who is on the 20th day of a hunger strike, to a prison hospital — amid grave fears for his health.
Jailed Kremlin critic Navalny to be moved to a hospital
The Russian state penitentiary service said Monday a decision has been made to transfer imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who is in the third week of a hunger strike, to a hospital.
Drug-runner’s cat caught trying to sneak narcotics into Panama prison
A drug-runner’s fluffy white cat was caught trying to smuggle narcotics into a prison in Panama, authorities said.
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Reporter's Notebook: The passing of a prince
Prince Philip was not just the sometimes curmudgeonly father figure as he was portrayed, but a deep thinker, with interests across a range of fields from engineering and design to conservation and sport.
Ontario retracts new coronavirus restrictions that banned playgrounds, involved police after outcry
Ontario's premier retracted restrictions Saturday that banned playgrounds and allowed police to require anyone not at home to explain why they're out after a backlash from police forces, health officials and the public.
- Sylvain ROUSSEAU
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet: 'I’m not going to lie, it’s such a joy to be out there in Space’
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet granted an exclusive interview to FRANCE 24 and RFI from Cape Canaveral in Florida, just three days before blasting off for the International Space Station (ISS) aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft. Pesquet is off on his second six-month mission to the ISS, with no less than 232 scientific experiments to be carried out on board. He'll also become the first French astronaut to command the space station for an entire month, something he hailed as "recognition for a European" as well as for the European Space Agency.
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Football Super League threatens meritocracy as faltering English giants sign up
The proposed creation of a breakaway European Super League by 12 major football clubs on Monday elicited a torrent of indignation from the footballing and political worlds alike – as well as questions in England about how “super” four of those teams have shown themselves to be this season, languishing outside the Champions League zone.
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France ‘bears significant responsibility’ for Rwandan genocide, US report says
France "bears significant responsibility" for enabling the genocide in Rwanda and still refuses to acknowledge its true role in the 1994 horror, said a report commissioned by Kigali that was released Monday.
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‘A war on football’: Creation of breakaway Super League sparks furious reactions
The announcement by major European football clubs that they plan to join a breakaway European Super League sparked furious reactions on Sunday, with French President Emmanuel Macron and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson both issuing statements condemning the breakaway.
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Cuba’s Communist Party appoints Diaz-Canel as leader, replacing Raul Castro
Cuba's ruling Communist Party elected President Miguel Diaz-Canel to succeed Raul Castro as party first secretary, the most powerful position in the country, on the final day of its congress on Monday.
12 European soccer clubs to form breakaway 'Super League,' throwing elite game into turmoil
Twelve of Europe's top soccer clubs have announced plans to form a so-called European super league, in a move that looks set to rock the foundations of the sport's top competitions, including preeminent leagues in England, Spain and Italy and extending all the way up to the World Cup.
'Out of control' fire breaks out in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park
An "out of control" fire is burning in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park, damaging buildings and prompting the evacuation of hikers from the city's most famous landmark, South African officials said Sunday.
Navalny transferred to hospital as concerns mount over jailed Kremlin critic's health
Jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny has been moved from a penal colony to a regional hospital for prisoners east of Moscow as concerns grow over his health.
Chinese feminists are being silenced by nationalist trolls. Some are fighting back
The torrent of hate messages filling Liang Xiaowen's inbox stopped as suddenly as it had started.
CNN anchor: We saw a Queen grieving
Queen Elizabeth II sat alone at her husband Prince Philip's funeral because of the UK's Covid-19 regulations. CNN's Julia Chatterley discusses.
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With Russian troops concentrated on the border with Ukraine, the leading Russian opposition figure imprisoned and his health rapidly deteriorating, and the Czech leadership now accusing Moscow of being behind a terrorist attack in the Czech Republic, commentators look at how the West should react to the mounting tensions in its relations with Russia.
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‘I’m always in football’: Jose Mourinho films media on Instagram before issuing first defiant comments after Spurs sacking (VIDEO)
Preview Jose Mourinho has hinted that he will return to football very soon as he gave brief comments to the media hours after the Portuguese boss was sacked from Tottenham Hotspur after 17 months in charge. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Biden shuts migrant center for underage girls two weeks after opening, amid reports of ‘unbearable’ conditions
Preview Joe Biden’s administration has closed a migrant shelter located at a warehouse in Houston housing hundreds of unaccompanied underage girls, after media reported conditions there were “unbearable.” Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘I expect it on Friday’: UEFA executive claims Chelsea, Real Madrid & Man. City will be thrown out of Champions League semi-finals
Preview Football giants Chelsea, Real Madrid and Man City will be expelled from this season's Champions League on Friday over joining the European Super League (ESL), according to a Danish supremo who sits on UEFA's executive committee. Read Full Article at RT.com
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France ‘enabled’ the 1994 genocide, new Rwandan report says, after French report clears France of complicity
Preview A Rwandan government-commissioned report on the 1994 genocide has accused France of “enabling” the slaughter, going further than a recent French report that held the country responsible but stopped short of judging it complicit. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Beautiful win’: Playboy model Maria Liman congratulates Premier League Chelsea on making it to the FA Cup final
Preview Russian Playboy model and OnlyFans star Maria Liman has expressed her admiration after Premier League giants Chelsea reaching the final of the FA Cup, beating top-of-the-table Manchester City at Wembley over the weekend. Read Full Article at RT.com
Why Ron Unz's Article About Revisionist WW2 Historian David Irving Is a Must-Read
by Logical Meme (Logical Meme)

Ron Unz’s “The Remarkable Historiography of David Irving” is a must-read and yet another object lesson for the need to question everything. Every grand sweeping narrative you take for granted (e.g., “Winston Churchill is a hero!”) must be, to use a favorite phrase of the Left, interrogated.

A Conservative Russian Lion With Real Mass Influence – The Painter Ilya Glazunov
by Charles Bausman ()

How to best view the paintings:  Many of the pictures in this article are part of a high-definition slide show of 22 images which can be activated by clicking on most of the images in this article.  This will load the images in high quality, which may take a while with a slower internet connection, (we don't recommend doing this on your phone unless you are on wifi) but it is worth the wait, because it allows one to examine the paintings in detail, which is especially interesting for the historical "passion play" series, as the one above this text.

Political Correctness Is Much More Harmful Than People Realize
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A recent poll found that Political Correctness is extremely unpopular in America, even amongst moderates and independents, which got me thinking on the subject. There exists an old quote from a famed British psychiatrist by the name of Anthony Daniels regarding Political Correctness. It is the best quote I know of on the subject, and I have been mulling it over for some time, considering its meaning and its implications. The quote reads:

'Start Making Babies Or You'll Be Cleaning Chinese Boots' - Top Russian Priest (Smirnov) to a Dying Nation (Video)
by Dmitry Smirnov ()

A recent discussion of the Russian demographic crisis on Russia's top talk show.

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This Company Monitors Prisoners In Xinjiang. It Won An “Innovation” Award At An Event Sponsored By Amazon.
The Chinese government’s use of prisons and detention camps in Xinjiang is part of what the US and other countries have called a genocide.

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- Pia Peterson
8 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.

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- Christopher Miller
This Lawmaker Wants To Label Foreign White Supremacist Groups As "Terrorists," But Some Of Them No Longer Exist
Of the 13 violent far-right extremist groups Rep. Elissa Slotkin wants the US to designate "foreign terrorist organizations," four are defunct, one is American, and another is a part of an allied nation’s national guard.

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- Caroline Haskins
Police Killed 20-Year-Old Daunte Wright On Sunday, Sparking Protests
Police did not release the victim’s name, but Katie Wright identified him as her son, Daunte Wright. The shooting led hundreds of people to protest — and police to fire tear gas.

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Prince Philip's Children Paid Tribute To The Duke Following His Death
"You know it’s going to happen but you are never really ready," said Princess Anne in an emotional statement about the death of her father.

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- Michael Safi
Indian expansion of Covid vaccine drive may further strain supplies

All adults to be eligible from 1 May, making jab available to at least 400 million more people

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India has announced it will soon open its vaccination programme to every adult in response to soaring Covid-19 infections – a measure that could further strain supplies in parts of the world reliant on Indian-made vaccines for their own campaigns.

From 1 May, Indian states will be free to administer doses to anyone aged older than 18, the central government announced on Monday as part of a package of policies to tackle a second wave that has overwhelmed hospitals and led to oxygen shortages across the country.

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- Andrew Roth in Moscow
Alexei Navalny moved to hospital as fears grow for life of Putin critic

Doctors say opposition leader, who is on hunger strike, is in danger of a heart attack or kidney failure

Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a prison hospital as concerns have grown among supporters that the Russian opposition leader is dangerously ill and could die “at any minute”.

Navalny’s transfer came after his doctors warned at the weekend that the Kremlin critic, who has been on hunger strike for nearly three weeks, was in danger of a heart attack or kidney failure.

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Super League players face World Cup and Euros ban, warns furious Uefa chief
Plan ‘a spit in the face of all football lovers and society’Ceferin expects domestic leagues to impose sanctions

Uefa’s president, Aleksander Ceferin, has insisted that players who join the new European Super League will be banned from World Cups and European Championships if the breakaway materialises.

Ceferin admitted it was unlikely a ban would come into effect in time for Euro 2020, which starts in June, but left no one in any doubt at his anger at the Super League, which he called a “disgraceful and self-serving proposal from clubs motivated by greed”.

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Nasa’s Mars helicopter in first powered, controlled flight on another planet

Ingenuity successfully takes flight, hovering at height of about 3 metres before touching back down

Nasa’s Ingenuity Mars helicopter has completed the first powered, controlled flight on another planet, the space agency has announced.

The small helicopter successfully took flight on the red planet on Monday morning, hovering in the air at an altitude of about 3 metres (10 feet), before descending and touching back down on the Martian surface.

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Derek Chauvin trial: defense and prosecution make closing arguments – live
Former police officer charged with murder over death of George FloydJury to begin deliberations once closing arguments have concludedProtests flare as America awaits verdict in Derek Chauvin trial

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Court has just resumed from a brief break in Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. The former Minneapolis police officer’s attorney, Eric Nelson, has just started his closing argument.

Chauvin is facing charges of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter, in the death of George Floyd during a 25 May 2020 arrest.

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Prosecutor Steve Schleicher has ended his closing argument in the murder case against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

“It was unreasonable. It was excessive,” he says of Chauvin’s use-of-force against George Floyd during the 25 May 2020 arrest.

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Covid-19 live updates: Biden urges vaccinations for all adults — ‘Everybody is eligible as of today’
Adults over 16 in all 50 states, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico, are eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine.
- By Adam Taylor, Ruby Mellen and Siobhán O'Grady
Who is Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin critic fallen ill in a Russian penal colony?
After three weeks on hunger strike, Russian officials said Monday that he had been moved to a prison hospital.
- By Ishaan Tharoor
The Americanization of the global game reaches a tipping point
A proposed European Super League would underscore how the franchise model of U.S. sports has taken over the top of the global game.
- By Chico Harlan and Stefano Pitrelli
Plan for a European soccer Super League panics fans, prompts emergency political statements
Tabloids described a late-night announcement by 12 of Europe’s top clubs as an act of war.
- By Ismail Alfa and Danielle Paquette
For Nigerian students living in fear of the next mass kidnapping, there is only one defense — to run
Teachers and students at 10 schools in northern Nigeria say they have little protection from gunmen. Classrooms have started to empty.
Stocks came off a week of gains as earnings topped estimates and strong economic data lifted the major averages.
The European Super League has been met with widespread criticism and resistance from former players, politicians, governing bodies, pundits and fans. 
The streaming wars are about legacy media's chase to compete more directly with Netflix, but the end result may cement Netflix as the center of entertainment.
"I assert that there has been no sincere and clear position with regards to neutrality from Hezbollah," Al-Rahi told CNBC in Beirut.
The NHTSA said it "immediately" launched another investigation into Tesla following a fatal crash in Spring, Texas over the weekend.
Albanian man with knife wounds 5 at mosque in Tirana
Police say an Albanian man with a knife has wounded five people at a mosque in the capital
Cuba's Communist Party chooses Miguel Díaz-Canel as leader
In many ways, Cuba’s new maximum leader is nothing like those who have governed the island for the past six decades
Israel's Netanyahu backs bill for direct election for PM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is pushing for a new law that would allow direct elections of the nation's leader
Group urges UN to probe China for crimes against humanity
A human rights group is appealing to the United Nations to investigate allegations China’s government is committing crimes against humanity in the Xinjiang region
Japan seeks release of Japanese journalist held in Myanmar
Japan’s government is asking Myanmar to release a Japanese journalist who was arrested by security forces in Yangon
The Failure of Germany's Coronavirus Strategy: Disagreement and Dithering
Chancellor Angela Merkel is pushing for legal changes that would give the federal government more powers to stop the spread of the coronavirus. But the states are pushing pack.
The Illusion of Rapid Antigen Tests: Insensitive and Inefficient
Germany is hoping that rapid antigen tests will help navigate the country out of the third coronavirus wave currently gripping the country. But they aren't up to the task. Other strategies could prove more effective.
Joe Bidens Dream Start: U.S. President Chalks Up Impressive First 100 Days
In his first 100 days in office, Joe Biden has achieved more than many of predecessors did during four years in office. The U.S. president is seeking to move away from neoliberalism to save democracy.
The Makhanda Miracle: A South African Partnership Across Racial Lines
There is hardly a country in the world that is as deeply divided as South Africa. But in the town of Makhanda, blacks and whites have joined forces in an effort to throw out the city's corrupt administration. They could change the country if they succeed.
Joining the Wolves: Erdogan's Pact with the Ultra-Nationalists
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is doing what he can to hold on to power – and is following his right-wing extremist coalition partner back to the confrontational style of politics the country saw in the 1990s. Opposition activists are concerned for their safety.
UK's Johnson Vows to Prevent Creation of New European Super League
LONDON (Sputnik) - UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that his government would do everything possible to prevent the creation of a European football Super League in the form proposed by the authors of this initiative.
Does Dinner With Trump Indicate Florida Governor DeSantis Will Run for President in 2024?
On the night of 17 April, Ron DeSantis, the Republican governor of Florida, dined together with former President Donald Trump at the annual Lincoln Day fundraising event at Mar-a-Lago, according to a photo shared by Brigitte Gabriel, Lebanese-American conservative author, on Twitter.
Russia Did Not Attack Czech Republic in Vrbetice, Prime Minister Babis Says
PRAGUE (Sputnik) - The explosion at the ammunition depot in the village of Vrbetice is not about Russia's attack on the Czech Republic, it was an attack by Russian intelligence officers on the goods of a Bulgarian arms dealer, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Monday.
Biden Open to Compromise to Win Support for His $2.3 Trillion Infrastructure Plan
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - President Joe Biden said on Monday that he is willing to make compromises on his $2.3 trillion infrastructure development plan for the United States if it helps him win bipartisan support for the bill.
You’re Barred, Sir Keir! Labour Leader Ordered  Out of Pub by Angry Landlord - Video
Sir Keir Starmer has led his Labour Party MPs in voting for the Conservative government's coronavirus lockdown restrictions — including the current ban on indoor drinking in pubs which he appeared to flout at The Raven in Bath on Monday.
- Ian Bremmer
What Happens Next with Iran Nuclear Negotiations After the Natanz Attack
Negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran in 2015 was hard; renegotiating more or less the same nuclear deal with Iran after the U.S. withdrawal is harder than you’d think. And that’s before you factor in an Israeli prime minister who has little left to lose. Here’s what happens next with Iranian nuclear negotiations, 2021 edition.…
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India’s Capital to Go Into Lockdown as Coronavirus Cases Top 15 Million
India tallied 273,810 new cases Monday, its highest daily rise since the start of the pandemic
- NICK PERRY / AP
An Australia-New Zealand Travel Bubble Brings Relief and Elation
Quarantine-free travel is a relief for families separated by the pandemic as well as for struggling tourist operators
- JIM HEINTZ / AP
Alexei Navalny’s Team Calls Protests Amid Reports of His Failing Health
Navalny started a hunger strike weeks ago to protest prison authorities’ refusal to allow him to see a private doctor
- DANICA KIRKA and JILL LAWLESS / AP
Prince Philip Is Laid to Rest as Queen Sits Alone to Set Example
Following strict social distancing rules during the pandemic, the queen set an example even in grief

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Growing number of African-American China experts work to gain recognition, puncture stereotypes
US congressional staffer Mark Akpaninyie, an African-American, had clumps of his hair hoarded as souvenirs. Think tank analyst Bryce Barros was told his skin was too dark to be an American. Technology expert Shirley Hargis was asked if she was Beyoncé. Blacks living in China faced their share of jarring interactions, whether motivated by prejudice, racism or ignorance. Hargis, deputy manager of the China Technology Transfer & Emerging Technologies at civic group CRDF Global, said that while…
Isis supporters want Indonesian who claimed to be ‘26th prophet’ beheaded
Islamic State sympathisers have called for the beheading of an Indonesian man who claimed to be the “26th prophet”.A man identifying himself as Jozeph Paul Zhang made the claim alongside other remarks offensive to Muslims in a YouTube video that went viral over the weekend. Some experts have warned that Zhang’s ethnicity – he is thought to be ethnic Chinese – would fan “hatred” and could lead to attacks against Indonesian Chinese and non-Muslims in the country. Prophet Mohammed, the founder of…
EU to increase presence in Indo-Pacific under new strategy
The EU is poised to boost its presence in the Indo-Pacific after the European Council adopted a strategy on Monday to reinforce its focus and actions in the region.The new European Union strategy comes amid rising geopolitical tensions and is widely seen as Brussels heeding Washington’s call for allies to increase engagement in the region to counter China under its “free and open Indo-Pacific” policy.A broad range of areas are covered in the 10-page strategy document, including trade and…
Russia moves Navalny to prison hospital but he vows to continue hunger strike: lawyer
A lawyer for Russia’s main opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who has been on a hunger strike in prison since the end of March, said on Monday that his health had deteriorated and the situation was “only getting worse”.Lawyer Alexei Liptser visited Navalny and said that his client had again been denied a doctor of his choice and was determined to continue his hunger strike.Liptser said Navalny looks “bad” and was much thinner. He also had numbness in his arms, legs and back. On Monday the prison…
Choosing the Right Secondary School
[Sponsored Article] With so many curriculum frameworks and schools in Hong Kong, it is often challenging for parents to distinguish one curriculum from another. Parents also need to consider how the curriculum they choose might translate when moving to another school or country. Stamford American School Hong Kong, recently accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and authorized by the International Baccalaureate for the Diploma Program (IBDP), is unique in Hong Kong as it…
News24.com | Cuba gets new leader as last Castro retires
Cuba has marked the end of an era with the transfer of power from the Castro clan, in charge for six decades, to the communist country's first-ever civilian leader.
News24.com | World can bring pandemic under control within months - WHO chief
The world has the means to bring the global Covid-19 pandemic under control in the coming months, the head of the World Health Organisation said.
Businessinsider.co.za | India now has 15 million Covid-19 cases, and a new variant has been identified there
As of Monday, India has recorded 15,061,805 coronavirus cases and more than 178,700 deaths, per Johns Hopkins University data.
News24.com | Worshippers wounded in Albania mosque knife attack
A knife-wielding man attacked worshippers at a mosque in Albania's capital Tirana, police said, wounding five people.
News24.com | US Supreme Court brings end to another Republican election challenge
The US Supreme Court on Monday brought an end to another lawsuit related to the November presidential election field by a Republican former congressional candidate.
All Americans 16 and older can now get vaccinated in the U.S.
The majority of U.S. states have already expanded their COVID-19 vaccine rollouts to people from this age group.
- Josh K. Elliott
NASA successfully flies the first-ever helicopter on Mars
NASA's Ingenuity aircraft took off, hovered and then safely landed in the first-ever flight on another world.
From arrest video to trial: Key events since George Floyd’s death
A timeline of key events that began with George Floyd's arrest on May 25, 2020, by four police officers in Minneapolis.
Derek Chauvin heard George Floyd ask for help, ‘he just didn’t listen’: prosecutor
Closing arguments began with the city of Minneapolis on edge against a repeat of the violence that erupted last spring over George Floyd's death.
India’s capital to go into lockdown as coronavirus cases soar
According to India’s health ministry on Monday, Delhi reported 25,462 cases and 161 deaths in the past 24 hours.
US reimposes sanctions on Belarus firms after protest clampdown
The United States said on Monday (Apr 19) it was reimposing sanctions on nine state-owned companies in Belarus after strongman Alexander Lukashenko ignored warnings to release political prisoners rounded up from democracy protests.
EU sanctions 10 Myanmar junta officials, 2 firms
BRUSSELS: The European Union on Monday (Apr 19) announced sanctions on 10 Myanmar junta officials and two conglomerates linked to the military over the coup and bloody crackdown on protesters in their country. The individuals "are all responsible for undermining democracy and the rule of law in ...
Doctors say clot treatment advice key to US resuming Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines
WASHINGTON: Resuming the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine in the United States will require clear guidelines for the medical community on how to best treat patients that develop a rare type of blood clot, as well as alerting vaccine recipients to be aware of the telltale symptoms ...
'Britcoin' not bitcoin? UK considers new digital currency
LONDON: British finance minister Rishi Sunak told the Bank of England on Monday (Apr 19) to look at the case for a new "Britcoin", or central bank-backed digital currency, aimed at tackling some of the challenges posed by cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin. A BoE-backed digital version of sterling ...
Iran, Indonesia foreign ministers discuss trade, economy
JAKARTA: Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif discussed trade and economic issues in a meeting in Jakarta on Monday (Apr 19) with his Indonesian counterpart, the two countries said. Zarif emphasized the importance of finalizing a preferential trade agreement in his talks with ...
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Oamenii de știință au stabilit principalul indicator al longevității umane
Mulți oameni tind să piardă în greutate și cu atenție calculează indicele de masă corporală, presupunînd că acesta determină gradul de sănătate al organismului. Între timp, s-a dovedit că durata de viață nu depinde de greutatea corporală ci de circumferința taliei. Depășirea normelor admise indică un risc ridicat de boli oncologice, respiratorii și cardiace. În cadrul unui studiu de proporți
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Aterizare de urgență lîngă o plajă plină de turiști
Un avion din cel de-Al Doilea Război Mondial, care lua parte la un spectacol aerian în Florida, a făcut o aterizare de urgență în ocean, la cîțiva metri de mal. Totul s-a petrecut sub privirile îngrozite ale oamenilor aflați pe plajă. Avionul a plonjat în apă printre cei care înotau sau făceau surf. Din fericire, nimeni nu a fost rănit în urma incidentului. Incidentul a avut loc din cauza un
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Zahărul este cauza epidemiei de obezitate
Zahărul este toxic şi contribuire la dezvoltarea problemelor cardiace, a sindromului metabolic şi a cancerului. Potrivit unor experţi medicali, zahărul poate fi echivalat cu drogurile care provoacă dependenţă, cum ar fi cocaina. Pe lîngă acest aspect, faptul că sfecla de zahăr modificată genetic domină deja piaţa americană, şi se extinde din ce în ce mai repede în întreaga lume, nu arată altcev
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Facebook are o nouă aplicaţie matrimonială
Facebook a început se testeze o nouă aplicaţie de dating, de sine stătătoare, care funcţionează în afara reţelei sale sociale şi pune accentul pe video. NPE Team, divizia Facebook care face experimente de social media, pentru a vedea ce alte instrumente trezesc interesul utilizatorilor, a început să testeze o aplicaţie de dating, numită Spark, în care oamenii se întîlnesc pe video. Cu aplica
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Bea apă caldă cu lămîie. Iată la ce te ajută
Toată lumea știe că limonada este foarte sănătoasă. Însă, modul acesta de preparare nu este cel optim. Pentru a te bucura de toate beneficiile lămîii, cea mai bună variantă este să bei timp de o lună de zile, în fiecare dimineață, o ceașcă de apă plată încălzită (neîndulcită) cu suc de lămîie/lime. Încearcă și vei simți diferențele! Iată la ce te va ajuta această cură: Te ajută să slăbești
Grecia renunță la carantina obligatorie pentru turiștii din UE şi din alte cinci ţări
Grecia anunţă ridicarea carantinei obligatorii de şapte zile aflată în vigoare până acum pentru pentru turiştii care sunt „rezidenţi permanenţi din statele membre ale Uniunii Europene, Spaţiul Schengen, Marea Britanie, Statele Unite, Israel, Serbia şi Emiratele Arabe Unite”,
Comisia Europeană vrea să interzică inteligența artificială folosită pentru supravegherea oamenilor
Inteligența artificială este deja prezentă în viața noastră și devine pe zi ce trece o tehnologie tot mai dezvoltată. Evident, se ridică întrebarea: cum va fi folosită de către oameni, căci poate reprezenta o sabie cu două tăișuri.
Dezastru agricol în Franţa. 80 la sută din principalele podgorii ale ţării, afectate de ger
Dezastru agricol în Franţa. Viticultorii susţin că 80 la sută din principalele podgorii ale ţării au fost afectate de ger. În unele regiuni s-au înregistrat în ultima perioadă chiar şi minus şase grade Celsius.
UE ar putea renunţa la vaccinurile anti-COVID-19 de la AstraZeneca
Uniunea Europeană ar putea să renunţe, anul viitor, la vaccinurile împotriva COVID-19 AstraZeneca-Oxford şi Johnson&Johnson şi să se axeze asupra vaccinurilor Pfizer-BioNTech şi Moderna. Anunţul a fost făcut de ministrul francez al Industriei.
ȘOCANT. O fetiță româncă de 12 ani, căutată timp de o lună în Spania, după ce părinții au vândut-o pentru căsătorie
O fetiță de 12 ani, de origine română, a fost recuperată în urmă cu 2 zile de Poliția Națională spaniolă, în urma unor căutări extinse care s-au desfășurat pe parcursul unei luni întregi. Minora fusese vândută pentru căsătorie de către părinți.
Bulgaria nu va mai folosi vaccinul AstraZeneca pentru femeile sub 60 de ani, cu risc de tromboză
Bulgaria a suspendat utilizarea vaccinului anti-COVID19 de la AstraZeneca pentru femeile sub 60 de ani care prezintă un risc crescut de tromboză, a declarat luni ministrul bulgar al Sănătăţii, Kostadin Angelov.Bulgaria a vaccinat circa 638.
Rusia se întoarce pe Lună din acest an cu o nouă misiune automată
Agenţia spaţială rusă, Roskosmos, va continua tradiţia explorărilor selenare din perioada sovietică cu o nouă serie de misiuni automate, fără echipaj uman, dintre care prima va fi lansată în cursul acestui an, transmite Live Science.
Annalena Baerbock, femeia care ar putea fi următorul cancelar al Germaniei
Pentru prima dată în istoria lor de patru decenii, Verzii germani au anunțat un candidat pentru funcția de cancelar. La alegerile din luna septembrie, Verzii vor juca un rol important.
Tragedie pe şosea. Un băieţel de zece ani a murit după ce a fost lovit de un automobil (VIDEO)
Tragedie pe şosea în această seară. Un băieţel de zece ani a murit după ce a fost lovit de un automobil la volanul căruia se afla un tânăr de 20 ani. Accidentul a avut loc în jurul 17:00 pe  şoseaua Balcani. Potrivit poliţiei, victima traversa neregulamentar strada.
ANRE a anunțat că va face controale inopinate în legătură cu majorarea prețului la carburanți
După ce una din cele mai mari reţele de benzinării a afişat preţuri mai mari la carburanţi la sfârşitul săptămânii trecute, luni, Agenția Națională pentru Reglementare în Energetică a anunţat că nu a recepţionat niciun calcul de majorare a tarifelor.
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Descoperire macabră. Cadavrul unui bărbat a fost găsit într-o gospodărie din satul Lopatnic, raionul Edineţ, după trei ani de la dispariţia lui. Poliţia suspectează de comiterea crimei pe concubina bărbatului şi fiul acesteia. Cei doi îşi recunosc parţial vina.
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Prezentat de Sofia Obadă
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Prezentat de Daniela Ciocanu
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Femeia care ar putea fi urmatorul cancelar al Germaniei. Cine este Annalena Baerbock
В 2019 году из Молдовы было вывезено 81,5 тыс. тонн зерна контрабандой, - эксперт
В 2019 году из Молдовы было вывезено 81,5 тыс. тонн зерна контрабандой, - экспертЭкономический эксперт Думитру Барбалат сравнил данные об экспорте зерна из Молдовы, которые приведены на сайте Национального бюро статистики и те,…
По темпам вакцинации населения Молдова находится среди аутсайдеров Европы
По темпам вакцинации населения Молдова находится среди аутсайдеров Европы На сегодняшний день во всем мире введено около 900 миллионов доз вакцины против COVID. В то время как несколько стран…
Для молдавских фермеров открылся доступ к японскому кредиту
Для молдавских фермеров открылся доступ к японскому кредитуОткрылся доступ к японскому кредиту. Фермеры могут подавать заявки на закупку агротехники в Агентство по развитию и модернизации сельского хозяйства.…
В Криулянском районе построят самый мощный фотоэлектрический парк в Молдове
В Криулянском районе построят самый мощный фотоэлектрический парк в МолдовеСегодня в Криулянском районе состоялось открытие строительной площадки фотоэлектрической электростанции мощностью 2,8 МВт. Стоимость проекта составляет около 3,7 млн евро,…
Сколько лет отмеряно разным знакам зодиака и какие болезни могут их жизнь сократить
Сколько лет отмеряно разным знакам зодиака и какие болезни могут их жизнь сократить Астрологи рассказали, сколько лет жизни «запрограммировано» для каждого представителя зодиакальной дюжины, и какие болезни могут их существенно сократить. Ученые из США провели ряд…
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Baltics Call for Unified European ‘Frontline’ Against Russian Disinformation
In light of the three Baltic States’ and other Central and Eastern European countries’ continued struggle against Russian disinformation, Latvian President Egils Levits emphasized that international law needs to be improved to promote cyber security and limit sovereign countries’ vulnerabilities to information warfare. Speaking at this year’s Munich Security Conference, Levits described the struggle of […]
- Ilinca Dan
Russian propaganda spreads conspiracy that coronavirus could be designed to kill elderly Italians
In a time that calls for international cooperation to fight a common threat, Kremlin mouthpiece Sputnik chooses to spread disinformation about COVID-19. A Sputnik article published on 15 March promoted an entire catalog of unfounded theories about the origin of the coronavirus: from the idea that COVID-19 could originate in Latvia to the suggestion that […]
- Ilinca Dan
Sanctions on the spotlight: Disinformation targets Latvia
Disinformation framing Latvia as Russophobic is part of a long-term campaign, this time resurfacing due to the implementation of US sanctions. Starting from December, pro-Kremlin outlets have been targeting Latvia and accusing it of Russophobia and of acting as a US puppet and a failed state, new analysis by the Centre for East European Studies (CEEPS) has […]
- Ilinca Dan
Facebook takes down 122 Russian military intel accounts that targeted Ukraine
Facebook announced a new takedown of 122 user accounts, pages, groups, and Instagram profiles originating in Russia that violated its policy against foreign or government interference. According to Facebook’s internal investigation, the network had links to Russian military intelligence and primarily targeted Ukraine, along with neighboring countries in the region. The operation was characterized by greater tactical […]
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Disinformation sharpened tensions between Serbia and Montenegro as media misrepresented religion freedom law
The divisive situation around the newly adopted Law on Freedom of Religion in Montenegro has been used by disinformation outlets in the Balkan region to foment division, which resembles the practice earlier detected in Ukraine, Armenia, and Georgia. The adoption of the Law on Freedom of Religion enacted by the Montenegrin Parliament on 27 December 2019 attracted significant […]
עשרות פעילי שמאל הפגינו מול ישיבת הרב שהותקף ביפו: "זו לא התורה שלנו"

המוחים התאספו מול הישיבה "שירת משה", וקראו נגד פינוי משפחות ערביות מהעיר בעודם מחזיקים בשלטים עליהם נכתב "מתנחלים, צאו מ'יאפא' שלנו". צעירים ערבים תועדו שורפים דגלי עיריית ת"א. המשטרה עצרה 2 מפגינות בחשד לתקיפת שוטרים, וילד בחשד לירי זיקוקין - שכבר שוחרר

תומכי נתניהו תקפו את אשתו של אלקין, שהגיבה: "בגללכם הילדים בוכים בלילה"

קבוצת מפגיני ליכוד התעמתו עם משפחתו של חבר הכנסת מתקווה חדשה ברקע המשבר הפוליטי. "אל תבואו אליי - תלכו לבעלי", השיבה אשתו מריה, ובהמשך הגישה תלונה במשטרה. בשבוע שעבר קראו מפגינים לעבר בתו בת ה-5: "כל ערב תסגרי את התריסים, לא תוכלי לצאת מהבית"

הדיל והתרגיל של לפיד ועבאס: ההבטחות לרע"ם בתמורה לתמיכה בהצעה

נציגי רע"ם הגיעו להסכמות עם יו"ר הקואליציה, אך יו"ר יש עתיד פעל מאחורי הקלעים והצליח לסחוף אותם לכיוונו דרך שורת תפקידים בוועדות הכנסת. אחרי שפשרת הליכוד-ימינה נפלה, בנט ושקד יצאו מהאולם בניסיון להמשיך לרקוד על שתי החתונות. זוהר: אמנע הצעות שיטיבו עם עבאס

מנדלבליט נגד הוצאת נתניהו לנבצרות: "אין עילה להתערבות משפטית"

היועץ המשפטי לממשלה כתב לבג"ץ כי יש לדחות את העתירה, לפיה נבצר מראש הממשלה להמשיך לכהן בתפקידו בשל כתבי האישום שהוגשו נגדו. עם זאת, הוא הדגיש כי "לא ניתן לשלול את האפשרות כי תקום עילת נבצרות הנובעת מכך שראש הממשלה הינו נאשם בפלילים"

בגיל 14 ניצת בי חלום הקיבוץ. שנים אחרי, אני מאושר להיות חלק ממנו

הטרקטורים, תורנויות החליבה לפנות בוקר והלינה המשותפת, כל אלה חוויות שעיצבו את מי שאני. אבי בניהו גדל והתעצב בלהבות חביבה, ולמרות כל השינויים, הקיבוץ שלו ידע לחדש את פניו ולהישאר מלא בערכים, תרבות וקהילתיות

In blow to Netanyahu, Arab MKs help anti-Bibi bloc win control of Knesset
Anti-Bibi bloc aims to replace his ally, speaker Levin * PM says Bennett replacing him would be "absurd."
Israel signs agreement with Pfizer for millions more COVID-19 vaccines
Earlier this month, Pfizer halted shipments of coronavirus vaccines to Israel in outrage over its failure to transfer payment for the last 2.5 million doses the company supplied to the country.
New vaccine side effect? In Israel, six people develop herpes zoster
HZ is characterized by a small, red rash that develops on the skin and itches. If complications develop, it can cause nerve damage and pain, including a prolonged burning session on the skin.
Visitors jabbed with Pfizer, Moderna to get green pass - Health Ministry
The authorities are studying a solution for tourists who were inoculated with vaccines not used in Israel, a spokesperson for the Health Ministry told the Post.
A-G to High Court: Netanyahu close to being unfit to serve as PM
The attorney-general said that the intensity of the prime minister's attacks on law enforcement had crossed lines that could serve as a basis for declaring him unfit if such deterioration continued.
Puțini pe liste la vaccinarea anti Covid. În câteva județe nu s-a mai înscris nimeni
Se înscriu tot mai puțini români pe platforma pentru vaccinare! Acum sunt 200 de mii pe listele de așteptare și avem județe în care nu s-a mai înscris nicio persoană. Citește mai departe...
COVID 19 | Omenirea se apropie de cea mai mare rată a infectărilor și cresc îngrijorător decesele. OMS: Ne apropiem de dezastru!
"Ne apropiem de dezastru"! avertizează Organizația Mondială a Sănătății, după ce a constatat că numărul de noi cazuri de covid înregistrate săptămânal s-a dublat în ultimele doua luni. Citește mai departe...
EXCLUSIV. Participarea românească în Afganistan, o campanie de 3 miliarde de lei. Țara noastră se retrage după 19 ani
Luna viitoare România va începe retragerea militarilor din Afganistan. Din motive de securitate, calendarul aducerii acasă a celor puțin peste 600 de militari este secret, însă este sincronizat permanent cu planificările celorlalți membri ai Alianței Nord Atlantice, a declarat pentru Citește mai departe...
În căutarea unui pat ATI Covid, o cursă contracronometru
Puține cazuri noi de covid s-au raportat în ultimul interval de 24 de ore, dar situația de la ATI rămâne critică. Șapte pacienți în stare gravă din mai multe județe ale ţării au fost duși la Iaşi. Citește mai departe...
Peste o sută de hoteluri de pe litoral se pregătesc să-și primească primii turiști în minivacanța de Paște și 1 mai
Pachetele se vând cu rapiditate, iar multe dintre unitățile de cazare deja nu mai au sejururi disponibile. Pentru a atrage clienții, managerii de pe litoral pun la dispoziție transport la biserică în noaptea de Înviere, mese tradiționale și vizite la diferite obiective turistice. Citește mai departe...

Incendiu de proporții în comuna Brăduleț, din județul Argeș! Un bărbat în vârstă de 74 de ani a murit, după ce casa i-a luat foc. Omul nu a reușit să iasă din locuință, în momentul izbucnirii incendiului.

La Favorit TV, pregătirile pentru programul de Paște sunt în toi. De Sfintele sărbători pascale, îndrăgita prezentatoare Raluca Diaconu vă așteaptă la Favorit TV cu muzică pe sufletul românului, tradiții ca...

Medicul legist a comunicat, astăzi, cauza decesului bărbatului imobilizat de polițiști pe terasa unui local din Pitești. Legistul a declarat, cităm: „Moartea fost violentă, bărbatul a murit asfixiat. Am descoperit...

Invitație la distracție, pe Național TV! Echipa Start Show România, a pregătit un spectacol de zile mari, pentru mâine, de la ora 13:00. Diana Matei, Adrian Enache și invitații lor vă așteaptă să petreceți împreună...

Intervenție a liderului PNL, Ludovic Orban, privind tensiunile din coaliția de guvernământ, declanșate în urma demiterii lui Vlad Voiculescu de la șefia Ministerului Sănătății! În niciun stat democratic, un premier...

​SCMU Craiova a învins-o pe U-BT Cluj-Napoca cu 82-77 (13-20, 24-9, 25-22, 20-26), luni, în Bănie, şi a pus astfel capăt seriei ardelenilor de 21 de victorii consecutive în Liga Naţională de baschet masculin.
Premierul Florin Cîțu a declarat luni că a avut comunicare cu Vlad Voiculescu. Ultima discuție, a precizat șeful guvernului, a fost lunea trecută, cu două zile înainte de a-l demite de la Ministerul Sănătății. Nu față în față, ci pe whatsapp.
Japonezul Kei Nishikori (39 ATP) s-a impus în fața argentinianului Guido Pella, scor 4-6, 7-6(4), 6-2, în cel mai interesant duel al zilei de tenis de la Barcelona. Printre cele mai importante nume care au părăsit competiția încă din primul tur se numără Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gilles Simon, Benoit Paire și Nikoloz Basilashvili.
Preşedintele cubanez Miguel Diaz-Canel a fost ales luni prim-secretar al Partidului Comunist cubanez şi preia astfel ştafeta de la Raul Castro, care se retrage la vârsta de 89 de ani, a anunţat luni partidul unic, relatează AFP.
Premierul Florin Cîțu, ministrul interimar al Sănătății, a semnat astăzi Ordinul privind constituirea Comisiei pentru verificarea modului de raportare a deceselor COVID-19. Din componența comisiei fac parte 7 persoane. Ministerul Sănătății precizează că este vorba despre reprezentanți ai ministerului Sănătății, ai INSP, ISU, DSU și un reprezentant al STS, fără a face însă publice numele acestora.
„Dă-i foială local”. Evenimentul marca Rockit Conference 2021 anunță primii speakeri supersonici!
Unul dintre cele mai îndrăgite evenimente digitale din Moldova, Rockit Conference îi „Dă foială local” pe 7-8 mai. Conferința va avea loc în format hibrid (online și offline)și, spre deosebire de anii precedenți, este focusată pe susținerea și oferirea unui set de cunoștințe, conexiuni și abilități inovatorilor digitali la nivel regional și local, dar și tuturor celor care vor să afle know-how-urile de la cei peste 24 de speakeri stelari Rockit din Moldova, România și Ucraina.
20 de pacienți au decedat, iar alte 341 de persoane sunt confirmate pozitiv cu virusul COVID-19
20 de persoane au decedat, iar alte 341 cazuri noi de infectare cu COVID-19 au fost confirmate astăzi în Republica Moldova. Din numărul total de cazuri, trei sunt de import, din Rusia, Turcia și Ucraina. În total, au fost efectuate 2.712 de teste dintre care 1.117 de teste rapide.
Vinurile moldovenești au fost premiate în Germania și Belgia
Vinurile produse în Republica Moldova au fost remarcate la unul dintre cele mai importante concursuri internaționale de vinuri Mundus Vini, care s-a desfășurat în Germania. Parlmaresul țării a fost completat cu 70 de distincții. Vinificatorii moldoveni au adus acasă 34 de medalii de aur, 36 de medalii de argint și o mențiune pentru cea mai înaltă distincție a concursului „The Best of Show White”. Totodată, în cadrul Concursului Mondial de la Bruxelles, țara noastră a obținut alte opt medalii, dintre care două medalii Grand Gold, cinci de aur și o medalie de argint.
Ceban solicită ca mai multe edificii și locații din capitală, printre care și Stadionul Republican, să fie trecute în proprietatea municipalității
Edilul capitalei Ion Ceban a anunțat că va solicita autorităților centrale ca mai multe edificii și terenuri din capitală să fie trecute în proprietatea municipalității. Acesta susține că starea dezastruoasă a mai multor clădiri printre care se numără și Circul din Chișinău ar fi din cauza că municipalitatea nu poate interveni în vederea efectuării lucrărilor de reparație.
SONDAJ in 30 de țări ale lumii: Mai bine de jumătate dintre respondenți sunt de părere ca intr-un an vom reveni la viața de dinaintea Covid
Un studiu recent, publicat la Washington, spune că 59 la sută dintre intervievații chestionați din 30 de țări cred că vom reveni la o viață normală, fără Covid-19, chiar în următoarele 12 luni. Doar unul din cinci oameni consideră că am avea nevoie de mai mult de trei ani pentru a depăși pandemia.
Un băiețel de 10 ani, ACCIDENTAT MORTAL în Chișinău: A fost proiectat de o Honda într-un Kamaz și a decedat pe loc
Un băiat de 10 ani a decedat în această seară, după ce a fost lovit de un automobil de marca Honda, condus de un bărbat de 20 de ani. ...
Un informatician a calculat „cea mai PLICTISITOARE zi din istorie”
În fiecare zi se petrec lucruri interesante în întreaga lume chiar dacă de cele mai multe ori nu aflăm deloc despre unele dintre ele sau af...
Statul care a a ELIMINAT obligativitatea de a purta măşti în aer liber
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