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Haiti PM vows to seek justice for president's assassination

On September 26, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: News

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Ariel Henry said he would bring president Jovenel Moise's assassins to justice. The interim PM has been accused of being involved in the killing.

Russia roasts West over Mali, Afghanistan pullout

On September 26, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: News

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At the UN General Assembly, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hit out at France for opposing the deployment of Russian mercenaries in Mali, and slammed the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.

German election: SPD's front-runner Olaf Scholz is brimming with confidence

On September 26, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: German election

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Euphoria is spreading among the Social Democrats. Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz has a good chance to succeed Angela Merkel and he's out wooing voters with big promises. Sabine Kinkartz hits the road with his campaign.

Armin Laschet: The German conservatives' embattled chancellor candidate

On September 26, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: Germany

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Embattled Christian Democrat Armin Laschet is rallying support for his campaign to replace Angela Merkel. After several gaffes in his campaign, few chances remain to turn round his fortunes.

Global Citizen Live: 24-hour charity concert kicks off

On September 25, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: News

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From the European Commission's Ursula von der Leyen to the more musical performers such as Elton John, public figures have joined the event against climate change, COVID vaccine inequality and famine around the world.

Catalan leader Puigdemont promises to return for extradition hearing

On September 25, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: News

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Spain is still trying to extradite Carles Puigdemont over a 2017 Catalan independence vote conducted without Madrid's consent. The separatist leader said he would leave Italy but return for a hearing next month.

Berlin's Berghain to fully reopen on October 2

On September 25, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: News

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It's the first time since March 2020 that partygoers will be able to dance inside the world-famous techno club. They'll have to be vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 to get past the club's famously strict door policy.

What do different governments think of the Taliban?

On September 25, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: NRS-Import

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The Taliban wish to address the UN General Assembly. But will other nations recognize, let alone engage with them?

Germany's Angela Merkel: What has she achieved for women?

On September 25, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: German election

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The country's first female chancellor has taken on alpha males in the politics world. But as her nearly 16 years in power ends, Merkel has not been able to enact gender parity or equity in many realms. Why not?

German election basics: From the vote to replacing Angela Merkel

On September 23, 2021Source: Deutsche Welle: DW.com - Top Stories
Categories: German election

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Germans go to the polls this Sunday to elect a new Bundestag parliament, which will then determine who replaces Chancellor Angela Merkel. But who can vote? And who can be elected? Here are the main facts.
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The election race could barely be tighter as voters decide who will run Europe's biggest economy.
Two Canadians detained by China are also freed, bringing to an end a three-year diplomatic row.
The Global Citizen: Live festival will see performances from more than 60 artists in six continents.
Bodies of alleged kidnappers are hung in public, a day after a warning executions would resume.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen goes inside Kabul's main jail, where former Taliban inmates are now caretakers.
- Caitlin McFall
Merkel warns against socialist swing as Germans head to the polls
Outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned voters Saturday that a socialist government could “strangulate” businesses and isolate Germany on a global scale.
- Paul Steinhauser
Germany elections: Who will replace Angela Merkel? What you need to know
When German votes head to the polls on Sunday, an extremely familiar name will be absent from the ballot. After serving 16 years as German chancellor, Angela Merkel is not running for reelection.
Witness: Taliban hang dead body in Afghan city’s main square
The Taliban hanged a dead body from a crane in the main square of Herat in western Afghanistan, a witness said Saturday, in a gruesome display that signaled a return to the Taliban’s brutal ways.
- Peter Aitken
Vancouver police discover weapons stash after homeless shot with arrow
The victim, 22, was standing outside a Vancouver women’s center when an arrow struck him clean through the leg, lodged right below his kneecap.
- Peter Aitken
North Korea open to ending war with South 'if conditions met'
Kim Yo-Jong, sister to Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un, made the comments Friday after South Korea's president suggested a new attempt at peace talks.
- Marc DAOU
Who is out to get the judge in charge of Lebanon port explosion probe?
Political pressure and an intense smear campaign have targeted for several weeks Tarek Bitar, the Lebanese judge in charge of the probe into the August 2020 Beirut port blast – stepping up a gear with threats from a senior Hezbollah official. In the eyes of some victims’ family members, this suggests Bitar’s investigation is pointing in the right direction.
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Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou freed by Canada returns to China as diplomatic spat ends
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou returned to China Saturday shortly after two Canadians released from prison in China also arrived in Calgary, ending a bitter diplomatic row that has poisoned ties for three years.
- FRANCE 24
Germany’s Merkel makes final push for successor in knife-edge poll
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday urged Germans to give her would-be successor Armin Laschet the vote to shape Germany's future, in a last-ditch push to shore up his beleaguered campaign 24 hours before Germans vote. All throughout his campaign, the conservative candidate had to build up popularity to face his left-wing opponent Olaf Scholz.
- FRANCE 24
Catalan ex-leader Puigdemont says returning to Belgium before attending October hearing in Italy
Exiled former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont said he would return to Belgium on Monday, but that he would return to Italy for a court hearing there on Spain's extradition request.
- Sébastian SEIBT
Could far-left Die Linke become part of next German government?
As Germany goes to the polls on Sunday in general elections that mark the end of the 16-year Angela Merkel era, the extreme-left party Die Linke stands a greater chance than ever of forming part of a new government – despite its roots in East Germany’s ruling Communists and radical foreign policy making it anathema to many voters.
German election too close to call, polls suggest, as key candidates hold final rallies
The race to succeed Angela Merkel as German chancellor remains wide open ahead of a national election on Sunday, according to the latest polls.
Iran has reported millions of Covid cases. Its much smaller neighbor claims it hasn't had a single one
In the nearly two years since the pandemic began, Turkmenistan has not seen a single case of Covid-19.
Murder of young teacher makes women in London worry it could have been them
When the women of Kidbrooke in southeast London learned Sabina Nessa, an elementary school teacher living in their community, was found murdered in their local park, many had the same thought: It could have been me.
They escaped the Taliban. Now, they're stranded in a foreign country
Afghan refugees fleeing their homeland are making the treacherous journey to Turkey after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. CNN's Arwa Damon speaks to several Afghans who have attempted-- but failed -- to cross into Turkey.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou made a deal with the US government to resolve fraud charges
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is expected to appear in a Brooklyn court Friday to plead guilty to US charges as part of a deal that would allow her to return to China, a person briefed on the matter told CNN. The plea would end a nearly three-year legal saga that has complicated relations between the United States, China and Canada.
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Germany elects a new parliament as well as Angela Merkel's successor on Sunday. The latest polls put the SPD under chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz in the lead with 25 percent, followed by the CDU/CSU with 22 percent and the Greens with 16 percent. As important as the election may be for Europe, most commentators don't believe it will change much in Germany's politics.
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Defiant Clinton tells Twitter to call her ‘Madam Chancellor,’ as fans fantasize on her being POTUS & critics call her ‘Palpatine’
Preview After a not-so-hearty reception of the crowd outside Queen’s University in Belfast, that honored her with the title of its first-ever female chancellor, the ex-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton flaunted caped pics on Twitter. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Living in parallel universe’: Australian PM boasts of Aussies' love of freedom to the UN as police crackdown continues at home
Preview A viral video has contrasted Prime Minister Scott Morrison telling the UN General Assembly that Australia believes in “freedom” and the “dignity of all people” to the Australian cops beating citizens for not wearing masks. Read Full Article at RT.com
- RT
‘I can be much better’: Masterful Usyk promises more after shocking Joshua for heavyweight crown with dazzling London win (VIDEO)
Preview Ukrainian star Oleksandr Usyk is a cruiserweight and three-belt heavyweight champion after boxing clever to dethrone Anthony Joshua in a stunning points win in London, speaking of his pride on his wedding anniversary afterwards. Read Full Article at RT.com
- RT
‘Cold War-style crusade against dissenters’: Lavrov roasts Biden’s idea of ‘democracy summit’ that ‘divides world into us v them’
Preview Russia’s Foreign Minister has criticized the US' idea to convene a “Leader’s Summit for Democracy”, calling it another example of Cold War-style block mentality that would split the international community into “us and them.” Read Full Article at RT.com
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Communists rally in Moscow as party protests about its underwhelming election results in capital despite regional gains
Preview Some 400 people showed up for an unauthorized demonstration staged by Russia’s Communist Party. The communists have rejected the outcome of the parliamentary elections, blaming their poor performance in the city on alleged fraud. Read Full Article at RT.com
Churchill Had Stalin Killed, US Bombed Russian Far East in 50s - Top Russian Official (Video - Mikhail Poltoranin)
by Inessa S ()

What if everything you think you know about Joseph Stalin isn’t true?

Similarly, what if the icon you perceive Winston Churchill to have been – is a mere illusion of history?

Anomalies in the way history is written is nothing new; the more or less objective truth is published many years later.

Top 5 Russian Films About WWII
by Stephen M. Norris (Russia & India Report)

This article originally appeared at Russia & India Report

1. “The Cranes Are Flying” (1957) by Mikhail Kalatozov

Catching a Ride with Hot French Ride Sharing Service BlaBlaCar in Russia
by Fabrice Deprez (bne IntelliNews)

To get to the Russian capital from Vladimir, a city 200km east of Moscow, locals who can’t or won’t drive do not have a whole lot of choices. The train is the fastest and most comfortable method, but the prices vary wildly – from RUB600 ($9) to RUB4700 ($70) – depending on the train, and the schedule isn’t the most accommodating. Buses leave the station almost every hour, with a trip costing about RUB450, cheaper than any train ticket.

No, US Lend-Lease Did Not Win WWII
by Evgeniy Spitsyn (Oriental Review)

This article originally appeared at Oriental Review

Remembering NATO's Ruthless Bombing Campaign in Serbia
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Based on a report from RT

- Adolfo Flores
Immigrants Who Escaped The Texas Camp Crackdown Are Facing Another Set Of Dire Circumstances In Mexico
“I’d like to stay here in Mexico, but I’m scared because I don’t have permission to be here,” one immigrant told BuzzFeed News. “I don't know what to do."

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- Karla Zabludovsky
How A Mission To Turn A Haitian Town Into A Surfing Destination Failed To Live Up To Its Promise
Surfing was a profitable enterprise in Jacmel, as locals rented out boards and hosted lessons. But the project’s recent struggles reflect the difficulty of obtaining resources in a country battered by a series of catastrophes.

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- Azeen Ghorayshi
Top Scientists At The FDA And WHO Are Arguing Against COVID-19 Booster Shots
In a review published on Monday, the experts said the evidence does not show that boosters are needed for the general population.

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- Ellie Hall
Prince Andrew Has Been Served With A Sexual Abuse Lawsuit By Jeffrey Epstein Accuser Virginia Giuffre
The person who served the papers told the court that the first time he tried, Andrew's security team said they weren't allowed to accept anything court-related.

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- Reuters in La Palma
La Palma residents warned of ‘evolution of volcanic emergency’

People evacuated from three towns are told they cannot return as volcano has entered new explosive phase

The airport on the Spanish island of La Palma was closed on Saturday because of an ash cloud spewing out of a volcano that has been erupting for a week, and scientists said another volcanic vent had opened up, exposing islanders to possible new dangers.

The eruption began on 19 September and has increased in intensity in recent days, prompting the evacuation of three further villages on La Palma. Almost 7,000 people have had to abandon their homes.

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- Akhtar Mohammad Makoii
Taliban publicly display bodies of alleged kidnappers in Herat

Four corpses taken to main square and hung from cranes by Afghanistan’s Islamist regime

Taliban authorities in the western Afghan city of Herat killed four alleged kidnappers and hung their bodies up in public to deter others, a local government official has said, in a sign of Afghanistan’s new rulers’ return to their harsh version of Islamic justice.

Graphic footage shows the dead bodies of at least four men with their clothes covered in blood hanging from cranes in the city’s main squares as people watch.

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- Helen Davidson in Taipei and agencies
China’s act of ‘hostage diplomacy’ comes to end as two Canadians freed

Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor were released hours after Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was freed in Canada

The more than 1,000-day ordeal of two Canadian citizens, detained by Beijing in what critics had labelled an act of “hostage diplomacy” over a Chinese executive arrested on US fraud charges, came to an end on Saturday, with all parties arriving back on their respective home soil.

The plane carrying Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor arrived in Calgary, a location which had not been publicly disclosed. The Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, embraced them on the tarmac. The plane had left Chinese airspace just hours after US authorities reached an agreement allowing Chinese Huawei executive, Meng Wanzhou, to return to China in exchange for admitting wrongdoing in a fraud case.

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- Philip Oltermann in Berlin
German election on knife edge as months of coalition wrangling loom

The country faces ‘Dutch-style’ political era with main parties neck and neck before Sunday’s poll

Germany is braced to enter a new “Dutch-style” political era after federal elections on Sunday, as a knife-edge vote points to months of complicated coalition wrangling.

Outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel joined the campaign trail at a rally in the western city of Aachen on Friday night in an attempt to help her designated successor from the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Armin Laschet, close the gap on the centre-left Social Democratic party (SPD).

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- Helen Davidson and Martin Farrer
How fall of property giant Evergrande sent a shockwave through China

All eyes are on Xi Jinping as expectation grows that the government will have to intervene to protect small creditors

In May 2020, Chen (not his real name) decided to invest 300,000 yuan (£34,000) in property in the north-eastern Chinese city of Shenyang. “I thought the price was not too expensive and I had some extra money so I invested it,” he said. “I thought it was going to be all right because Evergrande is such a big name and enterprise.”

Chen was following in the footsteps of countless fellow Chinese, getting in on a booming property market that had turned big cities such as Beijing, Shenzhen and Shanghai into some of the world’s most expensive, amid the huge transfer of the population from rural to urban areas.

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- By Amanda Coletta
China’s ‘hostage diplomacy’ standoff with Canada is over. But how much damage was done?
A seemingly intractable dispute might have ended. But questions about the future of Canada's ties with China remained.
- By Amanda Coletta
Canada’s ‘two Michaels’ back home after more than 1,000 days imprisoned in China as Huawei’s Meng cuts deal with U.S.
Former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor were detained several days after Canada arrested Meng on a U.S. extradition request.
- By Susannah George
How Afghanistan’s security forces lost the war
Building Afghanistan’s national security forces was one of the most ambitious and expensive aspects of two decades of U.S.-led war. It resulted in failure.
- By Loveday Morris, Rick Noack and William Glucroft
Germany awaits ‘generational change’ in wide-open election to succeed Merkel
Candidates made the their pitches before Sunday's voting.

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Italians come out to demand support for Afghan women
Thousands of people demonstrated in cities across Italy to support Afghan women.
Canadians, Chinese executive return home in prisoner swap
China, the U.S. and Canada completed a high-stakes prisoner swap Saturday with joyous homecomings for two Canadians held by China and for an executive of Chinese global communications giant Huawei Technologies charged with fraud
UK looks abroad to ease trucker shortage amid run on gas
In a U-turn, Britain says it will issue thousands of emergency visas to foreign truck drivers to help fix supply-chain problems that have caused empty supermarket shelves, long lines at gas stations and shuttered petrol pumps
Catalonia's Puigdemont to attend October extradition hearing
Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont is vowing to keep travelling throughout Europe to campaign for the region’s independence from Spain
Over 100 officials resign from Tunisia's main Islamist party
More than 100 officials of Tunisia’s Islamist party Ennahdha have announced their resignations to protest their leadership's inability to confront the nation's political crisis
German Officials Fear Increase in Pandemic-Fueled Radicalism in Wake of Murder
A man arrested for shooting and killing a 20-year-old gas station cashier last week appears to have been influenced by far-right ideologies and conspiracy theories. Security officials worry that a scene that denies the coronavirus is growing increasingly radical.
Former Australian PM Kevin Rudd: "A Cold War with China Is Probable and Not Just Possible"
China presents a significant threat, believes former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Which is why, he says, the West must work together rather than engage in the kind of bickering triggered by the recent submarine deal between Australia and the United States.
An Opportunity Lost: How Germany's Green Party Went from Top to Flop
This spring, the Green Party was soaring in the polls and it even looked as though their candidate, Annalena Baerbock, could become chancellor. But then, it all fell apart. What happened?
Interview with Merkel’s Former Foreign Policy Adviser: “I Have Eliminated the ‘West’ from My Vocabulary”
Christoph Heusgen served for 12 years as Angela Merkel’s top foreign policy adviser. In an interview, he speaks about the chancellor’s successes, mistakes, the amateurish nature of Donald Trump’s government and the right approach to an ascendant China.
Blueberries for Europe: Portugal Mortgages Its Future for Present-Day Agricultural Profits
The berry market has transformed Portugal as plantations have sprung up in recent years. Conditions for workers are problematic and an already dry region is quickly using up its water supplies.

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- Associated Press
Volcanic Ash Cloud Closes La Palma Airport
The recent volcanic eruption is the first since 1971 on La Palma, which has a population of 85,000
- Associated Press
Huawei Executive Returns as China Releases Two Canadians
“I have finally returned to the warm embrace of the motherland," Meng Wanzhou said
- Ian Bremmer
Biden Laid Out an Ambitious Global Agenda at the UN General Assembly. Here’s How It Compares to Reality
The agenda Biden laid out at the U.N. was plenty ambitious, from COVID-19 to climate change. Does he mean what he says?
- Justin Worland
EU Climate Chief: U.S. and Europe Need to Tackle Climate Change Together
A few short months before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, announced an ambitious initiative to tackle climate change that would transform every sector of the economy. The so-called Green Deal aims to cut Europe’s emissions 55% in the next decade, putting the bloc on…
- Bloomberg
China Says All Cryptocurrency Transactions Are Illegal
All crypto-related transactions, including services provided by offshore exchanges to domestic residents, are illicit financial activities, China's central bank said
Ash cloud closes Spain’s La Palma airport as new volcanic vent emerges
The airport on the Spanish island of La Palma shut down on Saturday because of an ash cloud spewing out of a volcano that has been erupting for a week, and scientists said another volcanic vent opened up, exposing islanders to possible new dangers.The intensity of the eruption that began Sept. 19 has increased in recent days, prompting the evacuation of three additional villages on the island, part of Spain’s Canary Islands archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean off northwest Africa. Almost 7,000…
Russian foreign minister: we are working with China, US and Pakistan to keep Taliban in check
The United States, China, Russia and Pakistan are working together to ensure that Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, especially to form a genuinely representative government and prevent extremism from spreading, Russia’s foreign minister said on Saturday.Sergey Lavrov said representatives from Russia, China and Pakistan had travelled to the Qatari capital of Doha and then to Afghanistan’s capital Kabul to engage with both the Taliban and representatives of “secular…
Rome is being invaded by groups of rubbish-seeking wild boars
Rome has been invaded by Gauls, Visigoths and vandals over the centuries, but the Eternal City is now grappling with a rampaging force of an entirely different sort: rubbish-seeking wild boars.Entire families of wild boars have become a daily sight in Rome, as groups of 10-30 beasts young and old emerge from the vast parks surrounding the city to trot down traffic-clogged streets in search of food in Rome’s notoriously overflowing rubbish bins.Posting wild boar videos on social media has become…
Hundreds gather in Moscow to protest against alleged online election tampering
Russian President Vladimir Putin praised last week‘s parliamentary elections as “free and fair” on Saturday, while hundreds of people gathered in Moscow to protest against the results of the polls that were overshadowed by massive accusations of fraud.“The elections themselves were held openly and in strict accordance with the law,” Putin said during talks with top politicians from all parties represented in the new State Duma. He pointed to the fact that a new, fifth force is now represented…
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in New York to meet deputy UN chief
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited the United Nations in New York on Saturday to meet UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed during the 193-member world body’s annual gathering of leaders.“It was a lovely meeting,” Markle told reporters as the couple left UN headquarters.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in New York to attend the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park later on Saturday, which aims to push for greater action to combat climate change and urge rich countries to share…
Businessinsider.co.za | An Afghan restaurant's sales dropped 80% after the Taliban takeover. Owner says there is no hope for entrepreneurs like him.
The owner of Laziz Mahal Restaurant in Kabul, Afghanistan, told Insider his business has been badly affected since the Taliban took over last month.
Businessinsider.co.za | You can earn a master's degree in coffee through a 9-month programme in Italy
From cultivating coffee trees to roasting coffee beans, students learn every step of the coffee-making process in a city with a unique coffee culture.
News24.com | More infectious delta variant extinguishes beta, study shows
A study shows that the delta variant, first identified in India, drove a third wave of infections in the country.
News24.com | Catholic Church apologises to Canada indigenous peoples for school abuses
The Catholic Church apologised "unequivocally" on Friday to Canada's indigenous peoples for a century of abuses at church-run residential schools set up by the government to assimilate children into the mainstream.
News24.com | Merkel's final push for party and stability in knife-edge polls
Chancellor Angela Merkel travels to Aachen on Saturday, hometown of her would-be successor Armin Laschet, in a last-ditch push to shore up his beleaguered campaign 24 hours before Germans vote.
COVID-19 booster shots could rake in billions for some vaccine makers
For Pfizer and Moderna, the COVID-19 vaccine boosters could be more profitable than the original doses because they won't come with research and development costs.
Germans set to vote as Angela Merkel’s 16-year tenure comes to an end
Germany's closely fought election on Sunday will set the direction of the European Union's most populous country after 16 years under Angela Merkel.
Neo-Nazis are still active on Facebook — and they’re making money
The Battle of the Nibelungs — a reference to a classic epic much loved by Nazis — is one of dozens of far-right groups that continue to leverage mainstream social media for profit.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou lands in Shenzhen, China after Canada release
Meng Wanzhou was released after spending more than 1,000 days under house arrest in Canada.
U.S. military sees some progress 10 years after ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ repeal
Advocates say the military needs to do more to include people with HIV, as well as non-binary and intersex people.
Commentary: Ships are sailing into climate catastrophe. Here’s how they can change course
Low-carbon fuels are a distant reality. The industry needs to do everything possible now to cut emissions over the next decade, says a researcher.
Commentary: China should not expect a fast pass to join Pacific trade pact
Accession to the trade deal requires unanimous consent of all active members, and geopolitics will weigh heavily on the CPTPP, says Mireya Solis.
- Noi.md
Ce medicamente nu trebuie să iei niciodată dacă ai răcit
În sezonul rece trebuie să fii norocoasă ca să nu răcești. Organismul este foarte slăbit, iar virusurile se lipesc cu ușurință de noi. Este foarte important să avem o alimentație corespunzătoare, bogată în vitamine, care să ne ajute să ne apărăm de microbi și virusuri, atît cît se poate. Dimpotrivă, la cele mai mici semne de răceală, noi sîntem tentate să apelăm la tot felul de pastile care
- Noi.md
Vrei să mănînci bine cu bani puțini
Nu este obligatoriu să cheltui mulți bani, pentru a mânca sănătos. Te învățăm cum să alegi cele mai bune produse, cu bani puțini. Congelează alimentele Cel mai simplu mod de a mânca sănătos cu bani puțini este să cumperi alimente sănătoase în cantități mari, când au prețul cel mai mic, și să le bagi în congelator. Fructele și legumele de sezon, de exemplu, sunt mult mai ieftine, așa că ia o
- Noi.md
De ce ajung oamenii să doarmă din ce în ce mai puţin
Un studiu realizat în Marea Britanie arată că dormim din ce în ce mai puţin de la un an la altul. Înainte de a ne culca obişnuim să ne uităm la televizor, să stăm pe internet, să ne verificăm conturile reţelelor de socializare sau să trimitem mail-uri. Din momentul în care ne băgăm în pat şi pînă adormim mai trece o oră. Concluzia aparţine unui studiu britanic, ale cărui rezultate arată că lapt
- Noi.md
Află cum previi îmbolnăvirea cînd lucrezi prea mult la serviciu
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- Noi.md
Ce mănîncă oamenii care nu se îmbolnăvesc niciodată de inimă
Un studiu făcut în SUA estimează că, pînă în anul 2020, bolile de inimă vor fi principala cauză de mortalitate. Peste 25 de milioane de oameni ar putea să moară anual din cauza complicaţiilor la inimă. Deoarece aceste boli au ca principală cauză alimentaţia, specialiștii vă recomandă ce alimente să consumați pentru a vă menține sănătatea inimii. Peştele Asociaţia Americană pentru Sănăt
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Ce sunt Querdenken și mișcarea Reichsbürger. Votanții germani devin ținta teoriilor conspirației înainte de alegerile de duminică
Înaintea alegerilor federale din Germania din această duminică, scrutin în urma căruia va fi ales noul cancelar al Germaniei, teoriile conspirației au început să se răspândească în mediul online.
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Stocurile de gaze naturale din Europa au ajuns la cel mai mic volum din ultimii zece ani. Potrivit analiștilor, citaţi de Reuters, depozitele au fost epuizate de iarna trecută, din cauza temperaturilor scăzute.
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Partidul ceh de extremă-dreapta SPD, care ar putea juca un rol în formarea noului guvern al Cehiei luna viitoare, va cere cabinetului să propună o legislație care ar putea duce la un referendum privind ieșirea din UE, a spus, miercuri, liderul partidului, Tomio Okamura,
Ce moştenire lasă actualul cancelar german, Angela Merkel, pentru Europa Centrală şi de Est
În condiţiile în care cursa pentru desemnarea succesorului cancelarului german Angela Merkel a intrat pe ultima sută de metri, apar poziţii cu privire la moştenirea lăsată de aceasta Europei şi, în special, Europei Centrale şi de Est.
Cu muzică şi claxoane: Cicliști din Capitală au parcurs 92 de kilometri
39 de tineri au parcurs cu bicicletele 92 de kilometri, pentru a marca venirea toamnei. Tinerii şi-au dat întâlnire sâmbătă, în parcul Alunelul din Capitală, şi au pornit spre Căpriana. După ce au ajuns, şi-au încărcat bateriile şi au făcut cale întoarsă.
Noi cazuri de COVID-19 confirmate în Republica Moldova în ultimele 24 de ore
Alte 647 de cazuri noi de infectare cu COVID-19 au fost confirmate astăzi în Republica Moldova.Din numărul total de cazuri, 7 cazuri asociate cu contact în afara țării: 1-Bulgaria, 1-Franța, 1-Grecia, 1-Italia, 1-România, 1-Spania, 1-Turcia.
Alți 14 moldoveni au fost răpuși de COVID-19
Alți 14 moldoveni au murit din cauza COVID-19, în ultimele 24 de ore. Astfel, bilanţul deceselor provocate de noul coronavirus a ajuns la 6 679 în țara noastră.
Pilotul britanic Lando Norris a obţinut primul său pole position din Formula 1
Britanicul Lando Norris a obţinut primul său pole position din Formula 1. Pilotul a obținut această performanță în calificările Marelui Premiu al Rusiei pe circuitul stradal de la Soci.
Au urcat beți la volan. Ce pedeapsă riscă cinci indivizi care au condus în stare de ebrietate
Cinci şoferi au fost prinşi beţi la volan în noaptea de vineri spre sâmbătă pe străzile Capitalei. Doi dintre ei erau în stare avansată de ebrietate, iar unul a refuzat să treacă testul alcoolscopic. Mai mult, acesta conducea fără permis de conducere.
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Creatorii de conținut știu că materialele video au un potențial mare de a genera venituri substanțiale pe marile platforme online, dar, evident, câștigurile variază în funcție de fiecare. Doi creatori de conținut video, Dan Shaba și John Nonny, ambii foști muzicieni care au trecut pe zona de comedie, administrează fiecare câte o pagină de Facebook. […] Articolul Facebook vs YouTube: Câți bani plătesc platformele la fiecare milion de vizualizări apare prima dată în Realitatea.md.
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Patru elevi din Republica Moldova s-au calificat în cadrul concursului „Hippo English Olympiad”. Este vorba despre o olimpiadă internațională care promovează limba engleză, provocând elevii din întreaga lume să concureze în cunoașterea acestei limbi, având ca scop și cooperarea dintre profesori, transmite SafeNews.md cu referire la diez.md. Elevii premiați în cadrul olimpiadei: –  Alina Munteanu – elevă la […] Articolul Elevi din R. Moldova, premiați la olimpiada internațională de limba engleză apare prima dată în SafeNews.
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Mai multe persoane au fost lovite de un vitezoman pe o trecere de pietoni din oraşul rusesc Sankt Petersburg. Una dintre victime se află la terapie intensivă. Momentul accidentului a fost surprins de o cameră de supraveghere. Numeroase echipaje de medici şi poliţişti au intervenit de urgență la fața locului.  Șoferul care a provocat accidentul […] Articolul TRAGEDIE! Un vitezoman a lovit câteva persoane pe o trecere de pietoni apare prima dată în SafeNews.
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Călătoria către această nouă realitate a fost oarecum previzibilă, deoarece mai mulți factori cheie, printre care lipsa forajului, subinvestiția n
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În prima jumătate a acestui an, moldovenii au depus 2.150 de cereri de azil în statele UE, din care 1.480 au fost pentru prima dată. Circa 83% din cererile de azi ale moldovenilor depuse în statele UE au fost în Germania şi Franţa, arată date ale Eurostat. Peste o sută de mii de persoane au […] Articolul Care sunt principalele destinaţii pentru azil în UE ale moldovenilor apare prima dată în SafeNews.

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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 […]
- Ilinca Dan
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 […]
הסיפור מאחורי הלהיט המפתיע של עונת הפרסים

איך הפך סרט דל-תקציב, דובר קוריאנית ונטול כוכבים בינלאומיים לאחד השמות החמים של עונת האוסקרים? שיחה עם יוצר וכוכבי "מינארי", הסרט המפתיע שמעתה ירגש גם את הקהל הישראלי

ירי כבד לעבר כוחות צה"ל במהלך פעילות מבצעית באזור ג'נין

חמושים פלסטינים פתחו בירי לעבר חיילי צה"ל במהלך מבצע מעצרים נרחב באזור הכפר בורוקין שבאזור ג'נין. מספר מחבלים נפגעו, בהם שני מחבלים הרוגים. לפי דיווחים, צה"ל השתלט על מבנה בכפר ומשיב ממנו ירי לעבר החמושים. ירי נפתח לעבר הכוחות גם באזור רמאללה

אל קצה ההר: מסלולי הפסגה הכי יפים בארץ

"לעולם אל תחשב את גובה ההר לפני שהגעת לפסגה. רק אז תבין כמה זה היה קצר", אמר הדיפלומט השבדי דאג המרשלד. או במילים פשוטות: לכו לטפס על הר. זה הרבה יותר פשוט ומגניב ממה שאתם חושבים. אז רגע לפני שרוחות החורף מסתערות על פסגות ההרים ומקפיאות אותן, זה הזמן לצאת לכמה טיולים בקצה הרים בארץ, עם או בלי טיפוס מייגע. הנה מסלולי הפסגות הכי יפים בארץ.

"הקדושים של ניוארק" ממחיש שלטוני סופרנו לא היה שום סיכוי

הדרישה לעוד ועוד תכנים טלוויזיוניים בשנים האחרונות, הביאה כידוע להמון תחיות מחודשות ומותגים מוכרים שחזרו אל המסך. היא איפשרה גם לכמה מהסדרות הגדולות בתולדות המדיום לקשור קצוות אחרי סיומת חפוזה ובלתי צפויה ("דדווד: הסרט"), או לעשות צדק עם דמות ראשית שנדחקה אל השוליים ("אל קמינו: שובר שורות - הסרט"). עכשיו זה קורה עם עוד סדרת מופת, למעשה - הסדרה שהגדירה מחדש את הטלוויזיה מאז שעלתה ב-HBO ב-1999. בניגוד ל"דדווד" או "שובר שורות", "הקדושים של ניוארק - סיפור מהסופרנוס" עולה לאקרנים בבתי הקולנוע (ובארצות הברית במקביל גם בשירות הסטרימינג HBO מקס, למגינת לב היוצר דיוויד צ'ייס). בניגוד להן הסרט החדש אף לא בא לסגור מעגל שהיה הכרחי לקהל או ליוצר. הוא גם לא יצירה שמוקדשת בלעדית למעריצים בלבד, אלא בהחלט עומדת בפני עצמה. אלא שבעוד האחרונים ייהנו מעוד סיפור גנגסטרים אסתטי ועשוי היטב שעומד בפני עצמו, צופי "הסופרנוס" ייחשפו למשהו מורכב ומספק בהרבה. צ'ייס עצמו כתב את התסריט יחד עם חברו הוותיק לורנס קונר, שהיה גם אחד מתסריטאי "הסופרנוס". התקף לב מנע מהיוצר לביים בעצמו, כך שהמלאכה הופקדה בידיו של אלן טיילור, אף הוא במאי קבוע של הסדרה המקורית (כמו גם של שפע סדרות נוספות של HBO וכן סרטים כמו "ת'ור: העולם האפל" ו"שליחות קטלנית: בראשית").

נער ניסה למדוד את איבר מינו עם כבל USB - והגיע לבית החולים

נער בן 15 אושפז לאחר שהכניס כבל USB לאיבר מינו בניסיון למדוד את אורכו, כך דווח בתיאור המקרה ב-Urology Case Reports. הנער, המתגורר בבריטניה, הגיע למחלקת החירום בבית החולים המקומי עם הבעיה יוצאת הדופן, כשבנוסף לכבל ה-USB שהוכנס אל איבר מינו ונתקע שם, ככשני הקצוות שלו תלויים בחוץ, הניסיונות הרבים שלו להסירו בעצמו גרמו לו לאבד הרבה דם. צוות בית החולים כשל בניסיון לשלוף את הכבל בעזרת כלים מיוחדים בשל מיקומם של הקשרים, והוא הועבר בדחיפות לבית החולים האוניברסיטאי בלונדון להמשך טיפול. שם הוא ביקש להיבדק ללא נוכחות אמו, והתוודה בפני הצוות כי הכניס את הכבל כיוון שרצה למדוד את אורך איבר מינו באמצעות כבל ולא סרגל חיצוני מתוך "סקרנות מינית". הרופאים שטיפלו בו כתבו שהמטופל היה מתבגר בריא ללא היסטוריה של הפרעות נפש.

PM Bennett: Anti-Israel group in House failed in Iron Dome vote
Bennett will meet with Bahrain Foreign Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani and United Arab Emirates Minister of State in the Foreign Ministry Khalifa Shaheen Almarar on Sunday evening.
Lapid secretly met with Jordan's King Abdullah - report
PM Naftali Bennett and President Isaac Herzog have also met with King Abdullah, in what is seen as a series of overtures to repair Israel's relationship with its neighbour
Firefight breaks out between Palestinians, Israeli forces in West Bank
A firefight broke out between Palestinian and Israeli security forces as the Israeli forces arrested a number of suspects.
535 deaths from corona in Israel in September
221 COVID patients ventilated, most since March, including two new mothers • Coronavirus cabinet not supposed to meet until Wednesday • Experts say serious cases should decline in a few weeks
Trump says he did 'pretty much the opposite' of Fauci's COVID advice
Former US President Donald Trump said in an interview that he ignored the advice of top immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci, who served on Trump's Coronavirus Task Force.
EXCLUSIVITATE Rezultatul alegerilor din Rusia, contestat în stradă, la Moscova
La o săptămâna după alegerile din Duma de Stat, soldate cu victoria partidului pro-Kremlin, celelalte formaţiuni politice denunţă o fraudă, mai ales la Moscova. Citește mai departe...
Controale în Capitală în prima zi de scenariu roșu. Polițiștii se plâng că nu au suficiente tablete pentru a verifica certificatele Covid
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România se îndreaptă spre cel mai negru scenariu, cu peste 2.500 de cazuri Covid la ATI
România suportă tot mai greu valul 4 al pandemiei. Specialiștii în sănătate ne avertizează că ne îndreptăm spre cel mai rău scenariu, cu până la 2.500 de cazuri grave de terapie intensivă. Adică mult peste capacitatea de a trata. Citește mai departe...
Ionuț Moșteanu (USR PLUS), prima reacție după alegerea lui Florin Cîțu la șefia PNL: Mâine ne așezăm la masă dacă dl. Cîțu vine cu o propunere de premier
USR PLUS a reacționat imediat după alegerea lui Florin Cîțu ca președinte al PNL. Iată ce a declarat pentru TVR purtătorul de cuvânt al USR PLUS, Ionuț Moșteanu: Citește mai departe...
Ludovic Orban a anunțat că demisionează de la șefia Camerei Deputaților. "Din momentul de față, între Ludovic Orban și Klaus Iohannis nu mai există niciun parteneriat!"
Imediat după anunțarea rezultatelor votului pentru șefia PNL, Ludovic Orban a anunțat că demisionează din funcția de președinte al Camerei Deputaților. El a transmis și un mesaj președintelui Klaus Iohannis. Citește mai departe...

Nereguli grave, descoperite la ocolul silvic Dealu Negru din județul Suceava! Potrivit ministrului Mediului, Tánczos Barna, Garda Forestieră Suceava a descoperit fapte ilegale în zona ocolului silvic Dealu Negru. 

Dacă e duminică, e timpul pentru o nouă ediție a emisiunii dumneavoastră preferate, ”Start Show România”! Gazdele spectacolului de televiziune, Diana Matei și Adrian Enache, v-au pregătit, pentru mâine...

Congresul PNL s-a desfășurat într-o atmosferă tensionată, la Romexpo. Susținătorii celor doi candidați, Florin Cîțu și Ludovic Orban, s-au manifestat zgomotos, au fost chiar momente în care s-a făcut apel la calm și decență...

Utilizarea certificatului verde Covid-19, împotmolită în fracturile normelor legale!Reprezentanții Sindicatului Europol avertizează că introducerea acestui certificat pentru accesul în restaurante sau la spectacole nu poate...

A început distribuirea, în școli, a chestionarelor pentru vaccinarea elevilor cu vârste de peste 12 ani împotriva coronavirusului, în care părinții își pot exprima intenția cu privire la imunizarea copiilor.

Când alegerile de duminică îl vor identifica pe succesorul Angelei Merkel, acea persoană va fi primul ocupant nou al celei mai influente funcții alese din Europa din ultimii 16 ani. Chiar și simpla schimbare a conducerii va fi un șoc pentru întregul continent. Germania este cea mai avansată putere economică din UE (deși Franța se consideră egalul ei din punct de vedere politic).
​​Congresul PNL sau ziua când Florin Cîțu a fost huiduit în sală, dar votat la urne, iar miile de liberali veniți din țară în București s-au înghesuit la poze, la voturi și la mici. Un fost moderator TV a împărțit măști jurnalistelor, un fost președinte de partid a făcut pe MC-ul anunțurilor sanitare, un străin l-a păcălit pe Cîțu și s-a tras în selfie cu Orban, unui președinte i s-a pus sub picioare un covor proaspăt scos din țiplă, iar un liberal a agresat o jurnalistă pentru că filma haosul din fața cabinelor de vot. În timp ce în sală atmosfera semăna mai degrabă cu un meci de fotbal, afară s-a protestat cu un ciolan, iar la terase s-a sărbătorit cu un mic.Vezi în articol un videoreportaj marca HotNews.ro cu imagini ce nu s-au văzut la TV de la congresul PNL.
FCSB a reușit să învingă greu echipa de pe ultimul loc în clasament, Academica Clinceni, în etapa a X-a a Ligii 1. A fost 3-2 pe Arena Națională pentru roș-albaștri.
Stefano Pioli, tehnicianul lui AC Milan, vine cu o propunere incredibilă pentru a face fotbalul mondial mai atractiv. Antrenorul ar vrea ca, odată ce echipele trec de jumătatea terenului, să nu mai aibă posibilitatea paselor înapoi.​
Autorităţile talibane din oraşul Herat din vestul Afganistanului au ucis patru presupuşi răpitori şi le-au atârnat cadavrele în public pentru a-i descuraja pe alţii, a declarat sâmbătă un oficial guvernamental local.
Protest împotriva rezultatelor alegerilor parlamentare din Rusia, la apelul Partidului Comunist
Peste 1.000 de persoane s-au adunat sâmbătă în centrul Moscovei pentru a protesta împotriva rezultatelor alegerilor parlamentare de săptămâna trecută, câştigate cu o largă majoritate de partidul de guvernământ Rusia Unită, dar care au fost umbrite de acuzaţii masive de fraudă, relatează DPA şi EFE, citat de Agerpres.ro.
647 cazuri noi de COVID-19, confirmate în R. Moldova. Șapte sunt de import
647 de cazuri noi de infectare cu COVID-19 au fost confirmate astăzi în Republica Moldova. Șapte cazuri sunt asociate cu contact în afara țării, cu Bulgaria, Franța, Grecia, Italia, România, Spania și Turcia. În total s-au efectuat 5.380, dintre care 1.366 teste Rapid -Antigen. Bilanțul cazurilor de COVID-19 în țara noastră a ajuns la 288.377.
Deținuții din închisoarea din Kabul, eliberați de talibani au devenit gardieni
Unul dintre momentele cheie ale luptei pentru Kabul a fost cel în care talibanii au eliberat mii de deținuți din închisoarea principală a orașului. Acum, unii dintre cei eliberați din închisoarea Pul-e-Charkhi au devenit angajați ai acesteia, relatează BBC, scrie Digi24.ro.
Circulația trenului Chişinău-Bucureşti va fi reluată în noiembrie, după mai bine de un an şi jumătate în care aceasta a fost sistată
Trenul din Chişinău va circula din nou spre Bucureşti, asta după ce mai bine de un an şi jumătate circulația acestuia a fost sistată. Conducerea Întreprinderii de Stat Calea Ferată din Moldova a declarat că trenul va circula de la începutul lunii noiembrie, însă data exactă urmează să fie stabilită împreună cu administraţia Căilor Ferate Române, scrie TVR Moldova.
Judocanul Denis Vieru a câștigat aurul la Grand Prix-ul de la Zagreb (VIDEO)
Judocanul moldovean, Denis Vieru a câștigat Grand Prix-ul de la Zagreb după ce a oobținut patru victorii în categoria 66 kg. Acesta s-a luptat cu finlandezul Luukas Saha, sârbul Strahinja Buncic, spaniolul Daniel Perez Roman și rusul Abdula Abdulzhalilov.

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