© Lev Fedoseyev/TASS MOSCOW, April 11. /TASS/. More than 70 thousand people joined the military-Patriotic movement “Uname”, said the Minister of defence of the Russian Federation General of the army Sergei Shoigu at the meeting of the public Council under the Russian defense Ministry. “For 10 months of the regional branch of the movement created in all constituent entities of the Russian Federation, and its population today has reached 70 thousand boys and girls,” he said.
In Oregon demanded to lift the ban on the duel between the officials Senator of the U.S. state of Oregon Brian Boquist declared intention to achieve cancellation of the act of 1845, prohibiting local civil servants to shoot in duels. In those days, in the beginning of the last century, not only in Russia, duels claimed the lives of the best people in the United States in a duel from Vice President Aaron Burr died in 1804, the famous American politician Alexander Hamilton, participated in duels and U.S. President Andrew Jackson, and even Abraham Lincoln agreed to a duel once, but the conflict is settled the seconds reminds Meduza. The prohibition of civil servants to duel was introduced in 1845 as part of the provisional laws of Oregon before it became a state in the USA. The region was then ruled jointly by the USA and great Britain; law on
The Berlin school has banned teacher to wear a cross Teacher in a state school in Berlin have been banned from wearing a cross around her neck, told the local pastor Berlin Newspapers. Priest, Carsten Dankner told reporters that the woman on seeing him, gave him a written order to the Director of the school in Berlin’s wedding district. It is reported that the local Synod of the Evangelical Church began an investigation into the incident. The school administration demanded of the teacher to remove the cross, citing a law prohibiting public servants from wearing religious symbols at work, says Berliner Zeitung. The debate about whether to wear religious symbols in the workplace, conducted across Europe. In 2012, four British Christian, claiming that they lost their jobs as a result of discrimination on religious grounds, and appealed to the European court of human rights in Strasbourg. Among the plaintiffs was
Who: walking barefoot makes the people of Uganda in the people-elephants Researchers from the world health organization found that residents of the Republic of Uganda — States in East Africa are suffering from elephant disease because of lack of hygiene. The results of their work, scientists reported in the American journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. A summary article can be found on the website EurekAlert! Elephant disease, or lymphatic filariasis, is a tropical disease. According to who estimates, today it’s infected more than 120 million people worldwide and about 40 million of them were disabled. Basically infection occurs when the roundworm of the family Filarioidea enters the human body through a mosquito bite. Symptoms — painful and disfiguring. Increase the infected part of the body (usually a limb or the scrotum) due to overgrowth of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, which is lymphatic congestion and edema. News17 tips for
Photo: RIA Novosti The Federation Council at plenary session on Wednesday is going to adopt a statement in connection with a rocket strike the U.S. on the Syrian air base, told RIA Novosti on Monday the first Deputy head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Vladimir Jabbarov. “Today in Committee, we will discuss the draft statement on US aggression against Syria, and on Wednesday planned to consider it. It will appeal to the parliaments of the world,” — said dzhabarov. In the night of Friday, the U.S. attacked with cruise missiles from ships at the Syrian airport shirt in HOMS province, without any proof claiming that he had carried out a chemical attack in Idlib province.
If Moscow would agree to abandon support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Russia will be able to return to the “big seven”. About it reports The Daily Telegraph, citing multiple sources. If the Russian authorities will refuse such proposal, against the country can impose new sanctions. According to interlocutors of the edition, with the same ultimatum to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin this week in Moscow there will arrive US state Secretary Rex Tillerson. Some sources The Daily Telegraph claim that the Russian leader is “desperate to go back to the G7” and agree to reverse its position on Syria, but is looking for a way to “save face” in this situation. As stated by another source, Russia may not agree, as with Moscow, “ultimatums don’t work”. So it needs to offer a decent exit strategy from the situation. Sunday, April 9, the U.S. permanent representative to the UN,
The chief of the main operations Directorate of the General staff of the Russian Armed forces Colonel-General Sergey rudskoy © Vadim Savitsky/press service of the defense Ministry of the Russian Federation/TASS MOSCOW, April 11. /TASS/. Two facilities for the production and storage of chemical weapons in Syria located on the territory controlled by the opposition controlled by Syrian authorities of all such objects are destroyed, he said at a briefing head of the main operational Directorate of the General staff of the Russian Armed forces Colonel-General Sergey rudskoy. “Of the 12 sites used for the storage and production of chemical weapons experts of OPCW (Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons – approx. TASS) confirmed the destruction 10. The remaining two objects, the Syrian authorities do not have access because they are on the territory controlled by the so-called opposition. For this reason, the OPCW could not confirm the fact
Valentina Matvienko © Sergey Skates/TASS MOSCOW, April 11. /TASS/. The speaker of the Federation Council is ready to visit Syria to visit. She stated this to journalists after a meeting with the Chairman of the National Council (the unicameral Parliament) of Syria All Khalaf Abbas. “I accepted the invitation (to visit Syria from Khadii Abbas), through diplomatic channels, coordinate for both parties convenient time”, – said Matvienko. “I want to thank my colleague, Madam Chairman, for the invitation to visit Syria. Many of my colleagues and parliaments have visited Syria, I accepted the invitation,” she added.
The head of the FSB acknowledged the lack of work on prevention of terrorist attacks FSB Director Alexander Bortnikov recognised that the prevention of terrorist attacks in Russia did not fully meet the existing threats. He stated this at a meeting of the National antiterrorist Committee. “However, the investigation showed in the St. Petersburg metro, the work still does not fully meet the basic challenges,” Bortnikov was quoted by the RIA Novosti news Agency. According to the Director of the FSB, to strengthen counter-terrorism Russia should strengthen cooperation with foreign partners and to increase the efficiency of information exchange. Bortnikov added that help to combat the infiltration of militants in Russia will help additional measures of border regime on the border. The explosion in the subway of Saint-Petersburg took place on the afternoon of 3 April. In one of the cars of the train, which was on the stretch between
Boris Johnson has urged the United States to new rocket attacks on Syria Moscow. April 11. INTERFAX.RU Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson believes that the United States should continue missile strikes on Syria, said Monday to the Associated Press. “It’s important they (U.S. — if) ever going to take,” the diplomat said after talks with U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson in Italy, which was held on the sidelines of a meeting of foreign Ministers of the countries “big seven” G7. The Agency notes that this call “is an unusual statement for a representative of a foreign government.” The British Minister also announced on Monday that the foreign Ministers of G7 countries are studying the possibility of imposing new sanctions against Russia in connection with Moscow’s support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. According to the Agency, Johnson said that on Monday and Tuesday “to discuss the