Poroshenko's profile disappeared from the search database on the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

“This search resource is a copy of the official database of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and is periodically updated”, — reported on the website of the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs. Earlier today, on January 17, Petro Poroshenko's profile was on the list of wanted persons in Ukraine. As previously indicated in the Security Service of Ukraine, Poroshenko is “a person who is hiding from” pre-trial investigation bodies. The date of his “disappearance” he was named on December 24, 2021. Recall that now the Pechersky District Court of Kiev is choosing a preventive measure for him in the case of high treason and assistance to terrorism. According to the investigation, Petro Poroshenko is involved in supplies of coal from Donbass. The investigation requires him to be placed in custody for the duration of the investigation. For the court's consideration, the former President of Ukraine arrived today from Warsaw.

Poroshenko put on the wanted list in Ukraine

On Monday, 17 January, Poroshenko flew from Poland to Kyiv and appeared at the  Kiev, which will consider a petition for the arrest of the ex-president in the case of treason. The prosecution asked to arrest the politician for two months with the possibility of posting bail of 1 billion hryvnias ($35.8 million), as well as to oblige him to surrender his passports and wear an electronic bracelet if the court decides to post bail. Poroshenko is also charged with the financing of terrorism and the creation of a terrorist organization, he faces up to 15 years in prison with or without confiscation of property. According to the investigators, Poroshenko participated in supply of coal from part of Donbas not controlled by Ukraine at end of 2014 — early 2015, when he served as president of the country. The amount that Ukrainian state-owned enterprises spent on the purchase of coal is estimated at more than 200 million hryvnias (almost $7.2 million), Prosecutor General of the

Scientists have found a 50,000-year-old social network in Africa

A 50.000 year old social network of world’s first “bling”: https://t.co/HhuBa62bjb — Neanderthal Museum (@Neandertal1) January 17, 2022 Comparing the outer diameter of the beads, the diameter of the holes inside and the thickness of the walls of the eggshell, scientists found that about 50 thousand years ago, people in Eastern and Southern Africa began to make almost identical beads. These findings suggest that the people who made the beads exchanged them with other people who lived at great distances from them. Scientists believe that the exchange and trade of these ornaments was an ancient network of social connections that helped to share symbolic messages and strengthen alliances. Ostrich eggshell beads are among the oldest forms of jewelry found in the archaeological record, although they were not the very first used by Homo sapiens. Scientists believe that men and women first began to decorate themselves with reddish ochre about 200 thousand

The court deprived the rights of the parents of a girl who lived in a perinatal center for five years

The girl was born in the clinic “Mother and Child” in 2014. After her discharge, her mother returned the girl to the neonatal pathology department, claiming that the child was sick. The girl’s stay in the hospital for five years was paid for by her father. In March 2019, the girl was discharged, and the court ordered her parents to take her out of the hospital, but they did not. In February 2020, the court restricted the rights of the girl’s parents Tatiana Maksimova and Yuri Zinkin, and also collected child support from them. The girl’s mother filed an appeal, the Moscow City Court recognized the restriction of rights as legitimate.

The expert explained the difficult situation with coronavirus in the United States by social inequality

WASHINGTON, January 17. /tass/. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergic and Infectious Diseases of the USA, explained the high number of people infected with coronavirus and died from its consequences during the entire pandemic in In the United States, unequal access to medical services and the unwillingness of some citizens to carry out “simple anti-epidemic measures”. He made such a statement on Monday at the virtual discussion “Davos Agenda”. “There is also one very unpleasant factor for representatives of health authorities and scientists — a high level of opposition to ordinary, easy-to-understand measures. Unwillingness to wear masks, unwillingness to promote vaccination. If we all together as a society observed them, the situation would be much better,” Fauci said. “There is a lot of inequality in the United States. We have citizens who do not have access to medical care, there is a higher rate of hospitalization and mortality

A photographer from the USA took a rare lunar halo

This 22° lunar halo appeared after a fresh snowfall over Tongue River Canyon, WY. pic.twitter.com/uFsIqZGXhT — Kevin Palmer (@krp234) January 16, 2022 According to the photographer, a bright white halo around the moon appeared in the night sky over the Tong River Canyon in Wyoming after the last snowfall. The lunar halo is a rather rare phenomenon. It can usually be observed in cold weather, when the light from the Moon is reflected in a special way from tiny ice crystals in the air. Super discounts of up to -70% on electronics, fashionable clothes, shoes and many other prices Ekaterina Gura Even more interesting things about nature

The Council of the State Duma unanimously withdrew from consideration the draft law on QR codes

“The Council of the State Duma unanimously withdrew from consideration the bill on QR codes  — Volodin wrote in  his Telegram channel. The initiative was made on November 12 last year. According to the original concept, Russians were required to present electronic certificates with QR codes about vaccination in public places, and also in trains and airplanes. Subsequently, the idea of ​​checks on transport was abandoned. The  earlier edition also stated that after 1 February only holders of a medical exemption will be able to take a PCR test. The effect of these measures was limited on June 1, 2022. In mid-December, State Duma deputies approved the initiative in the first reading, after which it was again sent to regions, the Federation Council and the cabinet for discussion of ;second reading.

Four tornadoes swept through Florida (video)

View this post on Instagram A post by Neo paz (@neopaz14) View this post on Instagram A post by Josh Oknefski (@tornado_outbreak2) According to meteorologists, there is a danger of tornadoes in the state of Florida. The country will be in the grip of a winter storm for several more days. Tornado passed over Interstate 75 in the area of the 96 mile marker (? Alley) in Collier County at 9:34am.Please continue to monitor weather conditions and BE SAFE! pic.twitter.com/bxNqzKbkOE – FHP SWFL (@FHPSWFL) January 16, 2022 View this post on Instagram Post by Paddle Marco (@paddlemarco) Damage in Tropicana RV Resort in Fort Myers @NWSTampaBay pic.twitter.com/cPfuZRkcmX – KC Sherman (@KCShermanWx) January 16, 2022 View this post on Instagram Posted by Venezolanos en South Texas (@venezolanosensouthtexas) View this post on Instagram A post by @gigivonblondie View this post on Instagram A post from the (@naqalnew) Super discounts of up to

Spider-Man Comic Book Page Sold for $3.3 million

#SunStarEntertainmentA single page of artwork from a 1984 Spider-Man comic book was sold at auction on Jan. 15 (PH time) for a record $3.36 million.https://t.co/yCYZp9en7a — Sun Star Davao (@SunStarDavao) January 17, 2022 Mike Zek’s drawing was printed on the 25th page of the Marvel comic “Secret Wars # 8”. It tells the story of the origin of Spider-Man’s black suit. This is the “symbiote” costume that eventually led to the appearance of the famous character Venom. It is reported that the previous record for one page of the comic was $ 657,250. It was part of the 1974 release of The Incredible Hulk, and the drawing showed the first appearance of Wolverine from the X-Men. By the way, the complete Spider-Man comic is also an absolute record holder. In September 2021, the 1962 comic book was sold at auction for $3.6 million, making it the most expensive comic book