Обиженный карлик пукин вновь лезет на рожон, получая по лысине от Эрдогана

Обиженный карлик пукин вновь лезет на рожон, получая по лысине от Эрдогана.

Стоило обиженному карлику пукину обнулить свой срок годности, как все пошло наперекосяк
 

 
 
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На мітингу під посольством Білорусі в Україні затримали кількох людей, в тому числі Кольченка

Під час штовханини на акції під посольством Білорусі в Києві затримали колишнього політв’язня, кримчанина Олександра Кольченка і ще кількох учасників, повідомляє кореспондент Радіо Свобода.

 

За попередніми даними, загалом затримали шістьох людей. Як повідомили правоохоронці кореспондентові Радіо Свобода на місці, перші двоє затриманих намагалися жбурляти яйця в бік будівлі посольства‬.

Кольченка затримали після того, як до провулку, де перебували попередні затримані, намагалася проїхати автівка патрульних. Зчинилася сутичка, було пошкоджено авто поліції.

 

Під стінами посольства Білорусі в Україні 10 серпня кілька десятків людей вийшли на знак протесту проти результатів виборів у Білорусі та затримання активістів у цій країні. 

Наразі під посольством перебуває кілька десятків людей. Серед присутніх – громадяни Білорусі.

 

Перед акцією у соцмережах ширилися заклики долучитися до акції під посольством з вимогами до президента України Володимира Зеленського. Активісти вимагали в нього:

звернутилися з офіційною нотою про невизнання результатів виборів президента Республіки Білорусь
засудити вбивства і побиття білоруських громадян
звернутися до міжнародних організацій щодо невідкладної реакції на події, що відбуваються в Білорусі
запропонувати політичний притулок білорусам, які звернуться до Посольства України в Білорусі

9 серпня відбулися вибори президента Білорусі. Центральна виборча комісія повідомила, що за попередніми даними, чинний президент Олександр Лукашенко набирає 80,23% голосів. Його основна опонентка Світлана Тихановська – 9,9%.

Читайте також: НАТО засудило насильство проти протестувальників у Білорусі​

Результати виборів викликали протести в білоруських містах. За даними правозахисників, затримані щонайменше 140 людей.

Прем’єр-міністр Польщі Матеуш Моравецький закликав провести позачерговий саміт Європейської ради через події в Білорусі.

 

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НАБУ знову викликає на допит Вовка і ще кількох суддів

Всього у справі фігурують 12 людей, які, за даними слідства, «діяли у межах злочинної організації на чолі з головою ОАСК – НАБУ

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White House Open to More Coronavirus Aid Talks 

The White House signaled Monday it is open to more negotiations with opposition Democrats on a coronavirus aid package and willing to spend more money to reach a deal. “We’re prepared to put more money on the table,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC. “The president is determined to spend what we need to spend.”  U.S. President Donald Trump signs executive measures for economic relief during a news conference amid the spread of the coronavirus disease, at his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J., Aug. 8, 2020.President Donald Trump signed executive orders Saturday extending a portion of the expired benefits to millions of unemployed workers and deferring payroll taxes for many employed Americans. In a new Twitter comment, he did not rule out more negotiations but blamed Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for Friday’s collapse of talks on an aid package.  “So now Schumer and Pelosi want to meet to make a deal,” Trump tweeted. “Amazing how it all works, isn’t it. Where have they been for the last 4 weeks when they were “hardliners”, and only wanted BAILOUT MONEY for Democrat run states and cities that are failing badly? They know my phone number!” So now Schumer and Pelosi want to meet to make a deal. Amazing how it all works, isn’t it. Where have they been for the last 4 weeks when they were “hardliners”, and only wanted BAILOUT MONEY for Democrat run states and cities that are failing badly? They know my phone number!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, accompanied by Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer, left, speak to reporters following a meeting with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Aug. 7, 2020.As the talks collapsed last week, Schumer and Pelosi said Democrats were willing to cut $1 trillion from their original demand for White House approval of the $3.4 trillion coronavirus aid package approved by the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives in mid-May. They said the White House should at the same time double its call for a $1 trillion deal to at least $2 trillion, but the Trump administration refused. The Treasury chief said the Trump administration is willing to spend more money, but not “unlimited amounts of money that don’t make sense.” Mnuchin said the two sides have “agreed on more money for businesses that are particularly hard hit,” sending another $1,200 check economic stimulus check to most adult Americans, providing more aid to schools so they can reopen safely and more money for hospitals and the development of vaccines to combat the coronavirus. But one key sticking point in the coronavirus talks is additional aid to state and local governments, the assistance Trump disparaged as “bailout money” for jurisdictions run by opposition Democrats. Pelosi and Schumer say the hard-pressed state and local governments need $1 trillion. “We’ve offered more money for state and local [governments],” Mnuchin said, “but we’re not going to give a trillion…. That’s just not a reasonable approach.”  Mnuchin called for congressional passage of aid the two sides have agreed on while talks continue on disputed items, but the Democrats have balked at a piecemeal approach to an aid package. Mnuchin declined to speculate when talks could resume. With the collapse in the negotiations, Mnuchin said Trump “needed to take action,” the executive orders he signed at a golf resort he owns in Bedminster, New Jersey. In Sunday talk show appearances, Schumer and Pelosi derided the provisions as too limited to help unemployed workers or other Americans impacted by the coronavirus. Pelosi also said Trump’s actions were unconstitutional since U.S. authority for spending legislation rests with Congress, not the president. FILE – Motorists take part in a caravan protest in front of Senator John Kennedy’s office at the Hale Boggs Federal Building asking for the extension of the $600 in unemployment benefits to people out of work, in New Orleans, La., July 22, 2020.In the fruitless negotiations, Democrats sought to extend the $600-a-week federal government boost to less generous state unemployment benefits through the end of 2020 after they expired at the end of July. Trump cut the figure to $400 and said states should pay $100 of that amount. The president also suspended the 7.65% payroll tax for workers who make less than $100,000 a year through the end of 2020. Unemployed workers, who do not pay the tax because they aren’t collecting a paycheck, won’t benefit. The taxes are used to fund pensions and health care for older Americans. The money would need to be paid back eventually unless Congress acts to write off the deferred taxes.  Trump also said he was extending protections for rental tenants threatened with eviction, further delaying student loan payments and maintaining zero percent interest on federally financed loans. The spread of the pandemic remains unchecked in the U.S. with the country’s number of confirmed cases topping 5 million on Sunday and the death toll more than 163,000. Both figures are the biggest national totals across the globe. 

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WHO: Strong Leadership, Community Compliance Can Crush COVID-19

The World Health Organization says leaders who take tough action and persuade their citizens to embrace new and difficult measures to control the spread of the coronavirus will succeed in crushing this deadly disease.  
 
The assessment comes as health officials are bracing for another grim landmark this week as the number of global COVID-19 cases is expected to reach 20 million, including 750,000 deaths. Despite the sobering news, the WHO’s director-general sees what he calls green shoots of hope.
 
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says a number of countries in different regions of the world were able to suppress the virus early on.FILE – WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus attends a session of the WHO Executive Board held virtually by video-conference, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, May 22, 2020, in this image provided by the World Health Organization in Geneva.“New Zealand is seen as a global exemplar.  And, over the weekend, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern celebrated 100 days with no community transmission, while stressing the need to remain cautious. Rwanda’s progress is due to a similar combination of strong leadership, universal health coverage, well supported health workers and clear public health communications,” he said.   
    
Tedros said countries that have invested in rapid case identification, comprehensive contact tracing and adequate clinical care for patients have succeeded in breaking the chains of transmission. He said those that have suppressed the virus effectively can safely open up their societies.
    
“Invest in the basics of public health and we can save both lives and livelihoods. In the countries that have done this successfully, they are using a risk-based approach to reopen segments of societies, including schools.  And, as they do so, they must remain vigilant for potential clusters of the virus,” he said.   
 
Tedros said everyone wants to see children go back to the classroom. However, he warned against re-opening schools hastily, without assurances that children, staff and faculty will be safe.   
 
Until effective treatment and safe, effective vaccines are available, the WHO chief said the best way countries can protect their people from COVID-19 is to implement basic health measures. These include social distancing, wearing masks, and practicing good hygiene.  
 
He added that countries that succeed in suppressing the virus, can gradually and safely get their economies moving again.
 

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Global Markets Begin Trading Week on Upswing  

Global markets are mostly higher Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump signed a series of executive orders aimed at extending coronavirus relief payments for many Americans. In Asia, Sydney’s S&P/ASX index gained 1.6%.  Shanghai’s Composite index finished 0.7% higher. Seoul’s KOSPI index earned 1.4%, and the TSEC index in Taipei rose 0.5%.   In late afternoon trading, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index was off 0.6%, while the Sensex in Mumbai was up 0.7%.   The Nikkei in Tokyo was closed for a public holiday. European markets are off to a good start, with the FTSE index in London up 0.8%, the CAC-40 in Paris is 0.6% higher, and the DAX index in Frankfurt gaining 0.2%  In commodities trading, gold continues its record-setting pace, selling at $2,022.80 per ounce, up 0.6%.  U.S. crude oil is trading at $41.82 per barrel, up 1.4%, and Brent crude oil is up one percent, trading at $44.88 per barrel. The Dow Jones and S&P 500 are trending positively in futures trading, while the Nasdaq has dipped slightly into negative territory. 

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19 Killed in Mine Blasts as Hopes for Peace Gather Momentum in Afghan

Nineteen Afghan civilians were killed in multiple roadside mine blasts in Kabul and Kandahar Sunday.  Two of the blasts occurred in Arghistan district of Kandahar province in southern Afghanistan.  In the first incident, a Toyota pickup carrying civilians hit a roadside mine near Shana Nari village killing nine and wounding two more Sunday afternoon, according to a spokesman for Kandahar provincial police, Jamal Barakzai. The second incident occurred near Tajaw village when a van hit a mine, killing eight Sunday night.  Meanwhile in Kabul, two civilians including a woman were killed while security personnel were trying to depose of a roadside landmine.      The civilian casualties happened on a day when Afghan President Ashraf Ghani announced he would release the remaining 400 Taliban prisoners—removing the last remaining hurdle to the start of direct negotiations with the militant group. Reducing civilian casualties and working toward a ceasefire is expected to be the highest priority of the Afghan team—an amalgamation of government representatives, other political factions, and civil society activists—when it meets the Taliban in Doha in the coming days. The two sides are supposed to negotiate a political settlement that ends four decades of conflict in Afghanistan.Afghan municipality workers clean a road in front of the damaged buildings, a day after an attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, May 9, 2019.“In the next few days, we expect the completion of prisoner releases, then travel of the Islamic Republic team to Doha, and from there the immediate start of intra-Afghan negotiations,” Tweeted Zalmay Khalilzad, the United States Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, early Monday morning.    Khalilzad, who headed the U.S. negotiations with the Taliban, had been proposing to start the intra-Afghan negotiations urgently. However, parts of the U.S. deal with the Taliban—particularly the promise to release up to 5000 Taliban prisoners as a pre-requisite to start direct negotiations with the Afghan government—irked Ghani, who felt this took leverage away from him.  Ghani’s government had since been dragging its feet on the prisoner release issue, trying to link it to the announcement of a ceasefire by the Taliban. Not only was this demand repeatedly rejected by the group, according to the Ghani administration, it ratcheted up its attacks against the Afghan security forces. In a video address to a regional conference last month, Ghani said Taliban had killed or wounded more than 10,000 members of Afghan security forces in the months since the U.S.-Taliban deal in February.    The mood of the general public in Afghanistan seemed to be overwhelmingly upbeat about the start of talks. Although, there was some criticism in social media posts, particularly from human rights and women’s rights groups, over releasing the 400 hardcore Taliban. There was some concern that the team finalized to represent the Afghan government and other Afghan factions was not representative.  “The Kabul team is not qualified I feel. They are children of political big wigs. It seems like the same old sharing of the pie. Public opinion is not wholly reflected,” said Mushtaq Rahim, a Kabul based independent political analyst. He added however that at the time all everyone wanted was for intra-Afghan negotiations to start.    

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Уход кровавого лукашенко – это вопрос жизни и смерти для обиженного карлика пукина

Уход кровавого лукашенко – это вопрос жизни и смерти для обиженного карлика пукина.

Он сейчас старается сделать всё возможное и невозможное для устранения лукашенко, можно сказать, любой ценой и любым способом
 

 
 
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Обиженный карлик пукин не кисло получил по щам от Эрдогана

Обиженный карлик пукин не кисло получил по щам от Эрдогана
 

 
 
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