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Момент жесткого ДТП в Новокуйбышевске "Moment zhestkogo DTP v Novokujjbyshevske"


ДТП произошло 21 августа в Новокуйбышевске на улице Шоссейной. Столкнулись ВАЗ-2110 и «Лада Гранта»... Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

France watching Kashmir rights, Macron tells Modi


France watching Kashmir rights, Macron tells Modi France's Emmanuel Macron had a "frank" exchange with India's Narendra Modi about tensions in divided Kashmir on Thursday, telling him Paris would remain attentive to the rights of people living both sides of the ceasefire line. As tensions soared in the flashpoint region, the French president said he would also have a similar exchange with Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan in the coming days. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Key areas of measles virus polymerase to target for antiviral drug development


Targeting specific areas of the measles virus polymerase, a protein complex that copies the viral genome, can effectively fight the measles virus and be used as an approach to developing new antiviral drugs to treat the serious infectious disease, according to a new study. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Psychiatric illnesses are common in adults and children with kidney failure


Between 1996 and 2013, approximately 27% of adults, 21% of elderly adults, and 16% of children with kidney failure in the United States were hospitalized with a psychiatric diagnosis in the first year of kidney failure. The prevalence of hospitalizations with psychiatric diagnoses increased over time across age groups, mostly due to secondary diagnoses. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

U.S. will aggressively enforce sanctions over Iran tanker: State Department official


U.S. will aggressively enforce sanctions over Iran tanker: State Department official The United States will aggressively enforce its sanctions to prevent the private sector from assisting an Iranian oil tanker that is traveling through the Mediterranean and that Washington wants seized, a State Department official said on Thursday. "The shipping sector is on notice that we will aggressively enforce U.S. sanctions," the official told Reuters days after warning countries not to allow the tanker to dock. Ship tracking data has shown the ship, Adrian Darya, formerly called Grace 1, last heading toward Greece, although Greece's prime minister said it was not heading to his country. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Brexit Held at the Border


Brexit Held at the Border In the last two days Prime Minister Boris Johnson has proposed that Ireland temporarily leave the European Union to align with the economic rules of a post-Brexit U.K. German chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested, somewhat flippantly, that the U.K. could figure out a special trading arrangement for itself and Ireland in the next 30 days. And French president Emmanuel Macron has said that there’s still room for negotiation between the U.K. and the EU, but he’s willing to be “the hard boy.” Maybe Macron is taking the EU marriage metaphor a little too personally . . .What on earth is going on?It’s been three years since a majority of the U.K.’s electorate voted to leave the European Union. And so far, all that Brexit has generated is a great deal of nearly incomprehensibly vocabulary. First we got Theresa May’s red lines, her attempt to define how it was exactly that Brexit means Brexit, and what the future relationship, if any, the United Kingdom would have with the EU. These red lines, an end to freedom of movement from EU member states into the U.K., and an exit from the EU’s customs union ruled out the Norway option but not Canada Plus Plus. Or Canada Plus Plus Plus. Yes, I’m serious.According to the withdrawal agreement negotiated between Theresa May and the rest of the EU, that future relationship has to be figured out in the transition period. That’s a two-year window after the U.K. leaves the EU in which it would continue to follow EU rules until they came to a trade agreement. That is, unless there is a no-deal Brexit and the U.K. simply exits the European Union on October 31 and conducts business with the world based on World Trade Organization rules. Got it? Well, sort of.The focus is now on the Irish-border backstop. Basically, the backstop is a promise that there will be no hard border — a customs border across the island of Ireland, between the Republic of Ireland and the six counties of Northern Ireland. Irish public officials have argued (with the support of the EU) that a frictionless border is necessary for economic and political reasons. The frictionless border is understood there as part of the the peace settlement in Northern Ireland, following the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. So too the “all-island economy” that it creates. The backstop is a promise by the U.K. to keep Northern Ireland following a number of regulations and customs rules that match it to the Republic of Ireland.This promise became the focus of Tory and Brexiteer anger at Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement. First, because it created what seemed like a negotiating trap for the U.K. during the transition period. Having already agreed to keep Northern Ireland (and the rest of the U.K. with it) aligned with the EU’s rules as part of a backstop, the EU would have less incentive to come to another, different trade relationship to supersede that agreement. The price to be paid for testing and pushing the EU might carve up the United Kingdom itself. If Great Britain diverged from the EU at the end of the transition period, Northern Ireland would be partially politically detached from the Union, and perhaps its citizens would have to go through customs to travel within their own country, from Belfast to Birmingham.Recently Johnson has begun calling the backstop “undemocratic” and hinting that it violates the Good Friday Agreement. He has a point. The backstop would keep Northern Ireland subject to EU rules and regs in which they have no say. It would deprive Northern Ireland’s elected ministers to Parliament of any voice on matters that would be routine for MPs in any other constituent nation of the United Kingdom. That seems quite a lot like a partial form of Irish unification. But the Good Friday Agreement ensures that Irish unity can be achieved only by a majority vote for it in the six counties and another one in the Republic of Ireland.Proponents of the backstop hold that this measure would merely be the decision of a sovereign Parliament over a part of its territory. It is an agreement between Parliament and the EU and doesn’t legally touch Ireland. That’s true. But, the reality is that it would create checks between constituent parts of the U.K. that normally exist between two different countries. It does so in order to prevent those checks on the island of Ireland. And it does so to meet the expectations of the Irish government based in Dublin. To whom would Northern Irish people turn when trade policy affects them? Nobody they directly elect would have a constitutional say.Effectively these economic rules would be imposed on Northern Ireland as if Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Note 10 od petka u Hrvatskoj, veći 'plus' puno traženiji model


Veći Note10+ koji ima i kvalitetniju kameru trenutno je u prednarudžbama puno traženiji model. Iz Samsunga su rekli pak i kako bi tijekom jeseni mogli očekivati Note10 5G koji je svrgnuo Huawwei P30 s foto trona Číst dále >>>

Freaking Out over Trump’s Jokes Is a Great Way to Make Sure He Wins in 2020


Freaking Out over Trump’s Jokes Is a Great Way to Make Sure He Wins in 2020 Speaking at a veterans’ event on Wednesday, President Donald Trump joked that he wanted to give himself the Medal of Honor, and didn’t do so only because his aides talked him out of it.Trump made the joke to a WWII veteran and Medal of Honor recipient during the 75th annual national convention of American Veterans, and it was met with laughs by the people in the crowd.But not everyone thought it was funny.“It is an honor, but it is an honor for something unimaginable that someone has gone through and he’s cracking a joke about it,” Brianna Keilar, a guest host, stated during a segment on CNN.Predictably, others on the panel agreed with Keilar that Trump’s joke was egregious. A CNN legal analyst, Jeffrey Toobin, even went so far as to say that the president was not joking at all.“I’m sure his aides would say: ‘Of course, he was joking about that,’” Toobin said. “But his jokes are not jokes.”“He does think he should get a medal; he does believe that!” Toobin exclaimed.What’s more, this panel was far from the only place that we saw outrage over these comments -- there was also plenty of it on Twitter:> And now, as if it wasn’t enough to say he’s King of Israel and look to the sky and declare himself the Chosen One, Trump says he wants to give himself a Medal of Honor. He is dangerously unwell. A sick, racist, cruel, unhinged, stupid criminal. We all know this. 25thAmendmentNow> > -- Bryce Tache (@brycetache) August 21, 2019> While in my city, Trump jokes that he wants to award himself the Medal of Honor.> > Could we have a more incompetent leader?> > -- Travis Allen (@TravisAllen02) August 21, 2019Now, let me first of all say that there are plenty of things to hit Trump on; I have done so in the past. I have, for example, been very vocal in my opposition to his plan to build an expensive, ineffective, waste-of-money wall. I have had an issue with some of his comments, such as the “both sides” comments he made in the wake of Charlottesville, as well as the more recent ones where he seemed to compare himself to Jesus Christ. In other words, I am far from someone who blindly defends everything that Trump says or does, and I am not afraid to criticize him when I feel he’s in the wrong.That being said: When Trump is making an obvious (and it was obvious, Toobin) joke, people really need to relax. What’s more, they should want to -- not for the sake of the Trump supporters or their feelings, but for the sake of their own cause. Why? Because liberals’ tendency to gleefully make a mountain out of every single molehill, to turn every obvious joke into some kind of serious outrage, serves only to water down any legitimate criticisms that they may have.There could not be a more clear example of something that liberals should have let slide than this joke. Trump was obviously kidding, and the crowd -- made up of veterans -- laughed, showing that they understood this fact and were not at all offended. Trump and his supporters often lambast news sources such as CNN as being the “fake-news media” whose only goal is to take him down, and they’re really doing themselves no favors when they say things that seem to support that. If they really want Trump supporters to listen to their legitimate concerns about the president, then they should avoid bending over backwards to twist everything the president says or does into something that’s concerning -- or else the minds that they claim to want to change are going to continue to tune out entirely. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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