6 Sep, 2021

In Russia, the list of professions has been expanded

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree expanding the list of professions and specialties of secondary vocational education, which will contribute to the accelerated development and modernization of the country’s economy. This was reported on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.

According to the decree, 55 specialties and 35 professions were added to the updated list, including in the field of robotics, logistics, medicine, agriculture, construction, tourism, social and service sectors.

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The press service of the Russian Foreign Ministry told about the scheme of foreign financing of Navalny through the embassies. Most of the “donations” went through the diplomatic missions of the United States and Germany, but employees of the embassies of Canada, France, Spain and “other NATO countries” also appeared.

“Everything was confirmed. The scheme is as follows: foreign embassies in Russia hired Russian citizens to work, paid them money, and they then transferred funds to the relevant structures, ”she said in her Telegram channel.

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The United States will no longer buy RD-180 engines from Russia for Atlas V missiles. This was announced by the executive director of the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Tori Bruno, reports The Verge. The sale of Atlas V missiles has also been stopped.

“That’s all. All of them (missiles) have been sold, ”Bruno said.

Roscosmos is ready to continue deliveries of RD-180 rocket engines to the United States, Rogozin said. RD-180 is used in the first stage of the Atlas-5 rocket, the last batch was delivered in April. The United States told RIA Novosti that they intend to stop operating Atlas missiles with the RD-180 in the mid-2020s. A Vulcan rocket with American Blue Origin engines is being created to replace it.

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One in three Americans was hit by a natural disaster in the summer: hurricanes, floods, heat waves or wildfires, according to the Washington Post.

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The most dangerous type of passenger transport is minibuses, the most severe accidents occur on suburban routes, RIA Novosti told Rosgosstrakh after analyzing insurance payments in 2021.

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A court in Moscow banned the search engines Yandex and Google from displaying results for the query “Smart Voting” in the search. The decision was taken at the suit of a Stavropol company, which applied for the protection of exclusive rights to a trademark registered by it – an image of an exclamation mark in a square.

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Afghanistan. The sellers in the market told the RIA Novosti correspondent that they are suffering big losses due to the fact that people do not have money. Some residents are completely unemployed and cannot afford even one meal a day.

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A Chinese-built and operated Haifa port worth $ 1.7 billion opens in Israel.

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Drivers in Russia may be fined for installing additional speakers in a car, the Interior Ministry said. If such a violation is detected for the first time, then the driver will be fined 500 rubles, and in the future the car may be removed from registration.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs officially denies information that motorists can receive a fine of 500 rubles for installing additional speakers and subwoofers without the permission of the traffic police

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An Afghan man stabbed two people in Berlin, police said in the capital. A 29-year-old Afghan wounded a 58-year-old woman who was doing garden work in one of the squares. After that, he wounded a 66-year-old man who came to the rescue of the wounded woman. The investigation believes that the offender, who has been living in Germany since 2016, suffers from a mental disorder, but an Islamist motive is not excluded.

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More than a third of Russians (39%) would agree to work for a “gray” salary, according to a survey by the Research Center of the SuperJob.ru portal. According to the survey results, respondents agree to such working conditions, mainly due to difficulties in finding a job, as well as due to certain personal circumstances.

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia warns about telephone scammers who steal money from Russians under the pretext of returning monetary compensation for allegedly low-quality dietary supplements purchased earlier.

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The forests of the Amazon lost 4.64 thousand square kilometers in a year, which is three times the size of the largest city in Brazil, São Paulo, reports the G1 portal with reference to the country’s forest monitoring system.

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The Taliban have mandated women attending private universities and colleges to wear a niqab, a Muslim head covering with a cutout eye, during class.

In this case, classes should be conducted separately for men and separately – for women. As a last resort, the part of the room where female students are located should be fenced off with a curtain. The Taliban have ordered that classes for female students be taught either by female teachers or by older men “with a good track record of behavior.”

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Organized groups of foreign tourists will be able to visit Israel again from September 19, the press service of the Foreign Ministry said. It is noted that tourists must have confirmation of the second vaccination made within the last 6 months, or a certificate of the third vaccination. In addition, they will have to present a negative PCR test result 72 hours prior to arrival and have a serological test upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport.

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First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Nikolai Snopkov said that the roadmap for creating a single gas market for the Union State is ready.

“The map (for gas) is ready, the map is based on the definition next year of unambiguous principles and approaches to the functioning of the unified gas market that are clear to both sides,” Snopkov said on the air of Belarus 1 TV channel. According to him, today Belarus has a gas price “better in comparison with all CIS countries and in comparison with the European Union.”

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First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Nikolai Snopkov said that the roadmap for creating a single gas market for the Union State is ready.

“The map (for gas) is ready, the map is based on the definition next year of unambiguous principles and approaches to the functioning of the unified gas market that are clear to both sides,” Snopkov said on the air of Belarus 1 TV channel. According to him, today Belarus has a gas price “better in comparison with all CIS countries and in comparison with the European Union.”

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Sites for the construction of new cities in Siberia must be correlated with the resource potential of the region and programs for the development of transport networks, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said in response to RBC’s questions.

between Bratsk and Krasnoyarsk an industrial center “Copper and Electrical Engineering” can be created.

In the same area, a cluster can be created, fully focused on the production of high value added products for the processing of aluminum – “Aluminum Valley”.

In the Kansk region there is a potential for the creation of a coal chemical production of demanded plastics from illiquid raw materials.

Around Lesosibirsk there is sufficient potential for the creation of a cluster “Timber and Building Materials” with a high share of the production of the upper processing stages and an attractive economy.

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Putin is not ready to meet with Zelensky, as the Ukrainian president intends to discuss the issue of the occupation of Crimea, and the Russian Federation insists that “this cannot be an item on the agenda of the negotiations.”

“The fact is that for us the topic of Crimea does not exist. As we are told in the Office of the President of Ukraine, Zelensky wants to discuss Crimea. Crimea – from what point of view? Obviously not because it is a region of the Russian Federation,” the press secretary said. President of the Russian Federation Peskov.

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On Saturday, a monument to the writer’s dog, the fox terrier Glasha, which is mentioned in many of his works, was solemnly unveiled in the Dovlatov square on 1 Zagorodny Prospekt in St. Petersburg. In addition to the opening ceremony of the monument, jazz and poetry performances were supposed to take place in the park, but the police did not allow them. The policeman demanded from the audience to disperse, stating that “the mass event has not been agreed.” The organizer of the event, Anastasia Printseva, was detained for “holding an unauthorized action” and taken to the police station.

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In Simferopol, almost 50 Crimean Tatars were detained near the FSB building. About 60 people came to the FSB building on the evening of September 4. They wanted to receive information about the fate of five people who had been detained the day before after searches in the framework of a criminal case for damaging a gas pipeline.

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A military coup took place in Guinea. On national television, the military announced that they were suspending the constitution and dissolving parliament and governments. The rebels said they arrested President Alpha Conde.

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In Belarus, a Russian citizen was taken into custody on charges of slandering Lukashenka. According to human rights activists, now 58-year-old Irina Vikkholm is being held in a pre-trial detention center in Brest. The woman was charged under part 2 of article 367 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Belarus (libel against the president). The reason for the persecution of the Russian woman was a tweet in which, according to the prosecutor’s office, there were a photo of Lukashenka and “slanderous information about his committing an ‘act of terrorism and air piracy’”.

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There was a coup in Guinea. The military announced the arrest of 83-year-old President Alpha Conde and the dissolution of the government. The country’s Defense Ministry claims that the presidential guard and security forces “contained the threat and repelled the attack.”

Oleg Deripaska did not rule out a “shake-up” in the aluminum market due to the attempted coup in Guinea. According to him, 20% of the world’s aluminum production uses bauxite from this country.

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A memorial sign in honor of friendship with Moscow was dismantled in Kiev; it will become an exhibit of the future museum of totalitarianism

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China’s Hongqiao, one of the world’s largest aluminum producers, is losing 4% on the stock exchange. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that it opposes the coup in Guinea (the largest supplier of raw materials for Chinese aluminum) and urges the parties to maintain restraint, as well as to immediately release the president.

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The price of aluminum in London jumped to a high in more than 10 years amid a coup in Guinea that threatened bauxite supplies from that country.

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After the September elections, the Central Executive Committee of the Russian Federation plans to prepare recommendations for legislators to ban the use of “twin technology”, said the head of the commission, Ella Pamfilova.

“I think this is just a disgrace, an outrage. This is already the extreme, lowest point of decline for those political strategists who serve customers. This is just a mockery of voters,” Pamfilova said in an interview with Kommersant-FM radio station. Earlier, as part of the election campaign in St. Petersburg, two self-nominated candidates to the legislative assembly changed their first and last names, becoming namesakes of the candidate from the Yabloko party Boris Vishnevsky.

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In the Russian Far East, the idea of ​​implanting neurochips in citizens will be discussed. For this, the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) and the Far Eastern Fund for High Technologies (DFHT) have already signed an agreement on the implementation of a joint project.

In particular, research work will be carried out in various fields. Ideally, neurochips should allow people with central nervous system disorders and victims of accidents to overcome phantom pains. Moreover, studies can be carried out on the implantation of chips for various purposes into the human body.

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Ilmira Bikbaeva, a 59-year-old pensioner from Ufa, was sentenced to three years probation for “financing extremist activities.” The woman transferred some money to the prisoner’s mother, as she was left without a livelihood.

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The Taliban (the Taliban movement is banned in Russia) announced that they had invited Turkey, China, Russia, Iran, Pakistan and Qatar to events in connection with the announcement of the composition of the government, media reported.

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Belarusian oppositionists Znak and Kolesnikova received 10 and 11 years in prison, respectively, RIA Novosti correspondent reports from the court. The defense of Kolesnikova and Znak intends to appeal the verdict to the Supreme Court within 10 days

After the start of mass protests in 2020, the Belarusian opposition announced the creation of a Coordination Council, which was supposed to overcome the political crisis in the country. The presidium of this structure includes Maria Kolesnikova and Maxim Znak. For everything they were charged with three criminal articles: calls to action against national security, a conspiracy to seize power and the creation of an extremist group.

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Ukrainian troops will conduct military exercises with shooting on the border with Crimea – authorities of the Kherson region

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Roman Badanin * launched The Agency. The first investigation by the Agency is dedicated to Sergei Shoigu. The article tells about PR technologies used by the minister’s team, as well as objects in Tuva, where Shoigu rested with the president.

“Now we are launching a new media outlet -“ Agency ”(being an agent is fashionable, you know). It will also be involved in investigations, and we will try to make them irritate the Russian authorities, but most importantly, they are interesting and important to you, ”Badanin wrote in his address to readers.

* Editor-in-chief of the publication “Project”, declared an “undesirable organization” (Project Media, Inc.). Badanin was personally declared a “foreign media agent” in Russia

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The export of sweets from Russia increased in the first half of 2021 by 16.5 percent (up to 329.6 thousand tons) compared to the same period last year. The country earned $ 709.5 million on supplies (plus 19.3 percent), Vyacheslav Lashmankin, executive director of the Ascond Association of Confectionery Enterprises, told Izvestia.

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Kiev is ready for a meeting between Russian and Ukrainian presidents Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zelensky, said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.

“We are not hiding from this meeting and are ready for it,” he answered the question.

At the same time, according to him, the Ukrainian side has the impression that it is Moscow that “constantly finds excuses to avoid this meeting.”

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Of the 72 million working Russians, 17.1 thousand (0.024%) receive income from 1 million rubles. or St. $ 13.7 thousand per month (the study was carried out only at large and medium-sized enterprises. The majority of high-income citizens (60%) live in Moscow.

19.1 million (13.1%) of citizens live below the official poverty line, that is, they have an income below the subsistence level (11,653 rubles or about $ 160).

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Mining Chia cryptocurrency using hard drives and SSDs has failed. Chia quotes reached $ 1685, and now they have dropped to $ 256. Miners are selling drives at a loss amid a 90% drop in Chia’s value. But once the project was presented almost as the most environmentally friendly and profitable mining.

The excitement around Chia in China began in April, then quickly spread to neighboring regions. This cryptocurrency quickly attracted a large number of people due to its low entry threshold and low electricity costs, but in fact, the pharming failed.

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Russian students were given “Pushkin Cards” from 3000 rubles to visit theaters and museums. They were immediately put up for sale. Announcements for the sale of cards appeared in the first days after the launch of the program on September 1. Users of “Avito” and “Yula” from St. Petersburg, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Irkutsk Region and other regions began to publish ads. Most of the sellers put up cards for sale as “unnecessary”. Prices for cards range from 350 to 2500 rubles. The Ministry of Culture of the Perm Territory, commenting on the sale of “Pushkin cards”, said that the cards can only be used by their owners.

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Two groups of migrants staged a brawl in the village of Usovo-Tupik, Odintsovo urban district. Fifteen people were taken to the police station, the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs told the publication “Podyom”. In relation to two citizens, administrative protocols were drawn up under the article “Violation by a foreign citizen of the rules for entering the Russian Federation or the regime of stay.”

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The rector of the church in Novocheboksarsk Roman Stepanov, who called on the patriarch to show his income statement, was forbidden to serve, and was also deprived of his robes and a pectoral cross; no later than December, his case must be considered by a church court, the Cheboksary-Chuvash diocese reported to the publication “Podyem”. They assure that the decision regarding the priest has nothing to do with his call and was made on September 2.

“It has nothing to do with his speech. Priests are not required to report income, it is like a trade secret in any enterprise. A priest cannot lie. Moreover, it is not clear to whom to submit it. A decree has simply been signed today. Father Roman divorced and hid this, as well as the fact that he cohabited with a woman. The main problem is his lifestyle, which is incompatible with the priesthood. ”

The rebellious priest was accused of prodigal cohabitation with his mistress, of using hard drugs, cheating subscribers on social networks and a desire to monetize his public activities.

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BMW AG has increased orders for battery packs to keep pace with accelerating demand for electric vehicles, which accounted for more than 11% of sales in the first half of the year. The German automaker has signed more than € 20 billion ($ 23.8 billion) of battery supply contracts, up from € 12 billion earlier. The batteries are intended for the i4 sedans, iX sports cars and other models that BMW will produce until 2024.

The increase in BMW battery cell orders is being split between Chinese companies Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd. and EVE Energy Co Ltd., as well as South Korean Samsung SDI Co. and Swedish Northvolt AB.

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Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the G-Wagen electric SUV concept. Unfortunately, the manufacturer did not disclose details regarding the performance and other characteristics of the future electric SUV. We only know that it will be a four-wheel drive car with low and high gears and 22-inch wheels.

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