7 Ноя, 2021

Psychological pressure at work

36% of Russians faced abuse from the leadership in 2021, and 31% in 2019, the SuperJob service told Gazeta.Ru.

A survey conducted by the company showed that the number of victims of abuse grows with the age of employees: 31% among young people under 24 and 39% among Russians over 45. At the same time, 32% of women and 39% of men face psychological violence.

“Most often, Russians refer to situations associated with violation of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation (29%) and abuse of power (15%) as manifestations of abuse. However, two years ago we encountered similar situations more often, ”the company said.

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An international group of psychologists came to an unexpected conclusion. Analysis of data from online support services showed that the emotional pain from deterioration and breakup of romantic relationships in men is usually more pronounced than in women.

The study included more than 184 thousand people. The most common topic for contacting online services was communication problems. At the same time, almost everyone noted difficulties in discussing this or that issue with a partner, and every eighth mentioned the problems of trust in relationships

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President of Uzbekistan Mirziyoyev announced changes in the country’s constitution and the transfer of some powers from the center to the regions

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A paid subscription to Telegram, which allows you to turn off ads, may be introduced as early as this month, Pavel Durov said.

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The metropolitan police do not see a surge in crime on the part of visitors, said Vladimir Vasenin, head of the press service of the Moscow Ministry of Internal Affairs, on the air of Soloviev Live.

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The trade turnover between Russia and China for 10 months of 2021 grew by 30.9%, to 115.66 billion dollars, exceeding the figure for the entire last year, according to the customs of the PRC.

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In Afghanistan, the Taliban (the Taliban movement is banned in the Russian Federation) detained suspects in the murder of four human rights defenders in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, said Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman Said Khosti. According to local media reports, this is the first killing of civilian activists in the country since the Taliban came to power.

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A citizen of the Russian Federation has been detained in Vinnitsa for removing the Ukrainian state flag from the building of a shopping and entertainment center, according to the National Police of Ukraine.

As the man explained, he came to the Vinnitsa region to see his relatives, and took off the flag to argue with an acquaintance. On the fact of the incident, a criminal case was initiated under the article «Hooliganism» of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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In the Rostov region, a case was opened on the fact of tying prisoners to a bed in the interregional tuberculosis hospital No. 19, said Natalya Merkulova, deputy chairman of the regional POC.

She clarified that inmates were admitted to the tuberculosis hospital according to the testimony of doctors and one of the measures of influence on them was the use of rigid fixation to the bed. Merkulova noted that the law envisages the use of such measures only in order to calm the violent at the time of the drug’s action. At the same time, according to the prisoners, they were tied for a period of three to 72 days.

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A rally in support of Saakashvili is being held near the prison where he is serving his sentence, Mtavari Arxi TV reports. The protesters demand that the ex-president of Georgia, who has declared a hunger strike, be hospitalized in a civilian clinic instead of the prison hospital offered by the Ministry of Justice.

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Representatives of the UK and Qatar held talks on the possibility of increasing the supply of liquefied natural gas to the United Kingdom in the event of a fuel shortage, writes the Financial Times.

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President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced that it is planned to increase responsibility for the establishment of censorship, illegal interference in the activities of the media, pressure on editorial staff, illegal confiscation of materials and necessary technical equipment from them.

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Massive protests against the abortion ban began in Poland. Demonstrations take place in almost 80 cities.

On October 22, 2020, the Constitutional Court decided to ban abortions in the country due to fetal pathology that does not threaten the life and health of the mother.

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The opposition gave the Georgian authorities 24 hours to hospitalize ex-president of the republic Mikhail Saakashvili in a civil clinic, otherwise its representatives will call for a large-scale rally on November 8 in Tbilisi on Freedom Square, said the head of the opposition United National Movement party Nika Melia.

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The Iraqi agency INA, citing local security agencies, reported an attempt on the life of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi from a drone. Al-Kazemi himself wrote on Twitter shortly thereafter that he was not hurt. At the same time, the Shafaq agency reported that three of his security guards were injured. The US State Department called the attack «an obvious terrorist act» and offered to help investigate the attack.

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Ramzan Kadyrov criticized Margarita Simonyan, and also appealed to the State Duma and the presidential administration because of the accusations of Caucasians «for any, even a small incident.» Kadyrov was outraged by the fact that «in a couple of days the entire Internet was flooded with statements about the inappropriate behavior of all Caucasians without exception.»

I would also like to remind the «native of the Caucasus» Simonyan that before making statements, the editor-in-chief of a serious, authoritative media outlet needs to check the information, and only then draw conclusions and PR on a fresh topic

Earlier, Simonyan wrote that soon the «newcomers» will get there, and Russia will start checking registration and registration at every step.

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Those detained for the attack on a man in New Moscow turned out to be natives of Azerbaijan. According to Baza, the suspects are from the Azerbaijani village of Seyfali, three of them turned out to be brothers. The eldest works in the delivery service at the Food City market, the youngest is under 18 years old. Three of the detainees have Russian citizenship, the GUMVD told RIA Novosti.

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The pumping of gas from Russia to Germany via the Yamal-Europe gas pipeline stopped for the second time in a week. The previous pause lasted from October 30 to November 5. At that time, Gazprom reported that they were carrying out supplies in full. In Europe, Gazprom was accused of being involved in the record rise in gas prices and thus trying to speed up the launch of Nord Stream 2

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In Switzerland, ETH Zurich engineers have successfully tested a prototype syngas plant based on materials extracted from polluted air. The energy source for it is sunlight, the whole system works in a passive mode and does not require any consumables. You can also connect a liquefaction module to it, so that at the final stage, not gas, but ready-made fuel, identical to kerosene, is obtained. One drawback: at all costs, such fuel is still more expensive than fossil fuels.

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An investigation by the public broadcaster ARD and the newspaper Welt am Sonntag revealed that the German company MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH and the French subsidiary of Mann produced engines for Chinese destroyers, frigates and submarines.

After Beijing brutally suppressed student protests in Tiananmen Square in 1989, the EU imposed an arms embargo on China. However, the sanctions were poorly designed at the national level and in fact do not work well.

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Residential property prices continue to rise amid the pandemic in most major cities, experts at the Swiss bank UBS note in their annual survey of the risks of a price bubble (UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index 2021). Apartment in the center with an area of ​​60 sq. m goes beyond the income of most qualified specialists with average income.

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On average, a person spends 17 hours 48 minutes on video games during the work week, and another 6 hours and 52 minutes on weekends. These are the conclusions drawn by OnePoll specialists, having conducted a survey among 2 thousand adult respondents. The study found that since the beginning of the pandemic, people have started to spend 39% more time on games than before.

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The 2021 Antarctic ozone hole reached its maximum area on October 7 and is the 13th largest since 1979. This was caused by a cold winter in the Southern Hemisphere and the possible consequences of global warming.

Let me remind you that ozone is a naturally occurring oxygen compound that forms high in the upper atmosphere of the Earth. A natural type of stratospheric ozone is formed when ultraviolet radiation from the sun interacts with molecular oxygen in our atmosphere. The resulting ozone acts a bit like a sunscreen, protecting the Earth’s surface from ultraviolet radiation.

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Three people were killed in explosions in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, local radio station Salam Watandar reported. According to her, two explosions thundered near the city’s police station, after which a shootout began between the Taliban formations (movement is prohibited in the Russian Federation) and the militants of the Islamic State in Khorasan group, which is an offshoot of the Islamic State extremist organization (IS, banned in RF). As specified, two of the victims were police officers.

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Russia will deliver a large consignment of humanitarian cargo to Afghanistan in November and take out Russian citizens by return flights, Russian Ambassador Dmitry Zhirnov said in an interview with the Russia-1 TV channel.

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Yakut «shaman» Gabyshev was detained in Yekaterinburg and placed in a psychiatric hospital, a law enforcement source said. How he ended up in the city is not specified. In the fall, he was sent for treatment to Novosibirsk.

In turn, Gabyshev’s lawyer Olga Timofeeva said that she did not have this information, adding that he had not been discharged from the medical institution.

All 15 district police departments of Yekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk regional hospital did not confirm the detention of «Shaman» Alexander Gabyshev, said his defender Alexei Pryanishnikov.

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Sergei Shoigu said that more than 90% of the pilots in the Russian army have combat experience, some have made 400 sorties. In fact, all the commanders of all echelons went through the Syrian operation, the head of the Ministry of Defense said on the air of the Russia-1 TV channel in the Moscow. Kremlin. Putin program.

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Ramzan Kadyrov made peace with RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan. The head of Chechnya said that they phoned and agreed that the Caucasus is a beautiful land. Kadyrov also called on the Internet community to stop persecuting Simonyan, not to be dishonored and to be prudent.

Earlier, Kadyrov turned to Simonyan because of her post about «newcomers». He considered that the Russian media are deliberately selecting news stories in which Caucasians appear.

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The German Embassy in the Russian Federation told RIA Novosti that it does not yet plan to resume issuing visas to Russians for all purposes of travel.

Since November 9, Russia has been increasing the number of flights with Germany (on the routes Frankfurt am Main — Moscow from 5 to 14 flights a week, Frankfurt am Main — St. Petersburg from 3 to 7 flights).

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A resident of Stavropol was fined for posting the logo of the Navalny Live channel, although it is not prohibited by law. According to the court, the channel’s symbols «are similar to the symbols of an extremist organization in terms of the degree of confusion.» However, «Navalny Live» is not on the list of extremist organizations or materials

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The US Congress passed the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which has become the main element of President Joe Biden’s domestic agenda after months of internal debate and division among Democrats.

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As part of the fight against climate change, Greece passed a new law, according to which all taxis in the country will become environmentally friendly by 2025. These should be cars with an electric motor or with zero emissions, said Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

The same requirements will apply to one third of the rented cars. And from 2030, the country plans to ban the sale of new cars with internal combustion engines. In addition, according to the law, from 2023, it will be forbidden to install fuel oil stoves in all new houses if there is a gas network in the area, writes Ekathimerini.

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A robot was taught to skate better than a human. This device can move on ice in a slightly different way than a person. The robot is equipped with machine learning, so it will quickly learn to move on different surfaces, not only on ice

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