3 Jul, 2021

Which countries are dangerous to fly over

Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen topped the list of the most dangerous countries to fly from Conflict Zone and Risk Database

Ukraine is in the second most dangerous group of our neighbors (in the same place, for example, North Korea, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia – but also quite prosperous Saudi Arabia and Egypt)

Russia (like Belarus and, for example, Japan – thanks to the DPRK at hand) entered the “yellow” group, where you need to fly with caution

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Uzbek authorities restrict the work of Twitter, TikTok and VKontakte

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Lukashenka instructed border guards to completely close the border of Belarus with Ukraine. He explained this by the fact that “a huge amount of weapons” are being supplied to Belarus from Ukraine.

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And about. FEFU Rector Nikita Anisimov became HSE Rector. At the age of 15 he entered Moscow State University, and at 24 he defended his Ph.D. thesis. Nikita Anisimov is 43 years old, he graduated from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Moscow State University with honors in 1998 at the age of 20. Having defended his Ph.D. thesis in 2002, he worked in the administration of Moscow State University until he became vice-rector in 2011. In 2013 he moved to MAMI, where he managed to be the first vice-rector and interim rector. In 2016 he became acting. rector of FEFU, in 2017, Prime Minister Medvedev appointed him rector for a year, extending his powers for 5 years a year later.

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Alexey Navalny received letters sent back in April, as well as numerous birthday cards

“… an officer comes and says in a tired voice: convicted Navalny, this is for you, sign. And gives you a healthy package filled with letters, telegrams and postcards. Most are birthday greetings that have been going on for almost a month now. But there are many letters from May and even from April, that is, they have been traveling after me for a long time. And a strip of 2-3 mm was neatly cut off the envelope of each letter with scissors. To open, but not damage the content … ”

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The head coach of the Russian national football team, Stanislav Cherchesov, at a press conference dedicated to the team’s performance at the European Championship, demanded that the journalists take off their masks so that he could see their faces. The host of the event, Vasily Konov, responded by saying that wearing masks is a requirement of Rospotrebnadzor.

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The former head of IK-14 was sentenced to a suspended sentence for forced labor of prisoners. Yuri Kupriyanov was found guilty of abuse of office (part 1 of article 286 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). In addition to the suspended sentence, the court also banned him from working in the FSIN for two years.

Kupriyanov, according to the investigation, in November-December 2018, illegally organized the involvement of convicts (without their voluntary consent) to perform overtime work in the sewing industry. Some inmates worked six days a week for 15 hours a day, including at night.

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The Tigray Liberation Forces, a coalition of various armed and political groups in northern Ethiopia, have recaptured the provincial capital, Mekele, from government forces. A bloody war has been going on in the region for almost eight months, started by the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed (winner of the Nobel Peace Prize!).

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Vladimir Putin signed a law abolishing the obligation to carry out a technical inspection of a vehicle in order to obtain an OSAGO policy

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Lukashenko said that dormant terrorist cells have been opened in the country, in which Germany, the USA, Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania are involved

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Lukashenka reports interception of a drone on the border with Lithuania, to which a canister with explosives was attached – BelTA

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Lukashenko said that “self-defense units” in Belarus tried to blow up the communications center of the Russian Navy in Vileika. He discussed this “question by telephone with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Former French Prime Minister Francois Fillon, who was sentenced to five years in prison for embezzlement, joined the board of directors of Zarubezhneft.

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In Murmansk, the director of the Zvezdochka shipyard was arrested in the case of large-scale theft of someone else’s property using his official position.

Earlier, Severpost reported that the searches at the plant and the subsequent arrest of the director were related to financing the reconstruction of the dock for the repair of the cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov, which caught fire in 2019. The damage from the fire was estimated at 95 billion rubles

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In Belarus, a law school graduate was sentenced to 15 days of arrest for the fact that during her graduation she thanked the dismissed teachers and the arrested lawyer Maksim Znak, who filed a complaint with the Supreme Court in order to prove the falsification of the election results. The court accused the graduate of “picketing by expressing public and political views

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The US State Department has left Russia on the list of countries accused of human trafficking due to “active complicity” with the forced exploitation of North Korean workers.

“The Russian government does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of human trafficking and does not make significant efforts to do so, even considering the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the 2021 report says.

The US State Department noted that Russia has taken some steps to combat human trafficking, including facilitating the return of Russian children from Iraq and Syria.

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The Appropriations Committee of the US House of Representatives approved an amendment that prevents President Joe Biden from suspending sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

We are talking about the possible exclusion of sanctions against the pipeline for the 2022 financial year. The author of the amendment was made by the Democrat Congressman from Ohio, Marcy Captur. The amendment was added to the federal government’s overseas spending bill.

“We expect that the presidential administration will hear our strong signal and make European energy security a priority,” Kaptur said.

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The deputies of the State Duma of Russia forbade calling champagne champagne and because of this the French concern Moёt suspends the shipment of products to Russia. The new 171-FZ “On the regulation of alcoholic beverages” prohibits calling all wines as champagne, except for “Russian champagne” produced in Russia.

“And it obliges the producers of champagne wines from the French region of Champagne to rename their products to“ sparkling wine ”, – said in a letter to Moet Hennessy.

As a result, French winemakers refused to rename their products for the sake of Russian laws and simply cut off the supply of champagne.

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The price of gasoline in the world in 2020 fell by 11%, analysts of the International Energy Agency calculated. The decline was caused primarily by the fall in oil prices due to the pandemic. The most expensive gasoline was sold in Hong Kong at $ 2.01 per liter, and the cheapest in Iran at $ 0.32 per liter.

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The Russian government has expanded the list of products prohibited from import from Ukraine. In particular, now banned: sugar, pasta, ice cream, mayonnaise, sweet waters, barley, palm oil, ready-made soups and broths, muesli, some ready-made products from corn and cereals

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