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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #41 : 01 Август 2016, 19:57:34 »
100 cameras. 100 homeless people. 5 days. 1 heart.

100 people affected by homelessness will receive a disposable camera with one task - to tell their story. There is a satisfaction that comes with creating something. Each photographer will have the opportunity to share a piece of their life with the community around them. It's what they see. It's who they spend time with. It's what they eat. It's where they go. These photographers may bе homeless, but they do not have to bе hopeless, nameless or voiceless. This is their chance to tell the community:

"These are our stories. These are our lives. See what we see. Through our eyes."

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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #40 : 05 Июль 2016, 18:04:50 »
The European football championship has been quite thrilling and promises to be even more exciting as we are left with only four countries. Who do you think will eventually emerge the winner? The guess is on.....!
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #39 : 02 Июль 2016, 22:31:02 »
 Be a part of the most spectacular and interesting events in Moscow.
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #38 : 20 Июнь 2016, 18:10:17 »
TEAM NEWS

Wales' Joe Ledley was substituted in the second half of their defeat by England after suffering from a tight calf, but he has declared himself fit.

As a result, Chris Coleman is expected to pick the same XI that started the England match.

Victory would secure Wales' spot in the knockout phase, in their first major international tournament since 1958.

Russia's Oleg Shatov is struggling with a groin problem and is doubtful to feature in Toulouse.

With Russia having underperformed thus far, coach Leonid Slutsky may be tempted to make wholesale changes.

"Whilst everybody will look at this game as the be all and end all, whether we progress or not, it's not the end of the journey for this team," Coleman said.

"Our players have done unbelievably well. It's been an eye-opener and hard, of course. It's really intense but it's been enjoyable."
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #37 : 24 Апрель 2016, 22:42:39 »
The city with $248 billon beneath its pavement
Under London’s streets lies a hidden gold mine.
It stretches across more than 300,000 square feet under the City, the finance quarter in the heart of Britain’s capital. There, beneath the pavement and commuters of Threadneedle Street, lies a maze of eight Bank of England gold vaults – each stacked with gold bars worth a total sum of around £141 billion ($200 billion).
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #36 : 06 Апрель 2016, 01:24:15 »
                                          Council of Europe Strategy for the Rights of the Child
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                                                 IV. Delivering the Strategy
                         4. Evaluating performance
    75. Progress of the  6 -year Strategy will be evaluated against rhe obectives   with reference  to the expected impact...
 
        Efforts will be made to duly include the views of children themselves in evaluation of and adjustments to the Strategy.

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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #35 : 22 Март 2016, 00:12:15 »

Apple unveils the new 4-inch ‘iPhone SE’
http://9to5mac.com/2016/03/21/apple-unveils-4-inch-iphone-se/

The “iPhone SE” is now official as Apple today unveiled the device on stage at its ‘Let us loop you in’ press event in Cupertino.
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #34 : 15 Март 2016, 00:23:00 »
Grandmother, 93, becomes one of the oldest high school graduates as she finally gets diploma 74 years after being expelled

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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #33 : 20 Февраль 2016, 17:07:51 »
The most powerful storm to hit Fiji has made landfall on the Pacific nation's main island, Viti Levu.

Cyclone Winston brought winds of over 320 kph (200 mph), torrential rain and waves of up to 12m (40ft).

Flights have been cancelled, evacuation centres activated and a nationwide curfew put in place.

The category five storm - the highest level - is expected to move westwards over the main island overnight Saturday and into Sunday morning.

Before it landed, Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama warned that Fiji was facing "an ordeal of the most grievous kind".

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-35620649

"We must stick together as a people and look after each other. Be alert and be prepared," he said.
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #32 : 12 Февраль 2016, 23:16:07 »
Нашел интересную заметку про принца Джорджа. Да, того самого, чьего появления на всем с таким трепетом и любовью ожидала Великобритания 2 года назад.

Prince George’s Classmates And Teachers Call Him ‘George’ At Nursery School



Prince George is simply called by his first name “George” at his nursery school near his country home in Norfolk. The tot started his preschool at Westacre Montessori in Norfolk in January. He is currently in his sixth week of nursery school.

The third-in-line to the British throne is just another kid in his nursery school. The school does not give him any special treatment by virtue of him being a royal. Like all the other students of his class, George hangs his coat everyday on a peg with his name written on top.

The two-year-old royal is just called “George” among his classmates and teachers, a royal source confirmed. The name is mostly written on his coat-and-backpack peg. Little George’s teachers write it for him on his artwork, said Louise Livingston, who is director of training at the Maria Montessori Institute.

In the first few weeks, George's teachers will have spent a great deal of time going over the rules that govern Montessori learning.

Little George has settled into his nursery environment which he attends part time. In the Montessori school the kids learn to respect others and also the environment, Livingston said. She added that kids learn to say little things like "Good Morning," how to push their chair back under the table so no one else trips over it. Two-year-old George is learning things at school through play activities like how to unroll a mat for activity, where to place it so as it is not in the way of anyone else's activity and how to ask for help when needed.

Meanwhile, his mother Kate Middleton revealed during her engagement at the 75th anniversary of the RAF’s Air Training Corps on Sunday that George wants to join the air cadets like his dad, Prince William. The 34-year-old royal said that George is obsessed with airplanes and she has shown him pictures of Spitfires. Westacre Montessori training head also told that his teachers will definitely show him pictures of airplanes and teach him their names.

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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #31 : 06 Февраль 2016, 21:44:46 »
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A teenage girl in Germany will be allowed to keep a bar of gold worth €16,000 ($18,000; £11,500) found in a lake after the owner could not be identified, police said.
The 16-year-old found the 500g (1lb) gold bar at a depth of about 2m (6.5ft) while swimming near the shore of Bavaria's Koenigssee lake last August.
She handed it into police, who were unable to find the owner.
It is still not clear how the bar ended up in the lake.
A six-month investigation could not identify the owner and, as a result, the teenager will be allowed to keep the gold. The girl has not been identified.

The bar's identity number had been defaced but officials managed to restore it, German media reported.
The find revived rumours of Nazi gold supposedly lost in the lake, near Germany's southern border with Austria, but reports said the find was not connected to the Nazi era.
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #30 : 18 Ноябрь 2015, 21:54:15 »
France Wants Alliance With Russia, but Divisions Over Assad’s Future a Hurdle
French seek to broaden coalition fighting Islamic State after Paris attacks
PARIS—France’s plan for enlisting Russia into a “grand coalition” alongside the U.S. to combat Islamic State faces a critical stumbling block: disagreement about the future of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
French President François Hollande has long argued that Mr. Assad’s atrocities created Islamic State in the first place. He viewed it as a betrayal when President Barack Obamapulled back in 2013 from planned joint military action against the Damascus regime.
Russia, by contrast, has intervened militarily in Syria with the express goal of shoring up Mr. Assad. Moscow says that without him, the Syrian state would collapse—to the benefit of Islamist extremists.

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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #29 : 17 Ноябрь 2015, 18:49:29 »
Russia confirms Sinai plane crash was result of a terrorist attack

A Russian official said that traces of explosives found in the plane’s wreckage indicated that an improvised explosive device had been detonated, killing all 224 people on board.
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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #28 : 10 Май 2015, 15:35:03 »
Victory Day in Russia

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Re: Foreign press
« Ответ #27 : 10 Январь 2015, 11:51:24 »
WASHINGTON POST
A sober Snowden deems life in Russia ‘great’

MOSCOW — Edward Snowden would like everyone – especially his critics – to know that he is happy with life in Russia. Happy, and also sober.

“They talk about Russia like it’s the worst place on earth. Russia's great,” the former NSA contractor told journalist James Bamford during an interview in Moscow for the PBS program "NOVA," which released a transcript of the conversation Thursday.

During the interview, Snowden focused on a speech that former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden had given in which he predicted that Snowden would be depressed and drunk.

“It was funny because he was talking about how I was – everybody in Russia is miserable. Russia is a terrible place,” Snowden recalled, hat-tipping Washington Post reporter Barton Gellman’s coverage of the September 2013 speech. “And I’m going to end up miserable and I’m going to be a drunk and I’m never going to do anything.”

Hayden’s exact prediction during that speech was that Snowden would “end up like most of the rest of the defectors who went to the old Soviet Union: isolated, bored, lonely, depressed – and most of them ended up alcoholics.”

But even after two Russian winters, vodka’s siren song apparently has no sway over Snowden.

“I don’t drink. I’ve never been drunk in my life,” Snowden said.

Snowden has been living in Moscow for more than a year, ever since the Russian government gave him asylum after the U.S. government revoked his passport, leaving him stranded at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport.

Snowden became the subject of an international manhunt after he revealed himself as the source of highly publicized leaks detailing previously unknown U.S. surveillance programs that led to articles in The Washington Post and the British newspaper the Guardian. He is wanted in the United States on theft and espionage charges.

Snowden, who is about six months into his three-year asylum term, has apparently been settling into life in Russia rather well. His exact whereabouts haven’t been publicized, but his girlfriend moved to Russia to be with him in July, according to the recent documentary “Citizenfour."

And Snowden clearly wanted to tell a U.S. audience how much he is enjoying life in Russia, because he was not specifically asked about it during the PBS interview.

Snowden’s opinions about his new home only came up because toward the end of the interview, the producer offered him a cup of coffee.

“I actually only drink water,” Snowden said, before launching into an explanation of how Hayden wrongly predicted that he would end up drunk, sad and alone, and that nobody expected how much he would like Russia.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2015/01/09/a-sober-snowden-deems-life-in-russia-great/