Summary November 18, 2017

  • BYD will open its first plant in Canada

    Chinese automaker BYD, supported by the American billionaire Warren Buffett, plans to open its first factory for the Assembly of cars in Canada, betting on an expected jump in demand for electric trucks from municipalities and legal entities.

  • Canadian surgeons saved the child from paralysis of the right in the womb

    In Canada, surgeons have made an incredible on the complexity of the surgery — they opened the uterus of the expectant mother to undergo an operation formed inside the fetus.

  • Canada withdraws from Iraq reconnaissance aircraft

    Canadian reconnaissance aircraft CP-140 Aurora will complete the mission in Iraq, the troops of the international coalition against grouping “Islamic state” (IG banned in Russia) and will return to Canada in December 2017.

  • Convertible VAZ-2108 sell for 1 000 000 rubles

    The author of the ad said that for sale convertible VAZ-2108 released in 1993, and the model brought to Canada.

  • Stoltenberg: Ukraine and Georgia cannot become NATO’s newest members

    Ukraine and Georgia are not yet ready to become new members of NATO, but the Alliance is with them relevant work.

  • Inflation in Canada slowed in October to 1.4%

    In October 2017 consumer prices (index CPI) in Canada rose relative to October 2016 1.4% after rising 1.6% in September, according to data from the Statistical office of the country Relative to the previous month prices rose by 0.1%.

  • Angelina Jolie: Sexual violence has nothing to do with sex

    The actress Angelina Jolie in the framework of the Ministerial conference on UN peacekeeping in Vancouver, said that sexual violence is found not only in Hollywood but also in politics and even in the armed forces.

  • Amazing healing lake in Canada duplicates the aquatic environment of Mars

    Amazing lake Spotted lake, located in Canada, its unusual appearance and composition of the water is reminiscent of Mars.

  • Found new evidence of the falsification landing US on the moon

    Skeptics have long said that the Agency NASA faked “moon mission” of the United States, a new reason to return to the discussion of controversial topics was the material published by the British tabloid the Daily Star.

  • Expert: OnePlus 5T surpassed iPhone X the speed of face recognition

    Experts report that the speed of face recognition on the recently released OnePlus ahead of the iPhone 5T X. Unlock, according to the journalists, is immediate, what can be said about the flagship of Apple.

  • Apple moved the release date of the smart-column HomePod for 2018

    Apple moved the release date of the smart-column HomePod for 2018, reported the press service of the American Corporation.

  • China plans to build space shuttles, nuclear by 2040

    China plans to 2040 launch two-stage missiles re-use and new generation space Shuttle with a nuclear power plant, allowing for the exploration and development of deposits on asteroids.

  • Scientists have created a means to combat dependence on porn

    Indian neurologists on the basis of research created a new app for mobile devices under the name of “har har Mahadev”, which should help to cope with addiction from watching porn.

  • Ufologists from Norway sent an alien musical message

    A group of scientists from Norway carried out a special broadcast aimed at deep space, which contains a musical message.

  • NASA scientists have discovered an exoplanet with atmosphere

    “Planet diamond” 55 Cnc in the constellation of Cancer has a shell resembling the Earth’s atmosphere.

  • A humanoid robot learned to do a somersault

    In the video, the robot passes an obstacle course, jumping from platform to platform. At the end of the video Atlas successfully perform a back flip.

  • In Russia will introduce a new contactless payment technology

    Manufacturer of sports watches Garmin for the New year intends to launch in Russia contactless payment system called Garmin Pay.

  • “Ahaha” and “Sorrow”. “Schoolmates” have added a new button with the reactions

    To strengthen its response, the social network will allow five additional buttons with “superamazing” (“Super!”, “Love”, “Ahaha”, “Sadness” and “Shock!”) — to do this, users will need to press the button six times, says TJ.

  • Scientists explain how the Big spot on Jupiter acquired a red color

    Raging in Jupiter’s atmosphere for more than three centuries the Great red spot acquired its unusual color when exposed to cosmic rays and due to the presence of sulfur compounds and acetylene.

  • Astronomers: Earth bombarded exotic antimatter

    According to scientists, the source of dark energy may be dark matter, but officially it is not want to declare before checking all other options.

  • Messenger WhatsApp is testing a simplified sending voice messages

    Developers of the popular WhatsApp messenger has begun testing a simplified voice messages.

  • Life hack allows you to read deleted messages in WhatsApp

    In the beginning of this month the WhatsApp messenger for all platforms, including iOS and Android, received a new feature that allows you to delete messages that were already sent to the source.

  • Feature Stories appeared in the web version of Instagram

    The developers of Instagram say that added service to the web version of the product due to the fact that he is very popular among users.

  • “Ahaha” and “Sorrow”. “Schoolmates” have added a new button with the reactions

    To strengthen its response, the social network will allow five additional buttons with “superamazing” (“Super!”, “Love”, “Ahaha”, “Sadness” and “Shock!”) — to do this, users will need to press the button six times, says TJ.

  • Facebook introduced an application for editing and video Analytics

    Facebook released app Creator for video content creators. This is stated in the blog of the social network.

  • Out the very fast Firefox browser in history

    The developers of Mozilla introduced a new version of the Firefox browser at number 57.

  • Google plans to double its position in Japan

    “Doubling our position in Japan means the extension experienced engineering groups in this country,” said CFO Ruth Porat Alphabet at a press conference.

  • Emirates airline will launch the fastest Wi-Fi on Board

    Emirates airline in conjunction with the communications firm Thales has promised by 2020 to increase the speed of the Internet on its flights.

  • Case on hooliganism was opened in Odessa after the collapse of the concert Raikin

    A criminal case was opened in Odessa after the failure of the radical performances of people’s artist of Russia, artistic Director of theatre “Satyricon” Konstantin Raikin.

  • Russian aircraft A-100 made its first flight

    The first flight of a multifunctional aviation complex of AEW and guidance (IAC rlgn) A-100 took place on Saturday, reported “Interfax” the press service of the concern “VEGA”.

  • Pugacheva and Galkin were married after six years of marriage

    Maxim Galkin and Alla Pugacheva was married. The couple married in 2011, and two years later they had twins.

  • The US has accused Russia of disrespect for the victims hematic in Syria

    The US has accused Russia of disrespecting the memory of the victims of the attack with chemical weapons in Syria, because Moscow vetoed the extension of the mandate of the joint mission of the UN and the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) to investigate appropriate incidents.

  • Shooting in “Moscow-city”: four arrested

    Police detained another participant of the shootout in “Moscow-city” the evening of 17 November. It “VAZ” has stopped on the Avenue Marshal Zhukov.

  • “Odessa turned into nothing”: the Network has discussed failure of performance Raikin

    The failure of the Ukrainian radicals play Konstantin Raikin in Odessa caused a heated debate on the Network, while commentators were divided.

  • The U.S. intends to “fight for justice” in Syria without the UN security Council

    The United States will “fight for justice” in Syria without the UN Security Council, if we fail to come to a common position on further action against those responsible in the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

  • The U.S. Navy and NASA joined the search for missing Argentine submarine

    Research aircraft NASA has joined the search for the missing submarine military Navy San Juan, Argentina, reports USNI News.

  • Embassy in US urged not to restrict the freedom of the Russian media

    The Russian Embassy in Washington urged the us authorities to stop the practice of limiting press freedom in the Russian mass media (media).

  • Peskov told about the “mining” on the path of Putin’s motorcade

    “Received about 60 calls, which reported roughly about 50 explosive devices that were laid in different objects, including along the route of the presidential motorcade and objects near the places that were supposed to visit the President in St. Petersburg”, – said Peskov.

  • Russia blocked in the UN security Council a new resolution on Syria

    Russia blocked the adoption of UN Security Council draft resolution of Japan on the extension of the mandate of the UN mission, the OPCW in Syria for another 30 days.

  • Russia and the United States have agreed to investigate hematic in Syria

    The UN Security Council on the last day of the mission of UN-OPCW on the investigation of cases of use of chemical weapons in Syria (CMP) could not extend its mandate.

  • Editor-in-chief of Sputnik in the United States said that the authorities violate the freedom of speech

    Editor in chief news Agency Sputnik in the USA Mindia Gavasheli said that the requirement of the American authorities to an affiliate of the company, the news Agency Sputnik — Reston Translator to register as foreign agents is a violation of freedom of speech.

  • In the USA published more than 10 thousands of documents about the murder of John Kennedy

    National archives and records US published 10 744 thousand FBI documents on 5 million pages, relating to the assassination in 1963 of U.S. President John F. Kennedy.

  • Foreign Minister Waszczykowski of Poland urges EU to abandon gas from Russia

    The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski, calls on the EU to refuse the supply of natural gas from Russia.

  • Saudi Arabia recalled its Ambassador to Germany for consultation

    Saudi Arabia recalled its Ambassador in Germany “for consultations” after the statements of the Prime Minister of Germany Sigmar Gabriel.

  • British drones will monitor Russian ships

    Submarines the UK will soon be able to launch from under water drones that will monitor the Russian vessels from the British coast.

  • The state Department has approved sending Patriot missiles to Poland in $10.5 billion

    As informs Agency Reuters referring to the message of the Ministry of defense, the state Department agreed to supply to Poland of anti-ballistic missile systems Patriot.

  • NYT: US plans to defend themselves from the missiles of the DPRK with the help of cyber weapons

    The administration of U.S. President Donald trump might use cyberweapons and drones to prevent a missile attack from North Korea, reports the New York Times.

  • The U.S. intends to “fight for justice” in Syria without the UN security Council

    The United States will “fight for justice” in Syria without the UN Security Council, if we fail to come to a common position on further action against those responsible in the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

  • Seismologists recorded an earthquake of magnitude 6.3 in China

    An earthquake with magnitude of 6.3 occurred in the West of China. It is reported by the USGS.

  • Editor-in-chief of Sputnik in the United States said that the authorities violate the freedom of speech

    Editor in chief news Agency Sputnik in the USA Mindia Gavasheli said that the requirement of the American authorities to an affiliate of the company, the news Agency Sputnik — Reston Translator to register as foreign agents is a violation of freedom of speech.

  • The collision of the aircraft with a helicopter in England, killing 4 people

    As a result of collision of a light aircraft with a helicopter in the British County of Buckinghamshire killed four people.

  • In the USA published more than 10 thousands of documents about the murder of John Kennedy

    National archives and records US published 10 744 thousand FBI documents on 5 million pages, relating to the assassination in 1963 of U.S. President John F. Kennedy.

  • In the centre of Stockholm, unidentified men opened fire

    The incident occurred in Östermalm. An armed man opened fire and wounded one man.

  • The press service of the President of Poland called Poroshenko Viktor

    According to the “European truth” the press-service of the President of Poland Andrzej Duda made a mistake by publishing the news on a telephone conversation with Polish leader with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.

  • Foreign Minister Waszczykowski of Poland urges EU to abandon gas from Russia

    The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski, calls on the EU to refuse the supply of natural gas from Russia.

  • NATO apologized for Erdogan at the stand of “enemies” on the exercise of the Alliance

    The joint military command of the NATO center in Norway has officially apologized for the stand with the opponents of the Alliance on the teachings of the Alliance, which were placed photographs of the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reports NTV.

  • The media called the cause of the drawing of the Minister of defence of Spain

    Russian media called the cause of the drawing of the Minister of defence of Spain.

  • The widow of Lennon forced the owner of the bar “Yoko Mono” to change the sign

    “With sufficient share of probability it is possible to draw a conclusion about the relationship with the plaintiff bar,” – said the representative of the court of Hamburg Kai Wantzen.

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