свіжі новини:

“Выборы, выборы, кандидаты п*доры?” Шнуров идет в Госдуму

“Выборы, выборы, кандидаты п*доры?” шнуров идет в госдуму.

За полтора с лишним года до парламентских выборов в россии естественным образом активизируется партстроительство
 

 
 
Для распространения вашего видео или сообщения в Сети Правды пишите на email: pravdaua@email.cz
 
 
Лучшие предложения товаров и услуг в Сети SeLLines
 



Українка, яка вилікувалася від коронавірусу, залишається в готелі в Японії

Українка, яка хворіла на коронавірус COVID-19 і була виписана з лікарні, наразі перебуває в готелі в Японії, повідомила Радіо Свобода речниця Міністерства закордонних справ України Катерина Зеленко.

«Уже найближчим часом ми знатимемо більше про це, можливо, через кілька годин з’явиться оновлена інформація. Поки що ми виходимо з того, що вона перебуватиме в готелі», – сказала речниця.

Вона підтвердила, що громадянку України було виписано з лікарні 27 лютого.

«Посольство України в Японії надає нашій співвітчизниці необхідне сприяння, інші троє громадян України продовжують перебувати в медичних закладах, їхній стан поліпшується, дата виписки невідома», – сказала Катерина Зеленко.

 

4 лютого на круїзному лайнері Diamond Princess біля берегів Японії оголосили двотижневий карантин через виявлені випадки коронавірусу. За даними МЗС України, на борту лайнера перебували 25 українців. Вони є членами екіпажу. Загалом там було понад 3,5 тисячі людей.

19 лютого пасажирам Diamond Princes дозволили залишити корабель, якщо в них не виявили коронавірусу чи його симптомів. Наразі більшість людей на борту продовжують перевіряти лікарі. Там виявили понад 600 випадків коронавірусу.

2019-nCov (COVID-19) належить до великої групи коронавірусів. У деяких випадках перебіг хвороби – легкий, в деяких – із симптомами застуди і грипу, зокрема з високою температурою і кашлем, у більш складних випадках спостерігається задишка. Це може перерости в пневмонію, яка може бути смертельною. Більшість хворих, однак, видужують.



«Динамо» продало захисника Кадара в китайський клуб

Київське «Динамо» продало угорського захисника Тамаша Кадара в клуб китайської Суперліги «Шаньдун Лунен».

Сума трансферу не розголошується, проте, за даними сайту SportArena, «Динамо» заробило 2,5 мільйона євро.

Кадар виступав за «Динамо» з 2017 року після переходу з польського клубу «Лех». На його рахунку 66 матчів в Українській прем’єр-лізі, вісім матчів у кубкових національних турнірах і 30 поєдинків у єврокубках. Він відзначився одним голом.  



Coronavirus Emergency Funding Expected to Leap Political Hurdles

U.S. lawmakers are working to quickly pass a bipartisan bill providing billions of dollars in emergency funding to address the worldwide spread of a coronavirus. Increasing the pressure on lawmakers to address the threat is the first U.S. coronavirus case with no known cause, meaning the female victim in Northern California did not travel outside the U.S. or come in contact with anyone who is infected.Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can
download this video to view it offline. Embed” />CopyMore cases likelyNevertheless, health officials briefing lawmakers on the U.S. response said the public should not panic, even though more cases are expected.“The risk of the American public is low,” said Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “We have an aggressive containment strategy that really has worked up to this time; 15 cases in the United States. Until the case that we just had in Sacramento, we hadn’t had a new case in two weeks. We do believe we’re going to continue to see new cases.”The rapid movement of the virus is forcing many lawmakers to acknowledge that no one knows how much money will be enough, whether it’s the president’s $2.5 billion plan or Senate Democrats’ $8.5 billion proposal.“We should just be ready to make sure our scientists and the folks that are on the front line, particularly the folks that are in public health systems and hospitals on the frontline have the resources and support,” said Rep. Ami Bera, a Democrat from California and a physician.Funding soonDespite political disagreements, lawmakers are expecting to pass that extra funding by mid-March.McConnell, speaking on the Senate floor, said he has faith that bipartisan discussions on the Senate Appropriations Committee would agree on “the right sum … at this time to ensure our nation’s needs are fully funded” within the next two weeks.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has tried to calm fears about the virus by visiting a Chinatown in her California congressional district, said lawmakers were getting close to a deal.“We must stand ready to work in a bipartisan fashion in Congress, and with the administration to achieve the necessary goal,” she said. “Lives are at stake. This is not a time for name calling or playing politics.”Reuters contributed to this report.



Deep Divide Between Progressives, Moderates in Democratic Primary

The U.S. Democratic Party finds itself at a crossroads at a critical time in the 2020 election cycle. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, is the clear front-runner for the party nomination despite warnings from moderate Democrats that Sanders would lead the party to defeat in November against President Donald Trump. At the core of the Democrat’s dilemma is a sharp divide between the party’s progressive wing and the moderates, as we hear from VOA National correspondent Jim Malone.
 



У Карпатах значна небезпека сходження лавин – ДСНС

У Карпатах зберігається значна небезпека сходження лавин. Про це повідомили у Державній службі з надзвичайних ситуацій.

«У зв’язку з інтенсивним приростом снігового покриву, 28 лютого у високогір’ї Закарпатської та у горах Івано-Франківської областей зберігається значна сніголавинна небезпека (3 рiвень)», – мовиться у повідомленні.

У Закарпатській та Івано-Франківській областях вдень 3-5 градусів тепла, очікуються опади у вигляді снігу та мокрого снігу.



ДСНС: на більшій частині території України очікується сильний вітер

Державна служба з надзвичайних ситуацій 28 лютого оголосила штормове попередження через сильний поривчастий вітер на більшій частині території України.

«28 лютого у південних, центральних та східних областях пориви вітру 15-20 м/с, в Херсонській та Запорізькій областях вночі до 24 м/с (І рівень небезпечності, жовтий)», – мовиться у повідомленні.

За даними Укргідрометцентру, у Києві вдень 4-6 градусів тепла, без істотних опадів, вітер північно-західний 7-12 м/с.



Biden Looks to Invigorate Presidential Bid in South Carolina

The contest to nominate a Democrat to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in the November general election comes to South Carolina on Saturday ((February 29th)). As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, former Vice President Joe Biden is counting on the support of African Americans who make up a majority of Democrat Party voters in the state to help him break through with a much-needed win. 



South Carolina Democrats Hunt for Candidate to Beat Trump

It’s hard for Darryl Thompson to escape the onslaught of political messaging ahead of South Carolina’s Democratic primary election.“It’s everywhere, it’s on social media, it’s on broadcast … everywhere you want, it’s there,” he says, including on the radio of the truck he drives for a living.But Thompson isn’t tuning out. He’s actually “watching to see who has the better deal” addressing the issues that concern him most, such as the incarceration levels in his state, and the high costs of health care and college tuition.  But there is one thing he says he wants more than anything else.“I want somebody who can beat President Trump,” he told Voice of America while watching the latest debate among the remaining Democrats in the race for the nomination.  Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can
Democratic 2020 U.S. presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders rallies with supporters at Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, N.C., Feb. 27, 2020.“Bernie Sanders … all day long,” he declares without hesitation.  “He has the momentum.”While Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist fresh off victories in New Hampshire and Nevada, is the current front-runner for Democrats nationally, in South Carolina former Vice President Joe Biden has led recent polls of likely voters.Businessman Tom Steyer is also polling strongly, while former South Bend, Indiana , Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar are all trailing after mixed results in earlier contests.“I think some of the things that Bernie Sanders says has sparked interest in some people, but as you start to dig into those facts, some of the things that Bernie Sanders says actually will not work,” says Michelle Nelson, an adjunct professor with the Medical University of South Carolina. “That’s why we need Joe Biden. Joe Biden has been there. He knows how it works.”  FILE – In this Feb. 26, 2020, file photo, Rev. Al Sharpton greets Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., at the National Action Network South Carolina Ministers’ Breakfast in North Charleston, S.C.While attending a National Action Network  civil rights breakfast, hosted by the Rev. Al Sharpton at her church, Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist in Charleston, Nelson had the opportunity to hear from many of the presidential candidates in person.   She says this is the most consequential election of her life.“That’s why we really need to get behind Joe Biden because he is the only candidate that has the strength, the capacity, and the know-how to take on and beat Donald Trump.”“I’m looking at Bloomberg, surprisingly, because I want to win,” Georgetown, South Carolina travel company owner Vanessa Greene told VOA.  Even though former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is not on the ballot in South Carolina, pockets of support for him reveal a Democratic electorate that has yet to rally around a single candidate.  “Unfortunately, Bloomberg isn’t here but it makes a difference when you are able to kind of be in the same room with someone,” Greene said before admitting she hasn’t fully made up her mind, and was waiting in line to attend a town hall campaign event with Biden just a few days before she cast her ballot.“I think people really want to find someone who the can wrap themselves around, so I think they will give him a good hearing,” she said about Biden.People wait for Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden to arrive at Scott’s Bar-B-Que in Hemingway, S.C., Feb. 27, 2020. “The black vote is 50, 60 percent of the Democratic strength here, and that’s going to be the interesting thing in the primary — where does that black vote go?” asks University of South Carolina professor Charles Bierbauer who says the Palmetto state is “everything” to Biden, who, as vice president, served alongside America’s first black president, Barack Obama, but has yet to win a nominating contest this year.“He [Biden]  has not shown well in the first three caucuses and primaries. Second in Nevada. He has to win someplace, and this has always been the place,” says Bierbauer, who also covered politics as a senior Washington correspondent for CNN.  “Politicians like to refer to that as a firewall, somewhere, something that will stop the spread of, in this case, the Bernie Sanders campaign.”South Carolina is also an “open” primary, which means voters from either party can vote for a candidate in the election. With Trump as the presumptive nominee for Republicans, some activists are encouraging Republican voters to turn out and vote on the Democratic side for Sanders as a way to create chaos for Democrats, and blunt a strong showing for Biden in South Carolina.“I wouldn’t mind Joe Biden … the thing about the Democratic Party is we have to make up our mind,” says voter Darryl Thompson.  While they disagree on the best candidate, Democrats in South Carolina seek party unity moving forward.“We can’t have so many of us scattered,” says Thompson. “All of us have to come together.”“It’s very important that we unite as African Americans, and we unite as Democrats to nominate a candidate that can be elected,” says Michelle Nelson, the medical school professor.    Nelson added: “Our votes on Saturday are going to speak to other states like Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia” which hold contests several days later in the March 3 Super Tuesday primary election event. It’s the date when the largest number of states or territories hold presidential preference contests, and a large numbers of minority voters will head to the polls.“We need someone strong enough to put Donald Trump out of office,” Nelson emphasized.Trump reached office with South Carolina’s help, winning the state decisively in the 2016 election.




Copyright © 2020 Український Канал  |  допомога: dmnsa  •  правда україни  •  wстудія  •  sellines  •  купуй!  •  meneedit