Romanian military helicopter crash kills 7
The tragedy occurred in the southeast of the country.
In Romania, an IAR 330-Puma military helicopter, which took part in the search for the missing Air Force MiG-21 fighter, crashed. T
Czech Prime Minister Fiala: Gas reserves in the country will last for 30 days
One of the largest gas storage facilities in the European Union is located in the republic. Since the start of the special operation, more than 20,000 Ukrainians have arrived in the Czech Republic.
WHO: In a week in the world, the incidence of COVID-19 fell by 19%
Deaths from coronavirus worldwide increased by 4%.
Opponents of COVID-19 restrictions blocked the Ambassador Bridge connecting Canada and the United States
Since January 29, large-scale protests against covid restrictions have been held in many cities in Canada, initiated by Canadian truckers.
The Daily Mail unveiled a «map» of the real estate of Russian oligarchs
A map of the United Kingdom showing the property of oligarchs from the Russian Federation was published by British journalists on February 1 on the website of The Daily Mail newspaper.
In Tashkent, the value of human dignity will be assessed using a special index
The local index will be analogous to the world Human Development Index, which is used to assess living standards and other indicators.
UN: Ukraine left 1 million refugees after the start of a special operation
The special operation in Ukraine began on February 24. The Russian president stressed that its goal is the demilitarization and denazification of the population.
State Department: US has never called the exact timing of the «invasion» of Ukraine
The United States has never given an exact timeline for the escalation of the situation around Ukraine, State Department spokesman Ned Price said.
Dmitry Peskov: Putin and Macron could not conclude any deals
Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov issued a refutation of the article by The Financial Times that a deal was concluded between Russia and France on Ukraine.
In Chile, a housekeeper with 15 years of experience became the Deputy Minister of Women's Affairs
Chilean President Gabriel Boric has appointed a housekeeper with 15 years of experience as Deputy Minister of Women's Affairs.
Peskov: Vladimir Putin may meet with Emmanuel Macron soon
On the eve of the Presidents of Russia and France, Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron held the second telephone conversation in the last few days. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov allowed an early meeting of the two leaders.
State Department: Russia Transmitted US Response to Proposals to De-escalate Situation in Ukraine
On the night of February 1, 2022, The Washington Post reported that Russia's response to the White House on security guarantees had been transmitted. The US State Department reported that Moscow had also received a response to proposals to de-escalate the situation in Ukraine.
A package of bills on measures to support Russians and businesses submitted to the State Duma
The government submitted a draft law to the State Duma, which refers to a set of socio-economic measures aimed at supporting Russians and businesses under sanctions.
Expert: Kiev crushed Moscow with food prices
RIA Novosti conducted a comparative analysis of prices in Russia and Ukraine. As a result, as the statistics showed, Kiev “crushed” Moscow in terms of the cost of products.
The Russian government approved the concept of regulating the circulation of digital currencies
The Russian government has approved the concept of legislative regulation of digital currencies.
US National Debt Exceeds $30 Trillion For The First Time
The national debt of the United States for the first time exceeded 30 trillion dollars.
The Russian government intends to attract up to 600 billion rubles in climate projects
Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko announced the government's plan to attract up to 600 billion rubles in climate-related projects.
Glavred «Echo of Moscow» Alexei Venediktov announced the liquidation of the radio station and the site
The radio station «Echo of Moscow» will be liquidated by decision of the board of directors, as reported by the editor-in-chief of the station Alexei Venediktov.
Doctor Mikhaleva spoke about the risk of high mercury content in some types of fish
Fish is considered a healthy product, but sometimes it can become harmful, in particular due to the high content of mercury, said dietitian Oksana Mikhaleva.
Doctor Chupin warned about the risk of amputation due to thrombosis after COVID-19
Thrombosis in those who have had coronavirus is common, and against its background, a critical deterioration in the blood supply to the limbs can develop, which leads to amputation, said Andrey Chupin, MD, head of the department of vascular surgery at the Vishnevsky National Medical Research Center for Surgery of the Russian Ministry of Health.
WHO says more deaths due to COVID-19 in most parts of the world
Mortality is increasing in most regions of the world due to the rapid spread of «omicron».
Schoolchildren from the Leningrad region due to COVID-19 will go on unscheduled holidays from February 7 to 20
Petersburg, students in grades 7-11 were sent to distance learning amid an increase in the number of people infected with COVID-19. In the Leningrad region, schoolchildren will be sent on unscheduled vacations ahead of schedule.
Two passengers of the Moscow metro beat two police officers
Two passengers of the Moscow metro at the station «Tulskaya» beat two policemen. The reason for this was the requirement of law enforcement officers to go to the police room for identification.
In Sheremetyevo, a mobile power station for aircraft charging caught fire
At the mobile electric charging station for aircraft at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, a short circuit occurred, followed by a fire, as reported by emergency services.
23 people were victims of floods in the capital of Ecuador
At least 23 people have died in massive flooding in the Ecuadorian capital Quito. They were caused by heavy rains.
Armed attack on IRGC press center in Iran
In the Iranian city of Seravan, an unknown person opened fire on the building of the intelligence department of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
Deputy Mayor Bochkarev: 11 new fire stations to be built in Moscow by 2025
Deputy Mayor of Moscow Andrei Bochkarev said that by 2025, 11 new fire stations will be built in the capital.
In Moscow, on the territory of the «South Port» will appear an analogue of the Central Park in New York
The park will be located on an area of more than two hectares in the center of a new high-rise residential area.
In Moscow, against the backdrop of “omicron”, the number of operators of the hotline 122 was increased to seven thousand
This is three times more than two weeks ago.
Moscow plans to check 1,700 institutions for compliance with anti-COVID measures
Violators will be held accountable and their activities may be suspended.
In Russia, non-flowering potatoes are created using genome editing
Scientists note that they managed to block the flowering of the plant, which made it possible to transfer its energy resources to the formation and formation of tubers.
Scientists have discovered a potential new variant of coronavirus in the sewers
Researchers from New York have identified a new variant of covid in city wastewater. Express, citing scientists, writes that the virus resembles an «omicron», which can cause an outbreak of a new strain of COVID-19.
New Trojan asteroid found in Earth orbit
The researchers informed that the Earth now shares its orbit with a new Trojan asteroid.
Royal Society Open Science: Domestication Shrinks Cat Brains
Scientists from the University of Vienna, together with colleagues from the National Museum of Scotland, found that over the past 10 thousand years, the brain size of cats has decreased during domestication.
Even a minute's sleep significantly improves the creative abilities of the brain
Researchers from the University of Paris found that taking a short nap is enough to improve creativity. They determined that napping helps to find creative solutions.
The Polish Football Union asks UEFA to move the match from Moscow to a neutral field
Polish Minister of Sports Kamil Bortnichuk said that it is necessary to move the play-off match of the M-2022 qualifying tournament with the Russian team from Moscow to a neutral field.
Suspension lifted from Kamila Valieva, Russia will keep the gold of the Olympic team tournament 2022
This decision is still subject to appeal.
Russian futsal team reached the semi-finals of the European Championship
The Russian national futsal team made it to the semi-finals of the European Championship, which takes place in the Netherlands.
Nike suspends partnership with Manchester United footballer Greenwood
Nike has announced the suspension of its partnership with Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood.
In Moscow, amid stabilization of the situation with covid, 8 CT centers return to planned work
Some of the hospitals that were repurposed to provide medical care to covid patients are also returning to routine work in the capital.
Dietitian Ginzburg urges to give up fried meat and cold drinks during the covid pandemic
Dietitian, Doctor of Medical Sciences Mikhail Ginzburg named foods that are not recommended during the coronavirus pandemic.
Express: excessive use of energy drinks can lead to sudden cardiac arrest
This drink is dangerous due to the high concentration of caffeine.
Belarusian doctors allowed to diagnose COVID-19 without PCR test by X-ray
Exceptions are cases in which hospitalization of the patient in a hospital is necessary.
Denmark is the first country in Europe to lift all covid restrictions as of February 1
The authorities took this decision because of the high vaccination rate of the population.
In Bashkiria, a recreation center will be built on the Nugush reservoir for 2.5 million rubles
The glamping complex will be located on the territory of the national park. Entrepreneurs received a grant for work in 2020.
In Russia, from March 5, they will launch a cruise tour «To Siberia of good will»
The train will make stops in Kazan, Tyumen, Tobolsk and Perm. The trip is for six days. The cost of the trip per person will be about 70 thousand rubles.
ATOR told where you can go without a visa for Valentine's Day
Representatives of the Association of Tour Operators talked about which countries you can go to without visas on February 14.
Experts ranked countries for budget travel
The editors of the women's magazine Passion have identified the most relevant destinations for travel at an affordable price.
Thai authorities open new airport for tourists
Thai authorities are trying to get more airports to accommodate foreign tourists.
Volkswagen to launch production of ID.Buzz electric car on March 9
The German company Volkswagen will begin production of the ID.Buzz electric car on March 9th.
Lexus began sales of a new generation crossover in Russia
Auto dealers announce the start of accepting applications for the updated Lexus NX.
29% of drivers in Russia plan to sell their car at a higher price in two years
A third of motorists in Russia in one or two years plan to sell their car for more than it currently costs.
Skoda presented the Enyaq Coupe RS electric coupe-crossover
The Czech company has unveiled the high-performance Skoda Enyaq Coupe RS electric crossover car.
AVTOVAZ intends to produce an updated LADA Vesta model until 2028
The restyled LADA Vesta, whose debut will take place soon, will be produced until 2028.
Experts predict a rise in prices for new cars in Russia at the level of 20%
Due to the shortage of new machines and components, as well as inflation and rising prices for raw materials and logistics, new machines will become even more expensive. If the dollar continues to grow, then imported cars will increase in price by 20% already during 2022.
Natalia Gergieva explained the disappearance of the scandalous «wishes» addressed to Beglov
Earlier, the daughter of conductor Valery Gergiev, Natalia, on her VK page wished the governor of St. Petersburg Beglov a speedy death from the coronavirus.
Petersburg delegation headed by Governor Alexander Beglov arrives in Minsk
The delegation will meet with President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.
Deputies of St. Petersburg asked the Ministry of Health to control the cost of PCR tests
The test should be available to all residents of Russia.
Rise in Covid cases led to a peak load on the 122 hotline in St. Petersburg
On January 31, the 122 hotline received almost 200,000 requests from St. Petersburg residents to call a doctor.
St. Petersburg is urgently expanding the hospital at Lenexpo for covid patients
From February 1, 300 additional beds will be deployed.
Britney Spears' bizarre Valentine's Day dance hits 700,000 likes
Singer Britney Spears discouraged fans with her unusual dance in a red bodysuit.
Spider-Man Stars Tom Holland And Zendaya Bought A House, Deciding To Move In Together
Actors Tom Holland and Zendaya, best known for their roles in the Spider-Man films, have bought property in the UK.
Ornella Muti, Italian actress with «Russian roots», will receive Russian citizenship
Actress Ornella Muti admitted that she would like to become a citizen of Russia and considers Russian culture her own.
Hollywood Star Whoopi Goldberg Apologizes For Holocaust Remarks
American actress Whoopi Goldberg has been accused of distorting historical facts about the Holocaust.
Boris Shcherbakov hospitalized with coronavirus - Video
People's Artist of the Russian Federation Boris Shcherbakov was again hospitalized with COVID-19.