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Despite sanctions: NASA made an offer to the Roscosmos for the future operation of the ISS

Despite sanctions: NASA made an offer to the Roscosmos for the future operation of the ISSNASA, Russian scientists proposed a new program of research on the International space station.The Americans propose to conduct a series of annual joint flights American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut partially merged with the research program. Now Russian scientists discussing a proposal to NASA. However, in General, made us partners the idea of scientists liked.Meanwhile, the Russian Federal space Agency said that in the thirties of this century planned expedition to the moon. Specialists can begin preparing for this project in the coming years.The representative of Roscosmos said that recently, proposals for research activities on the ISS formulated Chinese partners. They suggested that the Russian space Agency to conduct a number of joint projects on the International space station. . Read more -->

The law prohibiting the sale of alcoholic soft drinks in the Urals came into force

The law prohibiting the sale of alcoholic soft drinks in the Urals came into forceIn the Kurgan region banned the retail sale of alcoholic soft drinks. Corresponding to the ban imposed by the law passed by the regional Parliament. The document came into effect on 18 November.In the city of Barrow explained that the law also imposed restrictions on the retail sale of non-alcoholic soft drinks. . . . Read more -->

The UN security Council did not support the statement of the Russian Federation, condemning the violence in Ukraine

The UN security Council did not support the statement of the Russian Federation, condemning the violence in UkraineRussia presented on Friday at the UN security Council a draft of the thesis for printing condemning the violence in Ukraine, however, the delegation of the Western countries began to make their amendments and to reach an agreement failed, said a diplomatic source in the world organization.After the meeting of the UN security Council, the permanent representative of the UK mark Lial Grant told reporters that if Russia will present such a document, he is "happy" to be studied, but should include "the condemnation of the killings, abductions and raids on buildings". As a result, neither the application nor simple abstracts for the press and has not been released, according to RIA Novosti. . . . . Read more -->

The court in Magnitogorsk was sentenced to probation police for bribes of food and clothes

The court in Magnitogorsk was sentenced to probation police for bribes of food and clothesLeninsky district court of Magnitogorsk was sentenced to three years and three months suspended imprisonment of former Deputy chief for operations of the Metropolitan police Department в„–8 Fyodor Aristarkhov for bribes, which he took food and clothing.As reported in office of public Prosecutor of the Chelyabinsk region, January 23, 2014 policeman in the office got a winter coat, hat and alcohol for the liberation of women from administrative liability for the sale to minors of cigarettes. The investigation showed that July to December 2013 Aristarkhov received as bribes food three times, he was freed migrants from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan on administrative responsibility for violation of residence in the Russian Federation.In addition, as has been the consequence, March 14, 2014 police informed the detainee that he may become a defendant in the case of forgery, but this can be avoided for a bribe of 10 thousand rublesLaw enforcers found guilty under part 3 of article 290 of the criminal code (receiving officer a bribe for illegal actions (inaction) and part 3 of article 159 of the criminal code (fraud committed by a person using his official position).The court sentenced Aristarkhov to three years and three months imprisonment with a probation period of three years with a fine in the amount of 210 thousand. . . . . Read more -->

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