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Найближчої ночі Україна перейде на літній час

Верховна Рада раніше цього місяця розглядала, але не змогла ухвалити закон про скасування сезонної зміни часу

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Степанов: комерційного ринку COVID-вакцин немає, але Україна зацікавлена у завезенні фармкомпаніями

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Туреччина затвердила план розвитку каналу «Стамбул» для полегшення судноплавства через протоку Босфор

Проєкт має зменшити судноплавний рух по Босфору, вузькій прямій, що проходить через Стамбул, і є одним з найбільш завантажених морських коридорів у світі

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Police: 2 Dead, 8 Wounded in Virginia Beach Oceanfront Shootings

Two people are dead and eight people were wounded in shootings along Virginia Beach’s oceanfront, police said Saturday.
 
Eight people were shot just after 11 p.m. Friday, Virginia Beach police said in a news release. All eight were taken to local hospitals, with conditions ranging from serious to life-threatening.
 
One woman died of a gunshot wound on the scene, the release said. At an earlier news conference, police Chief Paul Neudigate said the death possibly stemmed from an unrelated shooting.
 
The release also said one officer suffered minor injuries. Neudigate had said the officer was struck by a vehicle during the investigation.
 
A different officer fatally shot a man at the shooting scene. While officers were investigating the original shooting, shots were fired nearby, Neudigate said. The officer confronted the man, leading to the deadly gunfire.
 
The officer, who has been with the department for five years and is assigned to its special operations division, has been placed on administrative leave.
 
The original shooting and the officer shooting were being investigated concurrently, the release said.
 
“We have a very chaotic incident, a very chaotic night,” Neudigate said during the news conference.
 
No suspect information was immediately available. Neudigate said several people were in police custody but their possible involvement in the shooting was still under investigation.
 
Multiple roads were blocked off throughout the night while police worked in the area.
 

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Від початку доби бойовики 4 рази стріляли на Донбасі, втрат у ЗСУ немає – штаб ООС

Бойових втрат серед особового складу Об’єднаних сил внаслідок обстрілів немає, вказали у штабі

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Афганістан: через напади талібів загинули щонайменше 13 поліцейських

Повідомляється, що таліби атакували контрольно-пропускний пункт на шосе в провінції Гільменд

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У Білорусі силовики затримали десятки учасників святкування Дня Волі

Затримання відбуваються на площі Бангалор у Мінську і біля неї – саме в цьому місці планували провести мітинг

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US Envoy for Afghanistan Heads to Turkey, Region to Push Talks to End Conflict

The U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad has departed for Turkey and the region, the U.S. State Department said Saturday, in a push to encourage Afghan parties to accelerate negotiations to end conflict in the country.
 
President Joe Biden is deciding whether to meet a May 1 deadline for the withdrawal of the last 3,500 American troops in Afghanistan that was set in a February 2020 accord struck with the Taliban under former President Donald Trump.
 
Biden’s administration has sought to build international pressure on the Taliban and U.S.-backed Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s government to reach a peace agreement and a cease-fire before the deadline.
 
“He will engage the two sides on their preparatory efforts for talks on a political settlement that produces a permanent cease-fire and a durable and just peace,” the State Department said in a statement, adding that Khalilzad departed Thursday for the talks.
 
The Taliban said Friday it would resume hostilities against foreign forces – which ended under the U.S.-Taliban deal – if they remain beyond the deadline.
 
Biden said Thursday it would be hard to comply with the deadline, which also requires the departure of some 7,000 allied forces.
 
The Taliban has said it was committed to the agreement, which it has termed the “most sensible and shortest path” to end 20 years of war in Afghanistan – America’s longest foreign conflict.