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Ліга чемпіонів: «Манчестер Сіті» здобув вольову перемогу над ПСЖ на виїзді

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ДБР провело обшуки на «Кузні на Рибальському» та «Богдані»

«Кузня на Рибальському» та «Богдан Моторс» не коментували повідомлення про обшуки ДБР

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3 Accused in Failed Kidnapping of Governor Charged With Conspiracy

Three men who face accusations in a failed plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer are now charged with conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction.The three are accused of planning to use devices to blow up a bridge near the governor’s home, hoping to impede law enforcement after the planned kidnapping, according to a news release announcing the grand jury indictment.”According to court documents, Adam Fox, 40, of Wyoming, Michigan; Barry Croft, Jr., 45, of Bear, Delaware; and Daniel Joseph Harris, 23, of Lake Orion, Michigan, are charged with knowingly conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction against persons or property,” the Department of Justice statement released Wednesday said.Fox, Croft, and Harris — along with defendants Kaleb Franks and Brandon Caserta — already face life in prison if convicted in the kidnapping conspiracy, the release said, adding that “Fox, Croft, and Harris each face up to life in prison if convicted of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction.”Fourteen have been charged in the kidnapping plot. They were apparently enraged about the Democratic politician’s lockdown measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. The orders were some of the strictest in the country.One defendant, Ty Garbin, pleaded guilty of conspiracy in the plan in January and is reportedly cooperating in the investigation. He apparently texted details of the plot to a government informant, leading to the breakup of the plan.

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Дипломат Щерба прокоментував своє звільнення з посади посла України в Австрії

Щерба: це ще не від’їзд, це ще не прощання, у дипломатії все не так швидко

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Future Is Now Made of Virtual Diplomacy

America’s re-engagement with the world coincides with a weird new era: that of virtual diplomacy. Since the pandemic made travel unsafe, world leaders have taken their diplomacy digital, opening up new possibilities for engagement — but also, new concerns about fairness and transparency, and the occasional awkward moment. VOA’s Anita Powell follows this story — virtually, of course — and reports from Johannesburg.Camera: Zaheer Cassim/Nike Ching (cellphone video)   
Producer: Jon Spier 

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У Чернігові дозволили відновити роботу дитсадкам, початковій школі та частині підприємців

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У Дніпрі карантинні обмеження продовжили на два місяці

За рішенням спецкомісії, школярі 5-11 класів продовжать навчання дистанційно до 12 травня. Разом із тим молодша школа й дитсадки працюватимуть у звичному режимі

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Germany’s Merkel Presses Chinese Prime Minister on Human Rights

During a meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a return to discussions on human rights, saying such consultations in the past have improved relations between their two nations.
The comments came during wide-ranging governmental consultations between Merkel and Li — held virtually due to the pandemic — on issues like the fight against the spread of the coronavirus, economic cooperation and other issues.
Merkel, who is not running for re-election, noted the regular consultations between the two countries during her nearly 16 years in power improved cooperation on issues from climate change to business. She said those talks at times covered areas of disagreement such as human rights and Hong Kong.
Merkel said, “Part of our partnership includes addressing difficult topics and putting everything on the table. Traditionally, the issue of human rights repeatedly plays a role and here, differences of opinion exist.” She said in the past, they always succeeded in addressing those issues and, “I would wish that we can soon reinstall the human rights dialogue.”
A Chinese Foreign Ministry statement acknowledged Beijing and Berlin have different views on some issues but did not mention a human rights dialogue. It called for mutual respect of core interests and communication on the basis of non-interference.
In the statement, Li said China and Germany should demonstrate “cooperation and unity” in their push for global economic recovery.”