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Футбол: «Зоря» обіграла «Маріуполь» у першому матчі чемпіонату після зимової паузи

Луганська «Зоря» на виїзді обіграла «Маріуполь» з Донецької області в першому матчі чемпіонату України з футболу після зимової паузи.

У складі «Зорі» забивали Михайло Перович та Богдан Лєднєв. За «Маріуполь» відзначився Дмитро Мишньов.

Ця перемога дозволила «Зорі» обійти київське «Динамо» на одне очко. Втім, кияни мають гру в запасі – у ці хвилини вони приймають на своєму полі полтавську «Ворсклу».

Лідирує в чемпіонаті України донецький «Шахтар», який має 50 очок.

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Зеленський звільняє голову Тернопільської ОДА після протестів через евакуацію громадян з Китаю

Президент України Володимир Зеленський звільняє голову Тернопільської обласної державної адміністрації Ігоря Сопеля після протестів через евакуацію громадян з Китаю, де зафіксований спалах коронавірусу.

«У зв’язку із ситуацією, що виникла на Тернопільщині через евакуацію з Китаю громадян України, та незадовільною роботою облдержадміністрації з інформування населення щодо епідеміологічної безпеки президент України прийняв заяву Ігоря Сопеля про відставку із займаної посади за власним бажанням», – повідомив Офіс президента.

20 лютого до України прилетів спецрейс із китайського міста Уханю, де зафіксований найбільший спалах нового коронавірусу. У літаку перебували 45 громадян України і 27 іноземців, а також екіпаж і лікарський супровід. За даними української влади, всі здорові.

Водночас евакуйовані впродовж 14 днів будуть на карантині-спостереженні (обсервації) в закритому медичному центрі Національної гвардії в Нових Санжарах. За повідомленнями влади, небезпеки ймовірного потрапляння коронавірусу за межі закритого медцентру навіть у разі його виявлення немає.

Напередодні евакуації у низці областей, зокрема Тернопільській та Львівській, відбувалися акції протесту – люди вимагали не розміщувати прибулих з Китаю на території їхніх міст.

 

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До Белграда привезли російські ракетні системи «Панцир-С1»

На белградському військовому летовищі приземлився літак «Ан-124 Руслан» з ознаками РА-82038, який доставив дві ракетні системи «Панцир-С1» для протиповітряної оборони. Белград й Москва минулого року досягли домовленості про купівлю шести згаданих систем. Белградські ЗМІ повідомляють, що літак з ракетними системами летів понад Чорне море й територією Болгарії, котра надала дозвіл для польоту.

Офіційних даних щодо ціни й умов сплати згаданих ракетних систем немає.

Система «Панцир С» складається з протиповітряних ракет й гармат та відповідних радарів. Вона призначена, уточнюють белградські джерела, для захисту аеропортів, командних центрів, комунікаційних вузлів та інших важливих обʼєктів.

Минулого року, коли було підписано угоду про купівлю «панцирів», сербські урядовці стверджували, що йдеться про оборонну систему, та що вона не буде спрямована проти сусідів або інших країн. Сусідні країни Сербії – Чорногорія, Хорватія, Угорщина, Румунія й Болгарія – члени Північноатлантичного альянсу (НАТО). Македонія стане членом Альянсу через кілька тижнів. В Боснії і Герцеговині розташовані підрозділи НАТО в рамках мирних сил.

Розташування шести російських ракетних систем, на думку оглядачів, має більше політичну аніж військову вагу.

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Пукин доигрался: Турция готовится к наведению порядка

Пукин доигрался: Турция готовится к наведению порядка
 

 
 
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Пукинисты пытаются строить мировую дезинформационную сеть

Пукинисты пытаются строить мировую дезинформационную сеть.

Из госбюджета россии финансируется создание глобального конгломерата средств массовой информации, лояльных к пукину
 

 
 
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Зачем пукину новая фрик-партия со Шнуром? Шнур идёт на выборы! Многоходовочка

Зачем пукину новая фрик-партия со Шнуром? Шнур идёт на выборы! Многоходовочка.

Лидер группы “Ленинград” Сергей Шнуров стал членом петербургского отделения Партии роста. Плюс выдвинут делегатом от питерского отделения на съезд 21 марта.

Последние новости России и мира, экономика, бизнес, культура, технологии, спорт
 

 
 
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Is America Ready to Elect a Gay President?

Pete Buttigieg, the first openly gay U.S. presidential candidate to mount a major campaign, has emerged as one of the leaders in the Democratic Party’s early nomination contests.While Buttigieg’s sexual orientation has not been a major issue in the Democratic race, many believe it would become a point of contention if he won the nomination to face President Donald Trump in November.For his part, Buttigieg neither trumpets nor hides his sexuality. On the campaign trail, he speaks of being gay in terms of family values, emphasizing he is in a loving, committed same-sex marriage, and what his candidacy says about inclusion and equality in America today.“One of the best things about this campaign has been being able to meet, especially young people who don’t always know if their family or their community has a place for them or their country. And being able to insist, the fact that I’m standing here, that, yes you do [have a place],” Buttigieg said recently at a Democratic town hall in Las Vegas, Nevada.WATCH: Is America Ready to Elect a Gay President?Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg waves to the crowd with his husband, Chasten, at his New Hampshire primary night rally in Nashua, N.H., Feb. 11, 2020.LGBTQ is an inclusive designation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other sexual orientations.It was less than five years ago that the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in a ruling that dramatically advanced LGBTQ rights in America. Over the past two decades, public support for same-sex marriage, seen as an indicator of acceptance of the LGBTQ community as a whole, has flipped from 60% opposition to more than 60% approval.Activist groups like the LGBTQ Victory Fund, Imse said, have helped get “Pete’s race off the ground” by providing financial backing, volunteers and visibility in LGBTQ media outlets.Casting himself as a moderate, Buttigieg earned the most pledged delegates and finished second in the voting in the Iowa caucuses behind progressive Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. In the New Hampshire primary, Buttigieg came in second, while former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumed front-runner, fell to fourth and fifth place, respectively, in the two contests.Protesters with Black Lives Matter protest a visit by Democratic presidential candidate and former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, during a visit to A Bridge Home Project homeless shelter in Los Angeles, Jan. 10, 2020.However, as the race shifts to states with large African American and Latino populations, it is unclear if Buttigieg can maintain his momentum, and whether his sexual orientation will cost him votes.A Feb. 17 ABC/Washington Post national poll has Buttigieg trailing with only 9% support, far behind Sanders, who has 32%, Biden, with 16%, and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a late comer to the race, with 14%.Buttigieg has struggled to gain support from minority voters. In a Washington Post/Ipsos poll of African American voters taken in January, he had the highest unfavorable rating among the candidates.The same poll showed 40% of African American respondents saying they are reluctant to vote for a gay man.Michael Fauntroy, who teaches political science at Howard University in Washington, downplayed Buttigieg’s sexuality as disqualifying and said, “most voters do not place as high priority on this” as they do on larger issues like health care and jobs. Buttigieg’s newcomer status in national politics better explains his challenge to connect with minority voters, Fauntroy said.“I think the bigger issue, as it pertains to African Americans and Latinos, is the fact that they just don’t know him relative to the other candidates,” Fauntroy said.Buttigieg’s sexuality did not pose an insurmountable obstacle in 2015, when he won reelection for mayor of South Bend, Indiana, a city with a significant African American population. Buttigieg got 74% of the vote.Mayor Pete Buttigieg talks with an AP reporter as he walks in downtown South Bend, Ind., Jan. 10, 2019.“If African Americans were sort of disproportionately inclined to not vote for somebody who is gay, you would think that would have shown up there as well,” said David Barker, director of the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies at American University in Washington.Looming attacksSo far, Buttigieg’s sexual orientation has not proved divisive within the Democratic Party, which touts support for greater diversity and counts minorities as key components of a broad coalition. Outside the party, however, he already has drawn fire for his sexuality.Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, whom the president recently awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, provided a taste of negative attacks that could await Buttigieg. During a recent radio program, Limbaugh contrasted Trump, whom he called “Mr. Man,” with Buttigieg’s same-sex marriage, and said Americans are “still not ready to elect a gay guy kissing his husband on the debate stage [as] president.”Some observers say such comments may resonate with social conservatives but could alienate moderates who have supported Trump.“I think any effort like that, on the part of Rush Limbaugh or others, is likely to engender sympathy [for Buttigieg] among mainstream middle-class, suburban soccer moms,” Barker said.Responding to Limbaugh, Buttigieg contrasted his union with his husband, Chasten, to those of Trump, who has married three times and was reported to have paid hush money to an adult film star to remain silent about an alleged affair during the 2016 campaign.Each of the Democratic candidates running this year, Barker said, “has something about their demographic profile that makes them out of the ordinary,” be that age, gender, religion or sexuality.While these issues can be exploited by the opposition, none should pose an insurmountable barrier if the party comes out in force to vote for the eventual nominee, he said.

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Democratic Presidential Candidates Compete in Nevada Caucus

Voters in the Western U.S. state of Nevada gather for caucuses at 250 locations Saturday to have their say in who will be the Democratic Party’s nominee to oppose Republican President Donald Trump in the November national election.Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is the favorite in Nevada, where public opinion polls showed him with a clear lead above the next tier of candidates.Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., walks onstage to speak at a campaign event at Springs Preserve in Las Vegas, Feb. 21, 2020.Sanders is looking to build on the early momentum his campaign has experienced with strong finishes in the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary earlier this month.The same is true for former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who was atop the race in Iowa along with Sanders and finished a close second in New Hampshire.Slightly ahead of Buttigieg in polls, but seeking a strong Nevada result after slower starts in the early voting states are former Vice President Joe Biden and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.Bloomberg joins frayDemocratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden, center, meets with supporters at a rally, Feb. 21, 2020, in Las Vegas.In early October, Biden and Warren were together leading national polls in the Democratic race. But they experienced a drop in support as Sanders moved in front and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined the competition with hundreds of millions of dollars in advertising that propelled him to strong polling numbers.According to polls, the other major contenders in Nevada are Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and billionaire Tom Steyer.Klobuchar surprised in New Hampshire with a third-place finish, afterward celebrating her campaign as an underestimated one that has “beaten the odds every step of the way.”Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.,speaks during a town hall, Feb. 21, 2020, in Las Vegas.Big early turnoutDemocrats are hoping the Nevada caucus process goes more smoothly than the one in Iowa, where a problem with a new smartphone app and clogged phone lines caused long delays in reporting any results. After the counting stretched on for days, Iowa state party chairman Tony Price resigned.Officials in Nevada are expressing confidence in the systems they have place, with state party chief William McCurdy telling reporters, “We will be successful.”“We’ve done a lot of work here, and what happened in Iowa will not be in Nevada,” McCurdy said. “As soon as we heard what was happening on the ground in Iowa, we put our heads down and we got to work, and we made sure that we put together a process, and allowed for the training for our volunteers and our precinct chairs to have the ability to feel confident.”One factor that may help in Nevada is that the state allowed early voting this year, drawing a large number of people over four days.The Nevada State Democratic Party said nearly 75,000 people participated in the early voting. That compares to about 84,000 people who took part in the Democratic primary in 2016.Democratic presidential candidate former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg meets with people after a roundtable event with Nevada environmental activists and Native American leaders, Feb. 21, 2020, in Las Vegas.McCurdy said the party was “really thrilled for the turnout.”Delegates apportionedThe caucus process works differently from the national presidential election in which voters pick only one candidate to support.At the caucuses, voters make their initial candidate choice, after which officials tally up the results and disqualify those candidates who do not meet a required threshold. Those whose candidates were tossed from the race then have the opportunity to move to another candidate and be counted among their supporters in the final results.Unlike many of the states in the national election, the state primary and caucus contests award delegates to candidates on a proportional basis, so even coming in second or third can be valuable in amassing the support needed to march to an eventual victory at the Democratic Party’s national convention in July.Nevada has 36 pledged delegates at stake Saturday.So far, Buttigieg leads the race with 22 delegates from Iowa and New Hampshire, followed by Sanders with 21; Warren, eight; Klobuchar, seven, and Biden, six.More diverse electorateThe Nevada caucus is an opportunity for those who have support among a more diverse electorate to make up ground after competing in two states that are overwhelmingly white. Nevada’s population is about 29% Hispanic, 10% African American and 10% Asian.After a primary election in the Southern state of South Carolina February 29, the race will accelerate.March 3 brings voting in 14 states, including delegate-rich California and Texas, along with the U.S. territory American Samoa and Democrats voting abroad. A total of 1,357 pledged delegates are at stake that day.To clinch the nomination, a candidate needs to earn 1,991 pledged delegates.Republicans will officially select their candidate, the incumbent Trump, at their convention in August.