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The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted in the first reading the draft law “On establishing the living wage and minimal salary in 2010”.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, 259 out of 444 lawmakers registered in the session hall voted for this draft law.

 The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine also made a decision on reducing the consideration procedure of this draft law in the second reading from 14 days to 7 days.

Category: Ukraine | Views: 652 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

There is flap in the Hundred Acre Wood at the arrival of an otter called Lottie. No one can dislike an otter, it is just that everything in the Hundred Acre Wood has been unchanged – the bridge where they played Poohsticks, the name-board Sanders over Pooh`s house – since A A Milne brought it to public notice in the 1920s, according to Now an official sequel, Return to the Hundred Acre Wood, has been written by David Benedictus. In his "exposition" of the sequel, he has Christopher Robin asking: "Are you really going to write us new adventures, because we rather liked the old ones?" A good question.

Classic children`s stories are known by heart. They have limits. Are otters also to be introduced into Alice or The Tale of Peter Rabbit? Sometimes we want smaller worlds not bigger ones. A Hundred Acres ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 892 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko approved the Measures Plan on preparation of his official visit to Belgium.

The relevant Decree “On preparation of official visit of the President of Ukraine to Belgium” is posted at official web site of the head of the state.

According to this document, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has to provide fulfillment of indicated measures.

Category: World | Views: 1275 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Lawmaker, member from the Party of Regions Mykhaylo Chechetov proposes after presidential election to carry out a round table between a winner and defeated party. The new format of coalition has to be a result of this round table.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, he said this at the session of the Discussion club under Inter-regional Human Resource Management Academy.

Delivering a speech before the students of the Inter-regional Human Resource Management Academy M. Chechetov expressed a confidence that leader of the Party of Regions Victor Yanukovych or Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko will be a winner of the presidential election. As a result of this, M. Chechetov forecasts regular political split and confrontation in Ukraine, because, according to his opinion, East and South will vote for V. Yanukovych and West will vote for Yu. Tymoshenko.

The lawmaker believes that the single way out from this situation is carrying out ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 1147 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Helsinki has found a novel solution to the age-old problem of urban rabbits. They will soon be on the menu for the city zoo’s vultures, wolverines and lions, according to IceNews.

The zoo, located on Korkeasaari Island, will introduce the new bunny offerings at the end of the month, according to a report by the Helsingin Sanomat. The domestic diet will be sourced from greens and parks patrolled by the city’s Building Services Unit. The zoo system will play an important part in maintaining Helsinki’s fragile ecosystem, which has often come under threat from the city’s resilient rabbit population.

The bunny proposal had been in discussion since springtime this year and was finalised when zoo veterinarian Eeva Rudback sent an email confirmation to Building Services project planner Antti Rautiainen. Rautiainen’s proposal stated ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 1315 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

After Iran's acknowledgment that it is developing a second uranium-enrichment facility, "Israel" must consider not just whether to proceed with a strike against Iran-but how, The Wall Street Journal declares.


According to the newspaper, Iran has all of the technology and production and manufacturing capabilities needed for fission weapons. It has put massive resources into a medium-range missile program that has the range payload to carry nuclear warheads.


"These capabilities are dispersed in many facilities in many cities and remote areas, and often into many buildings in each facility-each of which would have to be a target in an Israeli military strike", the edition notes.


According to the newspaper, "Israel" is considering military options, but considering them carefully and with an understanding ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 1287 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

A cow died from mad cow disease in Mokraya village of the Pecherinskyi region of the Zakarpattya.

The press service of the Emergency Ministry disclosed to UNIAN that it was defined by laboratory researches of the Oblast laboratory of the veterinary medicine. According to the preliminary data, some sick animal could bite the cow.

The cow’s carcass was burnt, decontamination and vaccination about 60 head of other cattle was carried out. 11 people, who contacted with animals, are at examination in hospital.

Category: World | Views: 1074 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Russia has created secret training base in Crimea for its terrorists according to Ukrainian magazine "Glavred".


"Every year, incognito, Russian Navy's Special Forces units based in city of Tuapse and belonging to GRU (army's main intelligence service) visits the city of Sevastopol for training purposes.


Having training bases on Russia's Caucasian coastline, twice a year Moscow prefers to send its military intelligence divisions to Ukraine to fulfill their skills. With the help of those units Russia has destroyed Georgia's main naval base in the city of Poti in August 2009" - says the magazine.


The edition also notes that from the beginning of 90's the number of Russian terrorists from FSB on the Black Sea fleet has considerably increased.


Also, there are 5 structural division ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 1279 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

LUKOIL (LKOH.MM), Russia`s second-largest oil producer, has stopped oil product output at its Odessa refinery in Ukraine due to crude shortages, a company spokesman said on Friday, according to Reuters.

"Oil products output has stopped," the spokesman, Dmitry Dolgov, said, adding that the company was preparing a statement to clarify its position.

On Thursday, market sources said crude deliveries to the Odessa refinery were halted on Oct. 1, as Ukrainian state pipeline operator Ukrtransnafta refused to supply crude to the refinery via the Kremenchug-Odessa pipeline. [ID:nL1604033]

Ukrtransnafta said on Friday it had proposed LUKOIL change supply routes to Odessa, citing "national interests" and the need to feed Ukraine`s Kremenchug refinery, owned by Ukrtatnafta.

LUKOIL has argued that alternative supply routes would comp ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 1364 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Praise be to Allah Who has created us Muslims, blessed us by an opportunity to do Jihad and enabled us to earn our path to Heaven.

May peace and blessings be upon the Leader of all Mujahideen, Prophet Muhammad, his family, his associates and all those who would follow him to the Judgment Day.

And then...


Brothers and sisters Muslims! Today disbelievers intimidate people that we plan to conduct explosions on markets, hospitals and other places where peaceful population is gathered, seizure of schools and other operations. We officially declare that we do not plan any operations in locations wherein peaceful Muslims may gather; it is a slander and propaganda of disbelievers. They plan closure of markets, conduct ""exercises" in the hospital, although they clearly know that these (methods counter-measure drills to which are being exer ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 1171 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko left for Lviv on one-day working visit.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, it is expected that during the visit Yu. Tymoshenko will get acquainted with reconstruction process of “Lviv” International airport and building of the stadium for Euro-2012.

It is planned that Yulia Tymoshenko will meet with Lviv archbishop of  the Byzantine-rite Catholic Church of the Ukraine Igor Voznyak.

Also Yu. Tymoshenko will deliver a speech at the session of the club of the regional leaders of the 9th  Lviv International Economic Forum.

The Prime Minister also plans to give an interview to the Lviv Oblast State television and radio company and to visit the concert of all-Ukrainian tour ‘With Ukraine in heart”.

Yu. Tymoshenko plans to return to Kyiv late in the evening.

Category: Ukraine | Views: 654 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko gave instructions to the Prosecutor’s General Office to give legal estimation to current advertising-agitation activity of Ukrainian politicians who will take part in the presidential election campaign.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, V. Yushchenko said this at the news conference in Kyiv.

According to the words of the head of the state, he gave instructions to the Prosecutor’s General Office to estimate from legal point of view whether  an advertising-agitation activity of some Ukrainian politicians corresponds to the legislation, because it is carried out before official start of the electoral presidential campaign.

Category: Ukraine | Views: 648 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Blackburn Rovers manager Sam Allardyce believes that Chelsea made a mistake by giving Andriy Shevchenko very little time to settle down in the Premier League.

Allardyce says that the situation is similar with Rovers` new defender Michel Salgado, who needs time to adapt to the physical nature of football in England.

"I give you the perfect example," he told The Lancashire Telegraph.

"This [Shevchenko] wasn`t a young man, this was an old, experienced player.

"Because Chelsea put him in too quickly, and because he wasn’t ready, he became a complete flop – and that was Andriy Shevchenko.

"That was £30 million and however much grand a week. They continued to play him because he cost that much when he was never ready to play in the Premier League.

"It was far too quick for him, far too physical and the lad`s confidence just drained away. He never, ever got to it.

"It is the same with Michel Salgado – he found it tough at ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 777 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Floods and landslides were expected to hit Vietnam and nearby nations on Thursday after a typhoon cut a destructive path through South East Asia, killing nearly 350 people, according to Reuters.

State media in Vietnam said 85 people had died and 12 were missing after typhoon Ketsana swept through the country late on Tuesday. The government initially estimated damages in five of 12 affected provinces at more than $120 million.

Eleven people died in Cambodia and the Philippines where the typhoon first struck last weekend, with 246 reported deaths. Thailand was sending troops to provide humanitarian assistance in anticipation of floods.

River waters in Vietnam`s eight coastal and central highland provinces were receding on Thursday, but the national weather bureau warned of more flash floods and landslides in mountainous areas and high waters ... Read more »

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China is staging mass celebrations to mark 60 years since the Communist Party came to power, according to BBC.

Vast lines of tanks, soldiers and missile launchers are being paraded through the capital Beijing.

President Hu Jintao has appeared on the rostrum at Tiananmen Square in a black Mao-style tunic, seen by analysts as a symbol of his control of the military.

He was joined by his predecessor Jiang Zemin, Premier Wen Jiabao and other senior leaders.

After a 60-gun salute, the Chinese flag was formally raised in the centre of the historic square - where revolutionary leader Mao Zedong proclaimed the founding of the People`s Republic of China on 1 October 1949.

The military parade, expected to show previously unseen missile technology, followed a drive-by inspection of the armed forces and a speech by President Hu which lauded China` ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 690 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Employees of the Interior Ministry revealed the biggest bribes in Ukraine at more than USD 1 million in the Mykolaiv Oblast and Crimea.

According the Public Relations and International Activity Department of the Interior Ministry, “Top-100 biggest bribes in Ukraine”  anti-rating of detected crimes on bribery compiled by the law and enforcement bodies indicates this.

A criminal case  on extortion by deputy chairman of the Kyiv Oblast city council at a sum of USD 2.5 million is on the first place of the rating. The case has been already under consideration of the court.

A case on extortion by chairman of the village council in the Mykolaiv Oblast at a sum of UAH 8.5 million is at the second place. The investigation concerning this case continues.

A case on extortion by chairman of the village council of Crimea at a sum of USD 1 ... Read more »

Category: Ukraine | Views: 675 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

The G-20 Summit held in Pittsburgh on September 24-25 ended with a comprehensive review of the global financial crisis. The summit brought together leaders from industrialized and emerging market economies that account for 80 percent of the global economic output. In the statement issued at the end of the meeting, the G-20 leaders formalized what is already known: that the G-20 will become a mainstay in international diplomacy and global economic leadership.

The G-20 became operational in 1999 as a forum for leading industrialized countries in the West and emerging economies to address global economic issues. The G-20 countries include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States. It also includes the European Union.

Ne ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 685 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

Daniel Strumberg. (Photo: Allon Borkovski)

When Daniel Strumberg first arrived in Israel in 2000 at the age of 20, it was "love at first sight." Only he did not anticipate this love affair would last six years and end up with him on his way to becoming a solider of the Israeli army.

Born in a small village in Northern Sweden, this pastor's son was raised on stories of the Holy Land and a love of Israel and its people. "As a Christian I believe in the Bible, and the minute I stepped out of the airport I felt this country is blessed and basically all I wanted was to help it in any way I can," h ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 693 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

The parliamentary elections of June 28 created a strange situation in Albania. The Democratic Party, who won the elections, formed a new government this month headed by Sali Berisha, but the opposition is not taking part in the parliamentary sessions.

The economic situation is not good, with the Albanian currency rapidly losing points against the Euro and rows of unemployed growing. The government predicted some months ago a G.D.P. growth by more than 6 percent, which would be the largest in Europe this year, but that is unlikely to come. I.M.F. experts have predicted a growth of no more than 1 percent.

During the months prior to the election campaign, the government made huge public investments that gave the illusion of growing G.D.P. and a healthy economy. But the last data by the Institute of Statistics showed that industrial production has fallen by more than 23 percen ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 721 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

In 1955, when the founding fathers of the Non-Aligned Movement (N.A.M.) held their first meeting in the now-famous Bandung Gathering, the role of the N.A.M. seemed clear: prevention of a new war. In a world already savagely ravaged by the Second World War, the U.S.S.R. and the United States embarked on a new kind of military and political confrontation: Cold War. So the role and the place of a non-aligned movement were clear and easy to carve—keeping the two opposing blocs in equilibrium and preventing the Cold War from becoming a nuclear war.

After the fall of communism and dissolution of the Warsaw Pact in 1991, the N.A.M. seemed to be out of place in a world that promised to be without military or ideological confrontation. Many foresaw an end to the organization in a post-Cold War world. But after the U.S. invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq presented the risk of a unipolar ... Read more »

Category: World | Views: 675 | Added by: magictr | Date: 06.10.2009 | Comments (0)

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