Navalny demands Russia returns his clothes for Novichok investigation
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny told Russia on Monday to hand over the clothes he was wearing when he fell into a coma last month and accused Moscow of withholding an important piece of evidence in his case.
Did Ukraine make a complaint? Representative of Crimea was not allowed to tell about "fake news" at the UN
First Secretary of the European Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs leaves office
Civil servants continue to leave their posts.
Defined a way to protect yourself from senile dementia
Scientists in Spain have concluded that the same proficiency in two languages reduces the risk of cognitive disorders associated with aging. The study involved 63 healthy people, 135 patients with various mild memory impairments and 68 people with Alzheimer's disease.
The new logo of Sberbank is shown
Sberbank will now operate under a new logo called Sberbank. RIA Novosti got acquainted with the new logo before its official presentation. She, the newspaper writes, will take place on September 24. Now the group logo will have a gradient blue-yellow-green unfinished circle with one green checkbox inside.
Merkel's likely successor blames Russia for the influx of refugees to Europe
The candidate for the post of chairman of the Christian Democratic Union, Friedrich Merz, called the bombing in Syria "barbaric actions" of the Russian army and blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for the influx of refugees into Europe.
Yuri Stoyanov revealed the size of his pension
People's Artist of Russia Yuri Stoyanov revealed the size of his pension. The actor admitted that he receives 23 thousand rubles a month, as well as allowances, including for the title of People's Artist of Russia. “The Moscow bonus for the title of People's Artist is thirty thousand rubles,” he said.
Coronavirus found on imported squid packaging in China
Authorities in China's northeastern Jilin province have found the novel coronavirus on the packaging of imported squid, health authorities in the city of Fuyu said on Sunday, urging anyone who may have bought it to get themselves tested.
Siluanov: Belarus To Pay $330 Million In Gazprom Debt From New Russian Loan
Belarus will channel about $330 million of a new $1.5 billion loan from Russia to cover its outstanding debt to Russian gas giant Gazprom, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov was quoted as saying by TASS on September 20.
In Russia, they offered to extend benefits for the unemployed with children indefinitely
The Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR) has proposed an indefinite extension of the payment of benefits to unemployed citizens with children. The publication notes that the proposed idea has actually been implemented since April. Unemployed Russians with children can receive an additional three thousand rubles for each child in excess of the amount of the benefit.
Russian schoolgirl proved a mistake in the textbook and achieved 100 points on the exam
Russian schoolgirl Daria Kovaleva from Voronezh was able to prove the existence of an error in the textbook recommended for use and achieved a revision of her USE mark in social studies. Writes about this "Komsomolskaya Pravda". As a result, the commission agreed with her arguments and gave her 100 points.
Riot police in Brest fired into the air and used tear gas to "prevent an attack on the police" - Meduza
In Brest, riot police used tear gas on protesters, reports Onliner with reference to the press secretary of the Belarusian Interior Ministry Olga Chemodanova.
Tikhanovskaya commented on the lack of contacts with Russia
Former presidential candidate in Belarus Svetlana Tikhanovskaya commented on her lack of contacts with Russian officials. “I cannot answer this question. This is the same business for each country. Someone supports us, someone does not, ”said Tikhanovskaya.