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Интересно слышать, что в ТАКУЮ погоду совершенно не хочется работать. Мое желание не работать не зависит от погодных условий.
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Когда вы решили кого-то осчастливить, задумайтесь – оно ему надо?
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Встречаются как-то два папоротника в непригодных для размножения условиях, и один говорит другому: «Да, тут не поспоришь!»
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Мой уровень английского: умею уходить, не попрощавшись.
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– Я нисколько не злопамятный, просто вспомнил, как ты однажды вечером в песочнице сломал мою детскую лопаточку. Поэтому я не могу принять тебя на работу.
– Но мои родители на другой же день утром купили тебе новую, еще лучше и дороже.
– Да, но я перед этим целую ночь был без лопаточки.

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Russian Scientists Find Liquid Blood in Extinct Siberian Foal Dating Back 42K Years

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Researchers who found the body of a 42,000-year-old foal frozen in the Siberian permafrost have retrieved liquid blood from the extinct animal that might help bring its species back to life, media outlets reported on Tuesday.
According to The Siberian Times, a group of scientists from Russia and South Korea wants to clone an extinct horse species by extracting DNA from the frozen remains of a foal that died 42,170 years ago in Siberia. The foal’s body was found in the permafrost of a Siberian crater called Batagaika in Russia’s republic of Sakha, and was found to be part of the Lenskaya breed which went extinct about 4,000 years ago.

 

Putin Chooses High-Speed Railway Line to St. Petersburg Over Nizhny Novgorod

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Russian President Vladimir Putin favors a plan to build a high-speed railway line from Moscow to his home city of St. Petersburg rather than Nizhny Novgorod, the Vedomosti business daily reported on Tuesday.
Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin pushed for the high-speed railway to St. Petersburg to be built at the end of last year, according to Vedomosti, saying that a rail journey time faster than the average flight time of about two hours would cut aviation overload.

 

Yandex Has The Right to Sell its Stake in Joint Venture With Uber

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Russian internet major Yandex has the right to sell its stake in Uber worth $96 million, Prime reported citing documents published by Uber.
In February 2018 Yandex.Taxi and Uber combined their businesses in Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. Yandex invested $225 million in the new company and Uber $100 million.  Yandex owns 59.3 percent of the joint venture, Uber 36.9 percent and employees 3.8 percent.

 

Stalin’s Approval Rating Among Russians Hits Record High – Poll

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A record 70 percent of Russians approve of Soviet leader Josef Stalin’s role in Russian history, according to a poll published by the independent Levada Center pollster on Tuesday.
Stalin’s image has been gradually rehabilitated in the 2000s from that of a bloody autocrat to an “outstanding leader.” President Vladimir Putin has revived the Soviet anthem, Soviet-style military parades and a Soviet-era medal for labor during his presidency.
Seventy percent of Russian respondents told the Levada Center in 2019 that Stalin played a positive role for Russia. Stalin’s previous record approval rating stood at 54 percent in 2016.
A record low of 19 percent viewed Stalin’s role negatively, down from 32 percent in 2016.

 

Russian Scientists Are Developing ‘Lasso’ to Round Up Space Debris – Reports

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Russian scientists are proposing pulling space debris out of Earth’s orbit using a device that has been called a “space lasso.”
Around 7,200 metric tons of space debris capable of damaging satellites or spacecraft currently orbit the Earth, scientists estimate. Several proposals on how to deal with the growing issue have been collected ahead of the three-day space debris conference hosted by the Russian Academy of Sciences that starts on Wednesday.

 

Ford to Close Two Assembly Plants in Russia, Spokeswoman Reveals

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Ford will close two of its assembly plants in Russia, a spokeswoman for the company’s joint venture in the country told The Moscow Times on Wednesday.
The Vsevolozhsk assembly plant near St. Petersburg and the Naberezhnye Chelny assembly plant in Tatarstan will both close, while the plant in the city of Yelabuga in Tatarstan will remain open and focus on the production of Ford Transit light commercial vehicles. An engine factory in Yelabuga will also close.

 

Russian Tycoon in Divorce Battle Wins Back $400M Yacht in Dubai

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A $436 million superyacht belonging to a Russian billionaire at the center of one of the world’s costliest divorce battles has been released by a Dubai court after being impounded last year.
Oil and gas tycoon Farkhad Akhmedov was ordered to pay about 40 percent of his fortune to his former wife Tatiana Akhmedova by London’s High Court in 2016 in one of the largest divorce settlements in legal history.
But Akhmedov failed to pay the 453 million pound ($594 million) divorce bill and the London court granted a worldwide freezing order, under which Akhmedov’s superyacht M.V. Luna was impounded in Dubai.

 

Indigenous Arctic Population Accuses Russian Authorities of Rights Violations

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An indigenous population of Russia’s Far North has appealed to the United Nations with claims that Russian authorities violated their rights by giving their historic land to a hunting club.
An estimated 80,000 Sami live in the northern lands of Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia’s Murmansk region, where reindeer herding has been the cornerstone of their culture and livelihood. Earlier this year, the Murmansk region’s environmental authorities issued a 30-year lease for almost 73,000 hectares of Sami land to the Belgorod Hunting Club.

 
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