Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Air Force Chief Goldfein Reveals ‘Russian Nuclear Attack’ Counterplan

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According to the Air Force Chief of Staff, a nuclear attack can be mitigated in three steps that should be taken as quickly as possible. These steps are designed for the destruction of incoming ballistic missiles, as well as a successful retaliatory strike.

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“Nato Russia” – Google News: Air Force Chief Goldfein Reveals ‘Russian Nuclear Attack’ Counterplan – Sputnik International

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Air Force Chief Goldfein Reveals ‘Russian Nuclear Attack’ Counterplan  Sputnik International

According to the Air Force Chief of Staff, a nuclear attack can be mitigated in three steps that should be taken as quickly as possible. These steps are designed …

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Виктор Шендерович: Блог | Эхо Москвы: Исследователи дна

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Ну даже если оставить в стороне мораль, а подойти к вопросу инструментально: что мы приобрели на всем этом, кроме новых имперских галлюцинаций?..

Виктор Шендерович: Блог | Эхо Москвы


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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Heavy Floods Hit Russia’s Irkutsk Region, Over 220 Hospitalized – Emergency Services (Videos)

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – More than 220 people were hospitalized in Russia’s Irkutsk Region, which is hit by heavy floods, a representative of the regional emergency services said on Wednesday.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Heavy Floods Hit Russia’s Irkutsk Region, Over 220 Hospitalised – Emergency Services (Videos)

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Over 220 people were hospitalised in Russia’s Irkutsk region, which has been hit by heavy flooding, a representative of the regional emergency services said on Wednesday.

Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics


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“Ramzan Kadyrov” – Google News: SYRIA : Kremlin steps up charity diplomacy in Damascus – Intelligence Online

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SYRIA : Kremlin steps up charity diplomacy in Damascus  Intelligence Online

With the Kremlin’s strong encouragement, Russia’s Muslim regions are increasingly active in Syria in an effort to counteract the influence of Iran.

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“Russia Ukraine” – Google News: Russia allows transit of Ukrainian goods by road and rail to third countries, including Kyrgyzstan, via its territory – AKIpress

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Russia allows transit of Ukrainian goods by road and rail to third countries, including Kyrgyzstan, via its territory  AKIpress

AKIPRESS.COM – Russia allowed transit of Ukrainian goods by road and rail to third countries, including Kyrgyzstan, via its territory under the condition of using …

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi” – Google News: FBI: Burlington man told informant he wanted to shoot up federal building – WXII12 Winston-Salem

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TROOPERS SAY A JEEP CROSSED THE CENTER LINE AND CRASHED INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE. TWO PEOPLE WERE AIRLIFTED TO WAKE FOREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER. AN AMBULANCE TOOK AT THIRD PERSON TO A HOSPITAL IN CONCORD.
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FBI seeking victims of alleged serial predator A Lakeway man faces more than 500 years in federal prison. He’s indicted for producing, distributing and possessing child pornography.
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Sometimes it is the quiet, elusive ones who come back to haunt you. And for ex-special prosecutor Robert Mueller, one of those might be a Russian billionaire named Oleg Deripaska. The oligarch who once controlled Russia’s largest aluminum empire has been an international man of intrigue in the now-completed and disproven Trump collusion investigation.
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by NORML July 2, 2019 On Wednesday, July 10th, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security will hold a hearing entitled “Marijuana Laws in America: Racial Justice and the Need for Reform” to discuss pathways forward as the Congress prepares for a substantial shift in public policy.
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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Why can’t Canada control its own oil – Cumberland News Now

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Why can’t Canada control its own oil  Cumberland News Now

We are in a in a pre-election period, an election everyone expects to be a dirty one with lots of mud being thrown on the leaders of each party. I will try not to …

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Russia: Tortured For Beliefs, Suspect Torturers Rewarded – Eurasia Review

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Russia: Tortured For Beliefs, Suspect Torturers Rewarded  Eurasia Review

By Victoria Arnold. Many people in Russia suffer torture, among them people held because they exercised their freedom of religion and belief. Contrary to …

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“Russia Ukraine” – Google News: Russian negotiator urges Kiev to resume disengagement in East Ukraine – TASS

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Russian negotiator urges Kiev to resume disengagement in East Ukraine  TASS

MINSK, July 3. /TASS/. Russia’s envoy to the Contact Group on eastern Ukrainian settlement, Boris Gryzlov, urged Kiev to resume the withdrawal of equipment …

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Взгляд: Волкер влез в спор Зеленского и Климкина

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Спецпредставитель США по Украине Курт Волкер прокомментировал конфликт между президентом и главой МИД Украины Владимиром Зеленским и Павлом Климкиным.

Волкер считает «неприемлемым» предложение России по освобождению украинских моряков. Спецпредставитель США заявил, что Киеву пришлось бы «признать условия их задержания» и «юрисдикцию судов» России. Это, по его словам, могло потребовать и «задержания моряков на Украине».

«Я не согласен с этим», – приводит слова Волкера РИА «Новости».

Волкер считает, что Климкин руководствовался именно таким подходом к вопросу. Однако, как подчеркнул спецпредставитель США, министр, «конечно, должен был» проконсультироваться с Зеленским.

Напомним, Зеленский обрушился на Климкина с критикой после того. как глава МИД Украины отверг российское предложение, не посоветовавшись с президентом. Климкин заявил, что действовал в рамках своих полномочий, но в итоге все же ушел в политический отпуск.

Взгляд


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Аргументы и Факты: Кинолог рассказал о спасении животных в Иркутской области во время паводка

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Директор питомника для собак подчеркнул, что в регионе не работает ветслужба, которая должна собирать и утилизировать трупы животных

Аргументы и Факты


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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Trump to hold 2020 rally on day of Mueller’s testimony – Yahoo News

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Trump to hold 2020 rally on day of Mueller’s testimony  Yahoo News

President Donald Trump will be holding a campaign rally in North Carolina on July 17 — the day that former special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to testify …

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Установлена личность погибших на подлодке Героев России

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Источники назвали имена двух Героев России, которые погибли в Баренцевом море. Об этом сообщает телеграм-канал Baza.

Как отмечается, речь идет об испытателе глубоководной военной техники, капитане первого ранга Николае Ивановиче Филине. …

Газета.Ru – Новости дня


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Voice of America – English: Tesla Delivers Record Number of Electric Cars in Quarter

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Tesla set a record for quarterly vehicle deliveries in a triumphant response to months of questions about demand for its luxury electric cars, sending shares up 7% after hours Tuesday.

Tesla did not comment on profit — which is still elusive — but the robust deliveries could help jumpstart investor sentiment on Tesla, which has been challenged in recent months.

Before Tuesday’s after-hours spike, Tesla shares were down about a third from the beginning of the year.

Brushing aside concerns about demand that have dogged the company all year, Tesla said orders during the second quarter exceeded deliveries, despite buyers getting a smaller tax credit.

A $7,500 U.S. federal tax credit was cut in half at the end of last year, fell to $1,875 on Monday and expires at the end of the year.

“We believe we are well positioned to continue growing total production and deliveries in Q3,” the company said in a statement.

Tesla delivered 77,550 Model 3s in the quarter, the company’s latest sedan and linchpin of the company’s growth strategy. That compared with analysts’ average estimate of 73,144, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.

Deliveries of all models rose 51% from the first quarter to 95,200 vehicles, including 17,650 Model S and X. Analysts on average were expecting total deliveries of 89,084.

FILE – Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks before unveiling the Model Y at the company’s design studio in Hawthorne, California, March 14, 2019.

Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has repeatedly said Tesla could deliver a record number of cars in the second quarter, beating the 90,700 it sent to customers in the final quarter of last year.

Wall Street ‘skeptical’

Tuesday’s numbers helped take the sting off a difficult first quarter, in which deliveries plunged and the company lost $702 million.

That fraught quarter — hurt by logistics issues at Tesla’s international ports and a drop-off in U.S. orders after the tax credit was halved — spurred worries that Tesla may have tapped a limited market for electric cars at premium prices.

Despite the positive second-quarter delivery numbers, Wedbush analyst Dan Ives cautioned that “the Street remains skeptical.”

Demand and profitability will remain the two main drivers to buoy Tesla shares in coming quarters, Ives told Reuters, signaling that Tesla’s challenges are far from over.

Garrett Nelson of CFRA Research noted that second-quarter deliveries were likely artificially boosted by customers pulling forward their vehicle purchases before the July 1 tax credit cut, warning that could result in a “significant retracement” in deliveries in the third quarter.

Tesla did not repeat its prior forecast that it would post a second-quarter loss but return to profit in the third quarter.

Delivery challenge

A big challenge for Tesla has been how to deliver its vehicles efficiently and swiftly to customers around the world.

An improved system for logistics helped in the second quarter, Tesla said, without providing more detail.

In prior quarters, Tesla has diverted employees from all parts of the company to help with deliveries in an all-hands-on-deck effort to meet delivery goals. That has proved to be an expensive and inefficient way to meet targets, which reduces potential profit margins on each vehicle.

The delivery numbers included 10,600 vehicles that had been in transit at the end of the first quarter.

The company has pledged to deliver 360,000 to 400,000 vehicles in 2019, a goal many analysts predict will be difficult to meet.

Overall, total production rose 13% to 87,048 vehicles compared with the first quarter. The company churned out 72,531 Model 3s in the second quarter, up from a total of 62,950 Model 3s in the preceding quarter.

Tesla said that going forward, it would no longer disclose how many vehicles were in transit at the end of each quarter due to production changes that made the number less relevant. At the end of the second quarter, over 7,400 vehicles were in transit.
 

Voice of America – English


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“russia ukraine” – Google News: Trudeau promises support for Ukraine in wake of Russian ‘aggression’ – Japan Today

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Trudeau promises support for Ukraine in wake of Russian ‘aggression’  Japan Today

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau promised Tuesday to support Ukraine in the wake of Russian “aggression,” after a meeting with Ukrainian president …

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Lenta.ru : Новости: В России нашли углеволокно для гиперзвуковых «Авангардов»

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Россия не испытывает проблем с поставками углеволокна для производства гиперзвуковых ракетных комплексов «Авангард», сообщил российский военный эксперт, генерал-майор в отставке Владимир Дворкин. «Проблем нет. Мы давно работаем с углеволокном, уже не один десяток лет», — сказал специалист.

Lenta.ru : Новости


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Voice of America – English: UN Aviation Agency to Review Global Pilot Training in Shadow of 737 Max Crashes

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Global regulators will meet in Montreal next week to review pilot licensing requirements, the U.N.’s aviation agency said, as part of a discussion that has gained urgency following two fatal crashes of Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the past year.

It is the first time that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which sets global standards for 193 member countries, will undertake such a broad review on training requirements.

While the meeting was not called in response to the Max crashes in Indonesia last October and in Ethiopia in March, it coincides with a larger debate on whether increasingly automated commercial jets are compromising pilot skills. 

The 737 Max has been grounded worldwide and could not be back in service for months yet.

FILE – A number of grounded Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft are shown parked at Victorville Airport in Victorville, California, March 26, 2019.

Most attention surrounding the two 737 Max crashes that killed a total of 346 people focuses on suspected flaws in an automated stall-prevention system called MCAS, which Boeing implemented to make the Max perform like previous 737 models.

But the training given to pilots to allow them to handle such problems smoothly is also under scrutiny, expanding an industry debate over pilot skills that has been raging for years as crews spend less and less time flying aircraft manually.

“Recently, with current events, people are discussing whether the minimum requirements or experience are still valid, [or] should we review that?” ICAO’s chief of operational safety Miguel Marin told Reuters.

In addition to regulators, representatives of a global pilots group are expected to attend the July 8-12 meeting, Marin said. Marin called the meeting a “first step,” with any eventual change up to regulators.

Training hours

In the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration increased the number of required training hours for commercial pilots from 250 to 1,500 in 2013, a move that some players have criticized as excessive, particularly as the industry grapples with future pilot shortages.

At the Montreal meeting, regulators will discuss flying hours and competency-based training, where pilots demonstrate skills like landing an airplane, as opposed to focusing on learning to fly and accumulating hours regardless of aircraft type.

ICAO’s multi-crew pilot license created in 2006 focused on competency-based training, where pilots need 240 hours to become first officers on a single aircraft type.

“What we’re seeing in highly automated aircraft, it’s not how to manage the airplane if things are OK. It’s those unexpected malfunctions that throw the airplane off,” Marin said. “We think that can only be addressed with a different type of approach to training rather than just saying, give them more hours.”
 

Voice of America – English


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Voice of America – English: Pentagon: China Missile Test in South China Sea ‘Disturbing’

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The Pentagon said on Tuesday a recent Chinese missile launch in the South China Sea was “disturbing” and contrary to Chinese pledges that it would not militarize the disputed waterway.

The South China Sea is one of a growing number of flashpoints in the U.S.-China relationship, which include a trade war, U.S. sanctions and Taiwan.

China and the United States have repeatedly traded barbs in the past over what Washington says is Beijing’s militarization of the South China Sea by building military installations on artificial islands and reefs.

A U.S. official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said China tested multiple anti-ship ballistic missiles over the weekend.

“Of course the Pentagon was aware of the Chinese missile launch from the man-made structures in the South China Sea near the Spratly Islands,” Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Dave Eastburn said.

“I’m not going to speak on behalf of all the sovereign nations in the region, but I’m sure they agree that the PRC’s behavior is contrary to its claim to want to bring peace to the region and obviously actions like this are coercive acts meant to intimidate other (South China Sea) claimants,” Eastburn added. PRC is an acronym for the People’s Republic of China.

China’s claims in the South China Sea, through which about $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes each year are contested by Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam.

News of the China missile test was first reported by NBC News.

Voice of America – English


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