Monthly Archives: November 2021

Wildberries open two new sorting centers in Kazakhstan – Business & Economy

MOSCOW, November 30th. / TASS /. The Wildberries marketplace plans to open two new sorting centers in Kazakhstan, the company said in a statement on Tuesday. In November 2021, Wildberries opened a new distribution center in Almaty, the company announced. “Wildberries is also planning to open two more sorting centers …

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Belarus is ready to receive nuclear weapons from Russia, says Lukashenko in a warning to NATO

The President of Belarus has proposed that his country will use access to nuclear weapons through its Russian ally if NATO decides to equip parts of Europe with similar machines. It comes amid mounting tensions between Alexander Lukashenko and the EU over the current migrant crisis on the border between …

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Benefits of Payday Loans – BOSS Magazine

Reading time: 2 minutes Payday loans are short term, high interest loans that cash strapped people take out to meet their needs. The risks of payday loans may seem quite high but compared to their benefits, the risks seem low. Many people with low incomes (less than $ 40,000 per …

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The Belarusian president accuses the Lithuanian authorities of dumping dead migrants at the border

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Monday accused Lithuania of dumping the bodies of dead migrants on the border between the two countries amid the ongoing migrant crisis between Belarus and the member states of the European Union (EU). As reported by The Associated PressLukashenko said at a meeting with high-ranking …

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Shortly after taking over the Belarusian tobacco industry, oligarch donated luxury cars to the Lukashenko regime

Tweet that Share this on Facebook DONATE In 2018, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko radically restructured the country’s tobacco industry to help his close pal Aliaksei Aleksin, previously better known as the energy tycoon. Just months after receiving these favors, Aleksin gave Lukashenko’s bodyguard service an expensive gift of nine cars …

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Despite crises we stood firm, reformed and developed the economy: PM Barzani

Erbil (Kurdistan 24) – The Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Masrour Barzani, spoke openly on various topics related to his tenure and the situation in the Kurdistan Region in an interview with Sky News Arabic that aired on Sunday evening. “Despite the crises, we stood firm, reformed and developed …

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New ambassador to Russia announced

Monday, November 29, 2021, 11:13 a.m.Press release: Government of New Zealand Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta today announced the appointment of Sarah Walsh as New Zealand’s next Ambassador to Russia. “Aotearoa New Zealand and Russia have had a longstanding relationship and are committed to a range of regional and global interests, …

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Lithuania says NATO military alliance needs to rethink its stance on Belarus, World News

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda said the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) military alliance needed to rethink its stance on Belarus. Nauseda warned NATO of the “full military integration” of Belarus into Russian military structures and said Minsk would continue to test the West. Russia steadfastly supported its ally Belarus in …

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Minsk Square: A homage to Eastern Europe in the middle of the city of Bengaluru

Bengaluru: For those who visit Bengaluru, after the breathtaking view of Vidhan Soudha, Minsk Square is an eye-catcher. With a majestic full-size model of the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) in the center of the square, this bustling square next to the Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium is a famous landmark in the …

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“He did not come back”: the gloomy camps from which refugees left for Great Britain | refugees

F.or four days this week, Karwan Tahir shared a tent in the woods around Dunkirk with a young man named Karim. Karim set out for Great Britain in the early hours of Wednesday morning – a journey in the dark to the nearby beach and from there in a flimsy …

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