Friday, August 8, 2014

Important declaration

Ukraine Says Rebels Mistook Doomed Flight MH17 for Aeroflot Plane

So, do we have to think that we are on the way to know so fast the conclusions of this disaster where 3/4 of world understood something very hard?

Rotterdam, 08/08/2014-INC News

Interesting article on a tentative to move elephants from Asia to Kazakhstan

Ecologists suggest breeding of Asian elephants in Kazakhstan

August 8, 14:17
A group of Astana ecologists offer to breed Asian elephants in Kazakhstan. Experts believe that these animals will be able to settle down onMangyshlak Peninsula,akipress refers to newspaper "Express K".
"Asian elephants are more massive than the African ones. They reach 3.5 meters in height and more than six tons in weight. Asian elephants are born with thick hair, but it falls because of the heat. Due to the winter of West Kazakhstan pelage of animals would be thicker. Asian elephants have enormous tusks that reach three to four meters in length. So, in Kazakhstan, these animals would have been like... mammoths. Mangyshlak is ideal for breeding elephants. In proof that elephants can settle down well in Kazakhstan, it's enough to give an example of the legendary Batyr from Karaganda Zoo,” says ecologist Magauya Seisenov.
"Asian elephants can withstand low temperatures, but in Mangyshlak and Ustyurt, the winters are little snowy. With regard to food, for one elephant 30 square kilometers of grassland would be enough. In India and Bangladesh, elephants ruin crops, so Western Kazakhstan is not in danger because of the absence of crops. But generally, mammoths lived on the territory of Kazakhstan during the Pleistocene epoch, but they were destroyed by primitive men," he said.
Kazakhstan will be able to rescue this endangered species. Besides, Western Kazakhstan will get one more tourist destination, the newspaper "Express K" reports.

Rotterdam, 08/08/2014-INC News

News from Kazakhstan

Light airplane crash-landed in the Caspian Sea

August 8, 16:59
Light airplane flying from Russian city of Samara to Iran made a crash-landing in the Caspian Sea, azh. kz reports.
The information was provided by the press-service of Mangistau Oblast Emergency Situations Department. According to the press service, the aero navigation dispatcher reported that today at 14:50hrs that light airplane crash-landed with two pilots on board.
To rescue the pilots the “Egemen” patrol ship was sent from Aktau and Mi-8 helicopter took off from Atyrau with three rescuers and two crew members on board.
The press service reported that “the plane was on its way from Samara city (RF) to Iran via Uralsk and Aktau cities (KZ), but crash-landed in the Caspian Sea on the border of Atyrau and Mangistau Oblasts. Both pilots have been rescued. They are safe and sound”, - the press service reported.
Rotterdam, 08/08/2014-INC News via Ak Zhaik

Listen voice from Gaza, on line via Skynews....nearly to start the hangout

Dos semanas para vencer el virus del ébola

Ebola in Spain

L'Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità ha decretato la forma ufficiale del pericolo, e dalla Spagna arrivano notizie abbastanza confortanti circa il decorso della malattia, nel quale sembra che le prime due settimane siano le più pericolose.

The World Health Organization has declared the official form of danger, and from Spain come quite comforting news about the course of the disease, in which it seems that the first two weeks are the most dangerous.

La Organización Mundial de la Salud ha declarado el impreso oficial de peligro, y España llegado noticias bastante reconfortante en el curso de la enfermedad, en la que parece que las dos primeras semanas son las más peligrosas.

Rotterdam, 08/08/2014-INC News

WHO: Ebola is 'an international emergency'

Ebola outbreak
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the spread of Ebola in West Africa an international health emergency.
WHO officials said a coordinated international response was essential to stop and reverse the spread of the virus.

Rotterdam, 08/08/2014-INC News