Friday, November 14, 2014

Anno Uno, le femen contro il Papa: l'ospite lascia lo studio

"I nostri diritti sono in pericolo: siamo qui per rivendicare laicità, la separazione tra Stato e Chiesa". Cinque donne di Femen, il movimento femminista di protesta ucraino, protestano in diretta contro l'annunciato intervento di Papa Francesco al Parlamento europeo previsto per il prossimo 25 novembre. Ma l'ospite in collegamento da Milano, l'imprenditore Gian Luca Brambilla, non ci sta e abbandona lo studio di Anno Uno: "Scusate - spiega - ma non sono venuto in una trasmissione in cui si offende la Chiesa cattolica e il Papa"

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Traffic Chaos On M25

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Russia to build bridge over Volga to link Astrakhan and Atyrau regions

"Russia is ready to build a bridge over the Volga River for the renovated Atyrau-Astrakhan highway," governor of the Astrakhan oblast Alexander Zhilkin told at a meeting with Kazakh Ambassador to Russia Marat Tazhin, reports. "The decision on a reconstruction of the road linking the Astrakhan and Atyrau regions outlined in the Kazakh President's Address to the Nation is of great importance for us. Reconstruction works will start next year. We will build a bridge and realize this project despite all difficulties," he added.
INC News, 14/11/2014-via AK Zhaik

Earthquake in Kyrgyzstan sends tremors to Almaty

A moderate earthquake of magnitude 5.6 has struck Kyrgyzstan on November 14, just 106km south of Almaty, tengrinews correspondent reports citing European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre. The earthquake happened at 7:24 a.m. Almaty time. Its epicentre was 40 kilometers to the south-east of Cholpon-Ata in Kyrgyzstan and its depth was 47 kilometers. Its coordinates were 42.32 degrees north latitude and 77.32 degrees east longitude. Meanwhile, the website of the Seismological Experimental-Methodical Expedition of the Committee of Science of the Ministry of Education of Kazakhstan reported that the epicenter of the earthquake was 130 kilometers south of Almaty and its magnitude reached 6.0. The tremor was felt very clearly in Almaty even though the magnitude there was only 3-4. It was followed by two other earthquakes with M4.2 and M5.3 at 7:56 a.m. and 8:09 a.m., both originating at the territory of Kyrgyzstan, the Kazakh agency reported.
INC News, 14/11/2014-via AK Zhaik

Driver Charged In Fatal Wedding Day Crash

A man has been charged for a fatal crash that killed a groom and injured a bride just hours after their wedding in Ohio.  Timothy Tebbe, a friend of the couple, was driving the pickup truck in the crash on 12 October that killed 27-year-old Andrew Bloomfield and injured the bride, Ruth. Another friend in the vehicle, Elizabeth Shelton, was also killed. Tebbe, 34, who was injured in the crash, was indicted on six charges, including aggravated vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.
see art. in:Mortal road traffic accident
INC News, 14/11/2014

M25 Shutdown: Pothole Chaos On 'Road To Hell'

The M25 was described as the "road to hell" today after a section caved in because concrete used in overnight repair work had failed to set. Three anti-clockwise lanes remain shut between junctions 9 and 10 in Surrey after the large pothole appeared near Leatherhead following a night of heavy rain. They are expected to stay closed until early evening but the junction 9 exit has reopened.
see articl.M25 chaos
INC News, 14/11/2014

Rosetta Probe Starts Drilling Into Comet

Scientists say the Philae lander has begun drilling into its comet - although battery issues may stop them obtaining any data. The team at the European Space Agency (ESA) hope to extract some of the material buried beneath the comet's surface. But it is not clear whether they will succeed, Stephan Ulamec, head of operations for Philae, said in an online briefing. He added controllers still do not know exactly where the probe landed on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on Wednesday.
The Philae lander is the first spacecraft to touch down on a comet and has sent first images from the surface of the body.
INC Nes, 14/11/2014

2nd Strange Smell in Days Prompts Moscow Health Warning

Days after Muscovite's complained about a strong smell of sulphur wafting through the city, municipal officials have advised residents to don face masks to protect themselves from impurities spewed out from burning woodland in the northeast of the capital. "In connection to the predicted adverse weather conditions, which will lead to accumulation of harmful impurities in the surface layer of the city's air, Moscow is expected to experience a worsening in its ecological situation," the regional branch of the Emergency Situations Ministry said Friday in an online statement. The ministry's statement comes just days after panic threatened to erupt in the city over mysterious fumes that many residents said smelled like rotten eggs and some said caused headaches and dizziness.
While Russia's Emergency Ministry pinned the eggy stench on a hydrogen sulphide spill, Russia's natural resources watchdog said the chemical in question was isopropyl benzene. Both agencies linked the smell to an accident at a Gazprom oil refinery in the south of Moscow, though the company later denied any such accident had taken place.
see article in : Smell in Moscow
INC News, 14/11/2014

Moscow Chooses Pink as Color of 14th Metro Line

Moscovites have chosen pink as the official color to designate their city's 14th metro line, which is currently being dug in the east of Moscow, according to poll results released this week. More than 70 percent of voters in a referendum conducted on the Moscow government's Active Citizen voting platform chose pink over black, the only other option offered, as the color of the Kozhukhovskaya line.
Moscow's metro system has already used most basic colors on the spectrum to identify its existing lines, which are colloquially referred to by their color rather than their longer official names. Undaunted, 4 percent of voters offered their own proposals for the new line's color, including such complex tones as olive, coral and turquoise.
INC News, 14/11/2014