Monday, January 12, 2015
Мы скорбим вместе со всем миром!
United States President Barack Obama said on Monday that he’s unveiling a “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” as part of a plan to better protect Americans from identity theft and credit fraud.
Speaking from the Federal Trade Commission headquarters in Washington, DC, Pres. Obama said that the proposed legislation, combined with other efforts out of the White House, will protect the privacy and personal information of Americans during the digital age as a surge of cyber attacks have seen such data routinely compromised in recently months.
INC News, 12/01/2015 - via RT
Cinque persone sono rimaste ferite in una sparatoria avvenuta durante una esibizione del cantante americano Chris Brown. È successo al Fiesta night club di San Josè, in California, durante una festa privata che ha registrato il tutto esaurito: in base a quanto si è appreso, il cantante R&B, ex della collega Rihanna, si stava esibendo quando si sono uditi degli spari. In un video postato dai fan sui social media si sente proprio l’artista mentre si rende conto di quanto sta accadendo. Nel locale si è subito creato il panico. I cinque feriti sono stati subito ricoverati in ospedale e nessuno corre pericolo di vita. Non è chiaro il movente della sparatoria, né chi abbia sparato.
Sta spopolando su YouTube il video che immortala la caduta della premier danese, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, dalla scale dell’Eliseo.
Kazakhstan has sent $400,000 worth of aid to Ukraine's southeastern regions to help ease the humanitarian crisis following months of military conflict, the Kazakh Foreign Ministry said this weekend, inform.kz reports. Railway cars carrying canned meat, sugar, buckwheat and vegetable oil were delivered on Jan. 9 to Severodonestsk, a town near the Ukrainian-Russian border.
Ukraine's State Service of Emergency Situations and the administration of Luhansk Oblast received the aid in the presence of Kazakh officials and local and international NGOs, including the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, foxnews reports.
"Ukraine is experiencing a difficult time ... and in this situation, Kazakhstan cannot stay indifferent," a senior official from the Kazakh Embassy in Ukraine said, explaining the motive for Astana's decision to send aid. The deputy head of the Luhansk Oblast state administration, Olga Lishik, expressed Ukraine's gratitude to the people of Kazakhstan for their assistance.
INC News, 12/01/2014-via AK ZHAIK
Mukhtar Aliev died at the 82. Mukhtar Aliyev in 1980-1982 worked as the chief surgeon of the Ministry of Health of Kazakh SSR. In 1980-1985 he was the director of research institute of clinical and experimental surgery. During 1982 - 1987 he was the Minister of Health of Kazakh SSR. In 1987- the director of Scientific center of surgery named after A. N. Syzganov. In 1998 he founded and became the first president of the International academy of medical sciences (Brussels, Belgium).
Mukhtar Aliyev was the deputy of the Supreme Council of RoK, the member of political Asar party, the member of political Nur Otan party. He has many awards and medals: Halyk Kakharmany (Hero of the Nation, two times winner of the RoK State Award RK, and has the title of an honourable citizen of Almaty.Rakhat Aliev -- the former husband of Nazarbaev's eldest daughter, Darigha -- has been under arrest in Austria since June.
His son Rakhat Aliyev is wanted in Kazakhstan on suspicion of kidnapping and murdering two bankers in 2007, as well as other charges, all of which he says are politically motivated.
Austrian authorities have twice declined to extradite him to Kazakhstan, citing concerns that he would not receive a fair trial.
Rakhat Aliev was Kazakhstan's ambassador to Austria in 2007 when allegations against him first surfaced. By that time, he had become a critic of his then father-in-law, Nazarbaev.
Mukhtar Aliev left for Europe at that time but returned unexpectedly to Kazkhstan in 2009, saying he needed to help his wife. He described her as being "under house arrest."
INC News, 12/01/2015 - via AK ZHAIK