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          Cathcart called up for Northern Ireland      Cache   Translate Page      
Watford defender Craig Cathcart has been called up for Northern Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus.
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Berikut kata cinta dalam 100 bahasa :

English - I love you
Afrika - Ek het jou lief
Albanian (Albania) - Te dua
Arabic (Arab) - Ana behibak (to male)
Arabic (Arab) - Ana behibek (to female)
Armenian (Armenia) - Yes kez sirumem


Bambara (Afrika Barat) - M'bi fe
Bengali (India) - Ami tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee)
Belarusian (Azerbaijan) - Ya tabe kahayu
Bisaya (Borneo) - Nahigugma ako kanimo
Bulgaria - Obicham te
Kamboja - Soro lahn nhee ah
Catalan (Catalonia, Valencia) - T'estimo
Cherokee (Carolina Utara) - Tsi ge yu i
Cheyenne (Wyoming) - Ne mohotatse
Chichewa (Singapura) - Ndimakukonda
Chinese (Kanton) - Ngo oiy ney a
Chinese (Mandarin) - Wo ai ni
Comanche (Mexico) - U kamakutu nu (pronounced oo----ka-ma-koo-too-----nu)
Corsican (Pulau Corsica di Laut Mediterania)- Ti tengu caru (to male)
Cree (Canada utara) - Kisakihitin
Creole (Lousiana) - Mi aime jou
Croatian (Kroasia) - Volim te
Czech (Chechnya) - Miluji te
Danish (Denmark) - Jeg Elsker Dig
Dutch (Belanda) - Ik hou van jou
Elvish (Stockholm) - Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Esperanto (Amerika selatan) - Mi amas vin
Estonian (Estonia) - Ma armastan sind
Ethiopian (Ethiopia) - Afgreki'
Faroese (Pulau Faroese) - Eg elski teg
Farsi (Persia) - Doset daram
Filipino (Filipina) - Mahal kita
Finnish (Finlandia) - Mina rakastan sinua
French (Perancis) - Je t'aime, Je t'adore
Frisian (Skandinavia) - Ik hald fan dy
Gaelic (Skotlandia) - Ta gra agam ort
Georgian (Georgia) - Mikvarhar
German (Jerman) - Ich liebe dich
Greek (Yunani) - S'agapo
Gujarati (Gujarat) - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo
Hiligaynon (Pulau Panay Timur, Filipina) - Palangga ko ikaw, Guina higugma ko ikaw
Hawaiian (Hawaii) - Aloha Au Ia`oe
Hebrew (Eropa timur)
To female - "ani ohev otach" (said by male) "ohevet Otach" (said by female)
To male - "ani ohev otcha" (said by male) "Ohevet ot'cha" (said by female)
Hindi (India) - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae
Hmong (group di China) - Kuv hlub koj
Hopi (Arizona) - Nu' umi unangwa'ta
Hungarian (Hungaria) - Szeretlek
Icelandic (Jerman utara) - Eg elska tig
Ilonggo (Pulau Pannay) - Palangga ko ikaw
Indonesian (Indonesia) - Saya cinta padamu
Inuit (Eskimo) - Negligevapse
Irish (Irlandia) - Taim i' ngra leat
Italian (Italia) - Ti amo
Japanese (Jepang) - Aishiteru or Anata ga daisuki desu
Kannada (Canada) - Naanu ninna preetisuttene
Kapampangan (Kota Capampangan, Filipina) - Kaluguran daka
Kiswahili (Swahili) - Nakupenda
Konkani (kota Goa, India) - Tu magel moga cho
Korean (Korea) - Sarang Heyo or Nanun tangshinul sarang hamnida
Latin - Te amo
Latvian (Latvia) - Es tevi miilu
Lebanese (Lebanon) - Bahibak
Lithuanian (Lithuania) - Tave myliu
Luxembourgeois (Luxemburg) - Ech hun dech gaer
Macedonian (Makedonia) - Te Sakam
Malay (Malaysia) - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu
Malayalam (India selatan) - Njan Ninne Premikunnu
Maltese (Malta) - Inhobbok
Marathi (India Barat) - Me tula prem karto
Mohawk(Ontario) - Kanbhik
Moroccan (Maroko) - Ana moajaba bik


          Команда президента победила всех      Cache   Translate Page      
лукашенко

Хоккейная команда президента Беларуси, по сообщению БелТА, одержала победы во всех матчах предварительного этапа Третьих республиканских любительских соревнований на призы Президентского спортивного клуба. 13 марта в заключительном поединке на Крытом катке ХК «Юность-Минск» команда главы государства со счетом 12:8 (4:0, 4:2, 4:6) взяла верх над хоккеистами Могилевской области.

У команды Президента самыми результативными игроками стали Александр Лукашенко и Павел Белый, набравшие по 5 бомбардирских баллов (2 шайбы плюс 3 голевые передачи). В команде Могилевской области самым результативным стал Виктор Шаритон, заработавший 6 (2+4) очков. Он же признан лучшим в составе гостей. У хозяев приз лучшего игрока получил Денис Курдеко, на счету которого 3 (2+1) бомбардирских балла.

Таким образом, команда Президента Беларуси, досрочно обеспечившая себе путевку в финальный раунд, выиграла все матчи предварительной стадии, одолев дружины Гомельской области - 15:5, Гродненской области - 10:8, Брестской области - 10:2, Витебской области - 7:1, Минской области - 11:3 и Могилевской области - 12:8.

Набрав 12 очков после 6 поединков, команда Президента Беларуси заняла 1-е место на предварительном этапе. Следом расположились дружины Гомельской области - 7 баллов (после 5 игр), Брестской - 5 (5), Минской - 4 (5), Гродненской - 4 (4), Витебской - 2 (4), Могилевской области - 0 (5).

До завершения предварительного этапа осталось провести еще 4 матча:

14 марта. Брестская область - Гомельская область, Витебская область - Гродненская область.

21 марта. Гродненская область - Минская область, Могилевская область - Витебская область.

По итогам предварительного этапа определятся 4 команды, которые в финальном раунде по системе плей-офф разыграют призовые места. Финальная стадия состоится 10-11 апреля в минском Дворце спорта. Шансы на выход в сильнейший квартет сохраняют все команды, за исключением дружины Могилевской области.

По сравнению с предыдущими соревнованиями в нынешнем сезоне в правила внесено одно существенное изменение: теперь вместо буллитов, назначаемых за нарушения, провинившиеся хоккеисты будут наказываться двухминутными удалениями.

Все участники, победители и призеры по традиции получат призы и подарки от республиканского государственно-общественного объединения «Президентский спортивный клуб». Не останутся без внимания и зрители. Их ожидают розыгрыши ценных призов и другие сюрпризы.

Организаторами Третьих республиканских соревнований по хоккею среди любительских команд являются Президентский спортивный клуб, Министерство спорта и туризма, Ассоциация «Федерация хоккея Республики Беларусь» и Минский городской исполнительный комитет. Партнеры турнира - Белорусская калийная компания, компании Convex International GmbH, торговый дом «БелАЗ» и «Спорт-Пари». Генеральный спонсор - компания «БТ Телекоммуникации» закрытого акционерного общества «Белтехэкспорт». Генеральный информационный партнер - Национальная государственная телерадиокомпания Республики Беларусь.


          За 2018 год ЗВР Беларуси уменьшились      Cache   Translate Page      

За 2018 год золотовалютные резервы (ЗВР) Беларуси уменьшились и по состоянию на 1 января 2019 года составили 7,16 млрд. долларов. Об этом сообщили в Нацбанке. За декабрь 2018 года золотовалютные резервы снизились на 282,3 млн. долларов (на 3,8%) после роста в ноябре 2018 года на 332,3 млн. долларов (на 4,7%). В декабре 2018 года Правительством

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          Cathcart called up for Northern Ireland      Cache   Translate Page      
Watford defender Craig Cathcart has been called up for Northern Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus.
          Arsenal teenager named in Northern Ireland squad      Cache   Translate Page      
Strikers Will Grigg and Conor Washington are back and there is a first call-up for Arsenal Under-23s defender Daniel Ballard in the Northern Ireland squad for this month's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus.
          Dziady (poem)      Cache   Translate Page      

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'''''Dziady''''' ({{IPA-pl|ˈdʑadɨ}}, ''Forefathers' Eve'') is a [[poetic drama]] by the Polish poet [[Adam Mickiewicz]]. It is considered one of the greatest works of both Polish and European [[Romanticism]]. To [[George Sand]] and [[Georg Brandes]], ''Dziady'' was a supreme realization of Romantic drama theory, to be ranked with such works as [[Johann Wolfgang Goethe|Goethe]]'s ''[[Faust]]'' and [[George Gordon Byron|Byron]]'s ''[[Manfred]]''.

The drama's title refers to ''[[Dziady]]'', an ancient [[Slavic peoples|Slavic]] and [[Lithuania]]n feast commemorating the dead (the "forefathers"). The drama has four parts, the first of which was never finished. Parts I, II and IV were influenced by [[Gothic fiction]] and [[Byron]]'s poetry. Part III joins [[historiosophy|historiosophical]] and individual visions of pain and annexation, especially under the 18th-century partitions of Poland. Part III was written ten years after the others and differs greatly from them. The first to have been composed is "Dziady, Part II," dedicated chiefly to the ''[[Dziady]]'' Slavic feast of commemoration of the dead which laid the foundations of the poem and is celebrated in what is now [[Belarus]].

A ban on the performance of the play was an aspect of the [[1968 Polish political crisis]].

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          Календарь 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

КАЛЕНДАРЬ НА 2019 сезон
Лицензия НАФ Дата проведения № 
этапа
Наименование 
соревнования
Место 
проведения


МАЙ
D/DR 5-6
Кубок Республики Беларусь "RACE OF CHAMPIONS"  
(ГОНКА ЧЕМПИОНОВ)
Гомель, ВПП "Зябровка"
Е
Belarusian 402.by Cup (Кубок 402.by)
Е 5-6 HANDICAP Seriеs (ГАНДИКАП СЕРИЯ)
ИЮНЬ
D/DR 15-16 1 Belarusian Drag-Racing Championship (BY)
Е
EEDRS (European Drag-Racing Series)
- 15-16
Lithuanian Drag-Racing Championship (LT)
D/DR
15-16
Latvian Drag-Racing Championship (LV)
Е
15-16 HANDICAP Seriеs (ГАНДИКАП СЕРИЯ)
ИЮЛЬ
D/DR
26-27
2 Belarusian Drag-Racing Championship (BY) Быхов 
Е 26-27

Belarusian 402.by Cup (Кубок 402.by)
Е 26-27
HANDICAP Seriеs (ГАНДИКАП СЕРИЯ)
3-4 Вентспилс (Латвия)

АВГУСТ
D/DR
Belarusian Drag-Racing Championship (BY)

Е EEDRS (European Drag-Racing Series)
Lithuanian Drag-Racing Championship (LT)


D/DR 3-4 Latvian Drag-Racing Championship (LV)

СЕНТЯБРЬ
D/DR 7-8
4 Belarusian Drag-Racing Championship (BY) Минск, Липки
Е 7-8 Belarusian 402.by Cup (Кубок 402.by)
Е
HANDICAP Seriеs (ГАНДИКАП СЕРИЯ)
 
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           Việt Nam là khách hàng lớn nhất mua vũ khí Belarus       Cache   Translate Page      
Theo thông lệ hàng năm, Viện nghiên cứu hòa bình quốc tế Stockholm - SIPRI đã công bố bản báo cáo chi tiết về tình hình mua sắm vũ khí thế giới.Theo báo cáo mới nhất của SIPRI, trong giai đoạn 2014 - 2018, Việt Nam đã lọt ra ngoài top 3 các quốc gia nhập khẩu trang bị quốc phòng nhiều nhất của Moskva.Trong số những vũ khí mà Việt Nam mua của Nga thời gian gần đây thì đáng chú ý nhất là hợp đồng 64 xe tăng chiến đấu chủ lực T-90S/SK và SIPRI dẫn nguồn tin của mình cho biết phía bạn đã bàn giao 30 xe, số còn lại dự kiến sẽ hoàn thành trong...
          Isloch Minsk vs BATE Borisov, Mar 14, 2019 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Cache   Translate Page      
Belarusian Cup, Isloch – BATE, Thursday, 9:30 am ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning Isloch 19.43% Draw 23.58% BATE 56.99% Short Preview BATE is in cheap shape now (in the last 5 games wins – 1). Isloch could have advantage in physics – more days for rest in last days. Recently BATE have a series…
          Интересное мнение об игроках сайта.      Cache   Translate Page      
Автор: basile73
Тема: Интересное мнение об игроках сайта.
Добавлено: 12.03.2019 в 18:14

[Quote=Denis Danilin] А "шахматист"Belarussian сказал, что этого мне не писал...
Хорошо Василий, что вы подтвердили авторство "шахматиста" Belarussian...[/Quote]
Каким образом я подтвердил? Я не в курсе вашей переписки или личной фантазии.
Пусть это подтверждает следователь или психиатр.


          Интересное мнение об игроках сайта.      Cache   Translate Page      
Автор: Denis Danilin
Тема: Интересное мнение об игроках сайта.
Добавлено: 12.03.2019 в 16:34

А "шахматист"Belarussian сказал, что этого мне не писал...
Хорошо Василий, что вы подтвердили авторство "шахматиста" Belarussian...


          "Грамотеи" русского языка      Cache   Translate Page      
Автор: Belarussian
Тема: "Грамотеи" русского языка
Добавлено: 12.03.2019 в 10:26

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Цитата: lnozdrachev "Так это ваш текст не мой."

          BOTANICA      Cache   Translate Page      

Synopsis: A garden-center employee fears his possible infertility and realizes that sometimes you have to swallow your pride to let love overcome.

Director: Noël Loozen
Writers: Joeri Kloppert, Noël Loozen
Stars: Sytske van der Ster, Guido Pollemans, Jiri Loozen, Olivia Lonsdale, Victor Peeters
Cinematographer: Tim Kerbosch
Production company: Halal Amsterdam
Production: Max de Wolf

Festival list:

Nederlands Film Festival, Netherlands (20 – 29 September, 2017)
Gouden Kalf Competition
Warsaw Film Festival, Poland (13 – 22 October, 2017)
Short Film Competition
Brest European Short Film Festival, France (7 – 12 November, 2017)
Special program
Exground Filmfest, Germany (17 – 26 November, 2017)
Supporting film screening
Porny Days – Film Kunst Festival, Switzerland (24 – 26 November, 2017)
Short Film Competition
International Short Film Festival Leuven, Belgium (2 – 9 December, 2017)
European Competition
Eindhovens Film Festival, the Netherlands (6 – 10 December, 2017)
Official Selection
Zubroffka – International Short Film Festival, Poland (6 – 10 December, 2017)
World Wide Shorts Competition
Limburg Film Festival, the Netherlands (12 – 14 January, 2018)
Korte Film Competitie
La Boca Erotica Film Festival, Spain (February, 2018)
Landshut Short Film Festival, Germany (14 – 19 March, 2018)
Official Competition
Aspen ShortsFest, United States (3 – 8 April, 2018)
Official Competition
Go Short – International Short Film Festival Nijmegen, the Netherlands (11 – 15 April, 2018)
Dutch Competition
Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, United States (12 – 18 April, 2018)
Official Selection
cellu l’art Short Film Festival, Germany (24 – 29 April, 2018)
International Competition Won: Youth Award
Cinema Perpetuum Mobile International Short Film Festival, Belarus (28 April – 1 May, 2018)
Thematic program: Taboo
Maryland Film Fest, United States (2 – 6 May, 2018)
Shorts Selection
Seattle International Film Festival, United States (17 May – 10 June, 2018)
Short Film Competition
Figari Film Fest, Italy (16 – 24 June, 2018)
International Short Film Competition
Palm Springs International ShortFest, United States (19 – 25 June, 2018)
Official Selection
NexT – International Film Festival, Romania (22 – 26 June, 2018)
International Competition
Valencia International Film Festival Cinema Jove, Spain (22 – 29 June, 2018)
Short Film Competition
Lago Film Fest International Festival of Short and Documentaries, Italy (20 – 28 July, 2018)
International Competition
Indie Street Film Festival, United States (21 – 25 July, 2018)
Official Selection
Lviv International Short Film Festival Wiz-Art, Ukraine (6 – 12 August, 2018)
International Competition
La Guarimba International Film Festival, Italy (7 – 11 August, 2018)
Short Fiction Competition
En Plein Public, Netherlands (8 – 24 August, 2018)
Official Selection
Zomerparkfeest, the Netherlands (9 – 12 August, 2018)
Short Film Program
Concorto Film Festival, Italy (18 – 25 August, 2018)
Special Program : Deep Night
Portobello Film Festival, United Kingdom (30 August – 6 September, 2018)
Dutch Focus
Quebec City Film Festival, Canada (13 – 22 September, 2018)
International Competition
Calgary International Film Festival, Canada (19 – 30 September, 2018)
Official Selection
Middle Coast Film Festival, United States (21 – 23 September, 2018)
Official Selection Won: Best Actor
Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival, United States (27 – 30 September, 2018)
Official Competition
Edmonton International Film Festival, United States (27 September – 6 October, 2018)
Official Selection
Timishort Film Festival, Romania (3 – 7 October, 2018)
International Competition
Drunken Film Fest Oakland, United Stated (7 – 12 October, 2018)
Official Selection
BRNO 16 International Short Film Festival, Czech Republic (10 – 13 October, 2018)
International Competition
Adelaide Film Festival, Australia (10 – 21 October, 2018)
Official Selection
15 Short Film Festival, United States (14 October, 2018)
DTLA Film Festival, United States (17 – 21 October, 2018)
Competition
shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival, Switzerland (18 – 29 October, 2018)
International Competition
Filmets Badalona Film Festival, Spain (19 – 28 October, 2018)
Official Selection
Kurz.Film.Spiele International Short Film Festival, Germany (20 – 21 October, 2018)
Official Competition
Tofifest – International Film Festival, Poland (20 – 28 October, 2018)
ShortCut Film Competition
Soria International Film Festival, Spain (11 – 25 November, 2018)
Out of competition
Fish & Chips International Erotic Film Festival, Italy (17 – 20 January, 2018)
Official Competition Special Mention
Pendance Film Festival, Canada (31 January – 3 February, 2018)
Official Selection
gLocal Film Festival, Italy (5 – 10 March, 2019)
Fish&Chips special
Skepto Film Festival, Italy (3 – 6 April, 2019)
Fish&Chips special
Formentera Film - International Festival, Spain (16 – 19 May, 2019)
Competition

Cast: Noël Loozen


          В Беларуси собираются ввести экзамены за 9 и 11 класс      Cache   Translate Page      

В Беларуси собираются ввести независимые экзамены за 9-й и 11-й классы. Об этом сообщил 23 октября в эфире телепрограммы «Главный эфир» на канале «Беларусь 1» министр образования Михаил Журавков. Независимая аттестация учащихся за 9-й класс может быть введена уже в 2019-2020 годах, за 11-й класс – в 2021-2022 годах. Также Михаил Журавков сообщил, что по

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          Comment on Why Frenkie picked Barcelona…. by wilson      Cache   Translate Page      
I was also expecting lammers to be called up. He could have played some minutes vs Belarus. Cant understand whats with koeman and Luuk De Jong.
          Belarus the most beautiful mathematics teachers popular network hot smoke powder ten (HD Phot-ffrrr.com      Cache   Translate Page      
Belarus "the most beautiful mathematics teachers" popular network   hot smoke powder ten (HD Photo) – Guizhou Channel – people.com.cn Belarus original title: "the most beautiful mathematics teachers" popular network hot smoke powder ten (Photos) Belarus beauty Ake Sanna was named the world’s most beautiful mathematics teachers ", the explosion of red on the Internet, […]
          Photos: An Ancient Ceremony to Celebrate the End of Winter (21 photos)      Cache   Translate Page      

Maslenitsa is an ancient ceremony—a farewell to winter celebrated since pagan times in the Slavic regions of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and other countries. Maslenitsa, or Pancake Week, is both a folk and religious holiday tied to Shrovetide, the carnival before Lent. Some traditional festivities include the burning of effigies of “Lady Maslenitsa,” family visits, snowball fights, and the cooking and eating of blini, pancakes, or crepes. Below, some images of Maslenitsa this year from Russia, Belarus, and Kyrgyzstan.

A young woman poses for a photo in front of the burning Bastille fortress, a symbol of the 1789 French Revolution built of wood pallets, during the celebration of Maslenitsa, the eastern-Slavic Shrovetide, in the village of Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga region, Russia, about 125 miles (200 kilometers) southwest of Moscow, on March 9, 2019. ( Mladen Antonov / AFP / Getty)

          3/13/2019: Soccer: Grigg and Washington return to squad for qualifiers      Cache   Translate Page      

Strikers Will Grigg and Conor Washington are back and there is a first call-up for Arsenal under-23 defender Daniel Ballard in the Northern Ireland squad for this month’s Euro 2020 qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus. Grigg returns after missing...
          Sika AG : SIKA ACQUIRES MANUFACTURER OF POLYURETHANE FOAM SYSTEMS IN BELARUS      Cache   Translate Page      
6:00 AM: SIKA ACQUIRES MANUFACTURER OF POLYURETHANE FOAM SYSTEMS IN BELARUS
          Конкурс праектаў ад Амбасады Каралеўства Нідэрландаў      Cache   Translate Page      
Падтрымку на рэалізацыю праектаў можна атрымаць у межах двух праграм: Фонд Правоў Чалавека і Нідэрландcкi Фонд Рэгіянальнага Партнёрства – Матра (НФРП – МАТРА). Шукайце падрабязнасці па спасылцы http://goo.gl/FnFsvP альбо запытвайце праз электронную пошту WAR-BELARUS@minbuza.nl Апошні тэрмін падачы заявак – 20 сакавіка 2019 г.
          Конкурс экалагічных ініцыятыў      Cache   Translate Page      
Ад 50 да 100 тыс еўра могуць атрымаць пераможцы конкурса, які ладзіцца ў межах праекта “Далучэнне грамадскасці ў экалагічны маніторынг і паляпшэнне кіравання аховай навакольнага асяроддзя на мясцовым узроўні”. Падрабязнасці шукайце на eu-belarus.net
          50m Butterfly Start List In Murmansk      Cache   Translate Page      

Courtesy of Dmitry Blokhin, Deputy Chairperson of Murmansk City Sports Committee, International Ice Swimming Association 3rd World Championship.

On Day 3 of the International Ice Swimming Association 3rd World Championship and 1st Ice Swimming Arctic Cup in Murmansk, Russia, top swimmers like Alisa Fatum, Hanna Bakuniak, Elina Mäkinen and Lotta Mäkinen, Marion Joffle, Olive Conroy race in the 50m butterfly, after 3 straight days of competing head-to-head.

The International Ice Swimming Association athletes are seeded as follows:

50m Butterfly Female Start List
Heat 1
1. Pliessnig Yasmine (22) Austria
2. Hanna Bakuniak (23) Poland
3. Alisa Fatum (24) Germany
4. Lascano Micaz Ailén (28) Argentina
5. Caroline Saxon (28) Great Britain
6. Elina Mäkinen (26) Finland
7. Lotta Mäkinen (23) Finland
8. Isichenko Daria (23) Russia
Heat 2
1. Guseva Elena (49) Russia
2. Beletskay Oksana (42) Russia
3. Mineeva Elena (44) Russia
4. Conroy Olive (21) Ireland
5. Marion Joffle (20) France
6. Meshkova Olga (44) Russia
7. Usacheva Natalia (43) Russia
8. Monahan Jaimie (40) USA
Heat 3
1. Simirenko Ludmila (68) Russia
2. Procházková Pavlína (55) Czech Republic
4. Semenova Elena (58) Russia
4. Gnutova Natalia (47) Russia
5. Afonina Elena (58) Russia
6. Gilyazova Lyubov (58) Russia
7. Popova Olga (56) Russia
8. McGowan Ellery (73) Australia
Heat 4
1. Henning Peggy (51) Germany
2. Galiulina Elena (52) Russia
3. Seray Natalia (53) Russia
4. Ortloff Elke (66) Germany
5. Wermenbol Els (65) Netherlands
6. Vantsi Merle (54) Estonia
7. Stiemens Marcelle (52) South Africa
8. Kozhina Tatiana (52) Russia
Heat 5
2. Vlasenko Svetlana (39) Russia
3. Whelpton Samantha (34) South Africa
4. Ivanova Elena (39) Russia
5. Yaroshuk Valentina (36)Russia
6. Hernandez Barbara (34) Chile
7. Skuba Irina (32) Russia

50m Butterfly Female Start List
Heat 1
1. Biankowski Piotr (44) Poland
2. Perl Michał (23) Poland
3. Grachev Dmitry (26) Russia
4. Stepanov Alexey (29) Russia
5. Pronin Yaroslav (27) Belarus
6. Kazakov Ivan (27) Russia
7. Datsenko Jaroslav (25) Russia
8. Mc Cullough Jack (19) Ireland
Heat 2
1. Famolkin Timur (41) Russia
2. Štengl Michal (41) Czech Republic
3. Miot Federico (42) Italy
И 4. Lutkowski Tomasz (44) Poland
5. Lysenko Alexandr (43) Belarus
6. Köberl Josef (42) Austria
7. Kuznetsov Vasiliy (42) Russia
8. Sobirov Albert (41) Russia
Heat 3
1. Zamyslov Andrey (46) Russia
2. Ibliaminov Damir (49) Russia
3. Valnicek Jakub (49) Czech Republic
4. Bond Paddy (40) Ireland
5. Kopytenko Igor (40) Belarus
6. Kitkov Andrey (40) Russia
7. Shagdarsuren Davaadorj (49) Mongolia
8. Gorbatenko Sergey (49) Russia
Heat 4
1. Chegorin Vladimir (56) Russia
2. Kichutkin Alexey (58) Russia
3. Filatov Igor (45) Russia
4. Nosov Dmitry (46) Russia
5. Kaarma Henri (45) Estonia
6. Karpunin Igor (45) Russia
7. Cherbadzhi Alexey (45) Russia
8. Sizov Andrey (56) Russia
Heat 5
1. Borovikov Alexandr (60) Russia
2. Fitzgerald Rory (61) Great Britain
3. Petshak Nickolay (64) Russia
4. Chekushkin Oleg (56) Russia
5. Agarkov Andrey (55) Russia
6. Pravashinsky Vladimir (55) Russia
7. Teterin Vasilii (62) Russia
8. Fomin Vladimir (61) Russia
Heat 6
1. Pushko Alexandr (51) Russia
2. Wandratsch Christof (53) Germany
3. Lautman Scott (67) USA
4. Yakupov Rafail (71) Russia
5. Lembit laht (70) Estonia
Э 6. Kuchinsky Valery (68) Russia
7. Fuzeau Alexandre (53) France
8. Ptitsyn Dmitry (53) Russia
Heat 7
1. Bertrand Bruno (34) France
2. Kutuev Anton (37) Russia
3. Sobinin Artem (39) Russia
4. Rubtsov Dmitry (51) Russia
5. Kuchenmeister Martin (50) Germany
6. Pankiv Yaroslav (50) Russia
7. Bertrand Rudy (37) France
8. Denisov Andrey (36) Russia
Heat 8
2. Kubiak Krzysztof (30) Poland
3. Allen Charl (31) South Africa
4. Chun Kong Mak (33) China
5. Bainov Pavel (33) Russia
6. Jakle Tobias (32) Germany
7. Maltsev Stanislav (31) Russia
8. Fedotov Sergey (309) Russia

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          Grow your indie game with Google Play      Cache   Translate Page      

Posted by Patricia Correa, Director, Platforms & Ecosystems Developer Marketing

Google Play empowers game developers of all sizes to engage and delight people everywhere, and build successful businesses too. We are inspired by the passion and creativity we see from the indie games community, and, over the past few years, we've invested in and nurtured indie games developers around the world, helping them express their unique voice and bring ideas to life.

This year, we've put together several initiatives to help the indie community.

Indie Games Showcase

For indie developers who are constantly pushing the boundaries of storytelling, visual excellence, and creativity in mobile we are announcing today the Indie Games Showcase, an international competition for games studios from Europe*, South Korea and Japan. Those of you who meet the eligibility criteria (as outlined below) can enter your game for a chance to win several prizes, including:

  • A paid trip and accommodation to the final event in your region to showcase your game.
  • Promotion on the Google Play Store.
  • Promotion on Android and Google Play marketing channels.
  • Dedicated consultations with the Google Play team.
  • Google hardware.
  • And more...

How to enter the competition

If you're over 18 years old, based in one of the eligible countries, have 30 or less full time employees, and have published a new game on Google Play after 1 January 2018, you can enter your game. If you're planning on publishing a new game soon, you can also enter by submitting a private beta. Submissions close on May 6 2019. Check out all the details in the terms and conditions for each region. Enter now!

Indie Games Accelerator

Last year we launched our first games accelerator for developers in Southeast Asia, India and Pakistan and saw great results. We are happy to announce that we are expanding the format to accept developers from select countries in the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America, with applications for the 2019 cohort opening soon. The Indie Games Accelerator is a 6 month intensive program for top games startups, powered by mentors from the gaming industry as well as Google experts, offering a comprehensive curriculum that covers all aspects of building a great game and company.

Mobile Developer Day at GDC

We will be hosting our annual Developer Day at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday, March 18th. Join us for a full day of sessions covering tools and best practices to help build a successful mobile games business. We'll focus on game quality, effective monetization and growth strategies, and how to create, connect, and scale with Google. Sign up to stay up to date or join us via livestream.

Developer Days

We also want to engage with you in person with a series of events. We will be announcing them shortly, so please make sure to sign up to our newsletter to get notified about events and programs for indie developers.

Academy for App Success

Looking for tips on how to use various developer tools in the Play Console? Get free training through our e-learning program, the Academy for App Success. We even have a custom Play Console for game developers course to get a jump start on Google Play.

We look forward to seeing your amazing work and sharing your creativity with other developers, gamers and industry experts around the world. And don't forget to submit your game for a chance to get featured on Indie Corner on Google Play.

* The competition is open to developers from the following European countries: Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland).


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          Belarus, Armenia agree to bolster mutual trade      Cache   Translate Page      
Belarus Minister of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade Vladimir Koltovich met Armenia's Ambassador Armen Ghevondyan.
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Varya is a procrastinator from Belarus. Myroslav is a graphic designer from Ukraine. Together they are the latest up and comers to be featured as Daily Duo More...
          МИД: Беларусь не усилит свою безопасность появлением иностранных военных баз на своей территории      Cache   Translate Page      
Фото: TUT.BYВысказывание прозвучало ходе экспертного обсуждения, какой вклад может внести Беларусь в сохранение договора о ликвидации ракет средней и меньшей дальности или в создание новой концепции международной безопасности.

          Foodfort: Chef Bonnie Morales Dishes Up a Taste of the Former Soviet Union      Cache   Translate Page      
In addition to the Eastern European dishes, "A Night at Kachka" diners can expect plenty of Russia's signature booze: vodka. Portland, Oregon-based Chef Bonnie Morales doesn't believe in culinary training wheels, particularly when it comes to the upscale Russian-style cuisine she'll bring to Foodfort, the tastiest branch of Treefort Music Festival, this year. To explain her philosophy, she told the story of a dish called "Herring 'Under a Fur Coat'" that she serves at her award-laden Portland restaurant, Kachka. "The reason I never wanted to put that on the menu, at least not to start, is that I thought it would be too ostracizing. It's a layered salad with herring, and herring isn't the easiest thing for people who are uninitiated to get into, and so I just thought it would scare people off," Morales explained. When the dish ended up on the menu, it quickly proved her wrong, racking up rave reviews and landing on lists like Willamette Week's "12 Wonder of Portland Food" and Eater's "Portland's 17 Most Iconic Dishes." "That to me was sort of a lesson for how I shouldn't take what people are going to like or not like for granted, or make judgements for other people," Morales said. "I think the lesson there is to just put it out there and see and let people make that decision for themselves, and don't dumb it down." That strategy has served her well. Since opening Kachka in 2014, Morales, a first-generation American whose parents hailed from Belarus (her maiden name was Frumkin), has garnered James Beard nominations for both herself and her restaurant, among other accolades. Despite her reputation as one of the Northwest's culinary giants, she's still happy to load up her car with pre-prepped dumplings, rabbit and pumpernickel for the 6-and-a-half-hour slog to Boise, where she'll present a four-course dinner at the Basque Center at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20, to kick off Foodfort 2019. The dinner is called "A Night at Kachka," so it's only fitting that Morales will pull dishes from the Kachka menu. They'll be served more formally than they would be at the restaurant, but the spirit of zakuski, a Russian term for a family-style table covered with hors d'oeuvres and vodka, will remain. "These dishes are all from different parts of the former Soviet Union," Morales said of the Foodfort menu. "...That wasn't intentional, but it just kind of happened naturally. And that's kind of how I grew up eating, just this very varied, sort of multicultural…
          Beltelecom reaches 300,000 pay-TV subs in Brest      Cache   Translate Page      
(Telecompaper) Belarusian national operator Beltelecom has announced that the subscriber base of its pay-TV services under the Zala brand has reached the threshold of 300,000 in the Brest region...
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          Simply Calenders 5.7.148.0      Cache   Translate Page      
Create calendars to print in 100+ languages. Step by step calendar wizard. 70 customisable styles: Month Calendars, Year Planners, Week Planners, Birthday, Academic and Fiscal Calendars. From 1582 until 9999. Integrated Scanning & Image Editor. Predict and add Christian, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish or Islamic Events. Moon Phases. Sunrise/sunset times. Daylight Saving dates. Add own events such as birthdays and local holidays. Support for repeating events. Export to PDF, JPG, TIFF, HTML, desktop. Afrikaans, Albanian, Basque, Belarussian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Welsh, Cymraeg, Latin, Irish, pipilino,Amharic,Armenian, Asturian, Azerbaijani, Bengali, Bosnian, Breton, Cherokee, Chipewyan, Chipewa, Cornish, Creole, Dagaare, Esperanto, Frisian, Fyro, Galician, Gujarati, Hawaiian, Ido, Interlingua, Kirundi,Kinyarwanda, Luganda, Malay, Marshallese, Occitan, Quechua, Sesotho,Sinhala, Swahili, Tagalog, Tswana, Uzbec, Yiddish & Zulu. In Windows XP and 2000, Arabic, Hebrew, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean & Japanese are also available.
          Foodfort: Chef Bonnie Morales Dishes Up a Taste of the Former Soviet Union      Cache   Translate Page      
In addition to the Eastern European dishes, "A Night at Kachka" diners can expect plenty of Russia's signature booze: vodka. Portland, Oregon-based Chef Bonnie Morales doesn't believe in culinary training wheels, particularly when it comes to the upscale Russian-style cuisine she'll bring to Foodfort, the tastiest branch of Treefort Music Festival, this year. To explain her philosophy, she told the story of a dish called "Herring 'Under a Fur Coat'" that she serves at her award-laden Portland restaurant, Kachka. "The reason I never wanted to put that on the menu, at least not to start, is that I thought it would be too ostracizing. It's a layered salad with herring, and herring isn't the easiest thing for people who are uninitiated to get into, and so I just thought it would scare people off," Morales explained. When the dish ended up on the menu, it quickly proved her wrong, racking up rave reviews and landing on lists like Willamette Week's "12 Wonder of Portland Food" and Eater's "Portland's 17 Most Iconic Dishes." "That to me was sort of a lesson for how I shouldn't take what people are going to like or not like for granted, or make judgements for other people," Morales said. "I think the lesson there is to just put it out there and see and let people make that decision for themselves, and don't dumb it down." That strategy has served her well. Since opening Kachka in 2014, Morales, a first-generation American whose parents hailed from Belarus (her maiden name was Frumkin), has garnered James Beard nominations for both herself and her restaurant, among other accolades. Despite her reputation as one of the Northwest's culinary giants, she's still happy to load up her car with pre-prepped dumplings, rabbit and pumpernickel for the 6-and-a-half-hour slog to Boise, where she'll present a four-course dinner at the Basque Center at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20, to kick off Foodfort 2019. The dinner is called "A Night at Kachka," so it's only fitting that Morales will pull dishes from the Kachka menu. They'll be served more formally than they would be at the restaurant, but the spirit of zakuski, a Russian term for a family-style table covered with hors d'oeuvres and vodka, will remain. "These dishes are all from different parts of the former Soviet Union," Morales said of the Foodfort menu. "...That wasn't intentional, but it just kind of happened naturally. And that's kind of how I grew up eating, just this very varied, sort of multicultural…
          7 Veils of Fantasy with Nonnie Parry - An Interview      Cache   Translate Page      

Doses raivosamente estridentes e soturnas exalam das caixas de som durante as 7 pedradas do debute "7 Veils of Fantasy" do combo de Illinois, Chicago, Nonnie Parry.

Liderados pela guitarra e voz de Rae, o que sente-se é um darkpunk bruto. As sombras estão por lá, mas a angústia, o caos e a raiva dominam os sentimentos. Das sete canções apenas duas ultrapassam o limite dos dois minutos, resumidamente, a pancada é curta e grossa, sem firulas.

Dizem que ao vivo é uma experiência única, mas por hora, concentremo-nos no material de estúdio. Fantasmas de divas como Lydia, Debbie, Joan, Siouxsie permeiam o ambiente, contrastando com a loucura da massa sonora.

Uma banda para ser apreciada em volume máximo, é claro.


***** Interview with Nonnie Parry *****


Q: When did Nonnie Parry begin? Tell us about the history...
In 2012. After the end of the world and the end of a precursing band I took the money and the dramatics sparked the creation and chemistry of Nonnie Parry, taken from a film about a ship wreck. Our first songs were self-recorded in the attic of the place where we lived called Schwag City/The Egg and have since been semi-lost.

Q: Who are your influences?
JAMC, TSOL, Danzig, Metal Urbain, Grauzone, Christian Death, Charles Bronson, G.G. Allin, Joan Jett, Debbie Harry, Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Velvet Underground

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
These following albums are sort of essential to understanding us although it would be absurd to assign them as our Truth:

The Shaggs - Philosophy of the World
Misfits - Static Age
Television Personalities - ...And Don't the Kids Just Love It
Screeching Weasel - My Brain Hurts
Jesus and Mary Chain - Psychocandy

Q. How do you feel playing live?
Nervous enough to lose control of my body and as soon as I figure out some sort of euphoria it is over.

Q. How do you describe Nonnie Parry´s sounds?
Controlled chaos, OCD music, sometimes loud, intended to be dark and cold like the virtual prison I sometimes find myself in.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
After trial and error we have found that "The Prince Method" or "Vibe Method" works best for us.

Q. Which new bands do you recommend?
Molchat Doma from Belarus

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
Usually not one to cover but if I were to pull the trigger I currently feel that "Do You Want Me on My Knees?" by The Nuns would be a good choice.

Q: What are your plans for the future?
We would love to travel to South America or Mexico.

Q: Any parting words?
Watch your television before it watches you
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Thanks

https://nonnieparry.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/nonnieparry/
          Condolences to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres      Cache   Translate Page      
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has expressed condolences to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres over the tragic loss of UN workers in a plane crash.
          Session of Belarus’ Security Council      Cache   Translate Page      
A concept of information security has been submitted for discussion at the Security Council of Belarus. The document has been developed on a routine basis following the instruction of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko taking into account the peculiarities and challenges of the current environment.
          QINGDAO ZORANOC OILFIELD CHEMICAL CO., LTD      Cache   Translate Page      
Qingdao Zoranoc Petrochemical Co. Ltd (ZORANOC) is a world leading manufacturer supplier of Oil Drilling Chemicals, Mud Additives, Oil refining chemicals, water treatment chemicals and other related petrochemicals. Since founded in 2007, the annual turnover is over USD90, 000,000 and annual export quantity is over 250,000 tons. Our headquarter, Cangzhou Xinchang Chemical Co., Ltd (hereafter shorted as Xinchang Chemical), is located in Cangzhou City, Hebei Province, and its predecessor is Hebei Oilfield Chemical Plant (founded in 1993), a member of Sinopec Group, then restructured to a corporate enterprise, renamed as Cangzhou Xinchang Chemical Co., Ltd. On the original basis of Sinopec, Cangzhou Xinchang Chemical continuously adjusted development strategies, got rid of the stale and bring forth the fresh, researched and developed high-end petrochemicals from a high starting point, and collaborated with Shenyang Chemical University, Sinopec Petrochemical Academy of Sciences and Tsinghua University in R&D and technology upgrading of petrochemical products. Two independent research institutes has been established in Shenyang and Hebei, and a doctoral station, established at the same time, is now under operation. ZORANOC is one of the earliest companies committed to the R&D and production of petrochemicals, and through cooperation with customers, now we can produce any drilling fluid for all oilfields, and solve many problems arising from the drilling process, so we have been one of the most powerful oilfield suppliers in China, with our service going in every stage in R&D and production of both land oilfields and ocean oilfields, mainly including drilling, oilfield technique and oil-water separation. As a technology service company with high standards, we give more attention to production facilities, as we have advanced high pressure reactor, pressing separator, gas chromatograph, high performance liquid chromatography and Brookfield Viscometer, etc. Depending on premium products and service, we have built long-term cooperation with oilfield companies in more than 10 countries as Iran, UAE, Kuwait, USA, Russia, Indonesia and Belarus, including NIDC, PDVSA, ONGC, BELORUSNEFT and PERTAMINA, and we have been highly regarded by all our customers. Meanwhile, we also have deep cooperation in oil drilling chemicals, oil refining chemicals and mud additives with the four large oilfield service companies (Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, Halliburton and Weatherford) As the largest manufacturer of oilfield chemicals in China, we have always insist in the highest quality, health, safety and environment-protection standards, and dedicated in supplying first-class and premium service. Insisting on safety management principles of “Prevention first, People-oriented”, focusing on customers and carrying on the quality management philosophy of “Credit First, Users First”; in our service and production, sufficiently applying process-control methods to guarantee the quality of products and service, and to satisfy the customers; tracking the developing trend of market and customer demands, as to supply customers with safe, premium, low-consumption and highly efficient service, all this is ZORANOC.
          В 2018 году самая крупная взятка в Беларуси составила 85 тыс. евро      Cache   Translate Page      

В МВД назвали размер самой крупной взятки в Беларуси в 2018 году – она составила 85 тысяч евро. За прошлый год сотрудники службы БЭП предотвратили вред, который мог быть нанесён экономическим интересам Беларуси, на 5,4 млн. руб. Из незаконного оборота денежных средств и товарно-материальных ценностей было изъято 6,8 млн. руб. В целом зарегистрированных в 2018

Запись В 2018 году самая крупная взятка в Беларуси составила 85 тыс. евро впервые появилась 5min.by.


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Fears of civil war in Venezuela as nationwide blackout enters fourth dayVenezuela is likely heading towards civil war, one of the country’s most respected military analysts has warned. “I fully expect that Nicolas Maduro’s thugs will come for me tonight, for what I am saying,” said retired colonel Jose Machillanda. “They have already raided my home, and I know what they are capable of. But this country is in a state of convulsion more serious than anyone realises.” Juan Guaido, recognised by more than 50 countries as the interim president, on Monday declared a “state of alarm” after four days of nationwide blackout, as the power grid collapsed. He said that 17 people had died from hospital equipment failing, describing their deaths as “murder” at the hands of Mr Maduro’s government. Cumpliendo con mis atribuciones constitucionales como Presidente (E), he enviado a la @AsambleaVE la solicitud para que se decrete estado de alarma en todo el territorio nacional debido a la tragedia que vive el país a causa del apagón nacional sostenido. ANSesiónDeEmergenciapic.twitter.com/et5WjL8uy0— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) March 11, 2019 In Caracas, already one of the world’s most dangerous cities, residents were left terrified in the dark at night, as their hard-earnt food supplies rotted in powerless fridges. Mr Maduro has blamed the largest blackout in Venezuela’s modern history on a cyber attack, orchestrated by the US. But one 40-year veteran of the Venezuelan state electric company, Corpoelec, told The Telegraph the blackouts were due to a lack of equipment, poor maintenance and staff fleeing the country. “We used to have the best electrical material available,” he said, attending a pro-Maduro march and only giving a false name, Antonio Canizales. “We had parts from Switzerland, Germany, the UK, America – the best. Now it’s cheap supplies from China which burn out, or recycled parts from Africa. “We used to do good projects; now we only patch things up. I think we all look back on when the company was in private hands and think it was a marvellous time.” People at the airport in Barquisimeto, Venezuela on Friday March 8 - the second day of the blackout Mr Machillanda said he believes US intervention could come, but not before the country tears itself apart at the seams. Having served as Hugo Chavez’s military advisor in the early days of his presidency, 20 years later he was asked, earlier this year, to assist Mr Guaido. He turned the newcomer down, dismissing 35-year-old Mr Guaido in brutal terms as “naïve” and simplistic, lacking the historical perspective to fully comprehend the powerful forces at work. Mr Guaido and his allies in the US – in particular the Florida senator Marco Rubio and hawkish national security advisor John Bolton – frequently boast about the number of soldiers who have abandoned Mr Maduro: almost 600, according to Colombia’s immigration ministry. Yet Mr Machillanda laughs when asked about the defections, describing them as low-ranking “drops of water” in a huge military machine 123,000-strong – although he says it is a sign of the disarray inside the ranks. He insists that Mr Guaido’s attempts to win over the military and get them to turn against Mr Maduro are a waste of time. A supporter of Guaido holds a policeman's face during a demonstration in Caracas on March 9 Credit: CRISTIAN HERNANDEZ/AFP/Getty Images “I still go to the Turkish baths inside Fuerte Tiuna,” he explained, referring to Venezuela’s most important military barracks, where Mr Maduro lives, and where the army headquarters are located. “I go because, until now, no one has stopped me. And what I hear there disgusts me. The generals in those Turkish baths – they are not soldiers. All they talk about is their business interests: I control a shoe factory, I control a condom factory, I control a clothes factory. “Do you really think they’ll give that up?” Venezuela has around 1,200 generals, Mr Machillanda said – a huge number, intended to create conflict between them, he suspected. He is dripping with scorn when asked about their military capacity. Members of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN) patrol Caracas  He leaps from his seat, to gesture a series of dumbbell lifts. “I was doing weights, and one comes up to me and says: ‘I appreciate what you write, and what you say. It’s true. We’re doomed.’ But they still won’t abandon the government because it keeps them afloat.” Furthermore, the soldiers are terrified of the consequences of rebellion. Cuban military intelligence has penetrated every level of the Venezuelan armed forces: Mr Machillado says that the Cuban military attache has an office right next door to the Venezuelan defence minister, Vladimir Padrino. Spies within the ranks report on their fellow soldiers, monitoring them for any sign of dissent. Rocio San Miguel, one of Venezuela’s most shrewd military observers and founder of the Control Ciudano monitoring site, disagreed with Mr Machillando that the desertions were insignificant, saying they were a blow to already battered morale. Colombian police escort a Venezuelan soldier who surrendered at the Simon Bolivar international bridge, linking Venezuela and Colombia But she agreed that the soldiers were cowed into obedience, noting that the desertions were only from the Colombian border areas – deep inside Venezuela it was impossible to escape. “How could they do it?” she said. “Within a few minutes you are arrested and tortured. Even worse, your family is hunted down.” Asked whether she thought more defections were likely, she smiled and would only say: “Every soldier has a plan A, a plan B, and a plan C.” She added: “Maduro only has the military. He’s lost his political capital, economic capital and social capital. It’s all he has left, and he’s going to do his utmost to cling onto it.” Nicolas Maduro, president of Venezuela Eudis Luis’s son, Carlos, knows how brutal that repression can be. A student at the aviation academy, the 27-year-old was on duty on the night of January 2 when weapons were stolen from an armoury, presumably in preparation for an uprising. Carlos was immediately put into prison and tortured. Mrs Luis said when she saw him a few weeks later, inside the feared Ramon Verde military prison, he could only consume liquefied food through a straw. Mrs Luis’s house was raided, and her 80-year-old mother beaten. She remains in bed, trying to recover from her injuries. “I don’t know when he’ll get out,” she said, her eyes filling with tears. “He’s a political prisoner.” Ms San Miguel, a human rights lawyer, was not surprised by the tale. “Never before in the history of the Venezuelan armed forces have there been so many members of the military imprisoned, tortured, demoted and expelled, looking to get out, or refugees,” she said. Juan Guaido, on Monday March 4 And, with Mr Maduro clinging on, with the commanders of the armed forces remaining loyal out of self-interest and the lower ranks remaining loyal out of fear, Mr Machillando predicts civil war is inevitable. He said it could come in the next few hours, but likely in the coming months. Ms San Miguel also said she expects the conflict to last for the rest of this year. She said she wasn’t certain there was a force suitably strong to challenge Mr Maduro’s army, and spark a civil war – although she agreed with Mr Machillando that it was indeed a possibility. Mr Machillando said his neighbourhood in Caracas, eight months ago, held a meeting about how to protect themselves. They counted 175 firearms among them. Venezuela has an estimated six million firearms in the country, according to GunPolicy.org – half of them illegally-owned, coming largely from Colombia’s 50-year civil war and through theft from the barracks. Pro-Maduro supporters in Caracas on February 23 The news website Efecto Cocuyo published at the end of February images of a school in the state of Apure being used by paramilitaries for target practice. Heavily-armed forces loyal to Mr Maduro, known as colectivos, roam the streets on motorbikes, reportedly at the direction of Diosdado Cabello, the all-powerful and greatly feared head of the pro-Maduro parliament. The children of both Mr Cabello and of Antonio Benavides Torres, the head of the national guard, are all reported by local media to have left Caracas for Beijing in the last fortnight. One retired general, who spent 30 years in the Venezuelan forces, stepping down in 2009, told The Telegraph he agreed that civil war was “one of the things that could happen”. “And we must do everything we can to avoid it,” he said. He told how, while he was commanding troops, Chavez bought arms from Russia, China and Belarus. “They’re not the most advanced,” he said. “They certainly aren’t first generation. And some have even fallen into disrepair. But still, there is a lot of hardware there.” The defence minister, who he knows personally, he described as “a narco-trafficker” who, although lacking in presidential ambitions himself, was now cornered and “in a very dangerous situation”. Mr Padrino, he said, was ruthless – “he has done whatever necessary to get to where he is,” including bringing in foreign forces: Cubans and Russians, mainly. Vladimir Padrino explains military drills to Nicolas Maduro on January 27 Mr Machillanda said he had been told that there were currently between 120 and 140 Russians based at the military sports and social club – the Circulo Militar - inside the Mamo military base, on the outskirts of Caracas. “They’ve been there a while sunbathing – many of them speak Spanish now, and eat local food,” he said. “I believe they are mercenaries although I don’t know for sure. I’ve heard there are US special forces about. But British, I don’t think so.” He sits back in his chair, pondering. “We need our Winston Churchill right now. But we haven’t got him.” And he warned that the world was underestimating the gravity of the conflict, and the geopolitical importance of Venezuela – at the crossroads of the Americas, with the US and Cuba both nearby, Israelis involved, particularly interested in the reports of Hizbollah cells on the island of Margarita, and with Russia, China and Iran watching closely. “Bill Clinton has said, essentially, that the Democrats should back Trump if he decides to go in,” he said. “So you have the whole of the US on side. “If they go in, it’ll be three days. If the Colombians go in, maybe a week. “But there will likely be chaos building up to that. Then society will be activated, and the rifles and pistols and automatic weapons will come out. “We’re heading towards civil war.”



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The results of the two InstaForex contests are summed up and the winners are determined. Today, we will declare the winners of the InstaForex Sniper and One Million Option contests. We are pleased to congratulate the most successful traders, and wish other participants to find their names in the next contest digests.

InstaForex Sniper

Fortune favors the keenest, fastest, and most patient traders in the InstaForex Sniper contest. According to the results of the last stage, Pyotr V. Kruglikov outpaced his rivals and became the winner. We congratulate the prize owner and wish him to keep it that way. We invite other traders to test their marksmanship. So, register and join us! The next stage of the InstaForex Sniper contest will be held from March 11, 2019 to March 15, 2019.

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One Million Option from InstaForex is the most popular contest among traders. Every round bold participants compete for the title of the best option trader in the hot struggle. Following the results of the recent stage, the best score was achieved by Alexander Mikhalev from Belarus. Let's cheer the winner! So, we remind you that the next stage of One Million Option will start very soon - on March 11, 2019 and come to an end on March 15, 2019.

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The best performance during the regular stage of FX-1 Rally was demonstrated by a trader from Argentina, Roberto Reinaldo Steinmetz. We congratulate the winner and wish him to confirm his reputation of the best trader in the next stages of the FX-1 Rally contest. If you are ready for a tough fight and want to prove yourself in the race for leadership, then welcome to the start of a regular stage of FX-1 Rally! You can register and participate in the next race that will be held from 00:00 January 18, 2019 to 23:59 January 18, 2019.

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Fortune favors the keenest and fastest traders in the InstaForex Sniper contest. According to the results of the last stage of InstaForex Sniper, a trader from Belarus, Dmitry Leonidovich Margulevich, became the winner. We congratulate the prize owner and wish him to keep it that way. So, register and join us! The next stage of the InstaForex Sniper contest will be held from January 28, 2019 to February 1, 2019.

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Oleg Stanislavovich Zharsky became the winner of the regular stage of InstaForex Great Race 2018. We congratulate the prize owner and invite others to join us, since the race is long, while awards are enough for everyone!

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Good reaction skills, attention, healthy curiosity, and motivation for learning are required to participate in the Real Scalping contest. If you seek to achieve a positive outcome, you should exercise patience, and persistence, as well as practice trading on a constant basis. This time, a trader from Pakistan, WargarHussain, has turned out to be the best. InstaForex congratulates the winner and invites all traders to join the opportunity to compete and win in the next stage of the contest, which will start on February 4, 2019 and come to an end on February 28, 2019.

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Courtesy of Nuala Moore, Murmansk, Russia.

396 ice swimmers qualified for the IISA 3rd World Championship in Murmansk, Russia.

The largest contingent in the third edition of the ice swimming world championships is from Russia with 251 swimmers followed by Great Britain (19 swimmers), China (15), Ireland (15), Germany (120, Poland (12), Czech Republic and South Africa (9 each), Austria and Netherlands (8), Belarus, USA and France (4 each), Argentina, Estonia and Ukraine (3 each), Finland, Hong Kong and Spain (2 each) and 1 each from Australia, and Bulgaria, Chile, Iceland, Italy, Mongolia, Morocco, New Zealand, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland (1 each).

Nuala Moore recalls the start-up mentality of the rapidly emerging ice swimming community from the early years in the 2013 world championships in Murmansk, Russia to this year. "2013 was the first world championship event in Murmansk where the conditions were in 0°C water for the 1000m swim. Melissa O Reilly, Jackie Cobell, Natalia Seraya and I took on the distance of 1000m. There were only four of us - I completed in 23 minutes.

The four of us ladies was the FULL start line of the 1000m - we were terrified. Natalie did the full distance swimming breaststroke and with just a wooly hat and without goggles. The number of swimmers participating now are crazy - compared from 2013 to 2019 - and great to see. Anne Marie [Ward] agreed not to compete in the 1000m Ice Kilometer and instead completed the 500m at 0°C so she would be finished and recovered in order to be poolside and could help me complete mine. We were so terrified beforehand.

I can still remember the emotions [at] the 700m mark, the counting of the lengths, and the nervousness poolside as the Russian females had never swam this distance before. The transfer to the sauna was up about 50 steps and they were moving us so fast - the [recovery] teams were fantastic.

But once Anne Marie was poolside, I knew I could push a little harder.

Our post-swim recovery was insane. I remember looking at Melissa O Reilly and Jackie Cobell in the sauna trying to figure out who they were and why I was here...it was my first-time experience.

Then one by one, the men started to come in. That was the craziest journey I had ever witnessed. I immediately jumped into action and started on the recovery. Henri Kaarma's recovery was challenging all at the same time.

it was mind blowing trying to understand the recovery of the men while I was still recovering myself, but it was by far the best group of people and mostly the best learning experience I ever had. I loved the experience, but mostly loved the journey. We trusted ourselves and our teams.

Prior to 2013, there were only a few other ladies around the world such as Lynne Cox and Natalie who had ever completed an Ice Kilometer. It was crazy back then: all slow speeds of around 20+ minutes. I was by far the fastest woman back then at 22 - 23 minutes. Now, the numbers are mind-blowing fast.

The men were Ram Barkai, Kieron Palframan, Ryan Stramrood did an Ice Mile, Henri Kaarma did 2,150 meters, and Cristian Vergara and Aleksandr Brylin did 1,000 meters. That was it
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Six years ago in 2013 when ice swimmers were fewer and speeds were slower.

The growth in the ice swimming community is evidenced with the large number of swimmers entered in this week's Ice Kilometer race in Murmansk:

1000m Freestyle Female Start List:
Heat 1

2. Delibash Osman (27) Russia
3. Semenova Elena (58) Russia
4. Kharitonova Larisa (56) Russia
5. Sokolova Olga (40) Russia
6. Novotná Mirka (55) Czech Republic
7. Seray Natalia (53) Russia
Heat 2
2. Nekrasova Ekaterina (39) Russia
3. Ortloff Elke (66) Germany
4. King Deirdre (38) Ireland
5. Somers Julie-Ann (41) Ireland
6. Procházková Pavlína (55) Czech Republic
7. Guseva Elena (49) Russia
Heat 3
2. Hernandez Barbara (34) Chile
3. Henning Peggy (51) Germany
4. Pliessnig Yasmine (22) Austria
5. McFarland Caroline (49) Ireland
6. Startin Andrea (45) Great Britain
7. Pendleton Catherine (47) Great Britain
Heat 4
1. Wayman Debbie (57) Great Britain
2. Lascano-Micaz Ailén (28) Argentina
3. Monahan Jaimie (40) USA
4. Sigurjósdottir BirnaHrönn (47) Iceland
5. Whelpton Sam (34) South Africa
6. Steels Kate (50) Great Britain
7. Ovsyannikova Margarita (29) Russia
8. Šlehoverová Lenka (37) Czech Republic
Heat 5
1. Brice Heidi (23) Great Britain
2. Stenveld Margot (31) Netherlands
3. Saxon Caroline (28) Great Britain
4. Wijnker Kyra (21) Netherlands
5. Kopecká Nikola (18) Czech Republic
6. Stiemens Marcelle (52) South Africa
7. Perry Jade-Fern (37) Great Britain
8. Van der Laan Irene (59) Netherlands

Fastest 1000m Freestyle Heat Female
Heat 6

1. Mori Victoria (26) Argentina
2. Bednerek Aleksandra (21) Poland
3. Bakuniak Hanna (23) Poland
4. Fatum Alisa (24) Germany
5. Mäkinen Elina (26) Finland
6. Doran Ciara (19) Ireland
7. Nováková Renata (22) Czech Republic
8. Marion Joffle (20) France

1000m Freestyle Male Start List:
Heat 1

2. Slehtin Vadim (32) Russia
3. Wang Ren Feng (48) China
4. Kapeller Johannes (44) Austria
5. Svyatov Timofey (48) Russia
6. Bremner Mervyn (65) South Africa
7. Kitkov Andrey (40) Russia
Heat 2
2. Agarkov Andrey (55) Russia
3. Warneken Jonty (47) Great Britain
4. Haslauer David (24) Austria
5. Wang Yun Feng (56) China
6. Grzywa Marek (44) Poland
7. Fuzeau Alexandre (53) France
Heat 3
3. Brylin Alexandr (43) Russia
4. Wolber Rene (32) Austria
5. Wittwer Adrian-Alejandro (32) Switzerland
6. Mack Lars (44) Germany
7. Maydon Tom (39) South Africa
Heat 4
1. Guest Mark (50) Great Britain
2. Petshak Nickolay (64) Russia
3. Prokopchuk Grigory (50) Russia
4. Coe Jonathan (67) Great Britain
5. Kuchenmeister Martin (50) Germany
6. Kennedy Ger (50) Ireland
7. Neupokoev Yury (57) Russia
8. Coleman David (62) New Zealand
Heat 5
1. Bell Alistair (33) Great Britain
2. Zamyslov Andrey (46) Russia
3. Köberl Josef (42) Austria
4. Lutkowski Tomasz (44) Poland
5. Bond Paddy (40) Ireland
6. Chegorin Vladimir (56) Russia
7. Lindsay Colin (45) Great Britain
8. Maltsev Stanislav (31) Russia
Heat 6
1. Naziemiec Leszek (45) Poland
2. Lautman Scott (67) USA
3. Fedotov Sergey (30) Russia
4. Štengl Michal (41) Czech Republic
5. Bainov Pavel (33) Russia
6. Jung Stefan (55) Germany
7. Kassner Matthias (52) Germany
8. Dempsey Mark (44) Ireland
Heat 7
1. Corcoran Patrick (44) Ireland
2. Filatov Igor (45) Russia
3. Schilder Alexander (28) Netherlands
4. Golebiowski Remigiusz (43) Poland
5. Hopkins Neil (38) South Africa
6. Allen Charl (31) South Africa
7. Barkai Ram (62) South Africa
8. Pekárek Jaroslav (42) Czech Republic
Heat 8
1. Theodosis Charalampos (43) Greece
2. Myatt John (47) Great Britain
3. Biankowski Piotr (44) Poland
4. Kubiak Krzysztof (30) Poland
5. Chekushkin Oleg (56) Russia
6. Valnicek Jakub (49) Czech Republic
7. Chun Kong Mak (33) China
8. Ryan John (51) Ireland
Heat 9
1. Fitzgerald Rory (61) Great Britain
2. Oosterbaan Raymond (42) Netherlands
3. Runge Stefan (52) Germany
4. Leitch James (44) Great Britain
5. Kaarma Henri (45) Estonia
6. Petruňa Michal (46) Slovakia
7. Domeracki Rafał (37) Poland

Fastest 1000m Freestyle Heat Male
Heat 10

1. Dorin Georgescu Paul Eugen (41) Romania
2. Diego López Dominguez (38) Spain
3. Vladislav Sapozhikov (23) Russia
4. Stoychev Petar (43) Bulgaria
5. Wandratsch Christof (53) Germany
6. Hesterman Fergil (26) Netherlands
7. Šlajs Petr (29) Czech Republic
8. Sobirov Albert (41) Russia

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