У Рівному військового судитимуть за державну зраду

У Рівному військового судитимуть за державну зраду

Прокуратура Рівненської області передала до Рівненського міського суду обвинувальний акт у провадженні щодо військового однієї з бригад ЗСУ, дислокованої на Дніпропетровщині, за вчинення правопорушень, передбачених статтями 111, 258-3 Кримінального кодексу України (державна зрада, участь у терористичній організації). Про це повідомили у прокуратурі.

«Встановлено, що у період з березня 2017 року по лютий 2019 року громадянин України проходив «військову службу» у спецпідрозділах терористичної організації «Донецька народна Республіка». Повернувшись на підконтрольну територію України він вступив до лав одного із підрозділів ЗСУ. Проходячи військову службу, вказаний громадянин не відмовився від злочинних намірів, та встановивши контакт з особою, яка позиціонувала себе співробітником ФСБ Російської Федерації, збирав інформацію військового характеру про ротацію, переміщення, озброєння підрозділів ЗСУ та передавав її останньому, що могло заподіяти шкоду обороноздатності держави», – мовиться у повідомленні.

Як зазначили у прокуратурі, обвинувачений перебуває під вартою.

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Millions of US Workers Losing Jobs as Coronavirus Spreads

Millions of U.S. workers are losing their jobs in a surge of layoffs as businesses large and small shut their operations amid the coronavirus pandemic.A week ago, nearly 3.3 million workers filed for unemployment benefits. The figure is expected to rise rapidly in the coming weeks, with 40 million people predicted to be unemployed by mid-April.Before the pandemic struck the United States, 5.8 million U.S. workers were unemployed — 3.5% of the workforce of 164.6 million. That figure had changed little in the past six months and was a linchpin of a robust economy.FILE – An empty restaurant is seen in Manhattan borough following the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in New York City, March 15, 2020.Now, the world’s largest economy has been hurt by what President Donald Trump describes as the “horrible scourge” of the coronavirus.
On Tuesday, investment banker Goldman Sachs Group forecast a far steeper decline in the U.S. than it had previously, predicting that output of goods and services would plunge by an annualized 34% in the April-to-June period, compared to its earlier estimate of 24%.Goldman Sachs economists said the U.S. jobless rate would soar to 15% by mid-year, an estimate that would leave 25 million workers unemployed. Its earlier estimate was for a 9% jobless rate.James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (in the midwestern state of Missouri), predicted the unemployment rate may climb to 30% in the second quarter because of the business shutdowns, with a plunging 50% drop in the gross domestic product.  An estimated 190,000 stores have closed, making that about 50% of retail space. On Monday alone, major retailers Macy’s, Kohl’s and Gap announced that collectively, they are laying off 290,000 workers.  FILE – The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts overlooking the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. (Diaa Bekheet/VOA).In Washington, D.C., the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts furloughed the 96 musicians playing for the National Symphony Orchestra without pay, even though the U.S. Congress just last week approved a $25 million rescue fund for the cultural hub, where all performances have been canceled.Some employers initially said they would continue to pay their workers, but many of those decisions have quickly been scrapped because of uncertainty on how the coronavirus might spread or when the pandemic will end.  Global management consulting firm Mckinsey & Company says a quarter of U.S. households already live from paycheck to paycheck, with 40% of Americans unable to cover an unexpected expense of $400 without borrowing.The $2 trillion rescue package approved by Congress last week and signed into law by Trump calls for enhanced unemployment compensation for laid-off workers. States normally pay jobless workers a fraction of their normal pay, but the national assistance plan will add $600 a week in extra pay for the next four months if workers are unemployed for that length of time.Goldman Sachs economists say they expect a significant recovery in the July-to-September period, with the GDP expanding by 19%.“Our estimates imply that a bit more than half of the near-term output decline is made up by year-end,” they wrote.State governments across a wide swath of the U.S. have ordered millions of Americans to stay home in the coming weeks, except to buy groceries, purchase carry-out food, go to medical appointments or exercise by themselves or with family members.  Such orders have forced many businesses deemed not essential to close their doors, although the term, “essential,” has varied among the 50 states, leading to a patchwork of functioning commerce depending on where one lives. 
 

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В Україну прибув літак з Китаю із новою партією ПЛР-тестів та засобами захисту – Офіс президента

У вівторок до україни прибув літак, який доправив з Китаю додатково 100 тисяч ПЛР-тестів для виявлення коронавірусу, 40 тисяч окулярів багаторазового використання, медичні маски та обладнання для апаратів штучної вентиляції легень, повідомляє пресслужба Офісу президента.

«Після проходження всіх санітарних та митних процедур вантаж спрямують до лікарень та лабораторій у всі регіони України. Засоби захисту також будуть передані військовим і працівникам Державної прикордонної служби. Крім того, медичні маски надійдуть у мережі аптек, щоб задовольнити попит населення», – йдеться в повідомленні.

В ОПУ нагадали, що 30 березня з Південної Кореї до України прибув літак зі 100 тисячами ПЛР-тестів для виявлення COVID-19.

30 березня ЄС виділив 80 мільйонів євро на підтримку України у боротьбі з коронавірусом. А 31 березня стало відомо, що США виділили Україні медичну й гуманітарну допомогу на суму 1,2 мільйона доларів, щоб обмежити розповсюдження COVID-19 на території країни.

Станом на 10:00 31 березня в Україні лабораторно підтвердили 549 випадків захворювання на COVID-19. Померли від COVID-19 13 людей. Вісім людей вже одужали, з них двоє дітей.

 

 

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“Пробившие дно”: «галера» обиженного карлика пукина потеряла управляемость и идет ко дну…

“Пробившие дно”: «галера» обиженного карлика пукина потеряла управляемость и идет ко дну…

Кровавый пукин имеет нынче все шансы превратиться в неудачника, управляющего своей «галерой» в «идеальный шторм», когда сошлись почти все возможные негативные обстоятельства
 

 
 
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Чуда не случилось: Порошенко в который раз будет спасать Украину

Чуда не случилось: Порошенко в который раз будет спасать Украину
 

 
 
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Газпром окончательно скатился: Польская оплеуха одичалым

Газпром окончательно скатился: Польская оплеуха одичалым
 

 
 
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Inmate Death Underscores COVID-19 Risks for US Prison Population

The death of a U.S. prisoner in the state of Louisiana is amplifying concerns that COVID-19 could spread unchecked in America’s detention facilities that hold more than two million people nationwide. Health officials and local leaders warn the prison population is especially vulnerable to an outbreak, and that hospitals near prisons would be overwhelmed by any inmate epidemic. VOA’s Chris Simkins reports, some prisons are taking steps in hopes of lessening a looming crisis

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Iran Gets Medical Aid Through US Sanctions Workaround

Germany, Britain and France have facilitated exports of medical goods to Iran in the first use of a mechanism designed to get around U.S. sanctions, Germany said Tuesday.A German Foreign Ministry statement Tuesday did not specify what type of medical supplies were involved, nor any companies that were part of the action.It said now that the system had been used successfully, the two sides would “work on more transactions.”Iran and a group of five world powers signed a deal in 2015 that restricted Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.After the United States withdrew from the deal and imposed sanctions, Iran pressured the European signatories to work around those restrictions to help its battered economy.That pressure included Iran taking a series of steps away from its commitments under the 2015 deal, including caps on uranium enrichment.

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US Outlines Plan for Venezuela Transition, Sanctions Relief

The Trump administration is prepared to lift sanctions on Venezuela in support of a new proposal to form a transitional government representing allies of both Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido, U.S. officials said.
The plan, which will be presented Tuesday by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, echoes a proposal made over the weekend by Guaidó that shows how growing concerns about the coronavirus, which threatens to overwhelm the South American country’s already collapsed health system and crippled economy, are reviving U.S. attempts to pull the military apart from Maduro.  
What’s being dubbed the “Democratic Framework for Venezuela” would require Maduro and Guaidó to step aside and hand power to a five-member council of state to govern the country until presidential and parliamentary elections can be held in late 2020, according to a written summary of the proposal seen by The Associated Press.  
Four of the members would be appointed by the opposition-controlled National Assembly that Guaidó heads. To draw buy-in from the ruling socialist party, a two-third majority would be required. The fifth member, who would serve as interim president until elections are held, would be named by the other council members. Neither Maduro nor Guaidó would be on the council.
“The hope is that this setup promotes the selection of people who are very broadly respected and known as people who can work with the other side,” U.S. Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams told the AP in a preview of the plan. “Even people in the regime look at this and realize Maduro has to go, but the rest of us are being treated well and fairly.”
The plan also outlines for the first time U.S. requirements for lifting sanctions against Maduro officials and the oil industry — the source of nearly all of Venezuela’s foreign income.
While those accused of grave human rights abuses and drug trafficking are not eligible for sanctions relief, individuals who are blacklisted because of the position they hold inside the Maduro government — such as members of the supreme court, electoral council and the rubber-stamp constitutional assembly — would benefit.  
But for sanctions to vanish, Abrams said the council would need to be functioning and all foreign military forces — from Cuba or Russia — would need to leave the country.  
“What we’re hoping is that this really intensifies a discussion inside the army, Chavismo, the ruling socialist party and the regime on how to get out of the terrible crisis they’re in,” Abrams said.
For months, the U.S. has relied on economic and diplomatic pressure to try and break the military’s support for Maduro and last week U.S. prosecutors indicted Maduro and key stakeholders — including his defense minister and head of the supreme court — on drug trafficking and money laundering charges.  
Still, any power-sharing arrangement is unlikely to win Maduro’s support unless the thorny issue of his future is addressed and he’s protected from the U.S. justice system, said David Smilde, a senior fellow at the Washington Office on Latin America. While Venezuelans are protected from extradition by Hugo Chavez’s 1999 constitution, the charter could be rewritten in a transition, he said.
“It’s a little hard to see how this is going to be convincing to the major players in the government,” said David Smilde, a senior fellow at the Washington Office on Latin America. “They seem to think the military is going to step in, but that seems extremely unlikely.”
It also would require the support of Cuba, China or Russia, all of whom are key economic and political backers of Maduro. In a call Monday with Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump reiterated that the situation in Venezuela is dire and told the Russian leader we all have an interest in seeing a democratic transition to end the ongoing crisis, according to a White House readout of the call.  
A senior administration official said Monday that the U.S. is willing to negotiate with Maduro the terms of his exit even in the wake of the indictments, which complicate his legal standing.
But recalling the history of Gen. Manuel Noriega in Panama, who was removed in a U.S. invasion after being charged himself for drug trafficking, he cautioned that his options for a deal were running out.
“History shows that those who do not cooperate with U.S. law enforcement agencies do not fare well, ” the official said in a call with journalists on condition of anonymity to discuss U.S. policy. “Maduro probably regrets not taking the offer six months ago. We urge Maduro not to regret not taking it now.”
Guaidó, who has been recognized by the U.S. and nearly 60 other countries as the lawful leader of the country following a widely viewed fraudulent re-election of Maduro, called on Saturday for the creation of a “national emergency government.”  
He said international financial institutions are prepared to support a power-sharing interim government with $1.2 billion in loans to fight the pandemic. Guaido said the loans would be used to directly assist Venezuelan families who are expected to be harmed not only by the spread of the disease but also the economic shock from a collapse in oil prices, virtually the country’s only source of hard currency.  
The spread of the coronavirus threatens to overwhelm Venezuela’s already collapsed health system while depriving its crippled economy of oil revenue on which it almost exclusively depends for hard currency.  
The United Nations said Venezuela could be one of the nations hit hardest by the spread of the coronavirus, designating it a country for priority attention because of a health system marked by widespread shortages of medical supplies and a lack of water and electricity.  
Last September, Guaidó proposed a similar transitional government in talks with Maduro officials sponsored by Norway, which never gained traction.  
But with the already bankrupt country running out of gasoline and seeing bouts of looting amid the coronavirus pandemic, calls have been growing for both the opposition and Maduro to set aside their bitter differences to head off a nightmare scenario.
“The regime is under greater pressure than it has ever before,” Abrams said.

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Кіберполіція встановила понад 100 осіб, які поширювали фейки про коронавірус

Від початку карантину в Україні правоохоронці перевірили 344 повідомлення про можливі протиправні дії, зокрема онлайн-шахрайство при купівлі засобів індивідуального захисту, та виявила 228 фактів розміщення на інформаційних ресурсах неправдивої або провокаційної інформації про пандемію коронавірусу.

«Наразі кіберполіція ідентифікувала 116 осіб, які цю інформацію поширювали. За фактами онлайн-шахрайства розпочато 30 кримінальних проваджень», – йдеться в повідомленні Департамент у кіберполіції.

24 березня у поліції повідомляли, що завдяки роботі кіберполіцейських з мережі видалили близько 80 фейків про коронавірус.

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Раді пропонують заборонити акції біля судів на відстані ближче ніж 50 м

У Верховній Раді України зареєстрований проєкт закону, який пропонує заборонити мітинги й акції протесту біля будівель судів на відстані ближче ніж 50 метрів. Автором документу є народний депутат із фракції «Слуга народу» Сергій Демченко.

Згідно з повідомленням на сайті ВРУ, законопроєкт зареєстрований 30 березня, а 31 березня переданий на розгляд комітету.

У документі передбачається, що служба судової охорони буде припиняти проведення таких акцій або дій без ухвалення будь-яких додаткових рішень або додаткових вказівок, із залученням у разі потреби представників Національної поліції чи Нацгвардії.

Як йдеться в пояснювальній записці до законопроєкту, його ухвалення «надасть змогу суддям можливість реалізувати закріплені на рівні Основного Закону України права. Крім того, в разі ухвалення законопроєкту буде вирішена одна з проблем втручання в роботу суддів, намагання фізичного та психологічного тиску на суддів, будуть визначені єдині підходи для розуміння нормативних рамок регулювання відносин у сфері проведення мирних зібрань».

 

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Ukraine Approves Legislation in Bid for IMF Aid

Ukraine’s parliament has voted to lift the ban on the sale of farmland in a move that would allow the country to get $8 billion worth of aid from the International Monetary Fund.  The bill, long pushed by economists to stimulate investment in agriculture, was approved by 259 votes out of 450 late Monday. It opens up the land market for Ukrainian citizens starting from July 1, 2021, and for Ukrainian companies starting from 2024.  Ukrainians will vote on a nationwide referendum on whether to allow foreigners to buy farmland.  FILE – In this handout photo released by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy speaks at a ceremony in Kyiv, Ukraine, Feb. 13, 2020.Speaking in parliament Monday night, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy stressed the importance of getting the IMF loan.  “It is really important for us, to sign the memorandum with the IMF, and you know well that the two main conditions were the land law and the banking law,” Zelenskiy said.Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal echoed his sentiment in televised remarks Monday.  “Without the support of international organizations we will have to fall into the abyss of a financial meltdown,” Shmyhal said.  Earlier Monday, lawmakers approved the banking law in the first reading. It prevents former owners of banks that were nationalized or liquidated from regaining ownership rights or receiving compensation from state funds.  Some said that the bill, among others, targets billionaire tycoon Ihor Kolomoisky, whose Privatbank was nationalized in 2016 and who sought to get it back using his connections to Zelenskiy. In recent months, Zelenskiy has been trying to distance himself from Kolomoisky, who wasn’t hiding his ambitions to influence both domestic and foreign policies, observers say.According to Zelenskiy, once Ukraine fulfills the conditions outlined by the IMF, it will receive the first batch of funds — $1.75-$2 billion — in 15 days.  “We agreed with the management of the IMF,” Zelenskiy said.

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