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21 Ноя 2020, 12:06
Россия и Эфиопия возобновили авиасообщение

Эфиопская авиакомпания Ethiopian Airlines в субботу, 21 ноября, возобновила регулярные рейсы из Аддис-Абебы (Эфиопия) в Москву. Об этом сообщает РИА «Новости» со ссылкой на московский аэропорт Домодедово.

«Домодедово» встретил первый регулярный рейс из Аддис-Абебы после возобновления авиасообщения между Россией и Эфиопией. С 21 ноября авиакомпания Ethiopian Airlines выполняет рейсы каждую субботу», — указано в сообщении.

Ранее сообщалось, что Россия возобновила авиасообщение с Японией, которое было прервано из-за пандемии коронавирусной инфекции.

НОВОСТИ ПО ТЕМЕ:

— РФ и Япония возобновляют авиасообщение

— Росавиация разрешила вывозные рейсы из-за рубежа по квотам

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30 Ноя 2020, 05:15

She is the popular TV judge who always puts on a stylish display.

And Amanda Holden sizzled as she slipped into a swimsuit for a festive dip in her hot tub on Sunday.

The Britain's Got Talent judge, 49, showed off her trim legs and taut midriff in a raspberry-hued swimsuit as she sat on the edge of her hot tub with a glass of red wine.

The beauty was clearly getting in the festive spirit in her back garden, with an elaborately decorated tree visible behind her.

Her caramel tresses were styled in soft waves while a rich palette of make-up enhanced her pretty features.

She captioned the snap: '#hottubtime #homeforChristmas.'

Amanda recently teased her first ever Christmas single, following the success of her Number One album Songs From My Heart.

The star appeared on This Morning on Friday and later unveiled her music video, which also stars her two daughters; Hollie, eight, and Lexi, 14.

In the video, Amanda looked effortlessly glamorous in a cream chunky knit as she sang by her fireplace and put up a Christmas tree with her girls.

Amanda told Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes: 'The thinking behind it was that a lot of people are going to be home for Christmas, but a lot of people can't be home.

'Being home doesn't necessarily mean a building, the sentiment is as long as we're with someone we love, then we're home.'

'It's been a difficult year for us all but one of the positives to come from 2020 has been the extra time we've been given to engage with friends, neighbours, and our families.

''Home' means love. This Christmas let's all make that extra special effort to connect in whatever way we can with one another. Making someone feel they are not alone is one of the greatest gifts we can give in 2020.'

Amanda also discussed Britain's Got Talent Christmas special, which is set to feature some of the best acts to appear over the past 14 series.

Ashley Banjo will replace Simon Cowell as he continues to recover after breaking his back over summer.

Amanda said: 'All of us judges, I can't say what we doing, but all of us will be performing.

It's going to be a really festive show. There's no competition between us- all though I don't know about David.'

On a prospect of Simon making a guest appearance, the judge said: 'He may make an appearance, he may not.

'I've heard it from horses' mouth, he's well, he's fighting fit, he can't wait to get back. The auditions start in January and he will be back.

03 Дек 2020, 17:06

Премьер-министр России Михаил Мишустин заявил в четверг, 3 декабря, на заседании кабмина, что социальные обязательства государства в январе-сентябре были выполнены в полном объеме, передает ТАСС.

По его словам, речь идет о запланированных на три квартала текущего года социальных обязательствах. Глава кабмина также сообщил, что при этом финансирование национальных проектов увеличилось.

Мишустин отметил, что финансовые системы многих стран мира, включая Россию, «оказались под воздействием мощнейших шоков». Он указал, что распространение коронавируса нового типа привело к снижению деловой активности.

Премьер добавил, что кабмин выделит 10 млрд руб. 25 регионам на обеспечение сбалансированности бюджетов. Таким образом, общий объем дополнительной поддержки субъектов России составит 300 млрд руб., отметил Мишустин.

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— Миронов предложил выплатить малоимущим 10 тысяч рублей к Новому году

— В СФ пояснили, какие пенсионеры получат две выплаты в декабре

— Россиян начнут уведомлять о полагающихся им мерах поддержки

21 Ноя 2020, 03:15

Republic of Ireland boss Stephen Kenny was summonsed for emergency talks on Friday following Sportsmail’s revelation he showed his players a ‘propaganda’ video.

Kenny is hopeful of keeping his job despite a Football Association of Ireland investigation into the matter which saw the head coach show his squad a video with political connotations as a way of motivating them ahead of last week’s game against England, news we exclusively disclosed on Thursday.

The 49-year-old was called into for a urgent meeting with FAI bosses on Friday to establish the full details of what happened in the team meeting ahead of last Thursday’s 3-0 loss at Wembley.

It is understood FAI chiefs also want to speak to coaches Damien Duff and Keith Andrews.

Players took varying degrees of offence to the video, with one source describing it as ‘anti-English’ while another indicating it was more aligned with ‘pro-Irish’ sentiments.

Nevertheless, there is significant frustration from inside the FAI regarding the incident which is being viewed, at the very least, as an error of judgement inside the governing body.

The FAI are keen for Kenny to gauge what level of regret he has over the issue, particularly given it offended at least one person enough to alert FAI chiefs.

The three-minute video referenced the Easter Rising in 1916, where Irish republicans launched an armed rebellion later stopped by the British who executed 16 of the ringleaders in Dublin.

Kenny was facing calls from outside the FAI on Friday to be sacked.

Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen told MailOnline: 'By firing up old resentments, the video only fuels extremism and racism and has no place in football. We must kick it out.

‘Can you imagine would happen if the England coach showed the England team films of the Second World War and the Nazi death camps before a match with Germany? It would have been career ending’.

Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown told talkSport: ‘Why do you need that motivation? This is a professional game of football.

'I think Kenny's in trouble.'

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