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22 Ноя 2020, 22:51
На 7,5% участков фотографировали бюллетени. Наблюдатели ОПОРЫ рассказали о ключевых нарушения в день второго тура

С 12 до 16 часов фотографирования избирателями своих избирательных бюллетеней наблюдатели ОПОРЫ зафиксировали на 7,5% избирательных участков.

По состоянию на 18:30 зафиксировано 41 случай фотографирования бюллетеней и составлено 20 протоколов об админнарушении.

Более 25 случаев фотографирования бюллетеней было обнаружено в Днепре, 8 в Киеве, по 3 – в Черкассах и Полтаве, по одному – во Львове, Николаеве и Никополе.

“Распространение практики фотографирования избирательных бюллетеней вызывает серьезное беспокойство, поскольку масштаб проблемы может свидетельствовать о реализации незаконных технологий, включая осуществление контроля за волеизъявлением избирателей и подкуп избирателей”, – отметили в ОПОРЕ.

Также наблюдатели ОПОРЫ зафиксировали 220 нарушений в ходе утреннего заседания избирательных комиссий и в ходе голосования во втором туре выборов городских голов.

Как сообщила руководительница ОПОРЫ Ольга Айвазовская в Facebook, наиболее распространенными нарушениями на заседаниях были:

Напомним, в воскресенье, 22 ноября, в 11 городах проходил второй тур выборов мэра. Главу города выбирали в Днепре, Никополе, Славянске, Ужгороде, Бердянске, Львове, Дрогобыче, Николаеве, Полтаве, Ровно и Черкассах. Избирательные участки открылись в 8 утра и работали до 20 часов.

Официальные результаты голосования должны быть установлены не позднее чем на пятый день со дня повторного голосования, то есть до 27 ноября включительно.

В Черновцах второй тур запланирован на 29 ноября, а в Кривом Роге – на 6 декабря.

Напомним, первый тур очередных местных выборов в Украине состоялся 25 октября.

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25 Ноя 2020, 21:46

Министр иностранных дел России Сергей Лавров прибыл в Белоруссию, где проведет встречу с президентом республики Александром Лукашенко и белорусским коллегой Владимиром Макеем, передает корреспондент ТАСС.

Как рассказала официальный представитель российского МИД Мария Захарова, Лавров примет участие в совместном заседании коллегий министерств иностранных дел России и Белоруссии.

«Планируется обмен мнениями о состоянии отношений с ЕС, возможности участия ОДКБ в операциях ООН по поддержанию мира, перспективы формирования Большого Евразийского партнерства через сопряжение интеграционных процессов, а также взаимодействие в области международной информационной безопасности», — сообщила Захарова.

В октябре в Белоруссию с рабочим визитом прибыл глава службы внешней разведки России Сергей Нарышкин. В ходе встречи Лукашенко заявил, что из-за непростой обстановки вокруг Союзного государства встреча с Нарышкиным произведет «взрыв в СМИ», и поблагодарил главу СВР за своевременно представляемую информацию.

В начале сентября Лукашенко встретился с премьер-министром России Михаилом Мишустиным. На встрече стороны обсудили поставки российской вакцины от коронавируса. В середине сентября Лукашенко встретился в Сочи с президентом России Владимиром Путиным. Путин выразил Лукашенко поддержку в связи с протестами в стране, которые продолжаются после президентских выборов.

23 Ноя 2020, 19:13

The earliest signs of complex multicellular life evolved on Earth about 100 million years later than first thought, according to scientists studying chemical biomarkers.

The researchers from The Australian National University (ANU), Max Planck Institute and Caltech say the finding has big implications for our understanding of evolution.

An MIT study in 2009 claimed the first complex life evolved 635 million years ago - based on traces of chemicals found in rocks from Oman that back to that period.

The chemicals found in the rocks - including steroids - were remarkably similar to the chemicals produced by modern sponges and so it was assumed they were biomarkers for complex life.

A team of chemists have been able to recreate the same 'biomarkers' in a lab using common algae, which was widely present on Earth during this period.

Animals rapidly diversified and became ecologically dominant at the beginning of the Cambrian period (541–485 million years ago) - yet scientists believe the first animals had to have arisen much earlier than this based on molecular data.

Many suspect they would have emerged during the Neoproterozoic era (1,000–541 million years ago ), although the exact timing remains contentious.

The oldest uncontroversial animals in the fossil record are found in deposits from 558–552 million years ago during the Ediacaran period and others, with 'some degree of confidence' have been traced back to 571 million years ago.

However, most molecular clocks place the appearance of animals within the range of 900–635 million years ago - during the Cryogenian or Tonian periods.

Researchers have used 'biomarkers' to try to bridge this 340 million year gap between the molecular clock and actual fossil evidence.

That is what the MIT team did in 2009 when they found 'evidence' of a sponge biomarker in rocks dating back 635 million years - but new research found those biomarkers could be produced by other mechanisms - not just sponges.

'It brings the oldest evidence for animals nearly 100 million years closer to the present day,' said Dr Lennart van Maldegem, co-author of one of two linked studies into the potential origins of biomarkers in these ancient rocks.

'We were able to demonstrate that certain molecules from common algae can be altered by geological processes – leading to molecules which are indistinguishable from those produced by sponge-like animals.'

This brings the earliest 'confirmed' date for the start of complex life on Earth back to about 560 million years ago - to sponges living during the Cambrian era.

The mystery of when our very earliest animal ancestors emerged and became abundant in the oceans puzzled palaeontologists for more than a century.

'Ten years ago, scientists discovered the molecular fossils of an animal steroid in rocks that were once at the bottom of an ancient sea in the Middle East,' said Professor Jochen Brocks, a co-author of the study.

'The big question was, how could these sponges have been so abundant, covering much of the seafloor across the world, but leave no body fossils?'

Dr Ilya Bobrovskiy, lead author of the other study, said the researchers have been able to 'solve this mystery' by recreating the steroid markers in the laboratory.

'While it holds true sponges are the only living organism which can produce these steroids, chemical processes can mimic biology and transform common and abundant algae sterols into 'animal' sterols,' he said.

'These molecules can be generated in the lab when simulating geological time and temperatures, but we also showed such processes did happen in ancient rocks.'

The two studies have been published in Nature Ecology and Evolution.

24 Ноя 2020, 21:14

As Thanksgiving approaches Jennifer Garner was getting into the spirit of the holiday as she was feeling 'grateful' this week for one thing in particular.

The 48-year-old actress took to Instagram to share a throwback snap of her younger self sporting an $8 haircut as she gave thanks to her current hairstylist Adir Abergel.

Pictured in a childhood school photo the Texas native wrote, 'Sometimes the 8 dollar haircut worked...Sometimes it didn't,' as she humored herself on social media.

Garner was suited up for picture day in a red flannel and a yellow corduroy jumper with a very choppy haircut.

Despite slightly roasting herself, it was all in good fun as she wrote she was posting 'with virtue.'

The post was quick to garner comments from fellow celebrity friends as Molly Sims wrote, 'This is amazing, grateful for you,' and Octavia Spencer wrote, 'Cutie.'

Some were apt to draw comparisons to her lookalike son Sam that she shares with ex-husband Ben Affleck, 48, as Jessica Capshaw and Sara Foster could not help but see the resemblance.

Last Thanksgiving things between Garner and her former husband Ben came to a head as the pair were spotted having a very animated conversation the day after the family holiday.

Though the pair were seen heading to the movies with their three children and going Christmas tree shopping, Affleck had been struggling with his sobriety which culminated in a holiday fight.

Garner was pictured driving Ben in his car a day later to a remote hotel near Santa Barbara as he tried to resolve his battle with alcoholism.

In an recent November PBS interview with Kelly Corrigan, Garner called her 13-year-marriage to Ben a 'total circus,' as she spoke about now trying to 'chase peace,' in her life while protecting her kids from the once looming paparazzi eyes.

Though the former couple have seemed to make serious strides since Ben's more troubling days, it is unclear if they will be reuniting for the holiday as Affleck has been on set in New Orleans with new love interest Ana De Armas, 32, while filming their movie Deep Water.

Additionally due to the COVID-19 pandemic Governors country wide are urging people not to travel out of state to see loved ones and to limit gatherings to just their immediate household.

On Tuesday it was announced that the Alias actress has a new project in the works, starring alongside her 13 Going on 30 castmate Mark Ruffalo in an upcoming film called The Adam Project.

The duo who have not been on set together since the 2004 film will be playing parents in the time travel movie, with Ryan Reynolds signing on as the lead character.

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