The Supreme Court of Russia has referred for reconsideration the case of nationalists Nikita Tikhonov and Yevgenia Khasis, who were convicted of the murder of lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova, reports RIA Novosti.
In the Tikhonov and Khasis case, the Russian Armed Forces' cassation decision of September 14, 2011 was overturned and the case was sent back for a new appeal hearing & # 39; & # 39 ;, & ndash; said lawyer Dmitry Agranovsky.
Previously, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) questioned the impartiality of the jury, finding that the paragraph of the Convention on Human Rights was raped in relation to the defendants in the case, & nbsp; guarantee the right to a fair trial.
Recall that lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova were shot dead in January 2009 in Moscow. Nikita Tikhonov was sentenced to life imprisonment for double murder, and his common-law partner Yevgenia Khasis was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
The crew of the Russian Soyuz MS-20 spacecraft, which includes two Japanese space tourists, has arrived at the launch complex at Site 31 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome, RT reports.
The cosmonaut & nbsp; Alexander Misurkin, along with the Japanese Yusaku Maezawa and Yozo Hirano have already taken the elevator to the upper platform of the service columns and entered the ship.
Earlier, the State Commission authorized the launch of the Soyuz-2.1a rocket; with the Soyuz MS-20 spacecraft, on board which will be space tourists.
The launch will take place on December 8 at 10:38 a.m. Moscow time.
It is known that tourists will spend in orbit 12 days. On board & nbsp; On the International Space Station, they will participate in a science program, as well as complete web surfing tasks from the list of '100 things you want MZ to do in space! ''. They will record this process on camera and upload videos to Youtube.
In addition, the crew will deliver New Year's gifts to Russian cosmonauts, props for their missions, and Japanese cuisine suitable for use in space.
In the new version of Telegram, channel and group owners have the option to prohibit subscribers from forwarding posted messages, taking screenshots and to record photos and videos.
As reported on the Messenger website, new tools introduced to protect content from recording and copying.
In this case, the users themselves will be able to completely delete their messages for a certain period of time for all participants in the conversation.
They can also choose after which period of inactivity to automatically end sessions on old devices and allow receiving calls and new secret chats on individual gadgets.
Recently, Russian judicial officers initiated execution proceedings against Google and Telegram to collect fines totaling 11.5 million rubles for not erasing information banned in the Russian Federation . & nbsp; Telegram has to pay 3 million rubles.
The Federation Council will not submit to the fall session of the State Duma the draft law on domestic violence, which is currently being discussed; elaboration, reports TASS with reference to the vice-president of the Federation Council Galina Karelova.
] by a group, the bill was discussed on the official website of the upper house and received a large response: as a result of the discussion, more than 11,000 proposals were received with amendments and additions to the document, many of which have been taken into account & # 39; & # 39 ;, & mdash; the deputy speaker of the upper house of parliament told reporters.
Since the current version “ did not find the approval of all parties who discussed it, '' the document has not been submitted to the State Duma. We see that opinions are diametrically divided. One party insists on strengthening measures, the other proposes not to adopt the law.
The Senator recalled that the working group on the evolution of legislation in the field of the prevention and prevention of domestic violence was created in 2019, when this subject was actively discussed … The working group & nbsp; included senators, deputies, representatives of ministries, departments, public bodies.
The bill under discussion aims to protect victims of domestic violence in cases where administrative or criminal measures cannot be applied to the perpetrator.
The Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation plans to increase the number of industries included in the professionalism program, aimed at reducing the duration of training for specialties blue collar workers.
The head of the department Sergei Kravtsov said that 40-50% of students should be transferred to such training programs, which involves their preparation for specific tasks of industries and companies.
According to the Minister, a situation developed when many companies set up their own corporate universities, where college graduates are retrained. At the same time, the colleges themselves are catastrophically underfunded, there is no practical basis, Kravtsov said, noting that the “ Professionalism '' simply intended to solve existing problems.
The authorities want to launch the program from September 1 next year, the first 150,000 students will start their studies. It is planned to allocate nearly 30 billion rubles from the state budget until 2024 for the implementation of the project, according to TASS.
Earlier the Minister of Education said that by the end of 2024 & nbsp; sports clubs will open in all schools and nearly 6,000 swimming pools will come out.
In November, a kindergarten “ Tuskul & # 39; & # 39; was opened in the village of Krest-Kytyl in the Namskiy ulus of Yakutia for 240 places, built with the support of the national project “ Demography. & # 39; & # 39;
The three-story building has all the conditions necessary for the education and development of children, as well as for the maintenance of their health: a computer class, a music room and a gymnasium, a medical room, the offices of a speech therapist and a psychologist, a catering unit. There are walking and sports grounds in the yard. Particular attention is paid to security issues & ndash; CCTV and security systems are in operation, a fire alarm is installed.
A resident of the village Anna Shadrina is happy that kindergarten groups have appeared in the new kindergarten. She brought her youngest daughter to kindergarten, who is 1.5 years old, and explains: “Now parents will be able to send their child to kindergarten from an early age. For young moms who do not have the option of hiring a nanny or entrusting their child to grandparents, this is very important. Now we can go to work and realize ourselves in the trade. & # 39; & # 39;
Pupils from two preschools – “ Saryal & # 39; & # 39; will be moving to this kindergarten. and 'Kytylchaan', which are located in dilapidated wooden buildings.
“ Construction of the kindergarten started in June 2020. Then we were promised that the object would be in service by the end of 2021, and that promise has been kept, – said its leader Sargylana Indeeva. & ndash; Today is a happy day for us, because all the inhabitants of our village Krest-Kytyl were waiting for the opening of a new bright and spacious kindergarten building. I would like to thank the builders who, under the difficult conditions of the pandemic, completed the work on time. “
Photo courtesy of Kamyshin & # 39; s administration.
The emergence of a new kindergarten in the village & ndash; the event is very important. “ As long as kindergartens and schools are built in villages and estates, they will develop, & # 39; & # 39; the teacher explains its meaning.
In October, a new kindergarten was opened in the village of Aya, in the Altai Territory. The problem of preschool places, which was very acute here, has now been resolved. The kindergarten has 3 groups of 20 people for young children and one (10 people) for middle aged children. The new building has a room for physical education and music lessons, practical training rooms, speech therapy and methodological lessons, as well as a catering unit, its own boiler room with an autonomous diesel electric installation, with the help of which, in the event of an emergency stop, it will be supplied with electricity.
They brought a three month old baby
And in Kamyshin, Volgograd region, a new kindergarten accepts babies from the age of three months. The living conditions created for babies are almost the same as at home. And they have such a diet which is necessary at this age. 3-4 times a day sleep, walks, food & ndash; on a separate menu: mixes, cereals, mashed potatoes. There is also a storage room for strollers.
Kindergarten principal Esmira Sadikhova says that in June they brought to kindergarten, or rather & ndash; brought a stroller, a 3 month old baby. In addition to him there are two other children under & ndash; both 8 months old.
“ Of course babysitting and baby care is special, because at this age a little person needs extra attention. The educators do a great job, especially since there is always everything you need right at your fingertips & ndash; from pacifiers and diapers to a refrigerator and separate cribs, ”explains the manager.
Immediately after the Kindergarten opened in June of this year, all 140 seats were full. And now, in addition to the nursery, there are 6 groups working here.
“ Kamyshan, there are a lot of people who want to bring their children here. And this is justified, because our conditions are excellent, ”explains Esmira Sazhykhova.
Photo courtesy of Kamyshin & # 39; s administration.
Small reeds get used to it quickly and feel right at home. One of the most popular rooms & ndash; interactive cabinet. Here you can build a real volcano with sand with your own hands and wait for its eruption. The three-dimensional image is so colorful and lifelike that it's impossible to take your eyes off.
And there are also sensor modules & ndash; large tablets with games, tutorials and fun tasks. If the teacher fails to teach the child to distinguish between a circle and an oval in the traditional way, such multisystems come to the rescue. Everything is clear and simple.
The first Mi-8AMTSh-VN Sapsan special forces fire support helicopters entered the Russian army. Two contracts have been signed, the vehicles must enter the troops in & nbsp; during the years 2021 & nbsp; and 2022 & nbsp ;. AiF.ru has found out what is good about the new helicopters and what their purpose will be.
& nbsp; Objective
& nbsp; The modernized helicopter is capable of performing a wide range of special tasks: from transport and landing functions to special forces fire support. The helicopter will lead the group to the designated location and then, after landing, provide fire support to the group if required. It is a kind of flying chariot. Its use is more efficient, since fire support will be provided immediately.
& nbsp; Base
& nbsp; In a 'flying chariot' Heavily armed and armored turned Mi-8, it is the most massive helicopter in the world, which is in service with the Soviet and Russian armies of the sixties of the last century. With an increased combat load, the machine & nbsp; noticeably heavier. To compensate for the extra weight, the helicopter was fitted with a more powerful engine modification than the one fitted to the Mi-8AMTSh today.
& nbsp; Modernization
& nbsp; Taking into account the combat use experience of the Mi-8 in Syria, a deep modernization of the helicopter was carried out. Mi-8 & mdash; unique helicopter. If needed, you can make anything out of it, including a universal transport and combat helicopter, experts say.
Experts have increased the combat efficiency of the Mi-8ATMSh-VN by optimally combining the principle of a “glass cockpit”, reliable analog equipment and a digital autopilot.
& nbsp; In Afghanistan, after delivering soldiers to their destination, the Mi-8, as a rule, returned to the airfield. The landing was usually covered by a pair of Mi-24 helicopters, which were lined up in a “carousel”. The new helicopter has sufficient firepower, a large ammunition load and good transport capabilities to independently support the special forces.
& nbsp; The helicopter is capable of flying both in hot climates and in harsh conditions at high altitudes. The ability to work anytime of the day and in any weather for Sapsan enables the newest optoelectronic observation station GOES-321MK with a thermal imaging channel. Now these are installed on the Mi-35M shock. From him they will also take the OPS-24N-1L sighting and surveillance system with a laser missile guidance system. The new combat vehicle needs them to use its impressive arsenal of guided missiles.
& nbsp; All radio-electronic equipment is brought together by the on-board complex IBKV-17VP. The cockpit of the modernized Mi-8 is completely in & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; s glass & # 39; & # 39; with four large multifunctional indicators. The devices are suitable for use with night vision goggles.
& nbsp; To protect against portable anti-aircraft missile systems, it is planned to install an optical-electronic suppression station of the Vitebsk family. Optional equipment includes equipment for receiving and processing information from drones, an airborne radar station and warning equipment for radar exposure.
& nbsp; Arsenal
& nbsp; In the more heavily armed version, the helicopter will carry up to four Hermes at long range, up to eight attacks. or up to 2 tons of air bombs. One of the options for ammunition suspension involves the use of four modern short-range 'Verba' air-to-air missiles.
& nbsp; New Sapsan will be able to use the ATGM 9M120 “ Attack '' which have become common for attack helicopters in versions with highly explosive cumulative fragmentation and thermobaric warhead. Their range is around six kilometers.
& nbsp; In addition to guided missiles, the Mi-8AMTSh-VN will be equipped with a set of unguided rockets, large caliber machine guns, suspended containers with aircraft guns and automatic grenade launchers, such as usual for military transport vehicles. It will also be able to use aerial bombs with a caliber of 50 kg to 500 kg. & nbsp;
& nbsp; Protection
& nbsp; Cargo compartment “ Sapsan & # 39; & # 39; received quick detachable kevral armor, saving small arms. Production Mi-8AMTShs only protect pilots, rear machine gun mount, and vital systems. In the new modification, Special Forces were also covered in armor. The new version of the Mi-8 is equipped with the President-S defense complex: it detects and classifies missiles fired at the helicopter and, depending on their type, triggers thermal traps or interferes with the seeker.
& nbsp; Production
& nbsp; The Mil factory made the decision to proactively develop a helicopter for the Special Operations Forces (SSO) in 2017. In May 2018, development work under the name & # 39; 39; & # 39; Sapsan & # 39; & # 39; has been approved by the Ministry of Defense. More than 800 million rubles were immediately allocated for these purposes.
He said his plans for 2024 are to demonstrate the applications of quantum computing on real problems and to build a complete quantum computing stack. The task of 2030, according to him, is the commercialization of technologies and entry into the international market.
Parshin noted that maintaining technological leadership without the development of our own quantum technologies will be impossible over the next ten years.
Earlier it was reported that Cabinet had approved the establishment of the “ Quantum Valley '' Center in the Nizhny Novgorod region. There are plans to develop modern digital technologies based on the center, including quantum technologies and artificial intelligence. The establishment of the center will be financed from the regional budget and extra-budgetary funds. The implementation of the project will increase the production of science-intensive products, increasing their share in the total production.
The Law on Technological Valleys, adopted in Russia in 2017, provides for the creation of a network of centers that will be part of a unique innovation ecosystem. It is designed to bring the developments of scientists closer to the real needs of the economy and to stimulate the development of technologies.
The State Duma has passed a bill on second main reading that guarantees the possibility of remote participation in court hearings, reports TASS.
Changes are made to the Arbitration Code of Procedure, the Code of Civil Procedure and the Administrative Code of Judicial Procedures of the Russian Federation. Plaintiffs, defendants and all those involved in the process will be able to participate in the meetings through the web conferencing system, provided that they submit a corresponding request and there is a technical possibility in the courts.
The bill makes it possible to identify the participant in the meeting using computer means that ensure the identification of a person without their personal presence. The arbitral tribunal may refuse to use the remote format for a participant in the absence of technical feasibility or as part of a closed-door procedure.
On second reading , the document was amended. One of them provides that violators to order during the meeting or those who do not obey the president's legitimate orders, after a warning, may be expelled from the room or disconnected from the videoconference.
Earlier today, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation refused to remove the photo-fixing sign of traffic violations on the relevant request of ;a Russian.
State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin also spoke about the new laws that came into force in December. They concern the blocking of pyramid advertising sites, liability for the sale of unlabelled products and the limitation of greenhouse gas emissions.