А що сьогодні було на броварському просп Київ
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Сирашна аварія на Броварському проспекті.
Жесть. Не зовсім зрозуміло що сталося, але одна машина перевернута, а інша дуже сильно постраждала.
Сподіваємося, що всі вижили. Наразі жодної інформації не знайшов
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Сегодня 6 ноября писатель и сатирик Михаил Жванецкий
Смерть пришла 87-м году жизни.
В октябре этого года Жванецкий прекратил концертную деятельность. Тогда его представители сообщали, что артист перестал выступать, поскольку это ему уже было не под силу.
Жванецкий родился 6 марта 1934 года в Одессе, в 1963 году его произведения вошли в репертуар Ленинградского театра миниатюр, который возглавлял Аркадий Райкин. За время работы в театре Жванецкий написал более трехсот миниатюр и монологов, позже самостоятельно выступал в Одесской филармонии и московском театре "Эрмитаж".
Причина смерти пока неизвестна.
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Тролейбуси з білоруської партії екологічно чистого транспорту доставлені до Кременчука
Сьогодні нові тролейбуси проходять технічне налаштування та обкатку. Вже за короткий проміжок часу ними буде підсилено транспортні маршрути міста з найбільшим навантаженням.
Розпочали роботи на ще одній ділянці на обході Решетилівки. Протяжність цього обходу становитиме майже 14 км
“Його будівництво сприятиме підвищенню рівня безпеки, скороченню часу, проведеного в дорозі, зменшенню кількості ДТП, зручності руху, зниженню кількості викидів забруднюючих речовин”.
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WE RETURNED TO SHUSHA!!! ??
Shusha, the beating heart of Karabakh, the cradle of Azerbaijani music, was occupied by Armenia on May 8, 1992. Hundreds of historical monuments in the city have been insulted and destroyed. The enemy was advancing towards Shusha, destroying the villages of Meshali, Karkijahan, Malibeyli, Gushchular, Khojaly settlement. But no one believed that Shusha would collapse. On the day of the occupation of Shusha, it was a great blow to the minds of the Azerbaijani people, a catastrophe that bleeds in our hearts, a constant wound. Cultural and educational centers, museums, libraries, schools, medical centers, historical monuments - all this was destroyed by Armenian vandals. Valuable exhibits of Shusha museums, including paintings and sculptures, ancient carpets, important documents and other valuable materials were taken to Armenia.The house of prominent Azerbaijani poet of the 19th century Khurshidbanu Natava was set on fire, the Govharaga mosque, a pearl of Oriental architecture and a symbol of Shusha, was destroyed, and the house-museums of great Azerbaijani musicians Uzeyir Hajibeyli and Bulbul were destroyed.Shusha was a mountainous climatic resort located 373 kilometers from Baku, on a wide plateau at an altitude of 1400-1500 meters above sea level. There are deposits of construction materials and mineral springs (Turshsu and Shirlan) in its territory. Shusha was not only a paradise, but also a strategically important impregnable fortress.Panahali khan Sarijali-Javanshir was the founder of this unique and mysterious city. After the death of Nadir Shah, Panahali Bey, who declared himself khan in 1747, decided to build a fortress to protect the Karabakh khanate from enemy attack. In 1750, he laid the foundation of a new fortress on the ruins of a very ancient fortress, once surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides in the most beautiful corner of Karabakh, and built defensive walls, buildings and a palace.
After the death of Panahali khan, Ibrahimkhalil khan (1763-1866), one of the great statesmen of his time, came to the throne. During his reign, the power of the Karabakh khanate flourished. Both Panahali khan and Ibrahimkhalil khan built Shusha in accordance with the most beautiful traditions of ancient and medieval architecture. The city was initially divided into 17 neighborhoods: Big Wolves, Small Wolves, Seyidli, Julfalar, Taza neighborhood, Hamamgabagi, Demirchiler, Kuyulug, Khojamirjanli, Mamayi, Saatli, Kocharli, Mardinli, Cholgala, Haji Yusifli, Chukhur neighborhood and Agadadali. Each neighborhood had its own bath, mosque, and fountain. There were 300 historical monuments of Shusha, including 23 national and world monuments, 550 ancient residential buildings, 870-meter-long fortified walls. Most of these monuments date back to the XVIII-XIX centuries. Every house, every street, the magnificent castle walls, mosques, high minarets were a chronicle of our past. In the 19th century, 12 more neighborhoods were built in the mountainous area in the western part of the city, thus forming the image of the city.In the southern part of the city there is a high horizontal plain. It is called the Racecourse. In the early days of Russian rule, Shusha maintained its importance as the capital of Karabakh. Russia did not like a strong Karabakh khanate. Tsarist officials plotted to weaken him. they began to relocate homeless Armenians to Karabakh, especially to Shusha.
During the Second Russian-Iranian War, 18,000 Armenian families were relocated from Iran to Azerbaijan, including Karabakh. According to the Turkmenchay Treaty, thousands of Armenians were resettled in the South Caucasus in just two years - in 1828-1830. Armenians have been allocated more than 200,000 desiates of the best lands of Ganja and Yerevan provinces.In the twentieth century,
Shusha fell victim to the insidious plans of the Armenians three times. The city was occupied and burned in 1905-1907, and in 1920 most of it was destroyed. In May 1992, it was completely occupied.During the occupation of Shusha, which covers 289 square kilometers, 480 civilians were killed, 600 were injured, including 150 disabled, 552 children were orphaned, 68 civilians were taken hostage or missing, and more than 25,000 were displaced. Hundreds of historical monuments of the city were insulted. The enemy did not even honor the memory of Uzeyir Hajibeyli, Bulbul and Natava, the luminaries of Azerbaijani music and literature, whose bullet-riddled monuments were later brought to Baku.
It is currently housed in the garden of the National Museum of Art under the name "Shot Statues".Today is a historic day in Azerbaijan. The city of Shusha, the heart of Karabakh, which has been occupied by Armenian vandals for 28 years, has been liberated. November 8, 2020 entered the glorious pages of Azerbaijan as a historic victory.
Jaden Smith Reveals Why He Wore An Oxygen Mask To Kendall’s Bday Party After Facing Backlash For It
HollywoodlifeNov 3, 2020Read original
Jaden Smith’s oxygen mask Halloween costume wasn’t a hit with social media critics, who called the singer ‘insensitive’ amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. He seemed to explain the reason behind his costume choice on Instagram on Nov. 2.
Jaden Smith appeared to respond to backlash about his Halloween costume, which he wore to friend Kendall Jenner ‘s 25th birthday party on Saturday night. The rapper, 22, showed up to the star-studded Halloween bash in a dark suit jacket with a white undershirt. But, it was his oxygen mask accessory that angered fans when photos from the party surfaced on social media. In one snap, Jaden’s pictured posing with the mask in-between Justin Bieber and Harry Hudson with a glass of wine in front of him.
Jaden later revealed on Instagram that his costume was a portrayal of John David Washington ‘s character from the newly-released filmTenet. “We Live In A Twilight World,” he captioned a photo from the Christopher Nolan film that showed Washington’s character wearing the oxygen mask. Washington even commented on the photo with two emojis of prayer hands and a wide-eyed face.
While Jaden didn’t directly address the backlash about his costume, he seemed to clarified the meaning behind his oxygen mask. However, social media users continue to share their disdain over Jaden’s costume — with many citing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic .
“Disappointed that @jaden decided to be patient with an oxygen mask!,” one Twitter user wrote , asking, “Is that a joke!!!” because “people are out here dying! People losing loved ones including me and you got jokes! SMH!!!”
Another critic had similar comments: “Wearing an oxygen mask in a party? What you trying to prove?,” the Twitter user wrote. “Hope you don’t experience what 1.2 million people worldwide experience.. they truly did have a hard time breathing due to Covid19 and died leaving their families behind… insensitive, ignorant and self centered.”
While many shared their disappointed for Jaden’s actions, some defended the singer and slammed Kendall for throwing a party amidst the global health crisis.
“Can you please explain to me why it’s even a topic of discussion of Jaden Smith wearing an oxygen mask?,” one person wrote, explaining, “At least he’s wearing something over his mouth unlike the other kids in the picture [Bieber and Hudson].”
Photos revealing the humble beginning of Tracey Boakye when she was leaving in a ‘single room’ in Kumasi
GhbaseNov 7, 2020Read original
The humble beginnings of actress turned social media vixen Tracey Boakye has popped up revealing how she used to live in a single room at Atonsu in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
Tracey Boakye has become very loud in recent times and her social media outbursts kind of paint a rather perfect picture of who she was and how far she has come.
She usually brags about her singular and unaided effort at purchasing her $1M house at the plush East Legon area here in Accra.
Well, she may have acquired some wealth now which has in some way given her the boldness to talk and reply anything and anyone who offends her in one way or the other.
But, what you see of Tracey Boakye now is not really how it started. She may look lavish, exquisite and eye-catching now but she does come from a very humble background.
Photos coming out reveal how she used to stay in a single room in Kumasi and the kind of life she used to live which actually reflected in the way she posed for her photos and the attire she wore.
Everybody started from somewhere but the reason why Tracey Boakye’s own has garnered attention is the way she carries herself about as though she comes from a wealthy home.
That should humble her. Perhaps, Ghanaians still do not understand her.