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В результаті вчорашнього обстрілу Донецька, по вул. Новоросійська 15, загинув чоловік 1962 року народження, хто дасть коментарі на цю загибель???
ааа.......саме головне як вам новий сезон серіалу "Папік"????
На привеликий жаль, люди гинуть, а серіали снімаються!(
Вчорa поліцейські помітили біля річки чоловіка, який стояв обпершись нa поруччя тa тримaвся зa голову
Це сталосся близько 10-ї години у місті Кропивницькому.
Чоловік перебувaв у пригніченому стaні. Під чaс розмови із ТОРівціями громaдянин розповів, що хоче покінчити з життям.
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ECOVACS Launches DEEBOT T9 And DEEBOT N8 PRO Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Exclusively On Shopee - Geek Culture
ECOVACS launches two new robotic vacuum cleaners DEEBOT T9 and DEEBOT N8 PRO with improved features and functions on exclusively on Shopee.
ECOVACS will be launching two new robotic vacuum cleaners, the DEEBOT T9 and DEEBOT N8 PRO on their first ECOVACS ROBOTICS Brand Day on Shopee from 17 – 18 April. Upgraded with better features, technology and functions from their predecessors, both vacuum cleaners will be sold exclusively on Shopee. Yes, in case you haven’t noticed, South Korean actor Hyun Bin was recently announced as ECOVACS’ new brand ambassador. The DEEBOT T9 (S$729) is ECOVACS’ first model with 9-in-1 obstacle avoidance features with mopping functions and a built-in mobile air freshener. Accompanied with its TrueDetect 3D 2.0 obstacle detection and avoidance technology, the new vacuum promises to clean your homes without getting stuck. The DEEBOT N8 PRO (S$529) on the other hand comes with enhanced laser detection functions that help the robot plan a more precise and efficient cleaning route and includes an electronically-controlled water pump and water tank to allow for mopping and vacuuming at one go. The ECOVACS ROBOTICS Brand Day will offer exclusive deals that include:
- A S$20 Discount Voucher and gift pack with every purchase of the new DEEBOT T9 (S$689) or DEEBOT N8 PRO (S$499) at launch day prices.
- Enjoy up to 60% off on selected ECOVACS ROBOTICS products
- Limited-time S$20 vouchers.
Pink Supermoon: Watch Out For The Largest And Most Glowing Full Moon In 2021 - Korea Portal (English Edition)
April's full moon is going to be the largest and most glowing heavenly body in the sky for this year. Named as the "Pink Supermoon." It will appear as the first of only two supermoons you'll see in 2021.
Pink Supermoon: Watch Out for the Largest and Most Glowing Full Moon in 2021 April's full moon is going to be the largest and most glowing heavenly body in the sky for this year. Named as the "Pink Supermoon" it will appear as the first of only two supermoons you'll see in 2021. This unique sight happens when the moon approaches its nearest point to Earth in its orbit, with the next one coming about almost the same month later, this May 26. The idea of a "Super Moon" was established in 1979 by the astrologer, Richard Nolle. Technically, it means either a new or full moon that arises when it is 90% of perigee, its nearest progression to Earth. The Pink Supermoon will appear more radiant than a normal moon would. The Pink Supermoon may appear a bit bigger and more brilliant than usual. This event occurs when the full moon is also close to its nearest point to the Earth. The moon doesn't circumnavigate our planet in a perfect circle. That's why it's close to us sometimes. A majority of full moons got their names from Native American tribes, which generally gave them variations to moons according to the time of the year. It also depends on the weather's connection to the crop harvests. The Farmer's Almanac demonstrates that the Pink Supermoon is not its actual color. Instead, it's a reflection of the North American vibrant blooms of particular wildflowers commonly known as the creeping phlox, moss phlox, or moss pink. It is also known as the egg moon or full sprouting grass moon. NASA noted that the Pink Supermoon would be facing the sun on April 26 at 8:31 pm Pacific Time. In case you missed the magnificent sight, the moon will appear Sunday evening until Wednesday morning. The next full moon to brighten the sky is slated for May 26, which will be even more lucent than April's Pink Supermoon, but only a little. © 2021 Korea Portal, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Scoot flights from S'pore barred from landing in Hong Kong for 2 weeks after 2 Covid-19 cases detected - The Straits Times
Scoot's passenger service from Hong Kong to Singapore will not be affected.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
SINGAPORE - Budget carrier Scoot will not be allowed to fly passengers from Singapore to Hong Kong between April 16 and 29, after two passengers from one of its flights earlier this month were found to have Covid-19. Its temporary ban by the Hong Kong authorities follows that of parent carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA), which is currently unable to fly passengers to the Chinese territory till April 17. The Centre for Health Protection of the Department of Health in Hong Kong said in a statement on Thursday (April 15) that the Scoot flight TR980 flying into the city from Singapore on April 11 had two passengers confirmed to be infected with the Covid-19 virus. It also said that one other passenger on the flight failed to comply with health requirements. "The (Department of Health) thus invoked the regulation to prohibit landing of passenger flights from Singapore operated by Scoot in Hong Kong from April 16 to 29," it said. Scoot confirmed in a separate statement that it has been asked to suspend its daily passenger service from Singapore. It added that its passenger service from Hong Kong to Singapore will not be affected. Scoot said the two passengers flagged by the Hong Kong authorities were transfer passengers who had valid negative pre-departure Covid-19 test results. But they tested positive for the coronavirus on arrival in Hong Kong. A third transfer passenger on board the same flight also had negative pre-departure Covid-19 test results, and tested negative for the coronavirus in Hong Kong. "However, this passenger's test and travel visa supporting documents were found to not fully meet Hong Kong's regulatory requirements," Scoot added. Scoot said it will work with its ground handling agents to "reinforce our protocols and staff training in conducting document checks at our departure points" to ensure that its passengers comply with all regulatory requirements. "For affected passengers booked on TR980 departing from April 16 onward, Scoot will provide rebooking where possible or offer a full refund," said the carrier. "Scoot sincerely apologises to our customers for the inconvenience caused." The ban on Scoot flying into Hong Kong will start just as a similar ban on SIA ends. SIA had been banned earlier this month after one of its passengers tested positive for Covid-19. In addition, three other passengers on the same flight were found to have breached rules for entry to Hong Kong. All of the four travellers were transfer passengers. The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore said then that SIA had breached a trigger point set by Hong Kong, whereby airlines could face suspension. In an earlier update this month by the Hong Kong's Health Department, the territory has barred airlines from landing in the city 23 times since August last year. Both SIA and Scoot said in separate statements on Thursday that they will stop flying transfer passengers departing from Singapore to Hong Kong till further notice, due to new regulatory requirements in Hong Kong. SIA will stop doing so from April 17, while Scoot will stop doing so from April 30. Both carriers added that their services from Hong Kong to Singapore remain unaffected. Passengers flying from Hong Kong will also be allowed to transfer through Changi Airport en-route to their final destinations.