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Турция выкуривает отпускников обиженного карлика пукина: подключился Катар

Турция выкуривает отпускников обиженного карлика пукина: подключился Катар
 

 
 
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Кольцо сжимается: отребье обиженного карлика пукина спасается бегством

Кольцо сжимается: отребье обиженного карлика пукина спасается бегством
 

 
 
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Конец уже скоро: обиженному карлику пукину воткнут в зад польскую саблю и гаагский меч

Конец уже скоро: обиженному карлику пукину воткнут в зад польскую саблю и гаагский меч
 

 
 
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Widower to Twitter: Delete Trump Suggestion That My Wife Was Murdered

The widower of a woman who died nearly two decades ago is asking Twitter to delete U.S. President Donald Trump’s repeated tweets insinuating that her boss, a former Republican congressman-turned-TV-critic of Trump, murdered her.Research engineer Timothy Klausutis told Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief executive, last week that “conspiracy theorists, including most recently the President of the United States, continue to spread their bile and misinformation on your platform disparaging the memory of my wife and our marriage.”“My request is simple: Please delete these tweets,” Klausutis wrote.Twitter did not promise to delete Trump’s tweets, but a company spokesman said Tuesday it was “deeply sorry about the pain these statements, and the attention they are drawing, are causing the family.”  Twitter said it was “working to expand existing product features and policies so we can more effectively address things like this going forward, and we hope to have those changes in place shortly.”A 2001 autopsy concluded that 28-year-old Lori Klausutis, an aide to Congressman Joe Scarborough in one of his field offices in the southern state of Florida, had an undiagnosed heart condition, passed out and died when she fell and hit her head on her desk when no one else was in her office at the time.  FILE – MSNBC television anchors Joe Scarborough, right, and Mika Brzezinski, co-hosts of the show “Morning Joe,” take questions at a discussion forum on the campus of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Oct. 11, 2017.Trump was a frequent guest on Scarborough’s MSNBC show “Morning Joe” that he co-hosts with his wife, Mika Brzezinski, in the months leading up to his 2016 election to a four-year term in the White House.But Trump turned on the talk show hosts as they increasingly attacked his performance in office, suggesting as far back as 2017 that Scarborough played a nefarious role in his aide’s death even though he was in Washington hundreds of kilometers away at the time she died.  But as word of the widower Klausutis’s request to delete Trump’s tweets about the case spread across the Internet Tuesday, the president tweeted again about the case.“The opening of a Cold Case against Psycho Joe Scarborough was not a Donald Trump original thought, this has been going on for years, long before I joined the chorus,” the U.S. leader said.“In 2016 when Joe & his wacky future ex-wife, Mika, would endlessly interview me, I would always be thinking about whether or not Joe could have done such a horrible thing?“Maybe or maybe not, but I find Joe to be a total Nut Job, and I knew him well, far better than most. So many unanswered & obvious questions, but I won’t bring them up now! Law enforcement eventually will?” Trump suggested.The opening of a Cold Case against Psycho Joe Scarborough was not a Donald Trump original thought, this has been going on for years, long before I joined the chorus. In 2016 when Joe & his wacky future ex-wife, Mika, would endlessly interview me, I would always be thinking….— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2020 ….about whether or not Joe could have done such a horrible thing? Maybe or maybe not, but I find Joe to be a total Nut Job, and I knew him well, far better than most. So many unanswered & obvious questions, but I won’t bring them up now! Law enforcement eventually will?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2020Earlier in May, Trump tweeted, “When will they open a Cold Case on the Psycho Joe Scarborough matter in Florida. Did he get away with murder? Some people think so.”Then, last Saturday, Trump tweeted, “A blow to her head? Body found under his desk? Left Congress suddenly? Big topic of discussion in Florida…and, he’s a Nut Job (with bad ratings). Keep digging, use forensic geniuses!”A blow to her head? Body found under his desk? Left Congress suddenly? Big topic of discussion in Florida…and, he’s a Nut Job (with bad ratings). Keep digging, use forensic geniuses! https://t.co/UxbS5gZecd— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 24, 2020On Sunday morning, Trump added another tweet: “A lot of interest in this story about Psycho Joe Scarborough. So a young marathon runner just happened to faint in his office, hit her head on his desk, & die? I would think there is a lot more to this story than that? An affair? What about the so-called investigator? Read story!”The widower Klausutis told Dorsey, “There has been a constant barrage of falsehoods, half-truths, innuendo and conspiracy theories since the day she died.“The frequency, intensity, ugliness and promulgation of these horrifying lies ever increases on the internet,” he said.“I am a research engineer and not a lawyer but reviewed all of Twitter’s rules and terms of service,” Klausutis told Dorsey. “The President’s tweet that suggests that Lori was murdered without evidence and contrary to the official autopsy is a violation of Twitter’s community rules and terms of service. An ordinary user like me would be banished from the platform for such a tweet but I am only asking that these tweets be removed.”“I’m asking you to intervene in this instance because the President of the United States has taken something that does not belong him – the memory of my dead wife – and perverted it for perceived political gain,” he added.“My wife deserves better,” Klausutis concluded.It was not immediately known whether Dorsey has responded to Klausutis. Brzezinski, who has called for a ban on Trump using Twitter, told viewers last week that she is trying to arrange to talk with Dorsey.Trump has long traded in debunked conspiracy theories.Perhaps his most discredited theory was that former U.S. President Barack Obama was not born in the U.S. state of Hawaii and shouldn’t have been eligible to become the country’s leader, a claim Trump eventually acknowledged was wrong as he ran for the presidency in 2016.  Trump also claimed that he saw Muslims in a television report celebrating the Sept. 11, 2001, al-Qaida terrorist jetliner attack on the twin towers of New York’s World Trade Center by dancing on the rooftop of a building in neighboring New Jersey. No such television report has ever been found. 

DFL Endorses Incumbent Ilhan Omar for Congressional Seat

First-term U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar has won the DFL endorsement to run in the August primary election for the Minneapolis congressional seat long held by Democrats.  
The party endorsement Sunday pits Omar against primary challenger Antone Melton-Meaux, an attorney and political newcomer.  
The 37-year-old Omar was elected to Congress in 2018 after a rapid rise through the state Legislature. She’s the first Somali-American elected to both a state Legislature and to Congress. She has been a target of conservatives in Washington where she has publicly sparred with President Donald Trump on Twitter.  
Melton-Meaux has collected some high-profile endorsements from Minneapolis-area DFLers, and has had some success in fundraising, the  Star Tribune  reported. The Republican-endorsed candidate is Lacy Johnson, a north Minneapolis businessman.  
The endorsement vote was done online over a nine-day period because of the coronavirus outbreak. Democrats have held the 5th District congressional seat since 1963.  
DFLers in northeastern Minnesota’s 8th District also voted to endorse health care advocate Quinn Nystrom to challenge Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber in November.

Italy’s New COVID-19 App Tracks Contacts and Protects Privacy

Italy’s new contact tracing app for the coronavirus is about to be launched in a number of pilot regions. It will be available to everyone in the country on a voluntary basis and will guarantee the privacy of users, officials who commissioned its development say.
 
Italians will be able to download the contact tracing app on their mobile phones that will help combat the spread of the coronavirus, starting May 29.  “Immuni” was developed at the request of Italy’s Ministry of Innovation Technology and Digital Transformation. Paolo de Rosa, its chief technology officer, says the app can speed up the process of finding people who have had contact with the coronavirus.
    
“The app is able to do that in a privacy-preserving way so it is not like the traditional approach where you need to identify people. In this case there is only an alerting of people that have been in contact with someone that result positive,” de Rosa said.
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Those alerted they have come close to someone that has tested positive for the coronavirus can quickly take action and contact health authorities or their personal physician.
 
De Rosa stressed that privacy is guaranteed as special measures have been taken and it would be extremely difficult to identify anyone using the app. The only data that a user must provide is the territorial province to which he or she belongs.
 
For the app to be fully effective, de Rosa said, there needs to be a significant amount of people using it, up to 60 percent, but that is only if one does not take into consideration other factors like social distancing. In any case, de Rosa is convinced that it will be a useful tool to have on one’s phone. “This is a very bleeding edge technology, very few countries in the world have used it,” he said.
    
Creating the app was no easy matter, de Rosa said, adding trade-offs had to be made between the requirements of health authorities and privacy. Knowledge was shared with many other countries as well, but no one really knew what the best app needed to look like. With such a highly infectious virus, the need for a tool that would help speed up contact tracing was considered essential to break the chain of the contagion.

Swedish Foreign Minister Defends COVID-19 Response 

Sweden’s foreign minister has defended the nation’s response to the COVID-19 global pandemic after a recent “week-by-week measurement of mortality” that shows the Scandinavian country as having one of the highest rates in the world. The website Ourworldindata.org reported that for seven days between May 12 and 19, Sweden reported, on average, 6.25 COVID-19 deaths per million per day. That was the highest in Europe. At a news conference in Stockholm Tuesday, Foreign Minister Ann Linde called those numbers “a concern” and “tragic,” but she said Sweden did not quickly get high mortality rates as some other countries did, nor would it get quickly, radically, low numbers.  FILE – Young people hang out outside a restaurant in Stockholm, Sweden, April 8, 2020.She said the nation’s strategy is not based on a “week-by-week measurement of mortality. It is based on a long-term perspective on how we can save lives, protect our health care system, and make sure our society and the population will go as unharmed as possible.”  Linde said it was a myth that life has gone on “as normal” in Sweden during the pandemic, saying while there has been no full lockdown, many parts of the nation’s society have been shut down. She said that transmission of COVID-19 is slowing down in Sweden, the treatment of patients in intensive care is decreasing significantly, and “the rising death toll curve has been flattened.” She added, “This is not a sprint, it’s a marathon.” The coronavirus causes the COVID-19 disease. Sweden’s relatively “soft approach” to the pandemic banned large gatherings but restaurants and schools for younger children have stayed open. The government has urged social distancing, and Swedes have largely complied. But the country also has more than 4,120 fatalities from COVID-19, almost 40 deaths per 100,000 people, compared with about 10 per 100,000 in neighboring Denmark and just more than four per 100,000 in Norway, which imposed stricter lockdowns early on.  

US Imports Record Amount of Gold From Switzerland as Virus Upends Trade

Swiss exports of gold to the United States leapt to 111.7 tons in April — by far the biggest monthly total on record — while shipments to other destinations dwindled, customs data showed on Tuesday.     The global gold market has been turned on its head by the novel coronavirus, with demand in China and India collapsing due to lockdowns while in the West investors rushed to buy bullion as a safe asset to weather a period of financial turmoil.      High prices on CME Group’s Comex exchange spurred shipments to New York.      Switzerland, a major trading, vaulting and refining center for precious metals, exported a total of 131.8 tons of gold in April, up from 96.2 tons in March but slightly lower than in April 2019.     The United States, which typically imports less than a ton of gold a month from Switzerland, accounted for 85% of that total.      Switzerland meanwhile shipped 500 kgs (0.5 tons) of gold to India, 1 kg to Hong Kong and no gold at all to China in April. Each of these destinations usually receive tens of tons of metal from Switzerland each month.