Politics

  • China has created its own space internet It is 5 times faster than Elon Musks Starlink

    China has created its own space internet. It is 5 times faster than Elon Musk’s Starlink

    (ORDO NEWS) — The first satellites have already been sent for launch from the local spaceport. As it became known, the Chinese startup GalaxySpace sent a batch of communication satellites to one of the spaceports. With their help, the company intends to deploy its own global satellite network. At its core, GalaxySpace plans to create an analogue of the Starlink space Internet. Only, unlike the Musk project, the Chinese want…

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  • Why did Julius Caesar invade Britain 1

    Why did Julius Caesar invade Britain?

    (ORDO NEWS) — When in 58 BC. e. Julius Caesar began his military campaign in Gaul, no one expected that in just two years he would conquer almost the entire region. At the news of the great victory of Caesar, the Senate, at the request of Crassus and Pompey, two triumvirs who were in the capital, announced two weeks of thanksgiving prayers and games. Caesar, despite the conquest and great…

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  • Cultural differences were found to be associated with the assessment of creativity

    Cultural differences were found to be associated with the assessment of creativity

    (ORDO NEWS) — The article was published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. Cultural characteristics determine how a person evaluates the result of the creative activity of other people. Through culture, people unconsciously assimilate ideas about creativity and creative activity. They, in turn, influence the appreciation of creative work. However, it is still unknown how cultural differences are manifested in the assessments of such works. To find out, Anatoly Kharkhurin…

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  • In the DPRK they are looking for a person who insulted Kim Jong un in an unusual way

    In the DPRK, they are looking for a person who insulted Kim Jong-un in an unusual way

    (ORDO NEWS) — A very indecent inscription appeared on one of the walls of an apartment building, which is an insult to the current ruler of North Korea. It was abandoned at a time when meetings of the Labor Party, which is currently ruling the country, were being held in Pyongyang. An unknown person in this inscription insulted Kim Jong-un, and also added that it was he who was the…

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  • China set national record for the number of space launches in 2021 significantly surpassing the United States

    China set national record for the number of space launches in 2021, significantly surpassing the United States

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the past year, the Celestial Empire carried out 55 launches of space rockets. This is significantly more than the indicators of Russia and the United States. China has increased its number of space launches by 40% over last year, setting a new national record. This was reported by TASS with reference to the Chinese Corporation of Aerospace Science and Technology . In total, Beijing carried out…

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  • China blames US for unsafe behavior in space

    China blames US for unsafe behavior in space

    (ORDO NEWS) — On Tuesday, Beijing accused the United States of irresponsible and unsafe behavior in space in connection with two “encounters” between the Chinese space station and satellites operated by Elon Musk’s SpaceX. China’s new Tiangong space station had to maneuver to avoid collisions with one Starlink satellite in July and another in October, according to a report presented by Beijing to the UN this month. The report said…

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  • US military creates a program that predicts Chinas political reaction

    US military creates a program that predicts China’s political reaction

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Indo-Pacific Command of the US Armed Forces pioneered the creation of software that allows predicting the reaction of the Chinese authorities to American actions in the region: sales of military goods, military activity, and even visits of congressmen to “hot spots” like Taiwan. The new tool was introduced to US Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks during her visit to the regional command at the headquarters…

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  • Virologist declared the artificial origin of the omicron

    Virologist declared the artificial origin of the omicron

    (ORDO NEWS) — Virologist, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Pyotr Chumakov said on the air of Radio Russia that the rapidly spreading omicron strain of coronavirus could have been created artificially. In his opinion, the subvariant of the infection was deliberately made “super-weakened”. The virologist saw in the DNA chain of the South African strain a set of mutations that are characteristic of the previous strains. “Now…

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  • Adrians Wall was found not guilty of the division of England and Scotland 2

    Adrian’s Wall was found not guilty of the division of England and Scotland

    (ORDO NEWS) — The peoples who inhabited the south and north of the British Isle were culturally different long before the Romans arrived. There is an opinion that once the whole island, later called Great Britain, was inhabited by friendly and kindred tribes. But then the Romans conquered half of the island, divided it, established their own orders in the southern part and kept the defense from the representatives of…

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  • VLT telescope reveals closest pair of supermassive black holes known to science

    VLT telescope reveals closest pair of supermassive black holes known to science

    (ORDO NEWS) — Using the ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have discovered the closest pair of supermassive black holes (SMBHs) ever observed in the history of science. In addition, the distance between these two SMBHs is unprecedentedly small in the entire history of space observations, and ultimately the two black holes will merge into one. Karina Vogel (KT Vogel) and her team were able to determine the masses of…

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  • WhatsApp sends data to special services every 15 minutes

    WhatsApp sends data to special services every 15 minutes

    (ORDO NEWS) — The WhatsApp messenger transmits the FBI, at the request of the department, metadata about the actions of the account with a delay of 15 minutes, according to a document published by the Property of the People organization. Intelligence officers receive information about the messages of the iPhone user in WhatsApp if the messenger archive is saved in iCloud. In addition, by a court decision or in the…

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  • Europe itself is to blame for the gas crisis

    Europe itself is to blame for the gas crisis

    (ORDO NEWS) — There are many reasons for the energy crisis in Europe. But the key factors are the arrogance of the EU with its green policy and the energy poker played by the adamant Russia, the author is sure. He gives examples of how exactly Europe has hurt itself, writes Forbes. Europe has found itself in the grip of an unprecedented energy crisis. Some say that if this problem…

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  • Russia strengthens its fleet and promises not to intervene in the Afghan crisis

    Russia strengthens its fleet and promises not to intervene in the Afghan crisis

    (ORDO NEWS) — Vladimir Putin stepped up efforts to modernize the Russian fleet by launching the construction of new nuclear submarines. On Monday, Putin ordered the construction of two nuclear submarines, armed with ICBMs, along with other warships in an attempt to equip the country with “the latest weapons” and build a “powerful and balanced fleet.” During the video call, the president also praised two diesel submarines and two corvettes,…

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  • Secret meeting between CIA Director Burns and Taliban leader Baradar in Kabul

    Secret meeting between CIA director and Taliban in Kabul

    (ORDO NEWS) — The head of the CIA held a secret meeting in Kabul with the de facto leader of the Taliban Abdul Ghani Baradar. Although the topic of the talks is not disclosed, according to experts, it is about an attempt by NATO countries to increase the terms of evacuation of military and civilians from Afghanistan, writes The Washington Post. On Monday, CIA Director William J. Burns held a…

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  • US violated the principles of the art of war wPolityce

    US violated the principles of the art of war ?

    (ORDO NEWS) — During the withdrawal of troops, the Americans made all the mistakes that could be, said the Polish general, who knows firsthand about the situation in Afghanistan. He is critical not only of the actions of the United States in this country, but also of the position of NATO, and also explains what awaits Europe as a result of the victory of the Taliban. Interview with the former commander…

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  • Kim Jong Un

    Kim Jong Un has a patch and a green spot on his head

    (ORDO NEWS) — Journalists noticed a plaster on the head of the North Korean leader and now believe that he may be seriously ill. Kim Jong Un has also lost a lot of weight recently. It is worth noting that this is far from the first information regarding the illness of the DPRK leader, but there is still no confirmation of this. It is reported by NK News. The politician…

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  • By insisting on more oil production the US is in breach of its climate protection commitments

    By insisting on more oil production, the US is in breach of its climate protection commitments

    (ORDO NEWS) — When the calls of the “exclusive nation” to all other countries of the world “to give up oil and coal in order to save the world from Global Warming”, which the United States itself invented and promotes to the masses, but which they themselves do not consider it necessary to carry out, the world media begins to tear the “roof off” and this can be seen in…

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  • Olympic Games

    What is the message of the Olympic Games today?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Not a single Olympic tournament, with the exception of wartime, has faced such serious issues as the current one writes Advance, Croatia. I tried covid-19. Plus, the games have been rife with nationalism, commercialism, and political maneuvering in recent years. What is the message of the Olympics today? Thousands of athletes, journalists and spectators came to the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm on 6 July 1912 to watch…

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  • Controversial Pegasus tip of the iceberg of Israeli espionage

    Controversial Pegasus – tip of the iceberg of Israeli espionage

    (ORDO NEWS) — As a result of the international spyware scandal Pegasus, Israel has unexpectedly pushed other states in the ranking of the “worst countries in the world.” According to the Al-Quds Al-Arabi, UK, Pegasus is just the tip of the iceberg. Israel has been successfully spying on spies for a long time, and spying develops into persecution, repression and premeditated killings. The Israeli government has decided to create a…

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  • Biden is encouraging Europe but whats next

    Biden is encouraging Europe, but what’s next?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — While recovering from Trump’s trauma, Europe will welcome Biden’s warm words, but hot topics remain: from China and Russia to trade disputes, vaccine diplomacy and the transition to a carbon-neutral economy, the author notes. Europeans know that invisible price tags are attached to Biden’s policies. Alertness also persists. Four years ago, Donald Trump traumatized European leaders by welcoming Brexit and dethroning NATO, declaring the alliance…

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  • Kamala Harris refused migrants

    Kamala Harris refused migrants

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — With the arrival of the Biden administration in the White House, the United States is tightening its migration policy. Thus, US Vice President Kamala Harris, who visited Guatemala, gave a “clear signal” to the residents of this country, suffering from poverty and rampant banditry and wanting to move to much more prosperous, in their opinion, States: we are not waiting for you. On Monday, June…

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  • Biden administration

    US ambassador and other hawks fear Biden will succumb to Putin in Geneva

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — CNN’s article undermines the belief that a Putin-Biden summit could change anything. As before the summits with Trump, the Russophobic US media will mock about the “danger” of concessions from the US leader to the insidious Putin. Biden, like Trump before, is already beginning to be portrayed as Russophile dupe, although the aging leader has not apologized for the “killer” and promises to “show strength”…

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    North Korean leader bans Chinese medicines after death of one of the officials

    (ORDO NEWS) — Kim Jong-un again made a radical decision. The supreme leader of the DPRK has banned the use of Chinese medicines in the country. The reason for this was the death of a high-ranking official who passed away shortly after being injected with a Chinese drug. Reported by The Epoch Time. In early May, one of the officials was being treated at a university hospital in Pyongyang, the…

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  • The mayor of the Swedish city left politics to work on a garbage truck 1

    The mayor of the Swedish city left politics to work on a garbage truck

    (ORDO NEWS) — Ann-Sofie Hermansson was mayor of Gothenburg from 2016 to 2018. It is the second largest city in Sweden. She could not be re-elected for a second term and decided to leave for an unusual job for the ex-mayor. Thus, Anne shattered many stereotypes and won even more love from people. Reported by Squeekly. Ann-Sophie became a garbage truck driver. She received the license to drive large loads…

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  • Erdogan to Putin Israel needs to be taught a lesson

    Erdogan to Putin Israel needs to be taught a lesson

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) —  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday that the international community should “teach Israel a strong lesson in deterrence” as punishment for excessive Palestinian rocket attacks, Breitbart reported. The Turkish President’s Liaison Office said the two leaders spoke on the phone about the escalation of the conflict. The statement said that Erdogan stressed the need for “the international community to…

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  • Biden faces difficult tests due to Russias position on border crossings in Syria

    Biden faces difficult tests due to Russia’s position in Syria

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The American media continue to be the propaganda mouthpiece of Washington’s policy on interfering in the internal affairs of Syria. Thus, the attempts of Russia and the government of Bashar al-Assad to prevent the illegal penetration of various goods into Syria under the guise of “humanitarian convoys” are met with fierce criticism in the material of The Wall Street Journal. The Biden administration prepares to…

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  • Is Netanyahu Bombing Gaza for Personal Purposes

    Is Netanyahu bombing Gaza for personal purposes?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The escalation of the conflict between Israel and Palestine is causing concern throughout the world. The UN has declared that the parties are moving towards full-scale war and is calling for peace. Turkey sided with the Palestinians, accusing Netanyahu of illegal actions and the death of civilians in the Gaza Strip. What will Ankara do? Turkish experts are answering this question. Experts, in an interview…

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  • Joe Bidens bizarre photo has resonated on the internet

    Joe Biden’s bizarre photo has resonated on the internet

    (ORDO NEWS) — A strange photo of the 46th President of America Joe Biden with his wife and Jimmy Carter caused heated discussions among users of social networks. Why are people so ambiguous about the photo and what is suspicious about it? It is reported by the BBC. The photo shows the 39th President of the United States Jimmy Carter with his wife Rozalin and Joe Biden with his wife…

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  • Merkel urges WHO to review Chinese vaccines against COVID 19

    Merkel urges WHO to review Chinese vaccines against COVID-19

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel has asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to consider transparently the new coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines developed by China. “The pandemic has caused many deaths. Societies and economies face a great challenge. We can control the pandemic only through joint efforts. China and Germany can play important roles here,” Merkel said in an online consultative meeting between German and Chinese governments. Stressing…

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  • Israeli army drone crashes in Gaza

    Israeli army drone crashes in Gaza

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Israeli army stressed that one of its drones crashed in northern Gaza during a routine operation in the area. Avichay Adraee, spokesman for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), confirmed the news in a Twitter statement, adding that there was “no concern about information leaks” from the drone. Meanwhile, a source from one of the resistance groups in Gaza who spoke to AA on condition…

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  • Japanese vehicle manufacturer will help India in the fight against COVID 19

    Japanese vehicle manufacturer will help India in the fight against COVID-19

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Japanese vehicle giant Suzuki announced today that it will start supplying oxygen to help India in the fight against COVID-19. The vehicle manufacturer will cut production at 3 factories in India starting May 1 to 9 to make available the oxygen which is used in the manufacturing process for coronavirus patients, Kyodo News reported. Oxygen is used for welding and other processes in vehicle manufacturing.…

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  • NATO Withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan has begun

    NATO: Withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan has begun

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — NATO has begun withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, officials confirmed. “NATO allies decided in mid-April to begin withdrawing the Deployed Support Mission forces by May 1, and that withdrawal has begun,” a NATO official told AA on condition of anonymity. The official underlined that the withdrawal would be “a regular, coordinated and deliberate process” as agreed by the allies. “We plan to complete our withdrawal within…

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  • China refining continues in the Yellow Sea after the oil spill

    China, refining continues in the Yellow Sea after the oil spill

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Rescue and clean-up operations are still ongoing in the Yellow Sea after a tanker and a cargo ship collided earlier this week along China’s northeast coast. The Shandong Regional Maritime Safety Administration (SAA) said at least 400 tonnes of oil spilled when the large cargo ship Sea Justice hit the Liberian ship A Symphony near Qingdao port on Tuesday. The oil spread over an area…

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