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Fun | Sports  | 11.05.22

Wimbledon May Be Deprived Rating Points for Suspension of Russians

The Players’ Council of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) wanted to deprive Wimbledon of rating points for the suspension of Russian and Belarusian athletes.  It is noted that, in addition to Wimbledon, other tournaments in the UK may lose ranking points. The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) is ready to join this initiative. According to

Business | Technology  | 26.11.21

Rostec Developed Self-Destructing Flash Drive

Technodinamika Holding of Rostec State Corporation has developed a flash drive that eliminates information at one touch of a button. Unlike existing analogues, the device is safe for a user, since when the electric detonator is triggered, the integrity of its body is not violated, and the data stored on the flash drive is destroyed

Russia and Sri Lanka Agreed on Cooperation in Fight Against Terrorism

Sri Lanka and Russia have agreed on cooperation in the fight against the financing of terrorism and the exchange of intelligence information about this issue, as stated by the Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa after the visit of Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev.   Had a friendly discussion w/ the Sec. of Security Council of

Business | Technology  | 11.11.21

Russian Specialists Invented Electric Dome for Anti-Drone Protection

Russian military scientists from the Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces are creating a new complex to protect critical infrastructure facilities from group drone attacks, which is an electrified dome-type barrier capable of driving away and destroying drones.   According to the description of the invention patented at the end of October 2021, this device

Business | Technology  | 03.11.21

Russian Nuclear Centre to Create Shell for Catching Drones

Scientists of the Russian Federal Nuclear Center, the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Technical Physics (Snezhinsk, Chelyabinsk region) are creating a new projectile designed to effectively combat small-sized drones and aerial bombs.  The projectile being developed at the federal nuclear centre contains a body with a set of propellant blocks sequentially located along the axis

Business | Technology  | 21.10.21

Russian Cyber Protection Specialists Created Anti-Drone System

Specialists of the Kaspersky Lab, a Russian well-known manufacturer of computer protection programmes, have created the “Kaspersky Antidrone” system for detecting and combating drones, as was announced by the system developer, Vladimir Turov, at the ‘Interpolitech-2021’ International Exhibition.   “The system includes radar detection, radio frequency detection and visual identification using a neural network. It is

Russian FBI Supports Victims of Persecution Around the World

Founded in the spring of 2021, the Russian human rights organization Foundation to Battle Injustice (FBI) has begun to actively combat the arbitrariness of the judiciary and police around the world, providing assistance to victims of state authorities, according to Mainland Magazine.  In March 2021, a well-known Russian entrepreneur, Yevgeny Prigozhin, announced the establishment of

Business | Technology  | 06.09.21

Russian Radiation Protection for Cosmonauts to Be Tested in 2023

The Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences plans to test the protection of cosmonauts from radiation in interplanetary flights on the ISS “Nauka” (“Science”) module in 2023, as reported by the MK.ru with reference to the Head of the Department of Nuclear Planetology of the Institute of Space Research Igor Mitrofanov. Thanks to the

Business | Technology  | 05.08.21

WhatsApp Recognized Most Dangerous Messenger in Russia

The messenger owned by Facebook, WhatsApp, has become the most popular among Russians of all age groups, according to the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM), the Federal Quality Control Service (Roskachestvo) reports; this year, 73 per cent of messenger users chose it. However, there is a great danger for Russians, because 83 per cent