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Metnar nechá prověřit nákup pasivních radarů pro armádu kvůli spekulacím o ceně

Ministr obrany Lubomír Metnar (za ANO) nechá prověřit kvůli spekulacím o ceně nákup pasivních sledovacích systémů pro armádu. Dva komplety systémů DPET, jejichž základem jsou radiolokátory Věra NG od české firmy ERA, stály 1,5 miliardy korun včetně daně z přidané hodnoty.Další články k tématu:Šéf obrany Metnar nemá informace, že by vojákům v Iráku hrozilo nebezpečíMinistr Metnar v USA stvrdí nákup vojenských vrtulníků za téměř 15 miliard korunMinistr Metnar ve čtvrtek v USA stvrdí nákup vojenských vrtulníků, Česko za ně zaplatí skoro 15 miliardDo konce roku podepíšu smlouvy na 12 vrtulníků a dva nové letouny CASA, řekl na MAFRA konferenci ministr MetnarČesko koupí izraelské radary. Vojáci dostanou techniku prověřenou bojovým nasazením, uvedl Metnar

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Muž, který ve stanici Anděl spadl do kolejiště, srážku nepřežil. Provoz metra bude obnoven kolem desáté

Mezi stanicemi Smíchovské nádraží a Florenc na lince B nejezdí metro, kolem 19:30 spadl ve stanici Anděl do kolejiště člověk. Asi čtyřicetiletý muž srážku se soupravou nepřežil. Lidé v daném úseku místo metra museli na tramvaj, jít pěšky nebo využít jinou linku metra. Na místě zasahovali záchranáři, hasiči pražského dopravního podniku a policisté. Očekává se, že provoz bude obnoven kolem 22:00, uvedl večer na webu pražský dopravní podnik.Další články k tématu:Dopravní podnik začne na začátku roku razit štoly pro metro D na Pankráci. Nejprve vznikne metro směrem do PísniceMetro bude moci jezdit bez strojvůdců, schválil Senát. Praha plánuje automatický provoz na ‚déčku‘Útočníci strčili v Berlíně pod metro třicetiletého Íránce, ten po srážce zemřel

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Why Chile’s SATs Have Become the New Frontline of Inequality Protests

School’s out for summer in Chile. But the vacation isn’t proving very relaxing for high school students in the South American country. A group of Chilean teenagers have spent the last few weeks opening a new and controversial front in the nationwide protests over inequality that started in October: Chile’s version of the SAT.

On Jan. 6 and 7, roughly 300,000 high school seniors were set to take the University Selection Test (PSU) – a prerequisite for applying to college in Chile. But hundreds of young people, led by ACES, a far-left students’ union for highschoolers, disrupted the test centers, blocking entrances, burning test papers and clashing with security forces. At least 82,000 students were unable to take one of the four tests that make up the PSU. ACES is promising to repeat the disruption on Jan. 27 and 28, when authorities plan to rerun the exams. In the meantime, students have occupied the offices of exam authorities, and protested in the streets, calling for an end to the ..

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From Threats of Gang Rape to Islamophobic Badgering, Indian Women Politicians Face High Levels of Online Abuse, Says Report

Women politicians in India receive on average 113 problematic or abusive tweets per day, including threats and badgering, according to a report released today by Amnesty International.

The report, which analyzed 114,716 tweets directed at 95 Indian women politicians during the last Indian general election in 2019, found that 1 in 7 tweets about female politicians were abusive or problematic.

“Online abuse has the power to belittle, demean, intimidate and eventually silence women,” the report said.

While women around the world face sexist abuse online, Indian female leaders deal with nearly twice as much harassment than their counterparts in the U.K. or the U.S., according to the report.

Gender inequality remains a salient issue in India, which ranks 135 out of 187 on the Gender Inequality Index. In 2018, India was ranked the most dangerous country in the world for women and in recent months, violence against women has resurged. While last year’s election ushered in a record-high le..

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‘Who is She?’ Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Questions Greta Thunberg’s Economic Expertise at Davos

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin suggested that Greta Thunberg isn’t the best person to give advice on economic issues related to climate change — at least not until she goes to college.

At a press briefing at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Mnuchin criticized the 17-year-old environmental activist’s call to divest from fossil fuels immediately, according to the Associated Press.

Asked how such restrictions would affect the U.S. economic model, Mnuchin responded, “Is she the chief economist or who is she? I’m confused,” the AP reported. He paused before adding that his comments were “a joke.”

“After she goes and studies economics in college she can come back and explain that to us,” Mnuchin said.

Thunberg, who has been outspoken about the lack of progress on climate change, tweeted Thursday that “it doesn’t take a college degree in economics” to realize that our remaining 1.5° carbon budget and ongoing fossil fuel subsidies and investments don’t add up.”

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