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Microsoft полностью изменила дизайн своего браузера, и теперь Edge основан на движке Chrome. Он стал быстрее, в нем появилась поддержка расширений, улучшилась совместимость с современными сайтами. Если вы до сих пор избегали Edge, вот несколько причин попробовать его.

Режим чтения в Microsoft Edge

В том же Chrome режим чтения можно добавить с помощью сторонних расширений. В Edge Microsoft предусмотрела собственный режим, называемый иммерсивным. Нажмите на иконку с изображением книги в адресной строке — и все ненужные элементы исчезнут, останется только текст и картинки.

Иммерсивный режим позволяет легко настроить размер текста, межстрочный интервал и фон. Вы также можете включить выделение разных частей цветом и разбиение слов на слоги. Наконец, браузер может читать страницы вслух.

Поддержка расширений Chrome в Edge

Возможно, основной проблемой Edge в прошлом было отсутствие расширений. Но сейчас ситуация изменилась.

Во-первых, ассортимент в Microsoft Store стал разнообразнее и теперь недостатка в блокировщиках рекламы, переводчиках и клипперах нет. А во-вторых, Edge, как и ожидалось, стал поддерживать дополнения от Chrome.

И чтобы их установить, не нужно идти ни на какие хитрости. Просто установите флажок «Разрешить расширения из других магазинов» в меню расширений. Или просто откройте магазин Chrome: Edge предложит вам включить нужную опцию на верхней панели.

Безопасность и защита конфиденциальности в Microsoft Edge

Новый Microsoft Edge имеет встроенную защиту от веб-отслеживания. Он автоматически блокирует большинство трекеров. Браузер предлагает три степени — «Базовая», «Сбалансированная» и «Строгая».

В меню «Блокировка отслеживания» в разделе «Заблокированные средства отслеживания» вы можете точно увидеть, от чего защищает Microsoft Edge.

Кроме того, в браузере есть встроенный фильтр SmartScreen Microsoft Defender. Не позволяет переходить на фишинговые и зараженные сайты, а также скачивать вредоносные файлы.

Настраиваемая стартовая страница

Edge предлагает три варианта стартовой страницы.

«Сфокусированный» — перед вами только иконки часто посещаемых сайтов и поле поиска, прямо как в Хроме.
Вдохновение — на экране появляются различные фоны из фотографий Bing.
«Информативный» — панель запуска заполнена новостями Microsoft. Здесь вы можете увидеть погоду, курсы валют и другие данные.
Переключаясь между режимами, вы можете сделать стартовую страницу максимально информативной. Или, наоборот, оформить так, чтобы он не отвлекал от серфинга.

Профили пользователей в Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge сохранил одну из лучших особенностей Chromium — возможность создавать профили, чтобы несколько человек одновременно пользовались браузером, не смешивая свои любимые сайты, пароли, платежную информацию, адреса и другие параметры. Профили также можно использовать для разделения личного и рабочего контента.

Edge может создавать два типа профилей. Local сохраняет данные только на вашем устройстве. А еще облако синхронизирует закладки, историю, пароли и другую информацию между всеми вашими гаджетами, но для этого нужно подключить учетную запись Майкрософт.

Коллекции и заметки в Microsoft Edge

Коллекции — отличный инструмент для тех, кто часто что-то сохраняет из Интернета. Вы можете собирать веб-сайты, документы и изображения. Заметки также размещаются в коллекциях: они имеют простое форматирование и идеально подходят для быстрых заметок.

Все это пригодится, если вы проводите, например, какое-то исследование. Вы можете сохранять разные исходники и картинки, параллельно снабжая их комментариями и сортируя по своему усмотрению. Гораздо понятнее, чем простые закладки. Содержимое коллекций можно легко экспортировать прямо из браузера в Word или Excel.

Пока это скрытая функция, но Microsoft должна полностью включить ее в будущих обновлениях. Чтобы включить его сейчас, добавьте --enable‑features=msEdgeCollections в свойства ярлыка Microsoft Edge в поле «Цель».

Закройте браузер и снова запустите его.

Темная тема в Microsoft Edge

Чтобы изменить светлую тему на темную, перейдите в настройки внешнего вида. Последний меньше нагружает зрение в темноте.

Кроме того, в браузере есть третья опция — «Стандартные настройки системы». Если вы нажмете на нее, Edge автоматически выберет цвет в зависимости от того, какая тема выбрана в настройках Windows 10.

Мультиплатформенный

Одна из причин, по которой Edge раньше просто нельзя было использовать, заключается в том, что он был доступен только на устройствах с Windows 10 и Android. Соответственно, вся его синхронизация была бесполезна, если у вас был еще и Mac или iPad.

Egde по-прежнему легко настроить на использование прокси, инструкция тут.

Но теперь у Edge есть официальные версии для Windows, macOS, Android и iOS, и в будущем Microsoft намерена выпускать версию для Linux.

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Dissenters in Helsinki moved onto cranes on a freight transport with an end goal to prevent it dumping coal from Russia on Tuesday morning.

Ten activists from Greenpeace Suomi scaled border walls at the Salmisaari port in the Finnish capital and appended themselves to cranes on the Maltese-enlisted Transbaltic, which cruised from the Russian port of Luga on Monday night.

"The boat has four cranes they use for dumping and we figured out how to get on three of them so essentially it halted the vast majority of the dumping," says Matti Liimatainen from Greenpeace Suomi.

Greenpeace Suomi
Nonconformists climb edge walls at Helsinki's Salmisaari port, 5 April 2022Greenpeace Suomi
The coal is being conveyed to Helsinki's city-claimed power organization Helen, which had reported in March it would prevent bringing in coal from Russia to involve at its power station in Helsinki - - yet presently says that it's respecting contracts currently set up, with this probably not going to be the last shipment.

"We will be liable for our legally binding commitments with Russian coal providers for the rest of the agreements. Endless supply of the arrangements, the acquisition of coal from Russia will end," the organization said in an explanation.

Greenpeace Suomi
Fire engines are utilized to eliminate dissidents from a freight transport at Helsinki's Salmisaari port, 5 April 2022Greenpeace Suomi
"The issue I have is that one month prior Helen conveyed an official statement saying from here on out they will not be obtaining coal from Russia any longer in view of the circumstance in Ukraine," Greenpeace Suomi's Matti Liimatainen makes sense of.

"Some way or another I think this is a seriously commonly Finnish thing, we are so administrative thus ridiculous genuine on the off chance that we have an understanding we ought to satisfy it. Regardless of whether Russia is a country which doesn't satisfy common freedoms arrangements," he tells Euronews.

The dissenters were taken out from the cranes by firemen, and dock laborers had the option to keep emptying the Transbaltic's freight of coal.

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Helsinki Police say they confined nine individuals at the dock.

Because of the international circumstance, we have chosen to stop for the second getting coal from Russia. In different regards, we as an organization consent to the approvals in force connected with the Ukrainian emergency.

We are effectively observing the new international circumstance, which is continually changing, and we have made arrangement for the way that the circumstance might essentially affect the accessibility of unrefined substances, like gas, coal and oil, as well as imported power. Notwithstanding the likely effects of the international circumstance on the accessibility of unrefined components, we can supply intensity and power to our clients.

Helen has a different intensity creation portfolio in Helsinki. It is of most extreme significance for our organization to defend energy the board under all circumstances, and thusly we are looking for more assorted fuel acquirement channels than as of now. We have currently recently imparted about our arrangements for sped up execution of a disseminated energy creation framework throughout the next few years, because of which our reliance on imported energy will be decreased further.

Our energy acquirement is protected concerning the remainder of the colder time of year and the spring and summer. For the colder time of year time of 2022-2023, we will carrying out new intensity creation techniques, for example, the Vuosaari bioenergy warming plant and the seventh intensity siphon for Katri Vala.

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"NATO is uncovering little of how it would respond to Russian regional hostility," says Geoffrey Van Orden, taking note of that the partnership has swore "political and down to earth help" for Ukraine. He calls for "genuine monetary tension, incorporating from an accident in urgent gas sends out", as well as "designated sanctions" against different Russian financial areas.

"Escalatory choices could incorporate full impeding of significant Russian state banks and venture organizations," he included his article for Euronews.

"Will Putin attack Ukraine? Just he truly knows," said Anders Fogh Rasmussen. "In any case, assuming he does, we should send significant military guide to Ukraine and send off financial authorizations that will handicap the Russian economy, including dropping the Nord Stream 2 petroleum gas pipeline."

NATO's previous boss goes further, approaching the tactical collusion to "challenge Putin's false front" by following up on its guarantee in 2008 to give Georgia and Ukraine "seats at the NATO table". This, he contends, would end the Russian chief's "true denial" of these nations' Western objectives by stirring up low-level contentions in their domains.

"NATO can't bring down the barrel of a firearm," Rasmussen finishes up.

Sanctions required before any Russian attack, says Ukrainian president
EU pioneers caution Moscow of 'monstrous results' assuming it attacks Ukraine
How joined is Europe on NATO?
"It's fundamental that NATO is joined in standing up against Russia's compromising way of behaving, and together we should hold Russia to its longstanding commitments," UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss told parliament on January 6. "There can be no compensations for animosity."

Such solidarity has been inadequate lately. Whenever in 2019 he marked NATO "mind dead", Emmanuel Macron blamed the union for without an unmistakable political procedure in the multipolar post-Cold War world.

Distributed in late 2020, another essential report "NATO 2030" recognized that in the new past, its tactical reaction had been subverted by political aversion. In future, it imagined greater adaptability for part countries, for example by permitting the people who needed to send powers to have the option to do as such in a "alliance of the willing".

NATO's pressures with France proceeded, nonetheless. In May last year it was accounted for that Paris was opposing a joint subsidizing plan, a reaction to US allegations that European partners were not sufficiently contributing.

As of late NATO has praised France's commitment and its assuming responsibility this time of the collusion's top status force. Be that as it may, the French president has likewise lengthy advanced the requirement for a more grounded European safeguard capacity and has restored requires an European armed force.

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Finland's parliament is examining an appeal to hold a mandate on joining NATO following Russia's attack of Ukraine.

An appeal of in excess of 50,000 marks has approached Finnish MPs to discuss NATO participation in the midst of the contention.

Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin hosts affirmed that gatherings will be approached to talk about the appeal on Tuesday.

In any case, she added on Twitter that the country's parliament wouldn't hold a "wide" banter on enlisting in the Western military collusion.

"The occasion wo exclude a more extensive conversation on Finland's line on military coalition or non-arrangement," Marin said.

A new survey observed that a reasonable greater part of Finnish residents are supportive of joining NATO interestingly in the midst of the conflict in Ukraine.

Throughout recent months alerts have penetrated the global distraction with the pandemic: over Russia's gigantic troop development on its Ukrainian line.

US insight cautioned that Russia might be setting up an attack. Moscow denied it yet circled back to a progression of explicit requests from NATO and the United States that go a long ways past Ukraine.

Both Washington and NATO answered on January 26 by offering exchange however no concessions.

Many have asked, what are Putin's genuine aims? Is there a sufficient hindrance? Also, assuming Russia does assault, do NATO and the West have the ability to answer in an adequately strong way?

The emergency has raised doubt about Western solidarity. It has additionally placed the spotlight back on NATO specifically, two years after President Macron broadly referred to the overseas military coalition as "cerebrum dead".

US and Russian authorities meet in Geneva in the midst of Ukraine pressures
What is it that Russia need?
Pressures among Russia and the West have been assembling since Vladimir Putin began his intermediary battle in eastern Ukraine and attached Crimea. Accordingly, NATO sent fortifications to nations considered defenseless against Russian hostility.

In December, Moscow set out its security requests in two reports: a proposed settlement with the US, and a concurrence with NATO.

Basically, Russia currently needs ensures that NATO will stop its toward the east development, preclude participation for Ukraine and other previous Soviet nations, and roll back its tactical organizations in Central and Eastern Europe.

"Putin has now requested a reset and needs all NATO powers removed. In actuality, he needs acknowledgment that these countries are inside Moscow's authoritative reach," composed Geoffrey Van Orden of the Gold Institute for International Strategy, in an assessment article for Euronews.

"What is Putin truly up to? He is trying Western determination. He needs acknowledgment of his benefits in the Donbas locale and Crimea, full control of the Sea of Azov shoreline, mastery of the Black Sea, and at last the arrival of Ukraine and other previous Soviet coalition nations to Moscow's influence," added Van Orden, likewise a previous British military official and an ex-Conservative safeguard representative in the European Parliament.

"He is seeking after a similar procedure he's been chasing after beginning around 2014, through various means," expert Fabrice Pothier from Rasmussen Global told Euronews in November, adding that a Russian military invasion into Ukraine was conceivable.

"Nonetheless, I think he is as of now accomplishing what he needs which is to keep Ukraine feeble, and stressed, and to put generally this question mark on Western help to Ukraine."

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Putin faults West for strains, requests security ensures
The West should stand firm to battle Russia's dangers to Ukraine | View
A few specialists put Russia's expectations in starker terms. For student of history Françoise Thom, an expert on Russia, Moscow's requests add up to "a coordinated extortion".

"Perusing the Western press, one is mostly certain, possibly by mistake, that nothing is going on. Westerners don't appear to comprehend what is in question. They believe that main the destiny of Ukraine is being settled," she composed for the site Desk Russie.

"In a word, Russia is requesting that NATO end it all and that the United States be decreased to the job of a local power."

How risky are Russia's requests for NATO?
In the principal seven day stretch of January, the month tipped by some to be ready for Russian military activity, previous NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen spelt out the degree of Vladimir Putin's most recent requests.

NATO, he composed for Politico, would need to "look for agree from Moscow to send troops in Central and Eastern Europe, avoid "any tactical movement" across Eastern Europe, the southern Caucuses and Central Asia, and end any NATO drills close to Russia".

Moscow was additionally requesting a composed assurance that Ukraine wouldn't be offered NATO participation, and a draft settlement with the United States prohibiting it from sending powers to regions, for example, the Baltics and the Black Sea, he said.

"By no means should the US or NATO give responsibilities on future extension, genuine or true," he added. NATO pioneers guaranteed future enrollment to Ukraine and Georgia back in 2008.

Rasmussen proceeded to list a progression of peaceful accords on the NATO-Russia relationship, which Moscow was currently looking to dump. They incorporated a 1999 OSCE Charter on European Security which Russia joined to. This awards a taking an interest express the opportunity "to pick or change its security plans, including deals of union", the ex-NATO boss added.

"NATO is a coalition of harmony. It needs only tranquil participation with Russia," he went on. "In any case, that collaboration has been made troublesome by Putin's way of behaving."

Judy Dempsey, supervisor in head of the Strategic Europe blog, composes for Carnegie Europe that Russia's activities are fundamentally intended to test the United States, NATO, and Europe.

"They are tied in with switching the post-Cold War period by reasserting Russia's pre-1989 military and political impact in Ukraine, Georgia, and different nations in the district. They mirror a risky conflict of international and verifiable real factors."

NATO impact and four different important points from Putin's yearly discourse
Putin set to converse with US in the midst of want to stop NATO extension in Europe
How might NATO answer Russia?
The US State Department was candid on "the requirement for a unified, prepared, and unflinching NATO position for the aggregate guard of Allies" after a joint bring toward the beginning of January between Antony Blinken and Russia's neighbors, the "Bucharest Nine" of eastern European nations.

An assertion said the Secretary of State focused on Washington's obligation to "de-heightening through prevention, guard, and exchange", as well as "to Transatlantic security and to NATO's Article 5", cherishing its aggregate protection standard.

Notwithstanding, on account of non-part Ukraine, "it is restricted what NATO can really put on the table", Peter Dickinson, an expert on Ukraine at the Atlantic Council, told Euronews in December.

"Clearly, Ukraine and Russia know that there is no genuine choice of any tactical inclusion from NATO's side. So what we're truly referring to is monetary approvals, maybe a few political assents also," he said, adding that these should be sufficiently able to dissuade Putin's objective of reasserting Russian power over Ukraine.

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Finland's administration says that its sites were designated in a cyberattack during a discourse to parliament by Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The authority pages of the Finnish unfamiliar and safeguard services were both down momentarily on Friday evening.

The unfamiliar service later affirmed in an articulation that it had been hit by a "forswearing of administration assault" (DDOS) assault.

The site was first impacted at around 12:00 however was soon "got back to business as usual" in no less than 60 minutes, the service added.

"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has gone to lengths to restrict the assault in participation with specialist organizations and the Cybersecurity Center."

Helsinki didn't say who was behind the assault or give further subtleties.

A DDOS assault is a malevolent endeavor to upset a site and keep it from working by overpowering it with web traffic and action.

These contrast from ransomware cyberattacks, where programmers could want installment to open documents they have gotten to.

The cyberattack hit the Finnish government during Zelenskyy's video address to the nation's parliament.

Profound fakes and extortion: Finland cautions Russia could intrude in NATO participation banter
Living nearby to Russia: How Moscow's conflict in Ukraine ignited a seismic change in Finland
Ukraine war: MPs in Finland think about request for a mandate on joining NATO
During his discourse, Ukraine's President rehashed his call for "strong" sanctions against Russia following the attack on February 24.

"We really want the weapons that a portion of our accomplices in the European Union have," Zelenskyy told Finnish MPs.

The Ukrainian chief called for Europe to send off a "Molotov mixed drink" against Moscow, alluding to the firebombs that were broadly utilized by Finnish obstruction against the previous Soviet Union during World War II.

"Russia's conflict against Ukraine is unequivocal for the eventual fate of our country as well as for every one of the people who share a line with Russia, as you completed quite a while back," Zelenskyy said.

Finland - - which has a line of in excess of 1,300 kilometers with Russia - - is thinking about joining NATO following the flare-up of war.

On Friday, Finland's service of protection likewise announced that a Russian government airplane had momentarily disregarded its airspace.

Finland's knowledge administration says the Nordic country should get ready for Russian impedance and crossover assaults as the nation proceeds with a discussion about NATO enrollment.

The security police Supo says Russia could turn to outdated strategies like coercing legislators, or utilize new innovation like profound phony recordings to impact the conversation.

"Finnish society in general ought to be ready for different measures from Russia looking to impact policymaking in Finland on the NATO issue," said Supo Director Antti Pelttari in the assistance's most recent yearly report delivered for the current week.

"Public specialists should get the circumstances for a full and plain discussion without terrorizing, and guarantee that outcasts can't impact security strategy choices made by Finland," he adds.

Poland-Belarus emergency sparkles fears in Finland transients could be shipped off its line with Russia
Living nearby to Russia: How Moscow's conflict in Ukraine ignited a seismic change in Finland
The report featured the risk of "broad Russian impedance and unlawful reconnaissance" with Pelttari telling writers in Helsinki that strategies could incorporate claims about misuse or badgering of individuals with a Russian foundation in Finland, coercion of lawmakers, and profound phony recordings of genuine individuals.

The report likewise cautions Finnish organizations to be on "steady ready" over network protection. While Supo says Russian assets have been tied up locally and in Ukraine starting from the beginning of the conflict, that may as yet change.

"Supo thinks of it as logical that Russia will extend its digital and data activities from Ukraine toward the West. An expansion in tasks focusing on Finland is thusly additionally viewed as plausible before long."

The larger part off digital assaults in Finland are forswearing of-administration assaults, yet Supo cautioned there's an expanded gamble of energy utilities framework networks being designated in future.

David Mac Dougall
Record: Exterior of the Finnish Parliament building, Eduskunta, in HelsinkiDavid Mac Dougall
Finland's changing public conversation on NATO
Since Russian powers sent off an attack against Ukraine toward the finish of February, public help for joining Nato has risen pointedly.

The most recent survey delivered on Wednesday for Helsingin Sanomat paper shows 61% of Finns are supportive of enlisting in the tactical collusion, a figure that had held stable around 20-25% throughout the previous few decades.

Finnish President Sauli Niinistö recognizes that a NATO enrollment application could incite an "careless" reaction from Russia, including airspace or regional infringement. In any case, Niinistö likewise says being essential for the NATO family, with Article V security ensures, would have a "preventive impact" on hostility against Finland.

The Finnish government has precluded the possibility of a crisis application for NATO participation however has been doing wide-running political interviews for the last month.

Nonetheless, no choice on a potential parliamentary discussion will be taken before the decisions of another essential audit on its security circumstance, anticipated in April.

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Finnish society is no more odd to Russian mixture assaults - from hacking cases at a few services, to disturbance of GPS signs and illegal exploitation incitement along the 1340km line.

"Being affected by Russian cross breed tasks is the same old thing to our general public" says Anders Adlerkreutz, parliamentary gathering head of the Swedish People's Party, one of the five gatherings that make up Finland's alliance government.

"We have a lot of involvement of that during the previous 10 years, whether it's overall disinformation, designated international embargoes to test the versatility of our general public or designated floods of refuge searchers at specific places of our boundary," Adlerkreutz tells Euronews.

"It is significant, that each time Russia compromises Finland with activities assuming it seeks after a NATO enrollment the help for a participation goes up," he adds.

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Green League MP Atte Harjanne, who like Adlerkreutz sits on parliament's protection board, says the admonitions from Supo should be approached in a serious way.

"There's an expansive range of vindictive strategies including things that we most likely haven't contemplated. It's along these lines significant not exclusively to keep up with abilities to oversee and counter unambiguous dangers yet to fortify the cultural flexibility by keeping a high-trust society and reinforcing the institutional base of a majority rules system," says the initial term MP, whose party is additionally one of the five in government.

However, the scene of crossover dangers is continually moving, and Harjanne takes note of that numerous Russian channels of impact never again exist, or have become more fragile now because of monetary authorizations.

Looking all the more broadly, MPs are thinking about that Russian efforts to impact any probable NATO application don't be guaranteed to need to occur inside Finland.

"An enrollment should be supported by each NATO country. That implies that many parliaments may be dependent upon Russian cross breed activities" alerts Adlerkreutz.

"For that to not be powerful all part nations must get genuine data and know that Finland would decidedly affect the abilities of NATO. Subsequently our enrollment would make a balancing out difference."

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Интернет в районе / Re: Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:46:24 »
A British man has been given a suspended jail sentence subsequent to sharing a video of a consuming model of Grenfell Tower.

The 49-year-old from south London owned up to shooting the "terribly hostile" clasp and sending it on WhatsApp.

He was allowed a 10-week suspended sentence by Westminster justices court on Wednesday, after at first being viewed as not liable in 2019.

The viral clasp had provoked shock via web-based entertainment and was depicted as "wretched" by a relative of one of the 72 survivors of the 2017 fire.

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In the clasp, a cardboard model of the west London tower was set land at a huge fire night party in November 2018, while individuals can heard snicker.

A casualty influence articulation read out in court in the interest of the Grenfell casualties said the general response of the local area to the video was one of "shock, awfulness and shock."


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Интернет в районе / Re: Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:45:21 »
The head of Turkey's principal resistance said specialists have removed the power supply to his home after he challenged high energy costs.

Kemal Kilicdaroglu had promised before this year not to cover his power bills until the Turkish government pulled out the family cost increments.

In a video posted on Twitter on Thursday, he announced that his power had been "cut off".

Private and business clients were hit with costly service bills after Turkish specialists pointedly raised power levies on January 1.

The cost climbs started fights, and numerous independent companies have shown their bills on retail facade windows to show that they were so close to shutting down.

To give some help, the public authority presented a bunch of measures, including rearranging the level under which higher duties kick in for families and a few organizations utilizing greater power.

In any case, Kilicdaroglu - - the head of the Republican People's Party (CHP) - - said he had not taken care of his bills since February to show fortitude with around 3.5 million Turkish families that had their power removed last year for non-installment.

The 73-year-old additionally guaranteed that energy costs have over 400% in the beyond three years.

"Energy is an essential common freedom. It's like bread, it's like water, it's like air. Power is my right," he said. "I needed to be the voice of the individuals who can't pay."

Turkey's yearly expansion rate took off to a two-decade high of 61% in March, yet specialists say the genuine rate could be considerably higher.

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Интернет в районе / Re: Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:44:51 »
A Turkish court has condemned unmistakable social equality dissident and humanitarian Osman Kavala to life in jail without any chance to appeal.

The court in Istanbul found Kaval not guilty yet viewed him to be blameworthy of endeavoring to oust the public authority in the midst of mass fights in 2013.

Seven different respondents were likewise condemned to 18 years in jail on Monday in the midst of boos in the court.

The decision comes as Europe's top basic freedoms body, the Council of Europe, sent off encroachment methods against Turkey over the case.

Ankara has neglected to keep an European Court of Human Rights administering in 2019 which has required Kavala's quick delivery.

"Today, we have seen a crime of equity of terrific extents," said Nils Muiznieks, Amnesty International's Director for Europe.

"This decision bargains an overwhelming blow not exclusively to Osman Kavala, his co-respondents and their families however to each and every individual who has faith in equity and common freedoms activism in Turkey and then some."

EU international strategy boss Josep Borrel has said he "profoundly laments" the lifelong incarceration given to Kavala and added his voice to requires his delivery.

"Turkey, as an individual from the Council of Europe, has a commitment to carry out the court's choices," he said in a proclamation.

"Its proceeded with refusal to execute these choices expands the EU's interests about the Turkish legal executive's consistence with worldwide and European principles".

Osman Kavala: Council of Europe dispatches intriguing activity against Turkey over extremist's detainment
Osman Kavala: Council of Europe dispatches lawful activity against Turkey
Kavala - - who has proactively spent over four years in prison - - denies claims he funded the counter government fights. In his last protection articulations on Friday, Kavala said the cases are "not conceivable" and in light of "proof that isn't proof".

"The way that I burned through four-and-a-half long periods of my life in jail is a hopeless misfortune for me," he told the court by videoconference.

"My main reassurance is the likelihood that my experience will add to a superior comprehension of the grave issues of the [Turkish] legal executive."

The 64-year-old has been imprisoned in Silivri jail - - on the edges of Istanbul - - since he was confined in October 2017.

Common liberties bunches say Kavala has been indicted with restricted proof and that his crucial privileges have been abused.

Kavala was at first absolved in February 2020 of accuses that associated him of the 2013 Gezi Park fights.

However, as allies anticipated his delivery, Kavala was rearrested on new charges connecting him to a 2016 overthrow endeavor, which the Turkish government has accused on an organization of US-based Muslim minister Fethullah Gulen.

This vindication was subsequently toppled and the cases were consolidated.

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Turkey switches danger to oust European diplomats
Turkey's Erdogan undermines representatives over calls for Osman Kavala's delivery
The European Court of Human Rights said in 2019 that Kavala's detainment planned to quiet him and other basic liberties safeguards.

A continuous encroachment process by the Council of Europe over the matter could prompt the suspension of Turkey's democratic freedoms or participation in the association.

Erdogan has excused the encroachment interaction, saying Turkey wouldn't "perceive the individuals who don't perceive our courts."

In October, Kavala's proceeded with detainment started a political emergency among Turkey and 10 Western nations after they required his delivery.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blamed Kavala for being the "Turkish branch" of American very rich person giver George Soros and took steps to oust Western emissaries for intruding in Turkey's interior undertakings.

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Интернет в районе / Re: Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:43:58 »
Around half of Turkey's coal mineshafts are reasonable for change into sun based ranches, as per another report.

The energy created would support the country's sun based limit by 170% and, urgently, produce sufficient power to drive 6.9 million homes.

The examination by crusade bunch Europe Beyond Coal shows that open-cast coal mineshafts in Turkey have made gigantic harm both the environment and human wellbeing. Right now, a fourth of Turkey's all out ozone harming substance emanations start from coal, prompting unexpected losses.

Coal is viewed as the dirtiest non-renewable energy source. It is liable for over 0.3C of the 1C expansion in worldwide normal temperatures. This makes it the single biggest wellspring of worldwide temperature increase.

However, assuming that Turkey's mines are transformed into sun powered ranches, the recently superior locales could assume a key part in the environmentally friendly power energy progress.

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Sun oriented ranches in Turkey, which used to be old coal mines.Europe Beyond Coal
As nations across Europe search for approaches to quickly increase environmentally friendly power limit because of Russia's intrusion of Ukraine and flooding non-renewable energy source costs, the report proposes that piece of the arrangement is flying under the radar.

"In a random curve of history, the mines that have given the coal which has so harmed our environment and networks can assume an indispensable part in decarbonising our energy frameworks, and handling the environment emergency," said Duygu Kutluay, a campaigner for Europe Beyond Coal.

"Turkey has as of late increased its environment aspirations by confirming the Paris Agreement, and putting forth a net zero objective. The sooner we begin following through on these objectives, the more prominent the advantages will be for our wellbeing and our economy, which was hit hard by last year's environmental change-instigated out of control fires."

Outfitting sunlight based energy from Turkey's mines would cut its yearly CO2 discharges by an identical measure of around 50 million travelers taking a departure from Istanbul to Rome.

The review affirms that nations with enormous open-cast coal mineshafts ought to see them as "sustainable power progress resources", Kutluay adds.

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Why are coal mineshafts reasonable for change into sun powered ranches?
Coal mineshafts enjoy an expense upper hand over virgin plots of land really furnished with a large part of the fundamental foundation expected to have sun based establishments.

"Whenever you pack them out with cutting edge battery capacity frameworks, they're ready to convey a base heap of modest, perfect, sans fossil energy reliably. We truly ought to profit by them," says Bahadır Turhan, Chairman of the board at Solar3GW.

Changing over open-cast coal locales would fundamentally bring down energy costs, which are flooding.

Changing over open-cast coal destinations would fundamentally bring down energy costs, which are flooding.
"We'd likewise be helping avert the most exceedingly terrible effects of the environment emergency, like out of control fires and floods," adds Onur Akgül from Greenpeace Mediterranean.

Changing these coal mineshafts would deliver 19 billion kilowatt long periods of without fossil power. That is identical to 33% of the power Turkey created from hard coal and imported coal in 2021.

"Turkey is a resting sunlight based goliath! We truly need to awaken to this potential, " finishes up Barış Eceçelik, co-creator of the report and board part at Ekosfer Association.

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Интернет в районе / Re: Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:43:36 »
A Turkish court governed on Thursday to suspend the preliminary in absentia of 26 Saudis blamed for the grim killing of Washington Post reporter Jamal Khashoggi, with the case to be moved to Saudi Arabia.

Khashoggi, a US occupant who composed for the Washington Post, was killed on 2 October 2018, at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, where he had gone for an arrangement to gather archives expected for him to wed his fiancee, Hatice Cengiz. He never rose up out of the structure.

Cengiz, a Turkish public, declared that she will pursue the exchange of the case.

"We are not governed here by a family, as in Saudi Arabia. We have a legal framework that answers the complaints of residents: thusly, we will pursue," she told journalists as she left the Istanbul court.

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The court's choice comes in spite of alerts from common liberties bunches that surrendering the case to the realm would prompt a concealment of the killing which has projected doubt on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed receptacle Salman.

It likewise comes as Turkey, which is in the pains of a monetary slump, has been attempting to fix its disturbed relationship with Saudi Arabia and a variety of different nations in its locale.

A few media reports have guaranteed that Riyadh has made better relations restrictive on Turkey dropping the argument against the Saudis.

Last week, the investigator for the situation prescribed that the case be moved to the realm, contending that the preliminary in Turkey would stay uncertain.

Turkey's equity serve upheld the suggestion, adding that the preliminary in Turkey would continue on the off chance that the Turkish court isn't happy with the result of procedures in the realm.

New preliminary in Saudi Arabia questionable
It was not satisfactory, be that as it may, if Saudi Arabia - - which has proactively placed a portion of the respondents being investigated away from public scrutiny - - would open another preliminary.

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The killing ignited global shock and judgment. Western insight organizations, as well as the US Congress, have said that an activity of that extent could never have occurred without the information on the sovereign.

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Turkey, which promised to reveal insight into the severe killing, started indicting the respondents in absentia in 2020 after Saudi Arabia dismissed demands for their removal. The litigants included two previous assistants of the ruler.

A portion of the men were placed being investigated in Riyadh away from public scrutiny. A Saudi court gave a last decision in 2020 that condemned five mid-level authorities and agents to 20-year prison terms.

The court had initially requested capital punishment, however diminished the discipline after Khashoggi's child Salah, who lives in Saudi Arabia, declared that he excused the respondents. Three others were condemned to lesser prison terms.

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Интернет в районе / Re: Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:43:05 »
A Turkish investigator has required the preliminary into the 2018 homicide of Jamal Khashoggi to be suspended.

The examiner has required the case to be moved to Saudi Arabia since Ankara can't execute capture warrants or take safeguard articulations.

The unexpected solicitation comes after the Saudi boss public investigator's office requested procedures to be moved from Turkey recently.

A board of judges has said that letter ought to be shipped off Turkey's Justice Ministry for additional assessment and the case has been concluded until April 7.

26 Saudi nationals are being investigated for the killing of Khashoggi. Turkey chose to attempt the respondents in absentia after Saudi Arabia dismissed Turkish requests for their removal.

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The advancement in the Khashoggi preliminary comes as Turkey has been attempting to standardize its relationship with Saudi Arabia.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a meeting on Thursday that Saudi specialists were currently more helpful on legal issues with Turkey after Khashoggi's passing.

Pardon International has asked Turkey to press ahead with the preliminary.

"Assuming that the investigator's solicitation is conceded ... Turkey will be purposely and enthusiastically sending the case to where it will be concealed," said Tarik Beyhan, Amnesty's mission chief for Turkey.

"Essential common liberties ... ought not be made the subject of political discussions," he said. "A homicide can't be concealed to fix relations."

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Khashoggi's fiancee Hatice Cengiz additionally seemed to scrutinize the investigator's solicitation on Twitter.

"It is what is going on as far as showing the difficulty confronting mankind in the advanced period," Cengiz composed.

"Which of the two will we pick? To need to live like a highminded individual or to construct a day to day existence by holding material interests over a wide range of values."

Erol Önderoglu, the delegate for Reporters Without Borders in Turkey likewise let AFP know that "moving the case to Riyadh ... is horrendous information for the people who need equity for the writer".

What has been going on with Jamal Khashoggi?
The US-based Saudi protester vanished in the wake of entering the Saudi office in Istanbul in October 2018. His body has not been found.

Turkish authorities charge that Khashoggi was killed and afterward dissected inside the department building.

Preceding his demise, Khashoggi had composed fundamentally of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed container Salman in segments for the Washington Post.

Turkish specialists said he was killed by a group of Saudi specialists. Those being investigated in absentia incorporate two previous assistants of the sovereign.

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Saudi authorities at first offered clashing records concerning the killing, including claims that Khashoggi had left the department building safe.

Yet, in the midst of mounting worldwide strain, they expressed that Khashoggi's passing was a terrible mishap, with the gathering out of the blue turning rough.

The killing had ignited worldwide judgment and cast a haze of doubt over the Saudi Crown Prince.

In 2020, a Saudi court condemned five mid-level authorities and agents to 20-year prison terms in a preliminary held away from public scrutiny.

The court had initially requested capital punishment however decreased the discipline after Khashoggi's child Salah - - who lives in Saudi Arabia - - reported that he pardoned the litigants. Three others were condemned to lesser prison terms.

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Интернет в районе / Turkey news 2022 may 18
« : 18 Мая 2022, 09:42:36 »
The Turkish government's affirmation that they have issues consenting to let Finland and Sweden join NATO has caused a commotion in Helsinki and Stockholm in seven days where the Nordic countries are submitting notable letters mentioning NATO participation.

Each of the 30 individuals from the tactical partnership should settle on conceding new individuals.

In any case, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan portrayed Finland and Sweden as a "incubation center" for dread gatherings.

Simultaneously, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said the two nations should give unequivocal security assurances and lift trade prohibitions on some guard area products to Turkey.

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"Our position is totally open and clear. This isn't a danger - - here we're attempting to use our inclinations," Çavuşoğlu said.

The head of a Turkish patriot party likewise stood up, saying that NATO's development to incorporate Sweden and Finland would incite Russia and cause an extension of the conflict in Ukraine. He encouraged Turkish officials to keep the two nations in "NATO's sitting area."

PKK as 'center public safety concern'
Other NATO individuals have looked to minimize the Turkish dangers - - and the Finns have been naturally conciliatory about working out an agreeable answer for any conceivable stalemate.

So what is behind the Turkish dangers, and what is Erdoğan's conceivable final plan here?

Dr Paul Levin, the establishing overseer of the Stockholm University Institute for Turkish Studies, told Euronews he believes Turkey's essential concern is the presence of PKK activists in Sweden.

"What Turkey sees as danger of PKK is the center public safety worry in Turkey. Sweden doesn't exactly have the very point of view on that danger," said Levin.

"So you realize it is somewhat regular open door, when Sweden currently needs to join NATO, for Turkey to express its situation and request that Sweden kind of considers that."

In any case, Dr Levin additionally thinks there are homegrown contemplations for Erdoğan, with an eye toward races in summer 2023 and hypothesis it very well may be presented to this fall.

"Erdoğan is struggling in the surveys. He seems to lose. This could likewise be something that lays well to a bigger Turkish crowd," he added.

Burhan Ozbilici/AP
The Turkish armed force's tactical ceremonial group strolls after a function at the official royal residence, in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, May 16, 2022.Burhan Ozbilici/AP
While there is without a doubt a huge Kurdish diaspora in Sweden and other Nordic nations, PKK has been classed as a fear monger association there, and it isn't permitted to unreservedly work. So it is muddled how Erdoğan's emphasis on a crackdown on "Kurdish assailants" in Sweden would really occur.

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YPG the hindrance
Sinan Ülgen, a previous Turkish negotiator and Director of Istanbul-based think tank Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies, expresses that eventually, he doesn't completely accept that Turkey will, truth be told, block Swedish and Finnish participation sections however that it should extricate a cost for consenting to give them access to NATO.

"As I would see it, Turkey has genuine requests. For instance, Sweden ought to lift the arms ban against Turkey. It isn't sensible to be a NATO country and force an arms ban on one more partner inside a similar union," he told Euronews.

This is a point that Dr Levin additionally raises, taking note of that Turkey needs F-16s and to be permitted admittance to the American F-35 venture again subsequent to being rejected for purchasing a Russian rocket framework.

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Ülgen likewise figures the Turks will request that Sweden be more dynamic against the PKK and "quit giving weapons and funding to the YPG," a gathering that Ankara sees as being under direct PKK control.

Both Dr Paul Levin and Sinan Ülgen figure there will be a few type of dealings between the three nations and perhaps other NATO individuals too, despite the fact that Erdoğan said there was no real reason for groups of ambassadors from Finland and Sweden heading out to Turkey for conversations.

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