国際ニュース 2019/11: ずくなしの冷や水


国際ニュース 2019/11

Japanese retailer reconsiders planned ‘menstruation badges’ amid public backlash
The Japanese department store Daimaru Umeda has revoked plans to introduce 'menstruation badges' for female employees, amid a searing backlash online.
The badges were suggested as a means for staff members to display when they're on their period, in an ill-conceived attempt from management to elicit sympathy among employees.
・・・大阪はバカの街  2019年11月08日 大阪市長はリコールがふさわしいのでは

Russian medics prove baby’s ‘Batman mask’ can be removed: ‘MIRACULOUS’ results revealed by child’s mother
A large black birthmark on the face of an American infant has been partially removed, after a successful operation at a clinic in Russia. Her mother has shared a video showing first results of the baby’s transformation.

Carol Fenner, from Florida, brought her eight-month-old infant Luna to Krasnodar, Russia in hopes of seeking treatment for her daughter’s rare skin condition. An operation to remove the growth from Luna’s forehead – expected to be the first of several surgeries to completely rid the infant of the birthmark – was proclaimed a resounding success by Russian surgeon Dr. Pavel Popov.

A video posted to Fenner’s Instagram account shows the touching moment when Luna’s bandages are removed – revealing that the black blemish on her forehead had vanished. Popov admitted that the incredible results of the first operation even exceeded his own expectations. He also told media that despite the fact that pink skin and several small scabs on the girl’s forehead still remain, these will disappear with time. The skin will likely “recover completely,” Popov predicted.

After Nottinghamshire Police post – then later delete – a Facebook warning to women about walking alone late at night, the woke furies go ballistic over good, practical advice branding it “condescending” and “sexist.”

The speed with which the Notts Police force deleted its entirely sensible advice to women walking alone at night after it was accused of “victim-blaming” is further proof that common sense is losing in the woke war.

Before the Facebook post was taken down, it described a late night call from a woman who felt she was being followed by a man in a hoodie and called the police. While she arrived home safely, the police simply stated the obvious that women who walk alone especially at night are at risk of harassment or even physical assault.

Russian FM: EAEU to Bolster Relations with Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) will further strengthen its ties with Iran in the future.

Preliminary agreements have been reached with Iran on joining the EAEU based on which further strengthening of relations in the future will take place, Lavrov told FNA in Bishkek on Wednesday

"The trade exchanges between the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and its partners must be carried out using their local currencies as the dollar has lost its credibility," he added.

The Russian top diplomat also said that the EAEU is actively expanding its cooperation with third countries, with some of which it has signed agreements to establish a free trade zone.

He further noted that some South American, Pacific Ocean countries, as well as Egypt, have also expressed their interest in cooperating with the EAEU.

He also added joining the EAEU will pave the way for removing tariffs and other barriers.

In relevant remarks earlier this month, Managing Director of Aras Free Trade Zone (FTZ) Mohsen Nariman said that the 280 million population market of the EAEU with an $800 billion worth economic capacity was full of opportunities for Iran, adding that his country’s annual trade with the union was expected to reach $15 billion.

The Eurasian Economic Union is an economic union of states located in the central and Northern Asia and Eastern Europe. The Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union was signed on 29 May 2014 by the leaders of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia, and came into force on 1 January 2015.

国名 署名日
ロシア 2014年5月29日
ベラルーシ 2014年5月29日
カザフスタン 2014年5月29日
アルメニア 2014年10月10日
キルギス 2014年12月23日

ロシアの狙撃手が暗闇の中で望遠鏡付きのライフルで2km先の標的に全部命中させたといいます。月明りもなかったらしいのにどうやったら見える? 英国軍の兵士だったかが昼間2km先の人間を狙撃したというニュースが以前ありました。
Russian sniper hit ALL targets in COMPLETE DARK at 2km distance
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※ Elijah J. Magnier@ejmalrai氏の午後2:59 ・ 2019年11月30日のツイート
Yemen's Houthi say they shot down with a new and cheap anti-air missile a 100 million worth Saudi Apache helicopter

Yemen's Houthi rebels say they shot down Saudi Apache helicopter
Rebel spokesman says Houthis used surface-to-air missile to down Saudi helicopter near border, killing its 2 pilots.
Yemen's Houthi rebels have claimed the shooting down of a Saudi Apache helicopter near the border with its northern neighbour, killing two pilots a day after more than 100 Houthi prisoners were released by the Saudi-led coalition.

Yahya Sarea, a Houthi spokesman, said on Twitter that "a Saudi Apache helicopter was shot down by a surface-to-air missile ... and its two pilots were killed as it was completely burned."

There was no immediate confirmation from the Saudi-led coalition that has been running a brutal military offensive for five years in the Middle East's poorest country aimed at dislodging the Houthis from power.

On Thursday, about 128 Houthi rebels held in Saudi Arabia were released and flown to the Yemeni capital Sanaa. They had been captured in various parts of Yemen between 2015 and earlier this year.

This month a senior official in Riyadh said it had an "open channel" with rebels as efforts to end the five-year conflict gained momentum.

The conflict in Yemen began with the 2014 takeover of Sanaa by the Houthi rebels, who now control much of the impoverished country's north.

The Saudi-UAE-led coalition intervened in March 2015 to restore the internationally-recognised government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who was forced out by the Houthis.

The five-year civil war has left tens of thousands of people dead, most of them civilians, according to relief organisations, and has pushed millions to the brink of famine in what the United Nations calls the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.

Yemeni Forces Shoot Down 2nd Saudi Military Aircraft
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ansarullah Houthi forces announced on Saturday that they have shot down an unmanned drone over Northern Yemen just a day after the movement had brought down a Saudi Apache helicopter.

“Yemeni air defenses were able to shoot down a Chinese-made Wing Loong fighter reconnaissance aircraft in the Hiran district of Hajjah province this evening during hostilities,” Spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Saree stated said in a post in Twitter.

He added that the operation was caught on tape and that footage will be published shortly.

Earlier in the day, Al-Masirah news outlet released footage that showed the Saudi Apache military helicopter shot down on Friday. Two crew members on board died.

"Yemen's air defenses have managed to down a Saudi Apache helicopter with a surface-to-air missile using new technology which we will unveil in the near future," Saree noted on Friday, stating, "It was shot down this morning in the Majaza area facing [Saudi Arabia's] Asir while carrying out hostile operations."

Saudi Arabia and a number of its regional allies have been engaged in a deadly campaign they launched against Yemen in March 2015, with the goal of bringing the government of former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi back to power and crushing Ansarullah.

The US-based Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (ACLED), a nonprofit conflict-research organization, estimates that the war has claimed more than 100,000 lives ever since.

The United Nations says over 24 million Yemenis are in dire need of humanitarian aid, including 10 million suffering from extreme levels of hunger.

Turkey, which demands “unconditional” support from other NATO members for its fight against Kurdish militias, is a “very good member” of the alliance which “could not have been nicer” to the US, President Donald Trump believes.

The compliment to Turkey and its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who Trump once cautioned not to be a “fool,” came as NATO members are gathering in the UK to mark its anniversary. Sitting alongside NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Trump said as far as he is concerned, Turkey is just fine.
Earlier in the day, Erdogan demanded NATO’s support for Turkey’s military campaign targeting Syrian Kurdish militias, which has been a matter of great controversy for European allies. The Turkish leader demanded NATO renew itself to keep up with the times, and said his country will continue to block NATO’s plan for deployment of assets in Eastern Europe, unless his demand is met.

Stoltenberg, during his meeting with Trump, tried to downplay the conflict within the military bloc, saying NATO’s strength comes from its ability overcome differences for the sake of fighting for a common security goal.
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