(Original title: Minangarwa was elected president of Zimbabwe)
Minanga Gowat. Information Figure
Harare, November 22 (xinhua) Zimbabwe’s Speaker of the House of Representatives Jacob Mudenta announced at noon on the 22nd that the ruling Zimbabwe African National Alliance-Patriotic Front (NLD) decided to elect the chairman of the party Secretary Emerson Meenagua was the new president, replacing former President Robert Mugabe, who resigned on the 21st. The swearing-in ceremony will be held on the 24th in the capital, Harare.
Mundada said in a press briefing held in Parliament on the same day that according to the constitution of Zimbabwe, if the president dies, resigns or is dismissed, his vacancy will be filled by those elected by the political party of the president. After Mugabe’s resignation, the NLD has said to the parliament that it will elect Minangaigu to be the president.
Mundada said that according to the constitution, Minangawa will complete Mugabe’s remaining presidential term until the 2018 presidential election. According to the official media reports, Minangaghwa, who has been abroad recently, will return to Harare on the afternoon of the 22nd.
(Original title: Merkel no hope of re-election?): Poll: about half of Germans in favor of re-election)
Overseas Network November 22 (Xinhua) local time on the evening of 19, the German Liberal Democratic Party retreated with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel where the coalition party and Green Party cabinet negotiations. The failure of the negotiations led to the worries of the political situation in Germany, and the voices of reelection continue to emerge. A recent poll shows that about half of Germans support the re-election.
According to a survey carried out by Russia’s Satellite News Agency, a poll conducted by the French National Institute of Applied Science for the Bild shows that about half of Germans support the resumption of the election following the failure of the German cabinet-building negotiations. According to the poll results, 49.9% of the respondents support the re-election, 20% of the respondents support the formation of minority government. At the same time, only 18% supported the formation of a “coalition government.” The Jamaican Union (a coalition of coalition parties, Liberal Democrats and the Greens) supports only 2.9%.
(Original title: Russian Regal Hyun rich new model: open luxury car beast with Dubai chiefs PK)
Overseas Network November 22, Russia’s richest circles popular breeding rare pets to prove their extraordinary social status. In a short video circulating online recently, a Russian man took a brown bear inside his Mercedes car and made a selfie while claiming “it was a response to the Dubai chiefs who took a leopard ride.”
Kindergarten teacher in Russian car. (Source: Sing Tao Daily)
(Original title: Minangkabau has returned to Zimbabwe)
According to the Associated Press, Zimbabwe’s ruling party has confirmed that Minalnguehwa, who was promoted to the new president of Zimbabwe, has already returned.
(Former title: (International) Former South Criminal Tribunal sentenced Mladic to life imprisonment)
The Hague, Xinhua News Agency, November 22 (Reporter Liu Fang) The 22nd conviction of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague, the Netherlands, Former Bosnian Serb Army Commander Mladic was found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes and sentenced to life imprisonment by Mladic.
During the sentencing, Mladić insisted he was not guilty. He left for health reasons at one time, returned and kept protesting loudly, being expelled by the court and listening to the adjudication in the adjoining room.
The ICTY was established in May 1993 under United Nations Security Council resolutions to try those who committed serious violations of international humanitarian law in the former Yugoslavia since 1991.
Mladic has always accused the court of “absurd” and “detestable” charges against him, claiming that what he did was to defend the people and the country. So far, 161 people accused of ICTY have all been brought to justice. In several of the most-watched cases, former Yugoslav President Milosevic was found dead in the Hague prison in March 2006 and ex-Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic was sentenced in March 2016 to 40 years’ imprisonment After the appeal has been filed.
In accordance with Security Council resolutions, the ICTY should complete the remaining work by the end of 2017 in preparation for the closure of the Tribunal. If Mladic lodged an appeal, the case would be handled by the International Tribunal’s residual mechanism.
Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 7,000 men and women in their lives
The ICTY issued a warrant of arrest on charges of genocide and war crimes in late 1995 after accusing him of committing genocide and war crimes. According to information released by the United Nations, the Bosnian Serb forces occupied the United Nations-protected Srebrenica in July 1995 and killed more than 7,000 men and women. The UN said the incident was the most horrific crime in Europe after the Second World War.
(Original title: Indian hospital to open the families of the deceased 25,000 US dollars bill: 1600 pairs of light gloves _ “Reference News” official website)
British media said that a hospital near Delhi recently filed a bill of 25,000 U.S. dollars for a family member of a 7-year-old girl who died of dengue fever, arousing indignation on social media Ordered Indian Minister of Health ordered the investigation.
According to the BBC website reported on November 21, the families of the girl who died said that they were asked to pay for more than 600 syringes and 1600 gloves they had lost in two weeks.
Reported that last week, a friend of the family posted an anger on Twitter and received more than 10,000 retweets.
It is reported that this private hospital in Gurgaon, on the outskirts of Delhi, defended the charge.
It is reported that this bill has 20 pages in length and its details are already circulating on Twitter. Someone accused said that the hospital blood glucose test strips and other supplies overcharged.
Minister of Health JP Nadal said on Twitter: “We will take all necessary action.” Angry netizens started to post tweets at the Fortis Memorial Hospital account. However, Fortis Memorial Hospital said in a statement that they have complied with the standard procedures and added that “in accordance with the globally accepted norms of infection control, the need to consume a large amount of supplies for the care of patients with mechanically ventilated cells in intensive care units”.
Reported that the girl named Adiya Singh died in September. She was diagnosed with dengue fever in August and was admitted to Fortis Memorial Hospital near the end of the month after her condition deteriorated.
Her father, Jayant Singh, told local media that she was on the ventilator the next day. He said: “We were told there was some damage in our brains.” But he said MRI was not done at the time.
(Original title: US media said China’s space program super-Russia to catch up with the United States: only 20 years into the world’s second)
According to the U.S. media, by the middle of this century, China’s nuclear-powered spacecraft will regularly travel to and from the interplanetary space to transport workers between the distant planets and the mining colony on an asteroid. It took only 20 years for China to establish that it is justifiable to say that it is the second-advanced space program in the world, second only to the United States. U.S. strategic analysts warn that China’s progress in the space space may soon threaten the United States’ global military superiority.
According to the Bloomberg website reported on November 21, China is not only competing with the U.S. and Russian governments in terms of the commercial future of outer space. The real race is to compete with flexible private-sector companies such as US Space Exploration Technologies and Blue Origins.
It is reported that compared with China, the space program in the United States does appear to be at a standstill. Since the last moon landing in 1972, Americans have left orbit. The International Space Station – the most expensive scientific instrument of all time – has been underutilized and the presidential plan to return to the moon has struggled for the past two decades. To make matters worse, due to the budget, but also to test the patience of key supporters in Congress, NASA’s delay in building new rockets and crew cabins to send Americans out of orbit for many years has been delayed for many years.
Reportedly, at the same time, China became the third country to launch manned space flights with its own rocket in 2003. It operates a small space station in space and has planned the lunar probe. China also looks for more ambitious goals, including the task of recovering the moon’s sample and building and operating a manned space station. If the U.S.-led ISS can not be replaced and extended beyond 2024, which is not currently planned, China’s space station will be the only outpost for mankind in space.
But at the moment, the most innovative space travel research has shifted to the private sector, especially in the United States. Space exploration technology business rocket not only reduces the cost of launching into orbit, but also predecessor of the larger rocket that sent humans to Mars before the 1920s.
(Former Title: International Student Assessment: Outstanding Cooperation Skills among Chinese Students in Mathematical Physics Achieve Equal Opportunity _ “Reference News” Official Website)
Information Photo: Female students waiting to enter the job fair site. Xinhua News Agency issued
Reference News Network reported on November 23 British media said that when people go to school exam results is a measure of the results of a student effort. However, it’s actually more important for people to find social skills and the skills to work with others to solve problems when they enter the workplace. So, the school’s teaching system and the needs of young people are in line?
The International Student Assessment Program (PISA), which measures students’ reading, math and science abilities, tested the ability of global cooperation to solve problems, according to the BBC website on November 22.
It did not seem surprising that students who scored high on the exams also performed better in working with others on problem solving.
It is reported that these students are more likely to have information on how to analyze and complex reasoning skills to help them solve their problems.
From a national point of view, those countries that have achieved outstanding academic achievements such as Japan, South Korea and Singapore also excelled in their ability to solve problems collectively. However, the situation in mainland China is different. Mainland students, although performing well in mathematics and science, perform modestly in cooperation skills.
The top 20 countries and regions that have demonstrated their ability to cooperate in problem solving are Singapore, Japan, China Hong Kong, South Korea, Canada, Estonia, Finland, China and Macau, New Zealand, Australia, Taiwan, Germany, the United States, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Norway, Slovenia and Belgium.
Hong Kong, China
It is reported that Hong Kong should be especially mentioned here. Hong Kong students ranked third in this test and performed well.
Experts say this shows that Hong Kong has been educated for the past 20 years in the right direction.
Schools in Hong Kong do not encourage students to memorize books. Rather, they train students to look at many aspects of problems, exercise their analytical skills and think critically.
In the meantime, students are also encouraged to be concerned with current events, get them grouped together to discuss some controversial topics and try to reach some consensus.
On this result, the Hong Kong Education Bureau also issued a statement saying that this is the result of Hong Kong’s educational reform and joint efforts.
But education experts have warned against complacency and said there is still room for Hong Kong to improve soft skills.
PISA also reported a five-year-old test of personal problem-solving skills, in which boys appeared to perform better in most countries.
However, when working collaboratively to solve the problem, girls clearly dominated.
This result is true in every country, especially in the UK, where the gap is huge.
At the same time, it is also reflected in the attitude of the students.
Girls are more concerned about the relationship between people, they are more positive on the human relations. This means they are more interested in the opinions of others and want others to succeed.
On the other hand, boys value the benefits of teamwork and how collaboration can help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their work.
Reported that disadvantaged students seem to value the value of teamwork more because they are more willing to be part of a team rather than alone.
They think the team’s decision is better than the individual’s decision.
The report also found that the more diverse the school’s students, the better their cooperation skills.
The survey also found that the classroom environment has a significant impact on the performance of student co-operation.
Students are more positive about cooperation if they organize more debating activities.
(Former title: Federal Reserve Chairman Yellen will resign as Fed chairman after assuming office)
China news agency, New York, November 20 (Xinhua) The Federal Reserve announced on the 20th that the Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen submitted his resignation to the U.S. Federal Reserve Governor Trump on the same day. The resignation will take effect when the new chairman of the Federal Reserve takes office.
Yellen, now 71, was named Obama a Fed board member in 2010 and will run until 2024. In February 2014, Yellen became chairman of the Federal Reserve and became the first female chairman in the history of the Federal Reserve until February 2018. On the 2nd of this month, Trump named Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as the next Federal Reserve chairman. Some media analysts believe Powell’s attitude toward Yellen in monetary policy is consistent, all advocating a gradual rate hike. The Fed’s current policy is likely to be renewed after Powell took office, which is good news for the financial markets. In a letter to Trump, Yellen said he will make every effort to ensure a smooth handover of the work with Powell.
Gradually ending the ultra-loose monetary policy that the United States introduced after the financial crisis was the focus of Yellen’s tenure. Since December 2015, the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates four times and started to reduce the balance sheet plan in October this year. It is generally believed that the Fed will raise interest rates again in December this year.
(Former title: European Bank, the Drug Administration will move out of London)
The European Banking Authority to Move to Paris
The consequences of Brexit have gradually become apparent. On the 20th, as the regulator of European banks, the European Banking Authority decided to relocate its headquarters from London to Paris, France by March 2019. The European Bank Authority said the move would ensure the continuity of the Authority’s own work and eliminate the uncertainty. The European Banking Authority believes France can help them move smoothly.
The European Banking Authority was established in 2011 and is responsible for stress testing European banks, maintaining fair and healthy competition within the EU banking sector and intervening in the regulation of adverse banks. The location of the European Banking Authority is based in London because London is the world’s leading international financial center with many international banks headquartered here.