Trump’s criticism of the media and detention administrators “blue whales”. Five things you might oversleep

Five things you could have slept:

1. Ukrainian law enforcers detained two administrators suicidal groups in social networks. This was announced by the head of the National police of Ukraine Sergey Knyazev. “They testify that experimented with people’s minds”, – said the head of national police. He said that measures are being taken to detention and interrogation of the admins of the group “blue whales” and “pink fairies”. Read more→

2. Journalists from CNN, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Politico were not allowed at the briefing in the White house. At the entrance to the hall, where was held the briefing one of the journalists was stopped by a guard and informed that her name did not appear in the list of those present. The administration of U.S. President Donald trump has not commented on the situation. Read more→

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3. US President, Donald trump continues to publicly accuse the American media that treat him with criticism, calling them manufacturers fake news and “enemies of the people”. “I want you all to know that we are fighting with fake fake news. It’s a fake, fake, fake”, – said trump, likely, speaking about publications links team with representatives of the Russian government. Read more→

4. Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Nadezhda Savchenko in the occupied Donetsk visited two cells, which contain 6 Ukrainian prisoners of war. According to her, prisoners are kept in appalling conditions, in particular damp and cold. Savchenko also said that the condition of many of them is bad and requires immediate and skilled medical care. Read more→

5. The Dutch court ordered the Ministry of security and justice of the country to publish the protocols of the Ministerial meetings after the MH17 disaster. The decision was made on the basis of the claim of the Dutch media. The Ministry of justice has six weeks to implement the solution if it’s not going to do that, then can appeal in a higher court. Read more→