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аналіз українського медіапростору

12/04/2021
by iGromada
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Синоптики прогнозують «бурхливу» погоду на поточний тиждень

З 14 квітня у західних областях очікується похолодання

12/04/2021
by Ekonomist
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До Великодніх свят ціни на продукти залишатимуться стабільними – Мінекономіки

Великдень у християн східного обряду цьогоріч припадає на 2 травня

12/04/2021
by iGromada
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У Києві почали вимикати опалення – КМДА

На повне згортання розгалуженої системи теплопостачання столиці, яка налічує більше ніж 2,7 тисячі кілометрів теплових мереж, необхідно близько п’яти днів, додали в КМДА

12/04/2021
by Ekonomist
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НБУ посилив офіціний курс гривні на 7 копійок

Довідковий курс, встановлений Нацбанком опівдні, дорівнює 27 гривень 93 копійки

12/04/2021
by Ekonomist
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Україна «може отримати» від МВФ близько 2,73 мільярда доларів у рамках СПЗ – голова НБУ

Про це він заявив після зустрічі з з директором Європейського департаменту МВФ Альфредом Каммером

12/04/2021
by iGromada
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Київський метрополітен підрахує недоотримані доходи після завершення локдауну

У перший день цьогорічного локдауну столичною підземкою скористалися 151 тисяча пасажирів, тоді як у 2020 році середньодобовий пасажиропотік становив мільйон осіб

12/04/2021
by iGromada
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Міністр культури закликає розслідувати, хто дав дозвіл на знищення історичного будинку в Києві

Ткаченко назвав «варварством» рішення знести будинок з більш ніж 120-річною історією в Києві

12/04/2021
by iGromada
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В Україні за тиждень спостерігалися пікові навантаження на службу екстреної меддопомоги – МОЗ

МОЗ заявляє про високий рівень госпіталізації

12/04/2021
by iGromada
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ДСНС попереджає про заморозки в більшості регіонів

Йдеться про центральні, північні та західні регіони, окрім Закарпаття

12/04/2021
by Artist
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US Recession Drama ‘Nomadland’ Wins Best Film at British Film Awards

U.S. recession drama “Nomadland,” about a community of van dwellers, was the big winner at Britain’s BAFTA awards on Sunday, scooping best film and prizes for its Chinese-born director Chloe Zhao and leading actress Frances McDormand.The British Academy of Film and Television Arts ceremony was held virtually over two nights, with nominees joining in by video, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.However, film stars Hugh Grant and Priyanka Chopra Jonas appeared in person at London’s Royal Albert Hall while Renee Zellweger and Anna Kendrick joined from a Los Angeles studio to present the awards.”Nomadland,” which has already picked up prizes this awards season, stars 63-year-old McDormand as a widow, who in the wake of the U.S. economic recession, turns her van into a mobile home and sets out on the road, taking on seasonal jobs along the way.”We would like to dedicate this award to the nomadic community who so generously welcomed us into their lives,” Zhao, who won the director category, said in her acceptance speech.”Thank you for showing us that aging is a beautiful part of life, a journey that we should all cherish and celebrate. How we treat our elders says a lot about who we are as a society and we need to do better.””Nomadland” also won for cinematography.Outstanding British film went to #MeToo revenge movie “Promising Young Woman,” which also won original screenplay.The academy also paid tribute to Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth’s husband, who died on Friday, at age 99. Philip was named BAFTA’s first president in 1959. His grandson Prince William is BAFTA’s current president.Following an outcry last year when BAFTA presented an all-white acting contenders list, more than half of this year’s 24 nominees were actors of color.Film veteran Anthony Hopkins won the leading actor category for portraying a man with dementia in “The Father.””I’m at a time in my life where I never expected to get this,” the 83-year-old told reporters of the award, adding his age had made making the movie “easy.”Youn Yuh-jung won supporting actress for “Minari,” in which she plays a grandmother who travels from South Korea to the United States to look after her grandchildren.The 73-year-old, who has won a Screen Actors Guild award and has been nominated for an Oscar for her performance, drew laughs in her acceptance speech when she jokingly said it was particularly meaningful to be recognized by “British people, known as very snobbish people.”Daniel Kaluuya, who has swept this awards season for his portrayal of late Black Panther activist Fred Hampton in “Judas and the Black Messiah,” won supporting actor.”Brokeback Mountain” and “Life of Pi” director Ang Lee received the BAFTA Fellowship, the academy’s top honor, for his contribution to film.
 

12/04/2021
by Artist
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Matsuyama Becomes First Japanese Golfer to Wear Masters Green

Hideki Matsuyama won the 85th Masters in dramatic fashion Sunday, holding off Xander Schauffele to become the first Japanese man to capture a major golf title.Carrying the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, Matsuyama calmly grinded out clutch pars and struck for crucial birdies in a pressure-packed march at Augusta National, hanging on over the final holes for a historic one-stroke victory.Matsuyama took the green jacket symbolic of Masters supremacy, a top prize of $2.07 million (1.74 million euros) and a place for the ages in Japanese sports history.”I’m really happy,” he said through a translator. “Hopefully I’ll be a pioneer in this and many other Japanese will follow. I’m happy to open the floodgate and many more will follow me.”After seeing his seven-stroke lead with seven holes remaining shaved to two shots with three to go, Matsuyama watched Schauffele’s ball end up in the water off the 16th tee on the way to a triple-bogey disaster.”I felt like I gave him a little bit of a run and made a little bit of excitement for the tournament until I met a watery grave there,” Schauffele said. “I’ll be able to sleep tonight. It might be hard but I’ll be OK.”Matsuyama settled for a bogey but closed with par at 17 and a bogey at 18 to fire a one-over-par 73 and finish 72 holes on 10-under 278.”My nerves really didn’t start on the second nine,” Matsuyama said. “It was from the start today to the very last putt.”American Will Zalatoris was second in his Masters debut on 279 after a closing 70 with U.S. three-time major winner Jordan Spieth and American Schauffele sharing third on 281.”It was a fun week,” Zalatoris said. “I know I can play with the best players in the world.”Matsuyama became only the second Asian man to win a major title after South Korea’s Yang Yong-eun at the 2009 PGA Championship.No prior Japanese player had finished better than fourth at the Masters.Japan’s two previous major golf titles belonged to women, Chako Higuchi from the 1977 LPGA Championship and Hinako Shibuno at the 2019 Women’s British Open.