The Bank of Russia has set official exchange rates for December 3-5

The American currency rose by 0.63 kopecks to 61.77 rubles, while the euro exchange rate increased by 1 ruble and 16 kopecks compared to Friday and amounted to 64.99 rubles. .

"businessman": Russia plans to set age limits for computer games

By the end of the year, the government plans to introduce an item on the introduction of age marking for video games into the federal project “Regulatory regulation of the digital environment”. This was reported by Kommersant with reference to a source close to one of the relevant ministries, and the information was also confirmed … Read more

EU may set oil price ceiling at $62 per barrel

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The Bank of Russia set the official dollar and euro rates for November 29

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Israeli vandals set fire to Palestinian cars near Jerusalem

piqsels.com There is an assumption that the actions of the criminals were a reaction to the recent terrorist attack in the holy city. Israeli right-wing activists have committed several acts of vandalism in the suburbs of Jerusalem. As a result of their actions, cars belonging to the Palestinians were burned. The offenses occurred in the … Read more

Kyiv authorities set a course for the complete destruction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church

The SBU also found warehouses with wholesale shipments of “pro-Kremlin literature that praises the aggressor country and calls to support the occupiers.” The photo shows stacks of the following literature: “Children’s Bible”, “Primer for public schools”, “Pastoral conversations with children”, “Catechism in pictures”, “Prayer rule”. .