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The Ministry of foreign Affairs sent notes to embassies of the US, Britain and Canada because of the LGBT flags

The Ministry of foreign Affairs has written to embassies of USA, UK and Canada protest notes after the buildings hung flags of LGBT people, said the head of the state Duma Commission to investigate cases of interference in the Affairs outside of Russia Vasily Piskarev.

As explained by the Deputy, the notes stressed that the actions of diplomatic missions violated "the provisions of the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations and national legislation of the Russian Federation".

The Governor-General of Canada accused of abuse and harassment

The canadian authorities will conduct an investigation against the Governor-General of the country Julie Payett, which is accused of harassment and insult on the employees of his office, reports channel CBC.

Check entrusted to the Privy Council, which serves as the Advisory and coordination body within the canadian Prime Ministers. Council members have promised that the investigation will be "comprehensive, independent and impartial".

Canada has completed the analysis of the data recorders of the downed Boeing in Iran

The team of international experts has completed a preliminary analysis of the flight data recorders downed in January in Tehran Ukrainian aircraft Boeing 737, reported the canadian Bureau of transport security (TSB).

Decrypting data from "black boxes" began in Paris on July 21.

Canada has not yet set a hearing on the deportation of ex-Nazi Oberlander

The immigration authorities of Canada intend to resume interrupted due to pandemic coronavirus hearings in September, but in the case of Nazi collaborator Helmut Oberlander of hearings is not appointed yet, said RIA Novosti the representative of the Council for immigration and refugees of Canada (IRB) Anna Pape.

The IRB is an independent administrative Tribunal Canada, decision of immigration appeals.

The Bahamas plan to take cruise ships from Britain, the EU and Canada

Government of the Bahamas announced that it is ready to accept cruise ships from countries that successfully coping with COVID-19, according to Lonely Planet.

The Islands will go to court with tourists from Canada, UK and EU countries. Cruise ships started taking on 1 July.

In Canada one person was killed and two injured in helicopter crash

One person died and two were injured in the helicopter crash in Newfoundland and Labrador in Eastern Canada, reports channel CTV.

According to TV channel, the police received a message about the helicopter crash at lake of the Thorburn 200 kilometers from the provincial capital of Newfoundland and Labrador St John's.

The number of cases COVID-19 in Canada exceeded 110 thousand

The number of cases of infection with coronavirus infection COVID-19 in Canada exceeded 110 thousand, according to the Ministry of health of the country.

According to the latest data, the number of infections is 110 338 people died on 8 852 patients with COVID-19. The greatest number of cases recorded in the provinces of Quebec (57 466) and Ontario (37 604). Recovered a total of more than 97 thousand people.

In Canada, a bus with tourists overturned at the glaciers

Tourist bus overturned in Canada on the way to the glacier at least three people were killed and several injured, according to local TV station CBC.

The incident occurred in the canadian province of Alberta in Jasper national Park at the Columbia ice fields. The bus was carrying 27 passengers.

Named the most popular destinations for travel in 2021

Next year the most popular destination for travel can become a UAE, according to Lonely Planet.

The largest Swiss travel company used available search engine data and made a map of the most popular places to holiday in 2021. Experts analyzed requests for a future vacation from users from 131 countries.

The mayor Aquilla would like to remove the Cenotaph to the soldiers of the SS division "Galicia"

The canadian mayor Rob Burton Aquilla after the incident with the desecration of the Cenotaph to the soldiers of the 14th Grenadier division of the SS "Galicia" is located in the city's Ukrainian cemetery stated that he hates the existence of the city's landmark, and he was ordered to remove him, if it were allowed by local laws.

According to the mayor, the local authorities are unable to make decisions regarding what can be in a private cemetery, which is the cemetery of St. Vladimir, where the Cenotaph.

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