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UN chief urged to equalize the number of women and men in leadership positions

UN chief Antonio Guterres urged to make an equal number of women and men in leadership positions.

The Secretary General acts on video with a lecture in memory of the fighter against the apartheid regime in South Africa Nelson Mandela, born July 18, 1918.

The UN has said about the ongoing in the world the legacy of colonialism

UN chief Antonio Guterres said in the world about the continuing legacy of colonialism.

The Secretary General acts on Saturday via video link with a lecture in memory of the fighter against the apartheid regime in South Africa Nelson Mandela, born July 18, 1918.

The UN has offered to conclude a new social contract on the background of the pandemic

UN chief Antonio Guterres proposed to conclude a new social contract, to build a more equitable world, against the background of the pandemic coronavirus.

The Secretary-General on Saturday via video link delivers a lecture in memory of the fighter against the apartheid regime in South Africa Nelson Mandela, born July 18, 1918.

"Hatred of everything alien." Millions of people join a new religion

The movement Black Lives Matter in support of the fight against racism ceases to be the only socio-political: his supporters increasingly speak the language of the Bible. However, instead of Jesus Christ they have a different Messiah — George Floyd. As a victim of police brutality turned into an idol of millions and how it seriously — in the material RIA Novosti.

"He was tall and broad-shouldered. And the strongest — for which he was elected leader of the robber band. With accomplices he robbed the house, attacked the travellers. But at one point decided to change and get on the right path".

Boris Johnson urged not to engage in rewriting history

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke out in defense of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, whose monument vandals daubed racist slogans, and urged not to rewrite the past.

On Friday the city of London due to fears of vandalism has closed the plywood boards monuments to Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and the memorial Cenotaph in honor of those killed in the First world war. During the action in memory of the deceased American George Floyd in Bristol vandals threw into the Bay the monument to merchant, philanthropist and MP Edward Colston, who in the seventeenth century, engaged in the slave trade. In London, the hooligans struck racist inscriptions on a monument to Churchill and tried to damage the Cenotaph.