10 rules: how to win the League of Legends if your teammates are nerds
That time I played for Rammus. It all started perfectly: in the first few minutes, I twice killed a stranger Ari, ensured a good start for our Lucian and Morgana, and helped to take over Li Sina.
Kind Thoughts Strategy: How to Become Tolerant of the Unknown
In March, I asked on social networks what was the most difficult for people during the COVID-19 pandemic. I got more than 100 answers and found that in many ways people have the same problem: the unknown.
Seven questions about negative oil prices
While Ukrainians rested after the celebration of Easter, the world collapsed in the oil markets. First, on Black Monday, oil collapsed to zero, and then buyers of American oil were paid extra for taking it.
South Korean officials: There is no indication that Kim Jong-un is experiencing physical problems
According to a media report on Tuesday (April 21), North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was seriously ill, leading to a sharp depreciation of South Korean currency and the South Korean stock market.
TOP-16 of the most high-tech types of firearms
Military men around the world create and test futuristic weapons that look like something from the James Bond movies.
From weapons capable of firing underwater to pistols equipped with a fingerprint recognition system, businessinsider.
DIY -- 24 method how to make your own hand sanitizer
Liquid hand sanitizers-mostly alcohol-based gels-have experienced an explosion in popularity over the last 10 years. If you’ve recently traveled by plane or set foot in a classroom in the US, chances are you’ve seen hand sanitizers in use.
Trump vs Fauci: President and doctor spar over unproven drug
WASHINGTON (AP) — In an extraordinary exchange, President Donald Trump and the government’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, publicly sparred Friday on whether a malaria drug would work to treat people with coronavirus disease.
US virus testing faces new headwind: Lab supply shortages
WASHINGTON (AP) — First, some of the coronavirus tests didn’t work. Then there weren’t enough to go around. Now, just as the federal government tries to ramp up nationwide screening, laboratory workers are warning of a new roadblock: dire shortages of testing supplies.
Italy's virus epicenter grapples with huge toll, some hidden
BERGAMO, Italy (AP) — The priest gave a final benediction. There were no flowers, no embraces. Francesca Steffanoni and her mother hurried away from Bergamo’s main cemetery, their furtive farewell lasting no more than 5 minutes.
Asian stocks rise after Wall Street advance on aid hopes
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets rose Friday after Wall Street gained on hopes government and central bank action can shield the world economy from a looming recession caused by the coronavirus.