Minnesota Ukrainians driving truck into crowd of protesters not charged

On June 2, a Ukrainian from Minnesota, Bogdan Vechirko, who drove a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis on a tank truck, was released from prison without charge. According to law enforcement officials, the investigation is ongoing, writes Voice of America. A 35-year-old US citizen of Ukrainian origin was arrested on suspicion of ...

At the forefront: how immigrant doctors fight coronavirus in the USA

At the forefront of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare professionals around the world. These are people who endanger themselves for the sake of others. According to preliminary official statistics, 62 thousand American doctors, nurses and hospital workers caught the coronavirus. At the moment, almost 300 ...

Minnesota Russian Speaker Driving Truck Into Crowd Released

On May 31, a tanker truck drove into a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The truck was driven by a Russian-speaking US citizen Bogdan Vechirko. He was arrested, but released on June 2, awaiting further investigation, writes Bring Me the News. Bogdan’s wife says ...

In California, immigrants saved a Russian restaurant from pogroms

A picture from the United States spread on social networks, which shows how the men lined up in front of a bar-restaurant called Pushkin Russia, protecting the place from the rioters. About this writes EADaily. One of the first photos was posted on Facebook by a Russian from Tallinn, the head of the Antifascist Committee of Estonia ...

A Russian-speaking resident of Minnesota drove a truck into a crowd of protesters: what is known about him

On May 31, a truck drove into a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the wheel of a car was a citizen of the United States, presumably of Ukrainian origin, Bogdan Vechirko. At the scene of the incident, a rally was held against police brutality, provoked by the death of George Floyd - an African American who died May 25 after ...

Is it possible to forget the native language in immigration: personal experience

“Probably each of you has such acquaintances who, after a couple of weeks of living abroad, begin to distort words and sigh languidly as they forget Russian,” the author of the blog Simple America writes on Yandex.Dzen. Further - from the first person I am for 6,5 ...

Ukrainian-American startup 'revived' children's book: how it looks and works

Ukrainian-American startup published a famous Ukrainian fairy tale in an unusual format. The gingerbread man comes to life right while re-reading a fairy tale, writes Voice of America. Here is the book "Gingerbread Man". It looks like a regular edition. But if you put your smartphone on the text, the fairy tale comes to life. This is called the augmented reality format and ...

6 reckless financial habits of Americans that surprise our

What surprises our people in the financial habits of Americans, said the author of the blog “Normal Money” on Yandex.Zen. Next - from the first person. “Rule one: never lose money. Rule two: never forget the first rule ", - these are the words of Warren Buffett - perhaps ...

'Come along' pay less: 7 unexpected discoveries about moving to the United States on a work visa

Motivation, Compensation and Benefits Manager (C&B Manager) at GlobalLogic, Ekaterina Zyuz talked about moving to the United States on a work visa and debunked several myths on the subject. The editors of MC.today publish the most interesting of the interviews. Next - from the first person. Opening 1. ...

'Crazy prices, terrible quality': a Russian-speaking IT executive spoke about the cost of living in California

Interesting facts about the quality of communication in Silicon Valley, public transport and American health care are offered by Lifehacker. The new guest of the “Spent” podcast - Ruslan Fazlyev, head of Ecwid and X ‑ Cart, one of the heroes of the sensational film about Silicon Valley by Yuri Dudy, is already ...

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