A new package of EU sanctions will not affect the work of Russian banks, because they can't borrow on the Western markets for several months. About the Agency ITAR-TASS said two sources close to those sanctioned by credit institutions.
"In fact, borrowing became inaccessible to us back in March, when the background of the situation in Crimea value of loans and currency was too high. So compared with July, the situation will not change for us," said one source. The second interviewee said that after July 31, imposed sanctions against the financial sector, the Bank was unable to raise funds even for one day. "Therefore, the reduction of time has no impact," said he.
on 12 September the European Union has published a list of Russian companies against which imposed new sanctions. Under the constraints has got the oil sector (company Rosneft, Transneft and Gazprom Neft) and defense ("Uralvagonzavod", "Oboronprom" and United aircraft Corporation).
Also in the sanctions list last five Russian banks - Sberbank, VTB, Gazprombank, Vnesheconombank and the Russian agricultural Bank. Residents of the EU will not be able to provide them with loans, and to conduct operations with new issues of bonds and other securities with maturity more than 30 days. In the previous package of sanctions envisaged limitation on transactions with securities with a maturity of more than 90 days.
Parents who joined Islamist groups, brought from all regions of the country — especially from Chechnya and Dagestan — about 350 children, said the Ombudsman under the RF President on the rights of the child Anna Kuznetsova. So, the lists from Dagestan has over 200 names, and this is only the official data.
Unidentified hackers leaking intimate photos of American actress Anne Hathaway. In some photos it is embodied in society naked man, presumably her husband, actor Adam Shulman. Apparently, the pictures were taken during rest and joint campaigns in a bath.
British and German scientists have decided, in their opinion, the problem glasses. Nobel prize winner Philip Anderson called this problem, actual for the last more than 50 years, "the deepest problem of solid state physics". A study published in the journal Physical Review X.