Не известно куда эти корабли движутся, но они готовы к бою
2:50 вечера EDT на 14 октября, весь российский Северный флот пришел в движение. Все корабли и подводные лодки Северного флота вышли в море.
Эйстейн Боген из Норвегии говорит, что такого большого количества российских кораблей и подводных лодок там еще не видели, а местные рыбаки в Баренцевом море, даже "в страхе за свою жизнь."
Источники в Пентагоне подтвердили SuperStation95, что россияне вывели весь свой флот из всех военно-морских баз (на карте ниже):
Haiti: Aid trucks looted as UN chief assesses hurricane damage
Angry Haitians looted aid trucks as the UN secretary general visited parts of the country hit by Hurricane Matthew, which killed 900 people.
Ban Ki-moon said he witnessed a looting incident in Les Cayes, where he promised more aid to Haiti. He also urged countries to donate more.
Officials say more than 1.4 million people urgently need humanitarian help.
There are also fears of a cholera outbreak, with spikes in cases and deaths reported in the south west.
The waterborne disease reached the island via Nepalese UN troops after the deadly earthquake in 2010, causing the deaths of nearly 10,000 people.
Tensions have been high as help has yet to reach many families whose crops and water supplies have been destroyed.
Haitian police and UN peacekeepers used tear gas to disperse a group of 100 residents who attacked humanitarian convoys in Les Cayes on Saturday.
"We understand the impatience and the anger of the population who are waiting for emergency relief. We are doing all we can to facilitate the arrival of the assistance soon as possible," Mr Ban said.
He flew over areas hit by the hurricane alongside Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles.
"I was very, very sad when we saw the complete devastation. But people the world over stand with you," the UN chief added.
"We are going to mobilize as many resources and as much medical support as we can to first of all stop the cholera epidemic and second support the families of the victims."