All coins have a common reverse and country-specific national obverse. The coin has been used since and was not redesigned in as were the higher-value coins. The coin dates from , when euro coins and banknotes were introduced in the twelve-member eurozone and its related territories. Despite this, a few coins were issued beginning in
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Web pages for Kremlin. Roscomnadzor claimed that the US company has failed to delete posts depicting teenage suicide, pornography and drug use despite having been sent more than 28, takedown requests. But some believe the harmful content refers to posts by supporters of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny calling for anti-government rallies. Roskomnadzor, Moscow's media watchdog, said the disruption was intended to 'protect Russian citizens' after the platform failed to comply with thousands of requests to delete the illegal content. The watchdog said the disruption would amount to a 'slowdown in service speed' for all mobile users and half of desktop users, later adding that it would only affect photo and video content. The Kremlin has been cracking down on US tech giants, including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, in recent months for hosting content which supports jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
The coins of every Euro country have a common reverse and each has a country-specific national obverse. The coin has been used since and was not redesigned in as was the case with the higher-value coins. The coin dates from , when euro coins and banknotes were introduced in the member eurozone and its related territories. The common side was designed by Luc Luycx , a Belgian artist who won a Europe-wide competition to design the new coins. The design of the 1- to 5-cent coins was intended to show the European Union 's EU place in the world relative to Africa and Asia , as opposed to the one- and two-euro coins showing the 15 states as one and the to cent coins showing separate EU states.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline. Named Cygnus-X-1, it was the first black hole confirmed by astronomers, after first being discovered in when two Geiger counters were sent to space on a rocket. Thanks to a combination of new techniques and more advanced telescopes, including the continent sized Very Long Baseline Array, astronomers have been able to determine that the stellar phenomenon is 21 times the mass of the Sun. Astronomers from Curtin University in Australia say this is the record for a black hole that has been directly observed as a result of matter falling into it.