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Anger at the Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic, after the emergence of infections with the Corona virus among players and fans after the player organized the Adria Charity Show in Zadar, Croatia

According to the Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo, phrases have spread to several buildings in the city, wishing death to Djokovic, who is ranked first in the world, including: "We wish your death with Corona virus", "Death to Djokovic ... with greetings from Split".

Split is the hometown of the Djokovic, the Croatian coach, Goran Ivansevic, a former winner of the Wimbledon English championship, and the current coach of the Serbian Djokovic, who also announced his HIV infection, on Friday evening.

Ivansevic announced that he was infected with Coruna, a few days after Djokovic announced that he was HIV positive.

The city's local police began investigating the matter, but have yet to find out who posted these signs on the buildings.

The Croatian government had imposed strict restrictions on arrivals from neighboring Balkan countries, due to the high rate of infection with the Coruna virus, after Djokovic organized his charity tournament.

Croatian Purna Churic, Bulgarian Gregor Dimitrov and Serbian Viktor Troitsky were also infected with the Coruna virus, after they recently participated in the Adria Charitable Show Championship, which was supervised by Djokovic.

Source: Agencies

By:Nadeemy Haded

 

Today, Saturday, Russia recorded 188 new deaths from the Coruna virus, compared to 176 the previous day, while the number of infected people increased to 6852 compared to 6800 in a statistic on Friday, bringing the total number of cases to 627646.

According to the data of the Russian Anti-Corona Virus Operations Center, the total deaths increased to 8,986, while the total number of people recovering from the disease rose to 393,352 after registering 9,200 new recoveries during the last 24 hours.

The center stated that 30% of the newly infected people did not show symptoms of the virus.

Source agencies

By:Nadeemy Haded

 

With many of us aware of how important our health is more than ever, can hypnosis be the answer to getting rid of the habit of smoking addiction?

Quitting smoking comes with a host of benefits, from allowing breathing more easily to improving fertility.

Respiratory Therapist Susan Hepburn spoke to Express to discuss how mind power can help you stop smoking forever.

Hepburn said hypnosis is a mind-changing revolution: a simple technique that will rid you of addictive behaviors forever.

"Hypnosis can help in the most common unhealthy habits, an addiction that can be for a variety of things - food, smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, shopping, sex, computers, social media, etc. When it comes to addiction, it can There are many complex reasons why one feels compelled to take a break from real life and indulge in a fictional world. For some, the world of fiction is self-immersion more than once. ”

When asked about what exactly addiction is and why it is difficult to treat it, Susan replied: "Addiction is a compulsion to engage in a specific activity and to repeat this activity over and over again, to become unable to stop. Anyone can develop addiction. But the experience of addiction varies from person to person. This is because There are many factors - your personality and behavior, the circumstances of your life and the substance or behavior you are addicted to. "

Susan revealed that hypnotherapy allows you to reach your inner mind easily - the part of the mind that controls desire and impulses.

She added: "Once you get there, you will effectively delete the behaviors, emotional attachments and thoughts that cause your addictive behavior in the first place from your subconscious mind, whether it is alcohol, drugs, shopping, sex or anything else. This is like deleting files from a computer. It "reprograms" your mind with positive and healthy thoughts and behaviors that enhance life.

And when it comes to some of the changes that can happen to a person's mind and body, through the use of hypnosis, Susan said that after hypnotherapy, many clients reported feeling a completely new person. “The results are long-term and almost immediate,” she said. This is because hypnotherapy teaches you to reprogram your mind, and you will find it easy to identify and change your problematic addictive behavior, whatever the matter, and replace it with positive and healthy behavior patterns. "

The expert uses the method of hypnosis as a form of deep relaxation, but in this case it is possible to bypass the conscious mind and reach the subconscious, which can then be reprogrammed.

And when it comes to people who want to quit smoking using hypnosis, Susan explained: "Hypnosis works well with quitting smoking because it removes the feelings of guilt, anxiety, and stress associated with addiction. It is a simple but radical way to control your life without treatment. Most people People who suffer from addiction already know what to do in order to quit their addiction, but it all seems very difficult. Hypnosis can free anyone from any addiction, provided you have the motivation to want it yourself. It is also a way to control your life. , Restore your self-confidence and rebuild healthy and normal relationships with those close to you. "

Source: Express

By:Nadeemy Haded

 

Geologists from France and Australia studied the structure of the rocks of the French Kergolin archipelago in the southern regions of the Indian Ocean, and it became clear to them that there was a process of "continental embryo".

Terra Nova believes that the continental crust originates at the boundaries of continents and oceans, in areas called subduction sites, where the sheets of oceanic sheath dive into the Earth's mantle. After melting and mixing with the basic materials of the continental plates, granite magma is formed, which at its height forms the upper "granite" layer of the continents.

From a geological point of view, this outermost layer distinguishes the continents from the oceans: the relatively thin oceanic crust consists mainly of basaltic rocks formed as a result of the melt of mantle materials, while the continental crust is thicker and has a granite structure.

The results of the study, conducted by scientists in the volcanic archipelago of Kergolin located in the Indian Ocean close to Antarctica, show that granite magma, that is, the continental crust, can form not only in subduction areas, but also in the middle of the ocean. Researchers assume that it is in this way that new continents arise.

Since these islands are volcanic, they are basaltic rocks. But besides the traditional basalt rocks of the ocean, the researchers discovered the presence of acidic rocks - the traditional cyanite rocks. Therefore, researchers believe that the crust in the Kirgolin region is abnormally thick, as well as in continents.

It became clear to the researchers from the study of the composition of the discovered cyanite rocks, that they originated in the same way they originated in the continents in the form of layers, each of which was gradually raising the layers of the surrounding rocks. Radioactive carbon analysis showed that it was formed approximately 3.7 million years ago 11.6 - 7.9 million years ago.

Researchers have formulated their hypothesis in the following way: the presence of cyanite rocks in the islands of the Kergolin archipelago is actually a "continental embryo" that will become a whole continent after millions of years.

Source: Novosti

By:Nadeemy Haded

 

Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo sent an important message before confronting Bologna, Monday evening, in the first match for Juventus after the resumption of the league, and after the defeat in the Italian Cup final against Naples.

Ronaldo posted a photo during Juventus training, on his page on the social networking site "Facebook", and commented on it: "Never give up, always focus on the next goal, all of them together."

This motivational message comes after Juventus was defeated by Napoli by a penalty shootout (2-4) in the Italian Cup final last Wednesday at the Olympic Stadium.

Juventus topped the league list, with 63 points, after the 26th round matches of "Calcio", just one point ahead of his closest rivals and rivals for the "Escudito" this season, and his Lazio runner-up, who is visiting Atalanta, next Wednesday.

While Bologna is ranked tenth on the league table, with 34 points.

Source: Agencies

By:Nadeemy Haded

 

New York police suspended the work of one of its officers, after he appeared in a video spread on the Internet kneeling on the neck of a man with dark skin while in detention.

"After a prompt investigation by the Office of Internal Affairs, the work of a police officer involved in the strangulation during detention was suspended in Queens," New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said in a Twitter post.

"While the investigation is still ongoing, I have no doubt that such an immediate measure is necessary," Chia added.

The video clip showed several officers tied a man lying on his stomach, and one of the officers appeared to wrap his arm around the man's neck.

PC News reported that the man was hospitalized late Sunday.

The New York Police Department banned the technique of "strangling while in detention" in 1993, but George Floyd's death in Minneapolis on May 25 put police tactics and tactics back into the spotlight again.

Source: Reuters

By:Nadeemy Haded

 

Anton Demchenko, head of investor relations department at Gazprom, stated that the Russian company is still planning to pump gas into the "North Stream-2" pipeline at the end of 2020 or at the beginning of 2021.

The official added today during a video conference, that the project, which aims to connect two gas pipelines from Russia to Germany across the bottom of the Baltic Sea, is now under pressure (by the United States).

And members of the US Senate earlier had submitted a new draft sanctions against everyone who contributes to the extension of the "North Stream-2" line, a Russian project that aims to extend two gas pipelines with a capacity of 55 billion cubic meters annually from Russia to Germany across the bottom of the Baltic Sea.

The project is opposed by Ukraine, the Baltic states, Poland and the United States, and the latter seeks to sell liquefied gas produced by its companies, to the European Union, and reduce the influence of Russian gas in the European market.

The project is currently being implemented, and at the end of last year the United States imposed sanctions on it, prompting a Swiss company responsible for laying the pipeline to stop its participation in the "North Stream-2".

Source: "Novosti"

By:Nadeemy Haded

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