Bölüm başkanı, Mk-83 bombalarını güdüml Alanya
Hava bombaları (KGK) için bir parti lazer güdüm kiti Türk Hava Kuvvetleri envanterine aktarıldı.
Bölüm başkanı, Mk-83 bombalarını güdümlü havadan karaya seyir füzelerine dönüştüren bir sonraki KGK partisinin Türk Hava Kuvvetleri'ne teslim edildiğini yazdı.
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Türkiye, Sevgililer Günü için dünyanın 22 ülkesine toplam 70 milyon kesme çiçek tedarik edecek
Türkiye'den kesme çiçek için ana pazarlar Hollanda, İngiltere, Almanya ve Ukrayna'dır.
Çiçek teslimatı için hazırlıklar 25 Ocak'ta başladı.
Çiçek yetiştirmeye yönelik başlıca seralar Antalya ilinde bulunmaktadır.
Üreticiler ağırlıklı olarak karanfil olmak üzere kırmızı çiçeklere odaklanıyor.
İşçi, şefe "koronavirüs tükürüğü" bulaştırmaya çalıştı
Bir araba bayisi çalışanı, COVID-19 hastasından aldığı çayına tükürüğü karıştırarak patronunu öldürmeye çalıştı.
Araba galerisinin sahibi ve eşi, suikast girişiminin koşullarını kolluk kuvvetlerine anlattıktan sonra polis koruması aldı.
Unverdi, onu son derece sofistike bir şekilde öldürmeye çalıştıklarını söyledi. Ona göre, bir araba bayisinin eski bir çalışanı, koronavirüs bulaşmış bir adamdan 70 dolara bir şişe tükürük satın aldı ve patrona gizlice çay ekledi. Ancak Unverdi içeceği asla içmedi, bu yüzden enfekte olmadı.
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Abartmadan, harika ve sevilen turistlerin ana cazibesi Alanya. Elbette bu şehre gelen hemen hemen her ziyaretçi 13. yüzyılın antik Alanya kalesini inceledi. Bana öyle geliyor ki, aynı zamanda herkes aynı anda harabelere güçlü bir tarihsel ilgi göstermedi. Sadece kalenin tesisin tam merkezinde yer alması ve özel bir şey yapmasına gerek kalmaması - bacakların kendileri kentin etrafındaki yürüyüşler sırasında duvarlarına çıkacak.
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More than 600,000 health workers in Turkey have received their first doses of COVID-19 shots developed by China's Sinovac during the first two days of the country's vaccination program
Greater Force Behind Interior Design and Architectural Projects: ALGEDRA
Algedra Group continues its presence in numerous unique and innovative residential, commercial, hospitality and office projects.
Algedra is the most reputable and recognized as one of the most iconic brands in the GCC & MENA, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, New York, London, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Africa throughout the world and top interior design company and architectural firm; has branches in New York, Dubai, London and Istanbul.
Since the day it was founded, it was designed many branded residences, villas, hotels, multi-purpose social facilities and hospitals with different functions and concepts by following the ever-changing design trends, in the light of the knowledge and experience that it has acquired.
They see their achievements and the awards they have been deemed worthy as a natural result of their service with staffs, those of which are expert in the field. Because they are contemplative that thinking about an extraordinary project can only be achieved with the harmonious work of a professional team.
Mohab Ayoub, CEO of Algedra Group says ‘’Every sector has its own stars, there is nothing happier than to be one of them in the success of interior design; expecially when your competitors in the market imitate you, this shows you that you are on a right path ’’ on success of company.
The goal of the Algedra is to magnify the spread of interior design and architectural projects by applying new approaches and technics. It aims to provide an unique and innovative platform for clients, so that people around the globe can gain a better understanding of the interior designs impact on their psychology, and nourish a desire to create a better place for themselves. The essence of this goal is a belief that there is no greater force for changing our inner world than a powerful home decor and architecture.
The architects, interior designers, engineers and project managers at Algedra serve their clients in professional teams for analyzing lands and sites, fixing the correct concepts and planning, implementing the ideas of the projects, and project management.
Basing its designs each time on a particular theme and philosophy, Algedra creates structures and interiors that have stories of their own. The inspiration behind Algedra’s projects consist of structures that will operate in a grand lands or flats system as opposed to the usual condominiums. Far from following the ordinary appearance of the home outlook, Algedra aims to create structures that will blend into the simple and luxury setting rather than dull.
The main goal to be achieved by the design of projects are a balanced combination of styles with the gifts of creative thinking in an area that has become home to a fast growing construction industry.
This is the secret of the greatest achievements of Algedra; a masterful crafted villas, powerful portrait of designing interiors and decor, cleverly intertwined of styles.
Türkiye'de 2500 Yıllık Afrodit Tapınağı Keşfedildi
İzmir'in Urla, Çeşme ve Seferihisar ilçelerinin bazı kısımlarını kapsayan bölge araştırıldıktan sonra, 16'sı Geç Neolitik dönemden olmak üzere 35 antik yerleşim bulundu. Bunların arasında MÖ 6. yüzyıldan kalma Afrodit tapınağının kalıntıları da vardı.
Kazıya liderlik eden Mimar Sinan Sanat Üniversitesi'nden arkeolog Elif Koparal'a göre, antik Yunan aşk, güzellik ve tutku tanrıçası o zamanın en saygı duyulan tanrıçalarından biriydi.
Ekiple birlikte, kazıların devam ettiği birkaç yıl boyunca yerel halkla işbirliği yaptı. Değerli eserlerin kaçakçılardan ve yasadışı hazine avcılarından korunmasına yardımcı oldular.
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Bamford scores again as Leeds beat Crystal Palace - The42
Jack Harrison was also on target in a 2-0 win for Marcelo Bielsa’s side.
JACK HARRISON AND Patrick Bamford scored in either half as Leeds beat Crystal Palace 2-0 to climb into the Premier Leagues top 10. Harrisons deflected shot gave Leeds a flying start and Bamford tucked home a rebound for his 12th league goal of the season early in the second period. Leeds secured their 10th top-flight win of the season and gained sweet revenge for a 4-1 defeat at Selhurst Park in November. They should have won by a bigger margin after spurning several chances, but registered a first clean sheet in seven matches this year. Palace, who arrived in freezing West Yorkshire on the back of two straight league wins, were a clear second best for most of the match. Eberechi Ezes individual brilliance was too fleeting to halt a Leeds onslaught, while the Londoners lacked a cutting edge in the absence of injured top scorer Wilfried Zaha. Leeds were quick to punish Palace for allowing them too much space on the edge of the penalty area when Harrisons well-struck shot deflected off Gary Cahill to give the home side a third-minute lead. Vicente Guaita was forced into a sprawling low save soon after to turn away Bamfords excellent header from Ezgjan Alioskis cross. Bamford should have extended Leeds advantage in the 22nd minute after out-witting the Palace defence on the halfway line. But after spinning Cahill for a free run on goal, the Leeds striker ballooned his shot tamely off target. Be partof the team Access exclusive podcasts, interviews and analysis with a monthly or annual membership. Become a Member Palace began to pose more of a threat as the first period progressed, with Ezes individual brilliance keeping Leeds rearguard on their toes. Jordan Ayew fired the Londoners first shot on target low into Illan Mesliers hands in the 36th minute. Leeds defender Pascal Struijk headed Raphinhas free-kick over the crossbar and somehow headed well wide from in front of goal after diving on to Kalvin Phillips cross. Palaces appeals for a penalty just before half-time when Ayling eased Ayew off Jairo Riedewalds throughball were waved away by referee Andre Marriner. Leeds made another fast start to the second period, extending their lead in the 52nd minute. Raphinhas thumping shot was well saved by Guaita and Bamford followed up to turn home the rebound from eight yards. Eze could have hauled Palace back into it in the 67th minute but he blazed substitute Michy Batshuayis cutback over the crossbar. Stuart Dallass fizzing low drive then forced a great save from Guaita and Harrisons angled effort struck the crossbar as Leeds chased a third goal.
Westlife break silence after it emerges band dropped by record label as they say ‘exciting new chapter’ ahe - The Irish Sun
WESTLIFE have broken their silence on being dropped by their record label - and vowed an exciting new chapter is ahead. It was revealed earlier today by The Irish Sun that Westlife had been dropped by their record label EMI. The band released a statement on their social media Westlife have been dropped by their record label EMI Every member of the band took to their social media platforms to share the news with their followers. They all shared the same statement where they explained that they have parted ways with the record label EMI. They also explained that they will be releasing a brand new album later this year. The statement started off saying: "Hi everyone. 'BIG NEWS' "We hope you are all safe and well. We have some big news we'd like to share with you. "Due to a change of leadership and a breakdown of contractual negotiations, we have party company with EMI records by mutual consent. "We enjoyed our time with the label and are very proud of the huge success we achieved together, including out no.1 album 'Spectrum' and we're humbled to be the label's biggest selling UK signed artist of the year." The band went on to say that they're excited for the "next chapter" as they teased a new album and world tour. 'EXCITING NEW CHAPTER' The statement continued: "This change now allows us to embark on a very exciting new chapter. "The next 18 months are shaping up to be our biggest yet including a groundbreaking global partnership which we will be announcing imminently. "We can also reveal we have started work on our brand new album due for release later this year." The statement continued saying: "Lastly, the most exciting part of all, is that we get to see all of you again and it's been a long time coming, as we embark on our biggest ever world tour. "This will take us across five continents including a sold-out Wembley Stadium and for the first time ever, we will be bringing out live shows to America. "In the meantime, everybody stay safe and we'll see you all very soon. Love Nicky, Shane, Kian, Mark." Westlife have said they are releasing a brand new album later this year
History of vaccines offers guidance on COVID-19 prevention in pregnant women - News-Medical.Net
Pregnant women, who are at increased risk of preterm birth or pregnancy loss if they develop a severe case of COVID-19, need the best possible guidance on whether they should receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to an article by two UT Southwestern obstetric…
Pregnant women, who are at increased risk of preterm birth or pregnancy loss if they develop a severe case of COVID-19, need the best possible guidance on whether they should receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to an article by two UT Southwestern obstetricians published today in JAMA. That guidance can take lessons from what is already known about other vaccines given during pregnancy. In the Viewpoint article, Emily H. Adhikari, M.D., and Catherine Y. Spong, M.D., describe how the available safety and effectiveness data, basic science of mRNA vaccines, and long history of successful administering of other vaccines in pregnant women worldwide sets the backdrop for obstetricians to outline the potential benefits of COVID-19 prevention with their patients. Vaccines against diseases such as influenza and whooping cough have shown to be lifesaving for women and newborns when administered to pregnant women. The pertussis vaccine reduced whooping cough, a potentially fatal respiratory illness in infants, by 85 percent compared with waiting until after pregnancy. Influenza vaccination during pregnancy reduced both mother and infant influenza illness by 20 and 30 percent, respectively. Although it is not known what level of infant protection might be provided against COVID-19 by maternal vaccination, Adhikari says the potential for protection exists. In the article, Adhikari and Spong describe how pregnant and lactating women were excluded from clinical trials during the development of COVID-19 vaccines due to concerns over liability. As a result, guidance issued by professional organizations on the topic has been limited, leaving physicians responsible for discussing the pros and cons with patients based on benefits of other vaccines used during pregnancy, evidence from COVID-19 vaccine trials in nonpregnant patients, and basic vaccine science suggesting safety for the fetus. We still need granular data on safety in pregnancy and data that shows no adverse pregnancy outcomes." Emily H. Adhikari, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UT Southwestern Medical Center "But without that data, we still have to care for our patients. It's not something where we can just wait," says Spong, a UTSW professor of obstetrics and gynecology, who will speak about the issue in a virtual JAMA panel discussion today at 2 p.m. EST. astern Standard Time. Both the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine have advocated for making COVID-19 vaccines available to pregnant and lactating women. The World Health Organization on Jan. 26 recommended against vaccinating pregnant women using the Moderna vaccine except in select circumstances, but three days later revised its statement to more permissive language, supporting offering the vaccine to pregnant women at high risk of exposure or with comorbidities in consultation with their health care provider. However, the change in language caused significant anxiety despite no concerning data that was made available. "I am very supportive of any woman who decides to get the vaccine," Adhikari says. "I fully support that woman's choice. I understand if a woman decides she's not ready for the vaccine, but I also think it's an opportunity for education about vaccines in general." Adhikari previously published a study of 3,374 pregnant women, including 252 who had contracted COVID-19 during pregnancy and 3,122 who tested negative. They found no increase in adverse pregnancy outcomes overall. But among the 5 percent of pregnant women who were hospitalized for COVID-19 respiratory illness, preterm births increased. The Viewpoint article reviews how the major risks to a pregnancy are from maternal respiratory illness from COVID-19, and states that prevention is key. "Women who are pregnant, who have severe respiratory distress, who need significant oxygen support - some intubated for months - have most risk to the pregnancy," says Spong, who holds the Gillette Professorship of Obstetrics and Gynecology. For a wider context, the piece reviews how the messenger RNA vaccines proved safe and effective in preventing COVID-19, and that the same technology has been tested in trials for prevention or treatment of other diseases. "We are doing ongoing data collection to demonstrate what we anticipate but have not shown - that this vaccine is safe in pregnant women, does not result in harm, and results in no difference in pregnancy outcomes," Adhikari says. "It's important for us to study that. That's going to help establish an evidence basis that will allow the public and clinicians to feel more comfortable with the vaccine." UT Southwestern Medical Center Adhikari, E.H., et al. (2021) COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnant and Lactating Women. JAMA.doi.org/10.1001/jama.2021.1658.