Daily Archives: April 16, 2017

The oldest man in the world died in Italy at the age of 117 years

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Italian journalist Emma Murano, who is the world’s oldest woman and the last born of the 19th century, died Saturday at the age of 117, Italian media reported.

Murano lived in northern Italy and was born on November 29, 1899, four years before the brothers saw the first flight in the sky by plane. Its life extended for three centuries, two world wars and more than 90 Italian governments.

The Italian Ansa and Agi said the Mourinho family and friends had reported her death.

Oil and natural gas leak from a well in Alaska

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A spokesman for the US oil company BP said on Thursday that a leak of crude oil has occurred in the North Slope area of ‚Äč‚ÄčAlaska.

The leakage from an oil well in the direction of the cold arid tundra plains in the north, but the volume of leaks so far is still unknown, the US news network ABC News reported.

The network said other quantities of natural gas were leaking from the site along with crude oil and investigations were underway to find out the causes of the accident.

A spokesman for Alaska’s local authorities said the clean-up would only begin after the leak from the oil well had stopped.

Algerian government plans to cut imports by 15 billion dollars in 2017

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Algeria plans to cut its imports by 10 to 15 billion dollars by 2017, Algerian Minister of Housing, Urbanism,

“The government will seek to reduce the import bill, which reached 56 billion dollars in 2015 and decreased to 46.7 billion dollars in 2016, and will make the value of imports reach,” Tibon said at a press conference on the sidelines of the exhibition “Developing and Encouraging National Production” which will be held on April 15-17. To $ 30 billion by the end of 2017.

In this regard, the minister stressed the need to develop small and medium enterprises, which are “an important factor” to push the national economy and create jobs.

Concerning the import of consumer goods, which weighs heavily on the trade balance, the minister called for the consumption of the Algerian product. He said that “the import of consumables cost a lot of money to the state in hard currency.” He called for encouraging local production by consuming local products

Officially: France grants citizenship to 28 Senegalese shooters

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Twenty-eight former Singaporean shooters were formally granted on Saturday after six decades of French citizenship because of the independence of the African colonies from France.

In the banquet hall of the Elysee presidential palace, President Francois Hollande presided over the ceremony in honor of the former fighters of the French army in Indochina or Algeria, who became their age in the 1980s.

The group included 23 Senegalese, two Congolese, two others from the Central African Republic and one from the Ivory Coast.

After the French national anthem, Hollande handed over the decree, which states that he is French.

“It took a long battle for France to agree to reform this injustice,” the French president admitted. “You are the history of France and it is a city,” he said.

“It is the fruit of a long battle,” said Isata Sik, assistant mayor of Pondi, which is responsible for Senegalese veterans. Sick has launched a petition on the Internet that has collected more than 60,000 signatures within 15 days, including the signatures of a number of personalities.

They are retired and have only normal residence permits and have no choice but to stay on French soil and their departure to Senegal to spend the rest of their lives with their families means depriving them of their small retirement pay, “she said. Similar ceremonies will be held in the districts in which they live.

Hollande stressed that “all former shooters who live in France and apply will receive the same response.” The Elysee said they numbered only a few dozen.

Human chain on the Bosphorus Strait rejects amendments to the Turkish constitution

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Hundreds of Turks gathered near the Bosporus to express their rejection of constitutional amendments granting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan broad powers. Sky News said more than 300 protesters had formed a symbolic human chain on the European side of the strait separating Asia from Europe.

If approved, the referendum could bring the biggest change in Turkey’s system of government since the founding of the modern republic nearly a century ago, and allow Erdogan to remain in office until 2029. Opinion polls showed Thursday a slight margin for supporters of the amendments by 51.5 percent.

Erdogan says strengthening the presidency will avoid the instability of coalition governments at a time of security threats from fundamentalist militants and Kurdish militants, but opposition opponents say it is a step towards “more dictatorship.”

Joint pain and heart disorders health problems caused by daily stress

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Dr. Asmaa Abdel-Azim, a psychologist and family relations expert, said that the psychological pressures that a person experiences daily, whether family, social or work pressure, can lead to serious health problems and bad mental illnesses if ignored. Affects the human and the absence of physical symptoms caused by mental fatigue.

In a special statement to “Day Seven”, the psychologist said that the health problems include a number of diseases that we complained about a lot, and we do not know why they may return to stress such as joint pain, headache, hyperglycemia, heart arrhythmia, Squeeze the nervous system and cause jitter of the limbs.

Asma Abdel-Azim confirmed that all this is a result of the stress and anxiety that arises from the pressure on the human, and this can cause psychological problems, such as a state of emotional sensitivity and tantrums and the emergence of nervous trends, and increases when not addressed and up to the incidence of depression and mood and lack of Efficiency of work, productivity and unwillingness to practice life activities.

Asma ‘Abd al-Azim recommended that everyone should relax when exposed to pressure and rest on a comfortable bed or chair, drinking cold water and getting close to spirituality such as worship, and trying not to be affected by pressure, but to be an influential member away from negative emotions and think about how to reduce the pressure

Turks vote in referendum on expanding Erdogan’s power

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Turkish voters cast their ballots on Sunday in a referendum that could give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers and pave the way for the most powerful change in Turkey’s political system in its modern history.

Opinion polls gave a narrow lead to the yes-vote camp, which would lead to a strong presidency replacing Turkey’s parliamentary democratic system and possibly keep Erdogan in power until at least 2029.

The outcome will also determine Turkey’s tense relations with the EU. Turkey, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), has reduced the influx of immigrants, particularly refugees from war in both Syria and Iraq, into the European Union, but Erdogan says he may review the deal after the referendum.

The number of voters eligible to cast their ballots at 16,740 polling stations across Turkey is around 55 million. Polling stations will open at 7 am (0400 GMT) in the east and close at 5 pm (1400 GMT). Turkish voters abroad have already voted.

The referendum led to a major division of the population. Erdogan and his supporters say the amendments are necessary to reform the current constitution, drafted by generals following a military coup in 1980, to meet Turkey’s security and political challenges and avoid the fragile coalition governments of the past.

Opponents say it is a step toward increasing tyranny in a country where some 40,000 people have been arrested and 120,000 dismissed or suspended in a campaign following a failed coup in July, drawing criticism from Turkey’s Western allies and rights groups. Relations between Turkey and Europe deteriorated to a low level during the referendum campaign when European Union countries, including Germany and the Netherlands, banned Turkish ministers from organizing rallies to support the amendments.

Erdogan described the moves as “Nazi acts” and said Turkey could reconsider relations with the EU after many years of seeking to join him.

What time Chelsea v Manchester United today and channels of the carrier

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Manchester United beat Chelsea on Sunday in the 33rd round of the English Premier League at Old Trafford, a stronghold of the Red Devils.

Chelsea and Manchester United meet today

The 33rd Premier League match between Manchester United and Chelsea starts at 5 pm on Old Trafford and will be broadcast on BEIN SPORTS HD 2.

Chelsea hope to boost their lead in English Premier League table

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is seeking to strengthen his Premier League lead with 77 points after Tottenham Hotspur narrowed the gap between the two teams in the Premier League to four points by beating Bournemouth 4-0. .

While Manchester United are looking to snatch the three points in hopes of advancing to fourth place in the Premier League, where they are currently in sixth place with 57 points, a difference of goals from Everton, who rose to fifth place after his victory yesterday on Burnley.

Iranian vice president running for president

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Iranian vice president running for president

Iranian Vice President Ishaq Jahangizi presented his candidacy papers hours before the closing of the candidacy on Saturday.

Observers believe that reformist Jahangiri, 60, is part of a plan prepared by the reformist Front to secure an alternative if Rowhani is excluded by the Guardian Council, which checks candidates’ names, while others believe he may be trying to polish his image before running for office. In 2021. Following his candidacy, Jahangiri said: “Rohani and I are side by side.”

The last day of the candidacy bore many surprises for the reformist front, where Rafsanjani’s brother Mohammad Hashemi and Rouhani’s deputy were nominated and Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, Tehran’s mayor, was re-elected at the last minute.

Ruhani’s rival, the main hardline cleric and judge Ibrahim Hashemi, submitted his candidacy on Friday. Altogether, there were 1,636 people, including 137 women.

Saturday, April 15, 2017, the deadline for registration of nominations for the Iranian presidential election, and the number of registered more than 1600 people

New events expected Wednesday in Venezuela

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New events expected Wednesday in Venezuela

The “Democratic Unity Table,” the broad coalition of Maduro’s opponents, reiterated Wednesday that it would organize “the mother of all demonstrations.”

Opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and supporters have called for new protests on Wednesday, two weeks after clashes between police and protesters killed five people and arrested 117 others.

Maduro is responding to the efforts of the opposition that wants to sack him, while the country is experiencing a severe economic crisis caused by the decline in oil prices, which are the main source of the country’s resources.

The opposition is demanding that the authorities set a date for the elections of state governors that have been postponed. It is also angered by the limitations on its legislative powers and the denial of one of its top leaders, Enrique Caprilis, to run for the next presidential election.

The election of state governors was postponed indefinitely last December, while municipal elections are expected to take place later this year, while the country is experiencing a state of political chaos