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Gilles Simon lost in three sets (6-0, 6-3, 6-2) to Croatian Marin Cilic, Saturday, May 28, in the third round of the Roland-Garros Open on the Philippe-Chatrier court. Embarrassed by pain in the adductors, Alizé Cornet had to give up earlier against the Chinese Qinwen Zheng. And Léolia Jeanjean had, at the end of the morning, lost in two sets against the Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu. Hugo Gaston represents the last tricolor hopes this evening against Holger Rune, the young nugget of Danish tennis.

Among the favourites, the world number one, Iga Swiatek, qualified without difficulty. Medvedev (2nd) did not shake against the Serbian Kecmanovic either.

Gilles Simon lost in three sets (6-0, 6-3, 6-2) against Croatian Marin Cilic.

Gilles Simon could not do anything against the Croatian Marin Cilic in the third round of the Roland-Garros Open. The Niçois, who never managed to shake up his opponent, lost in three dry sets (6-0, 6-3, 6-2). At 37, the Frenchman, who was playing his 17e and last Roland-Garros, nevertheless benefited from the support of the public throughout the match, but the Croatian was this time too strong. Thanks to her powerful serve, the number 20 seed dictated the rhythm of the exchanges and forced Simon to wear himself out in defense.

In the third set, the French took advantage of his opponent’s slowdown to come back a little in the game, but he had to call the trainer because of pain in his right thigh. In the round of 16, Marin Cilic will find the Russian Daniil Medvedev.

Alizé Cornet was severely beaten (6-0, 3-0 and abandonment) by the Chinese Qinwen Zheng.

On the Philippe-Chatrier court, Alize Cornet (40e in the WTA ranking) was forced to retire on Saturday against the Chinese Qinwen Zheng (74e) – falling from Romania’s Simona Halep -, while the French was trailing 6-0, 3-0. Bandaged in both thighs due to pain in the adductors contracted in the previous round, the French number one was never able to express herself in this meeting.

Taken by the throat from the first exchanges by her opponent, the Niçoise fought; but the young Chinese (19), who will face the Polish Iga Swiatek, world number one, in the next round, had an almost perfect match, committing very few faults.

Léolia Jeanjean (227th in the world at the WTA) was beaten severely (6-1, 6-4 in 1h25) by the Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu (63rd), in the third round of the Roland-Garros Internationals.

The hierarchy was respected on the Suzanne-Lenglen court in the match between the French Leolia Jeanjean (227e at the WTA) to the Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu (63e). Caught up by the pressure, Jeanjean was beaten severely (6-1, 6-4 in 1:25). Often exceeded in the exchange – 27 unforced errors in total – the former hope of tricolor tennis only really started to let go of his blows at the very end of the match.

At 26, Léolia Jeanjean leaves Roland-Garros with a few certainties. Her achievement against Pliskova (8e) in the previous round made her the lowest-ranked player to beat a top-10 female player in the Parisian Grand Slam since Conchita Martinez in 1988.

Read also: Roland-Garros: Frenchwoman Léolia Jeanjean rewinds time
The Polish has still not lost a set in this Roland-Garros 2022.

– Two games lost in the first round, two more in the second and… eight in the third. Facing the Montenegrin Danka Kovinic (95e world), the number 1 in the WTA ranking Iga Swiatek this time made the pleasure last (6-3, 7-5), but continued his journey in this Roland-Garros by signing a 31e consecutive victory on the circuit.

However, everything was not perfect for the Pole in this third round. A little nervous and guilty of some unusual unforced errors, the winner of the 2020 edition of Roland-Garros even conceded her white serve in the second set when she had made the break and was quietly heading for victory – thing done three games later.

Daniil Medvedev for his part, easily passed his first big test of the tournament by defeating the Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic (31e world), 6-2, 6-4, 6-2. Arrived in Paris without landmarks and with only one match played on clay – a defeat in Geneva against Richard Gasquet – the world number 2 perfectly mastered the meeting, not conceding his serve once during the game.

The Russian is having a rather quiet start to the fortnight, and hasn’t lost a single set in his first three games. This bodes well for anyone who reached the quarter-finals of the tournament last season.

Jannick Sinner got rid of the American Mackenzie McDonald (60e world) in three sets (6-3, 7-6, 6-3). Without flaunting all his talent – ​​which he has greatly extended – the placid Italian player (12e in the standings) has lost only one set since the start of the tournament. In the round of 16, he will face the Russian Andrey Rublev (7e), winner a few minutes later in the pain of the eye-catching Chilean Cristian Garin (6-4, 3-6, 6-2, 7-6).

Read also: Roland-Garros: outside the courts, the Russian Andrey Rublev goes to the net

Swiatek is the last survivor of the Top 10 in the women’s draw. Paula Badosa (4e) indeed saw her Roland-Garros stop in the third round, she who gave up against the Russian Veronika Kudermetova (6-3, 2-1).

The Spaniard, visibly affected in the right knee, had requested a medical break at the end of the first round. She finally decided to give up after losing her serve in the second set. Badosa probably paid for her battle in the previous round against Slovenian Kaja Juvan (7-5, 3-6, 6-2).

Read also: Roland-Garros: the permanent bustle of the women’s circuit

“It’s a pure joy to have been able to live this kind of moment. (…) I had a great time, probably the best of my life, so I’m very happy”

Léolia Jeanjean only wanted to retain the best of her week at Roland-Garros. Eliminated by the Romanian Begu on Saturday, the former great tricolor hope, struck down by an injury in her teens, won the hearts of Porte d’Auteuil supporters and gave a little shine to a very dull French tennis for two years.

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Or the number of minutes spent on the Philippe-Chatrier court by Alizé Cornet against the Chinese Qinwen Zheng. Injured in the adductors, the French, novelist in her spare time, gave up (6-to, 3-0) and will therefore not go to the round of 16 at Roland-Garros as in 2018 (against Caroline Garcia), her best performance on Parisian crushed brick.

Hubert Hurkacz (Poland, 13th) defeats David Goffin (Belgium) 7-5, 6-2, 6-1

Daria Kazatkina (Russie, 20e) bat Shelby Rogers (Etats-Unis) 6-3, 6-2

Jessica Pegula (Etats-Unis, 11e) bat Tamara Zidansek (Slovenia, 25e) 6-1, 7-6

Camila Giorgi (Italy, 30e) defeated Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus, 7e) 4-6, 6-1, 6-0

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Gilles Simon lost in three sets (6-0, 6-3, 6-2) against Croatian Marin Cilic.

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In the third set, the French took advantage of his opponent’s slowdown to come back a little in the game, but he had to call the trainer because of pain in his right thigh. In the round of 16, Marin Cilic will find the Russian Daniil Medvedev.

Alizé Cornet was severely beaten (6-0, 3-0 and abandonment) by the Chinese Qinwen Zheng.

On the Philippe-Chatrier court, Alize Cornet (40e in the WTA ranking) was forced to retire on Saturday against the Chinese Qinwen Zheng (74e) – falling from Romania’s Simona Halep -, while the French was trailing 6-0, 3-0. Bandaged in both thighs due to pain in the adductors contracted in the previous round, the French number one was never able to express herself in this meeting.

Taken by the throat from the first exchanges by her opponent, the Niçoise fought; but the young Chinese (19), who will face the Polish Iga Swiatek, world number one, in the next round, had an almost perfect match, committing very few faults.

Léolia Jeanjean (227th in the world at the WTA) was beaten severely (6-1, 6-4 in 1h25) by the Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu (63rd), in the third round of the Roland-Garros Internationals.

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At 26, Léolia Jeanjean leaves Roland-Garros with a few certainties. Her achievement against Pliskova (8e) in the previous round made her the lowest-ranked player to beat a top-10 female player in the Parisian Grand Slam since Conchita Martinez in 1988.

Read also: Roland-Garros: Frenchwoman Léolia Jeanjean rewinds time
The Polish has still not lost a set in this Roland-Garros 2022.

– Two games lost in the first round, two more in the second and… eight in the third. Facing the Montenegrin Danka Kovinic (95e world), the number 1 in the WTA ranking Iga Swiatek this time made the pleasure last (6-3, 7-5), but continued his journey in this Roland-Garros by signing a 31e consecutive victory on the circuit.

However, everything was not perfect for the Pole in this third round. A little nervous and guilty of some unusual unforced errors, the winner of the 2020 edition of Roland-Garros even conceded her white serve in the second set when she had made the break and was quietly heading for victory – thing done three games later.

Daniil Medvedev for his part, easily passed his first big test of the tournament by defeating the Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic (31e world), 6-2, 6-4, 6-2. Arrived in Paris without landmarks and with only one match played on clay – a defeat in Geneva against Richard Gasquet – the world number 2 perfectly mastered the meeting, not conceding his serve once during the game.

The Russian is having a rather quiet start to the fortnight, and hasn’t lost a single set in his first three games. This bodes well for anyone who reached the quarter-finals of the tournament last season.

Jannick Sinner got rid of the American Mackenzie McDonald (60e world) in three sets (6-3, 7-6, 6-3). Without flaunting all his talent – ​​which he has greatly extended – the placid Italian player (12e in the standings) has lost only one set since the start of the tournament. In the round of 16, he will face the Russian Andrey Rublev (7e), winner a few minutes later in the pain of the eye-catching Chilean Cristian Garin (6-4, 3-6, 6-2, 7-6).

Read also: Roland-Garros: outside the courts, the Russian Andrey Rublev goes to the net

Swiatek is the last survivor of the Top 10 in the women’s draw. Paula Badosa (4e) indeed saw her Roland-Garros stop in the third round, she who gave up against the Russian Veronika Kudermetova (6-3, 2-1).

The Spaniard, visibly affected in the right knee, had requested a medical break at the end of the first round. She finally decided to give up after losing her serve in the second set. Badosa probably paid for her battle in the previous round against Slovenian Kaja Juvan (7-5, 3-6, 6-2).

Read also: Roland-Garros: the permanent bustle of the women’s circuit

“It’s a pure joy to have been able to live this kind of moment. (…) I had a great time, probably the best of my life, so I’m very happy”

Léolia Jeanjean only wanted to retain the best of her week at Roland-Garros. Eliminated by the Romanian Begu on Saturday, the former great tricolor hope, struck down by an injury in her teens, won the hearts of Porte d’Auteuil supporters and gave a little shine to a very dull French tennis for two years.

44

Or the number of minutes spent on the Philippe-Chatrier court by Alizé Cornet against the Chinese Qinwen Zheng. Injured in the adductors, the French, novelist in her spare time, gave up (6-to, 3-0) and will therefore not go to the round of 16 at Roland-Garros as in 2018 (against Caroline Garcia), her best performance on Parisian crushed brick.

Hubert Hurkacz (Poland, 13th) defeats David Goffin (Belgium) 7-5, 6-2, 6-1

Daria Kazatkina (Russie, 20e) bat Shelby Rogers (Etats-Unis) 6-3, 6-2

Jessica Pegula (Etats-Unis, 11e) bat Tamara Zidansek (Slovenia, 25e) 6-1, 7-6

Camila Giorgi (Italy, 30e) defeated Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus, 7e) 4-6, 6-1, 6-0

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Professor of physics at the University of Pisa (Italy), Guido Tonelli took part in the adventure of the discovery of the so-called Higgs boson, at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN). He was in fact the spokesperson for the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment, one of the two experiments installed alongside the LHC particle accelerator, which discovered, in 2012, the last particle missing from the hunting board.

In Genesis (Dunod, 256 pages, 19.90 euros), the Italian researcher tells in seven stages how life appeared from the initial vacuum to human beings, passing through matter, light, stars, galaxies… For To explain some of the most delicate stages of this magnificent story, Guido Tonelli uses images and metaphors borrowed from the worlds of art, mythology or religion.

Why did you want to write a story of origins, as they are understood by contemporary science?

I talk a lot with religious people, and I realized through contact with them, but also by studying history, the importance of having accounts of origins. This knowledge of the sequence of each link is essential for humanity. It makes us stronger. And science provides the most complete and detailed account to explain the appearance of matter, stars, planets, life…

The Universe follows rules that science has gradually discovered. But beware, scientists should not be arrogant about religion. Faith and reason are two different things. Both bring important stories to men by reassuring them.

How can we be reassured to discover, while reading you, jets of destructive particles, explosions of stars, black holes which swallow everything, a gigantic expansion of space…?

Yes, it’s true, some parts of the Universe are terrible, chaotic, not reassuring at all. But where we are, it’s pretty quiet: the black hole at the heart of our galaxy is far away and not very active. I find that being aware that all of this is possible is reassuring. I enjoy life more having all this knowledge. But we have not yet sufficiently discussed the moral and philosophical consequences of the new conceptions brought about by modern science.

What do you mean ?

Au XVIIe century, the discoveries of Galileo and Newton as well as the experimental method had been a revolution, then influencing our whole culture: we are in a way the products of these ruptures. Then, general relativity and quantum mechanics constituted another upheaval. They not only allow incredible technical progress, they offer a change of point of view, new visions of the world. You can see connections in artists and intellectuals like Freud, Pirandello, Schönberg, Kokoschka.

You have 67.7% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

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Professor of physics at the University of Pisa (Italy), Guido Tonelli took part in the adventure of the discovery of the so-called Higgs boson, at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN). He was in fact the spokesperson for the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment, one of the two experiments installed alongside the LHC particle accelerator, which discovered, in 2012, the last particle missing from the hunting board.

In Genesis (Dunod, 256 pages, 19.90 euros), the Italian researcher tells in seven stages how life appeared from the initial vacuum to human beings, passing through matter, light, stars, galaxies… For To explain some of the most delicate stages of this magnificent story, Guido Tonelli uses images and metaphors borrowed from the worlds of art, mythology or religion.

Why did you want to write a story of origins, as they are understood by contemporary science?

I talk a lot with religious people, and I realized through contact with them, but also by studying history, the importance of having accounts of origins. This knowledge of the sequence of each link is essential for humanity. It makes us stronger. And science provides the most complete and detailed account to explain the appearance of matter, stars, planets, life…

The Universe follows rules that science has gradually discovered. But beware, scientists should not be arrogant about religion. Faith and reason are two different things. Both bring important stories to men by reassuring them.

How can we be reassured to discover, while reading you, jets of destructive particles, explosions of stars, black holes which swallow everything, a gigantic expansion of space…?

Yes, it’s true, some parts of the Universe are terrible, chaotic, not reassuring at all. But where we are, it’s pretty quiet: the black hole at the heart of our galaxy is far away and not very active. I find that being aware that all of this is possible is reassuring. I enjoy life more having all this knowledge. But we have not yet sufficiently discussed the moral and philosophical consequences of the new conceptions brought about by modern science.

What do you mean ?

Au XVIIe century, the discoveries of Galileo and Newton as well as the experimental method had been a revolution, then influencing our whole culture: we are in a way the products of these ruptures. Then, general relativity and quantum mechanics constituted another upheaval. They not only allow incredible technical progress, they offer a change of point of view, new visions of the world. You can see connections in artists and intellectuals like Freud, Pirandello, Schönberg, Kokoschka.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1653756628) } [2]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(49) "In Nepal, the ecological fiber wins the Buddhists" ["link"]=> string(79) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/in-nepal-the-ecological-fiber-wins-the-buddhists/" ["comments"]=> string(87) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/in-nepal-the-ecological-fiber-wins-the-buddhists/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 28 May 2022 16:15:30 +0000" ["category"]=> string(38) "SpaceBuddhistsEcologicalFiberNepalwins" ["guid"]=> string(79) "https://bbc-edition.com/space/in-nepal-the-ecological-fiber-wins-the-buddhists/" ["description"]=> string(620) "A Nepalese climber in the Rolwaling Himal chose Ang Dolma’s biodegradable flags. DAWA YANGZOM SHERPA On May 16, the most important Buddhist festivities took place in Nepal, celebrating the birth of the historic Buddha, his enlightenment and his nirvana, Buddha Jayanti. Nine percent of Nepalese are Buddhists. The faithful then dress in white, avoid consuming ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3400) "

On May 16, the most important Buddhist festivities took place in Nepal, celebrating the birth of the historic Buddha, his enlightenment and his nirvana, Buddha Jayanti. Nine percent of Nepalese are Buddhists. The faithful then dress in white, avoid consuming non-vegetarian products, go to pray and light candles in temples where colored prayer flags float in the wind.

For Ang Dolma Sherpa, it was an opportunity to hang her own unique, fully biodegradable prayer flag. The fruit of a nine-year adventure that began in 2011 at the funeral of his father. During the cremation, a strange smell of burning plastic wafts through the air. “I was confused, I didn’t understand where the smell was coming from. Until I realized it came from the khadas [foulards de cérémonie utilisés comme salutation ou offrande] which each guest had brought and which had to be burned so as not to attract bad luck and because nothing should be brought back from a funeral”, recalls Ang Dolma Sherpa.

Back at home, her mother explains to her that the khadas are no longer made of cotton but of synthetic material, hence the nauseous and polluting fumes. A shock for the young woman who decides, on a whim, to launch a prototype of biodegradable khada in natural fiber, for her personal use.

“I had no business expertise and didn’t know much about the environment. I didn’t even know who Greta Thunberg was. But I could see and smell the pollution in Kathmandu,” she explains. Previously, Ang Dolma gently made fun of his Buddhist mother and her frugal life, not throwing away any vegetable peelings, recycling even the smallest jar, carefully keeping all the khadas in boxes classified by size and color.

Microplastics in the air

A philosophy that she finally decides to adopt and which becomes the engine of her company, Utpala Craft, founded in 2020: it manufactures and sells khadas and lungtas (literally wind horse). These prayer flags, used en masse by Buddhists, are made from cheap synthetic materials like Nylon and Polyester. Problem, they are systematically burned once used, releasing microplastics into an already very polluted air, especially in the capital. In March 2021, the Nepalese government was forced to close schools there for several days for this reason. A first in the country’s history.

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On May 16, the most important Buddhist festivities took place in Nepal, celebrating the birth of the historic Buddha, his enlightenment and his nirvana, Buddha Jayanti. Nine percent of Nepalese are Buddhists. The faithful then dress in white, avoid consuming non-vegetarian products, go to pray and light candles in temples where colored prayer flags float in the wind.

For Ang Dolma Sherpa, it was an opportunity to hang her own unique, fully biodegradable prayer flag. The fruit of a nine-year adventure that began in 2011 at the funeral of his father. During the cremation, a strange smell of burning plastic wafts through the air. “I was confused, I didn’t understand where the smell was coming from. Until I realized it came from the khadas [foulards de cérémonie utilisés comme salutation ou offrande] which each guest had brought and which had to be burned so as not to attract bad luck and because nothing should be brought back from a funeral”, recalls Ang Dolma Sherpa.

Back at home, her mother explains to her that the khadas are no longer made of cotton but of synthetic material, hence the nauseous and polluting fumes. A shock for the young woman who decides, on a whim, to launch a prototype of biodegradable khada in natural fiber, for her personal use.

“I had no business expertise and didn’t know much about the environment. I didn’t even know who Greta Thunberg was. But I could see and smell the pollution in Kathmandu,” she explains. Previously, Ang Dolma gently made fun of his Buddhist mother and her frugal life, not throwing away any vegetable peelings, recycling even the smallest jar, carefully keeping all the khadas in boxes classified by size and color.

Microplastics in the air

A philosophy that she finally decides to adopt and which becomes the engine of her company, Utpala Craft, founded in 2020: it manufactures and sells khadas and lungtas (literally wind horse). These prayer flags, used en masse by Buddhists, are made from cheap synthetic materials like Nylon and Polyester. Problem, they are systematically burned once used, releasing microplastics into an already very polluted air, especially in the capital. In March 2021, the Nepalese government was forced to close schools there for several days for this reason. A first in the country’s history.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1653754530) } [3]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(87) "Nejlepší řidiči jsme my, kasají se Francouzi. My troubíme, přiznávají Řekové" ["link"]=> string(107) "https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/nejlepsi-ridici-jsme-my-kasaji-se-francouzi-my-troubime-priznavaji-rekove/" ["comments"]=> string(115) "https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/nejlepsi-ridici-jsme-my-kasaji-se-francouzi-my-troubime-priznavaji-rekove/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Potteer" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 28 May 2022 15:59:22 +0000" ["category"]=> string(111) "SportingFrancieFrancouziIpsosItaliejsmekasajínejlepšípoliticopřiznávajíŘekovéřidičiThe Timestroubíme" ["guid"]=> string(107) "https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/nejlepsi-ridici-jsme-my-kasaji-se-francouzi-my-troubime-priznavaji-rekove/" ["description"]=> string(803) "Závěry průzkumu provedeného v jedenácti evropských zemích potvrzují mnohá klišé o jednotlivých národech. Celkově nejagresivnější účastníci silničního provozu v Evropě jsou v Řecku, Itálii, Španělsku a Francii. Naopak nejklidnější jsou podle průzkumu Švédové, Nizozemci, Němci a Slováci, píší The Times. Česko do průzkumu nebylo zařazeno. Osm z deseti Evropanů přiznalo, že u řízení nedává pozor ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2692) "

Závěry průzkumu provedeného v jedenácti evropských zemích potvrzují mnohá klišé o jednotlivých národech. Celkově nejagresivnější účastníci silničního provozu v Evropě jsou v Řecku, Itálii, Španělsku a Francii.

Naopak nejklidnější jsou podle průzkumu Švédové, Nizozemci, Němci a Slováci, píší The Times. Česko do průzkumu nebylo zařazeno.

Osm z deseti Evropanů přiznalo, že u řízení nedává pozor a nesleduje silnici, někdy i na více než dvě vteřiny. Při rychlosti 130 kilometrů za hodinu za tu dobu ujedou nejméně 72 metrů. Dvě třetiny lidí za volantem telefonují, 15 procent jich při řízení sleduje pracovní porady a skoro desetina jich kouká na filmy.

Poláci se rádi hádají, Belgičané jsou ve stresu

Za nejklidnější řidiče sami sebe považují Španělé, uvolněných je za volantem 69 procent z nich. Na opačném konci spektra jsou Belgičané, kteří jsou klidní jen ze 47 procent, a jsou tak nejvíce vystresovanými řidiči v Evropě, píše Politico.

Šampiony v urážení ostatních řidičů jsou Řekové, následují Francouzi a Němci. Poláci zase nejčastěji vystupují z vozu, aby se pohádali s jinými řidiči. Chová se tak více než třetina z nich, jen o něco málo méně častý je tento zvyk u Italů.

Britové, Španělé a Nizozemci se zase přiznali, že často předjíždějí ze strany, ze které to není povolené – ve většině Evropy zprava, v Británii zleva. Švédové jsou za volantem poměrně klidní, když je ale řidič před nimi irituje, často mají tendenci ho dojíždět a „lepit se na něj“.

Zajímavý trend se objevil u Francouzů: 97 procent z nich se považuje za zodpovědné, pozorné a klidné řidiče, ale 86 procent z nich má ostatní na silnici za nezodpovědné, agresivní a nebezpečné, píší The Times. Všechny nešvary jsou ještě častější v Paříži a okolí. Devět z deseti tamních řidičů už podle průzkumu zažilo potyčku mezi řidiči.

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Závěry průzkumu provedeného v jedenácti evropských zemích potvrzují mnohá klišé o jednotlivých národech. Celkově nejagresivnější účastníci silničního provozu v Evropě jsou v Řecku, Itálii, Španělsku a Francii.

Naopak nejklidnější jsou podle průzkumu Švédové, Nizozemci, Němci a Slováci, píší The Times. Česko do průzkumu nebylo zařazeno.

Osm z deseti Evropanů přiznalo, že u řízení nedává pozor a nesleduje silnici, někdy i na více než dvě vteřiny. Při rychlosti 130 kilometrů za hodinu za tu dobu ujedou nejméně 72 metrů. Dvě třetiny lidí za volantem telefonují, 15 procent jich při řízení sleduje pracovní porady a skoro desetina jich kouká na filmy.

Poláci se rádi hádají, Belgičané jsou ve stresu

Za nejklidnější řidiče sami sebe považují Španělé, uvolněných je za volantem 69 procent z nich. Na opačném konci spektra jsou Belgičané, kteří jsou klidní jen ze 47 procent, a jsou tak nejvíce vystresovanými řidiči v Evropě, píše Politico.

Šampiony v urážení ostatních řidičů jsou Řekové, následují Francouzi a Němci. Poláci zase nejčastěji vystupují z vozu, aby se pohádali s jinými řidiči. Chová se tak více než třetina z nich, jen o něco málo méně častý je tento zvyk u Italů.

Britové, Španělé a Nizozemci se zase přiznali, že často předjíždějí ze strany, ze které to není povolené – ve většině Evropy zprava, v Británii zleva. Švédové jsou za volantem poměrně klidní, když je ale řidič před nimi irituje, často mají tendenci ho dojíždět a „lepit se na něj“.

Zajímavý trend se objevil u Francouzů: 97 procent z nich se považuje za zodpovědné, pozorné a klidné řidiče, ale 86 procent z nich má ostatní na silnici za nezodpovědné, agresivní a nebezpečné, píší The Times. Všechny nešvary jsou ještě častější v Paříži a okolí. Devět z deseti tamních řidičů už podle průzkumu zažilo potyčku mezi řidiči.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1653753562) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(54) "the red tide of Liverpool supporters has invaded Paris" ["link"]=> string(93) "https://bbc-edition.com/international/the-red-tide-of-liverpool-supporters-has-invaded-paris/" ["comments"]=> string(101) "https://bbc-edition.com/international/the-red-tide-of-liverpool-supporters-has-invaded-paris/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 28 May 2022 15:44:32 +0000" ["category"]=> string(51) "InternationalInvadedLiverpoolParisRedsupporterstide" ["guid"]=> string(93) "https://bbc-edition.com/international/the-red-tide-of-liverpool-supporters-has-invaded-paris/" ["description"]=> string(582) "Liverpool supporters in the streets of Paris await the kick off of the Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday May 28 at the Stade de France. THOMAS COEX / AFP The Burrows, father and son, took their places on a public bench in the Cours de Vincennes. This Parisian sidewalk will be their ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3991) "

The Burrows, father and son, took their places on a public bench in the Cours de Vincennes. This Parisian sidewalk will be their platform. In the long family history of traveling across Europe, they sang to the glory of the Liverpool “Reds” in the most legendary stadiums. “Tonight we will see the game on a giant screen… It could be like home, but just making this trip shows our love for the club. And, all together, our strength. »

Bryan Burrows, 71, and his son David, 41, wearing dark glasses and bucket hats, are not alone on this Parisian sidewalk already bathed in lukewarm beer, 10 a.m. before the kick-off of the Ligue des Ligue final. champions between Real Madrid and Liverpool, Saturday May 28 (at 9 p.m.) at the Stade de France. A british invasion reddens the streets of Paris.

Like most of their comrades, the Burrows lost the lottery. The one to dream of a place in the Dionysian enclosure – only 12,000 tickets were offered to Liverpool supporters, and as many for those of their evening opponent. “But we didn’t wait to find out if we would go to the stadium to organize the trip: we came anyway. We arrived on Wednesday, we climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower, we took a tour of the Bateau-Mouche…”

Like this father-son duo, more than 50,000 “Reds” supporters made the trip without a ticket for the match. A way to punctuate a season already crowned with two national cups, where, even at home, in the Anfield stadium, places are rare and expensive.

The party will therefore take place here, in an area enclosed by barriers, under the supervision of 6,800 police officers, gendarmes and firefighters mobilized for the occasion. As of Friday, a statement from the Prefecture of Police set the rules of the game. Precise hours for the consumption of alcohol, areas of the city to avoid (the Champs-Elysées, in particular)… “Any gathering of a protest nature is prohibited”, says the document again. On this final Saturday, however, the claims of belonging to the Reds are sung at the top of their lungs, worn on the shoulders, tattooed on the skin.

Read also: Champions League: a major police force deployed for the final

Looks like a rock festival

Around this “fan zone”, which can officially accommodate 44,000 people, no Spaniards in sight. Another reception area, more modest, and reserved for ticket holders, has been set up for the people of Madrid, in Saint-Denis, not far from the stadium. In fact, no tenacious enmity is maintained by the supporters of the two clubs, all accustomed to the big finals.

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The Burrows, father and son, took their places on a public bench in the Cours de Vincennes. This Parisian sidewalk will be their platform. In the long family history of traveling across Europe, they sang to the glory of the Liverpool “Reds” in the most legendary stadiums. “Tonight we will see the game on a giant screen… It could be like home, but just making this trip shows our love for the club. And, all together, our strength. »

Bryan Burrows, 71, and his son David, 41, wearing dark glasses and bucket hats, are not alone on this Parisian sidewalk already bathed in lukewarm beer, 10 a.m. before the kick-off of the Ligue des Ligue final. champions between Real Madrid and Liverpool, Saturday May 28 (at 9 p.m.) at the Stade de France. A british invasion reddens the streets of Paris.

Like most of their comrades, the Burrows lost the lottery. The one to dream of a place in the Dionysian enclosure – only 12,000 tickets were offered to Liverpool supporters, and as many for those of their evening opponent. “But we didn’t wait to find out if we would go to the stadium to organize the trip: we came anyway. We arrived on Wednesday, we climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower, we took a tour of the Bateau-Mouche…”

Like this father-son duo, more than 50,000 “Reds” supporters made the trip without a ticket for the match. A way to punctuate a season already crowned with two national cups, where, even at home, in the Anfield stadium, places are rare and expensive.

The party will therefore take place here, in an area enclosed by barriers, under the supervision of 6,800 police officers, gendarmes and firefighters mobilized for the occasion. As of Friday, a statement from the Prefecture of Police set the rules of the game. Precise hours for the consumption of alcohol, areas of the city to avoid (the Champs-Elysées, in particular)… “Any gathering of a protest nature is prohibited”, says the document again. On this final Saturday, however, the claims of belonging to the Reds are sung at the top of their lungs, worn on the shoulders, tattooed on the skin.

Read also: Champions League: a major police force deployed for the final

Looks like a rock festival

Around this “fan zone”, which can officially accommodate 44,000 people, no Spaniards in sight. Another reception area, more modest, and reserved for ticket holders, has been set up for the people of Madrid, in Saint-Denis, not far from the stadium. In fact, no tenacious enmity is maintained by the supporters of the two clubs, all accustomed to the big finals.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1653752672) } [5]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(44) "Korn performed a prescription show in Prague" ["link"]=> string(75) "https://bbc-edition.com/music/korn-performed-a-prescription-show-in-prague/" ["comments"]=> string(83) "https://bbc-edition.com/music/korn-performed-a-prescription-show-in-prague/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 28 May 2022 15:24:28 +0000" ["category"]=> string(62) "MusiccsdvdKornmusicserverperformedPragueprescriptionReviewShow" ["guid"]=> string(75) "https://bbc-edition.com/music/korn-performed-a-prescription-show-in-prague/" ["description"]=> string(565) "The American founders of nu-metal Korn presented a show in Prague, which did not surprise anything extra, but was characterized by maximum professionalism and a great setlist, which did not lack any major gems from their long career. The support in the form of the band The Fever333 also worked quite well for the atmosphere ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7482) "

The American founders of nu-metal Korn presented a show in Prague, which did not surprise anything extra, but was characterized by maximum professionalism and a great setlist, which did not lack any major gems from their long career. The support in the form of the band The Fever333 also worked quite well for the atmosphere of the evening.

Live: Korn

support: The Fever 333
place: Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague
datum: May 27, 2022
setlist: Falling Away From Me, Got The Life, Here To Stay, Start The Healing, Cold, Shoots And Ladders, Insane, Lost In The Grandeur, Y’All Want A Single, Worst Is On Its Way, Coming Undone, Freak On A Leash, It’s On!/Trash/Did My Time, Twist, A.D.I.D.A.S., Drum Solo, Blind
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© Tom Jajo Rozkovec / musicserver.cz

As the frontman of the main stars of the evening has rightly pointed out, it has been five years since the last visit of California’s Korn nu-metal ancestors to our capital. But the covid was to blame for the gap, because otherwise this legendary group has been coming to us quite regularly since the second half of their existence. The band has managed to release two studio albums in the meantime, and especially behind this year’s “Requeim” cut, it’s obviously worth a lot, because unlike previous shows, it didn’t include only one or two singles from the news, but we saw a few pieces (still in the European part of the tour is missing compared to the US single (“Forgotten”). The evening in the unfortunately traditionally tragically obsolete hall at the Exhibition Center kicked off with the eighth pre-crime festival discovery The Fever 333. This three-member group combines nineties rapmetal with modern rock full of electronics and teenage post hardcore choruses in the style of Bring Me The Horizon. What they certainly can’t be denied is the commitment and nurtured energy that sprays hectoliters from their live concerts. Once again, one feels that one does not see the band at a mature stage of one’s career, but in its rupture, when the musicians put everything into every performance. Singer Jason Aalon Butler flew around the stage like a madman, and thanks to his short haircut, he recalled the first years of Linkin Park and the then marathon running performances of the late Chester Bennington.

Korn, Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague, May 27, 2022
© Tom Jajo Rozkovec / musicserver.cz

He also reminded him of that vocally in some of the vaulted choruses. The zeal was also demonstrated by frontman’s socio-critical speeches, which in turn provoked associations to Zach de la Rocha and Rage Against The Machine. Unfortunately, the catastrophic sound hurt them a lot and it must be added that compositionally it is definitely not a miracle. Nevertheless, they had a lot of fans in the hall, which is why the atmosphere of the event was right from the very beginning. Korn himself launched his booming depression circus by a quarter to ten, betting on his greatest classics “Falling Away From Me” and “Got The Life”. With this choice and devotion of the audience, it was a great experience from the very beginning and the band held the reins of the evening firmly in their hands. The word professionalism could characterize their entire performance, which was absolutely precise musically and with perhaps ever better singing by Jonathan Davis. He even easily and playfully modified some of his older vocal lines, so during the wood classic “Shoots And Ladders” he switched from fake straight to death metal growling with absolute ease.

Korn, Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague, May 27, 2022
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For the last ten years or so, Korn has been relatively dominant over Davis. Unfortunately, it can also be heard on the last records, which maintain their quality standard, but the song structure has become very predictable and, let’s say, classically rock, built precisely for its comfortable vocal performance. Not only the spontaneity of old albums has disappeared (perhaps everyone understands that), but also the desire to experiment. Today, Korn sounds a lot of metal in the traditional sense of the word, including the highlighted role of the singer compared to the original five equivalent parts of the resulting stylistic collage. This is not a thought off topic and a confusion of a concert report for a review of the album, but it also applies to a rated show. Don’t get the author wrong, it was a great concert, absolutely precise, but maybe too much, with an overly dominant frontman. Unfortunately, the guitarist Head is no longer such a personality after his return, or he does not have as much space to express himself as an author, and even one would expect him to see more, including backing vocals.

Korn, Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague, May 27, 2022
© Tom Jajo Rozkovec / musicserver.cz

But what you can have absolutely no reservations about is the setlist. No one will really think of a major gem that would be missing that evening. The band also filled the relatively short playing time with the so-called medley, when in one whole at least a part of a song and often a cover will be heard. For example, we didn’t lose “Did My Time” that way. The drum solo may have been a bit superfluous, but Ray Luzier simply has to perform. Original drummer David Silveria played more for the whole. Overall, it was a very successful, maximally professional concert, with a minimalist but impressive concert scene, where there was no major hit and extra pleasing after many years the inclusion of scathing psychopathy “It’s On!”. Korn will probably not be fundamentally surprised, not even in concert, but again, you can be sure that you will get what you want, in the maximum professional packaging. When they arrive again in a few years, the concert will probably look very similar. But even such certainty in today’s great life uncertainties can, with its predictability, please and be such a beacon in turbulent times.

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The American founders of nu-metal Korn presented a show in Prague, which did not surprise anything extra, but was characterized by maximum professionalism and a great setlist, which did not lack any major gems from their long career. The support in the form of the band The Fever333 also worked quite well for the atmosphere of the evening.

Live: Korn

support: The Fever 333
place: Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague
datum: May 27, 2022
setlist: Falling Away From Me, Got The Life, Here To Stay, Start The Healing, Cold, Shoots And Ladders, Insane, Lost In The Grandeur, Y’All Want A Single, Worst Is On Its Way, Coming Undone, Freak On A Leash, It’s On!/Trash/Did My Time, Twist, A.D.I.D.A.S., Drum Solo, Blind
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As the frontman of the main stars of the evening has rightly pointed out, it has been five years since the last visit of California’s Korn nu-metal ancestors to our capital. But the covid was to blame for the gap, because otherwise this legendary group has been coming to us quite regularly since the second half of their existence. The band has managed to release two studio albums in the meantime, and especially behind this year’s “Requeim” cut, it’s obviously worth a lot, because unlike previous shows, it didn’t include only one or two singles from the news, but we saw a few pieces (still in the European part of the tour is missing compared to the US single (“Forgotten”). The evening in the unfortunately traditionally tragically obsolete hall at the Exhibition Center kicked off with the eighth pre-crime festival discovery The Fever 333. This three-member group combines nineties rapmetal with modern rock full of electronics and teenage post hardcore choruses in the style of Bring Me The Horizon. What they certainly can’t be denied is the commitment and nurtured energy that sprays hectoliters from their live concerts. Once again, one feels that one does not see the band at a mature stage of one’s career, but in its rupture, when the musicians put everything into every performance. Singer Jason Aalon Butler flew around the stage like a madman, and thanks to his short haircut, he recalled the first years of Linkin Park and the then marathon running performances of the late Chester Bennington.

Korn, Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague, May 27, 2022
© Tom Jajo Rozkovec / musicserver.cz

He also reminded him of that vocally in some of the vaulted choruses. The zeal was also demonstrated by frontman’s socio-critical speeches, which in turn provoked associations to Zach de la Rocha and Rage Against The Machine. Unfortunately, the catastrophic sound hurt them a lot and it must be added that compositionally it is definitely not a miracle. Nevertheless, they had a lot of fans in the hall, which is why the atmosphere of the event was right from the very beginning. Korn himself launched his booming depression circus by a quarter to ten, betting on his greatest classics “Falling Away From Me” and “Got The Life”. With this choice and devotion of the audience, it was a great experience from the very beginning and the band held the reins of the evening firmly in their hands. The word professionalism could characterize their entire performance, which was absolutely precise musically and with perhaps ever better singing by Jonathan Davis. He even easily and playfully modified some of his older vocal lines, so during the wood classic “Shoots And Ladders” he switched from fake straight to death metal growling with absolute ease.

Korn, Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague, May 27, 2022
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For the last ten years or so, Korn has been relatively dominant over Davis. Unfortunately, it can also be heard on the last records, which maintain their quality standard, but the song structure has become very predictable and, let’s say, classically rock, built precisely for its comfortable vocal performance. Not only the spontaneity of old albums has disappeared (perhaps everyone understands that), but also the desire to experiment. Today, Korn sounds a lot of metal in the traditional sense of the word, including the highlighted role of the singer compared to the original five equivalent parts of the resulting stylistic collage. This is not a thought off topic and a confusion of a concert report for a review of the album, but it also applies to a rated show. Don’t get the author wrong, it was a great concert, absolutely precise, but maybe too much, with an overly dominant frontman. Unfortunately, the guitarist Head is no longer such a personality after his return, or he does not have as much space to express himself as an author, and even one would expect him to see more, including backing vocals.

Korn, Fortuna Sports Hall, Prague, May 27, 2022
© Tom Jajo Rozkovec / musicserver.cz

But what you can have absolutely no reservations about is the setlist. No one will really think of a major gem that would be missing that evening. The band also filled the relatively short playing time with the so-called medley, when in one whole at least a part of a song and often a cover will be heard. For example, we didn’t lose “Did My Time” that way. The drum solo may have been a bit superfluous, but Ray Luzier simply has to perform. Original drummer David Silveria played more for the whole. Overall, it was a very successful, maximally professional concert, with a minimalist but impressive concert scene, where there was no major hit and extra pleasing after many years the inclusion of scathing psychopathy “It’s On!”. Korn will probably not be fundamentally surprised, not even in concert, but again, you can be sure that you will get what you want, in the maximum professional packaging. When they arrive again in a few years, the concert will probably look very similar. But even such certainty in today’s great life uncertainties can, with its predictability, please and be such a beacon in turbulent times.

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First the denunciation of the Filipino maid and now the audios. Trouble for Gianluca Vacchi who, according to the audio published by Repubblica, would have treated his servants badly. The entrepreneur’s voice is heard rising higher and higher, throwing insults and threats. He tells an interlocutor about the alleged inefficiencies of his domestic collaborators, going so far as to promise to “put the hands onor “in addition to fining them:”One hundred euros every day, then they pay them added up ».

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In the video published by the newspaper, there is everything: from the first moment in which Vacchi would have vented against the maids, to the fines. “So I broke my cog .., Filipinos pay a 100 euro fine every time they forget things. Then they pay them added together. Lance forgot his glasses. Now I’m annoyed, let’s make a list and all the things you forget are a 100 euro fine».

Andrea Bocelli, the great pain: his mother Edi Aringhieri died

Vacchi also lashes out at those who allegedly hid the testosterone bites: «Mi still lack testosterone bites. I broke the cog .., I’m not kidding, at the cost of going away, a fine every day. I really broke my cogs….».

A Filipina of 44 years old dragged the influencer to court after years of behavior that brought inconvenience to the workplace. Because not only were they forced to to work from 10.00 in the morning until 4-5 at night, but they often had to go “to the time of the music”, perform “perfect” ballets otherwise “Vacchi’s anger would be unleashed and inveighed against the servants, throwing the cell phone and breaking the used lamp for filming ».




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First the denunciation of the Filipino maid and now the audios. Trouble for Gianluca Vacchi who, according to the audio published by Repubblica, would have treated his servants badly. The entrepreneur’s voice is heard rising higher and higher, throwing insults and threats. He tells an interlocutor about the alleged inefficiencies of his domestic collaborators, going so far as to promise to “put the hands onor “in addition to fining them:”One hundred euros every day, then they pay them added up ».

Read also> Fedez, little Vittoria does not pronounce the word “dad”: the rapper’s thousand attempts in an ironic video

In the video published by the newspaper, there is everything: from the first moment in which Vacchi would have vented against the maids, to the fines. “So I broke my cog .., Filipinos pay a 100 euro fine every time they forget things. Then they pay them added together. Lance forgot his glasses. Now I’m annoyed, let’s make a list and all the things you forget are a 100 euro fine».

Andrea Bocelli, the great pain: his mother Edi Aringhieri died

Vacchi also lashes out at those who allegedly hid the testosterone bites: «Mi still lack testosterone bites. I broke the cog .., I’m not kidding, at the cost of going away, a fine every day. I really broke my cogs….».

A Filipina of 44 years old dragged the influencer to court after years of behavior that brought inconvenience to the workplace. Because not only were they forced to to work from 10.00 in the morning until 4-5 at night, but they often had to go “to the time of the music”, perform “perfect” ballets otherwise “Vacchi’s anger would be unleashed and inveighed against the servants, throwing the cell phone and breaking the used lamp for filming ».




Last updated: Saturday 28 May 2022, 14:26



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Fußball


Erfolgstrainer Oliver Glasner hat mit Eintracht Frankfurt nach dem Triumph in der UEFA Europa League schon den nächsten Coup ins Visier genommen. „Wir wollen den Supercup gewinnen, auch wenn es gegen Real oder Liverpool geht“, sagte Glasner am Samstag beim Empfang des Landes Oberösterreich. „Wir haben immer Siegambitionen.“

Er werde das Champions-League-Finale zwischen Real Madrid und Liverpool am Samstag nicht nur schauen, „weil ich Fan bin, sondern auch wegen des Supercups“, betonte Glasner bei einem Termin am Flughafen in Linz-Hörsching. „Einer unserer Analysten hat noch keinen Urlaub, der sitzt in Paris im Stadion.“ Am 10. August hat die Glasner-Elf in Helsinki als Europa-League-Champion gegen den Champions-League-Sieger die nächste Chance auf eine Trophäe.

Glasner hatte der Eintracht in der vergangenen Woche den ersten internationalen Titel seit 1980 beschert und als erster österreichischer Trainer nach Ernst Happel 1983 mit dem HSV ein Europacup-Finale gewonnen. „Natürlich ist es eine große Ehre für mich. Ernst Happel ist eine Trainerlegende in Österreich. Ich sehe mich da eigentlich ganz weit weg von ihm. Meine persönlichen Erfolge freuen mich natürlich, sind mir aber nicht so wichtig“, so Glasner.

Kurze Atempause nach Finalkrimi

Frankfurt entschied das Europa-League-Finale in Sevilla mit 5:4 nach Elfmeterschießen gegen die Glasgow Rangers für sich. Besonders die Pokalübergabe sei für Glasner ein Moment gewesen, der ihm immer in Erinnerung bleiben werde. Auf dem Podium habe er zu einem Kollegen gesagt: „Das sehe ich normalerweise nur im Fernsehen, den Konfettiregen.“

Nun hofft Glasner auf ein wenig Erholung in der Heimat. Er werde jetzt versuchen, alles einmal zu verarbeiten, „um dann im neuen Jahr in der Champions League wieder anzugreifen“, erklärte der 47-jährige Oberösterreicher: „Die wilden Feierlichkeiten sind abgeschlossen. Die Tage in Frankfurt waren sehr intensiv und schön.“ Jetzt werde er sich ein bisschen Zeit nehmen, um Golf spielen zu gehen.

Weichen für CL-Saison werden gestellt

Auch der Trubel um seine Person nahm durch den historischen Erfolg in der Europa League deutlich zu. Bei einem Kurzurlaub mit seiner Frau Bettina auf Kreta sei er oft nach Fotos und Autogrammen gefragt worden, erzählte Glasner. Trotz des Urlaubs ist der Coach aber fast täglich im Austausch mit Sportvorstand Markus Krösche, „damit wir dann in der Champions League wieder eine gute Saison haben“.

Mit dabei sein wird auf jeden Fall Stürmer Jens Petter Hauge. Die Kaufoption des 22-jährigen Norwegers vom AC Mailand wurde durch die Erfüllung einiger Grundvoraussetzungen aktiviert, wie der italienische Meister mitteilte. Die kolportierte Ablösesumme soll 12 Millionen Euro betragen. Hauge besitzt bei den Hessen nun einen Vertrag bis 2026, in der abgelaufenen Spielzeit erzielte er in 38 Spielen drei Tore.

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Fußball


Erfolgstrainer Oliver Glasner hat mit Eintracht Frankfurt nach dem Triumph in der UEFA Europa League schon den nächsten Coup ins Visier genommen. „Wir wollen den Supercup gewinnen, auch wenn es gegen Real oder Liverpool geht“, sagte Glasner am Samstag beim Empfang des Landes Oberösterreich. „Wir haben immer Siegambitionen.“

Er werde das Champions-League-Finale zwischen Real Madrid und Liverpool am Samstag nicht nur schauen, „weil ich Fan bin, sondern auch wegen des Supercups“, betonte Glasner bei einem Termin am Flughafen in Linz-Hörsching. „Einer unserer Analysten hat noch keinen Urlaub, der sitzt in Paris im Stadion.“ Am 10. August hat die Glasner-Elf in Helsinki als Europa-League-Champion gegen den Champions-League-Sieger die nächste Chance auf eine Trophäe.

Glasner hatte der Eintracht in der vergangenen Woche den ersten internationalen Titel seit 1980 beschert und als erster österreichischer Trainer nach Ernst Happel 1983 mit dem HSV ein Europacup-Finale gewonnen. „Natürlich ist es eine große Ehre für mich. Ernst Happel ist eine Trainerlegende in Österreich. Ich sehe mich da eigentlich ganz weit weg von ihm. Meine persönlichen Erfolge freuen mich natürlich, sind mir aber nicht so wichtig“, so Glasner.

Kurze Atempause nach Finalkrimi

Frankfurt entschied das Europa-League-Finale in Sevilla mit 5:4 nach Elfmeterschießen gegen die Glasgow Rangers für sich. Besonders die Pokalübergabe sei für Glasner ein Moment gewesen, der ihm immer in Erinnerung bleiben werde. Auf dem Podium habe er zu einem Kollegen gesagt: „Das sehe ich normalerweise nur im Fernsehen, den Konfettiregen.“

Nun hofft Glasner auf ein wenig Erholung in der Heimat. Er werde jetzt versuchen, alles einmal zu verarbeiten, „um dann im neuen Jahr in der Champions League wieder anzugreifen“, erklärte der 47-jährige Oberösterreicher: „Die wilden Feierlichkeiten sind abgeschlossen. Die Tage in Frankfurt waren sehr intensiv und schön.“ Jetzt werde er sich ein bisschen Zeit nehmen, um Golf spielen zu gehen.

Weichen für CL-Saison werden gestellt

Auch der Trubel um seine Person nahm durch den historischen Erfolg in der Europa League deutlich zu. Bei einem Kurzurlaub mit seiner Frau Bettina auf Kreta sei er oft nach Fotos und Autogrammen gefragt worden, erzählte Glasner. Trotz des Urlaubs ist der Coach aber fast täglich im Austausch mit Sportvorstand Markus Krösche, „damit wir dann in der Champions League wieder eine gute Saison haben“.

Mit dabei sein wird auf jeden Fall Stürmer Jens Petter Hauge. Die Kaufoption des 22-jährigen Norwegers vom AC Mailand wurde durch die Erfüllung einiger Grundvoraussetzungen aktiviert, wie der italienische Meister mitteilte. Die kolportierte Ablösesumme soll 12 Millionen Euro betragen. Hauge besitzt bei den Hessen nun einen Vertrag bis 2026, in der abgelaufenen Spielzeit erzielte er in 38 Spielen drei Tore.

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MONKEYPOX. To date, seven cases of monkey pox have been detected in France, and the 400 cases have been exceeded worldwide. Public Health France recommends a strict health protocol in the event of contamination and recommends that people at risk be vaccinated.

The essential

  • Monkey pox – also called “Monkeypox” – is circulating in France. Public Health France has 7 confirmed cases in France. This rare disease is spreading particularly in Europe and North America, but more than 400 contaminations have been identified across the world.
  • The Minister of Health, Brigitte Bourguignon and Public Health France are calling on contact persons and caregivers to get vaccinated against monkey pox as a precaution. However, the Minister wanted to be reassuring and indicated on May 25 on RTL that an outbreak of the disease is not expected.
  • Public Health France has also developed health protocols for people infected with monkeypox, suspected cases and contact cases to prevent the epidemic spread of the virus.
  • Monkeypox is often mild, but it can cause serious symptoms, especially in humans. It is potentially fatal in very rare and very serious cases. No vaccine exists.
  • According to the UK health system, the National Health Service, monkeypox can be transmitted from animals to humans in two different ways. First if a person eats an animal carrying the virus and the meat has not been cooked enough. It is also possible to contract monkeypox by touching the skin or fur of an animal affected by the virus.
  • This is a hypothesis that has circulated on social networks: monkey pox would have appeared because of covid-19. Fake news cry health professionals and researchers, in particular those of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) in the columns of the Dépêche du Midi: “Many rumors and false information are already spreading on the Internet, in particular concerning a possible link between the disease and the anti-Covid vaccines which use a chimpanzee adenovirus as a viral vector. This link is absolutely unfounded”.

And immediately

16:10 – How is monkeypox transmitted?

Santé Publique France details how monkey pox, or monkeypox, is transmitted: “The monkeypox virus can be transmitted by direct contact with lesions on the skin or mucous membranes of a sick person, as well as by droplets (saliva, sneezing, sputters You can also become contaminated through contact with the patient’s environment (bedding, clothes, dishes, bath linen, etc.) It is therefore important that patients maintain isolation throughout the duration of the illness. (until disappearance of the last crusts, most often 3 weeks).”

15:25 – A ninth confirmed case in Belgium

A new case of monkey pox has been confirmed at the CHU Saint Pierre in Brussels. It is added to the list of 8 cases already detected in the flat country.

14:30 – PCR tests to detect monkeypox in preparation?

On Wednesday May 25, in a press release, the director of Roche’s Diagnostics division indicated that PCR tests for detecting monkeypox were well under study: “We very quickly developed a new series of tests for the detection of monkeypox virus and monitoring its spread.” However, it is important to specify that these tests will not be intended for the general public, but for carrying out studies on monkeypox, in the laboratory.

1:30 p.m. – The European Union will make group purchases of vaccines

As the world worries about the progression of monkeypox in Europe, the European Commission has announced that the European Union is preparing to order vaccines and other treatments against monkeypox. In addition, the European Health Emergency Response Authority (HERA) “is working with Member States and manufacturers to procure vaccines and treatments for monkeypox”, said the spokesperson for the European Commission for the health issues, Stefan de Keersmaecke.

12:45 – What to do if you are in contact?

If you have been in close contact with someone infected with monkeypox, or even a probable case, then you are declared a contact case. Public Health France indicates that by close contact, it is a question of understanding “physical and direct unprotected contact”, that is to say any contact with damaged skin, sexual acts, medical care or bodily fluids.

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The General Directorate of Health (DSG) announced, on Tuesday May 25, 2022, the detection of two new cases of monkeypox in France, bringing the number of infected to 7. As during the very first contamination, the Ministry of Health clarified that “as soon as the suspicion of his infection, this person was taken care of. In the absence of gravity, he is isolated at his home”. The first patient was “a 29-year-old man with no history of travel to a country where the virus is circulating”. To stem the circulation of the virus, the health authorities announced that an “in-depth epidemiological investigation would be implemented by the teams of Public Health France” and that “the people who have been in close contact with these patients are being identified” .

According to the first findings of the World Health Organization (WHO), monkeypox originated in Central and West Africa. Countries such as Nigeria or Cameroon would be the main sources of origin. Known since the 1970s, this disease usually tends to develop in tropical areas. Seeing it develop in countries without this climate comes as a surprise to scientists.

Cases of monkeypox have been imported into Western countries since its discovery, including the United States, where they have remained “rare”, according to the US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC). Indeed, in the spring of 2003, cases had been confirmed in the country, thus marking the first appearance of this disease outside the African continent.

New cases of monkeypox are on the rise worldwide and the WHO has warned health authorities in all countries that the increase is to be expected. Below, find the data graphed by Ourworldindata, which allows you to visualize the evolution of the circulation of the disease.

The number of contaminations remains for the moment quite limited, we note in Europe a more important phenomenon of transmission in the United Kingdom, unless the services of the health authorities have developed more efficient means to identify new cases of monkey pox. The map proposed by Ourdatainworld makes it possible to measure the distortions in the spread of monkeypox in the different continents of the world.

England was the first to sound the alarm. A first patient with monkeypox was identified there on May 7, it was a person returning from a trip to Nigeria. The British health security agency assures that with the exception of the first case detected, the transmission between the other cases would have taken place within the country. Since then, the number of cases has steadily increased. Spain, Portugal, Canada and the United States have, in turn, reported having spotted the presence of monkeypox, or what appears to be, on their territory. Sweden and Italy followed. Nearly 20 countries are concerned.

According to the World Health Organization, monkeypox is contracted by “consumption of undercooked meat from infected animals.” Indeed, originally, it is an infectious disease caused by a virus transmitted by animals, mainly rodents. Human transmission would be the result of contact with a person already contaminated or with their organic fluids (saliva in particular).

But monkeypox can also be transmitted through close contact with infected respiratory tract secretions, skin lesions of an infected person, or objects recently contaminated with body fluids or material from a patient’s lesions. Sexual relations could thus spread the disease according to the British Health Security Agency. Protected intercourse is therefore recommended.

Symptoms resemble those of smallpox patients, but milder. In the first 5 days, the infection causes several symptoms: fever, headache, swelling of the lymph nodes (adenopathy), back pain, muscle pain (myalgia) and exhaustion (asthenia).

Within 1-3 days (sometimes longer) of the onset of fever, the patient develops rash symptoms that often start on the face and then spread to other parts of the body, including the palms of the hands , the soles of the feet and the mucous membranes (mouth and genital area). Itching is common. The lesions pass through different successive stages: macules, papules, vesicles, pustules and crusts. When the scabs fall off, people are no longer contagious. The other mucous membranes (ENT, conjunctivae) may also be affected. “The incubation of the disease can range from 5 to 21 days. The fever phase lasts about 1 to 3 days. The disease, generally mild, most often heals spontaneously, after 2 to 3 weeks” emphasizes Public Health France .

If the symptoms seem virulent, especially in men, the mortality rate remains low. Indeed, the World Health Organization (WHO) affirms that “in general, the fatality rate has been between 1% and 10%, with most deaths occurring in the youngest”. Two years after the start of the coronavirus epidemic, should we be worried about the spread of a new virus? According to Antoine Gessain, head of the epidemiology and physiopathology of oncogenic viruses unit at the Institut Pasteur, monkeypox presents only a low level of danger, as he explained to BFM TV. No vaccine is necessary. He even wants to be reassuring: “there is not much risk of a major pandemic.”

Some countries quickly adopted measures to prevent the spread of the virus. The health authorities of Portugal and Spain have thus triggered a national health alert. Italy said the situation was “under constant surveillance” and Swedish authorities are “now investigating with regional infection control centers to find out if there are more cases”.

Spain decided to take the lead. The Iberian kingdom said on Thursday that it was preparing to purchase thousands of smallpox vaccines, normally intended to fight against smallpox, an extremely serious disease that the WHO had declared eradicated in 1980. “We must find a way to quickly buy these vaccines because it is a very valuable tool to stop the epidemic”, commented to the Madrid daily El Pais Elena Andradas, the director general of public health for the community of Madrid. This vaccine is not intended to be administered to the general population, but only to contacts of confirmed cases.

According to an article in La Tribune, at the end of 2012, France had a strategic stock of 1st generation vaccines of more than 82 million doses. These stocks have been kept for 40 years by the Army Health Service (SSA).

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MONKEYPOX. To date, seven cases of monkey pox have been detected in France, and the 400 cases have been exceeded worldwide. Public Health France recommends a strict health protocol in the event of contamination and recommends that people at risk be vaccinated.

The essential

  • Monkey pox – also called “Monkeypox” – is circulating in France. Public Health France has 7 confirmed cases in France. This rare disease is spreading particularly in Europe and North America, but more than 400 contaminations have been identified across the world.
  • The Minister of Health, Brigitte Bourguignon and Public Health France are calling on contact persons and caregivers to get vaccinated against monkey pox as a precaution. However, the Minister wanted to be reassuring and indicated on May 25 on RTL that an outbreak of the disease is not expected.
  • Public Health France has also developed health protocols for people infected with monkeypox, suspected cases and contact cases to prevent the epidemic spread of the virus.
  • Monkeypox is often mild, but it can cause serious symptoms, especially in humans. It is potentially fatal in very rare and very serious cases. No vaccine exists.
  • According to the UK health system, the National Health Service, monkeypox can be transmitted from animals to humans in two different ways. First if a person eats an animal carrying the virus and the meat has not been cooked enough. It is also possible to contract monkeypox by touching the skin or fur of an animal affected by the virus.
  • This is a hypothesis that has circulated on social networks: monkey pox would have appeared because of covid-19. Fake news cry health professionals and researchers, in particular those of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) in the columns of the Dépêche du Midi: “Many rumors and false information are already spreading on the Internet, in particular concerning a possible link between the disease and the anti-Covid vaccines which use a chimpanzee adenovirus as a viral vector. This link is absolutely unfounded”.

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16:10 – How is monkeypox transmitted?

Santé Publique France details how monkey pox, or monkeypox, is transmitted: “The monkeypox virus can be transmitted by direct contact with lesions on the skin or mucous membranes of a sick person, as well as by droplets (saliva, sneezing, sputters You can also become contaminated through contact with the patient’s environment (bedding, clothes, dishes, bath linen, etc.) It is therefore important that patients maintain isolation throughout the duration of the illness. (until disappearance of the last crusts, most often 3 weeks).”

15:25 – A ninth confirmed case in Belgium

A new case of monkey pox has been confirmed at the CHU Saint Pierre in Brussels. It is added to the list of 8 cases already detected in the flat country.

14:30 – PCR tests to detect monkeypox in preparation?

On Wednesday May 25, in a press release, the director of Roche’s Diagnostics division indicated that PCR tests for detecting monkeypox were well under study: “We very quickly developed a new series of tests for the detection of monkeypox virus and monitoring its spread.” However, it is important to specify that these tests will not be intended for the general public, but for carrying out studies on monkeypox, in the laboratory.

1:30 p.m. – The European Union will make group purchases of vaccines

As the world worries about the progression of monkeypox in Europe, the European Commission has announced that the European Union is preparing to order vaccines and other treatments against monkeypox. In addition, the European Health Emergency Response Authority (HERA) “is working with Member States and manufacturers to procure vaccines and treatments for monkeypox”, said the spokesperson for the European Commission for the health issues, Stefan de Keersmaecke.

12:45 – What to do if you are in contact?

If you have been in close contact with someone infected with monkeypox, or even a probable case, then you are declared a contact case. Public Health France indicates that by close contact, it is a question of understanding “physical and direct unprotected contact”, that is to say any contact with damaged skin, sexual acts, medical care or bodily fluids.

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The General Directorate of Health (DSG) announced, on Tuesday May 25, 2022, the detection of two new cases of monkeypox in France, bringing the number of infected to 7. As during the very first contamination, the Ministry of Health clarified that “as soon as the suspicion of his infection, this person was taken care of. In the absence of gravity, he is isolated at his home”. The first patient was “a 29-year-old man with no history of travel to a country where the virus is circulating”. To stem the circulation of the virus, the health authorities announced that an “in-depth epidemiological investigation would be implemented by the teams of Public Health France” and that “the people who have been in close contact with these patients are being identified” .

According to the first findings of the World Health Organization (WHO), monkeypox originated in Central and West Africa. Countries such as Nigeria or Cameroon would be the main sources of origin. Known since the 1970s, this disease usually tends to develop in tropical areas. Seeing it develop in countries without this climate comes as a surprise to scientists.

Cases of monkeypox have been imported into Western countries since its discovery, including the United States, where they have remained “rare”, according to the US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC). Indeed, in the spring of 2003, cases had been confirmed in the country, thus marking the first appearance of this disease outside the African continent.

New cases of monkeypox are on the rise worldwide and the WHO has warned health authorities in all countries that the increase is to be expected. Below, find the data graphed by Ourworldindata, which allows you to visualize the evolution of the circulation of the disease.

The number of contaminations remains for the moment quite limited, we note in Europe a more important phenomenon of transmission in the United Kingdom, unless the services of the health authorities have developed more efficient means to identify new cases of monkey pox. The map proposed by Ourdatainworld makes it possible to measure the distortions in the spread of monkeypox in the different continents of the world.

England was the first to sound the alarm. A first patient with monkeypox was identified there on May 7, it was a person returning from a trip to Nigeria. The British health security agency assures that with the exception of the first case detected, the transmission between the other cases would have taken place within the country. Since then, the number of cases has steadily increased. Spain, Portugal, Canada and the United States have, in turn, reported having spotted the presence of monkeypox, or what appears to be, on their territory. Sweden and Italy followed. Nearly 20 countries are concerned.

According to the World Health Organization, monkeypox is contracted by “consumption of undercooked meat from infected animals.” Indeed, originally, it is an infectious disease caused by a virus transmitted by animals, mainly rodents. Human transmission would be the result of contact with a person already contaminated or with their organic fluids (saliva in particular).

But monkeypox can also be transmitted through close contact with infected respiratory tract secretions, skin lesions of an infected person, or objects recently contaminated with body fluids or material from a patient’s lesions. Sexual relations could thus spread the disease according to the British Health Security Agency. Protected intercourse is therefore recommended.

Symptoms resemble those of smallpox patients, but milder. In the first 5 days, the infection causes several symptoms: fever, headache, swelling of the lymph nodes (adenopathy), back pain, muscle pain (myalgia) and exhaustion (asthenia).

Within 1-3 days (sometimes longer) of the onset of fever, the patient develops rash symptoms that often start on the face and then spread to other parts of the body, including the palms of the hands , the soles of the feet and the mucous membranes (mouth and genital area). Itching is common. The lesions pass through different successive stages: macules, papules, vesicles, pustules and crusts. When the scabs fall off, people are no longer contagious. The other mucous membranes (ENT, conjunctivae) may also be affected. “The incubation of the disease can range from 5 to 21 days. The fever phase lasts about 1 to 3 days. The disease, generally mild, most often heals spontaneously, after 2 to 3 weeks” emphasizes Public Health France .

If the symptoms seem virulent, especially in men, the mortality rate remains low. Indeed, the World Health Organization (WHO) affirms that “in general, the fatality rate has been between 1% and 10%, with most deaths occurring in the youngest”. Two years after the start of the coronavirus epidemic, should we be worried about the spread of a new virus? According to Antoine Gessain, head of the epidemiology and physiopathology of oncogenic viruses unit at the Institut Pasteur, monkeypox presents only a low level of danger, as he explained to BFM TV. No vaccine is necessary. He even wants to be reassuring: “there is not much risk of a major pandemic.”

Some countries quickly adopted measures to prevent the spread of the virus. The health authorities of Portugal and Spain have thus triggered a national health alert. Italy said the situation was “under constant surveillance” and Swedish authorities are “now investigating with regional infection control centers to find out if there are more cases”.

Spain decided to take the lead. The Iberian kingdom said on Thursday that it was preparing to purchase thousands of smallpox vaccines, normally intended to fight against smallpox, an extremely serious disease that the WHO had declared eradicated in 1980. “We must find a way to quickly buy these vaccines because it is a very valuable tool to stop the epidemic”, commented to the Madrid daily El Pais Elena Andradas, the director general of public health for the community of Madrid. This vaccine is not intended to be administered to the general population, but only to contacts of confirmed cases.

According to an article in La Tribune, at the end of 2012, France had a strategic stock of 1st generation vaccines of more than 82 million doses. These stocks have been kept for 40 years by the Army Health Service (SSA).

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