Putin shows his chest for his Covid vaccine and offers it free to the UN

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, He put his chest out before the UN on Tuesday for the rapid development in his country of a coronavirus vaccine and offered it free of charge to the organization to protect all its employees.

In his video message to the General Assembly, Putin He pointed out that his Government is ready to offer the United Nations all the necessary assistance, which includes free vaccination for all staff who want it.

He also said thatYour country is open to supply other nations with the so-called “Spútnik V”, which, as he highlighted, has been proven “safe” and “effective.”

Putin insisted that citizens around the world should have free access to a Covid-19 vaccine and He also underlined the Kremlin’s willingness to work with other governments to share diagnostic methods. and treatment of the disease.

In addition, in contrast to the United States, he defended that the World Health Organization (WHO) should have a central role in coordinating the response and said that Russia is working to strengthen the capacity of the Geneva-based entity.

On the other hand, Putin warned of the long-term economic effects that the current crisis will have and defended the need for the entire international community to work board to drive growth.

In this context, he stressed the importance of eliminating barriers, restrictions and, above all, “illegitimate sanctions” in international trade.

In the geopolitical and military sphere, the Russian leader He assured that he wants to cooperate with the United States to extend the strategic arms reduction treaty and hoped that there will be “restraint” when it comes to deploying new missile systems.

Too reiterated interest in a binding treaty to ban weapons in outer space and opted for more cooperation in cybersecurity.

Coinciding with the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, Putin defended the work of the organization and, although he recognized that it is necessary to adapt it to the reality of the 21st century, he made it clear that his country opposes major changes in the Security Council, where it is one of the five permanent members and has veto power.

According to him, for the Council to continue being the “pillar of global governance” it is essential that these five countries, nuclear powers and victors of World War II, retain the privilege of the veto.

.

“How I Met Your Mother”: That’s what the series stars do today

Updated on September 19, 2020, 2:49 p.m.

Fifteen years ago, on September 19, 2005, the first episode of the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” was broadcast in the USA – it is one of the most successful series of all time. In 2014, the last of 208 episodes flickered across the screens. What are the stars of the successful series doing today? © 1&1 Mail & Media/spot on news





In 2010 Radnor celebrated his directorial debut with the film “HappyThankYouMorePlease”, for which he received a prize at the Sundance Film Festival. After the series ended in 2014, he can be seen in the Broadway play “Disgraced”. He also plays with the Australian Ben Lee, whom he met on the set of “How I Met Your Mother”, in the band “Radnor and Lee”. Since 2020 he has played one of the leading roles alongside Al Pacino in the Amazon Prime series “Hunters”.

© imago images/ZUMA Press




In “How I Met Your Mother” Jason Segel plays the friendly, clumsy lawyer Marshall Eriksen, who has been Ted Mosby’s closest friend since college. He knows how to use the success of HIMYM for himself: Even during the series he can be seen in films such as “Never again sex with the ex”, “Men’s Trip”, “The Muppets” and “Almost Married”, for which he also wrote the scripts writes.

© imago images/Mary Evans




After that, Segel plays more serious characters, in 2017 in “The Discovery”, “The End of the Tour” and “The Friend”. Since 2020 the actor has played the lead role in the television series “Dispatches from Elsewhere”, which he developed.

© Rich Polk/Getty Images




In “How I Met Your Mother” Cobie Smulders plays the TV presenter Robin Scherbatsky, who has just moved from her beloved home Canada to New York and is becoming more and more famous in her new home. First she has a relationship with Ted, later with Barney.

© imago images/Mary Evans




Cobie Smulders, who is also Canadian in real life, is rather unknown before her HIMYM lead role, works two-way as a model. The series made the film industry aware of her: in 2012 she played the agent Maria Hill in “Marvel’s The Avengers”. She slips into the same role in “Captain America 2”, “Avengers 2: Age of Ultron”, “Avengers: Endgame” and “Spider-Man: Far From Home”.

© Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images




Neil Patrick Harris (left) embodies the notoriously unrelated womanizer Barney Stinson, who is always dressed in a tailored suit to meet new women. The role of Barney Stinson is supposed to be played by a larger man, but Harris is so convincing during his audition that he gets the role.

© imago images/Mary Evans




After the series ended, Neil Patrick Harris was doing well professionally: In 2014 he won a Tony Award for his leading role in the Broadway musical “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”; Events “, which he co-produced. He is also taking off on Instagram: He lets more than eight million followers share in his family life with husband David (left) and their twins.

© imago images/Pacific Press Agency




Lily Aldrin, played by Alyson Hannigan, has also known Ted Mosby since college days – as does Marshall, with whom she is married. The actress became known to a wide audience even before “How I Met Your Mother” – she starred in the series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and the “American Pie” films.

© imago images/Mary Evans




After the sitcom ended in 2014, things will be quiet about the actress. In 2018 she can be seen in “You Might Be the Killer” and in 2019 in the real version of “Kim Possible”. Since 2016 she has hosted the US magic show “Penn & Teller: Fool Us”. Alyson Hannigan has been married to her “Buffy” co-star Alexis Denisof since 2003 – the couple have two children.

© Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images




Tracy McConnell – played by Cristin Milioti – remains a mystery for most of the series, even though it is all about her: she is the mother of Ted Mosby’s children. Only in the final season does Tracy appear on the series and her name is revealed. At the end of the last episode, it turns out that she died of a serious illness in 2024.

© imago images/Future Image




In 2013 Cristin Milioti can be seen in the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, in the same year she wins a Grammy for her appearance in the musical “Once”. From 2015 she appears in several episodes of the television series “The Mindy Project”. In 2017 she got a role on the Netflix show “Black Mirror”. In 2020 she can be seen in the movie “Palm Springs”.

© imago images/ZUMA Press




In the series, Ted Mosby’s children – Penny (Lyndsy Fonseca) and Luke (David Henrie) – whom he tells the story of their mother, can often be seen at the beginning of individual episodes. Their names will only be known in the final season. All scenes with the two teenagers are only shot until the second season in order to keep the age authentic.

© imago images/ZUMA, imago images/Mary Evans, [M]




After that, David Henrie can mainly be seen in the Disney universe: In 2007 he got the role of Justin Russo in the series “The Magicians of Waverly Place” and in the accompanying film. In 2013 he can be seen in “Grown-ups 2”, in 2015 in “Der Kaufhaus Cop 2”. In 2020 he will unveil his latest project: Together with Selena Gomez he will appear in the film “This Is The Year”, on whose screenplay he was involved.

© Rich Polk/Getty Images




Lyndsy Fonseca plays Ted Mosby’s daughter Penny in the series. With HIMYM the actress got hold of a multitude of other roles: from 2006 she can be seen in the TV series “Big Love”, from 2007 in “Desperate Housewives” and from 2010 in a leading role in the action series “Nikita”. She also has guest appearances in series such as “CSI: On the trail of the perpetrators” and “Dr. House”.

© Robin L Marshall/Getty Images




Stella Zinman, played by Sarah Chalke (left), plays a recurring supporting role in seasons three to five: the dermatologist gets Ted as a patient, the two become a couple and want to get married. However, Stella leaves Ted at the altar to return to her ex-boyfriend Tony, with whom she has a daughter. Chalke is mainly known from the series “Scrubs – The Beginners”.

© imago images/Mary Evans




After “How I Met Your Mother” Sarah Chalke starred in other series, including “Mad Love”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “How to Live with Your Parents” and “Friends from College”. Since 2013 she lends Beth Smith her voice in “Rick and Morty”.

© Rich Polk/Getty Image




Ashley Williams stars in the series Victoria, who has two relationships with Ted and works as a pastry chef in the Buttercup pastry shop. During her first relationship with Ted, Victoria, whose last name is never mentioned, moves to Germany – they both cheat on each other and she eventually marries a German. A few years later, Victoria and Ted meet again and begin a relationship again, but it doesn’t last.

© Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images




After “How I Met Your Mother” Ashley Williams can be seen in various television series and films. In 2012 she appears in “Fremd Fischen” alongside Kate Hudson and John Krasinski in front of the camera. She played the lead role in the sitcom “The Jim Gaffigan Show” from 2015 to 2016.

© Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images




The Iranian-American actor Marshall Manesh plays the taxi driver Ranjit Singh in “How I Met Your Mother”, who often drives Ted, Lilly, Marshall, Robin and Barney through New York, mostly at important moments in their lives.

© imago images/Everett Collection

.

“Convicted of taxiing, he saw criminals go out every day”

Renaud was 36 years old. Father of two children, his funeral will take place this Friday, at the crematorium of Robermont. On September 14, his birthday, he ended his life in Saint-Hubert prison, where he was serving a sentence for driving facts. “He saw people coming out who did things much more serious than him, rapes, robberies, and he remained imprisoned. It was very trying for my son ”.

►► Renaud’s mother explains to us what led him to prison and why he was in pain

►► On the day of the tragedy, he had been put in solitary confinement: explanations

.

26-year-old Katarina was missing on her birthday

On the evening of Saturday, an unusual commotion was observed on the side of the rue de la Bassée, in the Mouscron zoning. And for good reason ! Earlier in the day, around 6.30 p.m., agricultural machinery harvesting corn fell on the body of a young woman!

The body was finally identified: it is that of a young woman, Katarina (photo), 26 years old, who had disappeared on August 26th … on her birthday. This is unfortunately a desperate act, according to experts who visited the site.

►► Our information

.

Emilio Zingoni, 50 years contributing to the health of the region

Emilio Zingoni has a profession that is not only difficult to pronounce: otorhinolaryngology. Because the job – constant, tenacious and meticulous – of every doctor, is a daily fight to achieve the quality of life of people. It was in the Neuquen yesterday with the resources that were available, it is today, in the midst of a Covid_19 pandemic.

But Emilio, who lived through the polio epidemic in 1956, says that “this too will pass.” “What you have to do is focus on responsibility, on being supportive, on being more human, on taking care of ourselves; until we find a scientific way out of the disease ”, reaffirms the doctor who on September 5 celebrated 50 years in medicine. “Wear the chinstrap, maintain distances and hygiene, go to work if necessary and stock up, and as far as possible, stay at home,” he emphasizes.

Emilio, with his 75 years, made the decision that he was going to continue working when things got dark for the city and for the rest of the country. “Twice a week I go to the office to attend to patients who require it, but I try to facilitate the telephone consultation,” he says, adding that he is not retiring yet “because he is not at that time when he could live without working.”

In the half century that Zingoni served as a specialist, he opened throats, extracted adenoids, uncovered ears and operated on the sinusitis of a good number of Neuquén and other neighboring regions. And like his father Emilo Zingoni did, he toured the interior of the province so that accessibility and the right to health were possible. “I graduated from the National University of La Plata in 1970 and went back to Neuquen because it was my place. I remember that at that time Dr. Pellín was in charge of the hospital and he offered to help the two specialists who were already working and also asked me to take care of the patients of Plottier, Centenario, Picún Leufú, Piedra del Águila and Villa La Angostura”Says Zingoni. “In Piedra I could not operate because the electricity service was during the night and in the morning there was no energy to open the operating room; but in Picún yes; I had the only patient there that I lost track of and I couldn’t follow her postoperative period ”, she says. It was about a local who had his tonsils removed, who, coming out of anesthesia, got up and did not wait for the doctor’s evaluation. “Now I tell it and laugh, but the truth is that I remember him a lot because I was worried,” he emphasizes.

SFP_Dr-Emilio-Zingoni-(11).png

sebastian Fariña Petersen

The Santiago del Estero almost Roca street office – where his father and brother Carlos (of the same specialty) also attended – was the cradle of otorhinolaryngology until 2014. Perhaps someone could remember in these lines a full waiting room, a phone ringing every five minutes and two women organizing the shifts of the full schedules: the efficient Raquel and the endearing Elda. Perhaps someone has had a throat operation in that iconic place and remembers the past through the doctor’s room announcing the best news: “Today you are only going to eat ice cream, eh?”

“What you have to do is focus on responsibility, on being supportive, on being more human, on taking care of ourselves; until we find a scientific way out of the disease. “

Whenever he doesn’t have to leave the house, Zingoni continues studying. “We are doing a training focused on immunity, one of the topics that most concern us today, specifically on mucous membranes,” he explains. Because for him, looking for why, “is a matter of every day.”

In the footsteps of Fernando

The root of the Zingoni surname in the area begins with Don Fernando, who came from a village in Calabria (Italy) called Montalvo Uffugo. First he settled in Viedma because his brother Vicente was there, but one day, due to his characteristic adventurous eagerness, he got on his horse and – carrying his flock of sheep – arrived at the Río Grande de Neuquén Spa. By 1912, Emilio Zingoni’s grandfather had already skirted the river up to Piedra del Águila and had decided to go west, more precisely in Catan Lil, to raise and trade cattle with Chile.

He formed his family by marrying Emma Mathiu, a Swiss-French resident of San Martín de los Andes, with whom he had 8 children, one of them Emilio’s father, also called Emilio. “In 1912 there were no schools in the area, so the old man did his primary studies in Bahía Blanca and secondary in Buenos Aires,” he says. “He was twenty-five years old when, in Buenos Aires, he met my mother: María Romana Caruso, who encouraged him to study medicine. She, abandoning her career as a singer and actress, supported him during the seven years of study ”, he emphasizes.

As Don Emilio Zingoni Sr. had taken the Army candidate course, when in 1946 he was called to come as a doctor to the area, he did not hesitate. They settled in a little house where the Engineers Battalion is located today. “Everything was very far away at that time, the small town in Neuquén had the jail as one of its limits, another was the cemetery, another the wall, but it started in Elordi more or less; and our route 22 was Calle San Martín, where the city’s first gasoline supplier is located, ”says the otorhinographer.

SFP_Dr-Emilio-Zingoni-(7).png

Emilio continues working at 75 years of age treating patients from Neuquén and Río Negro

Emilio continues working at 75 years of age treating patients from Neuquén and Río Negro

sebastian Fariña Petersen

Don Zingoni Sr. and María Ramona had five more children in addition to Emilio: Cristina Amalia who died at 21 days from a lung infection, María Cristina, Carlos Augusto, María Inés and María Elena. “Our childhood with my siblings was crossing to Plaza Roca with the complicity of Margarita and Elvira, who looked after us and riding their bikes or skates while Mom and Dad went out on a spree,” she recalls. However, not everything was fun, being a little more adult and before going to study in La Plata, Emilio became a very loyal companion of Don Emilio. “My father began to work in his private practice, ad-honorem at the Neuquén Hospital and together with doctors Rafael Vitale and Luis Ramón they founded what is now the Neuquén Polyclinic. But also, due to the lack of specialists south of the Colorado River, I went through the towns of Alto Valle, Plaza Huincul and Zapala. We would get on the “Mercury ’47 and I would accompany him on those medical tours,” he says proudly.

Emilio Zingoni stands on the Neuquén fence and observes the amount of buildings and asphalt. Also the green foliage that anticipates the entrance to the river valley. “The Neuquén that I wish for the future is the one that rests on the teachings of the pioneers: that of effort, humanity and respect. Understand that we cannot base our progress only on hydrocarbon exploitation but on the strengthening of education, culture and public health it is what will help to improve things ”, concludes the doctor.

.

Kingdom Hearts: Tetsuya Nomura teases for the 20th anniversary of the license and brings up the case of the Switch

License Kingdom Hearts is far from having said its last word, even if the whole saga around Xehanort ended with the third episode. Indeed, we are now in a 2nd phase including in particular Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, expected at the end of the year. And it’s not over, since Tetsuya Nomura had already indicated that his team was working on the next main episode. Precisely on this subject, it could arrive as early as 2022 for the 20th anniversary.

In an interview given to Famitsu and taken over by Gematsu, Tetsuya Nomura indeed said the following:

Famitsu: I want to ask about the future of the series. The Dark Seeker story ended with Kingdom Hearts III, but all mysteries have not been revealed and the secret film suggests that there are still new developments to come. What does the future of the Kingdom Hearts series look like?

Nomura : Kingdom Hearts will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2022, you know.

Famitsu: That’s right.

Nomura: That being said … I’m working hard for the 20th anniversary. (Laughs.) I’ve already started thinking about the next job myself, and the Kingdom Hearts team has already started working on something new. Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory came right before we started working on the next title, so the core team were able to help us. When we are able to announce something in the future, I think it will be full of surprises, so look forward to it.

On the other hand, don’t expect anything new on Switch except Melody of Memory (available for pre-order at € 59.99 on Amazon), because he also declared to Nintendo Enthusiast than the publisher has no plan for the console regarding the license Kingdom Hearts, even ports being technologically difficult, which leaves us doubtful … On the other hand, the interested party appreciates the Switch and, although not being able to speak for Square Enix, thinks it’s possible that one of his games could be released in the future.

editor vignetteAlexandre SAMSON (Omega Law)
Responsible Corrector – Writer
Addicted to Assassin’s Creed and Destiny, big fan of RPGs and passionate about gaming experiences in general. Reader of comics (DC) and various manga (One Piece!). A chemist by training and a Whovian at heart.
Follow me : Twitter GamergenInstagram Gamergen

.

“I was too young to understand”

For his first birthday, Matthew received a bottle of 18 year old Macallan single malt whiskey: “I thought it was a quirky little gift because I was a little too young to understand. But I had received strict instructions ”.

But his father knew that the bottles would increase in value over the years: “I thought it would be interesting to buy a bottle every year and that he ends up with 18 bottles of 18 year old whiskey for his. 18th birthday, ”Father Pete told the BBC.

Today, the 28-year-old Englishman from Tauton has just put his 28 bottles on sale for a sum of… 53,000 dollars! The man is going to use the money to buy a house.

The 60 year old Macallan single malt has been described as the “holy grail of whiskey” by auction house Mark Littler, as the Insider notes.

.

should we stop blowing out birthday candles?

From the end of hugs to physical distancing at all times, the Covid-19 pandemic is fundamentally disrupting our daily lives. A festive and annual ritual could also be brought to disappear, or at least put on hold: to blow out birthday candles.

“I think maybe this is the end of the birthday tradition of having a big cake, several candles and blowing out.” Paul Dawson, professor of food safety, co-authored a study in 2017 that showed that blowing a cake increased the number of bacteria on it by 1,400%.

This has no immediate consequence in relation to the Covid-19, which is a virus and not a bacteria. But Paul Dawson, in an interview with Canadian media CTV, says that blowing on a cake is like putting “everything in your mouth, not just bacteria” on it.

The end of “Happy Birthday”?

Candles might not be the only thing to change at birthday parties. In the New York Times, epidemiologist Susan Hassig advises not to sing the refrain of “Happy Birthday” in closed places, in order to prevent the circulation of the virus, the action of singing increases, according to several studies, the chances of transmitting Covid-19.

The new coronavirus is transmitted mainly “via respiratory droplets (…) or via droplets of saliva”, recalls the site of theWorld Health Organization.

The editorial staff recommends you


Read more

.

12 restored copies to celebrate the model’s 60th anniversary

In March 2021, the Jaguar Type E will be 60 years old! To properly celebrate this anniversary, Jaguar Classic – the historic division of the manufacturer – has decided to restore 6 coupes and 6 convertibles. The models will be rehabilitated according to strict specifications and specially developed for the occasion.

All E-Type will be equipped with the 269 hp (265 BHP) 3.8L 6-cylinder. They will be metallic gray (coupe) or English green (cab ‘).

The copies will all be flanked by a special badge “Edition 60“and will include a number of commemorative details created in collaboration with Jaguar Design Director Julian Thomson. Jaguar indicates that the copies will be sold in pairs … It is already possible to prove a buyer by contacting Jaguar Classic via the online platform.

Tribute to the first Type E in history

These models will be the faithful reproduction of the two oldest and famous Jaguar E-Type: the “9600 HP” (coupe) and the “77 RW” (convertible). This code name is the English vehicle registration number.

“The 9600 HP was one of the first two models unveiled to guests at Parc des Eaux Vives in Geneva, the day before the opening at the Swiss Motor Show,” explains the manufacturer. It was March 15, 1961.

Faced with the enthusiasm for the coupe, Jaguar immediately wanted to present the discoverable version on its stand. Norman Dewis, the Jaguar test driver at the time, was therefore asked to cease his activities in order to reach Coventry in Geneva as quickly as possible (over 1,000 km), behind the wheel of a Type E Roadster! A journey he made foot to the ground. It is said that its average speed was 110 km / h. It took him 17 hours to make this trip!

Efficient and inexpensive: the key to success!

The Type E quickly became an icon of the 60s. The stars are fighting over it: Brigitte Bardot, Steve McQueen, Frank Sinatra, George Harrison, Tony Curtis … What makes its charm? Its unbeatable price and performance. It offers a top speed of almost 241 km / h (0-100 km / h in 7 sec) for just over £ 2,000, just. It was up to half the price of its rivals at the time. The situation has changed a lot since …

Read also:
The Jaguar E-Type selected for the Retromobile 2021 poster
The new Jaguar Type E Lightweight is here!
A Frenchman at the helm of the Jaguar-Land Rover group

.

Putin and Lukashenko will open the Rzhev Memorial on June 30 :: Politics :: RBC

Rzhev Memorial to Soviet Soldier

(Photo: Nina Parshina / RIA Novosti)

Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko will take part in the opening of the Rzhev Memorial to the Soviet Soldier in the Tver Region on June 30, according to the Kremlin’s website.

On June 24, Putin invited his Belarusian colleague, who came to the Victory Parade, to participate in the opening of the memorial near Rzhev in the Tver Region.

Lukashenko addressed guests of the Victory Parade with the words “we will win, we will stand”

Alexander Lukashenko at a military parade to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War

The Rzhev Memorial was created by sculptor Andrei Korobtsov and architect Konstantin Fomin. The initiators of the erection of the monument were veterans of the Great Patriotic War. The sculptural structure in honor of the fallen in the Battle of Rzhev is a 25-meter bronze figure of a Soviet soldier. The monument was erected on a ten-meter bulk mound.

In May, the Russian Military Historical Society reported that the monument was ready for opening in April, but because of the coronavirus epidemic, the ceremony had to be postponed until June. In particular, the possibility of opening the Rzhev Monument on June 22, the anniversary of the start of World War II, was considered.

.