Pensioner from Dagestan lost 9.3 kilograms in five hours – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

A resident of the Dagestan village of Mugi, 66-year-old Bahama Aygubov, after a five-hour run at the stadium, lost 9.3 kilograms. The unique result is included in the Russian Book of Records.

how reports The Ministry of Physical Culture and Sports of the Republic of Dagestan, before the start of the race, a well-known athlete in the republic passed the weighing procedure. The scales showed 88 kilograms.

Despite the pouring rain, Bahama Aygubov managed to reach his goal and finished. The athlete’s health was monitored by doctors, who checked blood pressure after the finish. It turned out to be normal, the record holder felt good. Control weighing showed -78.7 kilograms.

In a solemn atmosphere, Aybov was awarded a certificate from the Russian Book of Records in the Bahama. The video footage of the recorded record will be sent to the Guinness Book.


93 people died from coronavirus in Russia per day :: Society :: RBC

In Moscow, 23 people died in a day, all other deaths were recorded in the regions

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During the day in Russia, 93 people died from coronavirus, the operational headquarters reported. Since the start of the epidemic, 9166 patients have become victims of COVID-19 in the country.

The day before, 104 people died from coronavirus.

For a day in the country revealed 6719 new cases of infection. In total, 641,156 cases of coronavirus were detected in Russia, over 403 thousand people recovered.

The increase in the number of patients with COVID-19 in Russia has become minimal in two months

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Most deaths from coronavirus are in Moscow (3761, 23 people died per day), St. Petersburg (1105) and Moscow Region (875). Outside the capital and St. Petersburg, the list of regions by the number of epidemic victims looks like this:


In Moscow, 23 patients with coronavirus died per day :: Society :: RBC

The number of deaths in the capital since the beginning of the pandemic reached 3,761, more than 220 thousand people fell ill

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Over the last day in Moscow, 23 people died with coronavirus infection COVID-19, according to the operational headquarters to combat the disease. In all patients, pneumonia was confirmed.

Since the start of the pandemic, the total number of deaths in the city has reached 3,761.

How the number of coronavirus survivors and deaths in Russia is changing

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The capital is in first place in the number of coronavirus victims among Russian regions. Following, according to the website Stopkoronavirus.rf, go St. Petersburg (1086), Moscow Region (864), Dagestan (371) and Nizhny Novgorod Region (226). According to the data of the operational headquarters on the morning of June 28, a total of 9073 deaths were recorded in Russia.

Since the spread of infection in Moscow, more than 220 thousand cases of coronavirus have been identified. In total, 634.4 thousand people were infected in Russia, 399 thousand patients fully recovered.


Moscow ceased to be the leader in deaths from COVID-19 :: Society :: RBC

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Over the past 24 hours in Russia because of the coronavirus COVID-19 died 95 people. It is reported by the operational headquarters for the fight against the virus.

Of this number, most of the deaths recorded in Saint-Petersburg — 29. Another 20 people died in Moscow, six in the Kamchatka region, three in Dagestan.

For the entire period of the pandemic in Russia, died 8 206 people. The mortality rate among all Russian regions in the first place is Moscow, where the total number of victims has increased to 3617. After the capital is Saint Petersburg with 869 dead, the suburbs (783), Dagestan (351) and the Nizhny Novgorod region (201).

According to the operational headquarters, for the last day in the country coronavirus have been identified in the 7600 people. Most identified for day cases was registered in Moscow — 1068. Behind her is the suburbs (506), Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (295), Nizhny Novgorod oblast (219) and St. Petersburg (217).

In total in Russia there are now 280 of 592 cases of infection with coronavirus COVID-19.


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“We feel safe today in Dagestan”

La Croix: Russian authorities have noted a sharp decrease in jihadist attacks in the Caucasus. Do you share this observation and to what do you attribute it?

Marina Saferova: A few years ago, we feared going to the theater, the cinema, concerts, or simply spending New Years in a village hall, due to the terrorist attacks. The military and police struggle against jihadist groups has reduced the number of attacks (from the 2010s, Editor’s note) and destroys organized cells. Many, who were hiding in the forest, then left to fight in Syria or Iraq. They are known to the authorities, and it is very difficult for them to return. In short, we feel safe today in Dagestan.

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But if the bloody attacks stopped, there would be dormant cells. In the Caucasus, Islamist extremism has taken more underground forms, and therefore more difficult to grasp. But if you wander around the cities of Dagestan today, Islam is no more visible than in Europe.

In light of your fieldwork, what do we know about radicalized people in the Caucasus?

M. S.: If there is no typical profile, we could observe trends. The phenomenon mainly affects the over 30s, from the upper middle and middle classes, and of course their children. Among proponents of a radical Islam, there is the temptation to fall back in family or in a small community circle, which can be accompanied by a rejection of the laws of the Russian federation, without necessarily sliding towards terrorism from elsewhere.

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Conversely, the younger generation, the 18-30 age group, seems much less porous to jihadist discourse, perhaps due to the mistakes of previous generations or the deaths of many fighters who had joined Daesh.

How does the ideology of extremist Islam circulate today in Dagestan?

M. S.: In the 1990s, the arrival of radical foreign imams played an important role in the radicalization of minds. From now on, this no longer goes through the sermons of imams or mosques, with some exceptions.

The methods are ultimately not very different from those used in countries like France. Some radicalize within the family circle, others through friends or acquaintances. It can also go through the couple, and of course the Internet, despite the increased surveillance of the web made possible by a series of laws, including the obligation for content hosts to keep conversations on social networks for six months. We can observe that the followers of a Salafist type of Islam are much less quick to impose their vision of the world outside their community. Let’s add that part of the population seems vaccinated against extremist ideology after the Chechen wars and the failure of Daesh.