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डेमोक्रेटिक हाउस के अभियोजकों ने शुक्रवार को डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प के महाभियोग के मुकदमे में अपने अंतिम तर्क पेश किए, राष्ट्रपति ने कहा कि 2020 के चुनाव से पहले उनके कार्यालय की शक्ति का दुरुपयोग करने में बनी रहेगी जब तक कि कांग्रेस उन्हें कार्यालय से हटाने के लिए हस्तक्षेप नहीं करती।

"वह वह है जो वह है," प्रतिनिधि इंटेल हाउस समिति के अध्यक्ष एडम शिफ ने सीनेटरों से कहा, डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प पर अमेरिका-यूक्रेन के रिश्ते को एक तरह से लाइन पर लगाने का आरोप लगाया, जिससे रूस को फायदा हुआ, ताकि वह राजनीतिक रूप ले सके। जो बिडेन पर "सस्ते शॉट"।

"आप उस आदमी को कार्यालय में नहीं छोड़ सकते," शिफ ने कहा। "आप जानते हैं कि यह रुकने वाला नहीं है। यह तब तक नहीं रुकेगा जब तक कि कांग्रेस इसके बारे में कुछ नहीं करती।"

जैसा कि डेमोक्रेट्स ने तीसरे दिन के लिए संदेहपूर्ण रिपब्लिकन सीनेटरों के सामने अपना मामला दबाया, राष्ट्रपति की कानूनी टीम अपने बचाव के लिए तैयारी कर रही थी, शनिवार से शुरू होने की उम्मीद है।

डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प, सीनेट चैम्बर से परे दर्शकों पर नज़रें गड़ाए हुए हैं, उन्होंने एक ट्वीट में कहा, "ऐसा लग रहा है कि मेरे वकील शनिवार को शुरू हो जाएंगे, जिसे टी। वी। में डेथ वैली कहा जाता है।"

सीनेट के जुआरियों ने शुक्रवार को एक और लंबे दिन का सामना किया, जो कलम और कागज से लैस था – और रिपब्लिकन के लिए, फिजेट स्पिनरों का उपहार – ऐतिहासिक परीक्षण के लिए।

डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प को पिछले महीने सदन में महाभियोग लाने के बाद सीनेट में दिखाने की कोशिश की जा रही है, जिसमें यूक्रेन पर राजनीतिक रूप से दुश्मन बाइडेन और बिडेन के बेटे के लिए प्रेरित करने के लिए अपने कार्यालय का दुरुपयोग करने का आरोप लगाते हुए एक अमेरिकी सहयोगी से सैन्य सहायता वापस ले रहा है जो सीमा पर युद्ध के साथ था। रूस।

महाभियोग के दूसरे लेख में डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प पर कांग्रेस को बाधित करने का आरोप लगाकर दस्तावेजों को पलट देने या सदन की जांच में अधिकारियों को गवाही देने की अनुमति देने का आरोप लगाया गया है।

रिपब्लिकन ने डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प के कार्यों का उचित रूप से बचाव किया है और इस प्रक्रिया को एक राजनीतिक रूप से प्रेरित प्रयास के रूप में उनके पुनर्मिलन अभियान में कमजोर करने के लिए कास्टिंग कर रहे हैं। रिपब्लिकन सीनेट में 53-47 बहुमत रखते हैं, और बरी होने की संभावना मानी जाती है।

सीनेट अगले सप्ताह शीर्ष ट्रम्प सहयोगियों से गवाही के लिए डेमोक्रेटिक मांगों पर एक निर्णायक मतदान की ओर बढ़ रही है, जिसमें स्टाफ के प्रमुख मिक मुलवेनी और पूर्व राष्ट्रीय सुरक्षा सलाहकार जॉन बोल्टन शामिल हैं जिन्होंने सदन के सामने आने से इनकार कर दिया। गवाहों की तलाश के लिए डेमोक्रेटिक अल्पसंख्यक में शामिल होने के लिए चार रिपब्लिकन सीनेटरों को लिया जाएगा, और अब तक संख्या में कमी दिखाई देती है।

ट्रंप के विश्वासपात्र सेन-लिंडसे ग्राहम, आर-एससी ने कहा, "इसे समाप्त करने की जरूरत है।" उन्होंने कहा कि वह बोल्टन या बीडेंस से सुनना नहीं चाहते हैं।

मुख्य न्यायाधीश जॉन रॉबर्ट्स की अध्यक्षता में, शुक्रवार के तर्क डेमोक्रेट्स द्वारा महाभियोग के पहले लेख, शक्ति के दुरुपयोग, दूसरे की ओर रुख करने से पहले, कांग्रेस को बाधित करने से पहले उनकी प्रस्तुति को खोलते हैं।

डेमोक्रेट्स ने दिवंगत रिपब्लिकन सेन जॉन मैक्केन के शब्दों पर भरोसा किया। सीनेटरों को यह समझाने के लिए कि यूक्रेन को सैन्य सहायता को अवरुद्ध करने का डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प का निर्णय कितना "परेशान" था, जैसा कि शिफ ने इसे रखा था।

यह सिर्फ एक नीतिगत विवाद नहीं था, शिफ ने तर्क दिया, लेकिन "एक रूसी खुफिया तख्तापलट के एक नरक" के रूप में ट्रम्प ने यूक्रेन के बारे में "कूकी" सिद्धांतों का पीछा किया, ट्रम्प के वकील रूडी गिउलियानी द्वारा धक्का दिया गया जिसने यूएस के खर्च पर व्लादिमीर पुतिन को फायदा पहुंचाया।

"यह ट्रम्प प्रथम है। अमेरिका पहले नहीं," शिफ ने घोषित किया।

गुरुवार को, डेमोक्रेट्स ने तर्क दिया कि डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प के इरादे स्पष्ट थे, कि उन्होंने इतिहास में किसी भी अन्य राष्ट्रपति की तरह शक्ति का दुरुपयोग किया था, Giuliani द्वारा धक्का दिए गए "पूरी तरह से फर्जी" यूक्रेन सिद्धांत द्वारा बह गया।

शिफ ने सीनेटरों के लिए भावनात्मक दलील दी कि क्या दांव पर लगा था।

"आइए हम आपको कुछ बताते हैं। अगर सही मायने नहीं रखता है, तो इससे कोई फर्क नहीं पड़ता कि संविधान कितना अच्छा है," शिफ ने पिन-ड्रॉप-शांत कमरे से कहा। "यदि आप उसे दोषी पाते हैं तो आपको यह पता लगाना चाहिए कि उसे हटा दिया जाना चाहिए। क्योंकि सही मायने में।"

डेमोक्रेट्स ने तर्क दिया कि डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प का दुरुपयोग 2020 के चुनाव से पहले अपने फायदे के लिए था, यहां तक ​​कि देश के शीर्ष एफबीआई और राष्ट्रीय सुरक्षा अधिकारियों को सार्वजनिक रूप से इस सिद्धांत से चेतावनी दे रहे थे कि यह यूक्रेन नहीं, रूस था, जिसने 2016 के चुनाव में हस्तक्षेप किया था।

डेमोक्रेट्स की चुनौती स्पष्ट है क्योंकि वे न केवल काल्पनिक सीनेटरों को समझाने की कोशिश करते हैं बल्कि एक अमेरिकी जनता को एक चुनावी वर्ष में रिपब्लिकन राष्ट्रपति से विभाजित किया जाता है।

एसोसिएटेड प्रेस-एनओआरसी सेंटर फॉर पब्लिक अफेयर्स रिसर्च के एक नए सर्वेक्षण ने जनता को यह कहने के लिए थोड़ा और अधिक संभावना व्यक्त की कि सीनेट को दोषी ठहराया जाना चाहिए और ट्रम्प को पद से हटाने के लिए कहना चाहिए कि यह 45 प्रतिशत से 40 प्रतिशत नहीं होना चाहिए। लेकिन एक बड़ा प्रतिशत, 14 प्रतिशत, ने कहा कि वे एक राय होने के लिए पर्याप्त नहीं जानते थे।

व्यापक समझौते के साथ एक मुद्दा: डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प को शीर्ष सहयोगियों को परीक्षण में गवाह के रूप में उपस्थित होने की अनुमति देनी चाहिए। पोल के अनुसार रिपब्लिकन और डेमोक्रेट्स की प्रमुखताओं सहित लगभग 7 से 10 उत्तरदाताओं ने ऐसा कहा।

दोनों पक्षों ने अगले सप्ताह अपनी दलीलें समाप्त करने के बाद, सीनेटरों को इस बात का सामना करना होगा कि गवाहों को गवाही देने के लिए बुलाया जाए या नहीं। लेकिन यह मुद्दा सभी को लग रहा है लेकिन सुलझा हुआ है। रिपब्लिकन ने इस सप्ताह के शुरू में बैक-टू-बैक वोटों की गवाही देने के लिए बोल्टन और मुल्वनी सहित ट्रम्प के सहयोगियों को प्राप्त करने के डेमोक्रेटिक प्रयासों को खारिज कर दिया।

यूक्रेन कनेक्शन के लिए, सबूतों से पता चला है कि डोनाल्ड ट्रम्प, गिउलियानी के साथ, बिडेन और उनके बेटे, हंटर, जो एक यूक्रेनी गैस कंपनी के बोर्ड में सेवा कर रहे थे, की खोजबीन की और डिबंक किए गए सिद्धांत की जांच की मांग की कि यूक्रेन 2016 में यूएस में हस्तक्षेप किया। चुनाव।

यह राष्ट्रपति के शिविर में कई लोगों को अभी भी धक्का दे रहा है। Giuliani ने शुक्रवार को "फॉक्स एंड फ्रेंड्स" पर एक उपस्थिति में जोर देकर कहा कि वह अपने नए पॉडकास्ट पर सबूत पेश करेंगे "हिलेरी" क्लिंटन के पक्ष में 2016 के चुनाव को ठीक करने के लिए यूक्रेन में मिलीभगत हो रही है।

डेमोक्रेट, अपने सीनेट अभियोजन में, राष्ट्रपति के रक्षकों से अपेक्षित तर्क का अनुमान लगा रहे थे।

अटॉर्नी जय सेकुलो ने कहा, "हम दोनों तथ्यों का जोरदार बचाव करेंगे, जो उन्होंने कहा," और संविधान ने कहा।

अपनी प्रस्तुतियों के दौरान, डेमोक्रेट टेलीविज़न हाउस की महाभियोग सुनवाई के दौरान पहले से प्रस्तुत किए गए सबूतों और गवाही का अधिक संक्षेप में वर्णन कर रहे हैं। कमरा पकड़ना मुश्किल हो गया है।

सेन रॉय ब्लंट, आर-मो। ने कहा कि डेमोक्रेट "सराहनीय प्रस्तुतियाँ" सामने रख रहे हैं। लेकिन उन्होंने कहा, "यहां बहुत नया नहीं है।"

सेन जॉन बैरासो, आर-व्यो ने कहा, ऐसा लग रहा था कि "सीनेट में ग्राउंडहोग डे।"

महाभियोग का मुकदमा 2020 के चुनाव की पृष्ठभूमि के खिलाफ निर्धारित है। चार सीनेटर जो डेमोक्रेटिक राष्ट्रपति पद के उम्मीदवार हैं, जुआरियों के रूप में बैठे अभियान के निशान से दूर हैं।



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Auschwitz survivor Leon Scagarin: & # 39; Grief does not go away & # 39; Europe


Leon Shagrin keeps a supply of white business cards on him to hand over with a plea to one side.

"Forget any Holocaust hunting!" Reads on one side of a card.

In the other party's name, phone number and italic, he earned the title 75 years ago on January 27, 1945.

"Survived Auschwitz."

To survive, he experienced years of near death.

While naked, being uprooted in a cattle cart for a few days as people fell at his feet or died. Is being beaten. Wearing wooden socks in winter. Labor almost broke back when starving.

Auschwitz was "a commercial factory of assassination", he told Al Jazeera.

"Watch the railroad as you pass the gate. The railroad leads to the crematorium. I was working on it. It was some work."

At the age of 93, Stargren has lost most of his survivors.

"In the last 10 years, he died very fast," he said of his local group in South Florida, where he has been living since the late 1970s.

On December 2, 2019, the person closest to him died – his wife, Betty Sternlicht, who, along with her sisters, survived because she was included in Oscar Schindler's list.

"I had a 62-year life with him, a good life," Scragren said.

Framed photographs of the couple beautify their apartment, one of which smiles on the beach.

I had the number – and they immediately knew that you are a Jew. I told my wife, & # 39; You know, I'm going to cover it with anything. & # 39;

Leon Scagarin escapes holocaust

A few weeks after his death at the age of 97, Stargren went to a worldwide lunch for the survivors of the Holocaust – a program called Cafe Europa.

He wore a blue blazer that matched his eyes, which he struggles to see due to macular degeneration. His memory, however, remains intact.

Schaggrein told Al Jazeera about the last week of his imprisonment.

"I couldn't go from Auschwitz to the mouth of death," pointing to the bruises on his lower neck due to the splash from bombs dropped by the US Air Force on December 26, 1944, the factory where he took the lab Did, in a camp called Auschwitz III or Monowitz.

Scagherin's neck wound was infected and he developed fever. Shortly thereafter, the prisoners learned that they would evacuate the camp in mid-January 1945 through snow.

The Soviet army was rapidly approaching and the Nazis were trying to escape with their prisoners in tow.

Scagherin did not go on the march as he was too weak to keep pace and was in danger of being shot.

Instead, he spent nearly two weeks without any food, living on the Kombat, until Soviet soldiers freed about 7,000 prisoners, including him.

He was 18 years old and weighed just 80 pounds (36 kg).

As Scagherin spoke, live music was played in the background. Two people tried to keep the spirits up – a tall order in the assembly of a doomed survivor. A saga, with accompaniment, a song by Fiddler on the roof, To Life, about Hope.

When Schagrin moved out of Auschwitz, he had little hope of finding any family.

His parents, Hersh and Chaja Shagrin, and their five siblings died at the Gas Chambers of Belzec, a extermination camp in East Germany. Poland Where the Nazis killed 600,000 people, mostly Jews.

Auschwitz survives Leon Shagrin

Auschwitz survivor Leon Shargren and his wife Betty Sternlich also survived the Holocaust but with the help of Oscar Schindler's List. They married in Haifa on 26 June 1958 (courtesy of Leon Shagrin and Stephen Shoster)

In 2012, he unexpectedly reunited with Leo Adler, a cousin and fellow survivor of the camps.

70 years later, Adler discovered that Schagrin lived only when he found a copy of Schagarine's memoir in The Nazi Holocaust published in 2011 – The Horse Adjutant: A Boys' Life.

"A friend of my parents said you had to read this book," remembering Leo's son Gary Adler, who spoke to Al Jazeera because his father doesn't listen well on the phone.

Leo Adler himself had experienced the Holocaust and did not think he needed to read another article of it, but he opened it and found the names of his own relatives – and that Leon Screggin was his cousin.

Leon had changed his name from Lamel to Leo Adler who knew him.

"My father was very excited. It was a big deal," Gary Adler said.

The cousins ​​used to see each other again when Leo Adler and his wife spent time in South Florida, but they now live permanently in New York State, and this distance keeps them apart again.

For years, Shagrin wanted to write that memoir, and he enlisted fellow Floridian Stephen Schuster to do so.

Shooster, with the help of friends, spent years collecting the life story of Shegarine. It is about 300 pages. Despite being busy with his full-time work, Schuster did this because he wanted Shagrin to fulfill the promise he made to his father, Hersh.

"Leon's father tells him to tell the world what happened to him," Shoster writes in the book. "It's not a story. It's a terrible warning. It can happen again."

This is why Schagrin resolved to discuss his past more.

"You have to understand, my past is like steps and steps down," Shagren said. "Some times were very hard, some times were easy, but in general, you put everything together, the grief does not go away."

The victim followed Schargren to New York City, where he and daughter lived for many years. He felt that anti-Semitism kept him from getting work.

"I had the number – and they knew you were a Jew," Shagrin said of "161744" tattooed on his left arm at Auschwitz.

"I told my wife, you know, I'm going to cover it with anything."

And he did; In the mid-1960s he went to a parlor and covered it with a long black panther tattoo.

Auschwitz survives Leon Shagrin

Léon Scagarin at Auschwitz with the Black Panther in New York City in the mid-1960s on his left foreground & # 39; 161744 & # 39; Was tattooed (courtesy of Courtney Ortiz, Step Shuster)

The couple later moved to Sunrise, Florida. Although he never had children, Scargreen has surrounded himself with students in public schools where they interact.

Ivy Scamis has hosted her in a class she taught at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida – The same school where on February 14, 2018, a 19-year-old former student killed 17 children and staff with a semi-automatic rifle. The shooter made a swastika on ammunition magazines.

Two of the dying students took Scamis' Holocaust study class.

"Many of these children, especially those who were in my class during the shooting, go back and they will read excerpts from their book for inspiration," said Scamis. "He went through such terrible times in his life and he kept on moving forward with great behavior and will."

on Monday, Auschwitz Memorial It will be remembered 75 years after the liberation of German camps. Organizers hope that there will be 200 Auschwitz and Holocaust left to join them, although Shagrin will not be there. He returned to Poland once in 2004.

"January is an important month for me," he told his apartment. Asked if he would like to reunite with other survivors locally, he said he prefers to visit the students.

"Otherwise," he said, "they won't meet a survivor."



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Impeachments of Trump and Clinton are identical, but variances stay

Impeachments of Trump and Clinton are similar, but differences remain

President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate resembles that of Bill Clinton’s in 1999, but there are discrepancies.

For a person, the Home did not conduct its possess investigation in the Clinton impeachment. It utilized findings from impartial counsel Ken Starr’s inquiry.

For a further, partisanship has amplified about the earlier 21 years, which usually means senators are a lot less very likely to cross celebration traces when voting. How the trials – and the moments – evaluate:

In the Clinton demo, Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist began the initial day of Home manager shows by saying, “Nicely, let us begin. Battle fair.”

In comparison, Main Justice John Roberts scolded Household managers and Trump attorneys on the initial day immediately after a heated trade amongst Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and White Household counsel Pat Cipollone.

Roberts cited the impeachment trial of Decide Robert Swayne in 1905, when an objection was produced to a manager using the term “pettifogging.”

“And the presiding officer explained the phrase should not to have been employed. I never assume we will need to aspire to that high of a common, but I do think these addressing the Senate need to try to remember wherever they are,” Roberts stated.

Clinton gave his State of the Union address although his impeachment was underway. He created no reference to it even though speaking. Senate The vast majority Leader Mitch McConnell advocated finishing Trump’s trial prior to the president offers his annual address.

Trump is probably to be acquitted by the Republican-managed Senate. A two-thirds the greater part – 67 of 100 senators – is desired to convict. Even in the not likely function of a couple of Republicans voting with the 45 Democrats and two independents, it would not be ample to take out the president from business office.

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Yoghurt .. Great benefits for the digestive system and an anti-influenza shield


In addition to its great benefits in the process of digestion and maintaining intestinal health, a study conducted by experts from Mustafa Kemal University in Turkey showed that curd or milk as it is called in Syria and Iraq, and yogurt in Egypt, protects against influenza.

The study was carried out by a team of Turkish experts headed by Dr. Nizami Duran, head of the Department of Microbiology at the Faculty of Medicine at Mustafa Kemal University in Hatay (South).

And Dr. Nizami Duran said that the team obtained, through a study conducted in Mustafa Kemal University laboratories, important results regarding influenza prevention.

Duran added to the Anatolia correspondent that the study was called "Investigation into the Activities of Microorganisms and their Impact on Important Human Pathogens", and it was prepared with the support of the Coordinating Unit for Scientific Research Projects at the University.

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Duran pointed out that the study dealt with curd and whey (the liquid remaining from the separation of curd), which contain many bacteria important to the digestive system in mammals.

He explained that the research and experiments conducted by experts on animals revealed very positive results for milk bacteria inside the digestive system.

Duran noted that curd and whey contain a high level of probiotic bacteria, which are beneficial bacteria that help maintain intestinal health and avoid diarrhea and stomach-related health problems.

He added that the probiotics and microorganisms found in curd and whey provide protection against influenza or colds, as well as the great help they provide in the digestion process.

Duran indicated that curd and whey help produce antigens known as immunoglobulins, which are one of the most important branches of antibiotics for the immune system.

He said the study found that protective antibodies were two to ten times higher in animals that used curd or whey regularly. This means that milk-fed organisms have up to 10-fold protection against upper respiratory infections, especially influenza.

Infections
He said that influenza is a serious respiratory disease, and that consumption of curd and whey, which contains a large number of bacteria, at least once during the day protects against similar respiratory infections, especially influenza.

Duran added that the most important way to protect against viral infections such as influenza is to strengthen the immune system and follow a balanced diet.

He pointed to the importance of consuming curd or whey after putting it in a warm place for at least 24 hours, to increase the level of bacterial yeast.

He said, "The higher the level of bacterial yeast in curd or whey, the more beneficial bacteria will be in it. Therefore, it will have more benefit in consuming it to strengthen the immune system."



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2 officers fired, 2 supervisors suspended

2 officers fired, 2 supervisors suspended


COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two Columbus law enforcement officers have been fired and two supervisors disciplined in connection with their managing of the July 2018 arrest of grownup film performer Stormy Daniels at a neighborhood strip club.

Columbus General public Protection Director Ned Pettus signed orders Thursday to fire previous vice device Officers Steven Rosser, 43, a 19-12 months veteran, and Whitney Lancaster, 57, a member of the division for 32 many years.

In addition, Lt. Ronald Kimmerling, 51, a 24-12 months veteran, was suspended for 6 months, and Sgt. Scott Soha, 43, who has been with the division for 17 several years, acquired a 3-7 days suspension, in accordance to conclusions signed by Pettus. The suspensions have been above their deficiency of supervision of the vice operation involving Daniels.

All four say they intend to attractiveness their willpower to an arbitrator, reported Keith Ferrell, president of Fraternal Order of Police Cash City Lodge No. 9, the union that represents them.

“We do not feel the self-control is warranted to that stage,” Ferrell told The Dispatch. The procedure of arbitration can just take months.

A handout image released July 12, 2018 by the Franklin County Sheriff's Office, shows adult film star Stormy Daniels.

Daniels, whose genuine title is Stephanie Clifford, had acquired a payment of $130,000 from Donald Trump’s personalized attorney at the time, Michael Cohen, prior to the November 2016 presidential election to stay tranquil about a sexual liaison she claimed she experienced with Trump a 10 years previously.

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On July 11, 2018, Daniels done at the Sirens Gentleman’s Club, and the Columbus law enforcement vice device was there. She and two club workers ended up arrested less than an Ohio legislation masking touching by patrons.

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How did the Great Divide occur in the Solar System?


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The Nature Astronomical Journal published in its January 13 issue a scientific paper by a team of researchers led by Stephen Mukhsis, Professor of Geochemistry at the University of Colorado Boulder, and Ramon Praser, researcher at the Institute of Earth and Life Sciences at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

The scientific paper examined the possible causes of the "Great Divide" in the solar system, which kept parts of the solar system spaced out when the sun formed, by using a series of computer simulations to reveal the mystery that astronomers and astrophysicists have been baffling for so long.

The Great Gap and the Great Divide
The great divide manifests itself in the presence of a relatively empty space located near Jupiter, behind what astronomers call the main planet belt.

According to the statement issued by the University of Colorado Boulder, the phenomenon of great division left parts of the solar system separated when the sun formed, and they worked to divide the planets into two distinct groups, in terms of their size and nature of their formations.

They are the group of giant gas planets farthest from the sun like Saturn and Jupiter which are known as Jovian, and smaller and closer Earth planets like the Earth and Mars that are known as rocky planets.

These two groups of planets not only differ in size, but also differ in their composition, as the planets close to the sun are largely composed of rocks and lack organic carbon compounds, while the farthest and giant planets are made of gas to a large extent.

Jupiter is not the cause of the Great Divide
Many scientists previously assumed that Jupiter is the cause of that great divide, given that it is so large and has so strong gravity that it took small pebbles and dust from the outer solar system and prevented them from rising toward the sun.

The Great Divide kept two distant groups of planets in the Solar System (University of Colorado Boulder)

But the authors of the study were not convinced of this explanation, when they used a series of computer simulations to explore the role of Jupiter in the solar system, simulations showed that the planet was not large enough in the early solar system to prevent the flow of rock materials towards the sun, so it did not cause division, So the team had to find an alternative explanation.

The sun disk holds vital evidence
For years, scientists who run Atacama Large Millimeter Observatory (ALMA) in Chile have noticed something unfamiliar around distant stars. Star systems are often surrounded by gas and dust disks called planetary rotating disks.

Based on the observations made by the Alma Observatory of emerging star systems, scientists have come up with a new approach to explain the differences and divisions in the two groups of planets of the Solar System.

Where observatory data showed discs of gas and dust around our star, you may have separated gas and dust into separate pockets of high and low pressure.

Stephen Moxhis says the most likely explanation is that the great divide arose from the fundamental structure of this disk of gas and dust, that is, it comes directly from the initial planetary disk around the sun from which the planets originated.

Consequently, the solar system was divided into two or more parts by disk, and the materials in these two regions were prevented from mixing, hence two different types of planets were found.



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Anas Jaber .. From the University of Karat to the owner of the best Arab achievement in tennis


Tennis has not been of great importance on the sports scene in Tunisia, but the striking results of Malek Jaziri in the men's category and Anas Jaber in the women's category in recent years have given this game a place under the sun of sporting events and placed it among the most popular sports for the fans.

Tunisian tennis player, Anas Jaber, managed to steal the attention of yellow ball fans when she blew up a big-caliber surprise in the Australian Open today, beating Danish Caroline Wozniacki, who is ranked 36 in the ranks of professional tennis players.

In a thrilling confrontation for the third round, Anas (25 years) won over her formerly ranked first Danish opponent, holding the 2018 title title, with two groups for one (7-5, 3-6, 7-5), to set a date with the final price and become the first Arab and African player to arrive. The threshold for this role is in the Australian Grand Prix, the first Grand Slam tournament.

Historical achievement
The player made her way steadily on the Melbourne stadiums. Before Wozniacki’s removal, Anas won over Britain’s Joanna Conta in the first round with two sets without response, and then the French Caroline Garcia in the second round with two sets for one.

She will be ranked 78 in the international rankings at dawn next Sunday in front of the opportunity to continue writing history when she faces Chinese Qiang Wang, ranked 29 in the world, which removed American Serena Williams, one of the best players in the history of tennis.

After the match, Anas said, "Beating Wozniacki is a defining moment in my career … I did not succeed in my previous posts in overcoming the first round because I did not have experience in such major tournaments … Beating Wozniacki is one of the players that I consider to inspire me in the world of yellow ball , A great achievement".

"I will work to continue the march steadily, despite the fact that the upcoming confrontation will not be easy for Chinese Wang," she added.

Anas Jaber's brilliance sparked a wide interaction on the media, as most of its Facebook pages were topped, while bloggers praised what they considered an "unprecedented Arab achievement."

The former president of the Tunisian Tennis Federation, Mahrez Bossian, considered that the victory was not a surprise to him, as he was aware that Anas' perseverance would pay off someday.

"It was imperative that the day came when we saw Anas make their way in one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world … I was president of the game federation when I won the 2011 Roland Garros Young Women's Championship, and I bet on her to compete for the first rounds in Australia," said Bossian, who currently heads the Tunisian Olympic Committee. Then in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. "

An ambitious tournament
Anas, who was born on August 28, 1994 in the city of Qasr Hilal (center), was crowned the Tunis International Course on three occasions (2013, 2014 and 2016), and she won the Casablanca (Morocco) and Antalya (Turkey) courses in 2010, and Roland Garros open to the category of young women in 2011 .

In 2017, she entered the 100th professional women's race after reaching the third round of the Roland Garros Open.

In October 2018, Anas Jaber reached the final of the Moscow international, but she was injured and lost the title, which was close to her, to the benefit of her Russian competitor Daria Kasatkina, but she achieved the best rating in her career by reaching the 61st position.

The Tunisian player had started her journey with the world of yellow ball since she was a young woman not more than four years old, as her mother – an amateur tennis player in the late nineties of the last century – accompanied her to the stadium to attend training until her fondness for the game increased.

Samira Hashfy, mother of Anas, said in her interview with Al-Jazeera Net, "She showed a great passion for playing with the ball and touching the racket .. My coach at the Tennis Club in Monastir (center) granted her the task of collecting balls, and at the age of six she started playing the game within the tennis club in Hammam Sousse under the supervision of coach Nabil Malika who bet on her success. "

"Anas succeeded in proving the height of her heels, while she did not exceed ten, and won several national championships, and then she achieved with the Tunisian national team a remarkable march that crowned her victory in the 2011 French Open for the category of young women."

The coronation was a decisive turning point in the player's career that entered the profession in 2012, and she fought her first championships with professionals at the Qatar International Course in February of the same year.

Anas's mother considers that her daughter's success was through individual efforts and with the help of her family and her husband, the physical trainer, at a time when she is in dire need of material support from the Ministry of Sports, she said.

It is noteworthy that last December, Jaber crowned the Best Arab Sports Prize for the year 2019, an award granted by the "London Arab" Foundation.



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China outbreak of coronovirus lockdown, fast-track hospital | China news


China It has expanded its lockdown against the deadly new virus to an unprecedented 36 million people as it rushes to build a prefabricated, 1,000-bed hospital for victims as the outbreak left the nation's largest and most festive holiday Lunar cast an eyelid at New Year.

Number of confirmed cases Corona More than 850 worldwide climbed rapidly, with at least 26 deaths from China.

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During this, France Announced two cases of the virus – the first in Europe. And this United States of america Reported her second case, involving a Chicago woman in her 60s who was hospitalized after returning from China.

In China, transportation was stopped in Wuhan – home to 11 million people and the epicenter of the outbreak – and in at least 12 other cities in central China's Hubei province, comprising larger populations than New York, London, Paris and Moscow is.

What do we know about coronovirus so far

Authorities in Beijing and other Chinese cities canceled several public ceremonies and other events, marking the lunar new year falling on Saturday.

Hospitals in Wuhan are reeling from a flood of patients and shortages of supplies. The video circulating online saw a crowd of frantic people in masks ready for exams, with some complaints that their family members were whisked away to hospitals that were in capacity.

Authorities in Wuhan and elsewhere called for medication, disinfection equipment, masks, goggles, gowns and other protective gear.

"I don't think this virus is controlled properly," a woman in Beijing told Scott Heidler of Al Jazeera. "I'm so afraid of getting infected."

New hospital in 10 days

Wuhan officials said they are building a new hospital to deal with the crisis rapidly, which will be completed by 3 February.

It will be produced at the SARS hospital that was built in Beijing in just six days during the SARS outbreak.

The severity of the crisis was still an open question.

It was unclear how deadly the virus is, or even that it is as dangerous as the ordinary flu, which kills thousands of people every year in the US alone.

Scientists say it is also unclear whether it spreads as easily as SARS, its genetic cousin, which also originated in China and killed about 800 people in 2002–2003.

Coronavirus: footage from inside the hospital in Wuhan

The rapid increase in reported deaths and illnesses does not mean the crisis is getting worse. Instead it may reflect better monitoring and reporting of newly discovered viruses, whose symptoms may initially resemble cold and flu symptoms such as cough, fever, and shortness of breath, but may worsen with pneumonia. Huh.

"It is still too early to conclude how serious the virus is because at the beginning of any outbreak you will be more focused on serious cases," said World Health Organization spokesman Tariq Jasarevic in Geneva.

"And then maybe we're missing some mild cases because people will just be a little sick and won't be tested. And they'll be fine."

Tourism affected during the festive season

Officials fear that the spread of the virus will accelerate in public ceremonies, with temples closing their doors, while Beijing's Forbidden City, Shanghai Disneyland and other major tourist destinations are closed.

People canceled restaurant reservations ahead of Lunar New Year, family reunions, sightseeing, fireworks displays and other celebrations in the country of 1.4 billion people in general.

The two days of its lockdown on Wuhan's usually bustling streets, malls and other public places were quiet, and public masks were mandatory.

Shopkeepers emptied store shelves, which may have been an extended period of isolation. Karaoke bars, movie theaters and Internet cafes around the area closed.

While most of the deaths have been chronic patients, a 36-year-old man died in Hubei on Thursday.

Most of the cases in and around Wuhan involve people who visited the city or had personal relationships with infected people.

About two dozen cases in all have been confirmed outside of mainland China, most of them in Asia Hong Kong, Macao, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam.

Many countries are screening travelers from China and isolating someone with symptoms.

Chinese officials have not told how long the closure of the cities will last.

Recalling the government's initial cover-up of SARS, many reported by Chinese officials are suspicious of the numbers. Authorities have promised transparency.

China's cabinet, the State Council, announced it would collect information about government departments that have failed to respond to the outbreak, including "epidemic delays, concealment and under-reporting".

State broadcaster CCTV's annual Spring Festival gala event, which attracted more than a billion viewers last year, paid tribute to medical personnel fighting the outbreak.

"Please believe China," the hosts said. "With the most transparent public information … on the battlefield of the epidemic, we will surely win."



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Betsy DeVos compares slavery to abortion ‘choice’

Betsy DeVos compares slavery to abortion 'choice'


U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos ignited a fiery discussion this week around no matter whether the alternative to allow slavery compares to the preference to have an abortion.

The controversy came right after a speech she gave at a Christian faculty ahead of the March for Lifetime in Washington, an annual occasion for anti-abortion activists that attracts countless numbers of persons. Friday, the party highlighted a speech by Donald Trump, the initial sitting down president to address the marchers. 

Evangelicals make up an critical aspect of Trump’s base in this election calendar year, and DeVos, a conservative Christian, has been a single of his longest-serving leading Cabinet members. She’s the most current in a lengthy line of politicians and activists who have tried to make connections involving slavery and abortion rights, to the dismay of some historians.

President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos greet athletes from Stanford University as part of NCAA Collegiate National Champions Day at the White House on Nov. 22, 2019. DeVos is one of Trump's longest-serving Cabinet members.

DeVos spoke at Colorado Christian College on Wednesday about opposing abortion legal rights, advocating for religious freedom and supporting faith-dependent schools. She invoked President Abraham Lincoln, according to ready remarks provided by her workplace.

DeVos said Lincoln primarily dealt with a “professional-decision” argument of his working day all-around slavery. Lincoln held the placement, DeVos stated, that states “picking out” to permit enslavers or to prohibit them should know slavery was considered by a lot of People as a wide moral evil. 

“Lincoln was right about the slavery ‘choice’ then, and he would be suitable about the existence ‘choice’ currently,” DeVos reported.

U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., who is black and heads an abortion obtain task pressure, challenged DeVos about that comparison in a tweet Thursday.



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