The coalition: a Saudi and a Yemeni were killed by a projectile falling in southern Saudi Arabia

The coalition: a Saudi and a Yemeni were killed by a projectile falling in southern Saudi Arabia  The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen announced the killing of a Saudi and a Yemeni on Friday evening, as a result of a projectile falling in the south of the kingdom.  The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen said, in a statement published by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), that "a Saudi citizen and a resident of Yemeni nationality died as a result of a projectile falling in the city of Samtah (in the Jazan region in southern Saudi Arabia)."  The coalition indicated that it was "preparing for a military operation on a larger scale (against the Houthis) and within the framework of international humanitarian law," according to the statement.  And the statement added, "We will act decisively to protect civilians, both citizens and residents on the territory of the Kingdom," without further details.  Earlier this evening, the Arab coalition announced in a statement that two civilians were injured when a projectile fell on an industrial workshop in the city of Samtah in the Jazan region.  In a second statement, he also reported that another projectile had fallen on a village in the Najran region, southern Saudi Arabia.  And there have been repeated projectiles that the coalition says are being launched by the Houthis, some of which have left civilian casualties.  The official "Al-Ikhbariya" channel said that another projectile fired by the Houthis landed in the Saudi city of Najran and caused material damage.  The Houthi cross-border attack comes after the coalition bombed a Houthi camp in the center of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, earlier on Friday.  The Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015 after the Houthis entered Sanaa and the internationally recognized government left the city.  Yemen has been witnessing for nearly 7 years a continuous war between the pro-government forces backed by an Arab military alliance led by the neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iranian-backed Houthis, who have controlled several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.    Turkovac's success story this is how Turkey became the ninth country to produce a vaccine for Corona  Turkey entered the club of developers and manufacturers of Corona vaccines, after its national vaccine, "Turkovac", obtained an emergency use license on December 22. Here is the story of the development of the Turkish vaccine that will be presented to all mankind.  Immediately after obtaining the emergency use license on Wednesday, December 22, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that his country has now shared the local "Turkovac" anti-Corona vaccine with all of humanity, expressing his happiness at moving to the serial production stage of the first local anti-vaccine. for Corona.  Thanks to this national and local achievement, Turkey has entered the club of developing and manufacturing countries for Corona vaccines, the number of which does not exceed 9 countries so far, after the start of serial production in one of the vaccine manufacturing centers in the state of Şanlıurfa.  This achievement comes as part of Turkey's endeavors to be among the leading countries in the health and medical field, after it has proven the durability and resilience of its health system during the pandemic, which revealed fatal problems in the health system of many great countries. Just as it did during the pandemic by providing medical aid to almost most countries in the world, including the United States and the European Union.  The origin of the story As soon as the first confirmed case of coronavirus infection appeared in Turkey on March 11, 2020, the vaccine developer, Professor Aykut Ozdarandili and his team at Erciyes University in Kayseri state, began preparing to start a project to develop a national vaccine with local capabilities and local researchers, using the vaccination center established in 2013 to complete His research is on coronaviruses, which first appeared in 2003 in Crimea and Congo.  The hero of "Turkovak" Professor Aykut Ozdarandili has accumulated experiences related to the series of corona viruses, as he worked in post-doctoral research on the treatment of corona virus for 3 years in the United States of America, and in 2010 he began studies to develop vaccines for the corona virus family in cooperation with the Turkish Research Authority (TÜBİTAK). ) and the Ministry of Health and the University, as the experience in these studies made a significant positive contribution to the project to develop the national vaccine "Turkovac".  As soon as the development project began, the Turkish vaccine was called "ERUCOV-VAC", in reference to the name of the developer, Erciyes University in Central Anatolia. Erdogan then announced that the name of the vaccine was changed to "Turkovac", which means "" The Turkish Vaccine, as the word “Turk” refers to a Turkish, and the word “Vac” refers to the Vaccine in English.  Test trip Erciyes University announced that it had obtained all the necessary permissions to start testing the vaccine that it had developed on humans on November 5, 2020, and announced the start of the first clinical trial phase, as the first dose of the vaccine was given to a volunteer, while the first dose of the second phase was vaccinated on February 10. February this year without side effects on volunteers who received the vaccine, and the first stage was applied to 44 volunteers, while 150 volunteers participated in the second stage, before the start of the third stage last June.  On June 23, Erdogan attended, via video conference, the process of giving the first dose of the third phase of the "Turkovac" vaccine at a research center in Ankara City Hospital. As soon as the need for volunteers to test the vaccine was announced on them, 846,451 Turks submitted volunteer applications to try the local vaccine, including 40,822 who meet the medical criteria for human trials of the vaccine, as they reach the age of 18-55 years, and they have not contracted the virus or received any vaccine against it. .  It should be noted that last August, the "Turkovac" vaccine against the Corona virus proved effective against the British strain, and its effectiveness was also tested against the Indian "Delta" mutant.  Turkish vaccine for all mankind “We are happy to share Turkovac with all of humanity,” President Erdoğan said Wednesday in a statement after the vaccine obtained the emergency use license. “After a long period of study and preparation, our Turkovac vaccine, which has reached the production and use stage after obtaining the necessary approvals, has become a symbol for our efforts to protect our nation from the pandemic in the most effective way possible."  Erdogan stressed that Turkey is not a country that skimps on its vaccines and medicines like some other countries, adding: "During the pandemic, we have sent our medical supplies, especially masks, to 160 countries and 12 international organizations around the world, and we have also sent some of the vaccines we receive from other places to friendly countries that are in desperately need it.”  Meanwhile, Turkish Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca indicated that the Turkish "Turkovac" vaccine is a product of the success of Turkish scientists in making a 100% local vaccine for the first time in 50 years, indicating that serial production will begin immediately. Koca pointed out that the manufacture of the vaccine will be launched in one of the vaccine manufacturing centers in the state of Şanlıurfa. Addressing President Erdogan, he said, "Based on your instructions, we obtained the emergency use license for the vaccine, and its production will start towards the end of the year." "Warning to Israel" message Iran tests ballistic missiles and Britain denounces  The maneuvers conducted by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards come at a time when officials in Israel issue repeated threats to Tehran over its nuclear program.  On Friday, Iran tested the simultaneous launch of ballistic missiles towards a single target, at the conclusion of large-scale exercises in the south of the country, according to state television, with military officials warning Israel not to carry out its threats against Tehran.  The maneuvers conducted by the Revolutionary Guards came at a time when officials in Israel made repeated threats to Tehran against the backdrop of its nuclear program and negotiations aimed at reviving the international agreement signed on it, stressing that Israel will not allow Iran to acquire an atomic weapon, which the latter denies seeking.  On the fifth and final day of the military maneuvers, state television showed footage of the launch of a number of ballistic missiles from different platforms in a desert area almost simultaneously.  "This is part of the Iranian missile force, 16 missiles hit the same target. This is a small part of hundreds of missiles capable of destroying any country that wants to attack Iran," Maj. Gen. Mohammad Bagheri, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, told television.  He pointed out that the maneuvers witnessed the testing of "the most effective missiles", considering that their timing is linked to "the empty threats of the Zionist regime's authorities in recent days."  For his part, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Major General Hossein Salami, stressed that the maneuvers are "a serious warning in the face of threats from officials of the Zionist regime."  Salami warned them that "if they make any mistake, we will cut off their hands."  Iran says its ballistic missiles have a range of 2,000 kilometers and are capable of reaching Israel and US bases in the region.  Britain on Friday condemned Iran's use of ballistic missiles in the tests, describing the move as "a clear violation of Security Council Resolution 2231", which states that Iran will not engage in any activities related to ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads, including tests in which ballistic missile technology is used. .  "These practices constitute a threat to regional and international security," a spokesperson for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said, calling on Iran to "immediately stop these activities."  On Monday, the Revolutionary Guards began exercises "The Greatest Messenger 17" in three provinces in the south of the republic, which included missile tests from land and sea, and exercises for land and naval forces, according to local media.  Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz called on world powers not to allow Iran to gain time in the nuclear negotiations, which have stalled at Iran's request and are due to resume next Monday.  Israel, which opposes efforts by world powers to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, has long threatened military action if diplomacy fails to prevent Tehran from obtaining a nuclear bomb.  Iran says the goals of its nuclear program are peaceful.

The coalition: a Saudi and a Yemeni were killed by a projectile falling in southern Saudi Arabia


The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen announced the killing of a Saudi and a Yemeni on Friday evening, as a result of a projectile falling in the south of the kingdom.

The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen said, in a statement published by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), that "a Saudi citizen and a resident of Yemeni nationality died as a result of a projectile falling in the city of Samtah (in the Jazan region in southern Saudi Arabia)."

The coalition indicated that it was "preparing for a military operation on a larger scale (against the Houthis) and within the framework of international humanitarian law," according to the statement.

And the statement added, "We will act decisively to protect civilians, both citizens and residents on the territory of the Kingdom," without further details.

Earlier this evening, the Arab coalition announced in a statement that two civilians were injured when a projectile fell on an industrial workshop in the city of Samtah in the Jazan region.

In a second statement, he also reported that another projectile had fallen on a village in the Najran region, southern Saudi Arabia.

And there have been repeated projectiles that the coalition says are being launched by the Houthis, some of which have left civilian casualties.

The official "Al-Ikhbariya" channel said that another projectile fired by the Houthis landed in the Saudi city of Najran and caused material damage.

The Houthi cross-border attack comes after the coalition bombed a Houthi camp in the center of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, earlier on Friday.

The Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015 after the Houthis entered Sanaa and the internationally recognized government left the city.

Yemen has been witnessing for nearly 7 years a continuous war between the pro-government forces backed by an Arab military alliance led by the neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iranian-backed Houthis, who have controlled several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.



Turkovac's success story this is how Turkey became the ninth country to produce a vaccine for Corona

Turkey entered the club of developers and manufacturers of Corona vaccines, after its national vaccine, "Turkovac", obtained an emergency use license on December 22. Here is the story of the development of the Turkish vaccine that will be presented to all mankind.

Immediately after obtaining the emergency use license on Wednesday, December 22, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that his country has now shared the local "Turkovac" anti-Corona vaccine with all of humanity, expressing his happiness at moving to the serial production stage of the first local anti-vaccine. for Corona.

Thanks to this national and local achievement, Turkey has entered the club of developing and manufacturing countries for Corona vaccines, the number of which does not exceed 9 countries so far, after the start of serial production in one of the vaccine manufacturing centers in the state of Şanlıurfa.

This achievement comes as part of Turkey's endeavors to be among the leading countries in the health and medical field, after it has proven the durability and resilience of its health system during the pandemic, which revealed fatal problems in the health system of many great countries. Just as it did during the pandemic by providing medical aid to almost most countries in the world, including the United States and the European Union.

The origin of the story
As soon as the first confirmed case of coronavirus infection appeared in Turkey on March 11, 2020, the vaccine developer, Professor Aykut Ozdarandili and his team at Erciyes University in Kayseri state, began preparing to start a project to develop a national vaccine with local capabilities and local researchers, using the vaccination center established in 2013 to complete His research is on coronaviruses, which first appeared in 2003 in Crimea and Congo.

The hero of "Turkovak" Professor Aykut Ozdarandili has accumulated experiences related to the series of corona viruses, as he worked in post-doctoral research on the treatment of corona virus for 3 years in the United States of America, and in 2010 he began studies to develop vaccines for the corona virus family in cooperation with the Turkish Research Authority (TÜBİTAK). ) and the Ministry of Health and the University, as the experience in these studies made a significant positive contribution to the project to develop the national vaccine "Turkovac".

As soon as the development project began, the Turkish vaccine was called "ERUCOV-VAC", in reference to the name of the developer, Erciyes University in Central Anatolia. Erdogan then announced that the name of the vaccine was changed to "Turkovac", which means "" The Turkish Vaccine, as the word “Turk” refers to a Turkish, and the word “Vac” refers to the Vaccine in English.

Test trip
Erciyes University announced that it had obtained all the necessary permissions to start testing the vaccine that it had developed on humans on November 5, 2020, and announced the start of the first clinical trial phase, as the first dose of the vaccine was given to a volunteer, while the first dose of the second phase was vaccinated on February 10. February this year without side effects on volunteers who received the vaccine, and the first stage was applied to 44 volunteers, while 150 volunteers participated in the second stage, before the start of the third stage last June.

On June 23, Erdogan attended, via video conference, the process of giving the first dose of the third phase of the "Turkovac" vaccine at a research center in Ankara City Hospital. As soon as the need for volunteers to test the vaccine was announced on them, 846,451 Turks submitted volunteer applications to try the local vaccine, including 40,822 who meet the medical criteria for human trials of the vaccine, as they reach the age of 18-55 years, and they have not contracted the virus or received any vaccine against it. .

It should be noted that last August, the "Turkovac" vaccine against the Corona virus proved effective against the British strain, and its effectiveness was also tested against the Indian "Delta" mutant.

Turkish vaccine for all mankind
“We are happy to share Turkovac with all of humanity,” President Erdoğan said Wednesday in a statement after the vaccine obtained the emergency use license. “After a long period of study and preparation, our Turkovac vaccine, which has reached the production and use stage after obtaining the necessary approvals, has become a symbol for our efforts to protect our nation from the pandemic in the most effective way possible."

Erdogan stressed that Turkey is not a country that skimps on its vaccines and medicines like some other countries, adding: "During the pandemic, we have sent our medical supplies, especially masks, to 160 countries and 12 international organizations around the world, and we have also sent some of the vaccines we receive from other places to friendly countries that are in desperately need it.”

Meanwhile, Turkish Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca indicated that the Turkish "Turkovac" vaccine is a product of the success of Turkish scientists in making a 100% local vaccine for the first time in 50 years, indicating that serial production will begin immediately. Koca pointed out that the manufacture of the vaccine will be launched in one of the vaccine manufacturing centers in the state of Şanlıurfa. Addressing President Erdogan, he said, "Based on your instructions, we obtained the emergency use license for the vaccine, and its production will start towards the end of the year."

"Warning to Israel" message Iran tests ballistic missiles and Britain denounces

The maneuvers conducted by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards come at a time when officials in Israel issue repeated threats to Tehran over its nuclear program.

On Friday, Iran tested the simultaneous launch of ballistic missiles towards a single target, at the conclusion of large-scale exercises in the south of the country, according to state television, with military officials warning Israel not to carry out its threats against Tehran.

The maneuvers conducted by the Revolutionary Guards came at a time when officials in Israel made repeated threats to Tehran against the backdrop of its nuclear program and negotiations aimed at reviving the international agreement signed on it, stressing that Israel will not allow Iran to acquire an atomic weapon, which the latter denies seeking.

On the fifth and final day of the military maneuvers, state television showed footage of the launch of a number of ballistic missiles from different platforms in a desert area almost simultaneously.

"This is part of the Iranian missile force, 16 missiles hit the same target. This is a small part of hundreds of missiles capable of destroying any country that wants to attack Iran," Maj. Gen. Mohammad Bagheri, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, told television.

He pointed out that the maneuvers witnessed the testing of "the most effective missiles", considering that their timing is linked to "the empty threats of the Zionist regime's authorities in recent days."

For his part, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Major General Hossein Salami, stressed that the maneuvers are "a serious warning in the face of threats from officials of the Zionist regime."

Salami warned them that "if they make any mistake, we will cut off their hands."

Iran says its ballistic missiles have a range of 2,000 kilometers and are capable of reaching Israel and US bases in the region.

Britain on Friday condemned Iran's use of ballistic missiles in the tests, describing the move as "a clear violation of Security Council Resolution 2231", which states that Iran will not engage in any activities related to ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads, including tests in which ballistic missile technology is used. .

"These practices constitute a threat to regional and international security," a spokesperson for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said, calling on Iran to "immediately stop these activities."

On Monday, the Revolutionary Guards began exercises "The Greatest Messenger 17" in three provinces in the south of the republic, which included missile tests from land and sea, and exercises for land and naval forces, according to local media.

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz called on world powers not to allow Iran to gain time in the nuclear negotiations, which have stalled at Iran's request and are due to resume next Monday.

Israel, which opposes efforts by world powers to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, has long threatened military action if diplomacy fails to prevent Tehran from obtaining a nuclear bomb.

Iran says the goals of its nuclear program are peaceful.
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