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The day will begin this Friday at the Alberto Spencer Model Stadium, which will reopen its doors at night.

By date 13, the leader of series A of the Professional Soccer League of Ecuador, the Club Sport Emelec, must travel to Ambato to face the Mushuc Runa, a team that ranks fourth in the standings.

On the day, the Barcelona SC —That this Thursday will be measured at Boca Juniors by group C of the Copa Libertadores de América– will be local, on Sunday, before the Olmedo Sports Center.

The full hours of the day are:

Friday, May 23, 2021

19:00, Alberto Spencer Herrera Stadium, Guayaquil

October 9 vs. Football Club Blanket

Saturday, May 24, 2021

13:00, Nueve de Mayo stadium, Machala

Orense Sporting Club vs. Catholic University

15:30, Banco Guayaquil stadium, Sangolquí

Independent of the Valley vs. Guayaquil City

18:00, Bellavista stadium, Ambato

Mushuc Runa vs. Club Sport Emelec

Sunday, May 25, 2021

2:00 p.m., Banco Pacífico Gonzalo Pozo Ripalda Stadium, Quito

Sports Society Aucas vs. Deportivo Cuenca

16:30, Jocay stadium, Manta

Delfín Sporting Club vs. Quito University Sports League

19:00, Banco Pichincha Monumental Stadium, Guayaquil

Barcelona SC vs. Olmedo Sports Center

Monday, May 26, 2021

19:00, Bellavista stadium, Ambato

Macara vs. University Technician (D)

A tragic event led Kerem Bürsin to become an actor in Turkey

Up to 11 occasions Kerem Bürsin had to move his residence during his childhood Turkey has already arrived in its last stage and it was not a coincidence, but a premeditated decision by a tragic event that he had to face. It was in the United States where he grew up, studied and thought his future lay, but the death of his best friend brought him back to his origins.

In an interview with the medium ‘Hürriyetha’ he confessed that he returned, leaving his future as an actor in Los Angeles to become a recurring face in Turkish soap operas.

My best friend died in a bicycle accident in New York. He was very young and it was an absurd death. Very painful. He was like my brother. I fell into an incredible void and began to question everything. At that time I was in Los Angeles, doing several jobs at the same time: personal training, parking cars, auditions, trying to be an actor … Due to this painful incident I decided to change my whole life, “he confessed about it.

As he did not know the culture of his family closely, he decided to return to Turkey, his country of origin that he had barely set foot in: “I always had it in mind. They asked me about my name in the United States and what things I had done in Turkey. He had no answer. I was Turkish but had never lived in Turkey, so I decided to move there.

His return led to a mandatory stage for Turkish men, military service. «I went to the army on the fourth day of arrival. In the meantime, I was thinking about what to do when it was over and I got an offer ”, he said, and it was a Chinese horror film titled ‘Shen gong yuan ling’ and he immediately got the role in Günesi Beklerken, which would lead him to fame .


Barcelona organizes the B-Travel tourist fair in June

The B-Travel tourist fair will be held again from June 11 to 13 in Barcelona, ​​”with an edition that aims to contribute to the reactivation of the Spanish tourism sector, an industry particularly affected by the effects of the pandemic and fundamental to the economy. “, according to Fira de Barcelona.

“The event, framed in the restart of the face-to-face activity of Fira de Barcelona, ​​will bring together a wide sample of the best local, regional, national and international proximity destinations in Palace 8 of the Montjuïc fairgrounds”, explains the Barcelona fair entity .

In any case, the show will have a format “adapted to the current situation, and with all the security measures”.

In addition, the 2021 edition of B-Travel “will promote proximity and sustainable tourism, without neglecting the promotion of more distant and safe destinations for an audience, such as Catalan, which constitutes the largest market for travelers in southern Europe” .

The president of the organizing committee, Martí Sarrate, has stressed “the importance of holding this event in the current circumstances to respond to the need of the tourism sector to have a commercial and informative platform such as B-Travel.”

At the same time, he highlighted the role of the show as “an essential catalyst to promote the activity of all the agents that make up national tourism.”

Archive image of the B-Travel fair, Barcelona.

Desire to travel again

For her part, the salon director, Marta Serra, explains: “The organization has worked closely with all sector representatives, from companies to travel agencies, through national and international promotion organizations, to design an event that is useful for their interests and attractive to the visitor, with more desire than never to travel again ”.

Among the already confirmed B-Travel exhibitors, the presence of Renfe, Agència Catalana de Turisme, Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Castilla y León, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Extremadura, Region of Murcia-Costa Cálida and Valencian Community, among others, stand out. , which will be present through their tourism promotion agencies.

Indonesia, Morocco and the Croatian city of Zagreb will also participate, among other international exhibitors.

Security protocol

In order to guarantee the safety of operators, exhibitors and visitors, in B-Travel 2021 the prevention and security protocol against Covid-19 that Fira de Barcelona has developed will be applied, with the advice of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona.

The fair institution has also received the international Safe Travels seal awarded by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).

Return of face-to-face fairs in Barcelona

B-Travel will thus become the first face-to-face show that Fira de Barcelona will organize this year, “at a time when the institution resumes its activity to be an economic and social engine that contributes to post-pandemic recovery”, indicates the institution.

Thus, it is planned that, in addition to this show, the ISE, the largest event in the audiovisual sector in Europe, will be held from July 1 to 2, with a hybrid format adapted to the current context, it will be followed at the end of the month by MWC Barcelona and 4YFN.

During the month of July, the eShow e-commerce fair, the congress on the SDGs, BForplanet, and the Automobile Barcelona, ​​among others, will take place.

After the summer, Fira will gradually recover its normal activity with shows such as Seafood, Expoquima, IoT Solutions World Congress, the Boat Show, Caravaning or Smart City World Congress.


Great anger of the FC Barcelona expedition in Göteborg

The anger in the culé expedition displaced to Göteborg fue uppercase. Before the final of the Women’s Champions League between Chelsea and Barça, the president Joan Laporta, the executives who traveled and some other executive were watching the match against Celta on television and were very disappointed by the game in the second half and the turning of the scoreboard by a Galician team that did just enough to win.

Everyone was excited about the good start of the game, with 1-1 came the surprise and with 1-2 they went to the Ullevi Stadium very angry. Stunned by the image given and with a huge anger because the league options were thrown away, as if the team had given up early, even when for several minutes they did not win or Atlético or Real Madrid. In fact, Simeone’s team went on to lose against Osasuna twenty minutes to the conclusion of the match.

They did not believe what they had seen, one more episode of an inexplicable championship finale, especially in the Camp Nou. An accumulated debacles in the final stretch of the League they have no justification. Goals against the first shots, unusual missteps in attack and some difficult to understand tactical decisions. Laporta already asked explanations to Koeman last week, after the incomprehensible draw against Levante that greatly complicated the League, in a game in which Barça could lead and pressure Madrid and Atlético, which they played after.

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COVID-19 infections in Turkey are largely under control

Xinhua 2021:05:18.08:13

ANKARA, May 17 (Xinhua) – Turkey has once again managed to “greatly control” COVID-19 infections thanks to the confinements and restrictions imposed during the holy month of Ramadan, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday.

“We are accelerating vaccination activities as much as the supply program allows. I hope that these comprehensive measures are no longer necessary from now on,” the president said at a press conference after a cabinet meeting.

Turkey imposed a 17-day confinement from April 29 and the Government today began a period of gradual relaxation of the measures until June 1.

Turkey today confirmed 10,174 new cases of COVID-19, including 923 symptomatic cases, bringing the total in the country to 5,127,548, according to the Health Ministry.

In the last 24 hours, 223 deaths were registered to reach a total of 44,983 and 13,864 people recovered to reach 4,961,120 throughout the country.

The pneumonia rate in COVID-19 patients is 3.2 percent and the number of seriously ill patients in the country is 2,326, the ministry reported.

In the last 24 hours, 206,836 tests were carried out and a total of 51,076,732 tests have been carried out in the country.

Turkey began mass vaccination against COVID-19 on January 14 after authorities approved the emergency use of the Chinese CoronaVac vaccine. So far, more than 15,043,000 people have been vaccinated.

(Web editor: Wu Sixuan, Zhao Jian)

Thermal tourism in Turkey | Ottoman HT

Enjoying a very good geographical and climatic situation, Turkey is full of hot springs.

Turkey has more than 1600 hot springs that enjoy a temperature between 20 and 110 ° C, Turkey’s hot springs also benefit from the chemical properties of its waters that allow it to occupy the seventh place in the world ranking and the first in Europe. .

Thermal tourism in Turkey is increasingly in demand thanks to its efficiency and ease of access due to the proximity of thermal sites to the country’s large cities.

The Marmara, Aegean, Central Anatolia regions are home to the largest number of hot springs, offering tourists a variety of health benefits including:

  • mud baths
  • balneotherapy
  • inhalation cures
  • thalassotherapy
  • hydrotherapy

Before we dive into the nitty-gritty, let’s first define the meaning of a spa treatment.

A thermal cure is nothing more than a treatment like any medical treatment intended to cure or alleviate a disease, the difference remains that the thermal cure is carried out thanks to thermal water rich in minerals, sulfur, gas, mud. .

When the water comes from a natural hot spring, it is naturally warm and rich in minerals, this water is full of therapeutic virtues beneficial for joint, skin and breathing problems.

In other words, it is a natural medicine practiced since the beginning of time.

However, there are several types of thermal water, each of which contains its own characteristics that depend on where the source is located.

We can talk about cures based on sulfurized water that is rich in sulfur and that is excellent in the treatment of the respiratory tract and skin problems, cures based on chlorinated water that is effective to promote growth, or bicarbonate treatments water-based, which are ideal for the treatment of gastrointestinal and dermatological infections.

Among the thousands of Turkish natural springs, we will mention a few below.


located in Illicc Bay and Sifne, 7k east of the city, the hot springs, whose temperature reaches 55 ° C, contain chloride, sodium, magnesium and fluff; they are most frequently requested for the treatment of dermatological, gynecological and urinary diseases, as well as metabolic disorders.


Kozakli’s groundwater, rising to the surface from a boiling crater, is different from other hot springs thanks to the rare gas (produced by the decay of the radium isotopes they contain.

Radon, known for its rejuvenating virtues, ensures cell renewal, which is why Kozakli’s hot springs are classified as the “elixir of youth”.

Kozakli waters treat rheumatism, psychological illnesses, anemia, gout, joint and bone pain, stomach, intestinal and gallbladder pain, skin diseases, as well as osteoarthritis. They also promote cell renewal after operations and strengthen hair and nails.


The spa is 20 km from the city, creating an impressive landscape made of mineral forests, waterfalls and a succession of tiered basins with sources of calcite.

There are hot springs, hotels, motels, as well as pools and ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis.

The pammukale hot springs are rich in calcium sulfate, magnesium sulfate and bicarbonate, they also contain carbon dioxide and radioactivity.

The waters of Pammukale are recommended for the treatment of rheumatism, skin diseases, gynecological disorders, fatigue and digestive and dietary disorders.


The spa town of Yalova is one of the most important thermal tourism destinations in Turkey.

This station represented a healing center since the Roman Empire, it has been used to treat rheumatism, muscle and joint pain, and even a large number of internal diseases.

Yalova offers its visitors, in addition to the benefits of its natural spring waters, mud baths, salt rooms, beauty salons, sports halls, water parks and many other advantages that make Spa tourism a unique experience.


Rich in carbon dioxide, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, bromide and fluoride, this hot spring cures rheumatism, cardiovascular problems, digestive and intestinal disorders, kidney diseases, urinary and metabolic disorders, skin problems. and orthopedic.

Afyon’s magic mud also provides a slimming effect. Regular mud therapy can help correct wrinkles and skin blemishes.


Water with a temperature of 36 ° C contains bicarbonate, calcium and magnesium. There are many small fish 2 to 10 cm long in water that play an important role in treating psoriasis. The waters are excellent for treating rheumatism, skin diseases, arteriosclerosis, and gynecology. There are motels, restaurants, and camping facilities, as well as the grocery store.

Mugla – Sultaniye

With a temperature that ranges between 32 and 40 ° C, the water in these hot springs contains chloride, sodium, hydrogen sulfide and bromide. It has a relaxing effect for a number of diseases, including rheumatism, skin and blood diseases, heart diseases, bronchitis, nervous diseases, kidney and urinary conditions, metabolic disorders, and also for elderly and convalescent patients.


The extinct Uludag volcano has allowed the waters of this spring to be rich in minerals, the specificity of this source is that the mineral water evaporates from below to comfort and nourish the skin.


The best known sources for Ankara are Haymana, Ayas and Kizilcahamam, which only provide a flow of 60 liters per second. The water is at a temperature of 43 ° C and contains sodium, carbon dioxide, bicarbonate and calcium.

This spa is most often recommended for the treatment of heart disease, rheumatism, blood circulation problems, muscle fatigue, liver disease, urinary and gynecological tract pathologies, and diseases of the digestive system, stomach and intestines.

On the other hand, Ayas and Haymana sources are more beneficial for children with paralysis, as well as for all those suffering from respiratory disorders or kidney stones.

These sources are at the same time very beneficial for anyone who wishes to achieve alcoholic weaning.

Turkey: Exports to Libya soar by 58% in the first quarter of 2021

mayo 18, 2021 at 11:30 AM

Turkey’s exports to Libya increased 58% in the first quarter of 2021, Anadolu reported. A major Turkish trade group valued exports at 826 million dollars (6.98 billion lire).

This increase is almost double the average for overall Turkish exports, which increased by 33.1% between January and April, explained Murtaza Karanfil, chairman of the Turkey-Libya Council of the Turkish Foreign Economic Relations Board.

“We know that the Turkish private sector is excited about the idea of ​​completing the missing projects and participating in new projects in Libya,” he said, referring to the jobs that had to be abandoned due to the conflict in the North African country.

Among the areas in which Turkish investors could play a bigger role in Libya in the coming years are said to be energy, defense industry, food, recycling and chemicals.

The head of the Libyan Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, said last week that his country will abide by the maritime agreement signed between Tripoli and Ankara. He promised not to abandon the agreement.

READ: Saudi Arabia and Turkey seize millions of amphetamine pills

Saudi Arabia and Turkey seize millions of amphetamine pills

Saudi Arabia and Turkey thwarted the smuggling attempt of more than eight million amphetamine pills yesterday. The drug cache highlighted the extensive production and smuggling of narcotics throughout the region.

Saudi customs officials announced the seizure of 2,312,000 pills found in a refrigerated truck entering the country. Images of video that showed officials removing pill bags hidden under the floor of the vehicle. Authorities detained four non-Saudi nationals in connection with the incident.

Over the weekend, the Turkish authorities seized an even larger loot of more than 6.2 million pills in the port of Iskenderun. The loot, valued at more than $ 37 million, was found hidden in 11 containers at the port that were destined for the United Arab Emirates.

READ: Beirut port customs chief arrested in Saudi drug smuggling case

Under the official brand name Captagon, a synthetic amphetamine that is widely distributed and consumed in the region, the illegal drug trade has grown considerably in recent years.

Among the main smuggling shipments intercepted were 33 million pills in Greece in 2019 and another of more than 44 million pills seized by the Saudi authorities in April last year. In July last year, Italian authorities seized the largest shipment ever recorded, containing more than 84 million pills.

These operations were initially suspected of being organized by the terrorist group Daesh. However, it was later shown that the Syrian regime of Bashar Al-Assad was producing and smuggling the narcotics, in an effort to circumvent international sanctions due to its war crimes in the ongoing Syrian civil war.

Last month, Saudi Arabia announced that it had seized more than 600 million amphetamine pills in recent years, and imposed a ban on the importation of fruits and vegetables from Lebanon. These shipments have been used to conceal drug smuggling operations.

Erdogan, on Central Europe’s support for Israel: “I curse Austria!”

Correspondent in Berlin

Updated:05/18/2021 10:47h


In a context of growing manifestations of violence against Israel in Central Europe, the President of Turkey has launched the protesters against the Government of Austria, for having raised the Israeli flag in various headquarters of state institutions as a show of support. “What the Austrian state probably wants is that Muslims pay the price for them committing genocide against Jews,” he said. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, “I curse the Austrian State!”

Both the Federal Chancellor of Austria, Sebastian Kurz, as the foreign minister Alexander Schallenberg, both belonging to the Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), have condemned the attacks on Israel from Gaza. As a show of solidarity with Israel, the Israeli flag has been raised at the Federal Chancellery and at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vienna, a gesture justified by Schallenberg as a “Austria’s consistent stance towards terrorism” and in the fact that “both the United States and the EU classify Hamas as a terrorist group.” The Government of Austria made this decision after several hundred protesters took to the streets of Vienna shouting slogans against Israel and the Jewish people, in which the majority of the participants were part of the population of Turkish origin. Interior Minister Karl Nehammer has harshly criticized Turkey’s “inglorious” role in the Middle East conflict. In his opinion, this role “certainly does not contribute to de-escalation, but to escalation” and has accused Erdogan of “adding fuel to the fire”, after the Turkish president described Israel last week as a “terrorist state” .

Nehammer further noted that last summer there were “clear indications that Turkey had influenced the riots in Vienna-Favoriten.” At that time, supporters of the ultra-nationalist Turkish ‘Gray Wolves’ attacked a Kurdish demonstration protesting violence against women and caused riots that lasted for days. “Turkey is also now exerting influence on the demonstrations directed against Israel,” added the minister, who mentioned “the many Turkish flags that fly in the demonstrations against the Jews.”

Austrian media have published a letter from the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs addressed to the Minister of the Interior Nehammer stating that “we reject and condemn the baseless statements made by the Austrian Minister of the Interior about our country and our president in relation to protests in Vienna against Israel’s atrocities». “We call on the Austrian authorities to put an end to these anti-Turkish statements, which result from purely domestic political calculations and damage Turkish-Austrian relations,” continued the letter, which denotes a serious tension in relations between the two countries.

Criticism of Biden

The Turkish president has also harshly criticized the US president Joe Biden. “Unfortunately you are making history with your bloody hands,” he said on Monday night, after charging the Austrian government, “we are forced to say that.” Erdogan bases this attack on Biden on a $ 735 million gun sale on which there is no official information and that according to the Turkish president has “bathed the soil of Palestine with horror, pain and blood.”

Germany, also with a significant population of Turkish origin and which has also registered last week various attacks on synagogues and Jewish shopsAs well as demonstrations calling for the “extinction of the Jews”, he has warned that there will be “zero tolerance for any anti-Semitic demonstration.” The German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, has pointed out that “whoever attacks a synagogue like someone who damages Jewish symbols shows that they are not criticizing a State or a policy, but attacking, in an act of hatred, those who profess a religion.” He made these statements after the Israeli ambassador to Germany, Jeremy Issachroff, urged the German authorities to guarantee the security of the Jewish community, “increasingly threatened in the streets.” “The conflict in the Middle East has nothing to do with the Jewish community in Germany,” the diplomat has tried to underline.

German government spokesman Steffen Seibert has called the rocket fire at Israel by the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas “terrorist attacks with only one objective: kill people without distinction (…) And spread fear ». Angela Merkel’s government defends “Israel’s right to self-defense against these attacks.” The Chancellor herself Angela Merkel He telephoned the Israeli prime minister yesterday, Benjamin Netanyahu, to express its “solidarity” with Israel and to call for an end to the fighting “as quickly as possible”, underlining the high number of civilian casualties for both parties. Merkel strongly condemned Hamas rocket fire, while his government insists that “it will proceed decisively against protests on German soil that try to spread hatred and anti-Semitism.” Regarding the bombings last weekend by the Israeli forces against a building that houses international media, Seibert has limited himself to saying that “journalistic work on the ground in a conflict zone is very important, but we also know that Hamas is active in highly populated areas and that it takes the civilian population hostage.

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Eurocup referees will focus on Turkey


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Everything is perfectly organized for the European Championship that kicks off on June 11 and which will be the great event for national teams this summer. And that also includes the refereeing organization, the device and the concentration that will be carried out during the month of the European national team tournament.

As the SPORT newspaper has learned; the initial intention is to carry out a concentration of the entire arbitration establishment. Concentration, which has been a common trend in all previous tournaments, and which this time has been determined to be in Turkey. A country that, even though it will not host any match, does have a VAR center since it has been using this technology in its national competitions for a couple of seasons.

And there is also a confirmed date for this concentration to begin. It is about June 6. On that day, the nineteen elected field referees, their thirty-six assistants, the twenty-two referee who will perform the functions of VAR and AVAR during the matches, in addition to the 12 match officials, are summoned.

In principle, vaccination is ruled out before the Eurocup

The intention happens because the headquarters is installed in this country and from there they move to carry out their corresponding meetings. Let us remember that there are two Spanish referees appointed for the Eurocup. Is about Mateu Lahoz Y From Cerro Grande, who will be accompanied by their respective line judges. Pau Cebrián Y Roberto Diaz next to the Valencian and Juan Carlos Yuste Y Roberto Alonso as companions of From Cerro Grande. In addition, then there are the four chosen to act as VAR and AVAR: It is about the canary Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez, Martinez Munuera, Sánchez Martínez e Iñigo Prieto López de Cerain.

It is not ruled out that, in the event that the situation becomes complicated as a result of the pandemic and measures regarding international flights between the different countries are restricted, this initial scenario would have to be changed. Arrived in this situation, each referee with his team, in addition to those responsible for VAR, would travel from their country to each match where they would return once finished.

In addition, the possibility of vaccinating all of them once they reach the aforementioned concentration is initially ruled out. After a careful analysis, they do not want to expose themselves to the risk that could mean that any of them would have an adverse reaction to the vaccine, and all this with such a short margin from when they could be vaccinated (June 6 or 7) until the beginning of the competition. .