Ha nem jelenik meg rendesen kattintson ide!

Russian Vaccine: first interim data analysis of Covid-19 Sputnik V vaccine phase iii clinical trials demonstrated 92% efficacy

Russian Federation: Announced Weds (11 Nov), the Sputnik V vaccine efficacy amounted to 92% (calculation based on the 20 confirmed COVID-19 cases split between vaccinated individuals and those who received the placebo). Currently 40,000 volunteers are taking part in double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled Phase III of Sputnik V clinical trials, out of which over 20,000 have been vaccinated with the first dose of the vaccine and more than 16,000 with both the first and second doses of the vaccine...The National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after N.F. Gamaleya of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Gamaleya Center) and the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF, Russia’s sovereign wealth fund), announce that the Sputnik V vaccine, the world's first registered vaccine against coronavirus (registered on the 11th of August under the emergency use authorization mechanism) created on the well-studied platform of human adenoviral vectors, demonstrated high efficacy.

Event Photography awards

***EXCLUSIVE*** Celebrity chef Albert Roux has taken the top spot at the Event Photography awards - with a photo of the Michelin Star cook intently inspecting food before it is served at Wimbledon. The expressive, black-and-white photo of the 85-year-old chef, entitled 'Eyes For Detail', captured the behind-the-scenes moment before a plate of gourmet food was served up at the Tennis Championships. The winners of the Off To Work Event Photography Awards 2020 were unveiled during a virtual awards ceremony streamed on 12 th November and viewed by a plethora of event photographers and industry professionals.

The prop sword katana used by Sean Connery in the 1986 film 'Highlander' is now being flogged to fans and collectors

***EXCLUSIVE*** A film prop sword used by the late Sir Sean Connery is expected to fetch thousands of pounds at auction. The actor, best known for his portrayal of the spy James Bond, passed away last month aged 90. A katana used by the famed Scotsman in the 1986 film 'Highlander' is now being flogged to fans and collectors. The fantasy-action adventure flick chronicles the climax of an age-old war between immortal warriors, with Connery assuming the role of 'Ramírez'.

A rescued Racoon who found his forever home with a couple and became firm friends with the families’ dog

***EXCLUSIVE*** Russ Swindell from Russellville, AR discovered the baby Raccoon that would become known as June seemingly abandoned by her mother at the base of an Oak tree near their home 4 years ago. Russ’ wife Bethany had cared for Orphan raccoons as well as various other animals while growing up so the caring couple nursed the baby Raccoon kit to health by warming her up and giving her some fluids. Due to complications including not being able to find the presumed dead mother and June being too young and weak to be raised with other Racoon kits so the couple decided to raise June as a member of their family. A year later the couple adopted Waffles the dog and it was love at first sight. The pair can be seen cuddling, wrestling and playing together and according to their owners are near inseperable.

Bathroom store forced to remove life-sized poster of nude woman replaces it with naked man pic

***EXCLUSIVE*** A company owner who was forced to remove a poster of a nude woman from his business has aimed a cheeky dig at council bosses by replacing it - with a naked man. Sam Collins, 40, was previously told to tear down the life-sized poster of a woman showering amid fears it could distract drivers and cause them to crash. Town hall chiefs also said the advert breached planning rules and reported it to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Mr Collins reluctantly removed the poster from The Bathroom Store in Arnold, Notts., after slamming the decision and insisting the image was "just a bit of fun." But the defiant business owner has erected a new poster at this shop - this time of a hunky male model soaking in a bathtub. Gedling Borough Council has not yet said whether they will also demand the latest poster is pulled down from the premises on Arnot Hill Road. Mr Collins told the BBC the the new poster - an almost 8ft (2.4m) image of a naked man - had been put inside the shop to avoid breaching planning regulations. He also said he is now selling the original naked woman poster on eBay to raise funds for local food banks while he awaits a decision on the latest advert.

These stunning pictures will make you do a double-take, but show wintery masterpieces an artist has created - on her own face

***EXCLUSIVE*** Makeup artist Romanie-Jade Tulloch, 22, created the series of winter-inspired art features using her face as the canvas. Each creation took a day to design, with a further 10-and-a-half hours spent bringing the art to life. For the 'Cosy Evening Fire' look, RJ completed the design with a miniature poker to add to the illusion, while the 'Festive Spiced Latte' look is a contemporary take on the seasonal beverage.

This is the moving moment a devoted wife surprises dementia-stricken husband by moving into his care home after a month apart because she 'can't live without him'

***EXCLUSIVE*** Heart-warming footage shows pensioner Kenneth Meredith, 96, walking through the door with his zimmer frame, before breaking down in tears as he sees his wife Betty Meredith, 91, sitting down in front of him. Seconds later he rushes over to his wife of 71-years, who is seen sitting at a table for a make-shift date night, decorated with heart shaped balloons and roses. With The Platters' 1954 hit 'Only You', playing in the background, the couple share a long hug, after spending five weeks apart.

Eco-friendly tableware made from sugarcane and bamboo could save the planet, say scientists

***EXCLUSIVE*** The eco-friendly plates and cups break down in just 60 days, according to new research.  They are also clean enough to hold your morning coffee or takeaway - and two times cheaper than other biodegradable products.  Disposable plastic containers endanger wildlife. They can take up to 450 years to disappear - or require high temperatures.

Squirrels jump in and out of water to retrieve fallen nuts

***EXCLUSIVE*** A squirrel leaps athletically from a pond after retrieving a fallen acorn. A group of red squirrels hunt for acorns and nuts which have fallen into the water from overhanging trees. Having obtained their treasured food, the squirrels leap again onto dry land, wary of nearby predators such as hawks. The photographs were taken in Drunen, in the Netherlands, by nature and travel photographer Marta Demarteau.

All the fun of the fair has emerged from a garage in lockdown thanks to the discovery of a host of ‘mind-blowing’ model fairground rides – painstakingly handmade by a Derbyshire man decades ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** Intricate, working models of a Cake Walk, Noah’s Ark Ride and Chairoplane, scaled down to exactly match their full-size equivalents, are due to be sold in November by Hansons Auctioneers.  Each one took the late Patrick Burton two or three years to build, according to his family. He made every part himself, working from drawings, and hand-painted hundreds of components. The colourful paintwork on the finished models included his very own name for his creation – ‘Pat Burton’s Model Fun Fair’.  His son Michael Burton, a 58-year-old joiner/taxi driver from Chaddesden, Derby, said: “Dad made models for more than 40 years. He started in his 30s with horse-drawn carts and wheelbarrows, that sort of thing, then moved on to fairground rides which he built for 32 years.  “After he died at the age of 73 in 2003 the rides ended up in a garage for nearly 20 years. We want them to go to a good home and be enjoyed again. Dad used to show them at steam fairs around Derbyshire.”

Workers lay out brightly coloured cloth to dry in the sun

***EXCLUSIVE*** An array of brightly coloured fabric is left out in the sun to dry. The freshly dyed cloth was laid out to dry for five to six hours, covering an entire kilometre. More than 500 people work to produce the hand-made garments, in a village where nearly 90 per cent of the population are dependant on the industry. These photos were taken by amateur photographer Ratul Dhar in the village of Banti, Bangladesh.

Rakher Upobash

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tens of thousands of Hindu worshipers gather on dozens of floors to celebrate Rakher Upobash, a fasting festival at Lokenath Brahmachari Temple in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The festival is held on every Saturday and Tuesday during the last 15 days in the month of “Kartik” in the Bengali calendar. Lighting small lamps, also known as Prodips, and special incense, Hindu worshipers fast and pray in earnest to the gods for favours during this traditional ritual called Kartik Brati or Rakher Upobash.  Lokenath Brahmachari, mostly known as Baba Lokenath, was an 18th Century Hindu saint and philosopher in Bengal.

Dhaka: sharing a space in the world of no space

Bangladesh: Atik, Sujon, Najmul, Robiul are among other street children. In Bangladesh, the number of street children has been increasing rapidly in recent years. Mostly, Dhaka city has been facing this problem due to internal migration and people come to Dhaka in search of work. According to the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, there were over 1.5 million street children in Bangladesh in 2015, with further estimates suggesting this could rise to 1.6 million by 2024. They live in extreme poverty, and do not have sufficient access to human rights such as education, housing, healthcare, and protection.