Joshua Kimmich: Bayern Munich star out until January after knee surgery | Football News

first_img– Advertisement – Robert Lewandowski put Bayern aheadImage:Robert Lewandowski scores 22nd Bayern goal against former side Dortmund Robert Lewandowski kept up his sensational Klassiker form as Bayern Munich topped the Bundesliga with a rollercoaster 3-2 victory at Borussia Dortmund.Lewandowski – who also saw two other goals ruled out by VAR – netted his 22nd goal against his former employers from Lucas Hernandez’s cross three minutes after half-time to give the visitors the lead for the first time in the game, with Marco Reus’ close-range finish moments before the break already cancelled out by David Alaba’s deflected effort in first-half injury time.- Advertisement – Bayern proved the more clinical side in an end-to-end game as substitute Leroy Sane added a third following a fine run from midfield (80), before the otherwise wasteful Erling Haaland gave Dortmund hope from Raphael Guerreiro’s ball in behind (82).But in a match the hosts may have felt they deserved more from, it was their visitors who went top of the Bundesliga, ensuring Hansi Flick kept up his 100-per-cent record against Bayern’s biggest rivals and secured their sixth win from seven league games. Kimmich was forced off injured in the 36th minute of the 3-2 win in the Bundesliga top-of-the-table clash.Bayern have said that their medical staff expect Kimmich to be available for selection again in two months.Hasan Salihamidzic, a Bayern board member, said: “We’re glad that Joshua (Kimmich) will probably be available again in a matter of weeks.- Advertisement – “We’ll support him in his rehabilitation as best we can.”Bayern hold on to win Klassiker thriller Bayern Munich’s Joshua Kimmich has been ruled out until January after having surgery on a knee injury he suffered during the 3-2 Klassiker victory over Borussia Dortmund.The German international had an operation on his right lateral meniscus on Sunday evening.- Advertisement –last_img read more

iOS 14: How to Enable Back Tap on iPhone

first_imgDo note that this feature only works on iPhone 8 and newer models running iOS 14. Additionally, this feature is not available on the iPad. With that being said, follow these steps to enable back tap on your iPhone.On your iPhone, go to Settings.Scroll down a bit and go to Accessibility.On the next screen, under Physical and Motor, tap Touch.Scroll to the end and go to Back Tap.You’ll now see two options — Double Tap and Triple Tap.You can assign any action that’s available in the list. For example, you can set the Double Tap action to take a quick screenshot, while the Triple Tap action can be assigned to quickly access the Control Centre.After you’ve assigned the actions, exit settings. You can now start using back tap on your iPhone.iOS 14: Back tap integration with ShortcutsBack tap also integrates well with the Shortcuts app. This means, besides having the actions that are already present in the back tap menu, you can also assign custom shortcuts if you want to. For instance, if you have a shortcut that lets you run the Instagram story camera from the Shortcuts app, you can now assign it to a simple double- or triple-tap.All you need to do here is to make sure to download Apple’s Shortcuts app on your iPhone. Once the app is installed on your phone, visit RoutineHub to get a plethora of custom shortcuts. To download a shortcut and assign it to back tap on your iPhone, follow these steps.Go to RoutineHub on your iPhone.Find the shortcut that you’d like to download and open it.Hit Get Shortcut to download it on your iPhone.Doing this will redirect you to the Shortcuts app. Scroll down to the bottom and tap Add Untrusted Shortcut.Exit the Shortcuts app once your new shortcut is added.Go to iPhone’s Settings and repeat the earlier steps to assign this new shortcut as a double tap or a triple tap action.- Advertisement – This is how you can enable and use the new back tap feature in iOS 14. Let us know in the comments what you plan to do with this nifty new feature.For more tutorials, visit our How to section.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –center_img Did you know your iPhone has a cool hidden feature that lets you trigger certain actions whenever you tap the rear panel of your phone? For instance, you can now take a screenshot by double tapping or open the camera by triple tapping the rear panel of your iPhone. With the new back tap feature in iOS 14, the entire rear panel of your iPhone basically transforms into a big touch-sensitive button, letting you interact with your phone like never before.Apart from the available actions present in the Back Tap menu, the feature also integrates well with Apple’s Shortcuts app. This further makes it possible to assign almost any action that’s available as a shortcut on the internet. In this guide, we tell you how to use the new Back Tap feature in iOS 14.iOS 14: How to enable and use back tap feature- Advertisement –last_img read more

Barack Obama: One election won’t stop US ‘truth decay’

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Enzyme found to disrupt Ebola replication

first_imgApr 15, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – The Ebola virus has yielded an important behavioral clue that could lead to a treatment for the incurable infection that kills 50% to 90% of its victims, researchers have announced.Enzyme-inhibiting chemicals have stalled the virus’ reproduction in laboratory-grown cells, reports senior author James M. Cunningham, MD, of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, in an article published online yesterday in Science. The research was partly supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectiuos Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).The researchers found two cellular enzymes the Ebola virus depends upon to reproduce. When they are blocked, the virus’ infectivity drops a great deal, according to a news release from NIAID.The Ebola virus uses the cellular enzymes to cut up viral surface proteins. Once the protein is split, the virus can multiply.Scientists applied broad-spectrum enzyme inhibitors to mammal cells before exposing them to Ebola. When an enzyme called cathepsin B was suppressed, the infectivity of the Ebola virus “dropped to near zero,” the news release said.The other enzyme, cathepsin L, played a helping role in Ebola multiplication, researchers found. Drugs that inhibit cathepsins are already being developed to fight cancer.The findings may be significant because Ebola, like its fellow filovirus Marburg, is part of a family of viruses that strike relatively rarely but can cause severe, often fatal hemorrhagic fevers. An ongoing Marburg outbreak in the Uige province of Angola had as of yesterday sickened 235 people, killing 215.”Finding medical countermeasures for viral hemorrhagic fevers is a global public health priority because not only do these diseases occur naturally, but they also have the potential to be unleashed by bioterrorists,” says NIH Director Elias A. Zerhouni, MD.The research illuminates the mechanism the Ebola virus uses to insinuate itself into cells, said NIAID Director Anthony S. Fauci, MD. “These findings raise the possibility of a broad-spectrum antiviral therapy that could be effective against multiple hemorrhagic fever viruses.Chandran K, Sullivan NJ, Felbor U, et al. Endosomal proteolysis of the Ebola virus glycoprotein is necessary for infection. Science 2005 (published online Apr 14) http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/1110656v1See also: NIH news release at http://www.nih.gov/news/pr/apr2005/niaid-14.htm.last_img read more

Many in US don’t trust government to handle avian flu

first_imgApr 21, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – About half of Americans lack confidence in their government’s ability to handle an outbreak of avian influenza in humans, but few have prepared for the threat, according to a survey taken this week.Fifty-two percent of the 1,001 people polled said they were “not too confident” or “not at all confident” in the government’s response to an avian flu epidemic, according to the results of the Associated Press–Ipsos Public Affairs survey, released today. (The survey questions referred to the disease as “bird flu.”)But only 9% of the respondents said they had taken any preparatory steps. Six percent reported stockpiling food and water, 4% had made plans to work from home, 3% had made plans to keep children at home, and 2% had sought a prescription for an antiviral drug.A 61% majority thought it likely that avian flu will reach the United States in the next year, with 35% believing it unlikely and 3% unsure, the pollsters found.But only 35% expressed concern that they or someone in their family would contract avian flu. The remaining 65% were “not too concerned” (37%) or “not at all concerned” (29%) about that.On the other hand, more than half regarded the disease as a probable death sentence. Fifty-three percent said it was likely they would die of the infection if they caught it; 43% said it was unlikely to be fatal and 4% were unsure. (The case-fatality rate reflected in the World Health Organization’s current global tally of 204 human cases with 113 deaths is 55%).Respondents showed strong support for five potential measures to control an avian flu epidemic. The measures and their margins of support were as follows: encouraging people to work from home when possible, 82% to 17%; quarantining people exposed to avian flu, 79% to 19%; closing the borders to people from countries with human cases of avian flu, 74% to 25%; closing schools, 69% to 29%; and offering people experimental vaccines or drugs, 65% to 34%.An overwhelming 81% majority of those questioned understood that the regular seasonal flu vaccine would not protect them from avian flu. Eleven percent thought the seasonal vaccine would protect them, and 8% didn’t know.The survey seems to signal greater concern about avian flu now than was shown in another poll taken in February. In that survey by the Harvard School of Public Health, 21% of respondents expressed concern that they or a family member would contract avian flu, as compared with 35% in the new poll.The survey interviews were conducted from Apr 18 through 20. The 1,001 interviewees included 787 registered voters. The poll had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.See also:Feb 27, 2006, CIDRAP News story “Survey: Most Americans concerned about avian flu”last_img read more

IOM: Emergency health system unprepared for disasters

first_imgJun 20, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The US emergency medical care system is woefully inadequate and unprepared for a pandemic, bioterrorist attack, natural disaster, or other national crisis, three recent reports from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) conclude.The nation’s emergency care system, the reports say, is overburdened, underfunded, and too fragmented to communicate and cooperate effectively across levels and geographic areas. It has little surge capacity to deal with a disaster. In addition, emergency care staff members are often not adequately trained to respond to large-scale disasters or to work with pediatric patients.The IOM report preceded by 2 days a Department of Homeland Security report that describes major shortcomings in the nation’s general preparedness for catastrophic events such as category 5 hurricanes.Emergency system needs comprehensive help”Unfortunately, the [emergency care] system’s capacity is not keeping pace with the increasing demands being placed on it,” said Gail L. Warden, MHA, in a Jun 14 news release from the National Academies, the IOM’s parent organization.”We need a comprehensive effort to shore up America’s emergency medical care resources and fix problems that can threaten the health and lives of people in the midst of a crisis,” added Warden, chair of the committee that wrote the reports and president emeritus of Henry Ford Health System in Detroit.To remedy this situation, the committee that wrote the reports recommends that:Congress appropriate at least $325.5 million toward shoring up the emergency care system—plus funding for readying the system for potential disasters.The emergency care system be “regionalized” so that neighboring hospitals, emergency medical services, and other agencies work together to provide care for all the people in their region.The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) be integrated into civilian disaster planning and management.Guidelines on overcrowding and redirecting ambulances away from packed emergency departments (EDs) be enforced, and coordination and communication between facilities improved.Streamlining tools, such as queuing theory, dashboard systems, and 23-hour observation units, be used to optimize patient treatment and flow.The IOM’s 26-member Committee on the Future of Emergency Care in the US Health System convened in September 2003. Its conclusions on problem areas and recommended solutions have just been published as a series of three reports: Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point, Emergency Medical Services at the Crossroads, and Emergency Care for Children: Growing Pains.Concerning funding, an IOM overall summary of the three documents states, “Perhaps the area in which greater funding is most important is disaster preparedness. To date, despite their importance in any response to disaster, the various parts of the emergency care system have received very little of the funds that Congress has dispensed for disaster preparedness.”In part this is because the money tends to be funneled through public safety agencies that consider medical care to be a low priority. Congress should therefore make significantly more disaster-preparation funds available to the emergency system through dedicated funding,” the summary says.Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point specifies the following preparedness funding priorities:Strengthening and sustaining trauma care systemsEnhancing ED, trauma center, and inpatient surge capacityImproving EMS response to explosivesDesigning evidence-based training programsIncreasing the availability of decontamination showers, standby intensive care unit capacity, negative-pressure rooms, and appropriate personal protective equipmentConducting international collaborative research on the civilian consequences of conventional-weapons terrorismIn addition to asking for more preparedness funding, the IOM committee says Congress should establish a pool of $50 million to reimburse hospitals for uncompensated emergency and trauma care.Also, in the next 5 years Congress should provide $88 million to foster coordination and “regionalization” of emergency care and $187.5 million to address shortcomings in emergency pediatric care, the reports conclude.Regional coordination urgedRegionalization would involve directing patients not to just the nearest medical center, but to the nearest facility in the region equipped to handle patients’ specific needs. It “can improve health outcomes, mitigate overcrowding, and reduce costs,” according to the IOM news release.Regionalization would also eliminate the need for every hospital to maintain on-call services for every specialty, which would help address staff shortages caused by decreasing numbers of specialists willing to take emergency calls, the news release said.Hospital-Based Emergency Care says the VHA is “well positioned to enhance regional response, particularly since its hospitals are required by law to maintain excess capacity.” Therefore, the report says, federal organizations should work with states to integrate the VHA into regional disaster planning.To remedy overcrowding and ambulance diversions, the committee asked that the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization (JCAHO) reinstate strong guidelines to reduce crowding, “boarding” patients in halls or exam rooms until beds become available, and diverting ambulances when EDs are overcrowded. It also called on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to convene a working group to develop standards to address the situation.Further, the reports note, overcrowding and ambulance diversions are caused by lack of coordination and communication between facilities. Patient admission and transport should be better coordinated across municipalities, the reports conclude.In recommending using queuing theory to help improve efficiency, the committee highlighted its ability to smooth the peaks and valleys of patient admissions, which can eliminate bottlenecks, improve care, and lower costs.The 23-hour observation unit, or clinical decision unit, the reports say, can help ED staff with patient triage, which can help reduce ED crowding. And dashboard systems can help coordinate patient flow.DHS reports on preparedness for catastrophesIn another lengthy report, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Jun 16 assessed the nation’s preparedness for catastrophes such as a major terrorist attack or a category 5 hurricane. The assessment included all 56 states and territories, as well as 75 urban areas.The assessment was ordered by President Bush and Congress in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, according to a DHS news release. Last February the agency released a report based on preparedness self-assessments by states and major cities; the new report represents the findings of expert “peer review teams” that visited the states and cities and checked their plans against national standards.Among the key findings in the Nationwide Plan Review for states and urban areas are:Most planning processes are not adequate as defined in the National Response Plan (NRP).A common deficiency in state and urban areas is the absence of a clearly defined command structure.The ability to give the public accurate, timely information should be strengthened.Significant weaknesses in evacuation planning are of profound concern.Resource management is the “Achilles heel” of emergency planning.Among the key findings for the federal government are:Clear guidance needs to be developed on how state and local governments can coordinate operations with federal partners according to the NRP.Collaboration between government and non-governmental organizations should be strengthened at all levels.Federal, state, and local governments should work with the private sector to optimize transportation of people with disabilities before, during, and after an emergency.The federal government should provide leadership, guidance, and resources necessary to build a shared national homeland security planning system.See also:IOM’s “Future of Emergency Care” seriesNational Academies Jun 14 press releaselast_img read more

Hike & Bike mobile application of the island of Krk presented

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the island of Krk, in cooperation with all tourist boards on the island, has developed new, free mobile applications KRKhike i KRKbike.Hike & Bike is a new, free application for all lovers of the island of Krk who love walking and hiking, and allows you to search for hiking and mountaineering trails, and GPS navigation routes. Krkbike application allows you to search for bike routes by categories, road, MTB and trekking as well as allows GPS navigation of routes.You can download the KrkBike and KrkHike app for iOS and Android here .The most important thing in the whole story is to inform your guests about these applications, because it was made just for them, ie those guests who want an active vacation. Share this information through your newsletters and your social networks, and you can also print a notice and put it in your accommodation units.Don’t forget, guests do not come to the island of Krk because of your accommodation, but precisely because of the offer of a tourist destination, and that active vacation, ie content, is one of the solutions to extend the tourist season.last_img read more

DORF and SuperUho: a great program for the 12th birthday

first_imgVINKOVCI, LAPIDARIUM OF THE CITY MUSEUM VINKOVCI // 23-25.8.23.8. (Thursday)20:30 Opening20:45 The Secret History of DORF powered by Pecha Kucha22:15 DJ Our thing24.8. (Friday)20:30 Pope, come back21:30 Veja22:00 Lost Time25.8. (Saturday)20:30 More than a barbershop (HR premiere)20:50 Hannah Williams in Tokyo (HR premiere)21:15 Louder than guns22:30 Announcement of winners and award ceremony PRIMOSTEN, SUPERUHO // 4-6.8.4.8. (Saturday)20:30 Opening20:35 Bunch of Kunst (HR premiere)22:00 Electric Dreams (HR premiere)23:00 Betty: They say I’m different (HR premiere)24:00 DJ Brown Sugar vs. VJ Klara Bilic5.8. (Sunday)19:30 Music-film quiz (powered by KlasikTV)20:30 LP film Laibach (HR premiere)21:30 Louder than guns23:00 The Secret History of DORF powered by Pecha Kucha24:00 DJ Per Le Cler vs. VJ Klara Bilic6.8. (Monday)20:30 Noise Potential – Connie Plank22:00 Invisible Hands (HR premiere)23:30 Spit’n’split (HR premiere) Today is the last day of the 21st Motovun Film Festival, but lovers of the art of moving images will not be deprived in August. Namely, the cooperation between SuperUh and the Vinkovci music documentary festival DORF continues again this year on Iskon’s festival beach in Primošten in the period from August 4 to 6, after which screenings will move to Vinkovci from August 23 to 25. The festival is held under the auspices of the Croatian Audiovisual Center, the City of Vinkovci and Vukovar-Srijem County, and the partners of the festival are Žedno Uho and the Vinkovci City Museum.A total of 8 films will be presented to the audience in Primošten, while the 12th DORF opens with a screening of a 2017 film by a guest from Great Britain, Phil Cox, about the cult funk megastar Betty Davis called “Betty – They Say I’m Different”. German director Christine Franz’s documentary “Bunch of Kunst” from 2017 will have its Croatian premiere, which is a kind of chronicle of the author’s experience during her multi-year tour with the British music duo Sleaford Mods. The third in the series of works “Music is the Art of the Hour” directed by Igor Zupe deals with the most important albums of Slovenian music, while in this sequel he deals with the first album of the Slovenian music group Laibach. “Electric Dreams” is the second Croatian premiere of director Dušan Moravec, a two-time DORF winner. The story, told in the production of RTV Slovenia, tells how “Yugoslav Jean-Michael Jarre” paved the way for many musicians with albums and music until the end of the 70’s.The film “Invisible Hands” by Marina Gioti and Georges Salameh from Greece talks about the project of musician Alan Bishop, bassist and vocalist of the cult Sun City Girls. This poetic documentary about a musical journey to Cairo was screened in 2017 at the Berlinale. One of the most interesting documentaries shown at DORF, was on the program of this year’s festival. It is a film “Spit’n’split” written by Jerome Vanderwattyne.In the accompanying program, the organizers announce the presentation of the exclusive “Secrets of the History of DORF” powered by PechaKucha presentation which was promoted in Zagreb in early June in the Summer Garden Vintage industrial bar as part of 4 warm up programs. Mato Škugor, Phil Cox, Vojo Šindolić, Varji Močnik, Martin Peranović and others gathered under the leadership of Marija Kovač told their story, in the concept of “20 pictures in 20 seconds”.After the screenings, DJ Brown Sugar will perform at the opening with his exceptional collection of retro hits of ex-YU funk and soul, and the evening after, DJ Per Le Cler from Šibenik will play behind the counter. Also, Klara Bilić from Zagreb is in charge of VJ-ing on the beach throughout the weekend.As part of the festival, a film and music quiz is being organized this year as well, and rich prizes for the best teams have been provided by Klasik TV. Finally, this year’s special DORF awards are dedicated to people from the world of literature. This year, the DORF Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to translator, poet and journalist Voja Šindolić, while the contribution for the contribution to the underground goes to the Koprivnica publisher “Šareni dućan”.Below is the schedule of events in Primosten and Vinkovci, and you can follow more details and news on the official website DORF i SuperUha.last_img read more

The Festival of Lights is another great proof that investing in events is not a cost, but an investment

first_imgAfter a great success with Advent in Zagreb, which last year generated about 500 million in tourist spending, the Zagreb Tourist Board has adopted a new tourist product, the Festival of Light,  which in its second edition was even larger, of better quality and more substantial. The Festival of Lights is another great proof that investing in events is not a cost, but an investment, which attracted more than 100.000 visitors and generated a large tourist consumption through four days of maintenance. The fact that the Festival of Light is a complete success and has the potential to be another major tourist event that generates the motive of arrival is shown by the fact that during the Festival of Light Zagreb, according to the Zagreb Tourist Board, 28% more arrivals and 44% more overnight stays. Exclusively because of the Festival of Light. Compared to last year’s period of the Festival (from 15 to 18 March), when the Tourist Board organized this event for the first time, this year there were 10.652 arrivals and 21.592 overnight stays in four days. In the mentioned period, there were 3.032 domestic tourist arrivals (growth 32%) and 7.620 foreign tourists (growth 26%), and the most numerous were guests from South Korea, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the USA and Germany. Out of the total number of overnight stays, domestic tourists realized 5.094 (growth of 30%), and foreign tourists 16.498 (growth of 48%).Recognition of the profession for the Festival of Lights At the recent conference on events and marketing in Slovenia – Conventa Crossover, a project of the Tourist Board Zagreb Light Festival won the award as the best B2C event. About 2018 events in three categories competed for the Conventa Best Event Award 40, of which the Festival of Light won as the best event intended for a wider audience. “The results that Zagreb achieves and the awards we have won prove that our city is an attractive destination all year round, both for vacationers and business guests. Namely, at the beginning of August, Zagreb won the Meeting Star Award as the best congress destination chosen by Kongres Magazine, and the award for the Zagreb Light Festival is an additional incentive to continue, with partners, to develop numerous events to make our visitors’ stay in Zagreb as pleasant as possible. and better. ” pointed out the director of the Tourist Board, Mrs. Martina Bienenfeld.In the first eight months, Zagreb recorded a growth of 9% in arrivals and 11% in overnight staysAccording to the Zagreb Tourist Board, u August The number of arrivals in the capital of Croatia increased by 9% (163.731), and the number of overnight stays by as much as 10% (279.726) compared to the same period last year. Thus, in August, the most numerous guests were from Spain, followed by guests from Italy, Germany, South Korea and the United States. In overnight stays, guests from Italy, Spain, Germany, the USA and South Korea are in the first five places.Zagreb recorded an increase in the first eight months, to be exact from January to August 908.067 arrivals and 1.638.061 overnight stays were realized, which is an increase of 9% in arrivals and 11% in overnight stays. In the first eight months, most overnight stays were made by guests from the USA, followed by guests from Germany, Korea, Italy and Spain. Guests from South Korea, the USA, Germany, Italy and China are in the first five places.last_img read more

100 million overnight stays realized a week earlier than last year

first_img“The realization of 100 million overnight stays a week earlier compared to last year is an excellent result of Croatian tourism and a clear fact that our country occupies a stable position in a very competitive international market. In order to maintain the positive trends, we are already working very intensively on the preparation of the 2020 tourist year, while a large campaign is still underway to promote the post-season, for which we are already making great announcements. “, said the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić, emphasizing that the results achieved so far confirm that Croatia is increasingly perceived in many emitting markets as a meaningful year-round tourist destination. According to the eVisitor system, which contains tourist traffic realized in the commercial and non-commercial segment and in the nautical charter, u This weekend, the number of 100 million overnight stays in Croatia was exceeded, a week earlier than last year. “The positive indicators so far on the realized tourist traffic, but also the financial ones, are proof that Croatia is excellently positioned on the world tourist market. We will continue to lead our tourism policy in the direction of sustainable and responsible tourism with the aim of improving the quality of the entire offer, ” said Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli.  In the same period, most overnight stays were realized from the markets of Germany, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Poland and Italy, and the destinations where the highest number of overnight stays were realized were Dubrovnik, Rovinj, Poreč, Split and Medulin.  center_img In the current part of the year, ie from January 1 to September 22, according to the first and incomplete data of the eVisitor system, 18,3 million arrivals and almost 101 million overnight stays were realized in Croatia, which is an increase of 4 percent in the same period last year. arrivals and 2 percent overnight stays. As they point out from the CNTB, the results confirm that the Croatian tourism sector is achieving extremely positive results in this very challenging and demanding tourist year.last_img read more