Tag: Agen

  • Another bad weather, canceled flights and closed roads

    Due to the further breakdown of the weather, a state of uncertainty was announced today, which applies in many places in the country. The coordination center of the civil defense agency was also activated and all domestic flights were cancelled. The yellow and orange weather alerts that have been posted will remain in effect until […]

  • Right now: At least 90 injured after explosion at mosque in Pakistan

    An explosion has occurred at a mosque in Peshawar in northwestern Pakistan, Pakistani police told the Reuters news agency. The information on how many have been injured differs, but according to the AFP news agency, at least 90 people are said to have been injured and 17 killed. Listen to Ekot’s live broadcast.

  • The Helsinki court convicted two journalists of revealing national secrets

    Tuomo Pietiläinenthe reporter who was primarily responsible for the story was fined 50 days. Laura Halminenanother reporter mentioned in the byline, was not convicted because of his lesser role. “The other journalist had a clearly smaller role than his colleague and had sought to ensure that the publication was legal. The district court refrained from […]

  • The court convicted two journalists of HS for revealing state secrets

    One of the defendants was fined for publishing an article about the intelligence agency in 2017, while charges against a third journalist were dropped.

  • YLE: The President’s Office rejected the proposal to become the Prime Minister’s security policy advisor

    The current system is estimated to work well, and it is based on a clear division of work and responsibilities and smooth and reliable cooperation with the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. “Therefore, the agency does not consider it necessary or appropriate to establish a new unit in the prime minister’s […]

  • Putin was so wrong about Europe

    When the podcast started in January 2022, the world looked different. Putin’s Russia counted on Europe being divided and weakened. Ukraine did not believe that a large-scale war was imminent. Since then, a new security order has emerged and a united Europe has rallied behind Ukraine. Radio correspondents Russia turns one year old. Cast: Johanna […]

  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected the idea of ​​a security adviser to the prime minister

    The prime minister’s office raised the idea of ​​establishing the position a couple of weeks ago, saying that the advisor and the special unit they lead would strengthen the agency’s capabilities to assist the prime minister in security policy issues within his own field. As required by NATO membership. The advisor was supposed to be […]

  • Controversial immigration bill returns to parliament’s agenda

    After the Christmas and New Year’s break, the parliament again started to discuss the immigration law, which was presented by the Minister of Justice, Jón Gunnarsson. Discussions on the bill are expected to continue for some time, as it has been the subject of many parliamentary debates before. Last autumn, the bill was presented and […]

  • Controversial immigration bill returns to parliament’s agenda

    After the Christmas and New Year’s break, the parliament again started to discuss the immigration law, which was presented by the Minister of Justice, Jón Gunnarsson. Discussions on the bill are expected to continue for some time, as it has been the subject of many parliamentary debates before. Last autumn, the bill was presented and […]

  • Unions Efling vs. SA, still no agreement

    In the morning, at the headquarters of the government mediator on Borgartún Street, a new negotiating meeting between representatives of Efling unions and the Icelandic Confederation of Employers / SA took place today. Prior to the meeting, Sólveig Anna told a news agency that the negotiations were based primarily on “the stubbornness of the Employers’ […]

  • The Finnish Environmental Center is renewing its organization: a vision of change in sustainable development, life within the limits of the planet

    The Finnish Environmental Center (Syke) has changed its vision in the direction of sustainable development. The change in sustainable development guides our society to quickly operate within the carrying capacity of our planet. Syke has reformed its organization and focused its expertise on finding solutions to key sustainable development challenges. At the same time, its […]

  • Billion project could send cars underground in Copenhagen

    Solution 1 in the leadAccording to TV2 Kosmopollocal politicians are currently considering two options for the so-called ‘The Green Boulevard’ project. Solution 1 consists of two short tunnels without exits – a tunnel from Bispeengbuen to Bysøerne and a tunnel from Jarmers Plads to Rysensteensgade (just before Langebro Bridge). Solution 2 is more extensive and […]

  • Xinhua Middle East News Roundup at 2200 GMT, 23 January

    ANKARA — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned Sweden on Monday that it should not expect Turkey’s support to join NATO after the Koran was burned outside the Turkish embassy in Stockholm. “Those who allow such shameful acts in front of the Turkish embassy in Stockholm cannot expect good news from us about NATO membership,” […]

  • Dutch activist goes ahead with Koran-destroying spree

    Edwin Wagensveld was not arrested after agreeing not to burn the Islamic holy book Edwin Wagensveld, head of the anti-Islamic group Pegida, tore down a copy of the Koran in front of the Netherlands’ House of Representatives on Sunday in The Hague, echoing a recent stunt outside the Turkish embassy in Sweden that outraged the […]

  • Spotify announces plans to lay off 6% of workforce

    Spotify CEO Daniel Ek announced Monday that the company plans to lay off about 6% of its workforce, or roughly 600 employees. The cuts are a result of financial challenges, according to Ek. The Swedish media streaming giant is one of the largest providers of its kind. Founded in 2006 by Ek and Martin Lorentzon, […]

  • Pegida leader moves ahead with Koran-destroying spree

    Edwin Wagensveld was not arrested after agreeing not to burn the Islamic holy book Edwin Wagensveld, head of the anti-Islamic group Pegida, tore down a copy of the Koran in front of the Netherlands’ House of Representatives on Sunday in The Hague, echoing a recent stunt outside the Turkish embassy in Sweden that outraged the […]

  • More and more Swedes receive military deployments

    STOCKHOLM, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) — The number of Swedes with war deployments increased by 66,000 individuals to over 404,000 in the second half of 2022 and it is expected to increase further, Sweden’s Television (SVT) reported on Monday. According to the Swedish law, workplaces can order their employees to stay at work if the government […]

  • The Pegida leader continues his Koran-destroying spree

    Edwin Wagensveld was not arrested after agreeing not to burn the Muslim holy book Edwin Wagensveld, head of the anti-Islamic group Pegida, tore down a copy of the Koran in front of the Netherlands’ House of Representatives on Sunday in The Hague, echoing a recent stunt outside the Turkish embassy in Sweden that outraged the […]