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  • FMs from Bhutan, Croatia, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Sweden reach Delhi to participate in Raisina Dialogue

    FMs from Bhutan, Croatia, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Sweden reach Delhi to participate in Raisina Dialogue

    New Delhi [India]March 2 (ANI): India on Thursday welcomed the foreign ministers of Bhutan, Croatia, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Sweden to New Delhi, who will participate in the eighth edition of the Raisina Dialogue. “Delighted to welcome guests from around the world for RaisinaDialogue2023! Foreign ministers from Bhutan, Croatia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Sweden are in […]

  • Freedom of navigation in the Indian Ocean is a must: Maldives Foreign Minister

    Freedom of navigation in the Indian Ocean is a must: Maldives Foreign Minister

    New Delhi [India]March 3 (ANI): Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid said that “freedom of navigation in the Indian Ocean is a must” that the country will do everything to maintain peace and stability in the region. Speaking exclusively to ANI, Abdulla Shahid said, “Freedom of navigation in the Indian Ocean is a must because it […]

  • Irma bites the dust in Coop reorganization

    The term ‘annus horribilis’ was first popularized by Queen Elizabeth II to refer to a year in which three of her four children confirmed divorces/separations. 2016 was definitely one for the celebrities: it started with David Bowie, followed by Prince, Muhammad Ali, George Michael and Carrie Fisher – to name just a few. And what […]

  • Auf wiedersehen!  Aldi made in Denmark

    Auf wiedersehen! Aldi made in Denmark

    End of an eraThe remaining Aldi stores that are not acquired by Rema 1000 will either be sold or closed during 2023. Around 1,600 of Aldi’s around 2,800 employees in Denmark will be transferred to Rema 1000. “Aldi opened in Denmark in 1977 as the first discount grocery chain and served as inspiration for our […]

  • President Droupadi Murmu receives credentials from five envoys

    President Droupadi Murmu receives credentials from five envoys

    New Delhi [India]November 28 (ANI): President Droupadi Murmu on Monday received credentials from foreign envoys of five nations at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday. “President Droupadi Murmu was felicitated by Md. Mustafizur Rahman, Bangladesh High Commissioner; Mr. Ibrahim Shaheeb, Maldives High Commissioner; and Dr. Abdulnasser Jamal Hussain Mohammed Alshaali, UAE Ambassador at Rashtrapati Bhavan,” the […]

  • Mosquitoes bite some of us more than others, here’s why

    Mosquitoes bite some of us more than others, here’s why

    Vosshall and Maria Elena De Obaldiaa former postdoc in the lab, decided to investigate the leading theory that explains the variable attractiveness of mosquitoes: individual odor variations associated with skin microbiota. According to the study published in the article, “Differential mosquito attraction to humans is associated with skin-derived carboxylic acid levels.” They recently showed that […]

  • “Nobody is dealing with this case”

    “Nobody is dealing with this case”

    A gunsmith, who claims he converted two illegal semi-automatic rifles that were sold by the father of the chief of the national police, says no one in the police wanted to take the case. Journalists looking for information on this subject did not receive any answers from the police on this matter. Yesterday on the […]

  • Suspected of selling illegal rifles

    Suspected of selling illegal rifles

    It is suspected that Guðjón Valdimarsson, the father of the current police chief, was building and selling illegal semi-automatic rifles. Sources say his home was recently searched after an investigation into possible terrorism. The case was covered on the evening news. Earlier this year, one person was convicted in the National Court of Justice for […]

  • Stolen sculpture found

    Stolen sculpture found

    The bust of the poet Þorstein Valdimarsson disappeared from the forest of Hallormsstaðaskógur and her search continued for several months. The sculpture was found accidentally, in one of the houses in Egilsstaðir. Hallormsstaðaskógur forest is the largest forest in the country and is located in the east of the country, in the Fljótsdalur valley, near […]

  • The benefits of fat

    The benefits of fat

    – A normal body does not look like that. For Mikael Rydén, the answer is clear. He is a professor of clinical and experimental adipose tissue research. – We are developed to cope with starvation, we must have a layer of adipose tissue. Then it is different where it settles, for example women can have […]

  • Find the best wellness experiences in Zealand

    Find the best wellness experiences in Zealand

    In a busy everyday life, there may well be a need for a breather, where you just get down to gear. It is not always the easiest task when everyday busy life takes its course, therefore a trip to wellness can be good for body and soul. Over recent years, spas and wellness have become […]

  • What the first Russian roller coaster looked like

    What the first Russian roller coaster looked like

    In the 18th century, Russian empress Catherine the Great hosted a huge sleigh ride at her country residence outside St. Petersburg. And it looked amazing! Catherine the Great knew how to party! In Oranienbaum, not far from the official Peterhof rural residence, she had her “own dacha”. Well, it’s not the kind of dacha you […]

  • Iceland’s largest energy resource

    Iceland’s largest energy resource

    Tidal energy is the country’s largest available source of energy – many times greater than hydro and geothermal power plants. Hydroelectric power plants are becoming more and more controversial and their construction is unlikely to be continued. “The will of the government is needed to strengthen this drive,” says Valdimar Össurarson, president of Valorka and […]

  • Ladies’ European Championship 2022: Sweden, the Netherlands go to QFs after registering thumping wins

    Ladies’ European Championship 2022: Sweden, the Netherlands go to QFs after registering thumping wins

    Corduroy [UK]July 18 (ANI): A position by Manchester City star Filippa Angeldahl helped Sweden reach the quarter-finals of the European Championship 2022 after defeating Portugal 5-0 in Leigh Sports Village on Sunday. Sweden took the lead in the 21st minute when Filippa Angeldal knocked in from close range a corner from Jonna Andersson. She followed […]

  • The EU removes the last obstacle to Croatia’s adoption of the euro currency

    The EU removes the last obstacle to Croatia’s adoption of the euro currency

    BRUSSELS, Belgium: The European Union (EU) has removed the last obstacles for Croatia to adopt the euro currency, the first expansion of the currency bloc in almost a decade. EU finance ministers approved three related laws enabling Croatia to become the 20th member of the eurozone on 1 January. Lithuania was the last country to […]

  • The EU’s free trade pact with New Zealand is part of the shift from Russia

    The EU’s free trade pact with New Zealand is part of the shift from Russia

    BRUSSELS, Belgium: Negotiations on an EU-New Zealand free trade agreement were successfully concluded this week, paving the way for a 30% increase in their flow of goods and services. EU Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis said the agreement sent an important “geopolitical signal” and stressed that the European Union would seek further partnerships. “It’s clear that […]

  • Film critics are thinking about the next Palme d’Or when the Cannes Film Marathon ends

    Film critics are thinking about the next Palme d’Or when the Cannes Film Marathon ends

    The Cannes Film Festival showed the last of its competition entries on Friday, ending its first full-scale edition since the pandemic. On the eve of the announcement of the Palme d’Or, FRANCE 24 spoke with critics from Japan, Italy and Bangladesh about watching the world’s premier film festival and their favorite films from this year’s […]

  • How the start-up of this new age has revolutionized the laundry industry

    How the start-up of this new age has revolutionized the laundry industry

    New Delhi [India], May 25 (ANI / TPT): A laundry start-up, Tumbledry, which started just three years ago, has come to the fore as India’s largest laundry and dry cleaning chain. The promising brand is emerging across the country with 250 vibrant stores spread across 82 cities and is on its way to becoming a […]

  • So Ronaldinho ended up in jail

    So Ronaldinho ended up in jail

    A program by Cecilia Paulsson, 2022. Archive audio: SR, BBC, ITV, AP, AFP, ABC TV Paraguay, beIN Sports, Sky Sports. Participants:Richard Henriksson, football expert RadiosportenHenrik Brandão Jönsson, journalist and author Technician: Maria Stockhaus.

  • Finland will replace Russian gas with the Baltic connection

    Finland will replace Russian gas with the Baltic connection

    The supply of natural gas from Russia to Finland ended on Saturday morning Olli Sipilä, CEO of the gas network company Gasgrid. Sipilä said that gas has instead started to flow to Finland from the Baltics and the transition has gone smoothly. "The Finnish system is currently in balance, commercially and physically. Of course, something […]

  • Ukraine’s attack causes Russia’s foreign tourism to collapse

    Ukraine’s attack causes Russia’s foreign tourism to collapse

    Due to war-related civil aviation sanctions, Russians are unable to book flights to many of their favorite destinations in the West; so they book trips to the Middle East and Asia instead. An analysis of flight bookings made between February 24, the start of the attack, and the latest data, April 27, reveals that the […]

  • Fortum confirms its subsidiary Uniper to use the new payment system for Russian gas

    Fortum confirms its subsidiary Uniper to use the new payment system for Russian gas

    The state-owned energy company Fortum has responded to a report that its German subsidiary Uniper believes it is possible to start paying in rubles for natural gas purchased from Russia. According to Fortum, Uniper will continue to pay for Russian gas in euros. The Financial Times said on Thursday that several European energy companies are […]

  • Armenian Foreign Minister’s visit to promote bilateral cooperation: MEA

    New Delhi [India]April 24 (ANI): The Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan’s visit will further promote bilateral cooperation between India and Armenia. On Twitter, Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said: “Glad to welcome FM @AraratMirzoyan (Ararat Mirzoyan) from Armenia, New Delhi. His visit will further promote our bilateral cooperation. Looking […]

  • Jaishankar, Philippines FM exchanges goodies on Twitter

    New Delhi [India]April 24 (ANI): Following their bilateral meeting earlier in the day, Secretary of State S Jaishankar held a series of friendly exchanges with his Philippine counterpart Teddy Locsin Jr. on Sunday. on Twitter with the visiting foreign minister who called the interaction one of the best conversations he had. “One of the best […]

  • Jaishankar shares Argentine FM’s “family connection” with India

    Jaishankar shares Argentine FM’s “family connection” with India

    New Delhi [India]April 24 (ANI): Foreign Minister S Jaishankar shared in a tweet on Sunday a “family connection” associating Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero with India. The Argentine FM’s grandfather Antonio Cafiero had signed a “Jute for Wheat” agreement with India as early as 1951. “Today, FM @SantiagoCafiero shared a family connection with India. His […]

  • Jaishankar meets Argentine FM before Raisina Dialogue

    Jaishankar meets Argentine FM before Raisina Dialogue

    New Delhi [India]April 24 (ANI): Foreign Minister Dr S Jaishankar met with Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero at Hyderabad House in Delhi on Sunday. The Argentine Foreign Minister is in the national capital to take part in the Raisina dialogue, which is scheduled for April 25-26. Today, Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama also arrived in […]

  • Nigerian FM Geoffrey Onyeama arrives in New Delhi before Raisina Dialogue

    Nigerian FM Geoffrey Onyeama arrives in New Delhi before Raisina Dialogue

    New Delhi [India]April 24 (ANI): Ahead of the Raisina Dialogue scheduled for April 25, Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama arrived in New Delhi on Sunday morning for an official visit. Onyeama will also participate in the Raisina Dialogue International Conference. On Twitter, Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi wrote, “Glad to welcome FM @GeoffreyOnyeama from Nigeria […]

  • Prime Minister Modi inaugurates Raisina Dialogue 2022 on April 25

    Prime Minister Modi inaugurates Raisina Dialogue 2022 on April 25

    New Delhi [India]April 21 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the seventh edition of the Raisina dialogue on April 25, Foreign Ministry (MEA) spokeswoman Arindam Bagchi said during the MEA’s weekly meeting on Thursday. The dialogue, which will take place over three days from 25 April to 27 April, will witness the participation of […]

  • The new LNG terminal could replace one third of Finland’s gas imports

    The new LNG terminal could replace one third of Finland’s gas imports

    Finland will open a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Hamina, which aims to reduce its dependence on gas imports from Russia. The first gas carriers will arrive in the summer, and the terminal is expected to be fully operational in October. "Gas reserves are being discovered all over the world at a rapid […]

  • Performance Review: Wagner’s ‘Die Walküre’ is frighteningly, indulgently epic

    Performance Review: Wagner’s ‘Die Walküre’ is frighteningly, indulgently epic

    After a break of almost ten years, the iconic work of the German opera legend Richard Wagner is back on Danish soil. ‘Die Walküre’ (The Valkyrie) – an episode from Wagner’s greatest work ‘Der Ring des Nibelungen’ (The Cycle of the Ring), based on the trials and tribulations of the Nordic gods and warring mortals […]

  • Anti-Russian sanctions include seizure of 512-foot superyacht

    Anti-Russian sanctions include seizure of 512-foot superyacht

    HAMBURG, Germany: German authorities have seized one of the world’s largest yachts, owned by Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov, as part of the European and American raids on Russian billionaires linked to Vladimir Putin. Usmanov’s specially built 512-foot yacht Dilbar was added in Hamburg, Germany, where it underwent a rebuilding job that began in October 2021. […]

  • The Russian attack will cause spikes in flight cancellations

    The Russian attack will cause spikes in flight cancellations

    The attack also triggered a collapse in the Russian outbound market. Destinations suffering the most from immediate cancellations 24-26. Cyprus (300%), Egypt (234%), Turkey (153%), the United Kingdom (153%), Armenia (200%) and the Maldives (165%). Prior to the outbreak of war, bookings for flights departing from Russia in March, April and May had returned to […]

  • Rogervik WORST EMPIRE of the Russian Empire

    Rogervik WORST EMPIRE of the Russian Empire

    Empress Elizabeth was the first Russian ruler to ban the death penalty. But during her reign, it was a punishment that was essentially the same as a death sentence – hard work for life in the construction of a Baltic port. The average life expectancy of a prisoner in Rogervik’s hard labor camp was less […]

  • EU, US will resume trade in oysters and mussels after 10-year dispute

    EU, US will resume trade in oysters and mussels after 10-year dispute

    BRUSSELS, Belgium: The European Union and the United States have settled a ten-year dispute and will resume trade in oysters, mussels, bivalve molluscs and scallops starting in late February. Trade in live shellfish has been stopped between the US and the EU since 2011 due to disagreement over statutory standards. “I warmly welcome this deal, […]

  • Korsbro: The Iron Fleet has the Social Democrat government in the spotlight

    Korsbro: The Iron Fleet has the Social Democrat government in the spotlight

    There is agreement among some ‘Game of Thrones’ fans that the turning point in the TV dramatization – from classic to crass – came when Euron Greyjoy asked Jamie Lannister with one hand if his sister likes a “finger in the butt” during sex. The question today is whether historians can conclude that the turning […]

  • Innovative X-ray shows COVID-19 can cause vascular damage to the heart: A study

    Innovative X-ray shows COVID-19 can cause vascular damage to the heart: A study

    Lung tissue damage has been the subject of research in this area for some time and has now been thoroughly investigated. The current study confirmed cardiac involvement in COVID-19 at the microscopic level for the first time by imaging and analyzing damaged tissue in three dimensions. The researchers photographed the tissue architecture in high resolution […]

  • The film Dýrið on the shortlist of potential candidates for the Oscars

    The film Dýrið on the shortlist of potential candidates for the Oscars

    A film by Icelandic director and screenwriter Valdimar Jóhansson, “Dýrið” (Lamb) was shortlisted for the Oscars in 2022. The film was selected as an Icelandic candidate for the Best International Feature Film award last October. Fifteen films from fifteen different countries are included in the shortlist that has already been announced. “Dýrið” is supernatural […] […]

  • Icelandic infrastructure under threat from vulnerabilities in computer systems

    Icelandic infrastructure under threat from vulnerabilities in computer systems

    Due to vulnerabilities found in many computer systems, Guðmundur Arnar Sigmundsson, head of department in CERT-IS’s cybersecurity team, says there is uncertainty about the security of Iceland’s infrastructure. It is not known if hackers managed to exploit these vulnerabilities, but it is known that they were looking for them. There must be an effective level […]

  • Sweden questions the plan for Europe’s new trade weapons

    Sweden questions the plan for Europe’s new trade weapons

    The EU has not yet revealed its new proposal for a trade tool against coercion to protect the bloc’s geopolitical interests, but it is already facing skepticism. The Swedish government said it was not convinced that the problem was big enough to justify the proposal in the first place, according to a newspaper describing its […]

  • “Hvunndagshetjur” – foreigners in Iceland

    “Hvunndagshetjur” – foreigners in Iceland

    “Hvunndagshetjur” is a new film by Magnea Björk Valdimarsdóttir. It tells the stories of four women of foreign origin living in Iceland. There are many plots in this movie that Icelanders might find eye-opening, and for many foreigners living in Iceland, they can be very close. One of the protagonists is Karolina, who comes from […]

  • Singapore reports 1,090 new cases of covid-19

    SINGAPORE, November 26 (Xinhua) – Singapore registered 1,090 new confirmed cases of covid-19 on Friday, bringing the total to 259,875, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said in a statement. Of the new cases, 1,064 were reported in the community and 22 in the dormitories of migrant workers, while four were imported cases. A total of […]

  • Early winter events: Exciting comedy evenings on Amager, classical ballets and Christmas events by the truck

    Early winter events: Exciting comedy evenings on Amager, classical ballets and Christmas events by the truck

    CPH English Comedy Night Dec. 4, 8 p.m .; Theater Play, Strandlodsvej 7, Cph S; 130kr, billetto.dk Headliner Tamer Kattan is an American comic book that is worth the entrance fee alone. Join Adrian Mackinder (yes, the columnist on page 11!) And support actors David Duff (Ireland), Julian Oakes (UK) and Rozarina Larsen (Malaysia) for […]

  • Russia resumes regular air services with Iran, the Netherlands, Thailand and six other countries

    Russia resumes regular air services with Iran, the Netherlands, Thailand and six other countries

    Moscow [Russia]November 9 (ANI / Sputnik): Russia resumed regular air traffic on Tuesday, suspended due to the covid-19 pandemic, with the Bahamas, Iran, the Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Slovenia, Tunisia, Sweden and Thailand. Moscow also lifted restrictions on air communications with Austria, Switzerland, Finland and the United Arab Emirates and increased the number of flights to […]

  • EU ministers are giving the green light to Finland’s Covid recovery plan

    EU ministers are giving the green light to Finland’s Covid recovery plan

    EU finance ministers approved Finland’s Covid recovery and resilience plan in a video conference on Thursday, which will give Finland its first share of the EU’s recovery package. The initial payment is 13 percent of the recovery fund pot, or approximately EUR 271 million. In total, Finland will receive an estimated EUR 2.1 billion from […]

  • The film Dýrið will be Iceland’s candidate for an Oscar in 2022

    The film Dýrið will be Iceland’s candidate for an Oscar in 2022

    As reported by RÚV, the Icelandic Film and Television Academy selected Dýrið as Iceland’s candidate for the Oscars in 2022. The film has already won two nominations and one award at Cannes and is already the highest-grossing Icelandic film to be shown in the United States. The film is directed by Valdimar Jóhannsson, who wrote […]

  • New ambassadors to Norway from Pakistan, Iraq, Maldives and Laos

    New ambassadors to Norway from Pakistan, Iraq, Maldives and Laos

    Four new ambassadors to Norway presented their credibility letters to His Majesty King Harald V on 15 October 2021. The four ambassadors are: Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, HE Mr Babar Amin Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq, HE Mr Ali Yassin Mohammed Karim Al-Rahmani Ambassador to the Republic of Maldives, HE Mr […]

  • The award-winning freestyle footballer seeks to inspire young Muslim women

    The award-winning freestyle footballer seeks to inspire young Muslim women

    Freestyle football skills of Helsinki residents Lubna Omar have attracted thousands of followers to social media, and the 18-year-old high school student hopes her success will inspire other Muslim women to follow their dreams. Freestyle football is a combination of football tricks, dance, acrobatics and music, and Omar’s effortless artistic mastery earned him a place […]

  • Cracks can be 150 meters deep

    Cracks can be 150 meters deep

    According to information from the Icelandic Meteorological Institute, the flow of water in the Skaftá River near Sveinstindur has been slowly declining in the last few hours. At 2:30 pm, the flow was measured at 412 cubic meters per second. These values ​​are high for this time of year. On movie sent by Valdimar Jóhann […]

  • Bulgaria maintains Ukraine’s sovereignty

    Bulgarian Foreign Minister Svetlan Stoev, who began a three-day visit to Ukraine on Monday, reaffirmed his country’s consistent support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders and expressed concern over the growing militarization of the Black Sea. The Bulgarian chief diplomat gave a speech at the inauguration of the international summit […]

  • More than 30 Irish embassies to mark Bloomsday 2021

    More than 30 Irish embassies to mark Bloomsday 2021

    More than 30 of Ireland’s embassies and consulates mark Bloomsday 2021 with various physical and virtual events in collaboration with local partners. “Based on Ireland’s innovations in digital diplomacy over the past year, our Bloomsday 2021 campaign is a global celebration of Joyce, as our diplomatic network mobilizes hundreds of different partnerships to provide inspiring […]

  • Business Round Up: Coastal floods and damage to property can disrupt the entire Danish financial system

    Business Round Up: Coastal floods and damage to property can disrupt the entire Danish financial system

    Danmarks Nationalbank is concerned that rising waters and soil erosion around Danish coasts will make coastal properties – which many use as collateral against bank loans – worthless. Flood risks already threaten around DKK 41 billion in loans, and Danmarks Nationalbank predicts that the figure could rise to DKK 198 billion at the end of […]

  • Three complaints about the government’s decision to quarantine hotels

    Three complaints about the government’s decision to quarantine hotels

    Today, an epidemiologist will apply to the District Court in Reykjavik to continue quarantine in hotels for people arriving from high-risk areas. According to Ómar R. Valdimarsson, a lawyer for a person who appealed against the government’s decision to place him in hotel quarantine upon arrival in Iceland, the case will be heard today. According […]

  • Living Faith: We are all donkeys sometimes!

    Living Faith: We are all donkeys sometimes!

    Have you ever felt an ass or been called one? No insult to this prominent readership, but I think we share some of this animal’s reputed stubbornness. We sometimes need a little coaxing, are occasionally tricked with the donkey work or dare I say it, notoriously behaving like a silly ass! The mark of the […]

  • Important message to the public in Björklinge, Skuttunge, Läby in Uppsala municipality, Uppsala county.

    Important message to the public in Björklinge, Skuttunge, Läby in Uppsala municipality, Uppsala county.

    Two men were sentenced last week to long prison terms for extremely serious drug offenses and extremely serious drug smuggling after helping to carry out a shipment of 388 kilos of cannabis all the way from San Pedro in southern Spain to Sweden. The case has become known as Operation Costa. And the special thing […]

  • Mix card to make you feel everything

    Mix card to make you feel everything

    The mind plays these strangely special easy, automatic hip-hop jams, kind of working in any situation. It’s kinda scary. Anyway, he just dropped his latest song ‘Astronauts’ at the end of February, which you can view in all streaming services. We sat down with him to discuss some of his favorite Icelandic songs. Apostasy – […]

  • Home tests may not be sold in Danish supermarkets

    Home tests may not be sold in Danish supermarkets

    But in Denmark, it is currently not legal to sell home tests because it requires that a test is CE marked for testing at home. This is stated by the Danish Medicines Agency in an email. – There are currently no covid-19 antigen fast tests on the Danish market, which are CE-marked as equipment for […]

  • A monument to the first black settler in Iceland will be built

    A monument to the first black settler in Iceland will be built

    As reported by mbl.is, the Icelandic government has approved state funding for the statue of Hans Jónatan, believed to be the first black man to settle in Iceland. Djúpivogur Múlaþing County has been allocated ISK 3 million ($ 24,000 / € 20,000) to purchase the work of Frelsi, i.e. “Freedom” by Sigurður Guðmundsson. The monument […]

  • From Iceland – Discussions about criminal groups can lead to prejudice against immigrants

    From Iceland – Discussions about criminal groups can lead to prejudice against immigrants

    In an interview with RÚV, Margrét Valdimarsdóttir, criminologist and lecturer at the University of Akureyri, said that discussions about criminal organizations will lead to increased contributions to the Icelandic police. She also believes that there is a risk that this will lead to increased prejudice against immigrants. When Margrét spoke to the news agency, she […]

  • From Iceland – Grapevine Music Awards 2021: You should have heard this

    From Iceland – Grapevine Music Awards 2021: You should have heard this

    At the Grapevine Music Awards 2021, there was a tie in the coveted category “You should have heard this”. Both of our winners – one theremin savant, the other large group on site – were so amazing that the panel decided not to even choose between them and instead give them both the applause they […]

  • Belgium gets new government

    Belgium gets new government

    In Belgium, a new government has finally been agreed – one year and four months after the elections in May last year. There will be a broad governing coalition under the name Vivaldi. After countless attempts with several different party constellations, there is now an agreement on a new government here in the notoriously difficult-to-govern […]

  • Yle finds that nearly 800 Finnish names on the Chinese watch list were copied from a US database

    Yle finds that nearly 800 Finnish names on the Chinese watch list were copied from a US database

    Yle has stated that the list of Finnish names found in the Chinese data leak corresponds to the list in the US database. 799 names were released among about 2.4 million others in mid-September as part of a massive international data leak. The list has been compiled by Zhenhua Data, which is affiliated with the […]

  • From Iceland – 400 Icelanders mentioned in Zhenhua data leak

    From Iceland – 400 Icelanders mentioned in Zhenhua data leak

    Of the millions of people who have had personal information compiled and stored by the Chinese technology company Zhenhua Data, a Chinese technology company with an announced connection to the Chinese secret service and army, includes about 400 Icelanders, The hour reports. Although the company pleaded not guilty, evidence of the data collection – including […]

  • Yle believes that the Chinese Watch List, which contains 799 Finnish names, was copied from a U.S. database

    Yle believes that the Chinese Watch List, which contains 799 Finnish names, was copied from a U.S. database

    Yle has stated that the list of Finnish names found in the Chinese data leak corresponds to the list in the US database. 799 names were released among about 2.4 million others in mid-September as part of a massive international data leak. The list has been compiled by Zhenhua Data, which is affiliated with the […]

  • From Iceland – All crew members of Valdimar GK analyzed with COVID-19

    From Iceland – All crew members of Valdimar GK analyzed with COVID-19

    All fourteen crew members in the liner Valdimar GK have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Jóhann K. Jóhannsson, communications director of the Civil Defense Department, confirmed the situation in a conversation with Fréttablaðið. The ship was landed in Njarðvík on Sunday morning after just over a day of fishing close to Hornafjörður. According to a report […]

  • Drunk actors receive a large Spanish film award for sharing

    Drunk actors receive a large Spanish film award for sharing

    It is not one, but four Danish actors, who this year are awarded the Silver Mussel Skull for best male actor at the San Sebastian Film Festival. It is the four main characters in the Danish comedy drama “Druk” – Mads Mikkelsen, Lars Ranthe, Thomas Bo Larsen and Magnus Millang – who receive the award […]

  • Umeå players testify about racist attacks during a football match

    Umeå players testify about racist attacks during a football match

    In yesterday’s football match in the Superettan between Umeå FC and Halmstad, Umeå player Deniz Yaldir was subjected to a racist attack, he told dPlay after the match. In the interview, he says that a Halmstad player called him a “fucking gypsy” and then followed up with “you heard right”. To The sports express says […]

  • The leak reveals 799 Finns on the Chinese watch list

    The leak reveals 799 Finns on the Chinese watch list

    An extra leak has revealed 779 Finnish names on a watch list that the technology company has been said to be in close contact with the Chinese government. Data leaked from Zhenhua Data, a Shenzhen-based technology company, revealed a database that originally contained the personal information of 2.4 million influential people, a private citizen, and […]

  • Business Round-Up: Corona-hit economy shrinks less than first feared

    Business Round-Up: Corona-hit economy shrinks less than first feared

    Denmark’s GDP fell by 6.9 per cent in the second quarter of 2020, which was 0.5 percentage points less than previously expected, according to Statistics Denmark. The decline still represents the largest quarterly decline since the early 1990s, but it signals at least more encouraging prospects for the rest of the year. Strong recovery The […]

  • Man killed mother of five with knife and hammer in Sønderborg

    A 54-year-old woman was found dead by Netto and Aldi at Grundtvigs Plads in Sønderborg on the afternoon of 5 February. The woman’s neck had been cut across, she had been stabbed with a knife in the chest and had received several blows to the head with a hammer. On Tuesday, the woman’s ex-husband – […]

  • Ibrahimovic returns to Milan with extension of contract

    Ibrahimovic returns to Milan with extension of contract

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic, back in Italy to sign a contract extension with AC Milan, said he intends to “help the club get back to where it deserves to be”, in a video released on Sunday. The video, published on the AC Milan website titled “Iz Back”, started with a small plane that landed at the city’s […]

  • How to stay calm in the second wave

    How to stay calm in the second wave

    So how do you stay calm in the slow motion of the second wave of COVID-19? To be honest, we have no idea, but that did not stop us from writing this guide. Whatever the solution – good food, slapstick comedy and aggressive metal can not hurt. Photo Art Bicnick Denial: Escapism & Food If […]