Tag: Latin

  • The Supreme Court rules in favor of the newspaper in the Little Mermaid copyright case

    For once, a court has sentenced the heirs of the sculptor who created The Little Mermaid, denying them another payday. Use of the statue’s likeness is strictly prohibited in the media, unless it is a story directly relating to the statue created by Edvard Eriksen in 1913. Many have made the mistake of including it […]

  • A Finnish-Thai couple is suspected of copulating in six Finnish cities for more than a decade

    A Finnish-Thai couple is suspected of copulating in six Finnish cities for more than a decade

    Two people in their 60s are suspected of actions acquired through Thai massage parlors since 2014.

  • Beloved children’s TV character takes hiatus after vicious social media barrage

    Delighting … most … people since 2012Since Onkel Reje first appeared on screens back in 2012, he has entertained with a series of memorable tunes relating to things like farts, smelly socks, itchy bumgoblins and don’t want to take a bath. He is not averse to using mild profanity at times. “Damn!” are among his […]

  • Therefore, the violence and protests in Israel are escalating

    Therefore, the violence and protests in Israel are escalating

    Middle East Correspondent Cecilia Uddén tells about a dramatic week in Israel with violence, terrorist acts and protests. The country’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is now under pressure from several sides at the same time. On the one hand, the violence is increasing, at the same time thousands of Israelis continue to demonstrate against the […]

  • This is how boys are radicalized to attack Swedish schools

    This is how boys are radicalized to attack Swedish schools

    P4 Malmöhus reporter Isak Santesson tells about three school attacks in Scania and how it happens when young guys become radicalized online. The most serious attack so far was when two teachers were killed by a student at Malmö Latin School. The news podcast Today’s Eco brings you a story every weekday morning with host […]

  • Suspect has been arrested for sending out fake bomb alerts

    Suspect has been arrested for sending out fake bomb alerts

    Yesterday at Keflavik Airport, police arrested a man suspected of being responsible for circulating bomb threats. Bomb threat messages were sent to several institutions in Reykjanesbær. Employees at Reykjanesbær City Hall were evacuated due to the threat, and threatening e-mails were also sent to several kindergartens. The chief of police says the man is […] […]

  • Courting the odds: Danish sports stars are suing the bookmaker giant

    Bookie pleads not guiltyThe players are represented by their respective unions: the Players Association, the Handball Players Association and the Danish Elite Sports Athletes Association. Eriksen demands the biggest salary of the bunch, a total of 1,450,000 kroner, followed by Kasper Schmeichel (500,000), his father Peter and Pernille Harder (both 350,000). Apart from one case, […]

  • Lise Tamm – outspoken chief prosecutor against gang violence

    Lise Tamm – outspoken chief prosecutor against gang violence

    Lise Tamm is not a cautious general but a controversial prosecutor who says what she thinks, which irritated both managers and ministers during the years when she was head of RIO, the National Unit against International and Organized Crime. But last year Lise Tamm left Sweden for the top job as prosecutor at the International […]

  • Social media helps speed up stem cell donor registrations

    A surprising answerWhen the patient shared a post on Facebook encouraging people to sign up as stem cell donors, the response was overwhelming. The laboratory stated that while they typically see around 20 new registrations daily, last Friday there were around 1,500 new registrations in Eastern Denmark alone. After a global search among more than […]

  • The silver heart on the female skeleton

    The silver heart on the female skeleton

    In 1916, a female skeleton was dug up under the floor of a medieval church in the Gamlestaden district in Gothenburg. Contrary to the usual Christian tradition, the woman had received a grave gift in the form of a silver heart on her chest. The find, and the mystery surrounding it, has been dedicated to […]

  • Støjberg sentenced to two months in prison after being found guilty in the Supreme Court

    Støjberg sentenced to two months in prison after being found guilty in the Supreme Court

    Inger Støjberg, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Integration, was visibly shocked when she was sentenced to 60 days in prison a few moments ago. The Supreme Court found her guilty of violating the Ministerial Responsibility Act when in 2016 she ruled that minors should not be allowed to stay in asylum centers with […]

  • Two people are charged with violence against police after football riots

    The riots broke out as fan groups both before and after the match tried to get up to fight. The police intervened, but several times the groups still managed to get together. On Monday, the police state that five people have so far been charged with offenses before, during and after the local showdown. Two […]

  • Four receive corona fines for participating in street races

    Police trooped up and charged far more than 200 people for violating the assembly ban. At that time, a maximum of 50 had to be assembled. The cases against the four were picked out and raised in court as trial cases. In the city court in Esbjerg, the three men were each fined 2,500 kroner. […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – how to calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 0.7, it means according to the calculation that […]

  • The dream of another life

    The dream of another life

    – I usually dream of sitting in the shed, says Linn who can get very tired of all the decisions that have to be made daily. The dreams can come in situations when she wishes she could be left alone. There are many different types of daydreams: the perfectionist, the narcissistic, the compensatory and of […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – how to calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 0.7, it means according to the calculation that […]

  • Researchers must withdraw media-covered articles after mistakes

    The fact that the article is now being withdrawn is due to the researchers having made mistakes in the use of data, says Professor MFO Mikkel Jarle Christensen, who is one of the researchers behind it. – Data concerns charges and not charges, which the article is otherwise built on. Although accusations in the nature […]

  • Authorities confirm: Mothers and children evacuated from Syria

    The National Board of Health and Welfare now confirms that three mothers and 14 children have been evacuated from Syria. It landed at about three o’clock last night at Karup Airport, the agency informs in a press release. The three mothers were arrested by Danish police on arrival in Denmark. They are charged with violating […]

  • The police are looking for a photo of a grooming man at an art museum

    Police on Wednesday chose to publish photos of a man aged 40-50 years. He is suspected of having groped a woman during an art installation at the art museum Heart in Herning. The art installation took place on September 4th. An artist from New York, Spencer Tunick, had gathered 200 naked men and women standing […]

  • Case of hash findings to go around after new DNA check

    Case of hash findings to go around after new DNA check

    – This is on the basis of an overall assessment – including that the DNA trace was incorrect and already weak. And that the convict had denied guilt in the relationship. – This means that the case must now go to the Western High Court, as far as those matters are concerned, the lawyer says. […]

  • Report: Current payments are not enough to cover future pensions

    Report: Current payments are not enough to cover future pensions

    The Finnish pension system is working well, but it has not yet been funded sustainably. This is the conclusion of a Danish professor’s new report on Finnish pensions Torben M. Andersen, compiled by the Finnish Center for Pensions. According to the report, the system is currently effective in preventing old-age poverty and providing retirees with […]

  • Police: No investigation into MP’s “social care surfers” comments

    Police: No investigation into MP’s “social care surfers” comments

    The Ostrobothnian police have closed the investigation based on the comments Juha Pylväs on insufficient legal grounds to suspect a member of the Center Party for violating the law. During a speech at the party’s summer congress in the city of Seinäjoki on August 25, Pylväs invited asylum seekers "surfers living on social welfare." The […]

  • Micro habits – small steps towards sustainable change

    Micro habits – small steps towards sustainable change

    This is in contrast to the more extreme health trends of recent years, which on the one hand can give quick results, but involve habits that are difficult to maintain in the long run. By the small habits, some people mean that you create sustainable habits, without making much effort. The American social scientist and […]

  • DF politician convicted of sharing tweet about violence case

    In July 2020, Erik Høgh-Sørensen retweeted a tweet from the twitter profile @friedanske, which dealt with a case of violence from Sønderborg that was much talked about in the media. The case of violence arose from a video that abounded on the Internet. Here, a 14-year-old boy was seen being subjected to violence. The boy […]

  • 361: The President is a real brother

    361: The President is a real brother

    The government is struggling with a record number of shootings, an escalating cement crisis and returning IS women. How does the opposition take advantage of the situation and what do the voters really care about? In addition, about the celebrities’ entry into national politics. Can Martin Melin and Dominika Peczynski save the Liberals’ opinion figures? […]

  • MTV VMAs 2021 gives more stars to the performance lineup

    MTV VMAs 2021 gives more stars to the performance lineup

    Washington [US]September 8 (ANI): The upcoming MTV Video Music Awards will be packed with performances! According to People magazine, MTV on Tuesday announced several additions to the VMAs lineup: The Kid LAROI, Jack Harlow, Ozuna and Tainy. Harlow will be on stage with Lil Nas X for ‘Industry Baby’, while Tainy will be with Shawn […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – how to calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 0.7, it means according to the calculation that […]

  • We don’t want to be surprised by Askja

    We don’t want to be surprised by Askja

    The rise of the ground near Askja indicates that magma is accumulating beneath it. Freysteinn Sigmundsson, a geophysicist at the University of Iceland, says the process is just beginning. This explains the change in the behavior of the volcano, which has been quiet for the last 40 years. Öskjuvatn / photo: Iceland News / Tom […]

  • We don’t want to be surprised by Askja

    We don’t want to be surprised by Askja

    The rise of the ground near Askja indicates that magma is accumulating beneath it. Freysteinn Sigmundsson, a geophysicist at the University of Iceland, says the process is just beginning. This explains the change in the behavior of the volcano, which has been quiet for the last 40 years. Öskjuvatn / photo: Iceland News / Tom […]

  • Interfax: Alexei Navalny’s spokesman escapes from Russia to Helsinki

    Interfax: Alexei Navalny’s spokesman escapes from Russia to Helsinki

    Spokesman for the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalnyi has left Russia for the Finnish capital Helsinki, says Interfax. Kira Jarmusch was convicted of violating Covid rules and sentenced to house arrest in mid-August. That would have meant that he would not have been able to leave the Moscow region if he had lost the pending […]

  • FACTS: The criminal case against Rasmus Paludan

    * In addition, he was convicted of violating the Traffic Act and the Data Protection Act. And for having violated a woman’s honor. * The Eastern High Court has acquitted in one case of racism. * Both courts have refused to rule on an episode in Sorø. Here he should have ruthlessly put a person […]

  • Reykjavik Jazz Festival

    Reykjavik Jazz Festival

    The Reykjavík Jazz Festival started yesterday and will run until September 4. This annual festival is Iceland’s second longest running music festival (the first was held in 1990). It hosts performances in a variety of styles, from contemporary and avant-garde jazz to Latin jazz, gospel and big band performances. A total of 39 concerts are […]

  • Kofod: About 60 people from the Danish list are in Afghanistan

    The list consists of Danish citizens and persons legally resident in Denmark. Jeppe Kofod and Minister of Defense Trine Bramsen (S) say that Denmark has evacuated a total of about 850 people from Afghanistan, who were recently taken over by the militant Islamist movement Taliban. Trine Bramsen says that there will only be a few […]

  • The 23-year-old arrived by evacuation plane and broke the entry ban

    Here he refused to rule on the charge of violating the entry ban. In return, he explained that he had come to Denmark from Afghanistan “to bring himself to safety”. He also explained that he still has family in Denmark. The 23-year-old was sentenced to almost four years in prison for possessing a firearm. He […]

  • Study of the impact of lava on underground infrastructure

    Study of the impact of lava on underground infrastructure

    According to mbl.is, in the Nátthagi valley, near the Fagradalsfjall eruption site, a trench was dug into which pipes were installed and various insulating and filling materials were laid to assess the impact of flowing lava on these installations. The works were carried out by the energy company Landsnet. In addition to Landsnet, project participants […]

  • Exercise modulates iron in Alzheimer’s disease

    Exercise modulates iron in Alzheimer’s disease

    Disorders of cerebral iron metabolism and iron accumulation are known to be associated with aging and AD, although the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. It is known that iron load and inflammation regulate the synthesis of heptidine, the major iron regulatory protein. In particular, the inflammatory modulating cytokine interleukin-6 (IL-6), which is also known to modulate […]

  • Supervision notifies the agency for IT errors at the exit center

    The Danish Data Protection Agency reports the Danish Immigration Service to the police and sets the agency a fine of DKK 150,000. This is stated by the Danish Data Protection Agency on its website. The case dates back to the summer of 2020. Here it emerged that a possible logging error in an IT system […]

  • High Court affirms: Must not pay corona fines

    High Court affirms: Must not pay corona fines

    It is stated that three people will not have to pay fines for violating a residence ban in April last year that was imposed on Islands Brygge in Copenhagen to prevent infection with coronavirus. On Tuesday, the Eastern High Court upheld the district court’s decision that the three must be acquitted of paying the fines, […]

  • Man from the Armed Forces jailed for four weeks for taking hand grenade

    The Audit Corps conducts, among other things, criminal cases of military personnel violating the law when it has taken place in the service. The judge ruled that the 20-year-old man should be remanded in custody for four weeks and was thus in line with the auditor corps. The man is accused of taking the hand […]

  • Messerschmidt’s assistant: – I was just a messenger

    It is the document that has triggered an indictment for forgery against both Morten Messerschmidt and his former assistant. According to the indictment, Morten Messerschmidt and Søren Peter Jensen caused the document to be made and subsequently used to obtain support from the EU. In the Court in Lyngby, two interrogations of Søren Peter Jensen […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The number of contacts is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation […]

  • Father charged with abusing daughter from she was baby

    Father charged with abusing daughter from she was baby

    Many of the allegations are that the man allegedly raped and abused his biological daughter from the time she was an infant until she was seven years old. – The case is unusually serious, says special prosecutor Birgitte Ernst. It is not only the daughter he is accused of violating. According to the indictment, he […]

  • The top politician is on trial – the committee colleague did not stop the Facebook post

    The top politician is on trial – the committee colleague did not stop the Facebook post

    On Wednesday, the chairman of the social committee in Kalmar municipality, Roger Holmberg (S) will be brought to justice. He is suspected of violating the duty of confidentiality. It was after criticism of the municipality’s social services that Holmberg commented on the information in a Facebook group with around 15,000 members. The purpose, according to […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The number of contacts is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation […]

  • Aung San Suu Kyi in court for the first time since the military coup

    Aung San Suu Kyi in court for the first time since the military coup

    Myanmar’s deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi has appeared in court for the first time since the February 1 military coup. During the hearing, Suu Kyi said her NLD party will remain as long as the people remain. Suu Kyi, 75, is one of more than 4,000 people detained since the coup. The military regime […]

  • Collin: “Everyone had high levels of heavy metals in their urine”

    Collin: “Everyone had high levels of heavy metals in their urine”

    The UN Human Rights Council sharply criticizes Sweden and the metal company Boliden. This is about the toxic mine fall that the company transported to northern Chile in the mid-80s and which is said to have caused serious health problems for the local population. Swedish Radio’s former Latin America correspondent Lotten Collin has met several […]

  • Parents denied police access to son after traffic accident

    Parents denied police access to son after traffic accident

    The father of the 19-year-old man is accused of obstructing the police in the execution of the work. The mother is also charged with violating the penal code. She must have given an officer a fist blow, says duty officer Erik Lindholdt. The law enforcement’s visit to the family is due to a serious traffic […]

  • Renowned Copenhagen priest accused of abusive behavior

    Renowned Copenhagen priest accused of abusive behavior

    A well-known Copenhagen parish priest has gone on leave after a complaint submitted by several women about abusive behavior. It writes Kristeligt Dagblad, which is in possession of the complaint. Among other things, See and Hear and BT have previously described the complaint. The complaint is based on five women’s experiences with the pastor. The […]

  • Gross anti-Semitic statements on social media in the wake of the conflict

    Gross anti-Semitic statements on social media in the wake of the conflict

    In the wake of the escalating conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, gross anti-Semitic statements are reported on social media, including in the new Clubhouse, says Svante Weyler, chair of the Swedish Committee against Anti-Semitism In several cities in Europe, open anti-Semitic demonstrations have taken place, such as in London where a car convoy drove […]

  • EU shows disagreement over Gaza – could not agree on demands for ceasefire

    EU shows disagreement over Gaza – could not agree on demands for ceasefire

    Stopping the violence urges the EU foreign minister to Hamas and Israel after last week’s escalating violence. But the statement lacks weight because one country, Hungary, blocked a joint statement. “The EU’s influence and opportunity to play a global role has diminished as there is less agreement,” said Foreign Minister Ann Linde.

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The number of contacts is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation […]

  • Amazon wants to buy MGM

    Amazon wants to buy MGM

    Amazon for talks to buy the classic American film company MGM. This is stated by industry sources to the magazine Variety. Recently, rumors have been circulating that several tech giants have shown interest in MGM, since it became known in December that the long-standing film company was for sale. MGM’s current owner is said to […]

  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against traveling to Israel due to unrest

    An escalating conflict between Israel and militant Palestinians in Gaza is now causing the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to tighten travel guidelines to the areas. Thus, all unnecessary travel is discouraged due to the security situation to Israel and the West Bank. It writes the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Citizen Service on Twitter. In […]

  • Increased pressure on Biden to act in the Israel-Hamas conflict

    Increased pressure on Biden to act in the Israel-Hamas conflict

    In the United States, pressure is mounting on President Joe Biden to act on the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas. The issue of the Israel strategy divides the Democrats. Congressman Rashida Tlaib is one of the Democrats who criticizes Biden, and wants the United States to condition its support for Israel. But a majority […]

  • Concerns: Violence between civilians risks tearing the country apart

    Concerns: Violence between civilians risks tearing the country apart

    Violence in Israel and Gaza continues, with at least 122 people killed in Gaza, including 31 children. At the same time, eight people have been killed in Israel, including two children. In several cities, there are also reports of hooligan attacks and entire neighborhoods being harassed. Israeli analysts are concerned about the escalating violence between […]

  • The fighting in Israel is escalating – the death toll is rising

    The fighting in Israel is escalating – the death toll is rising

    Israel and Hamas have escalated the fighting further during the night and there seems to be no solution. The death toll on the Palestinian side has risen to 35 and on the Israeli side 5 have been killed Hamas rocket rain has caused explosions in Tel Aviv and Israeli leaders have said they will expand […]

  • They took a boat to a military shelter

    They took a boat to a military shelter

    A man in his 50s was arrested when he entered a military protection area in Bålsta in Håbo municipality on Sunday. He was arrested on the spot by military personnel, he is suspected of violating the protection law, which can result in up to two years in prison. This was Aftonbladet first with telling.

  • One arrested and several charged at the Men in Black demo in Aalborg

    Four people have been charged at a Men in Black demonstration in Aalborg for violating the Fireworks Act on Saturday night. Among them is a 26-year-old man who the police have arrested for violating both the Fireworks Act, the Firearms Act and the Narcotics Act. The North Jutland Police writes in a press release. The […]

  • Young people’s play with rifles during a party makes the police move out

    Young people’s play with rifles during a party makes the police move out

    On Friday at 20.32, the police received several reports that some people had been observed shooting from a terrace and along the road on Gøngehusvej in Vedbæk. – It is clear that when we get more reviews that there are some who shoot with something that looks like a shotgun, we take our reservations and […]

  • Influenced man drove by E4 – had 50 kilos of dynamite in the load

    Influenced man drove by E4 – had 50 kilos of dynamite in the load

    With just over 50 kilos of dynamite in the load, a man from Kinda drove off the E4 at Nyköping. He has now been sentenced by Nyköping District Court to three years in prison for violating the law on flammable and explosive goods, aggravated drunk driving and minor drug offenses. The man was on his […]

  • Woman acquitted of violence – sprayed water on employees of DSB

    Here, the woman was found guilty of violating a provision of the Penal Code on violence against public servants. The two victims in the case, who are train auditors, were only hit on their uniforms and not in the face, and there was a limited amount of water involved. The incident took place one summer […]

  • Young man avoids fine of 53 million after typing error

    – The case has ended with a fine in the order of 5000 kroner, the man’s lawyer, lawyer Berit Ernst, informs. It was back in 2016 that the mistake was made. The man had just started his one-man business and was due to have DKK 53,000 back in VAT from Skat. But something went wrong […]

  • FACTS: The number of contacts – how to calculate it

    * The number of contacts is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation […]

  • Cuban artist hospitalized after hunger strike

    Cuban artist hospitalized after hunger strike

    This weekend, Cuban artist and activist Luís Manuel Otero Alcántara was hospitalized after going on hunger strike for eight days. He leads the San Isidro movement in Cuba, which works for freedom of expression. The strike comes after he was detained after protesting against restrictions on freedom of expression and police harassment in Cuba. “The […]

  • New report maps global climate footprint from Danish consumption

    In fact, total emissions from imported goods and services have increased since 1990. The year 1990 is often used when talking about targets for lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Emissions from 1990, for example, must be reduced by 70 per cent as a result of the Danish Climate Act. The climate objective does not include emissions […]

  • Drivers charged with cheating with driver’s license: May end up behind bars

    Southeast Jutland Police believe that four drivers – including a haulier – must have a prison sentence for cheating with a driver’s license and violating the rest time rules repeatedly. In a case with a total of 738 violations, a Funen haulage company, the haulier and three drivers are thus charged, special prosecutor Pernille Moesborg […]

  • Judgment against Navalny is upheld – fined 850,000 rubles

    Judgment against Navalny is upheld – fined 850,000 rubles

    A court in Moscow today decided to uphold an earlier verdict against Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny. He is sentenced to a fine of 850,000 rubles, equivalent to almost 100,000 Swedish kronor, for slandering a war veteran from World War II. Navalny denies any wrongdoing. In February, the opposition politician was sentenced to 2.5 years […]

  • Clean Games participates in Tampere’s European Capital of Culture program

    Clean Games participates in Tampere’s European Capital of Culture program

    According to the main theme of “equal Europe”, they contribute to the “equal status of nature”. The games are held in cooperation with Pirkanmaa’s youth organizations. Clean Games implements a comprehensive training program for local activists to teach them methodology and practical tips. The project team also provides expert support and access to the IT […]

  • Johnson is being pressured around apartment renovations

    Johnson is being pressured around apartment renovations

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson is accused of violating government rules in connection with the renovation of the Prime Minister’s official apartment. The accusations are that Johnson allegedly asked rich party sympathizers to help pay for the renovation, something that could be a violation of the government’s ethical rules, including the accusations from the former top […]

  • The demand from eleven countries: The EU should not get involved

    The demand from eleven countries: The EU should not get involved

    Sweden and ten other EU countries are now doing something in common ahead of the EU’s social summit in early May and demand that the EU not get involved in issues relating to the labor market and social security systems. According to the European Commission, it has, among other things, proposed minimum wages that Sweden […]

  • Prison sentence becomes a stumbling block for Danish citizenship

    The agreement has been reached between the government, the Left, the Conservatives and the Liberal Alliance. – We’ll have to draw a line in the sand. People who have received prison sentences must not have Danish citizenship, says Minister of Foreign Affairs and Integration Mattias Tesfaye (S) in a press release. Previously, persons who have […]

  • Hundreds of young people had a party – suspected of violating corona rules

    Hundreds of young people had a party – suspected of violating corona rules

    The police have written a report of a violation of the law of order after about a hundred young people on Saturday afternoon have gathered and partyed at Ladängen on Frösön. The police do not currently know who arranged the gathering, which due to its size violated the restrictions that apply due to the corona […]

  • Government is against direct TV images from case against Støjberg

    She is charged in the only sixth national court case in Danish history and will let the media transmit audio and video directly from the interrogations. But it rejects the government. – When the government can not support the bill, it is because the bill in my opinion gives rise to serious and principled concerns, […]

  • Padel – the serious game?

    Padel – the serious game?

    The importance of play is important to people, but where is the limit? When does the game end and the seriousness comes in? If one is to believe the Dutch cultural history Johan Huizinga, it is when the game fulfills a purpose that is outside the game itself. When play takes on a meaning outside […]

  • Aarhus will have visitation zones in Gellerupparken and Trillegården

    Aarhus will have visitation zones in Gellerupparken and Trillegården

    A flare-up of criminal conflicts in western Aarhus is now causing the East Jutland Police to introduce visitation zones in four areas. The East Jutland Police writes in a press release. On Friday at 20.00, visitation zones will be established in Gellerupparken, Toveshøj, Trillegården and Herredsvang. All districts are located in western Aarhus. The reason […]

  • Man and woman arrested for violence against child of one and a half years

    Man and woman arrested for violence against child of one and a half years

    The child is one and a half years old. On Friday last week, it was admitted to Odense University Hospital with a fracture. Since then, Vejen Municipality has reported the case to the police, and it has resulted in the arrest of the two. The police do not state what the woman’s and man’s relationship […]

  • Mother and boyfriend jailed for violence against child of one and a half years

    Mother and boyfriend jailed for violence against child of one and a half years

    The child is one and a half years old. On Friday last week, it was admitted to Odense University Hospital with a fracture. Since then, Vejen Municipality has reported the case to the police, and it has resulted in the arrest of the two. The woman and the man are charged with violating the Penal […]

  • FACTS: There are three exiled Iranians charged with

    FACTS: There are three exiled Iranians charged with

    Here are the sections of the Penal Code that they are accused of violating: * Paragraph 114b: With imprisonment for up to ten years, it is punished as 1) directly or indirectly provides financial support to, Directly or indirectly provides or collects funds for or 3) directly or indirectly makes available money, other assets or […]

  • Positive lightning test must be confirmed by PCR test before students are sent home

    Positive lightning test must be confirmed by PCR test before students are sent home

    If a lightning test detects a corona case in schools and educations, it is no longer recommended to isolate the entire infected class immediately. Instead, a more reliable PCR test should ensure that the infected person is infected at all. This is stated by the National Board of Health in a press release. With the […]

  • Biden appeals to Putin for downsizing in Ukraine

    Biden appeals to Putin for downsizing in Ukraine

    In a telephone conversation between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin today, both parties are said to have expressed a desire to establish a dialogue between the countries on global security. Biden is also said to have expressed concern about the escalating conflict in Ukraine and appealed to Putin to de-escalate the […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation that […]

  • Brightening for jobs but more long-term unemployed

    Brightening for jobs but more long-term unemployed

    At the end of March, 440,000 people were unemployed, which corresponds to an unemployment level of 8.4 per cent, according to the Swedish Public Employment Service’s way of calculating. The number of enrollees has decreased recently, but those who have been without a job for a year or more have continued to increase and now […]

  • Denmark provides support to Ukraine in ongoing conflict with Russia

    Denmark provides support to Ukraine in ongoing conflict with Russia

    Calls for more EU actionKofod said Russia’s recent military build – up at the Ukrainian border was a deep concern, as were the escalating reports of violence in the Donbas border area. According to the Foreign Minister, Russia should take responsibility for the conflict – now for seven years – and take steps to alleviate […]

  • Solberg is fined for violating coronary restrictions

    Solberg is fined for violating coronary restrictions

    She will be fined 20,000 Norwegian kroner, the police announced at a press conference. The investigation had been initiated against Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, after information in the media that she had violated the country’s infection control restrictions. Solberg and her family gathered for dinner two nights in a row during a holiday, and […]

  • Maori overrepresented by pandemic law convicts

    Maori overrepresented by pandemic law convicts

    In New Zealand, hundreds of people have been convicted of violating the country’s pandemic law. An unusually large number of those convicted belong to the country’s indigenous Maori. Since the law was introduced, nearly 7,600 violations have been reported and more than 450 people have been convicted of violating pandemic restrictions. The majority of those […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation that […]

  • Controversy over corona fines moves into West Jutland’s handball hall

    Controversy over corona fines moves into West Jutland’s handball hall

    Normally, this type is assessed with a fine of 2500 kroner. But the police demand a sharpened fine of 4000 kroner for 41 of the participants. Four of the participants were, according to the police, organizers of the party and face a fine of 5000 kroner each. But the participants refuse to pay the fine, […]

  • Police seize Audi for speeding under new law

    An Audi 3 has been seized by the South and Southern Jutland Police in accordance with the new rules on “crazy driving”, which came into force this week. – One of our patrols is overtaken by a motorist on the Esbjerg motorway shortly before 2.00 last night and measures it at 207 kilometers per hour, […]

  • Unemployment in February will rise by 35,000 from the previous year

    Unemployment in February will rise by 35,000 from the previous year

    The number of unemployed in Finland increased by 35,000 in February compared to the corresponding month of the previous year, according to Statistics Finland’s Labor Force Survey. The figures revealed that the total number of unemployed was 220,000, up from 185,000 in February 2020. The unemployment rate was 8.1 in February, up from 6.9 a […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, it means according to the calculation that […]

  • Should have had the engine running for too long – now Adam is being brought to justice

    Should have had the engine running for too long – now Adam is being brought to justice

    Salabon Adam was reported to the police in January this year for having had the car idling for more than a minute. After denying his criminal injunction, he is now charged with violating the Environmental Code. “Hopefully they put it down, because it’s a pathetic cure to give,” he says.

  • Sara’s husband was not believed – died after a brain haemorrhage: “They said he was playing”

    Sara’s husband was not believed – died after a brain haemorrhage: “They said he was playing”

    When Sara’s husband, who was himself a doctor, suffered a cerebral haemorrhage, the paramedics thought he was simulating, calling it cultural fainting. The case is currently pending in Gothenburg District Court if the Västra Götaland region has discriminated against the man – something the region says has not happened. “Our appearance had a greater effect […]

  • FACTS: The contact number – this is how you calculate it

    * The contact number is an average of the number of people to whom an infected person is estimated to transmit the infection. * The contact number does not say anything about how many infected people there are in the population. * If the contact number is 1.1, this means according to the calculation that […]

  • 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.

    The highest mortality in the world, 44 million more poor last year and a foreign debt that can double to the equivalent of 80 percent of gross national income, the gloomy figures read. Schools in Latin America have been closed for an average of 158 days, which is well above the world average of 95 […]

  • 44 accused of partying – courtroom becomes a handball arena

    44 people are accused of violating the assembly ban in connection with a “dance party”. It writes Dagbladet Holstebro. But since everyone denies guilt and thus will not voluntarily pay a fine, the case has to be taken to court. The 44 defendants maintain that the “dance party” took place on a private property and […]

  • 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.

    The European Agency for Communicable Disease Control, ECDC, is concerned about the spread of infection and the mutations circulating in the EU. Now the British variant is available in all EU countries and because it is more contagious and it will lead to a more strained healthcare throughout the EU. Bruno Ciancio, who is head […]

  • 30,000 turkeys and ducks are killed after bird flu was found

    30,000 turkeys and ducks are killed after bird flu was found

    Two more poultry herds were found infected with the contagious bird flu of the H5N8 type on Wednesday. This is stated by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration in a press release. These are a herd with 27,600 turkeys in Sønderupsønder between Slagelse and Skælskør on West Zealand and a herd with 2200 gray ducks […]

  • Merkel’s party loses in the polls

    Merkel’s party loses in the polls

    In Germany, it looks like Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party, the Christian Democrats in the CDU, are heading for big losses in today’s two important state elections. In Baden-Württemberg, there are many indications that the CDU is making its worst choice in modern times, with around 23 percent of the vote, while the winner De Gröna […]

  • Police charge nine young men for illegal computer hacking at DTU

    Police charge nine young men for illegal computer hacking at DTU

    Claus Stoltenberg, head of security at Copenhagen’s Vestegn Police, says this early Sunday morning. The police received the report on Sunday at 02.04. – There is a guard on site who finds that several people have found themselves in DTU’s premises. He fears, of course, that they are in the process of committing burglary, says […]

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