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  • Finland retained the title of the happiest country for the sixth year in a row

    Finland retained the title of the happiest country for the sixth year in a row

    After Finland, Denmark and Iceland are in the top three, and Israel and the Netherlands are in the top five. Other countries in the top ten are Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Luxembourg and New Zealand. Germany fell two places from last year to 16th place, while the US, UK and France ranked 15th, 19th and 21st […]

  • Denmark is the second happiest country in the world – report

    Happiest is a branch in Denmark. Hardly a day goes by without another headline referring to the Danes as the world’s happiest people. Meik Wiking is one of several writers who have made a career out of it. Not only has he written several bestselling books about the secret behind the Danes’ happiness, he is […]

  • Mia Khalifa – The Repentant Porn Star

    Mia Khalifa – The Repentant Porn Star

    Mia Khalifa (born 1993) is an influencer, webcam model and former porn star Shortly after her family leaves conflict-torn Lebanon for the United States, the 9/11 attacks occur. The terrorist attack will be the start of a period of increased xenophobia and mistrust towards people with roots in the Middle East. For young Mia Khalifa, […]

  • Icelandic earthquake experts will fly to Turkey

    Icelandic earthquake experts will fly to Turkey

    Iceland’s ICE-SAR rescue teams will send a group of experts to Turkey to help with the earthquakes that hit the country yesterday morning. Two quakes reached magnitude 7. The effects of the earthquakes affected Turkey and several other countries. The death toll has already exceeded 5,100. Syria, Cyprus, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, […] The article Icelandic […]

  • 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,” […]

  • More non-Western foreigners find work

    More non-Western foreigners find work

    Thai women get stuck in!There is also a significant difference when comparing the employment rates of non-Western foreigners and their origins. For example, immigrants from Thailand (80.8 percent), India (75.0), and China (72.7) had significantly higher employment rates than immigrants from Lebanon (45.3 percent), Iraq (50.3), and Syria (52 ,1). But Syrian immigrants impressed with […]

  • The BIAT 22 edition connected dozens of investors with Italian startups

    The BIAT 22 edition connected dozens of investors with Italian startups

    The three-day event consists of networking and panels, but most of the time is reserved for the most important thing, which is meeting startups and investors one-on-one, in two pre-arranged and organized “speed dating” rotation sessions. every day. The projects presented this year were from the Green Economy, ICT, Bio & Health Tech, Robotics and […]

  • Alone in the face of cancer: Immigration sensitively rejects caring son’s visa application

    Alone in the face of cancer: Immigration sensitively rejects caring son’s visa application

    A woman with limited vision has been denied visitation by her children as she battles life-threatening cervical cancer. Based overseas, they may be denied a chance to see their mother before it’s too late. Spread to lymph nodesSamia Farhat, who is in her 50s, moved to Denmark in 2013 from Lebanon. She was diagnosed with […]

  • Correspondent Agneta Ramberg in civil war Lebanon 1982

    Correspondent Agneta Ramberg in civil war Lebanon 1982

    32 years old and new Middle Eastern correspondent for SR: now Agneta Ramberg must tackle the incomprehensible civil war. One night in September, she takes the boat from Cyprus to Beirut. Once there, the massacre in Sabra and Shatila is a fact. Israel wants to drive the Palestinian Liberation Organization PLO out of Lebanon and […]

  • Live: First shipment of Ukrainian grain reaches Turkish waters

    Live: First shipment of Ukrainian grain reaches Turkish waters

    The first shipment of Ukrainian grain since Russia’s invasion reached Turkish territorial waters on Tuesday near the entrance to the Bosphorus. The number of border crossings from Ukraine has exceeded 10 million, the UN refugee agency reported. Follow FRANCE 24’s live blog for the latest developments. All times are Paris time (GMT+2). 21:30: Fighting in […]

  • Live: First Ukrainian grain shipment passes inspection in Turkey

    Live: First Ukrainian grain shipment passes inspection in Turkey

    A Russian and Ukrainian team carried out an inspection in Istanbul on Wednesday of a cargo ship carrying the first shipment of grain from Ukraine since the Kremlin’s invasion, Turkish officials said. Follow FRANCE 24’s live blog for the latest developments. All times are Paris time (GMT+2). 18:52: UN launches fact-finding mission in Ukraine’s prison […]

  • Live: First Ukrainian grain shipment heading to Lebanon

    Live: First Ukrainian grain shipment heading to Lebanon

    A cargo ship carrying the first shipment of grain from Ukraine since the Kremlin’s invasion is on its way to its final destination in Tripoli, Lebanon, after a Russian and Ukrainian team completed an inspection of the vessel in Istanbul on Wednesday. Follow FRANCE 24’s live blog for the latest developments. All times are Paris […]

  • First Ukrainian grain shipment heading to Lebanon

    First Ukrainian grain shipment heading to Lebanon

    A cargo ship carrying the first shipment of grain from Ukraine since the Kremlin’s invasion is on its way to its final destination in Tripoli, Lebanon, after a Russian and Ukrainian team completed an inspection of the vessel in Istanbul on Wednesday. Read about today’s events as they unfolded. All times are Paris time (GMT+2). […]

  • Iran’s top diplomat in Syria criticizes Israel, Turkish threats

    Iran’s top diplomat in Syria criticizes Israel, Turkish threats

    DAMASCUS, Syria – Iran’s top diplomat on Saturday condemned Israel’s latest air strike on Syria and criticized recent threats from Turkey over another planned invasion of Ankara in northern Syria. Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian’s statements came at the beginning of his visit to Syria, where he was expected to discuss mutual relations and regional affairs […]

  • Iran’s top diplomat in Syria, strikes against Israel and threatens Turkey

    Iran’s top diplomat in Syria, strikes against Israel and threatens Turkey

    DAMASCUS, Syria – Iran’s top diplomat on Saturday condemned Israel’s latest air strike on Syria and criticized recent threats from Turkey over another planned invasion of Ankara in northern Syria. Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian’s statements came at the beginning of his visit to Syria, where he was expected to discuss mutual relations and regional affairs […]

  • The story of the Islamic revolution in Iran

    The story of the Islamic revolution in Iran

    1979 was a year of dramatic events, partly the Islamic Revolution in Iran, but also the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan and the occupation of the Great Mosque in Mecca in Saudi Arabia. These events had enormous geopolitical consequences for the entire Middle East. In Iran, a Shiite clergy took over the government and overthrew […]

  • The Lebanese president promises to work on border talks with Israel

    BEIRUT, June 9 (Xinhua) – Lebanese President Michel Aoun promised on Thursday to continue working on the issue of demarcation at sea in the hope of achieving favorable results during his planned talks with US mediators, the Lebanese presidency said in a statement. Aoun’s comments came after Israel sent an Energean Power ship to enter […]

  • * NEW * The massacre in the Palestinian refugee camps Sabra and Shatila

    * NEW * The massacre in the Palestinian refugee camps Sabra and Shatila

    At dusk on September 16, 1982, a group of heavily armed men marched into the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila in western Beirut, Lebanon. They belong to the Christian party, the armed militia of the Falangists, and they want to demand blood revenge. Despite international promises, the civilian population is unprotected – and […]

  • Ukraine’s summary: why Turkey wants to block Sweden and Finland from joining NATO

    Ukraine’s summary: why Turkey wants to block Sweden and Finland from joining NATO

    During the past week, further details emerged about Finland’s and Sweden’s intention to join NATO, until the nations formally submitted the paperwork on Tuesday. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called it “a historic moment” and it really marks a significant transition from neutrality for these two countries. One implication of the war in Ukraine is […]

  • Denmark is still among the happiest nations

    Denmark is still among the happiest nations

    DK number two since 2016Afghanistan finished at the bottom of the rankings after Lebanon, Zimbabwe, Rwanda and Botswana. Other notables included Australia (12th), Canada (15), USA (16), United Kingdom (17), Brazil (38), Mexico (46), Japan (54), South Korea (59), China (72), Russia (80), Indonesia (87), Denmark finished last at the top of the rankings in […]

  • Marching for both Tibet and Ukraine

    Marching for both Tibet and Ukraine

    The Danish Society for Tibetan Culture and Students for a Free Tibet will tomorrow hold a demonstration in front of the Chinese Embassy in Hellerup. The protest will also send out a message about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The Tibet-Ukraine march leaves Østerport Station at 15.00 and stops for a while outside the Russian […]

  • UN-Habitat inaugurates restored facilities damaged in the port blasts in Beirut

    BEIRUT, March 3 (Xinhua) – The United Nations Human Resources Program (UN-Habitat) on Thursday inaugurated restored facilities and neighborhoods damaged in the 2020 Beirut explosions, the National News Agency reported. The National HIV and Tuberculosis Center in Karatina, as well as a public park and sidewalks in the northeastern neighborhood, were restored with the support […]

  • Doctor, entrepreneur, mayoral candidate: Parents of stabbing witnesses suggest that juvenile violence may involve anyone’s child

    Doctor, entrepreneur, mayoral candidate: Parents of stabbing witnesses suggest that juvenile violence may involve anyone’s child

    A high court ruling has today upheld the Lyngby Court’s decision in early 2021 to sentence Wilson Philip Rasmussen to eight years in prison for killing Ali Reda Hadi Hassan during a pre-agreed fight between two groups of teenagers in a parking lot in Gentofte in April. 2020. Rasmussen will therefore have the rest of […]

  • The UN is allocating a record $ 150 million to support humanitarian operations in 13 countries

    The UN is allocating a record $ 150 million to support humanitarian operations in 13 countries

    “Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths has made the largest ever allocation of $ 150 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund to increase underfunded humanitarian operations in 13 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East. These funds are distributed twice a year to countries selected for their low funding, serious humanitarian needs […]

  • Fourth vaccination sticks are offered to particularly vulnerable groups, the health authority confirms

    Fourth vaccination sticks are offered to particularly vulnerable groups, the health authority confirms

    Just hours after the government decided that cinemas, theaters and many other venues will be able to reopen on Sunday, Health Minister Magnus Heunicke confirmed that a fourth vaccination stick will soon be offered to particularly vulnerable groups. Employment will begin later this week or early next week, but it is believed that the elderly […]

  • International Round-Up: Denmark can proudly look back on its term of office in the UN Human Rights Council

    International Round-Up: Denmark can proudly look back on its term of office in the UN Human Rights Council

    Denmark’s first term of office in the UN Human Rights Council has expired after three years. And Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod has been quick to celebrate the success of his debut. Stops over our weight Denmark used the opportunity of its membership to shape the global value agenda as much as possible by making improvements […]

  • Pope Francis ’Christmas address calls for conflict resolution through dialogue

    Pope Francis ’Christmas address calls for conflict resolution through dialogue

    The pope gave an annual address in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican that the pandemic is testing people’s “ability to socialize,” revealing “a growing tendency to withdraw, to do it all yourself, to stop doing it. “At the international level, too, there is a risk of avoiding dialogue, a risk that this complex crisis […]

  • FIFA ranking: Iran’s women’s football goes up

    FIFA ranking: Iran’s women’s football goes up

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s women’s national football team climbed the latest FIFA rankings released on Friday. – Sports news – Team Melli moved up two places to 70th place in the ranking. Almost four months have passed since the latest FIFA world ranking for women was released, when more than 300 international matches have been […]

  • Ohisalo: Finland will increase its refugee quota by almost 50% to 1,522 by 2022

    Ohisalo: Finland will increase its refugee quota by almost 50% to 1,522 by 2022

    “The quota system is one of the most effective ways to help the most vulnerable.” The decision was awaited as the government announced at its budget session that it was preparing to increase the quota due to the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan in August. Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) reported last week that it is still […]

  • PLO official calls on donors’ conference in Brussels to support UNRWA

    RAMALLAH, November 15 (Xinhua) – The Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) on Monday called on the donors’ conference in Brussels to unconditionally support the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). Several donor countries are scheduled to gather on Tuesday in the Belgian capital Brussels in the oversight of […]

  • Refugees as weapons, the battle for the countryside and meet the artist who explores the image of Afro-Swedes …

    Refugees as weapons, the battle for the countryside and meet the artist who explores the image of Afro-Swedes …

    Time 1 That was the result of the UN climate summit Between hope and confidence – which emotion dominates after Glasgow? Poland and migrants If Gaza were a tourist country Chronicle by Nina Solomin The panels Time 2 How do you manage to get away from the list of vulnerable areas? KD and the battle […]

  • Finland seeks to expand the presence of peacekeepers in operations in Africa

    Finland seeks to expand the presence of peacekeepers in operations in Africa

    Finland’s role in global peacekeeping missions has diminished significantly in recent decades. There are currently 330 people in peacekeeping and crisis management operations around the world. Most of them – about 200 – are in Lebanon, which is currently facing a humanitarian crisis. Small peacekeeping forces have also been sent to Kosovo, Iraq and Mali. […]

  • They live in the world’s most dangerous weather

    They live in the world’s most dangerous weather

    Extreme heat is the most dangerous weather that harvests the most human lives. In the summer of 2021, it was more than 50 degrees hot in six countries in the Middle East. Here, the climate crisis is already a fact. But in Iraq, for example, the electricity grids are mostly like tangled balls and there […]

  • The musical politician helped Palestinians

    The musical politician helped Palestinians

    The Radicals sat in government for about half of Elisabeth Arnold’s years in the Folketing, after she was elected in the election in 1988. She did not become a minister, but she made a big impression nonetheless. In 1992, against the wishes of the VK government, she and the Radicals helped enforce the controversial special […]

  • Historical enemies – the power struggle between Saudi Arabia and Iran

    Historical enemies – the power struggle between Saudi Arabia and Iran

    When the Prophet Muhammad died in the sixth century, a dispute arose over who would succeed him. The Muslims of the world were divided into two main branches, Sunni and Shia. For centuries, Sunni and Shia Muslims have lived side by side, but political forces have fueled tensions between them. Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia and […]

  • From Saturday, the whole of Sweden is yellow in travel guidance

    From Saturday, the whole of Sweden is yellow in travel guidance

    On Friday last week, Sweden – with the exception of southern and western Sweden – was colored yellow in the travel guide. This means that the whole of Sweden is now yellow. It happens due to increasing infection. Malmö, Helsingborg and Lund are some of the larger cities located in southern Sweden, while Gothenburg, among […]

  • Nadim Ghazale

    Nadim Ghazale

    Nadim Ghazale works as a municipal police officer in Borås and as a lecturer. In recent years, he has been seen a lot in the media, including as a participant in the panel in the SVT program “Crime of the Week”. He often participates in the debate about crime and has many followers on Instagram […]

  • FACTS: Danes can travel to these places freely

    FACTS: Danes can travel to these places freely

    This means that you do not have to be quarantined when you return home to Denmark. * Travel to Albania, Lebanon, Northern Macedonia and Serbia will be opened. * In France, the regions of Brittany, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitanie, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur will be opened, where Nice, Cannes and Marseille, among others, are located. * Greece opens to […]

  • The president receives references from Swedish, Chinese, Philippine ambassadors – MTV Lebanon

    The president receives references from Swedish, Chinese, Philippine ambassadors – MTV Lebanon

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  • The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East

    The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East

    It opened my eyes to the realities of world politics, the plight of small states, risking becoming the pawns when the big powers settle their scores. That is why I start by discussing the theory and practice of foreign intervention in the ME. This is a long history, stretching thousand years back with waves of […]

  • Khader’s half-grandniece accused of joining IS

    The woman, who is a distant family member of Member of Parliament Naser Khader, has been in custody since July, when she was arrested when she entered Denmark via Copenhagen Airport. She came from Turkey, where she was arrested in 2019 when she left Syria. At that time, the woman was already wanted. Back in […]

  • Everyone gets poor: Caroline Kernen, Stockholm

    Everyone gets poor: Caroline Kernen, Stockholm

    Stockholm Friday, For a few weeks then I was in Lebanon. I am standing with a friend who lives in Beirut outside a restaurant to buy food. We order through a gap in the wall due to corona restrictions. I take a kind of roll. French fries, mayonnaise, ketchup and vegetables rolled in a loaf […]

  • The United States resumes support for Palestinians with $ 235 million

    The United States resumes support for Palestinians with $ 235 million

    The United States said on Wednesday it would restart aid to the Palestinians and announce $ 235 million in new humanitarian, economic and development aid, reversing a Trump-era decision to cut such funding. Most of the money will go through the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) […]

  • Conflict

    Conflict

    The corona crisis has put its finger on a basic democratic principle, that those who are affected by decisions should also be allowed to participate and decide. Participating: Joseph, eight years, Lebanon, Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Deputy Secretary-General of Unicef, Chari Impano, fifteen years in Malawi, Hazel Hassoun, eleven years, Lebanon, Oliver Holmberg eleven years, Sweden, […]

  • Finland wants to increase crisis management tasks in Africa

    Finland wants to increase crisis management tasks in Africa

    More and more crisis management operations are in Africa, and Finland should also increase its involvement in the continent, the inter-party parliamentary committee outlines in a report released on Wednesday. According to the chairman of the Crisis Management Committee, there is a significant reason to increase Finland’s participation in crisis management, especially in Africa Johanna […]

  • Lebanon’s currency continues to fall – people in desperation

    Lebanon’s currency continues to fall – people in desperation

    Every day, people set fire to garbage cans and car tires and block roads in central Beirut. They are protesting against the political and economic crisis that is going on in the country. The Lebanese pound has quickly lost value against the dollar, on Tuesday it was reported to go 15,000 Lebanese pounds on a […]

  • Denmark removes protection for Syrians

    Denmark removes protection for Syrians

    Denmark is the only EU country to have begun withdrawing protection for some Syrian refugees and withdrawing their residence permits. Today, exactly ten years have passed since the war in Syria began, and over the years, up to 1.5 million Syrians have sought asylum in Europe. Danish authorities now believe that refugees from the Damascus […]

  • Witness the good and bad sides of the world

    Witness the good and bad sides of the world

    For by that time she had already spent more than a decade in various branches of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Among other things, she had witnessed the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001 with her own eyes. As embassy secretary in Washington DC – by the way, also as the […]

  • New supermarket combines recycling and surplus food

    New supermarket combines recycling and surplus food

    But the store in Vejle will, in addition to surplus food, also sell recycled and unused clothes that are no longer in the collection or that can not be sold. – It is a completely new type of store. It is a combination of food, textiles and recycling, so we combine all our store types, […]

  • Deposed Hariri is today expected to become prime minister again

    Deposed Hariri is today expected to become prime minister again

    Today, Lebanon is expected to have a new prime minister, after a year of protests, a devastating explosion, economic meltdown, and two failed prime ministers. But a year after the protest movement ousted Prime Minister Saad Hariri, it is Saad Hariri who is expected to become prime minister again. Lebanon a year ago, the uprising […]

  • Young people want to leave the country – knowledge flight threatens Lebanon

    Young people want to leave the country – knowledge flight threatens Lebanon

    Today marks a year since the protests in Lebanon began with the so-called October 17 revolution, which oscillated between being a happy street party and tear gas-filled riots. One year later, Lebanon is paralyzed after a devastating explosion and a serious economic collapse. Many of the young enthusiastic protesters from last year now want nothing […]

  • The Foreign Chronicle

    The Foreign Chronicle

    Here is Beirut, Wednesday. Here, the clinking glass orchestra manages to overpower the bullies’ gapflab. I think of the sound of shards of glass being swept up by volunteers after the explosion – this clinking sound sounds louder than the twitter hatred of the privileged world, or the tone of bullying when the American president […]

  • The United States will mediate in talks between Israel and Lebanon

    The United States will mediate in talks between Israel and Lebanon

    Israel and Lebanon will hold talks on their disputed sea border. The countries that are formally still at war have agreed to negotiations in southern Lebanon – where the United States will be the mediator. This is a border that has been debated for decades in the Mediterranean, an area of ​​about 860 square kilometers […]

  • Hækkerup wants to make a quick law with the Liberal Party on insane driving

    Hækkerup wants to make a quick law with the Liberal Party on insane driving

    The government is ready to take several planned steps to stop the madness out of the negotiations on a police deal. Instead, the government will take the Liberal Party by the hand and get the measures voted through quickly in the Folketing Hall. This is what Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup (S) said on Thursday […]

  • Furious Macron lectures Lebanon’s politicians

    Furious Macron lectures Lebanon’s politicians

    French President Emmanuel Macron sharply criticized Lebanon’s politicians on Sunday night, the day after the new prime minister gave up trying to form a government. Politicians have betrayed their people, Macron said. “A small group of politicians is about to overthrow their country and its people,” said a furious Macron as he taught the Lebanese […]

  • The government crisis in Lebanon is worsening

    The government crisis in Lebanon is worsening

    In Lebanon, Mustafa Adib gives up attempts to form a new government – a mandate he was given a month ago. The government in the country is based on a narrow division of power according to religious affiliation and the crises in Lebanon have replaced each other. The latest government, which continues to rule for […]

  • The caption: “The rescue operation has ended”

    The caption: “The rescue operation has ended”

    In Lebanon, intensive rescue work has been going on all day after signs of life were discovered in the landslides – a month after the huge explosion in the capital Beirut. – The rescue operation ended at nine o’clock on Friday night, Swedish time, says Swedish Radio’s Middle East correspondent Cecilia Uddén.

  • A life of martyrs and Islam

    A life of martyrs and Islam

    Hassan Nasrallah has been at the forefront of the last 30 years of wars and political upheavals in Lebanon. Longer time than most other leaders in the area. And that even though Nasrallah only turns 60 on August 31st. He has been the leader of the militant Shiite Muslim group Hezbollah (Party of God) since […]

  • Lebanese President: “Political system must change”

    Lebanese President: “Political system must change”

    In Lebanon, President Michel Aoun acknowledged in a speech yesterday that the political system must change and that the influence of religion on the state must diminish.At the same time, there is now widespread support for the name of a new prime minister, but the proposal was immediately opposed by the protest movement. In a […]