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  • Icelandair introduces scheduled flights to Crete

    Icelandair has announced a new destination which is Crete, Greece. The flight from Keflavík airport to Chania airport in Crete will be once a week, on Fridays. Icelandair previously flew to Crete on charter flights, and now scheduled flights will be offered for the first time. The first flight is scheduled for May 26, 2023 […]

  • The Loviisa nuclear power plant received the green light to continue operating

    The current operating licenses for the Loviisa nuclear power plant units expire in 2027 and 2030, and Fortum has applied for a new operating license for both units until 2050. The use permit is granted by the Government on the proposal of the Ministry of Economy. Affairs and employment. Before making the proposal, the Ministry […]

  • Savola: Finland participates in the international supply of tanks to Ukraine

    “Finland’s contribution cannot be too great in light of our defense capabilities. We are not yet a member of NATO, and we cannot compromise on our own defense, Savola said. He estimates that Finland could offer training and maintenance services to Ukraine in addition to tanks. Although decisions on the details of the support package […]

  • The Swiss could give the green light to Denmark sending weapons to Ukraine

    Swiss no in 2022Denmark already last year asked the Swiss for permission to send around 20 vehicles – a request the Swiss rejected. Now the Swiss claim that it should be possible for other countries to re-export Swiss military equipment because it concerns a violation of the international prohibition on the use of force. The […]

  • Germany’s hesitation about the tanks splits the arms alliance

    The German-made Leopard tank has increasingly come to be portrayed as the holy grail of Ukrainian defense. Finland, Poland and Latvia have said they want to send parts of their leopard stocks to Ukraine, but Germany has continued to hesitate and withheld clear statements. Hear about how charged the issue is in Germany and what […]

  • Minnesota United signs Swedish D Mikael Marques

    Minnesota United FC announced the signing of Swedish defender Mikael Marques on Monday. The 21-year-old comes from AFC Eskilstuna on a three-year contract with a club option until 2026. “Mikael is highly recommended. Several big teams in Sweden, Norway and Denmark became interested, but we got him through a good contact by us who felt […]

  • Finnish berry companies oppose the changes to Thai pickers’ working conditions

    With the legislative change, seasonal workers would be considered wage earners instead of independent light entrepreneurs, but the berry companies claim that the pickers do not want the proposed change.

  • Israel’s Playtika has made a purchase offer for Rovio

    The value of the studio’s offer is slightly more than 750 million euros. Rovio announced on Friday stock exchange bulletin which is not currently negotiating with Playtika. It added that its board is evaluating the indicative offer to decide whether and how to proceed with it. The preliminary proposal, the release reminds, is subject to […]

  • Again a little armageddon at the airport in Keflavik

    As reported by mbl.is, strong winds and heavy snowfall caused significant difficulties for travelers. While most international flights were canceled or delayed, eight flights from North America were on their way to Keflavík when the weather took a turn for the worse. Passengers from seven flights spent six hours or more in their planes because […]

  • Year of the Rabbit: Chinese citizens celebrate the New Year in Chinatown in Bengal

    Kolkata (West Bengal) [India]January 22 (ANI): The Chinese community and citizens of Kolkata’s Tangra in West Bengal are all set and ready to celebrate another New Year in China Town. Speaking to ANI, Chen Yie Sheng, head of the Chinese Kali Temple in China Town, spoke about the preparations for the festival and said that […]

  • Stockholm protests against angry Turkey, cancels Sweden’s ministerial meeting

    Stockholm [Sweden]January 22 (ANI): Turkey on Saturday canceled a planned visit by Sweden’s defense minister in response to anti-Turkish protests that heightened tensions between the two countries as Sweden seeks Turkey’s approval to join NATO, the Washington Post reported. Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said a planned visit by his Swedish counterpart Pal Jonsonto to […]

  • The need to produce less steel if we want to achieve zero emissions: Research

    A new study focused on the Japanese steel industry shows that if we are truly committed to zero emissions, we must prepare for a scenario where the amount of steel produced is lower. Japan has set a goal of reducing steel emissions by 46 percent by 2030 and zero emissions by 2050. For now, the […]

  • Trkiye cancels the visit of the NATO hope’s defense minister

    The move comes after a picture of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was hung in the Swedish capital Ankara has canceled the planned visit of Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson, his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, revealed on Saturday. The move comes after members of the Kurdish community held an anti-Turkish protest in Stockholm. “At this point, […]

  • Trkiye cancels the visit of the NATO hope’s defense minister

    The move comes after a picture of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was hung in the Swedish capital Ankara has canceled the planned visit of Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson, his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, revealed on Saturday. The move comes after members of the Kurdish community held an anti-Turkish protest in Stockholm. “At this point, […]

  • Trkiye cancels visit of defense minister from NATO hopeful

    The move comes after a picture of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was hung in the Swedish capital Ankara has canceled the planned visit of Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson, his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, revealed on Saturday. The move comes after members of the Kurdish community held an anti-Turkish protest in Stockholm. “At this point, […]

  • Sweden gives the green light outside the Turkish embassy

    The new diplomatic spat comes as Stockholm awaits Ankara’s blessing to join NATO Police in Sweden have said they will allow the leader of a hard-right party to burn a copy of the Koran near the Turkish embassy in Stockholm, reportedly prompting Ankara to summon its Swedish envoy over the “provocative act”. Anti-Islam activist Rasmus […]

  • How to transform your home decor on a budget using DIY ideas

    If you’re looking to spruce up your home decor without breaking the bank, plenty of DIY projects can help you achieve it. From simple painting jobs and adding new furniture such as VidaXL garden tables to more extensive renovations, there are several ways you can give your home a makeover on a budget. DIY project […]

  • Long-term covid effects affect women in particular, according to Danish

    The Corona pandemic is not over for many Danes. According to a study co-authored by Region Central Jutland and Aarhus University Hospital, 448 patients are still being treated for long-term COVID complications at the city’s largest hospital. More than 75 percent are women aged 30-70. The majority report being plagued by mental fatigue and it […]