Tag: Mali

  • How to deal with phone scams

    Today, most people use smartphones on a daily basis. Not only that, but their devices are connected to various other platforms like social media, email, various apps and so on and so forth. Since privacy isn’t really a thing these days, most of the information people have on their mobile devices is collected and distributed […]

  • Nokian Tires sells its Russian operations for 285 million euros

    Nokian Tires sells its Russian operations for 285 million euros

    After the Russian registration formalities, the deal will be completed and Nokian Tires’ operations in Russia will end.

  • SDP, Perussuomalinek knocked NCP out of the top spot in the party’s image vote

    SDP, Perussuomalinek knocked NCP out of the top spot in the party’s image vote

    According to the party barometer, SDP’s leaders attract the most of the respondents. The leaders of the Greens and the center were rated as the least skilled.

  • Close to a fifth suffer from long-term effects of COVID in Denmark

    Hand sanitizer sales drop pre-pandemic levelsNevertheless, life is more or less normalized for the rest of the population, who are rarely reminded of the pandemic within the Danish borders. The masks and elbow greetings have disappeared, handshakes and hugs are back, and hand sanitizer is no longer sold in the shops. According to both Coop […]

  • The miracle rescue: The soccer team that got stuck in a cave

    The miracle rescue: The soccer team that got stuck in a cave

    A program by Martin Marhlo and Malin Rimfors, February 2023. Cast: Jonas Westerberg, cave diver specialized in underwater rescue work.Peder Gustafsson, Sveriges Radio’s Asia correspondent.Gunilla Österlund, reporter Ekot, Sveriges Radio. Archive sound: Sveriges Radio, SVT, Netflix, NBC, BBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, Sky News. Final mix: Tor Sigvardsson.

  • The EU extends the travel agreement to Kosovo

    The EU extends the travel agreement to Kosovo

    If approved by the European Parliament, residents of the disputed province would be able to enter the bloc freely for up to 90 days The European Council has adopted a measure to give Kosovo passport holders the freedom to enter the EU without a visa for up to 90 days. The move comes as Brussels […]

  • Sex work in South Africa: why both buying and selling should be legal

    Sex work in South Africa: why both buying and selling should be legal

    It is illegal to buy or sell sex in South Africa. But this could soon be a thing of the past if a recently published draft bill to decriminalize sex work is passed. Researchers and activists Marlise Richter and Monique Huysamen outline what is in the new law, what is good about it and what […]

  • Gustav Eriksson Vasa – benevolent country father or ruthless dictator?

    Gustav Eriksson Vasa – benevolent country father or ruthless dictator?

    Do you want to know more about Gustav Vasa and the 16th century? Here are three reading tips:Gustav Vasa – father of the country or tyrant by Lars-Olof Larsson. Sweden’s history 1350-1600, ed. Bo Eriksson and Dick Harrison. Margareta Regina – by Gustav Vasa’s side, en biography of Margareta Leijonhufvud by Karin Tegenborg Falkdalen. The […]

  • Every second Dane opposes raising the abortion limit

    A recent eOpinion survey conducted for DR shows that 48 percent of Danes believe that the abortion limit should not be raised. Less than a third think it should. The abortion debate had long been dormant in Denmark, and there had been no change to the 12-week limit since abortion was legalized 50 years ago. […]

  • Duplantis breaks the pole vault world record in Clermont-Ferrand

    PARIS, Feb. 25 (Xinhua) — Sweden’s Armand Duplantis cleared 6.22 meters to win with a new world record at the World Athletics Indoor Tour Silver meet in Clermont-Ferrand on Saturday. The 23-year-old Olympic champion added a centimeter to his previous best of 6.21m which he nailed at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon last year. […]

  • Melodifestivalen – Listen directly to competition 4

    Melodifestivalen – Listen directly to competition 4

    Listen to and follow the final competition in the Melodifestivalen on Sveriges Radio! We broadcast directly in P4 as well as on our website and in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Host is Carolina Norén. The broadcast starts at 20:00 in P4. ATTENTION! Since we follow the same rules as SVT, we cannot offer retrospective […]

  • Support for Ukraine largely limited to Europe, the US and allies

    Support for Ukraine largely limited to Europe, the US and allies

    In October 2022, about eight months after the war in Ukraine started, the University of Cambridge in the UK harmonized surveys conducted in 137 countries on their attitudes to the West and to Russia and China. The results in the studywhile not free from margin of error, are robust enough to be taken seriously. These […]

  • UN Weekly Roundup: 18–24 February 2023

    UN Weekly Roundup: 18–24 February 2023

    Editor’s note: Here’s a quick snapshot of what the international community has been up to this past week, as seen from the UN’s perch. One year since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine Last Friday marked one year since Moscow launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. There were several meetings at UN headquarters during the week to […]

  • NATO pledges to support Ukraine ‘as long as needed’

    NATO pledges to support Ukraine ‘as long as needed’

    ISTANBUL – NATO on Friday reaffirmed its solidarity with Ukraine in the “heroic defense” of its nation as the alliance “solemnly” marks one year of Moscow’s “brutal” war against Kiev. “We pay tribute to the lives lost, and we deplore the tragic human suffering and destruction, including of Ukraine’s residential and civilian and energy infrastructures, […]

  • HS: The housing market has slowed down strongly in Tampere, Turku

    HS: The housing market has slowed down strongly in Tampere, Turku

    The Tampere newspaper pointed out in its report that the number of new apartment sales was also affected by the fact that some of the houses completed last year had already been sold in 2021. A total of 4,377 new apartments were completed in Tampere in 2022, of which 3,487 are vacant apartments. Markku RiihimäkiThe […]

  • Is it ‘Call my agent? Time will tell if tonight’s premiere of a similar Danish show results in ‘Call My Lawyer’

    Has the actor Nikolaj Lie Kaas made a Danish version of the acclaimed French series ‘Dix Pour Cent’ – known in English as ‘Call My Agent!’ – without paying for the rights? ‘Agent’ is co-produced by TV2 and Zentropa and is both written and directed by the well-known star of the popular series ‘Crime’ and […]

  • Strong storm hits Denmark

    Worst since 2016?DMI wrote that the storm has the potential to become so among the most powerful that have hit Denmark since Urd hit Denmark in 2016. It is thus believed that Otto will be more potent than the two storms from 2022, Malik and Nora. Along with strong winds, the storm is also expected […]

  • An interview with Chat GPT

    An interview with Chat GPT

    In this interview, we delve into the workings of ChatGPT and explore some of the challenges and opportunities presented by this remarkable AI technology. From its training data and hardware requirements to its potential impact on the job market, we ask ChatGPT some of the most pressing questions about the role of AI in today’s […]

  • Expats, immigrants, internationals, non-Danes… we salute you all

    Expats, immigrants, internationals, non-Danes… we salute you all

    It’s crazy that we haven’t had an ‘Expat of the Year’ before. One of the problems is the word ‘expat’. A lot of people don’t like it. Expats are foreigners who know that one day they will return to their home country, but many move to Denmark who are open to the idea of ​​staying […]

  • Iceland still ranks 14th in the perception of corruption

    Iceland still ranks 14th in the perception of corruption

    Iceland ranks 14th in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). A recently published report measured the level of corruption in 180 countries. Denmark ranked first in this year’s ranking, followed by Somalia. Iceland maintains the same score it achieved last year. However, when looking at the last decade, its rank has dropped from 82 points […] […]

  • Minister of Justice takes first step towards criminalizing ‘theft’

    Anyone who has seen the acclaimed HBO series ‘I May Destroy You’ knows what stealthing is. This is when someone, usually a man, removes a condom during intercourse without informing their sexual partner. Widely regarded as a form of sexual assault, there is no legislation prohibiting the practice in Denmark – to the widespread dismay […]

  • Duemosegaard – a farm where ideas are cultivated

    Duemosegaard – a farm where ideas are cultivated

    Between Farum and Birkerød, in the hilly landscape just north of Greater Copenhagen, lies an old farmhouse from 1895, home to Ross and Heather Jackson. Any comparison with a conventional farm stops there, as within the whitewashed walls of the house, and in the compost pile and converted farm buildings, the seeds of ideas are […]

  • The Design Museum celebrates its 150th anniversary with a program featuring today’s top names in design

    The Design Museum celebrates its 150th anniversary with a program featuring today’s top names in design

    Show Kusta Saksi: In the Borderlands contains a wide selection of his textile artworks made with the jacquard weaving technique between 2013 and 2023. Several large works commissioned for the exhibition are also on display. The borderland exhibition explores the moments between reality and illusion, which are the starting point for several of Saks’s works. […]

  • EU approves new arms package for Ukraine

    EU approves new arms package for Ukraine

    The bloc’s foreign ministers agreed to give Kyiv nearly $550 million worth of arms EU foreign ministers approved a new tranche of military aid to Ukraine on Monday, Swedish officials have said. The arms bonanza is worth $542 million, but does not include the German tanks that Kyiv and its allies are hoping for. The […]

  • Why can’t the West agree on how much military aid to send to Ukraine?

    Why can’t the West agree on how much military aid to send to Ukraine?

    German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been under enormous pressure to deliver Leopard tanks to Ukraine. The government in Kyiv has long argued it desperately needs them to retake territory seized by Russia in its 2022 invasion, and to protect the rest of Ukraine from the Kremlin’s looming spring offensive. So far, Berlin has refused, and […]

  • Guardians praise the early childhood education and preschool education in the capital region

    Guardians praise the early childhood education and preschool education in the capital region

    This is evident from the results of the joint municipal survey. Espoo, Helsinki, Kauniainen and Vantaa organized a survey for the guardians of children in municipal and private early childhood education and pre-school education between October 26 and November 9, 2022. The survey was aimed at all guardians of children in early childhood education or […]

  • NATO allies US, Turkey Trying to mend fences but cracks remain

    NATO allies US, Turkey Trying to mend fences but cracks remain

    WASHINGTON – The United States and Turkey tried on Wednesday to iron out differences that have strained relations for years but failed to report progress in resolving differences over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and NATO expansion that have strained ties between the allies. At a meeting in Washington, Foreign Minister Antony Blinken and visiting Turkish […]

  • Sweden brings home the soldiers who fight against terror

    Sweden brings home the soldiers who fight against terror

    For several years, one of the most important tasks of the defense was to protect Sweden abroad, and to acquire allies in the same vein. That was one of the points of the effort in Afghanistan and now most recently in Mali in West Africa. There, Sweden has participated both in the UN force Minusma […]

  • Leader of the week: Den Borgenske sindro

    Leader of the week: Den Borgenske sindro

    Over five weeks ago, we had a general election that established an unusual balance between the red and blue bloc in the Folketing. Mette in the middleIn the middle, former prime minister Løkke Rasmussen tinted his new party, the Moderates, a purple shade to become a stepping stone between the blocs. However, his effort was […]

  • This year’s Winter Hosts are presented

    This year’s Winter Hosts are presented

    At 1 p.m., program manager Bibi Rödö will present who will be the Winter hosts this year. – This year’s winter program will deal with widely different topics. About music as humanity’s last outpost. About the difference between an apology and a pardon and about provocative characterizations. It feels wonderful that it will be precisely […]

  • HS: Almost two-fifths blame the Center for the government’s struggles

    HS: Almost two-fifths blame the Center for the government’s struggles

    A fifth (20%) of the respondents felt that all parties together deserve to be blamed for the difficulties, while 12 percent put the blame on the Greens and 11 percent on the Social Democrats. Hardly any of the respondents pointed a finger at the Left Alliance or the Swedish People’s Party. Two percent of the […]

  • Countries in the Middle East have the world’s most powerful passports

    Countries in the Middle East have the world’s most powerful passports

    The United Arab Emirates has risen to the top of the rankings for unrestricted access to countries around the world UAE nationals now use the world’s most powerful passport and have easy visitor access to all but 9% of the world’s countries, according to the latest Passport Index rankings by Canadian financial advisory firm Arton […]

  • Concert Review: Perfect for dates, drinks and dedicated fans of musical theater – next concert is December 8th!

    Concert Review: Perfect for dates, drinks and dedicated fans of musical theater – next concert is December 8th!

    Whether you’re looking for a good setting for a date night, want to scratch the itch in the old musical theater or just want to enjoy a few drinks and live music, an evening spent with the Copenhagen Musical Theater Company (CMTC) will surely satisfy your needs. At least that was the reviewer’s experience of […]

  • 5 Dutchmen who nobly served Russia

    5 Dutchmen who nobly served Russia

    As born sailors and shipbuilders, the Dutch made a huge contribution to the creation of the regular Russian navy. As captains they gave that honor on more than one occasion with their victories in battle. 1. Franz Timmerman Franz Timmerman. Adriaan Schoonebeek At the end of the 1680s, Tsar Peter I, who in the following […]

  • Experts warn of tough RSV season in Sweden

    STOCKHOLM, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) — Swedish experts have warned of a tough respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) season this winter in the country as the number of infections has increased recently. – Right now there are quite a few children being cared for with RSV, says Malin Ryd Rinder, head of the children’s intensive care unit […]

  • Expatria: Far from home

    Expatria: Far from home

    This morning I was sitting on my therapist’s couch. He has been my friendly and capable confidant for a few years now and he sees a lot of expats. The truth, therapist!“I wonder about the price we pay when we choose to leave our countries of origin,” I say. Studying his face, I notice he […]

  • Turkey’s operation against Kurds in Syria risks reviving the IS group

    Turkey’s operation against Kurds in Syria risks reviving the IS group

    Turkey is threatening to send group troops into northeastern Syria in retaliation for a deadly bomb in Istanbul on November 13 that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attributed to the Syrian Kurdish YPG (Kurdish People’s Protection Unit). The group has firmly denied responsibility for the attack. But Erdogan now plans to escalate the offensive in the […]

  • Poles killed in Ukraine to get American funeral media

    Poles killed in Ukraine to get American funeral media

    A news offering suggests the grim reason for the sudden concern with funeral efficiency The controversial decision by municipal authorities in Olsztyn to create an “American-style” cemetery is due to the large number of military burials for the 1,200 Poles who have died fighting in Ukraine, according to Polish news outlet Niezalezny Dziennik Polityczny (Independent […]

  • Right now: Germany must defeat Costa Rica

    Right now: Germany must defeat Costa Rica

    Around 19.00-22.00 in P4 FootballWC men’s group stage20.00 Japan-Spain (Jonas Enarson)20.00 Costa Rica-Germany (Andreas Matz and Johan Elmander) Ice hockeySHL19.00 Skellefteå-Luleå (Peter Sundkvist)19.00 Örebro-Växjö (Mats Fagerström)19.00 Timrå-Frölunda (Magnus Wahlman and Per Svartvadet)19.00 Oskarshamn-Malmö (Janne Rindstig)19.00 Rögle-Färjestad (Malin Rimfors) Hosts: Linn Nenzén and Samuel Sillén

  • The regime’s methods to put a dent in the protests

    The regime’s methods to put a dent in the protests

    Students in Beijing have been bussed home and are not allowed to stay on campus. Physical barricades have been set up along streets and the police have set the bar low for detaining people. Films from the protests have been widely circulated online. But after the weekend, the party’s censorship apparatus has struck with full […]

  • Business Round-Up: International students contribute far more than they take, study claims

    Business Round-Up: International students contribute far more than they take, study claims

    Denmark benefits financially from foreign students, shows a major analysis carried out by Damvad Analytics on behalf of the Swedish Engineers’ Association. Together, they contributed DKK 26.7 billion to the nation’s coffers between 2007 and 2020, with technical and natural science courses, such as engineering, accounting for DKK 12 billion. Over the same 13-year period, […]

  • Science Round-Up: Sourcing the spring of solidarity

    Science Round-Up: Sourcing the spring of solidarity

    In a recent study, researchers at Copenhagen Business School established a tangible link between how people behave in their daily lives and their solidarity with those who suffer from tragedy. Take, for example, the world’s reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Across the globe, sympathy led people to raise a flag that was not theirs […]

  • The flight from Sweden – We who die |  Part 2/2

    The flight from Sweden – We who die | Part 2/2

    Mohamud Kollane in Husby in Stockholm discovers that his teenage son Salmaan sells drugs and hangs out with criminals and tries to save him several times. Together they go to Somalia to get away from the gangs in Sweden. The summer of 2020 is being abused Salmaan Kolane to death in Tensta, he was 21 […]

  • Whatsapp hacking controversy: Make your chats more secure by following these tips

    Whatsapp hacking controversy: Make your chats more secure by following these tips

    However, data breaches are nothing new, as even some of the largest companies have had such incidents. So it is the responsibility of the users to take the right action to improve the security and privacy of their data. Here are some tips that can help you improve your WhatsApp security. Check the chat encryption […]

  • Right now: World Cup soccer

    Right now: World Cup soccer

    Sunday 27 November 14.00-22.00 approx SkisVC premiere – Ruka12.00 20 kilometer freestyle pursuit start ladies (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall)13.30 20 kilometer freestyle pursuit start men (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall) FootballWC men’s group stage14.00 Belgium-Morocco (Andreas Matz and Jon Persson)17.00 Croatia-Canada (Christian Olsson)20.00 Spain-Germany (Susanna Andrén and Johan Elmander) FootballQualification […]

  • Right now: Canada shocks Croatia

    Right now: Canada shocks Croatia

    Sunday 27 November 14.00-22.00 approx SkisVC premiere – Ruka12.00 20 kilometer freestyle pursuit start ladies (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall)13.30 20 kilometer freestyle pursuit start men (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall) FootballWC men’s group stage14.00 Belgium-Morocco (Andreas Matz and Jon Persson)17.00 Croatia-Canada (Christian Olsson)20.00 Spain-Germany (Susanna Andrén and Johan Elmander) FootballQualification […]

  • Right now: Belgium vs Morocco

    Right now: Belgium vs Morocco

    Sunday 27 November 14.00-22.00 approx SkisVC premiere – Ruka12.00 20 kilometer freestyle pursuit start ladies (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall)13.30 20 kilometer freestyle pursuit start men (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall) FootballWC men’s group stage14.00 Belgium-Morocco (Andreas Matz and Jon Persson)17.00 Croatia-Canada (Christian Olsson)20.00 Spain-Germany (Susanna Andrén and Johan Elmander) FootballQualification […]

  • Right now: Argentina–Mexico

    Right now: Argentina–Mexico

    14.00-22.00 approx SkisVC premiere – Ruka11.00 10 kilometer classic ladies (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall)13.30 10 kilometer classic men’s (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall) Equestrian sportsSweden international horse show (Isabell Gradin and Maria Gretzer) GolfEuropean Tour Final Ladies (Kristopher Karlsson) FootballWC men’s group stage14.00 Poland-Saudi Arabia (Susanna Andrén and Jon Persson)17.00 […]

  • Right now: France–Denmark

    Right now: France–Denmark

    14.00-22.00 approx SkisVC premiere – Ruka11.00 10 kilometer classic ladies (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall)13.30 10 kilometer classic men’s (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall) Equestrian sportsSweden international horse show (Isabell Gradin and Maria Gretzer) GolfEuropean Tour Final Ladies (Kristopher Karlsson) FootballWC men’s group stage14.00 Poland-Saudi Arabia (Susanna Andrén and Jon Persson)17.00 […]

  • Right now: Poland–Saudi Arabia in the World Cup

    Right now: Poland–Saudi Arabia in the World Cup

    14.00-22.00 approx SkisVC premiere – Ruka11.00 10 kilometer classic ladies (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall)13.30 10 kilometer classic men’s (Dag Malmqvist, Torgny Mogren and Selma Jennervall) Equestrian sportsSweden international horse show (Isabell Gradin and Maria Gretzer) GolfEuropean Tour Final Ladies (Kristopher Karlsson) FootballWC men’s group stage14.00 Poland-Saudi Arabia (Susanna Andrén and Jon Persson)17.00 […]

  • Patient injury reports were made to the emergency room for fractures that had gone unnoticed

    Patient injury reports were made to the emergency room for fractures that had gone unnoticed

    Dissertation submitted by the Master of Health Sciences Tarja Tarkiainen To the Faculty of Medicine of the Graduate School of the University of Oulu, investigated the adverse events, adverse events and near misses that occurred in the medical imaging units and their underlying causes. One dataset used in the study was the patient injury reports […]

  • Right now: Portugal vs Ghana in the World Cup

    Right now: Portugal vs Ghana in the World Cup

    Around 17:00–23:00 in P4 FootballWC men’s group stage17.00 Portugal-Ghana (Andreas Matz and Jon Persson)20.00 Brazil-Serbia (Susanna Andrén and Johan Elmander) BasketballWomen’s EC qualifiers19.05 Sweden-Israel (Emanuel Nashed) CurlingEC – Östersund (Mats Fagerström) Ice hockeySHL19.00 Örebro-Frölunda (Sigge Sanner)19.00 Leksand-Brynäs (Magnus Wahlman)19.00 Luleå-Timrå (Peter Sundkvist)19.00 Växjö-Oskarshamn (Janne Rindstig)19.00 Linköping-Rögle (Rickard Jansson) FootballChampions League Ladies21.00 Benfica-Rosengård (Malin Rimfors) Program […]

  • Study suggests how MRI shows brain changes in patina after COVID virus

    Study suggests how MRI shows brain changes in patina after COVID virus

    According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in five adults will develop long-term effects from COVID-19. Long-term neurological symptoms associated with the COVID virus include difficulty thinking or concentrating, headache, sleep disturbances, dizziness, tingling sensation, changes in smell or taste, and depression or anxiety. However, studies have shown that COVID-19 […]

  • Snowstorms paralyze large parts of Sweden

    STOCKHOLM, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) — A large part of Sweden was paralyzed on Monday after heavy snowfall over the weekend, with the capital Stockholm particularly affected. Motorists, some of whom had not yet switched to winter tires, struggled due to wet and heavy snow on the roads, and several train departures were canceled while flights […]

  • International Round-Up: Had the stray missiles been Russian, the consequences would have been serious, says acting Danish foreign minister

    International Round-Up: Had the stray missiles been Russian, the consequences would have been serious, says acting Danish foreign minister

    The acting foreign minister, Jeppe Kofod, did not mince words after the news that a Polish farm was hit by missiles on Tuesday, killing two residents. “Together with Poland, we are part of the world’s strongest military alliance, NATO,” he told TV2. “A security issue for Poland is a security issue for all of us.” […]

  • Germany urges NATO to expand

    Germany urges NATO to expand

    Hungary and Turkey should formalize Finland’s and Sweden’s membership in the bloc, Berlin insists Hungary and Turkey should stop blocking the ratification of Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on Thursday, adding that there is a “crystal clear foundation” because the two Nordic nations were allowed to join the military […]

  • Germany urges Hungary and Turkey to allow NATO expansion

    Germany urges Hungary and Turkey to allow NATO expansion

    Budapest and Ankara should formalize Finland’s and Sweden’s membership in the bloc, Berlin insists Hungary and Turkey should stop blocking the ratification of Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on Thursday, adding that there is a “crystal clear basis” for the two Nordic nations to join the military bloc. Ankara […]

  • Germany warns NATO members

    Germany warns NATO members

    Hungary and Turkey must keep their promises and formalize Finland’s and Sweden’s membership in the bloc, said the foreign minister. Hungary and Turkey should stop blocking the ratification of Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on Thursday, adding that there is a “crystal clear basis” for the two Nordic nations […]

  • Thomas Stenström – the small town guy who defeated jante

    Thomas Stenström – the small town guy who defeated jante

    It’s a summer evening in 2015. Sweden’s new rising star, the artist and songwriter Thomas Stenström, is out on tour. The crowd is great along the picket fence. The audience eagerly waits for Thomas and his band to come on stage. The atmosphere among the concertgoers could not have been better. But, what the tagged […]

  • VMA in Unnaryd in Hylte municipality, Halland county •

    VMA in Unnaryd in Hylte municipality, Halland county •

    The 1975 marriage scandal – part of the audio drama venture Before-After Føre-Efter is Sveriges Radio Drama’s audio drama venture about historical turning points in Sweden, where society has gone from a before to an after. The 1975 poisoning scandal is an audio drama in five parts inspired by the poison scandal in Teckomatorp where […]

  • The power play around Vladimir Putin

    The power play around Vladimir Putin

    The President of Russia has gathered power around his own person. But at the same time, a game is underway where influential oligarchs, politicians and leaders of other countries in the region are trying to position themselves against Vladimir Putin. Hard-liners in the Russian power elite complain about the weak Russian army, while Putin is […]

  • Local Round-Up: Man shot and killed in Christiania last night

    Local Round-Up: Man shot and killed in Christiania last night

    A 23-year-old man was shot and killed in Christiania on Wednesday 26 October between 17:00 and 18:00. He was apparently hit at close range on Pusherstreet, the area of ​​freetown where cannabis is commonly sold in the open. The victim is a well-known figure in the environment. Suspects are SomalisPolice have released a description of […]

  • Experts demand equally progressive income and capital income taxation in Finland

    Experts demand equally progressive income and capital income taxation in Finland

    They explained that due to the non-progressive nature of the capital gains tax, the richest 1% pay proportionally less tax than middle income earners. While the wealth of the top percentile thus increased fivefold between 1987 and 2019, the wealth of the bottom nine deciles grew only marginally, by 3.6 percent. The differences have only […]

  • 6 Scandinavian beauty brands to add to your beauty routine – who wears what

    6 Scandinavian beauty brands to add to your beauty routine – who wears what

    In Denmark, people live according to a philosophy called “have a good time.” We don’t really have a word for it in English, but it essentially translates to creating a cozy, friendly atmosphere that leads to a sense of contentment. “Hygge” can be found in every inch of Danish life, and it can be translated […]

  • Behold our most golden queen: Diamond’s eternal immortality beckons

    Behold our most golden queen: Diamond’s eternal immortality beckons

    The timing of the Copenhagen cultural festival Golden Days could not have been better. Coinciding with the month chosen to celebrate Queen Margrethe II’s golden jubilee, a full 50 years and eight months after she acceded to the Danish throne in January 1972, Her Majesty visited Kongens Nytorv on September 2, where 50 female icons […]

  • HS poll: Strong support for arming Ukraine against Russia;  worry about nuclear war

    HS poll: Strong support for arming Ukraine against Russia; worry about nuclear war

    More than 90 percent of respondents said that Finland cannot normalize relations with Russia as long as Putin is in power.

  • The Dutch crown princess leaves the dormitory after security threats

    THE HAGUE, Oct. 14 (Xinhua) — Dutch Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia has moved from her student apartment in Amsterdam to the royal palace for security reasons, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima told Dutch media during their state visit to Sweden on Thursday. “It has huge consequences for her life. It means she doesn’t live in Amsterdam […]

  • Architecture speaks – The international lecture series on contemporary architecture continues online

    Architecture speaks – The international lecture series on contemporary architecture continues online

    Program 2022-2023 Architecture Speaks: Andrew WaughWednesday 2 November 2022, 13:15–14:30 (UTC+2) Andrew Waugh is the founding director of Waugh Thistleton Architects, dedicated to delivering beautiful buildings and places that recognize their impact on the environment. He is a globally known representative of low-impact architecture and innovative construction, lobbies and lectures internationally to communicate the urgent […]

  • The second season of DR’s man-with-a-long-penis series made in consultation with small children

    The second season of DR’s man-with-a-long-penis series made in consultation with small children

    Write October 14 in your diaries. No, Mette has not brought forward the general election, and it is not because she is Culture night. Suddenly, Denmark has another reason to anticipate the date: You guessed it, ‘John Dillermand’, the man with the longest penis in the world, is returning to Danish children’s TV for the […]

  • New: The murder of Malin in Husum

    New: The murder of Malin in Husum

    On November 23, 1996, Håkan Lindström drives his little sister Malin to the bus station in Örnsköldsvik. It will be the last he sees of her. Witnesses have seen Malin walking along Bruksvägen in Husum, next to a young man. But at first no one can or wants to name him. He will later be […]

  • 13-year-old Ella sold herself on “sugardating” site: “You are a product”

    13-year-old Ella sold herself on “sugardating” site: “You are a product”

    “Ella”, whose real name is something else, was twelve years old when she first started chatting with an unknown guy on the chat service Kik. At this time, she felt the home was unsafe, with lots of noise and a refrigerator that echoed empty. The anonymous chats become a way for Ella to talk about […]

  • Facebook reveals more than a million user login credentials stolen by malicious apps

    Facebook reveals more than a million user login credentials stolen by malicious apps

    Facebook is notifying users who “may have unknowingly compromised their accounts by downloading these apps and sharing their credentials.” According to Bloomberg, the impact could be one million users. In its post, Meta said the apps tricked people into downloading them with fake reviews and promises of useful features; both are common tactics for other […]

  • At 70, Is Putin Still The Russian Public’s Irreplaceable Man?

    At 70, Is Putin Still The Russian Public’s Irreplaceable Man?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin marks his 70th birthday on October 7. The jubilee comes at a time when the increasingly authoritarian leader faces some of the most daunting challenges of his two-plus decades in power, having gambled all his achievements on an increasingly costly and troublesome war against neighboring Ukraine. Despite a relentless crackdown on […]

  • Local Round-Up: Gas prices are rising in Copenhagen

    Local Round-Up: Gas prices are rising in Copenhagen

    300,000 affected The price increase will affect both companies and private customers. HOFOR supplies gas to almost 300,000 people in Copenhagen. Read more about the price increase here (in Danish) Gas leak investigationCopenhagen police are investigating gas leaks in the Baltic Sea and are not ruling anything out in advance. The investigation into the Nord […]

  • Malin Matsdotter – burned alive at the witch’s stake

    Malin Matsdotter – burned alive at the witch’s stake

    The editorial staff for this section consists of: Cecilia Düringer – presenter, script and research Tove Palén – producerPablo Leiva Wenger – stage narratorPeter Jonason – sound design and final mix Also participating is Marko Lamberg, docent in Nordic history and author of the book Häxmoderm – the story of Malin Matsdotter. Do you want […]

  • Blood tests may help detect who is likely to have prolonged Covid: Study

    Blood tests may help detect who is likely to have prolonged Covid: Study

    Generally, the body’s protein levels are stable. But the researchers found a dramatic difference in the levels of some proteins up to six weeks after infection, suggesting disruption of several important biological processes. Using an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm, they identified a “signature” of the abundance of various proteins that successfully predicted whether a person […]

  • Uyghur News Recap: 1219 August 2022

    Uyghur News Recap: 1219 August 2022

    Washington – Here’s a roundup of Uyghur-related news around the world. Chinese official: Uighurs who violate covid-19 lockdown to be sentenced to imprisonment A Chinese government official said Radio Free Asia that Uyghurs who violated the Covid-19 lockdown policy in Xinjiang would face up to three weeks of “re-education”, a common euphemism for detention. Hong […]

  • Politicians in Helsinki criticized the mayor for salary payment problems

    Politicians in Helsinki criticized the mayor for salary payment problems

    The salary problems started when Sarastia switched to the new salary system at the turn of March-April. Helsingin Sanomat in July wrote that during the migration it was discovered that the system has obvious flaws and the automated functions are prone to errors that go unnoticed until the salary is paid incorrectly or not paid […]

  • Events at the end of August: Actor, playwright, director … presents Denmark’s answer to Noël Coward!

    Events at the end of August: Actor, playwright, director … presents Denmark’s answer to Noël Coward!

    The Queen’s New Frontier14-18 Sep; Library Rentemestervej, Cph NV; DKK 160Copenhagen Theater Circle presents its original play ‘The Queen’s New Frontier’ by long-standing member Alun Thomas – a satire set in Ireland as post-Brexit reality begins to set in. (BV) The oasisAug 19; Fælledparken, Cph ØThis pop-up event is hosted by Culture and Leisure Østerbro. […]

  • Rave Alert: Karrusel is coming to Refshaløen

    Rave Alert: Karrusel is coming to Refshaløen

    Copenhagen Distortion’s sister festival, Karrusel, is coming to Refshaløen on the 25th-27th. August. The electronic music festival offers three days of house, techno and disco in a private green space by Refshaløen. The area will be divided into three different stage areas for the 31 artists who will play over the three days, and tickets […]

  • The government is looking to build affordable housing in Christiania

    The government is looking to build affordable housing in Christiania

    Prime real estate The government said Christiania’s failure to sign the state’s offer by that date will be interpreted as a rejection of the offer. Furthermore, should Christiania not sign, nine buildings will be moved – something that the state says it can demand at the expense of the sanctuary. In the meantime, government loans […]

  • Right now: Swedish lead in the jumping final of the Equestrian World Championships

    Right now: Swedish lead in the jumping final of the Equestrian World Championships

    At 14.03–20.00 FootballHerallsvenskan15.00 AIK–Värnamo (Bosse Johander)15.00 Malmö–Sundsvall (Malin Rimfors)15.00 Djurgården–Kalmar (William Waldetoft)17.30 Elfsborg–Norrköping (Paul Zyra)17.30 Degerfors–Varberg (Mats Fagerström) Equestrian sportsWC in Herning14.00-17.00 Jumping, individual final (Christian Olsson, Maria Gretzer and Isabell Gradin) Swimming EC18.00 Final session (Magnus Wahlman, Anna-Karin Kammerling and Cecilia Paulsson) Ice hockeyJunior WC (night to Monday)04.00 USA–Sweden (Sigge Sanner and Per Svartvadet) […]

  • Gregor Zubicki

    Gregor Zubicki

    Gregor Zubicki was born in Sweden but grew up around the world. He learned to write in Germany, lived on a sheep farm in Australia and became a soprano in South Africa. In Norway, he played the oboe for 17 years with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1991, Gregor Zubicky suffered a neurological disorder in […]

  • Norwegian Refugee Council Announces $2.5 Million Hilton Humanitarian Award for 2022

    Norwegian Refugee Council Announces $2.5 Million Hilton Humanitarian Award for 2022

    To date, the Hilton Foundation has awarded more than $41 million to awardees. NRC joins a list of 26 award winners, including CAMFED, Homeboy Industries, METAdrasi, SHOFCO, icddr,b and The Task Force for Global Health. In the award, Jan EgelandThe Secretary-General of the NRC said: “We are honored to receive this prestigious humanitarian award at […]

  • VMA in Helsingborg and Höganäs, Skåne •

    VMA in Helsingborg and Höganäs, Skåne •

    Already as a 12-year-old hit Amy Deasismont through under the name Amy Diamond with the song “What’s in it for me”. She was nominated for Rockbjörnen, Grammis, NRJ Awards and Nordic Hit Music Awards. In the coming years, she followed up the success with several successful albums and participation in Melodifestivalen. In recent years, Amy […]

  • Farshid Jalalvand

    Farshid Jalalvand

    Farshid Jalalvand is a doctoral microbiologist and culture writer. During the corona pandemic, we have been able to see him as a vaccine expert in various media. He writes texts on biology, philosophy and history, including in the program “OBS”. There he has written about how biology is sometimes associated with something that is a […]

  • Finnish lenders report a decrease in demand for mortgages

    Finnish lenders report a decrease in demand for mortgages

    The average interest rate on new mortgages, on the other hand, rose from 0.73% in June 2021 to 1.59% in June 2022. The loan margin accounted for an average of 0.82 percentage points, compared to 0.7 percentage points a year earlier. . Finland’s leading mortgage lender OP Financial Group has reported that it granted 15 […]

  • The cyber attack targets the news agency STT

    The cyber attack targets the news agency STT

    News agency STT shut down part of its systems on Friday as a result of a malicious attack on information systems. STT told Yle that it is investigating the possibility of a data leak with STT’s CEO Kimmo Laaksonen the organization had been in contact with the authorities after the breach. It is not uncommon […]

  • My funny wife

    My funny wife

    In Tobias Aspelin’s documentary, we get to follow how his wife Malin Appeltofft transforms the gray and tiring everyday life into colorful jokes that make the audience squirm with laughter. But Malin is mostly offered small gigs and never really gets to get into the heat of the big clubs. Now her 10 years of […]

  • Confucius Institutes: A Trojan Horse That Breaches the Security of Nations Worldwide

    Confucius Institutes: A Trojan Horse That Breaches the Security of Nations Worldwide

    Peking [China]July 28 (ANI): The Confucius Institutes have been the subject of far more serious charges than being an instrument of propaganda. With about 530 Confucius Institutes globally, these centers have come under heavy scrutiny for allegations of spying, espionage and academic censorship among other allegations, The HK Post reported. These conspicuous institutes have often […]

  • Conservative Liz Truss, leader in the PM race, sees an end to EU laws

    Conservative Liz Truss, leader in the PM race, sees an end to EU laws

    LONDON, England: The leading candidate to succeed Boris Johnson as British prime minister, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, said that if she becomes leader of the Conservative Party, she will eliminate all remaining EU laws still in force in Britain by 2023. Truss and former finance minister Rishi Sunak are competing to win the votes of […]

  • Consumer confidence at its lowest ever – Statistics Denmark

    Consumer confidence at its lowest ever – Statistics Denmark

    Danmarks Satistik announced that consumer confidence has hit minus 25.6 for July – the lowest figure since registrations began. It is therefore the third month in a row with historically low consumer confidence in Denmark. According to Kristian Skriver from Dansk Erhverv, the declining purchasing power is largely to blame. “The historically high price increases […]

  • Finnair thoroughly re-evaluates its strategy due to the closed Russian airspace

    Finnair thoroughly re-evaluates its strategy due to the closed Russian airspace

    – We are working on a thorough strategy reform and aim to communicate our direction and the changes it brings more during the fall. Finnair reports that its second-quarter net sales increased by more than 390 percent from 112 million euros a year ago to 550 million euros as demand for air travel began to […]

  • Right now: The accused man in the Malin case is convicted

    Right now: The accused man in the Malin case is convicted

    The Court of Appeal for Nedre Norrland now announces the verdict in the Malin murder. The man who has been in custody awaiting sentencing has denied the murder of the 16-year-old girl in Husum in 1996. Hear Christian Dahlström, professor of law at Lund University about the verdict in Ekot’s live broadcast.

  • Finnair predicts a third year of losses, promises a new strategy

    Finnair predicts a third year of losses, promises a new strategy

    The national airline Finnair predicts that this year will be its third consecutive year of significant losses. On Tuesday, the company reported comparable operating losses of around 84 million euros in April-June, compared to 151 million euros a year earlier. It was worse than the analyst panel predicted, reports the financial newspaper Kauppalehti. It cites […]

  • EU Commissioner: Ukraine’s arms trade fuels violence in criminal networks in the European Union

    EU Commissioner: Ukraine’s arms trade fuels violence in criminal networks in the European Union

    Such smuggling “fuels violence in criminal networks in the European Union”, Johansson said, adding that the center will be a “one-stop shop” that will allow the EU’s border agency Frontex to support local border agencies and enable Europol. to share information. An EU official highlighted the differences in the arms trade process: “It’s hard to […]

  • Traffic picks up at Russian border crossings

    Traffic picks up at Russian border crossings

    Southeastern Finland’s border crossings have reported a slight increase in traffic over the weekend as Russia waived Covid restrictions. Since Friday, the number of crossings has increased by about 10 percent. On both Saturday and Sunday, around 7,000-8,000 people crossed the border from Russia to Finland. About 80 percent of those who crossed were Russian […]

  • Hundreds of melanoma cases in Finland may have gone undiagnosed due to the Covid crisis

    Hundreds of melanoma cases in Finland may have gone undiagnosed due to the Covid crisis

    Hundreds of melanoma cases may have remained undiagnosed in Finland in 2020 as the Covid pandemic slowed down healthcare services, Finnish cancer organizations estimate. In 2020, skin cancer was diagnosed in 826 Finnish men and 717 women — or a total of slightly more than 1,500 cases — compared to the normal average of nearly […]

  • THL is looking into speeding up the fourth vaccination for people over 60

    THL is looking into speeding up the fourth vaccination for people over 60

    THL is currently investigating the possibility of municipalities starting vaccinations on an accelerated schedule. It announced last week that it plans to offer the fourth vaccine to everyone 65 or older starting in mid-August and to everyone 60 or older starting in early September. Minister of Family and Social Affairs Aki Lindén (SDP) told the […]