Finnish newspapers consider possible scenarios if Finland joins NATO but Sweden does not.
Yellow weather alerts are currently in effect for almost the entire country, which the Icelandic Meteorological Office forecasts do not herald good weather. Alerts will be in effect today and tomorrow. A weather warning is in effect for Strandir and the north-west and north-east until tonight. South to southwest winds of 15 to 25 are […]
On the night of January 26, there will be a power outage in Ásbrú, Höfn and the surrounding area will be without electricity and cold water. The reason is the repair of a fault found in the Ásbrú substation. According to the Reykjanesbær website, there will be a power outage to Ásbrú while replacing the […]
Performance Preview: Different surroundings, but the same high level of quality from a playwright who knows his technique
Not all stories set on Mars are like ‘War of the Worlds’, the classic HG Wells novel written in the 1890s that changed the way we thought about outer space forever. Granted, some are just as far-fetched, like ‘Total Recall’, while others are more realistic, like the recent Ridley Scott film ‘The Martian’. But rarely […]
The defending champions are in the quarterfinals. Denmark, who won the men’s handball world championships in 2019 and 2021, advanced to the round of 16 with a 30-25 win against Egypt on Monday night. The Danes managed a game in which they were never behind the North African champions. Simon Pytlick, the player of the […]
The history of great events is worth remembering and drawing as many conclusions as possible from them. Such a case is the volcanic eruption on the island of Heimaey in the Vestmannaeyjar archipelago, which began half a century ago, on the night of January 23, 1973. It’s still amazing that no one died then. The […]
Monday is the first time investigators have suggested the ship was unseaworthy when it left Tallinn on that stormy night in late September 1994.
Women are better than men – half the population already knew that. Or rather, they are less reckless, less selfish, less likely to cause a head-on bicycle collision on a moonless night in Christiania and less likely to consider 49 kroner for a set of bicycle lights daylight robbery at midnight in the center of […]
This week’s program examines THL’s decision to leave Twitter, reflects on the hectic start of the 2023 parliamentary election campaign, and tells about life in Lapland during the long polar night.
The weather will change overnight. A yellow weather alert will be in effect across the country. Wind direction north-east 5-13 m/s and partly cloudy. In the north and north-east snowfall in the first part of the day. Negative temperatures from -3 to -15 degrees. In the evening there will be stronger south and south-east winds, […]
It is on the night of Saturday, March 11, 1995 that the 29-year-old ice hockey player Peter Karlsson is found badly injured on a bicycle track in central Västerås. But the perpetrator cannot be far away. An anonymous tip points to a 19-year-old man with connections to a local Nazi gang. Since there are no […]
A series of earthquakes have been going on since Friday night north of Mount Herðubreið. In total, there were three earthquakes with a magnitude above three degrees, the largest of which was magnitude 4, which is the largest earthquake recorded at this location since the beginning of the measurements. More than 100 tremors have been […]
Tommy is considered one of Sweden’s worst robbers. Monica is his wife and accomplice. They spend the money on nightclubs, travel and expensive cars. When he is inside, she walks on the street. They are called Sweden’s Bonnie and Clyde. A program of Martin Jönsson Producer: Håkan Engström Final mix: Nima Shams The program is […]
The supermoon – a moon that looks slightly larger and brighter than usual – was last seen on June 12. After tonight, it will only be back on August 1, 2023 The science of the supermoonThe moon’s elongated orbit around the Earth means that the distance between the two celestial bodies varies during the month. […]
The Kainuu Border Guard District in Eastern Finland is investigating a group of four people suspected of crossing the Russian border without permission. The agency said it had received information about four foreigners who expressed interest in applying for asylum on Sunday night. The group is suspected of crossing the Russian border near the municipality […]
The first issue of Playboy was released in 1953 in the post-war United States and quickly became a great success – despite the in many ways puritanical social climate that prevailed then. Hugh Hefner is the founder and the strong, constantly radiant, outward face that breaks the code for the ultimate men’s magazine. Playboy will […]
Today, NATO foreign ministers have gathered in Germany’s capital Berlin. Both Sweden’s and Finland’s foreign ministers were present and Sweden’s foreign minister Ann Linde will meet with Turkey’s foreign minister there tonight to clarify the country’s attitude to a possible Swedish application for membership in NATO. Listen to our reporter Pontus Matsson’s interview with the […]
Cornelia Jakobs with the song “Hold me closer” has been a real pre-favorite in the Eurovision Song Contest for several weeks. Sweden competes in the second semifinal which takes place on Thursday night in Turin. Swedish Radio is on site in Italy and broadcasts all competitions both on radio, on the web and in our […]