Tag: Peru

  • The share of women among the candidates in the 2023 parliamentary elections is 42.9 percent

    The share of women among the candidates in the 2023 parliamentary elections is 42.9 percent

    The growth of women’s participation in parliamentary elections began in the 1970s, when the percentage of female candidates exceeded 40% for the first time in the 1991 elections. Since then, the percentage has hovered around 40 percent for a long time, but now it has crossed the threshold for the 2019 and 2023 elections. The […]

  • Retro arcade games are at the center of the University of Vaasa’s science fair, promoting education and future learning

    Retro arcade games are at the center of the University of Vaasa’s science fair, promoting education and future learning

    from electronics and biomechanics to game design and even space exploration. The games offer participants the opportunity to experience, learn and imagine through an interactive and immersive game. In addition to their educational potential, these retro games have a unique social learning value. They act as social magnets, attracting people of all ages and backgrounds […]

  • Almost 500 entrepreneurs are running in the parliamentary elections

    Almost 500 entrepreneurs are running in the parliamentary elections

    Next are Kokooomus with 70 candidates and Liike Nyt with 64 candidates. Liike Nyt has the largest share of entrepreneur candidates, with 37% of candidates being entrepreneurs. CEO of Suomen Yrittäjät ry Mikael Pentikäinen expressed his satisfaction with the increase in entrepreneur candidates and said that “entrepreneurs are a significant group of candidates in several […]

  • 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.

  • YLE: The difference between the top three parties in Finland is less than 2 points, with one month left until the elections

    YLE: The difference between the top three parties in Finland is less than 2 points, with one month left until the elections

    Kokooma’s support decreased by 0.8 points to 20.8 percent. SDP and Perussuomalaiset vote with 19.9 percent and 19.0 percent after an increase of 0.8 and 0.6 points. The national coalition has remained at the top of the poll since May 2021. The right-wing opposition party, which has long supported joining NATO, saw its popularity peak […]

  • Young adults underrepresented in candidate selection – in the spring 2023 parliamentary elections, only 10.7% of the candidates are under 30 years old

    Young adults underrepresented in candidate selection – in the spring 2023 parliamentary elections, only 10.7% of the candidates are under 30 years old

    Although the number of young candidates has slightly increased since the 2019 parliamentary elections, where there were 259 candidates under the age of 30 (10.5% of all candidates), only eight of them (4% of all elected) managed to get a seat. in the parliament. In the 2023 parliamentary elections, the Greens have nominated the most […]

  • Yle poll: NCP, SDP and Perussuomalaiset share the lead before the April elections

    Yle poll: NCP, SDP and Perussuomalaiset share the lead before the April elections

    The support of the three largest parties was around 20 percent, and the support of all other parties was in the single digits.

  • The Constitutional Law Committee suspends its work to reform the Sámi assemblies

    The Constitutional Law Committee suspends its work to reform the Sámi assemblies

    Helsingin sanomat newspaper reported that the fate of the bill could be decided in the absence of two members of the Social Democratic Party’s deputy committee, Johannes Koskinen and Merja Mäkisalo-Ropponen. Tuula Väätäinen (SDP) was absent from the vote, but since both of his deputies could not attend the meeting, he was replaced Markus Lohithe […]

  • Basic Finns dominate the media in Finland’s election news

    Basic Finns dominate the media in Finland’s election news

    The party has also attracted attention with the debates on the NATO membership debates and the debates on the Translaw Act and the Sámi assemblies. The analysis covers domestic editorial media coverage of the parliamentary elections from January 1 to February 19, 2023. Basic Finns accounted for 19% of all party mentions in the coverage […]

  • ATP roundup: Jiri Lehecka upsets Doha top seed Andrey Rublev

    ATP roundup: Jiri Lehecka upsets Doha top seed Andrey Rublev

    Jiri Lehecka of the Czech Republic took down Russian No. 1 seed Andrey Rublev 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the quarterfinals of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open on Thursday in Doha. Rublev, who survived a third-set tiebreak to defeat Dutch opponent Tallon Griekspoor in the previous round, fired 10 aces but was unable to break Lehecka’s serve […]

  • Survey of MPs on Twitter 2022: Basic Finns rule – Marin carries SDP alone

    Survey of MPs on Twitter 2022: Basic Finns rule – Marin carries SDP alone

    Like MPs, there are big differences between parties in the activity and effectiveness of Twitter use. Of all the parties, the Finns party was far ahead of the others on Twitter. MPs are fairly active Twitter users, and 188 out of 200 MPs have a Twitter account. But there are big differences in the ability […]

  • Inflation to a 40-year high, family planning and more wind power: Finland in the world press

    Inflation to a 40-year high, family planning and more wind power: Finland in the world press

    In addition, Nieminen says that the rise in consumer prices started in the second half of 2021. Due to the Ukraine crisis and subsequent international sanctions, prices rose steadily in May. The main reason for inflation in 2022 was the rise in loan interest rates and the rise in food and energy prices. The peak […]

  • Marin calls Perus Finns racists and refers to the statements of some legislators

    Marin calls Perus Finns racists and refers to the statements of some legislators

    The Prime Minister referred, for example, to the desire of the populist right-wing opposition party to exclude some nationalities from social security and added that he hoped that the party would not consider some population groups more valuable than others. He also elaborated on his earlier remark that there is no possibility of a government […]

  • The three Finnish parties cannot imagine governing with the Basic Finns

    The three Finnish parties cannot imagine governing with the Basic Finns

    “I simply don’t understand how it could be possible,” he said in the election debate hosted by Ilta-Sanomie. Minister of Education Lee Andersson (LA) and Minister of Environment and Climate Change Maria Ohisalo On Tuesday, (the Greens) ruled out coalition cooperation with the Basic Finns in the same way. Minister of Justice Anna-Maja Henriksson (SFP) […]

  • Science collection: Danish brain researchers play a key role in redrawing the map in the fight against diseases such as Alzheimer’s and MS

    Science collection: Danish brain researchers play a key role in redrawing the map in the fight against diseases such as Alzheimer’s and MS

    American and Danish scientists did not expect to make a surprising new discovery when they chose to remove the brain from a cadaver by cutting off the entire head. Normally, researchers just remove the brain, but by cutting off the entire head, it revealed a layer of cells not previously discovered: a fourth meninge that […]

  • The World Cup that made Pele “immortal”

    The World Cup that made Pele “immortal”

    Football legend Pele, who died on December 29, went down in history not only as an incredible striker but also as the only man to win the World Cup three times. FRANCE 24 takes a look back at the three World Cups that would result in Fifa naming Pele “the immortal”. PeleThe WC’s undisputed ambassador, […]

  • Voters everywhere made the world a safer place in 2022

    Voters everywhere made the world a safer place in 2022

    The election results in the year now ending give cause for hope for democracy, which Alan Austin reports. AUSTRALIA, Brazil, Malaysia and Colombia all voted in reformist governments this year, after years of corrupt conservative right-wing rule. Progressive governments returned with strong mandates in Portugal, Malta and Denmark. Women were elected national leaders for the […]

  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises Danes caught up in Peru chaos to be patient

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises Danes caught up in Peru chaos to be patient

    At least 20 Danish citizens are believed to be in the touristic area near Machu Picchu in Peru, where a nationwide state of emergency has been called after the ouster of the now former president Pedro Castillo. The Danes are 20 of around 800 tourists who have been stranded since Tuesday, and the Ministry of […]

  • This BANNED book helped ancient Russians understand the universe

    This BANNED book helped ancient Russians understand the universe

    Since ordinary people did not understand complicated church texts, the authorities tried to explain all possible phenomena in a more accessible and comprehensible way. This gave rise to a unique set of teachings. Slavic pagan mythology had its own explanations of important cosmogonic and anthropological questions, including how the world and various natural phenomena arose, […]

  • 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 […]

  • Belgium begins trial against Brussels bombings

    Belgium begins trial against Brussels bombings

    BRUSSELS – Belgium is opening its biggest-ever trial on Monday to determine whether 10 men played a role in the 2016 Islamist suicide bombings in Brussels that killed 32 people and injured more than 300. More than six years after the attacks, President Laurence Massart will on Monday confirm the identities of all parties in […]

  • A new analysis shows that the pandemic did not dampen deforestation

    A new analysis shows that the pandemic did not dampen deforestation

    Determining whether deforestation observed in 2020 deviated from expected trends since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported required analyzing the loss of tree cover over time at both regional and national levels in the Americas, Africa and Asia, as well as Brazil. Colombia, Peru, Democratic Republic of Congo and Indonesia. “It wasn’t particularly surprising […]

  • Danish News Round-Up: Historic increase in economic inequality

    Danish News Round-Up: Historic increase in economic inequality

    The gap between rich and poor has never been greater in Denmark – or at least it was the case last year, when the economy boomed, reports Denmark’s statistics. The results are based on the increase in the Gini coefficient – a measure of income inequality in a country. In a country where everyone is […]

  • World Cup 2022: Will the hosts of Qatar be …

    World Cup 2022: Will the hosts of Qatar be …

    There is one thing we can all be sure of: this World Cup will be like no other. And most of that boils down to the choice of Qatar, the first debutant hosts of the World Cup since Italy in 1934 and the organizers of the shortest tournament (just 29 days) since Argentina in 1978. […]

  • Maailman näköpäivä 2022: Seuraa näitä 6 vinkkiä paremman näön saavuttamiseksi

    Maailman näköpäivä 2022: Seuraa näitä 6 vinkkiä paremman näön saavuttamiseksi

    Päivä on merkittävä tilaisuus lisätä tietoisuutta rutiininomaisten näöntarkastusten tärkeydestä, sillä ne ovat ratkaisevan tärkeitä silmien terveyden ylläpitämisen kannalta, erityisesti ihmisillä, jotka ovat alttiita sairastumaan tai joilla on kroonisia sairauksia, kuten diabetes. Näkö on tärkein aistimme, koska näkömme ohjaa havainnointiamme. Hyvin harvat ihmiset ovat kuitenkin tietoisia siitä, että silmät ovat ensimmäisiä aistielimiä, jotka sairastuvat ja vaurioituvat […]

  • Saarikko: Valtiovarainministeriön budjettiesitys panostaa kasvuun, turvallisuuteen ja omavaraisuuteen

    Saarikko: Valtiovarainministeriön budjettiesitys panostaa kasvuun, turvallisuuteen ja omavaraisuuteen

    Matkakuluvähennyksen enimmäismäärä on nostettu tänä vuonna 7 000 eurosta 8 400 euroon ja biopolttoaineiden jakeluvelvoite alennettu 7,5 prosenttiin tänä ja ensi vuonna. Valtiovarainministeriö esittää, että poliisin määrärahoja korotetaan 18 miljoonalla eurolla tämän kevään puiteistunnossa päätettyyn verrattuna ja 780 miljoonalla eurolla varataan Ukrainan sotaa pakenevien ihmisten kotoutumisen auttamiseksi ja edistämiseksi. Puhtaiden teknologioiden, toimitusvarmuuden ja energiaomavaraisuuden edistämiseen […]

  • Yle’s survey: NCP again in the lead, the center loses to SDP and Perussuomalai

    Yle’s survey: NCP again in the lead, the center loses to SDP and Perussuomalai

    The main opposition party (NCP) was still the most popular party in Finland last month with a 23.4 percent position, according to Yle’s monthly survey published on Thursday. Tuomo TurjaThe director of economic research told Yle that the party’s support is still there "unusually high" in July, noting that the last time a similar number […]

  • HS poll: NCP is still the top party

    HS poll: NCP is still the top party

    Kokooomus (NKP) is still the most popular party in Finland, according to a voter survey conducted by Finland’s largest circulation newspaper Helsingin Sanomat in July. The support of the center-right opposition party decreased slightly, but it still has a clear lead. A poll released on Saturday showed 23.9 percent support for the NCP. Compared to […]

  • The Finnish opposition thanks the committee’s report on reforming the Border Guard Act

    The Finnish opposition thanks the committee’s report on reforming the Border Guard Act

    Both Perussuomalaiset and Kokoomus hailed the result as a great victory, saying that they had succeeded in making amendments to the government’s proposal that would allow the border to be closed to asylum seekers if a hostile campaign against Finland is carried out. Parliament is scheduled to vote on the proposal next week. “This was […]

  • Flatlining to fabulous: how Eriksen’s Denmark is now among the ten most likely teams to win the World Cup 2022

    Flatlining to fabulous: how Eriksen’s Denmark is now among the ten most likely teams to win the World Cup 2022

    On 12 June, it was a whole year ago that Christian Eriksen collapsed with a cardiac arrest at Parken Stadion during his country’s opening match at the European Championships 2020. In the following hour his life was in balance; a nation’s collective thoughts made him pull through and live. Denmark continued to lose the match […]

  • The most beautiful island monasteries in Russia

    The most beautiful island monasteries in Russia

    During the tsarist period, they were major religious centers and pilgrimages. During the Soviet era, they were converted into prisons, military schools and homes for people with disabilities. Valaam Monastery Kremlin.ru One of Russia’s most famous monasteries is located on the islands in the Valaam archipelago in the northern part of Lake Ladoga. According to […]

  • YLE: Most Finnish legislators are in favor of strengthening the fence at the eastern border

    YLE: Most Finnish legislators are in favor of strengthening the fence at the eastern border

    The control of the border between Finland and Russia has broken into the political debate for several reasons: the possibility of a hybrid operation to bring refugees to the border, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and Finland’s and Sweden’s aspirations to join NATO. Earlier this spring, the Border Guard began investigating and planning the possible strengthening […]

  • An increase in fuel prices to 3 euros per liter is not impossible, the expert tells YLE

    An increase in fuel prices to 3 euros per liter is not impossible, the expert tells YLE

    The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) concluded earlier this month increase oil production by 648,000 barrels per day in July and August. The increase is not enough to compensate for the decline in Russian oil production and use, nor to lower consumer prices for fuels, according to Lehmus. He said the United States […]

  • Vedenlaaturaportti: Suomen uimavesi on puhdasta

    Vedenlaaturaportti: Suomen uimavesi on puhdasta

    Euroopan ympäristökeskuksen (EEA) äskettäin julkaiseman raportin mukaan vesi on lähes kaikilla Suomen yleisillä uimarannoilla turvallista uimiseen. Viime kesän mittausten perusteella Suomi sijoittui rantojen kokonaislaadussa 11. sijalle, ja 88 prosenttia rannoista arvioitiin raportissa erinomaiseksi. Itävalta ja Malta nousivat kärkeen, ja niissä oli eniten loistaviksi luokiteltuja rantoja. Suomen rannoista ja uimapaikoista 95 prosenttia sijoittui raportissa aiempien vuosien […]

  • Yle’s party poll: NCP rises to record support, center loses foothold

    Yle’s party poll: NCP rises to record support, center loses foothold

    Differences in support for Finland’s most important parties have increased. The largest opposition party, the NCP, has widened the gap between it and the prime minister Sanna MarinThe Social Democrats are more than seven percentage points away, while the SDP has moved almost four percentage points past the second main opposition group, the Basic Finns. […]

  • The world does not share the West’s negative view of the Russia survey

    Western countries are more likely to have a bad attitude towards Russia, according to a global survey Negative views about Russia are mainly limited to US-allied Western states, a new global survey conducted by a NATO-linked lobby group has shown. At the same time, the so-called Alliance of Democracies Foundation discovered that Asian countries maintain […]

  • Negative view of Russia limited to survey in some states

    Negative view of Russia limited to survey in some states

    Western liberal democracies are more likely to have a negative attitude towards Russia, according to a global survey Negative views on Russia are mainly limited to Western liberal democracies, a new global survey by the Alliance of Democracies Foundation has found. At the same time, Asian countries maintain strong support for Russia, while Latin American […]

  • Museo tutkii ikonisen patsaan vaurioita jääkiekkojuhlien jälkeen

    Museo tutkii ikonisen patsaan vaurioita jääkiekkojuhlien jälkeen

    Maanmittaajat arvioivat, aiheutuiko ikoniselle Havis Amanda -patsaalle vaurioita Helsingin keskustassa sunnuntai-iltana ja maanantaiaamuna, kun jääkiekkofanit juhlivat Suomen voittoa maailmanmestaruudesta. Helsingin kaupunki oli pystyttänyt vaneriaidat suojelemaan patsasta, josta on tullut suosittu kokoontumispaikka ja juhlia suomalaista menestystä – yleensä kansainvälisen urheilun voiton jälkeen – patsaalle kiipeämällä ja suihkulähteessä uimalla. Aidat kuitenkin kaatuivat, kun tuhannet ihmiset kokoontuivat torille. […]

  • Paluu perinteisiin äitienpäiväjuhliin pandemiatauon jälkeen

    Paluu perinteisiin äitienpäiväjuhliin pandemiatauon jälkeen

    Tämä äitienpäivä presidentti Sauli Niinistö jakaa jälleen mitalit ansioituneille äideille Helsingin Säätytalossa, ohitettuaan henkilökohtaiset seremoniat sekä vuosina 2020 että 2021. Sunnuntaina 30 suomalaista äitiä saa Suomen Valkoisen Ruusun I luokan mitalin kultaisella ristillä. Mitalit jaetaan äideille, jotka ovat merkittävästi edistäneet lasten kasvattamista. Tänä vuonna saajat tulevat eri taustoista, mukaan lukien saamelaisäiti, jolla on suuri perhe, […]

  • Police: No intentional traffic accident in Helsinki on Saturday

    Police: No intentional traffic accident in Helsinki on Saturday

    “There has been no sign that the man has deliberately tried to drive over people.” Lasse LagerbohmSenior Investigator in charge of the Helsinki Police Department’s preliminary investigation, stated To YLE on Tuesday. “We have some idea of ​​the reasons for the incident, but the investigation is still in its infancy.” Read more: Three injured when […]

  • Vote: 55% support for the Marin government, support for the SDP, Greens up

    Vote: 55% support for the Marin government, support for the SDP, Greens up

    The latest semi-annual survey, called the Party Barometer, shows stronger support from the Prime Minister Sanna MarinSDP and government partner with Greens compared to last fall. The majority of respondents, 55 per cent, said Marin’s five-party center-left government has done well or fairly well. At the same time, 37 percent were dissatisfied. Highest approval since […]

  • Sports Round-Up: Awarding World Cup games bad news for the many who do not subscribe to TV2

    Sports Round-Up: Awarding World Cup games bad news for the many who do not subscribe to TV2

    Similarly for women’s EuroTV2 has the rights to Denmark’s next match (France) on 25 November at 17.00, before DR takes over the third match on 30 November at 16.00 against either Peru, Australia or the UAE. Should Denmark get out of the group, the two TV stations will change each round, with TV2 starting with […]

  • WC 2018: Denmark, France, Australia, Peru;  WC 2022: Denmark, France, Australia / Peru… WTF, FIFA !!

    WC 2018: Denmark, France, Australia, Peru; WC 2022: Denmark, France, Australia / Peru… WTF, FIFA !!

    Last night, Denmark was presented with a very well-known World Cup group. In 2018, they were drawn against France, Australia and Peru, and just the three teams came out of the hat again for 2022. The only difference is that Australia and Peru along with the United Arab Emirates are fighting for only one seat. […]

  • Nations learn Qatar World Cup fate

    Nations learn Qatar World Cup fate

    The draw for the 2022 FIFA World Cup has revealed the groups for the countries that will compete in Qatar The draw for the 2022 World Cup has created a number of exciting group stage competitions, including a clash between the United States and Iran, while the European giants Spain and Germany have ended up […]

  • Logistiikkasektori saa 95 miljoonaa euroa polttoainekustannuksiin ja vihreään siirtymiseen

    Logistiikkasektori saa 95 miljoonaa euroa polttoainekustannuksiin ja vihreään siirtymiseen

    Perjantaina valtiovarainministerin johtama ministerivaliokunta Annika Saarikko (Cen) päätti toimenpiteistä kuljetus- ja logistiikka-alan toiminnan turvaamiseksi. Ministeriön valmiustyöryhmä perustettiin maaliskuun alussa käsittelemään Venäjän hyökkäyksen vaikutuksia Ukrainaan. Työ- ja elinkeinoministeriö valmistelee kuljetusyrityksille tilapäistä jopa 75 miljoonan euron tukipakettia. Taloudellinen tuki kattaa tämän vuoden tammikuun ja maaliskuun välisen ajanjakson, josta tiedotetaan myöhemmin. Lisäksi hallitus valmistelee 20 miljoonan euron tukipakettia […]

  • Sports rounds: Denmark is seeded in second place for the draw for the WC 2022

    Sports rounds: Denmark is seeded in second place for the draw for the WC 2022

    Draw lots tonight at 18.00When you keep in mind that no group may consist of more than two teams from Europe and a team from the other world football federations – so Brazil or Iran can not be drawn with a team from their own football federation – a future dream draw for Denmark might […]

  • Suomen ja Venäjän rajan ylittävä kanava avataan uudelleen ilman pakotteita

    Suomen ja Venäjän rajan ylittävä kanava avataan uudelleen ilman pakotteita

    Saimaan kanava avataan virallisesti jälleen maanantaina, vaikka liikenteen palautuminen riippuu jää- ja sääolosuhteista. Kanavaviranomaiset ilmoittivat perjantaina, että vuotuinen liikennekausi rajan ylittävällä vesiväylällä alkaa 28. maaliskuuta. Jäänmurto kanavalla ei kuitenkaan ole vielä alkanut. Mukaan Juuso KummalaLiikenneviraston (FTIA) infrastruktuurin pääsy- ja tiedotusjohtajan mukaan jäänmurtoyritykset näkevät Saimaan kanavalle tulemisen riskialttiina. "He pelkäävät, että merestä saapuvat jäänmurtaja-alukset voivat jäädä […]

  • Ylen Gallup: NCP stretches lead over SDP, Greens’ support drops further

    Ylen Gallup: NCP stretches lead over SDP, Greens’ support drops further

    The Coalition Party (NKP) once again rose to number one in Yle’s latest monthly poll and strengthens the NCP’s position as Finland’s most popular party. The Petteri Orpoparty has now stretched its lead over the second-placed SDP led by the prime minister Sanna Marinto four percentage points. NCP support rose 1.4 percentage points from the […]

  • The center is closer to Perussuomalainen in the HS survey

    The center is closer to Perussuomalainen in the HS survey

    The populist right-wing party dominated at one point more than 10 points ahead of the center. The Coalition Party and the Social Democrats are still Finland’s two most popular parties, with the former supported by 21.9 per cent (+0.5 pps) and the latter by 19.1 per cent (-0.2 pps). The National Alliance has remained at […]

  • Basic Finnish Halla-aho to chair the Foreign Affairs Committee

    Basic Finnish Halla-aho to chair the Foreign Affairs Committee

    Member of Parliament and former leader of the Perussuomalainen party Jussi Halla-aho is set to replace Mika Niikko as chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs. Chairman of the Finnish Party Riikka Purra confirmed the news to Yle as the first news of Helsingin Sanomat. "The official decision will, of course, be made at […]

  • Basic Finns leave a motion of censure on fuel and electricity prices

    Basic Finns leave a motion of censure on fuel and electricity prices

    The opposition Basic Finns announced that they were leaving an interpellation, which is the first step towards a motion of censure on the Prime Minister’s government. Sanna Marin (SDP) on the issue of fuel and electricity prices and its view of the government’s inability to respond to the situation. According to the chairman of Basic […]

  • The support of basic Finns has decreased, says YLE’s survey

    The support of basic Finns has decreased, says YLE’s survey

    Tuomo TurjaThe research director of Economic Research told YLE that the people of Perussuomalainen are pouring support in many directions, especially to the Coalition Party, Now Movement and Power Belongs to the People, which was founded by a Member of Parliament who was kicked out by Perussuomalainen in 2002. February 2021 Ano Turtiainen. Turja saw […]

  • Stora Enso, SSAB:n ennätysjälkeinen tulos;  Wärtsilä nousi 53 %

    Stora Enso, SSAB:n ennätysjälkeinen tulos; Wärtsilä nousi 53 %

    Suurimmalle osalle suomalaisista pörssiyhtiöistä nyt kolmatta vuotta alkava koronaviruskausi on ollut kannattava. Tämä trendi jatkuu perjantaina julkistettujen neljännen vuosineljänneksen tulosten perusteella. Metsäteollisuusjätti Stora Enso teki koko viime vuoden kaikkien aikojen parhaan liiketuloksensa. Se nousi 650 miljoonalla eurolla 1,5 miljardiin euroon. Liikevaihto kasvoi 19 prosenttia vuodentakaisesta lähes 11 miljardiin euroon. Vuoden 2021 loppu toi sellun ja […]

  • Areas growing coffee, cashew nuts and avocados are changing due to climate change: Research

    Areas growing coffee, cashew nuts and avocados are changing due to climate change: Research

    Coffee, cashew nuts and avocados are important crops for consumers and tropical smallholder farmers around the world. Extensive research suggests that climate change is reducing the suitability of growing arabica, the dominant coffee species, in most of the areas where it is currently grown. However, such studies have not taken into account soil and soil […]

  • Yle’s election analysis: Marin v Orpo, Keskusta v Finns, coalition clashes

    Yle’s election analysis: Marin v Orpo, Keskusta v Finns, coalition clashes

    Yle will host a leadership debate on the Thursday evening before the last polling day for the provincial election on Sunday, January 23, and a party poll published earlier in the day will add new dimensions to the debate. Opposition Party (NCP), led by Petteri Orpo, reached the top of the vote again and increased […]

  • Friday’s newspapers: More on Prime Minister’s NATO statement, small town concerns, continued vaccine hesitation

    Friday’s newspapers: More on Prime Minister’s NATO statement, small town concerns, continued vaccine hesitation

    Friday’s newspapers continue to react to the nuances in the foreign and security policy statements of Finland’s leaders, with NATO and Russia still as the main issues. The prime minister spoke to the news agency Reuters on Wednesday Sanna Marin said it is "really unlikely" that Finland would apply for NATO membership at least during […]

  • Survey: Few believe that new regional governments will improve services

    Survey: Few believe that new regional governments will improve services

    Voting on new provincial powers, which oversee social, health and rescue services, will begin on Wednesday with extensive, long-planned administrative reform. sote). However, few Finns seem to be confident that the new structure will actually improve the availability and quality of these services. In a survey released by the Municipal Development Foundation on Sunday, only […]

  • 28 percent of Pakistanis believe that the covid-19 pandemic has ended, according to the survey

    28 percent of Pakistanis believe that the covid-19 pandemic has ended, according to the survey

    Islamabad [Pakistan]January 3 (ANI): A survey of a market research company in 34 countries showed that Pakistan had the highest percentage of those who thought the pandemic was over. The investigation, entitled “Covid-19: Will the Pandemic Ever End and How Will We Know?” conducted by Ipsos showed that 28 percent of Pakistanis were of the […]

  • Espoo presents the Hurraa award to the Moniko School Center

    Espoo presents the Hurraa award to the Moniko School Center

    The committee justifies Moniko’s choice on the grounds that the old part, a protected building, has been successfully merged into the new house. According to the committee, the result is a nice combination of buildings. The plural consists of a new building and the old Leppävaara primary school, which was completed in 1939 and has […]

  • On screens in December • The actor’s lottery: For every loving emotion, hundreds end up lost

    On screens in December • The actor’s lottery: For every loving emotion, hundreds end up lost

    Blink and you will miss it, but in episode 12 of the British classic sitcom The Office, a journalist shows up to interview David Brent. It coincides with the leader being told that his services will not be needed again as a motivational speaker. It’s an unfortunate appearance by a 28-year-old actress in what is […]

  • Wednesday’s newspapers: Tunnel voting, dark November and a fair game of football

    Wednesday’s newspapers: Tunnel voting, dark November and a fair game of football

    Helsingin sanomat newspaper write that the fate of the controversial new traffic tunnel in the Helsinki Sörnäinen area will be decided at a city council meeting on Wednesday evening. The HS called the members of the council to get an idea of ​​how the vote could go, and found that a majority was going to […]

  • Political parties recruit candidates "of all" election

    Political parties recruit candidates "of all" election

    Finland’s main parties are stepping up their efforts to recruit as many candidates as possible after the county council elections in just over two months. Voters will go on January 23, 2022 to vote for members of the Provincial Assembly who are responsible for providing social and health services. See Yle News’ very simple election […]

  • Hope is eroded when COP26 climate promises fall away

    Hope is eroded when COP26 climate promises fall away

    GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – Hopes that the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow will result in a new agreement on a significant reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions, after China and Russia declined to attend the conference and India’s promises did not live up to expectations . The summit began on Monday when dozens of world leaders […]

  • The son of an FP politician is sentenced to four years in prison for drug offenses

    The son of an FP politician is sentenced to four years in prison for drug offenses

    The District Court of Southwest Finland has sentenced a son of a basic Finnish politician to four years’ imprisonment for importing and selling drugs. The 27-year-old man is due to serve his sentence in Turku Prison. He must also pay the state the financial benefits he received from his crimes. He had imported more than […]

  • The son of a PS politician receives a four-year prison sentence for drug offenses

    The son of a PS politician receives a four-year prison sentence for drug offenses

    The District Court of Southwest Finland has sentenced a son of a basic Finnish politician to four years’ imprisonment for importing and selling drugs. The 27-year-old man is due to serve his sentence in Turku Prison. He must also pay the state the financial benefits he received from his crimes. He had imported more than […]

  • Eastern High Court upholds detention sentence for medical murder

    Eastern High Court upholds detention sentence for medical murder

    – It must be clear to everyone that Timo is a very dangerous man, said prosecutor Nanna la Cour during her procedure, where she filed a claim for detention. The killer arrived on the night of 30 April 2019 at the house in Tisvildeleje where the 58-year-old Charlotte Asperud lived. According to his own statement, […]

  • Hurling struck Helsinki for the first time

    Hurling struck Helsinki for the first time

    Minority sports have struggled to keep players and teams together during a pandemic. Gatherings have been limited, training difficult, and facilities have been closed for long periods of time. Add to the mixture the fact that only a few dozen Finns play sports, and you have something like the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) enthusiasts encounter. […]

  • Copenhagen 2021 Performance Review: Hot night at the Folketeatret a reminder that if Hollywood made porn, it would never end well

    Copenhagen 2021 Performance Review: Hot night at the Folketeatret a reminder that if Hollywood made porn, it would never end well

    Neil LaBute’s ‘The Money Shot’, which plays for two more days / three more performances at the Folketeatret, is reminiscent of the brilliant first series of the David Duchovny show ‘Californification’, where a new arrival in Los Angeles lights fireworks everywhere he goes . Only this time the interloper in ‘Valley of the Half Dogs’ […]

  • Denmark, Sweden and Belgium turn red on latest Czech Covid -19 travel map – Prague, Czech Republic

    Denmark, Sweden and Belgium turn red on latest Czech Covid -19 travel map – Prague, Czech Republic

    Travelers from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania and San Marino will face increased restrictions when they arrive in the Czech Republic from next week. These countries will move from medium-risk orange to high-risk red on the latest Czech Covid-19 travel map, which will take effect from Monday. Austria, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Norway, Liechtenstein and Madeira will go […]

  • Kitchen Confidential: A guide to Danish cuisine

    Kitchen Confidential: A guide to Danish cuisine

    There is a loose understanding of Danish food culture that circulates in the general psyche. We know that Danes love pork, and we know of Danish cakes (which actually originated in Austria in the 1800s) – even though they are now so widespread that it still seems absurd to call them ‘Danish’. We also know […]

  • The Minister of Justice will anonymize health workers and officers

    In future, it should be easier for a group of public employees to have their names crossed out with a black ink when citizens seek access to documents. That is the ambition of Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup (S). The government is proposing to change the legislation so that the names of, for example, employees […]

  • New list of high-risk countries published by the Ministry of Health

    New list of high-risk countries published by the Ministry of Health

    The Ministry of Health has published a list of countries considered as high-risk areas. This will be used to determine which border operation rules will apply to people arriving from which countries. The list with the rules for crossing the border and restrictions for specific countries is valid from today. As stated on the official […]

  • Suomi on lehdistönvapaudessa toisella sijalla, mutta vihapuhe verkossa kasvava uhka

    Suomi on lehdistönvapaudessa toisella sijalla, mutta vihapuhe verkossa kasvava uhka

    Suomi on sijoittunut toiseksi vuonna 2021 World Press Freedom Index Toimittajat ilman rajoja (RSF) on koonnut, mutta kansalaisjärjestö varoitti, että suomalaiset tiedotusvälineet ovat yhä enemmän uhattuna online-vihapuheesta. Tämä pätee erityisesti sosiaalisen median alustoilla, mikä "lisätä disinformaatiota", RSF: t yhteenveto Suomi löytyi. "He ryhtyvät toteuttamatta asianmukaisia ​​ja vastuullisia toimenpiteitä [social media platforms] suvaitsevat käyttäjiä, jotka tavoittelevat […]

  • Every second Peruvian is expected to ignore the election

    Every second Peruvian is expected to ignore the election

    Peru goes to the presidential and congressional elections on Sunday, in the middle of the pandemic crisis. None of the presidential candidates have any major support among voters and almost every second Peruvian is expected to drop out or vote blank. Like many other observers, economist Hugo Cabieses describes the situation in the country as […]

  • Danish young people pull on their work clothes against sexual violence in Peru

    Danish young people pull on their work clothes against sexual violence in Peru

    But this year, Operation Dagsværk is quite different from previous years. The pandemic has put an effective stop to the usual work opportunities. That is why many young people have to work from home and for their parents, says campaign manager in Operation Dagsværk Marie Falck-Rasmussen. – The day will undeniably be something different. We […]

  • Accusations of forced sterilization against ex.  President

    Accusations of forced sterilization against ex. President

    In Peru, the country’s ex is accused. President Alberto Fujimori and three of his then-ministers for being behind the forced sterilization of thousands of Peruvian women in the 1990s. A lawsuit is now pending and one of the victims’ lawyers, Milton Campos, tells of a 33-year-old woman who died after the 1998 coercive intervention. Three […]

  • Former patient sentenced to custody for murder by doctor

    In April 2019, Nellemose approached Charlotte Asperud, who had forcibly admitted him five years earlier. She did so when he behaved aggressively and violently after a traffic accident. Nellemose was an experienced burglar, and armed with a crowbar, he broke into Asperud’s home on Aspevej in Tisvildeleje. Inside, he kicked open the door to Charlotte […]

  • OVERVIEW: The brutal murder of doctor Charlotte Asperud

    The order lists the evidence adduced during the trial which supports a conviction for murder: The 56-year-old killer arrived on the night of 30 April 2019 at the house on Aspevej 3 in Tisvildeleje, where Charlotte Asperud lived. According to his own statement, he wanted to “talk to her” about the treatment he received at […]

  • The 56-year-old is known guilty of killing a doctor in Tisvildeleje

    The man has admitted during the case that he killed Charlotte Asperud. But he has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter. Instead, he has claimed that there was violence resulting in death. The court’s ruling, however, states that it is “proven that the defendant intended to kill Charlotte Asperud when he awarded her the blows to […]

  • Vaccine scandal in Peru – Community leaders took the lead in the queue

    Vaccine scandal in Peru – Community leaders took the lead in the queue

    Hundreds of senior Peruvians were secretly vaccinated against covid-19 long before official vaccination began. The scandal has upset many in a country where 44,000 people have died in covid-19, of which more than 300 doctors who fought the virus in the front line. Two ministers have been forced to resign within a week.

  • The murder accused would sort out the threads with a doctor

    The murder accused would sort out the threads with a doctor

    The man is charged with murder, for which he denies guilt. However, he admits that he committed violence resulting in death. The man knew Charlotte Asperud in advance. She was one of the doctors who received him in the emergency room in February 2014 after a traffic accident that the man himself believed he had […]

  • 56-year-old man admits fatal violence against doctor in Tisvildeleje

    His lawyer, Karoline Døssing Normann, says this in court. Police found 58-year-old Charlotte Asperud in a horrific condition on the night of April 30, 2019. She was found in her home in Tisvildeleje. This is what senior complaint for North Zealand Police Bente Schnack says. The door had apparently been kicked open, and Charlotte Asperud […]

  • Live COVID-19 updates: Sweden reports four new cases with virus variants

    BEIJING, December 31 (Xinhua) – The following are the updates on the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. – – – – STOCKHOLM – Sweden has reported four cases of a new, more contagious COVID-19 variant that was first discovered in the UK, the country’s public health authority confirmed on Wednesday. “We always expected to […]

  • Forty countries plus ban travel from the UK, some include South Africa

    Forty countries plus ban travel from the UK, some include South Africa

    More than 40 countries have suspended travel from the UK in an attempt to contain a rapidly spreading new strain of coronavirus. Scotland had already closed its border with the rest of Britain. Here are some of the travel bans that have been announced so far. France France has stopped all travel from the UK […]

  • Conflict

    Conflict

    Participants: Anu Madgavkar, Indian researcher focusing on inequality in the labor market, affiliated with the consulting and analysis company McKinsey, Lena Ag, Director General of the Equality Authority, Åsa Regnér, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations and Deputy Head of UN Women, Katherine Soto, founder of the organization Mujeres Desaparicidas in Peru, Lena Johansson, preschool […]

  • Former Finnish party youth members fined for ethnic unrest over racist tweet

    Former Finnish party youth members fined for ethnic unrest over racist tweet

    Read more: Three face feeds from the tweet of the Finnish party’s racist campaign for young people (June 23, 2020) Finnish party youth say controversial tweet does not represent its values ​​(June 12, 2019) Finnish party youth may lose EUR 115,000 in support of racist campaign (tweet) (23 May 2019) The verdict relates to a […]

  • Uncertain future for Peru

    Uncertain future for Peru

    Peru is without a government after the interim president was forced to resign, after less than a week in power. Congress has failed to agree on a replacement. The resignation of the interim government came after major street protests where the country’s students were the main actors. One of them is Kévim Móri, who is […]

  • Customs rejects products containing excessive pesticides

    Customs rejects products containing excessive pesticides

    Finnish customs has rejected more foods containing pesticide residues by the end of October 2020 than the whole of last year, according to a press release published on Wednesday. In the fall, excessive pesticide residues were found in Chinese and Peruvian beans, Egyptian dates, Polish-grown tomatoes, fresh Asian dragon fruits, and dried chili peppers. A […]

  • Xinhua world news overview at 0530 GMT on 10 November

    LIMA – Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra said on Monday night that he will not question the congressional decision on prosecution and will “leave the presidential palace today.” Vizcarra made the remarks in a speech after a congressional vote to accuse him of bribery. (Peru Presidential indictment) – – – – BUENOS AIRES – Argentina reported […]

  • The president of Peru is forced to leave power

    The president of Peru is forced to leave power

    Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra has been ousted by Congress, accused of corruption. Martín Vizcarra, 57, who has been in power since 2018, was ousted last night on charges of receiving bribes from various construction companies in 2013 and 2014, when he was governor of the province of Moquegua. The President agreed a powerful speech before […]

  • Xinhua World News Overview at 0100 GMT on November 7

    ROME – The Chinese Embassy in Italy hosted a series of online activities on Friday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Italy. Chinese Ambassador Li Junhua, Italian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Manlio Di Stefano, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the […]

  • Important message to the public in Hörby in Hörby municipality, Skåne county.

    Important message to the public in Hörby in Hörby municipality, Skåne county.

    Latin America’s economies have been hit particularly hard by the corona pandemic, several reports show. The fall in GDP is expected to be much higher than in other parts of the world, and just over one in three Latin Americans is predicted to end up in poverty. Forecasts from the International Monetary Fund, the World […]

  • The world is becoming less tolerant of migrants: Gallup survey

    The world is becoming less tolerant of migrants: Gallup survey

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The world is becoming less tolerant of migrants, according to a poll released on Wednesday when Europe was ready to unveil a new asylum plan in the wake of a flame in a crowded camp in Greece that left thousands unprotected. – News about other media – Seven European countries, led by […]

  • President of Peru acquitted in the Supreme Court

    President of Peru acquitted in the Supreme Court

    Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra has survived the battle for his political future. He was acquitted in the Supreme Court trial that began yesterday. Even before the vote, the opposition had admitted that it would probably be difficult to overthrow the president. And the ten-hour debate did not convince enough members of the country’s Congress, only […]

  • The President of Peru is brought before the Supreme Court

    The President of Peru is brought before the Supreme Court

    Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra will later today be brought before a Supreme Court hearing after the country’s constitutional court voted down his desire to postpone the process, reports Reuters. Vizcarra is suspected, among other things, of having tried to prevent a corruption investigation against political officials The president himself denies the allegations and says he […]

  • Supreme Court trial against Peruvian president

    Supreme Court trial against Peruvian president

    In Peru, Congress has voted to initiate a federal lawsuit against the country’s president, Martin Vizcarra. He is accused of having tried to influence an ongoing corruption investigation where a singer was given a government contract to give motivational lectures. As proof there should be audio recordings where the president participates in talks about the […]