Tag: RNA

  • In Tampere, the population grew by almost 5,000 in 2022

    The positive development is due to the benefits obtained from internal migration and immigration, as the number of births fell below the number of deaths for the first time in 30 years. The city of Tampere has drawn up a demographic plan that reflects its expected and desired population development until 2040. Ahlgrén-Holappa said the […]

  • Street race of young drivers

    The collision happened in Seltjarnarnes yesterday at 12 o’clock at night on Norðurströnd. According to the traffic department of the capital area police, the driver of the other car is suspected to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and the matter will be investigated by the police. According to Vísir, the accident occurred […]

  • The court convicted two journalists of HS for revealing state secrets

    One of the defendants was fined for publishing an article about the intelligence agency in 2017, while charges against a third journalist were dropped.

  • Victoria Benedictsson – writer on life and death

    We would like to inform you that this episode contains depictions of suicidal thoughts and suicide. If you or someone you know needs someone to talk to, you can contact the Mind Suicide Line on telephone number 90101. In case of urgent suicide risk, you should call 112. The editorial staff for this section consists […]

  • Effective protected areas needed to prevent biodiversity loss: A review

    However, a new study that collected nearly a million records of more than 1,230 invertebrate species between 1990 and 2018 suggests that these protected areas are just as vulnerable to the country’s overall decline in biodiversity. The authors found that protected areas were more species-rich than unprotected areas of the country, but both areas experienced […]

  • A cavalcade of memories

    The very first time Louise and Thomas met was actually live! And there was an immediate fight. We offer clips from this, and from various occasions when they have tested things such as donating blood and exercising at a high intensity while broadcasting the radio. The question is also whether any of their attempts to […]

  • Swedbank’s former CEO is acquitted of the charges of gross fraud

    Birgitte Bonnesen, former CEO of Swedbank, is acquitted of the charges of gross fraud, alternatively gross market manipulation, and unauthorized disclosure of insider information. Almost four years ago, the SVT program Uppdrag gränskning revealed that Swedbank had let through suspected money laundering transactions worth SEK 40 billion. Hear the verdict and analysis by economic commentator […]

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

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

  • Two Danish films nominated for Oscars

    There were four Danish entries on the various 15-film shortlists published in December, but only two of them will represent Denmark at the next Oscars. ‘A House Made of Splinters’, a documentary film shot in a Ukrainian orphanage directed by Simon Lereng Wilmont, has been nominated in the Documentary Feature Film category, while the Greenlandic […]

  • Right now: Ruben Östlund’s film Triangle of Sadness is triple nominated for the Oscars

    Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s film Triangle of Sadness is nominated for an Oscar for best original screenplay, best director and best film. It is the first time a Swedish film has been nominated for it since Utvandrarna and Viskningar og rop in the early 70s. Ruben Östlund has never before won an Oscar but was […]

  • Billion project could send cars underground in Copenhagen

    Solution 1 in the leadAccording to TV2 Kosmopollocal politicians are currently considering two options for the so-called ‘The Green Boulevard’ project. Solution 1 consists of two short tunnels without exits – a tunnel from Bispeengbuen to Bysøerne and a tunnel from Jarmers Plads to Rysensteensgade (just before Langebro Bridge). Solution 2 is more extensive and […]

  • IMF: Finland survived the Covid storm, but faces new challenges

    The International Monetary Fund’s country report recommended that Finland strengthen the public finances while reducing the debt ratio.

  • Again a little armageddon at the airport in Keflavik

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

  • The space station ISS – therefore a cold war in space threatens

    ISS has been called a peace project and has in many ways been a successful international cooperation between a number of different countries. There, the astronauts have been guinea pigs for research on how humans react for a longer period of time in the weightlessness of space, to better understand how life on, for example, […]

  • The United Arab Emirates calls on Swedish ambassador to protest against burning of copies of the Holy Quran by extremists

    ABU DHABI, 19 April 2022 (WAM) – Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemy, Minister for International Cooperation, called Sweden’s Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Liselott Andersson, and informed her of the United Arab Emirates’ protest against the burning of copies of the Holy Quran by extremists in Sweden. Minister Al Hashemy reaffirmed the United Arab […]

  • One in three teens buys snus on social media, the study says

    Social media platforms have become a popular way for young people to get their hands on the oral tobacco product snuff. With the exception of Sweden, the sale of snus is banned throughout the EU, including in Finland. According to the latest school health promotion survey, as many as 43 percent of 10-12-year-old students and […]

  • Ewa Fröling – about anger as a driving force

    In Swedish Radio’s Sunday interview, you meet the person behind the mask of the public in journalism’s most basic form – the interview. The host is Martin Wicklin. Producer: Hannah Engberg. Contact: [email protected] About Ewa Fröling This summer she turns 70 and it is 40 years since Ewa Fröling had her big breakthrough in Ingmar […]

  • Sven Hirdman – about Russia, the war and diplomacy

    In Swedish Radio’s Sunday interview, you meet the person behind the public mask in journalism’s most basic form – the interview. The host is Martin Wicklin. Producer: Hannah Engberg. Contact: [email protected] About Sven Hirdman Sweden’s ambassador to Moscow 1994–2004, but diplomat Sven Hirdman has also worked in Beijing, Tel Aviv and London. He has been […]