Tag: Running

  • 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 […]

  • Russian UFC fighter weighs in on Koran-burning row

    Khamzat Chimaev said Muslims in Sweden should be shown respect after far-right figure Rasmus Paludan publicly burned a copy of the holy book Russian-born UFC fighter Khamzat Chimaev has said Muslims cannot look the other way after a far-right politician was allowed to publicly burn a copy of the Koran in Chimaev’s adopted homeland of […]

  • Russian UFC star weighs in on Koran-burning row

    Khamzat Chimaev said Muslims in Sweden should be shown respect after far-right figure Rasmus Paludan publicly burned a copy of the holy book Russian-born UFC fighter Khamzat Chimaev has said Muslims cannot look the other way after a far-right politician was allowed to publicly burn a copy of the Koran in Chimaev’s adopted homeland of […]

  • Garbage dump in Reykjadalur

    Krzysztof Bronszewski was surprised when he was running in Reykjadalur yesterday morning. He says he has never seen so much garbage and clothes left behind by people there. He decided to collect this garbage and throw it away, but there were so many of them that he only managed to take half. “It was disgusting, […]

  • Leaks on Nord Stream gas pipelines caused by “powerful explosions”, Danish police confirm

    According to the joint investigation group that investigated the gas pipeline leaks, it can now be confirmed that the extensive damage to Nord Stream 1 and 2 in Denmark’s exclusive economic zone was caused by powerful explosions. This is stated by the Copenhagen Police in a press release Tuesday morning. The police state that it […]

  • A possible solution to the nurses’ strike is on the horizon

    Both sides of the long-running dispute must respond to the compromise offer by Monday at 6 p.m.

  • These iPhone models will no longer support WhatsApp after this month’s Apple event: Find out

    In fact, some reports suggest that WhatsApp has already started warning iPhone users running iOS 10 or iOS 11 about the end of support. Therefore, those who want to continue using the messaging app in this situation will need to update their iPhone. Earlier, WhatsApp announced on its help center website that iOS 12 or […]

  • The Boston bombings and the hunt for the terrorists

    It’s a sunny spring day, April 15, 2013. The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest marathon still running and runners from all over the world participate. In the sea of ​​spectators, not far from the finish line, stand Celeste Corcoran and her daughter Sydney. When the bombs go off, everything goes white. At first Celeste […]

  • Ex-USWNT star Hope Solo pleads guilty to DWI charge

    Former U.S. women’s national team goalkeeper Hope Solo received a 24-month suspended sentence Monday in Winston-Salem, NC, after pleading guilty to charges of driving while impaired. The case stems from a March incident in which Solo was arrested in Winston-Salem when she was reportedly found passed out in the driver’s seat of her car with […]

  • Iranian Envoy to Sweden Recalled for Consultations

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said the country’s ambassador to Sweden has been called back to Tehran for consultations on a Swedish court’s life imprisonment for Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri. – Politics news – “The Islamic Republic of Iran has decided to call the ambassador of our country to Sweden for […]

  • NemID crash pulls out

    A crash affecting the log-in solution NemID and its associated services has not yet been resolved after two days. Since the beginning of 22. June, about a third of all users faced problems accessing online bank accounts, taxes, government documents, email and medical records. Nets, the company responsible for NemID, states that the crash is […]

  • What was eaten in Finland in 2021?

    According to preliminary calculations, the total consumption of grain was about 84 kilograms per capita in 2021. The total consumption has increased over the last two years, largely due to the increase in the consumption of oats and wheat. Last year, 45.4 kilograms of wheat and 10.2 kilograms of oats were consumed. Consumption of rye […]

  • The start-up of Olkiluoto’s third nuclear reactor was delayed again

    The plant operator has also set aside additional time for testing and analysis based on experience from the pilot production phase. The trial run is currently being completed in December instead of September. When the reactor starts to generate electricity on a regular basis, it will be able to satisfy about 14 percent of Finland’s […]

  • Olkiluoto 3’s full electricity production will be delayed again

    The nuclear power plant Teollisuuden Voima (TVO) has announced that the trial operation of the Olkiluoto 3 reactor (OL3) will be suspended for more than a month. The delay means that full electricity production will not start until December, and not in September as previously planned. The unit is expected to cover almost one-sixth of […]

  • Skinnari: Finland could resort to legal action in a UN scandal

    Finland, the public broadcaster wrote, managed to attract the initiative’s headquarters S3i to Helsinki. The initiative was launched to build affordable housing in developing countries, but no houses have yet been built due to suspected abuse by its CEO. Although the UN is working to recover the funds it has invested in the projects notified […]

  • 1 of 2. Rolf Lassgård reads Running wolf by Kerstin Ekman

    Rolf Lassgård reads Kerstin Ekmans Löpa varg It is near the caravan that he uses as a hideout like Ulf Norrstig, a retired forester living in northern Hälsingland, first sees wolf tracks and a half-eaten deer carcass, and a little later how the wolf steps forward at the edge of the forest. An experience that […]

  • Can your children swim, cycle and walk? Then they must give it a TRI!

    Around Denmark, hundreds of people are getting their lycra and goggles out of storage in time for the many sporting events planned during the summer: cycling, swimming, running… you name it, there is something that falls into any taste (and abilities!). For those who want to try a little of each, the Ironman and triathlon […]

  • CPH STAGE 2022: English-language storage

    Why me?8.-10. June, performances at 20.00, 16.00 & 21.30; Theater V in Prøvehallen, Porcelænstorvet 4, Valby; theater-v.dk Twenty years ago, a comedy about cancer would have been unthinkable. But since then we’ve had The Farewell, 50/50… Hell, even Breaking Bad is a dark comic tale. But that’s not the case with ‘Why Me’. Come to […]