Tag: Storm

  • Meta restores Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts

    Trump’s Facebook account was the most followed account at the time of the freeze, with hundreds of millions of followers, the New York Times reported to Meta. On January 7, 2021, the day after hundreds of people stormed the Capitol in his support, Meta fired Trump from his platforms, citing that he was inciting more […]

  • 456: The government’s first 100 days

    The right-wing extremist Rasmus Paludan’s Koran burning angered Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who blocked Sweden’s path into NATO even more. How does Prime Minister Kristersson intend to navigate this storm, and could it even be that NATO membership slips out of his hands? At the same time, the government is celebrating 100 days in […]

  • The extremists who want to overthrow the state

    In Iceland, a trial begins in January against two men who are suspected of terrorist plots. The men deny it, but according to the police have extreme right-wing views, and are said to have planned an armed attack against, among other things, the Alltinget, the Icelandic parliament. The threat from within has also been seen […]

  • Condemned Estonia ferry was unseaworthy, no signs of explosion, new sonar reveals

    Monday is the first time investigators have suggested the ship was unseaworthy when it left Tallinn on that stormy night in late September 1994.

  • 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.

  • Woman’s body found in Mosfellsbær

    A woman in her 40s was outside during a storm that hit the south of Iceland on December 17-19. Police received a report that her body had been found near her home on December 20. Grímur Grímsson, a senior police officer in the capital area, told mbl.is that the woman was found in the suburb […]

  • Right now: Russia storms steel plant in Mariupol

    Russia has attacked the large steel plant in Mariupol in Ukraine with both artillery and aircraft, both the Russian Ministry of Defense and Ukraine state to international news agencies. Earlier today, there were reports that about 200 civilians are still at the steelworks, along with Ukrainian soldiers. Listen to our correspondent Johan Mathias Sommarström directly […]

  • Police stormed Omar’s home: “Now you have a memory for life”

    Reporter: Shang Imam Producer: Gustav Asplund

  • China’s military is so strong compared to Russia’s

    The Chinese podcast takes a deep dive into the Chinese military’s capabilities with the help of Ekots David Carlqvist. In addition, we return to one of the things that has stormed the most recently on Chinese social media: the story of the chained woman. With Hanna SahlbergChina commentator and Björn DjurbergBeijing correspondent. Host: Helene Benno […]

  • The weather changes when the storm arrives in Finland

    A winter explosion is expected in Finland this weekend, with strong winds and heavy rains expected from Friday. Ylen meteorologist Elias Paakanen says a large low-pressure range is approaching from the west, bringing rain all over the country. On Friday, rains will satellite as snow in the north and rain in the south. Night winds […]

  • Medalists of cross-country skiing for women 4×5 km relay in Beijing 2022

    © Provided by Xinhua CHONGLI, Zhangjiakou, February 12 (Xinhua) – Although the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has competed with Germany for much of the race, the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) won the women’s 4×5 km cross-country skiing after Veronika Stepanova did a storming race in the final in Beijing 2022 here on Saturday. With a […]

  • Anti-vaccine group attacks vaccine center in Oslo to steal vaccines

    Several vaccine opponents stormed into a vaccine center on Tøyen, Oslo on 27 January 2022 in the evening. Operations manager in the Oslo police, Kristoffer Bang said NRK that they blocked the entrance by standing in front so that no one could enter. The employees at the center panicked and the vaccination work was disrupted. […]

  • Significant damage to the Reykjanes Peninsula

    The Nesvegur road that runs from Grindavík to the Reykjanes lighthouse was severely damaged during the storm on Thursday. There were strong waves in Grindavík and in many harbors and at the southwestern tip of the country, causing considerable damage. Another storm is expected tonight. Rainfall and wind speed are expected throughout the southwestern part […]

  • One year since the storming of the Capitol

    Today it has been a year since the storming of the US Congress in Washington. More than 700 people have been arrested, and the FBI is trying to identify around 300 more people suspected of crimes. US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris speak at the Capitol. The echo transmits immediately. Cecilia Khavar […]

  • Sudden weather events are to be expected in all regions

    Stormy weather is expected in all regions of the country this evening. The Icelandic Meteorological Institute has issued yellow weather warnings for South Iceland, Faxaflói, South West Iceland, North West Iceland and the Central Highlands. Extremely deep than it will cause strong winds and heavy rainfall. Bad weather will be in all regions, according to […]

  • Calle Norlén, Jessika Gedin & Göran Everdahl offer the last reconnaissance of the year on New Year’s Eve

    This week’s panel and scouts in Scouts: Calle Norlén, Jessika Gedin & Göran Everdahl No weekend without the Scouts and on the last day of the year, you are welcome to join in on a wonderful and invigorating turn to the future with us. Behind the radio microphones are screenwriter Calle Norlén, cultural journalist Göran […]

  • From storming to political betrayal

    Participants: Ginna Lindberg, US commentator on Ekot, Roger Wilson, New York correspondent, Billy McCormac, PR consultant and US expert and Karin Henriksson, journalist and author. Host: Sara StenholmProducer: Viktor MattssonTechnician: Behzad Mehrnoosh

  • Calle Norlén, Helena von Zweigbergk & Göran Everdahl look to the future on Christmas Eve

    This week’s panel and scouts in The Scouts: Calle Norlén, Helena von Zweigbergk & Göran Everdahl No weekend without the Scouts and on Christmas Eve itself we hear the screenwriter Calle Norlén, the cultural journalist Göran Everdahl & the author Helena von Zweigbergk. The task is, as always, to offer each one a tricky future […]