Tag: United States

  • The minister questions the usefulness of 30-year-old fighters for Ukraine

    The minister questions the usefulness of 30-year-old fighters for Ukraine

    Haavisto’s comments follow Helsingin Sanomat’s report, according to which Kyiv has requested that the issue of Hornet jets be discussed between Ukraine, Finland and the United States.

  • Excited wait for Trump’s indictment

    Excited wait for Trump’s indictment

    Former US President Donald Trump risks prosecution regarding payments made to former porn star Stormy Daniels. The ex-president calls for protests and New York prepares for possible violence. At the same time, most top Republicans rally behind Trump and accuse the investigation of being politically motivated. Is there something in it? And what will happen […]

  • Trump claims he will be arrested

    Trump claims he will be arrested

    The former President of the United States writes on social media that he will be arrested on Tuesday. He urges his followers to protest against this. The background to this claim is likely information that a grand jury is expected to make a decision in the case involving ex-president and porn star Stormy Daniels. Is […]

  • President Niinistö: Sweden’s security is not vulnerable if Finland joins NATO first

    President Niinistö: Sweden’s security is not vulnerable if Finland joins NATO first

    Although both Nordic countries have held negotiations with NATO, Turkey and Hungary have not yet ratified their offers. The biggest obstacle has been Turkey, which has expressed its opposition to Finland’s and Sweden’s view of the PKK, which it considers a terrorist organization. However, his visit to Ankara last Friday the president Erdoğan said that […]

  • Niinisto: Sweden’s security OK if Finland joins NATO first

    Niinisto: Sweden’s security OK if Finland joins NATO first

    Helsinki – Sweden will not find itself in a vulnerable security situation even if Finland joins NATO first, the Finnish president said on Sunday, as both Nordic membership candidates negotiate bilateral military pacts with the United States. “It is possible that Finland will join NATO before Sweden,” Finnish President Sauli Niinisto said in an interview […]

  • The US urges Turkey to “quickly” ratify Sweden’s NATO membership

    The US urges Turkey to “quickly” ratify Sweden’s NATO membership

    Washington [US]March 18 (ANI): After Turkey approved the process to ratify Finland’s accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the US welcomed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s decision, saying the US is encouraging Ankara to “quickly ratify Sweden’s accession protocol as well”. In the statement, released by the White House, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said: […]

  • Poland is the first NATO member to pledge fighter jets to Ukraine

    Poland is the first NATO member to pledge fighter jets to Ukraine

    Duda added: “As for the MiG-29s, which continue to serve as defenders of Polish airspace, the decision has been made at the highest level, we can say with confidence that we will send MiGs to Ukraine.” Warsaw has taken the lead among NATO allies by supplying Kiev with heavy weapons. Poland’s statement that it will […]

  • Prince Joachim moves to the USA

    Prince Joachim is moving to the United States, it has been confirmed by various sources, including the Royal House and the Ministry of Defence. From 1 September, he will join as defense industry attache and deputy defense attache at the Danish embassy in Washington DC. The position will initially last for three years, but there […]

  • Russia criticizes Denmark for Nord Stream fraud

    Russia criticizes Denmark for Nord Stream fraud

    Copenhagen has refused to allow Moscow’s participation in a pipeline bombing Denying Russia access to the investigation into sabotage of Nord Stream gas pipelines makes a mockery of those probes, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Thursday. “This is such a fraud, a total fraud, not even a scam but a three-penny game, which, […]

  • Cacophany, Not Harmony: The Terrible Tune of US Foreign Policy

    Cacophany, Not Harmony: The Terrible Tune of US Foreign Policy

    On March 14th, a Russian SU-27 fighter jet shot down a US MQ-9 Reaper drone over the Black Sea. The exact details of where and how remain a mystery even after the release of drone video of what appears to be a jet fuel dump on the drone, but those details don’t matter much. The […]

  • Finavia’s summer 2023 flight list: Almost 150 direct flights around the world

    Finavia’s summer 2023 flight list: Almost 150 direct flights around the world

    Finnair increases flights to more than 50 European destinations and opens a new route to Bodø in Norway. Norwegian flies to 17 destinations in Europe, including Malaga and Alicante in Spain, Nice in France and Dubrovnik in Croatia. Ryanair flies to several destinations in Europe. Finnair is also increasing flights to Asia and the United […]

  • Arms imports to Europe rise despite global slowdown: SIPRI

    Arms imports to Europe rise despite global slowdown: SIPRI

    © Provided by Xinhua During the period 2018-2022, imports of major weapons by European states increased by 47 percent from that in the five years between 2013 and 2017, while global arms transfers decreased by 5.1 percent during the same period. STOCKHOLM, March 13 (Xinhua) — European states’ imports of major weapons in the five […]

  • Mia Khalifa – The Repentant Porn Star

    Mia Khalifa – The Repentant Porn Star

    Mia Khalifa (born 1993) is an influencer, webcam model and former porn star Shortly after her family leaves conflict-torn Lebanon for the United States, the 9/11 attacks occur. The terrorist attack will be the start of a period of increased xenophobia and mistrust towards people with roots in the Middle East. For young Mia Khalifa, […]

  • Finnish leaders unanimously deny the Prime Minister’s proposal to send Hornets to Ukraine

    Finnish leaders unanimously deny the Prime Minister’s proposal to send Hornets to Ukraine

    Several countries are weighing their own capabilities to provide such military support. I think this could also be discussed in Finland. We know we’ve made a decision on new fighters. We know the schedule for when we will get new jets to Finland, and I believe that we can also talk about the Hornets, whether […]

  • Moscow reveals Nord Stream’s stonewalling – officially

    Moscow reveals Nord Stream’s stonewalling – officially

    Russia’s communications with EU nations on North Stream sabotage will be published, senior diplomat Dmitry Polyansky has promised Russia intends to share with the UN Security Council the exchanges it had with Germany, Denmark and Sweden regarding sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, a senior Russian diplomat has revealed. Moscow is trying to push its […]

  • Moscow will expose Nord Stream’s stonewalling official

    Moscow will expose Nord Stream’s stonewalling official

    Russia’s communications with EU nations on North Stream sabotage will be published, senior diplomat Dmitry Polyansky has promised Russia intends to share with the UN Security Council the exchanges it had with Germany, Denmark and Sweden regarding sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, a senior Russian diplomat has revealed. Moscow is trying to push its […]

  • Finland’s Niinistö is still optimistic about NATO membership

    Finland’s Niinistö is still optimistic about NATO membership

    Niinistö, who spoke to the media after sitting down with the US president Joe Biden In the White House, said Biden, he confirmed his strong support for Finland and Sweden. “Biden urged us forward. He hoped I was right in my optimism,” he said. The meeting was not originally on the agenda of his five-day […]

  • Two EU members offer jets to Ukraine

    Two EU members offer jets to Ukraine

    Poland and Slovakia will donate Soviet-era fighter jets to Kiev, officials from both countries have said Poland and Slovakia have agreed to hand over Soviet-built MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine, Slovak Defense Minister Jaro Nad said on Thursday. The day before, Polish President Andrzej Duda declared that his country would donate its entire fleet of […]

  • The President of Finland in Washington DC on the fourth day of his visit to the United States

    The President of Finland in Washington DC on the fourth day of his visit to the United States

    President Niinistö spent the beginning of the week on the west coast of the United States in the state of Washington and in the San Francisco Bay area of ​​California.

  • Trump sees himself as America’s savior

    Trump sees himself as America’s savior

    Over the past weekend, conservative activists and politicians gathered at the CPAC conference. The conference’s main attraction was former US President Donald Trump, who gave a roughly 100-minute speech. In his speech, Trump attacked the Democrats, who he believes are destroying the United States. At the same time, he switched up his rhetoric regarding his […]

  • Finavia facilitates the security check of air passengers at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

    Finavia facilitates the security check of air passengers at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

    This update has speeded up security checks,” said Ari KumaraDirector of Finavia’s safety operations. By the summer of 2023, traveling through Helsinki-Vantaa airport will be even more effortless when Finavia will install even more ultra-modern security devices. These devices allow air passengers to carry liquid containers of up to 100 milliliters in their carry-on luggage. […]

  • Roundup: European experts question unusual silence over Nord Stream blasts

    BERLIN, March 6 (Xinhua) — Despite their own heavy losses, European countries — especially Germany — have unanimously remained silent on the explosions that destroyed the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines last September and subsequent investigations. Since veteran investigative journalist Seymour Hersh revealed the US Navy’s involvement in the explosions at the US portal […]

  • European experts question unusual silence over Nord Stream explosions

    European experts question unusual silence over Nord Stream explosions

    © Provided by Xinhua Germany, has been particularly affected by the energy crisis due to the cessation of gas supplies from Russia. However, the country’s government, like its allies, has refrained from talking about the explosions publicly. BERLIN, March 6 (Xinhua) — Despite their own heavy losses, European countries — especially Germany — have unanimously […]

  • Niinistö is heading to the United States again

    Niinistö is heading to the United States again

    The Finnish president has visited the United States several times since Russia invaded Ukraine.

  • Hungarian delegation meets Swedish and Finnish legislators to negotiate ratification of NATO membership

    Hungarian delegation meets Swedish and Finnish legislators to negotiate ratification of NATO membership

    prime minister Viktor Orbán has accused the Swedish and Finnish governments of spreading “blatant lies” about Hungary, prompting questions among lawmakers in his party about whether the offers will be accepted. However, Orban confirmed that Hungary will send a parliamentary delegation to Sweden and Finland to seek clarification on matters before the ratification can be […]

  • According to the Finnish Rescue Association, cooking is the most common cause of residential fires in Finland

    According to the Finnish Rescue Association, cooking is the most common cause of residential fires in Finland

    According to international statistics, fires are common worldwide. In the United States, cooking is the number one cause of home fires and fire-related injuries, with more than 173,000 fires reported in 2018 alone, resulting in 550 deaths and 4,820 injuries. In the UK, cooking is the most common cause of household fires, accounting for over […]

  • The camping union warns that the new law could give Denmark a trailer park culture similar to the United States

    1 March is the first day of the camping season in Denmark. In winter, there is a 15-20 day limit (with permission from the municipality) for how long you can stay in a caravan or cabin on a pitch – no tents in winter! – although a majority of MPs are believed to favor a […]

  • Spanish expert accuses the US of blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline

    Spanish expert accuses the US of blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline

    © Provided by Xinhua Josep Puigsech, an expert on Russian affairs and contemporary history, points to “a clear gain to be made” by the US and a strengthening of its geopolitical influence over Germany. BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) — “I increasingly believe that the incident that led to the rupture of the gas pipeline […]

  • Interview: Spanish expert accuses the US of blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline

    BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) — “I increasingly believe that the incident that led to the rupture of the gas pipeline was the result of an action by the United States,” a Spanish political expert said Monday, noting that the aim was to break Germany’s dependence on Russian gas. Josep Puigsech, an expert on Russian […]

  • Every second Dane opposes raising the abortion limit

    A recent eOpinion survey conducted for DR shows that 48 percent of Danes believe that the abortion limit should not be raised. Less than a third think it should. The abortion debate had long been dormant in Denmark, and there had been no change to the 12-week limit since abortion was legalized 50 years ago. […]

  • China uses courts to capture Western technology

    China uses courts to capture Western technology

    Washington [US]Feb 27 (ANI): Amid growing conflict with the US, China is using its courts and patent panels to undermine foreign intellectual property rights and help Chinese companies, particularly in technology, pharmaceuticals and rare earths, US and EU officials say, The Wall Street Journal reported . China is leaning on a range of levers to […]

  • This is how plastic recycling can close the carbon cycle

    This is how plastic recycling can close the carbon cycle

    However, adding these single-use plastics has proven to be significantly cheaper than recovering and recycling them. Typically, recycling plastics requires “cracking” or cracking apart the strong and stable bonds that also make them so durable in the environment. This cracking step requires high temperatures, which makes it expensive and energy intensive. What is new here […]

  • Xinhua World News Roundup at 0030 GMT, 25 February

    LOS ANGELES – The powerful winter storm continued to batter the western US state of California on Friday, with heavy rain, snowfall and strong winds causing road closures, flooding, power outages and other damage. The cold and slow-moving storm is expected to wreak havoc on Saturday. An earlier storm that started in the western United […]

  • Denmark has not decided to send combat aircraft to Ukraine

    Defense Minister Troels Lund Poulsen says that he is “open to” Denmark sending modern combat aircraft to Ukraine, but only as long as other countries do the same, DR reports. On the anniversary of the invasion, Ukraine’s need for support is as strong as ever. During his tour of Europe two weeks ago, President Zelensky […]

  • Russia-EU relations no longer exist Moscow

    Russia-EU relations no longer exist Moscow

    The bloc chose economic ruin to be a vassal of the United States, Moscow’s UN envoy has said. Relations between the European Union and Russia are virtually non-existent, consumed by the abyss of EU subservience to the United States, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vassily Nebenzia told the Security Council on Thursday. Moscow […]

  • President Niinistö visits the United States and meets the senators

    President Niinistö visits the United States and meets the senators

    The program also includes visits to companies and a discussion about security policy at the National Nordic Museum. The president will then travel to Palo Alto on Tuesday, March 7, to participate in a discussion on security policy, great power competition and new technologies organized by Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. During […]

  • The Finnish president headed to both coasts of the United States

    The Finnish president headed to both coasts of the United States

    Sauli Niinistö will be accompanied by a business delegation from the president’s office “in different industries”.

  • Moscow takes aim at West over Nord Stream sabotage

    Moscow takes aim at West over Nord Stream sabotage

    The United States and its allies hope the issue will “fade into the sand,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed The West is against a transparent investigation into the attack on the Nord Stream pipelines, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. Earlier this week, Moscow’s UN ambassador, Vassily Nebenzia, claimed that evidence of Washington’s […]

  • Russia protested against the US ambassador for arming Ukraine during Biden’s visit to Kiev

    Russia protested against the US ambassador for arming Ukraine during Biden’s visit to Kiev

    It accused the United States of “pumping the Ukrainian military with weapons and informing on attacks on Russian military and civilian infrastructure,” adding that such policies prove that the United States’ claims that it is not a party to the conflict are “inadequate and false.” Moscow also reminded Tracy that both Western-supplied weapons and the […]

  • Putin warns against expanding the operation in Ukraine and suspends the nuclear agreement with the United States

    Putin warns against expanding the operation in Ukraine and suspends the nuclear agreement with the United States

    Western countries, including the United States and Britain, have already supplied Ukraine with heavy weapons, including US-made HIMARS rocket launchers and M777 howitzers. Putin also announced that Moscow would temporarily withdraw from the last remaining nuclear deal between Russia and the United States, the New START Treaty. He stated that the agreement was originally drawn […]

  • Xinhua Middle East News Roundup at 2200 GMT, 20 February

    ANKARA – At least three people were killed and 213 others were sent to hospital after two new earthquakes shook southern Turkey on Monday night, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said. Rescue teams have been working at three wreck sites to rescue six people trapped in the latest tremors, Soylu told reporters in southern Hatay […]

  • US Sends Another $100 Million in Earthquake Aid to Turkey, Syria

    US Sends Another $100 Million in Earthquake Aid to Turkey, Syria

    The United States is sending an additional $100 million in humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria to help the two countries cope with the devastating earthquake that has killed more than 46,000 people and left millions homeless. The new aid brings total US assistance to $185 million and will be given to international and non-governmental […]

  • A new medication offers a promising treatment option for advanced melanoma patients

    A new medication offers a promising treatment option for advanced melanoma patients

    However, a Finnish study revealed that patients who do not benefit from T-cell activation treatments do not have the right type of T-cells to attack cancer cells. The new therapy must utilize other parts of the immune system, such as natural killer cells or NK cells, which help recognize cancer cells that have evaded T […]

  • NATO unveils new space fleet

    NATO unveils new space fleet

    The US-led military bloc will use commercial satellites to improve intelligence gathering NATO has announced a new space project aimed at creating a fleet of spy satellites. The initiative, which includes NATO-seeking Sweden and Finland, involves not only national but commercial assets. The project, called the ‘Alliance Persistent Surveillance from Space’ (APSS), was unveiled on […]

  • Working from home attracts people from big cities to the suburbs

    Working from home attracts people from big cities to the suburbs

    A survey of 12,000 German people conducted in the fall of 2022 found that 38 percent of those leaving large cities moved to the suburbs and 30 percent to smaller cities with a population of 100,000 to 500,000. Only 9 percent moved to small cities and 5 percent to the countryside. These results show that, […]

  • NATO unveils new space project

    NATO unveils new space project

    The US-led military bloc is trying to use commercial satellites to improve intelligence gathering NATO has announced a new space project aimed at creating a fleet of spy satellites. The initiative, in which the NATO applicants Sweden and Finland also participate, covers not only national but also commercial assets. The project, called the ‘Alliance Persistent […]

  • COVID-19 infection increases risk of diabetes: Study

    COVID-19 infection increases risk of diabetes: Study

    The trend, Kwan says, is worrisome because most people in the United States will eventually experience infection with COVID-19. “This study will help us better understand—and better prepare for—the post-COVID-19 era of cardiovascular risk,” Kwan said. The findings, published today in JAMA Network Open, also suggest that the risk of type 2 diabetes appears to […]

  • The US shoots first and asks questions later

    The US shoots first and asks questions later

    In the space of a few days, US warplanes have shot down three objects over the US and Canada. The shootings take place in the wake of the suspected Chinese spy balloon that was shot down earlier in February. The balloon mess has triggered a diplomatic crisis between the United States and China, and now […]

  • House praises Obiena for winning medals in three world events

    House praises Obiena for winning medals in three world events

    MANILA – The House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a resolution commending Filipino pole vaulter Ernest John Obiena for winning two gold medals and one bronze medal in three world events in the past few weeks. During the plenary session, the House adopted House Resolution (HR) 765, congratulating Obiena for winning two gold medals in […]

  • Hungary wants to apologize for outrageous claims by US official

    Hungary wants to apologize for outrageous claims by US official

    Washington’s UN envoy has made ?baseless? charges of anti-Semitism, says Budapest Hungary blasted the US over what it says are “outrageous” and “false” allegations of anti-Semitism, leveled by a senior diplomat against Budapest. Foreign Ministry spokesman Mate Paczolay added that while Washington later acknowledged the mistake, it has not issued a public apology. On Tuesday, […]

  • New shootings in the United States balloon hunt

    New shootings in the United States balloon hunt

    A Chinese balloon, the size of several buses, soars high in the stratosphere. China believes that it accidentally ended up in American airspace and that it is there for research purposes. But the US believes that it is a spy balloon and they shoot the balloon down. A move that causes the already chilly relationship […]

  • Sweden bans protest against Koran burning

    Sweden bans protest against Koran burning

    Trkiye has said it may block Stockholm’s NATO application over the desecration of the Islamic holy book Swedish police have denied anti-Islam activists permission to burn the Koran in front of the Turkish embassy, ​​citing an increase in terror threats following a similar act last month. Ankara threatened to block Sweden’s application for NATO membership […]

  • Kremlin reacts to Nord Stream’s sabotage claims

    Kremlin reacts to Nord Stream’s sabotage claims

    A new article alleging an American role in the explosions highlights the need for an international probe, says Dmitry Peskov Russia is concerned about efforts to quietly wind down the investigation into last year’s Nord Stream gas pipeline explosions, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said. A report by well-known American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, […]

  • Discovery of rare earth deposits in Sweden marks ‘beginning of end of Europe’s dependence on China’: Report

    Discovery of rare earth deposits in Sweden marks ‘beginning of end of Europe’s dependence on China’: Report

    Peking [China]February 10 (ANI): The discovery of large amounts of rare earth deposits in Sweden marks “the beginning of the end of Europe’s dependence on China for rare earth metals which, for their widespread use in high-tech fields, are considered as valuable as gold,” The Hong reported King Post. With an abundant supply of rare […]

  • Florida Supreme Court, USA, Europe reports computer attacks

    Florida Supreme Court, USA, Europe reports computer attacks

    LONDON, England: Reuters has reported that a series of ransomware attacks affected servers belonging to the Florida Supreme Court and several universities in the United States and Central Europe. According to figures collected by Ransomwhere, a crowdsourced platform that tracks digital extortion attempts and online ransom payments, the affected organizations are among more than 3,800 […]

  • Niinistö on NATO membership: “If not before Vilnius, why after?”

    Niinistö on NATO membership: “If not before Vilnius, why after?”

    “If not before Vilnius, why after,” he remarked interview for STT. Both Finland and Sweden heard several encouraging statements about a smooth accession process last spring, he reminded, but the process has turned out to be very different. The bumpy road has not only caused headaches for the two aspiring member states. “I see that […]

  • Great opportunities this winter holiday

    Big Mac, Big Bird, Big Apple, BigFoot, Big Kahuna Burger—there’s a pattern here somewhere, as are wagon wheels, which grew exponentially in the United States in the 19th century. Not only are they more suitable for rocky terrain, but they are much easier on the animal, dramatically reducing the haul size required. In the 1880s […]

  • Did you know that ChatGPT can (almost) pass the US Medical Licensing Exam?

    Did you know that ChatGPT can (almost) pass the US Medical Licensing Exam?

    A large language model (LLM) or new artificial intelligence (AI) system called ChatGPT is intended to produce writing that resembles a person by predicting future sequences of words. Unlike most chatbots, ChatGPT cannot do online searches. Instead, it produces text based on word relationships that are predicted by internal processes. Kung and colleagues tested ChatGPT’s […]

  • The balloon that punctured China’s relationship with the United States

    The balloon that punctured China’s relationship with the United States

    Bold espionage or the research blunder of the century? The trips around the Chinese balloon resulted in a canceled state visit and a punctured relationship between Washington and Beijing. Initially, China reacted with something as unusual as a regretful, almost apologetic, statement. Then it said bang – and the balloon shot down caused China to […]

  • People will remember the roar of MTG

    People will remember the roar of MTG

    On Tuesday evening, US President Joe Biden delivered his annual State of the Union address. Biden highlighted his successes and focused, among other things, on the comparatively low unemployment in the United States. He also reached out to Republicans, urging them to work together to get more done. However, when he accused them of wanting […]

  • Denmark wants Russian athletes excluded from the Olympics

    Applauded by UkraineSince the beginning of Russia’s invasion in February 2022, Denmark’s position has been aligned with Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Zelenskyy confirmed that he will do his best to ensure that Russians and Belarusians will not be in Paris in 2024. “This also applies to Russian athletes who participate under a neutral flag. It […]

  • Now Putin needs the Wagner group

    Now Putin needs the Wagner group

    Now the dreaded private army is recruiting in Russia’s prisons and is an increasingly important card for Vladimir Putin as he seeks to carry out his invasion plan. The group has gone from an army in the shadows to headquarters in the middle of town. Recently, the United States labeled both the group and anyone […]

  • Denmark starts green growth cooperation with the USA

    50 percent reduction in 2030Several high-profile companies from Denmark were also involved in the talks, which depended on opportunities and challenges that Danish companies face due to the recently adopted IRA. The most significant climate legislation passed in the US to date, the IRA is designed to reduce US CO2 emissions by 50 percent by […]

  • The fight to convict Putin of war crimes

    The fight to convict Putin of war crimes

    Cast: Zoya Vaschenkomother whose 32-year-old son was killed by shrapnel as he slept, one of about 70,000 cases being investigated as war crimes in Ukraine, Sviatoslav Ruban and Oleksandra Romantsova at the Center for Civil Liberties which investigates war crimes in Ukraine, Ove Bringinternational law expert and professor emeritus of international law, Olga and Arseny […]

  • Meta restores Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts

    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 […]

  • Savola: Finland participates in the international supply of tanks to Ukraine

    Savola: Finland participates in the international supply of tanks to Ukraine

    “Finland’s contribution cannot be too great in light of our defense capabilities. We are not yet a member of NATO, and we cannot compromise on our own defense, Savola said. He estimates that Finland could offer training and maintenance services to Ukraine in addition to tanks. Although decisions on the details of the support package […]

  • Social media influencer Andrew Tate, brother remains in Romanian police custody until February 27

    Social media influencer Andrew Tate, brother remains in Romanian police custody until February 27

    Bucharest [Romania]January 21 (ANI): Social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate will remain in police custody till February 27. This comes as a Romanian court on Friday extended their detention, Tate’s lawyers told CNN affiliate Antena 3. The brothers are currently being investigated over allegations of human trafficking and rape. According to […]

  • YLE: Finland is behind other Nordic countries in the recovery of tourism

    YLE: Finland is behind other Nordic countries in the recovery of tourism

    Slow recovery is explained by unfamiliarity. “Only 20 percent of the respondents belonging to the target groups of our target market stated that they knew something about Finland. In Great Britain and the United States, familiarity was only 10 percent. Kristiina HietasaariThe director of Visit Finland told YLE on Wednesday. Finland also did not make […]

  • Finland’s food exports exceed 2 billion euros for the first time

    Finland’s food exports exceed 2 billion euros for the first time

    “The growth opportunities of the food industry in Finland are limited. With the growth of exports, the capacity of the food industry can be increased, which also strengthens the domestic market and improves crisis resilience,” says director Esa Wrang. From Business Finland’s Food from Finland program. Food exports are strategically important in terms of Finland’s […]

  • The EU Parliament demands that the Iranian Guard be designated as a terrorist group

    The EU Parliament demands that the Iranian Guard be designated as a terrorist group

    Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has been accused of cracking down on protests at home and supplying drones to Russia The European Parliament on Wednesday called on the EU and its member states to officially designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. The call was included in an amendment […]

  • NATO allies US, Turkey Trying to mend fences but cracks remain

    NATO allies US, Turkey Trying to mend fences but cracks remain

    WASHINGTON – The United States and Turkey tried on Wednesday to iron out differences that have strained relations for years but failed to report progress in resolving differences over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and NATO expansion that have strained ties between the allies. At a meeting in Washington, Foreign Minister Antony Blinken and visiting Turkish […]

  • The EU Parliament demands that the Iranian Guard be designated a terrorist group

    The EU Parliament demands that the Iranian Guard be designated a terrorist group

    Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has been accused of cracking down on protests at home and supplying drones to Russia The European Parliament on Wednesday called on the EU and its member states to officially designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. The call was included in an amendment […]

  • Tourism will return to pre-pandemic levels in some areas in 2023

    Tourism will return to pre-pandemic levels in some areas in 2023

    Depending, among other things, on the extent of the economic recession, the continued recovery of tourism in the Asia-Pacific region, and the development of Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. All areas will be restored More than 900 million tourists traveled internationally in 2022 – double the number in 2021, though still 63% of pre-pandemic levels, according […]

  • F-16 deal dependent on Turkey’s support for NATO expansion, Syria

    F-16 deal dependent on Turkey’s support for NATO expansion, Syria

    Washington – Turkey’s request for F-16 fighter jets from the US and the possibility of another Turkish military operation in northern Syria are expected to top the agenda during talks in Washington when Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu meets with Foreign Minister Antony Blinken on Wednesday. Analysts say any F-16 deal would be tied to […]

  • Tobias Billström (M): Membership in NATO is the overriding value

    Tobias Billström (M): Membership in NATO is the overriding value

    The moderate foreign minister Tobias Billström, who was previously migration minister in the coalition government, says that he is currently recalibrating the foreign administration. Ahead of Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson’s meeting with Turkish President Erdoğan on Tuesday, Tobias Billström distances himself from the Kurdish militia in Syria YPG and their political branch, the PYD party. […]

  • Accelerated inflation and rising interest rates caused fluctuations in the market

    Accelerated inflation and rising interest rates caused fluctuations in the market

    “In Europe, the energy crisis and the ongoing war in Ukraine cause gloomy signs about the economic outlook. However, the investment market is driven by the United States, where the economic issues are clearer and the war more distant. 49 percent of Varma’s entire investment portfolio continued to generate positive returns, says Varma’s CEO. Risto […]

  • Denmark named among the top countries for young professionals

    Denmark named among the top countries for young professionals

    Denmark is one of the world’s best countries for young professionals, according to a new ranking by the American job platform Lensa. Especially with regard to the recent global cost of living crisis, it seems that good career opportunities and financial security are more important than ever for young graduates on the fringes of the […]

  • “It’s hard to see what could end this war and when,” says Niinistö

    “It’s hard to see what could end this war and when,” says Niinistö

    Ukrainian authorities have announced that Russia fired more than 80 missiles and 20 suicide drones at Ukrainian cities on Monday. More than half, or 43, of the missiles were shot down by Ukrainian forces. Germany and the United States responded to the attacks by promising more air defense equipment to Ukraine. According to Niinistö, the […]

  • ATP compilation: Wild card Andy Murray advances in Spain

    ATP compilation: Wild card Andy Murray advances in Spain

    British wild card Andy Murray took down Spanish sixth seed Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 7-5, 6-2 in the first round at the Gijon Open on Tuesday in Gijon, Spain. Davidovich Fokina had a 27-21 edge in the winners, but he committed 25 unforced errors while Murray had just six. Murray also saved four of six break […]

  • This is how the abortion battle can decide the election in the United States

    This is how the abortion battle can decide the election in the United States

    After methodical and patient work, the opponents of abortion in the United States were able to reap their greatest victory this summer when the Supreme Court overturned the ruling Roe v Wade. Several American states have now introduced extensive restrictions on the right to abortion, and a third of all American women now no longer […]

  • 1st LD: 3 scientists share 2022 Nobel Prize in Quantum Physics

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  • The President of Mexico appeals to Biden from Assange

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