On Finland, the United States, and the freedom of information and of the press – Washington Post

May 22, 2017
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Washington Post On Finland, the United States, and the freedom of information and of the pressWashington PostIn 2016, the nation ranked as the most protective of these values was Finland. The decision came as no surprise. It was the sixth year in a row that Finland had been so honored. In 2016, the United...
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Networking in Denmark: Not as scary as it seems? – The Local Denmark

May 22, 2017
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The Local Denmark Networking in Denmark: Not as scary as it seems?The Local DenmarkNetworking can feel like a daunting undertaking at the best of times, not least as a newcomer to Denmark’s reserved culture. The Local’s guest columnist and newly hatched Copenhagener Emma Firth shares her experiences and advice. Networking. A word I … Source:...
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Iceland Is Beautiful Except for the 2 Million Tourists – WIRED

May 22, 2017
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Iceland Is Beautiful Except for the 2 Million TouristsWIREDIceland is a windswept, volcanic island about the size of Kentucky. It’s a beautiful place, a land of vast tundra, stunning fjords, and tumbling waterfalls. You could call it idyllic. Quiet even. Well, before the tourists found it, that is. Source: iceland – Google News Sharing...
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ANALYSIS: How ‘Skibox’ unit defends Swedish skies – Flightglobal

May 22, 2017
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ANALYSIS: How ‘Skibox’ unit defends Swedish skiesFlightglobalMore than 30 years ago, the Swedish military determined a need to maintain long-range surveillance coverage if part of its ground-based air defence radar network was out of action. From a description seeking “a radar on a tall mast”, its airborne early … Source: swedish – Google News Sharing...
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Norway’s ‘Doomsday’ Seed Vault Flooded by Melting Permafrost | The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel

May 21, 2017
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The Weather Channel Norway’s ‘Doomsday’ Seed Vault Flooded by Melting Permafrost | The Weather ChannelThe Weather ChannelNorway’s Global Seed Vault was partially flooded during the winter, and it’s believed melting permafrost was the culprit. The vault holds seed samples for thousands of crops in the event of a catastrophe. None of the seeds were...
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Russia beats Finland 5-3 to finish 3rd at ice hockey worlds – Sacramento Bee

May 21, 2017
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Sacramento Bee Russia beats Finland 5-3 to finish 3rd at ice hockey worldsSacramento BeeNikita Kucherov sealed a 5-3 win for Russia in the bronze medal match against Finland at the ice hockey world championship on Sunday. Nikita Gusev scored twice and quick-fire goals from Vladimir Tkachyov (short-handed) and Bogdan Kiselevich put the … Source: finland...
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