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Finland developing interest in cricket

Tuesday, 06 August 2013
The sports, cricket which is a game played by mostly Anglo-Saxon related countries is gradually gaining ground in Finland and a Finnish Cricket Association has been created to dive its international attainment.

Luxury car theft continues to go well in Sweden and Eastern European gangs blamed

Monday, 05 August 2013
Criminal gangs behind the thefts of newer upscale cars, worth between half a million Swedish Kronor and more is on the increased in Sweden. This comes when overall, the number of car thefts has declined dramatically. Eastern European gangs have been identified as being behind the increase.

Record number of Danish student looking at offshore for job guarantee and good pay

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
A record number of Danish students have been admitted to study programs that can provide jobs in the offshore oil-drilling sector. The driver is the growing importance of the sector in providing better pay and job guarantee.

Swedish city of Malmö keeps its reputation as the hate crimes centre of Sweden

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
The city of Malmö is known for being the city that seats the hate and racist feelings of Sweden. This the city has the biggest support of the far rights Sweden democrats and has emerged in the new again today as recording the highest amount of hate crimes in recent times.  

Romania is concerned about reputation as the number Romanian beggars on Swedish streets explodes

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
There have always been concerns and complaints about the extent in which Romanians are begging around Sweden and other leading cities in the Nordic areas. Despite persistent denial or quietness from the Romanian authorities or the shifting of blames to the Roma wonders, the authorities have now come to terms with this feat.

Danish Professor attests that Eastern Europeans create more prosperity for Denmark

Thursday, 25 July 2013
Since the EU borders were thrown opened to the Eastern Europeans  in 2004, the number of Eastern Europeans that have moved to the Danish labour market has exploded.

Danes have difficulty understanding their own language Danish

Wednesday, 24 July 2013
Gap between spoken and written Danish language has been revealed in a recent study, which shows how the Danish language is very hard. We Swedes have been known to say that Danish language is hard for us to learn but did not know that Danes themselves were struggling under their own linguistic weight.

Norway is safer today than two years ago - Jens Stoltenberg

Monday, 22 July 2013
Norway is a safer country today than it was two years ago when terrorist Anders Behring Breivik killed 77 in Oslo and on Utøya contends the country's Premier on the day of commemoration of those killed.

Remembering the Utoya Massacre - celebrations and commemorations all over Sweden

Monday, 22 July 2013
Today is exactly two years since the terrorist attacks took place in Utøya and in Oslo, Norway, and which shook the world. The anniversary for that tragedy is being observed in several places in Sweden amidst Sweden's own fight against racism that is also taking its own hard turn.

Sex workers world wide join their Swedish colleagues in protest against Sweden's prostitution laws

Sunday, 21 July 2013
Sex workers worldwide other wise known as prostitutes have been  demonstrating in the last week Friday in over 30 cities anger at Swedish law on prostitution and sex work.

Sick  and injured animals slaughtered and sold cheaply in Sweden - be careful with what you eat even here

Sunday, 21 July 2013
It has emerged that meat from sick and injured animals are being sold cheaply to restaurants and pizzerias in Hässleholm in Sweden, according to an anonymous report to the municipality's environmental offices.

Swedish police failed to pursue hate crime expressed on Twitter showing how toxic the Swedish police system is rife with institutional racism

Friday, 19 July 2013
A little five-year-old Somali girl dies and a man goes of the micro blogging site, Twitter and expresses joy of the death of the little girl. Then the Police is informed, they check the site and see the racial incitement and stay quiet and did nothing.

Up to 60,000 Swedish passports replaced for being lost or stolen in 2013

Friday, 12 July 2013
Swedish people have been very careless with their passports in the past years leading to increased replacement of passports. In 2013, up till 60000 Swedish people applied for a new passport as a result of the old one being stolen or lost.

Increased internet fraud in Sweden- danger on the cyber space

Thursday, 11 July 2013
Until June this year, Swedish police received over 10, 000 complaints of internet fraud . This is thus being described as an explosion in internet fraud coming from different structure and colours from the internet.

Global Corruption getting worse as Scandinavia maintains some reputation

Tuesday, 09 July 2013
The BBC has presented the best map showing which countries are not corrupt and which ones are least.

Ramadan blamed for driving up obesity - increase sugar consumption the major driver

Tuesday, 09 July 2013
Today starts the Muslim solid month of Ramadan, which on the surface means that increased fasting and hardship. Instead of this hardship intensified by increased fasting in the recent years, it has meant that many Muslims have gained weight.

Lars Vilks exhibites in gallery Rönnquist & Quist in Malmo and the police is there to protect him

Tuesday, 09 July 2013
Lars Vilks, the man Muslims in Sweden and beyond are looking for after cartooning 
Prophet Mohammed as a dog has descended onto Malmö during the Ramadan period to unveil a new exhibition. The fun is that the police in there to protect him from those wanting to get in contact with him.

Poor European immigrants are denied medical care in Sweden

Tuesday, 09 July 2013
As the new law that will ensure that, even undocumented residents in Sweden would receive healthcare get on the way, it has also emerged that EU citizens without health insurance would continue not to have access to healthcare in the country.

Nudity and summer sunshine reigns in Denmark and test in the Roskilde festival show

Monday, 08 July 2013
People who love to see necked flesh of human beings playing necked likely had more than they bargain Saturday as young med and women decided to take part in a nude race.

What benefits did the Eurovision Song Contest bring to Malmo?

Friday, 05 July 2013
As the politicians continue in their traditional political retreat in Visby during the  Almedalsveckan in which politicians and their parties score and loose points, reports emerged that Skåne in Southern Sweden  and especially Malmö won big in their hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest last spring.

Iceland MP proposing a bill to its Congress to grant US fugitive leaker, Snowden citizenship

Thursday, 04 July 2013
Icelandic MP and former Minister of the Interior, Ögmundur Jónasson his morning raise the issue which would see the parliament debate on a bill to grant the American NSA whistleblower and fugitive, Edward Snowden, a citizen of Iceland.

Norwegian political youths, the AUF are gathering again after the attack on Utoya

Thursday, 04 July 2013
The youths of the Norwegian Labour party (AUF) are heeding to pressure and are reorganising another summer camp, the first after Anders Behring Breivik's attack on them on the island of Utoya, two years ago.

How the Husby crisis in the Stockholm neighbourhood forcing Sweden to painfully adopt some colour in public life

Wednesday, 03 July 2013
The pressure heaped on the non-white people in Sweden bulged into riots in the Stockholm suburbs and related neighbourhood last May and which shocked the world.

Warning of life-threatening disease in smokes whitefish stock in Linköping, Sweden

Wednesday, 26 June 2013
A case of life-threatening disease, botulism has been linked to hot smoked vacuum packed whitefish from Bexanders smokehouse in Linköping Sweden. Fish product, produced in Stockholm and Nacka, has been sold in Linköping.

Norwegian youth plans first summer retreat after the Utøya massacre

Wednesday, 26 June 2013
This year, the youths of Labour Party in Norway will be returning to their summer camp for the first time since the terrorists attack and mass massacre took place two years ago.

Travelling around Sweden this summer, be aware of road pirates: the police warns

Sunday, 23 June 2013
New to Sweden from the Eastern Europeans flocking in to Sweden is the growth of road pirates. These are people who stand by the roadside, appealing for help and end up robbing you dry if they helped.

Pirate Bay founder, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg sentenced to two years in prison

Thursday, 20 June 2013
Troubled child and founder of the content sharing site, Pirate Bay, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg has been convicted of computer hacking, aggravated fraud and attempted aggravated fraud. He has thus been sentenced to two years imprisonment.

Rwanda militia killer sentenced to life for genocide committed in 1994

Thursday, 20 June 2013
Sweden has successfully found Stanislas Mbanenande, 54, guilty of perpetrating, directing, and committing the mass killing of people in the African country of   Rwanda in 1994. The Swedish court has therefore sentenced him for life in imprison.

Denmark getting more worried about persistently finding drugs bananas

Thursday, 20 June 2013
In three weeks, some 185 kilos of cocaine have been found among bananas on the way out to Coop stores in Denmark. This makes drugs found in bananas in Denmark a new questionable phenomenon. The police is now looking investigation this phenomenon.

Assange vows to stay in Ecuadorian embassy even if Swedish sex claims are dropped

Wednesday, 19 June 2013
Wikileaks website founder Julian Assange has vowed to remain in the Ecuadorian embassy in London even if accusations of sex crimes are dropped. His main fear had been that he would be Sweden would extradite him to the USA to face charges in related to the wiki leaks.

Snowden has inquired about political asylum in Iceland- reports

Wednesday, 19 June 2013
Edward Snowden (pictured below), the man who recently exposed that the Obama administration in the USA as wantonly reading and listening to people's messages is reported to have knocked on the door of Iceland to enquire the possibility of seeking political asylum there.

Sweden increase internet security as Assange anniversary gets closer

Tuesday, 18 June 2013
Swedish cyber defence authorities are preparing against cyber attacks as the anniversary of the master leaker, Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks gets closer.

Swedish security police, SAPO cannot stop Swedes going to fight in Syria

Monday, 17 June 2013
Adrenalin filled idle Swedes with background from Muslim countries and the Middle East are pouring into Syria to fight on the side of the rebels. Nevertheless, the Swedish authorities such as the Swedish security police, SAPO have no ways of controlling those who go there as they usually disappear from Sweden and emerge in Syria without any pre- information.

A type of drug that transform a human to animal becoming very popular in Sweden

Friday, 14 June 2013
A type of drug that transforms a human being from human to an animal, otherwise known as "deadly cannibal drug" or "zombie drug" has almost made Sweden its home. Norrköping area, hold the record of the most such drug seized in the country. One third of all seizures of such drugs in the country come from here.

Sweden warns Arab buyers: Buying junk plots and desolate houses in Sweden would not lead to residency permit

Thursday, 13 June 2013
Swedish embassies have been warning people in countries such as Egypt and Dubai not to allow themselves to be lured into buying properties, pieces of land and / or start businesses in Sweden believing that it will lead to automatic residency.

Children of immigrants in Denmark participate less in politics than their parents

Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Descendants of non EU Immigrants, born and raised in Denmark, participate less in democracy than their parents, who immigrated to Denmark from non-Western countries.

Academic posit that the Norwegian mass murderer, Anders Breivik could have been stopped

Monday, 10 June 2013
The Norwegian security service would have been able to stop the Norwegian mass murderer, Anders Behring Breivik. But they failed because their definition of terrorist was skewed towards people with background of Islamist character.

Swedish top politicians as well as officials from the Scandinavia in the Bilderberg Group meeting in Watford, UK

Friday, 07 June 2013
Two Swedish top government cabinet Ministers, Finance minister, Anders Borg and Foreign Minister Carl Bildt are part of the legendary secrete group, the Bilderberg Group that is currently meeting in Watford in the UK. The meeting started Thursday.

Danish police driving licence database hacked by a top rated Swedish hacker

Thursday, 06 June 2013
Danish Police is complaining that its driving license database registry which also contain social security numbers was hacked in the summer of 2012, and there may have be changes made to its content.

Swedish princess in stormy weather before the wedding: Madeleine drove on the bus lane.

Thursday, 06 June 2013
The Swedish Princess Madeleine, three days before her wedding with Chris O'Neill was stopped by the police for driving on the bus lane in Sweden. The debate now is whether she should pay for the fine and sectioned as anybody else.

Norway presents a powerful missile that can know a huge hole is any ship

Wednesday, 05 June 2013
Norwegian defense contractor, Kongsberg, has a new ship-killing missile that can deliver a 275-pound high explosive warhead from more than 100 miles away.

Examining the reasons why Sweden has high youth unemployment, Not so bad though when nitigrity of the figures are examined and compared

Wednesday, 05 June 2013
The Swedish education system has been identified as one reasons why the country may partly have such high youth unemployment relative to other comparable countries.

As EU foreign ministers to meet to discuss benefit tourism, Sweden ask the question "what's the fuss?"

Monday, 03 June 2013
One of the areas where some EU countries have been vocal about has been the effects of benefit tourism. Sweden which has some how been quite about it or knows how to manage it is beginning to ask whether political populism is the force driving the fear that is really not there.

How Romanian criminals continue to irritate western countries and killing interest in welcoming them in. This time they are accused in Finland for breaking fuel pumps

Sunday, 02 June 2013
In Finland, Romanian criminal gangs have been burgling dozens of self-service fuel pumps in southern Finland, half of them in the Kanta-Häme region and they were caught in the act. Shame to Romanians who continue to invite western resentment of them.

Sweden LEADS Scandinavian countries in world competitiveness ranking but the USA regained its rightful place as the most competitive country on earth

Thursday, 30 May 2013
In the IMD ranked of the most competitive economies in world in 2013, Sweden successes to attain a 4th place, one place better than last years while the USA regained its rightful place as the most competitive economy one earth.

Sweden emerges second happiest country in the developed world

Tuesday, 28 May 2013
When it comes to international comparison of almost everything Sweden is ways classed on the top end. The most recent one is the happiness indicator or the Better life index in which 34 countries of the OECD have been ranked and Sweden emerged Second.

Turmoil in Stockholm cost million, after about 150 request replacement of burnt cars

Tuesday, 28 May 2013
Cars and other assets valued in millions of dollars have gone up in smoke in Stockholm over the past week due to the street riots and vandalism.

Calm return to Stockholm suburbs after a week of intense rioting.

Monday, 27 May 2013
Calm has returned to the suburbs of Stockholm after a week of intense rioting in which youth clashed with police, and which the rioting, which spilled over to other cities, saw cars being burnt and properties vandalised.

Finnish premier, Katainen urge Finland to learn from the Stockholm riots

Monday, 27 May 2013
Finland is also one of the most socially and culturally polarising states in the Nordic region and as Swedish capital went through intense rioting around it suburbs over the whole of last week, Finland fear that such situation can come to its shores.

Seeking political solution to the rioting and violence in Stockholm, Stefan Löfven ask the key question: What is the cause?

Saturday, 25 May 2013
One of the few politicians who visited Husby, the epicentre of the rioting that started last week is the leader of the opposition, Social Democratic party, Stefan Löfven. He went there to try to understand the troubles that have led to this  and started by asking the question "what are the causes of this disdain."

Rioting in Stockholm spread to other cities as extreme right wing groups join in to maintain order and provoke

Saturday, 25 May 2013
The unrest that has rocked Stockholm, the Swedish capital for the past week now continued last night. The situation looks like it is now gradually degenerating into a race war for the far-rights have been spotted stepping in a more provoking manner.

Finnish income gap lower than European average according to a new analysis

Thursday, 23 May 2013
Income differences in Finland are below the average in Europe, according to Statistics Finland. The gap between richest and poorest is largest in Latvia and Bulgaria and smallest in Norway and Iceland.

Amnesty International criticises Finland again for its action of refugee

Thursday, 23 May 2013
Finland is not treating asylum seekers in a way expected of a country of its statue. This is the view of the human rights organisation, Amnesty International in its annual report on Finland.

Denmark getting ready to receive 6months of rain in a few hours - More weather conundrum

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
The inhabitants of Jutland, Funen and West and South Zealand, Lolland and Falster can look forward to heavy rain towards midnight, while in North Jutland is at risk of heavy rain, new Danish met office weather forecast for the country reports.

Open letter to Danish Premier, Helle Thorning - Schmidt urging her to grant Afghan interpreters asylum

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
The Danish Prime minister Halle Thorning is being urged to grant political asylum to some six Afghan interpreters who helped the Danish army in its mission in Afghanistan.

Dozens of fires light up the dark Stockholm Suburbs as more youths descend on the streets for a third night of carnage

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Masked young people with lighter fluid have again last night fired up cars and threw rocks at police in the Swedish capital, marking the third night in a row when some young people descended on the capital to vent their anger, or continued to create disorder.

More violence last night in the Stockholm suburb of Husby as some 300 or more youth descended on the town and caused carnage

Tuesday, 21 May 2013
For the second night in a row, some adolescent youths descended on the Stockholm suburb of Husby  and its surrounding area and started attacking the police. As the tussle started gaining ground, several cars were torched, and even a bus transportation service was also immediately set alight.

Why was there a violent rioting in the western Stockholm region last night?

Monday, 20 May 2013
The reactions for the rioting that occurred in Western Stockholm areas for Husby last night has been mixed various camps in Sweden.

Sweden assess time bomb in sewers pipes giving way- must be replace else...

Sunday, 19 May 2013
Swedish officials are worried that sewage and water pipes are corroding so much that if nothing is dine quickly, there is a time bomb in the waiting. But official argue that there is the need to increase water rates  in order to meet that demand.

Car theft is dramatically falling in Sweden though car insurance continues to rise

Saturday, 18 May 2013
Since the year 2000, car theft in Sweden has continued to fall but auto insurance in this country has gone the opposite direction. What is going on?

Which are the countries in EU where homosexuals are harassed most?

Saturday, 18 May 2013
Lithuania tops the list, while homosexuals in the Netherlands feel less discriminated against.

Norwegian counties are banning the Niqab in schools - First step towards country wide ban?

Friday, 17 May 2013
Various Norwegian local authorities have decided after a very strong and heated debate to  introduce a ban on the niqab and other comprehensive headgear at all high schools.

Income inequality said to be is growing fastest in Sweden - Surprise challenge to the over hyped welfare state.

Thursday, 16 May 2013
Sweden has emerged as the unlikely country where income gap is growing fastest of all 34 OECD countries, a new report shows which also exhibits that the over-hyped Swedish generous welfare state is really not there.

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