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  1. Luxury Travel Exchange Previews Suppliers and Sponsors for 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Hospitality Net

    Questex Hospitality + Travel today previewed some of the world's foremost luxury travel suppliers and sponsors scheduled to participate in its 2014 Luxury Travel Exchange International , to be held Dec. 9-11 at The Palazzo in Las Vegas. New suppliers include Kenya Tourist Board, Thompson Hotels, Portuguese National Tourist Office, Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, Select Italy, Visit Sweden and Tahiti Tourisme North America.


  2. Stockholm: Neighborhoods to Know and Go: Stockholm's Cool and Creative SodermalmRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Jaunted

    A typical trip to Stockholm probably consists of a visit to the Vasa museum to see the viking ship or a stop by the Abba museum, where you can listen to 'Waterloo' on a continuous loop for two hours. You'll probably visit the beautiful, golden buildings of Gamla Stan and pop in the chic shops on Drottninggatan.


  3. Air route links Norway, Sweden and Finland in ArcticRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News

    With regional economic support, Arctic Airlink will be the first east-west route linking Norway, Sweden and Finland in the north. The County Council of Norrbotten voted last Tuesday to support the route with $3.6 million for the five-year period until 2019.


  4. Seasonal Affective Disorder is on rise with season's shorter daysRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression triggered by shorter days and reduced light . So far this month, Loyola University Medical Center psychiatrist Angelos Halaris, MD, already has treated several patients for the disorder.


  5. 5 things Toronto could learn from StockholmRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | BlogTO

    Spread across fourteen islands close to the western shore of the Baltic Sea, Sweden's capital city is an economic powerhouse. The metropolitan area of some 2.2 million people is responsible for roughly a third of the entire country's gross domestic product.


  6. Sweden continues search for suspected foreign submarineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Anchorage Daily News

    The ongoing hunt for a suspected foreign submarine in the Stockholm archipelago has evoked memories of the Cold War, a time when Sweden's military forces regularly hunted for Soviet subs in its waters. The Whiskey on the Rocks incident, as it became known, is infamous in Sweden.


  7. A Mysterious Submarine Is Lurking in Sweden, and Fingers Point to RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mashable

    The Swedish Navy is poking around the waters of the Stockholm archipelago after a mysterious submarine was sighted three times in the surrounding area over the past several days. A four-day search has turned up nothing thus far, but some Swedes are directing serious side-eye at Russia, whose military aircraft have continually violated Swedish air sovereignty over the past several months.


  8. Sweden Wants to Know Who Is Speaking Russian in the Baltic SeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Atlantic

    Last Thursday, Swedish intelligence agents intercepted an " emergency radio call " in Russian. The next day, another radio transmission was heard and a "foreign vessel" was seen in Swedish waters.


  9. The Film Society of Lincoln Center to Host in Case of No Emergency: the Films of Ruben OstlundRead the original story

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Film Society of LINCOLN Center to host In Case of No Emergency: The Films of Ruben stlund, January 14-22, 2015, a retrospective of the director's works from the first 10 YEARS of his feature-filmmaking career. In conjunction with the series, the Film Society will open stlund's Involuntary and Play for a one-week theatrical run on January 14. Tickets will be available for purchase on Thursday, December 18. For more information, visit filmlinc.com .


  10. Gay-friendly travel destinations: The world's top 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Denmark may be the home of Lego and at the forefront of New Nordic Cuisine, but importantly it made history in 1998 by becoming the first nation in the world to recognise registered same-sex partnerships.


  11. Danish airports affected by Lufthansa strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Copenhagen Post

    Passengers will be given the opportunity to travel to Frankfurt on SAS flights as part of a code-sharing agreement A strike by pilots at the German airliner Lufthansa is expected to affect dozens of flights between Germany and Denmark on Monday and Tuesday this week. Aviation website Check-in-dk reports that the affected services include 27 Lufthansa flights between Copenhagen and Billund airports and Frankfurt Airport.


  12. Business must be good! Victoria Beckham can't keep a huge smile off ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Daily Mail

    Sweden hunts for 'crippled Russian sub' making Mayday call in waters off Stockholm amid fears it suffered accident while spying Business must be good! Victoria Beckham can't keep a huge smile off her face as she chats to customers at London store She is renowned for her pouting poses but if there's one thing that can make Victoria Beckham smile, apart from her family, it's her flagship London store. The mother-of-four - who is married to David Beckham - stopped by her Dover St premises recently where she couldn't keep the huge smile off her face as she chatted to some shoppers.


  13. Moderna Museet opens solo exhibition of the artist Meri Alg n RingborgRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | Art Daily

    Meric Algun Ringborg, O , 2011 Meric Algun Ringborg. Photo: Nathalie Barki Sound installation.


  14. News from around the EMEA region, Oct 19.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | 4 Hoteliers

    Hotel, industry and travel news from around Europe, Middle East & Africa; this week: Radisson Blu for Kayseri, third IHG for Stuttgart, Protea sign second in Rwanda and more... Host Heads To Berlin's Grand Esplanade Host Hotels & Resorts carried out three hotel transactions this week: it acquired a hotel in Miami and sold one in Tampa, in Florida in the USA, and purchased a 90% stake in a property in Berlin, Germany. Host's joint venture in Europe acquired a 90% interest in the owning company of theGrand Hotel Esplanade for 81 million from Event Hotel Group.


  15. See the Northern Lights from land or sea with our Travel Insiders guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Mirror.co.uk

    Seeing the aurora borealis is on most people's 'bucket list' of things to do and there's never been a better time to catch the most spectacular show on Earth Seeing the Northern Lights ranks high on most people's list of awesome trips and there's never been a better time to catch the most spectacular show on Earth. This natural phenomenon occurs when electrically charged particles breaking away from the sun are pulled towards the Earth's magnetic field, with colours created by the different gases in the atmosphere.


  16. Friendship to green ships: the course of Danish-South Korean trade relationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Copenhagen Post

    At the heart of the relationship is the special bond formed when the Danish ship, the Jutlandia, fulfilled a humanitarian mission during the Korean War Less than half a year into his term as the South Korean ambassador, Ma Young-sam is extremely positive about Denmark as a place to live and as a trade and investment partner for his country. Old friends "In 1902, our countries signed a treaty of commerce, and in 1951, during the Korean War, Denmark sent the ship Jutlandia to Korea on a humanitarian mission and it took care of both UN soldiers and civilians.


  17. DIARY: Happily Ever AfterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Artforum Intl.

    Left Artist Charles Ray and writer Charlotte Birnbaum. Right: Artist Jeff Koons and Moderna Museet director Daniel Birnbaum .


  18. New Volvo XC90 Adds 1300 JobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Indian Drives

    Volvo XC90 of the next-gen is ultimately an eye-catcher and undoubtedly has all the chirps and perks that Volvo claims with every of its model plate. Though, better than the rest, Volvo's flagship SUV was initially sold online and 1,927 units of the First Edition were grabbed during the 47 hours of sale.


  19. Swedish capital made for 2-wheeled Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | SFGate

    Stockholm is one of Europe's most beautiful cities. One-third water, one-third parks, one-third city, on the sea, surrounded by woods, bubbling with energy and history, Sweden's stunning capital is green, clean and underrated.


  20. Rare independent group aims to open debate in CubaRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Aiken Standard

    The former editors of one of Cuba's few non-government controlled media outlets have quietly restarted efforts to spur debate about the nation's future, launching a series of public forums and plans for a new journal addressing the island's most urgent problems. The project, known as 'Cuba Posible,' joins a handful of others in the small space between the uncritical state-run media and fiercely partisan dissident websites that have little reach inside Cuba.