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  1. An Arctic town in the limelightRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Abisko, just north of Kiruna, is known as one of the best places on Earth to see the northern lights. After a week in the far north of the country, I still hadn't even seen the lights, let alone heard them.

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  2. New Copenhagen-Esbjerg flight takes offRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Copenhagen Post

    There's good news for commuters looking to travel between Copenhagen and Esbjerg as the first flight route in 15 years has opened up between the two cities. "With the new flight, the travel time from Esbjerg to Copenhagen is significantly reduced," Ole Wieth Christensen, the flight route development head at Copenhagen Airport, said.

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  3. Kiel North America Introduces New Seat Model for Intercity and High Speed Rail TravelRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | PR.com

    Kiel North America, a trendsetting seat provider to transit systems around the world, announced that COMFORTLINE, its newest train seat model for intercity and high speed rail, is now available in North America. The completely newly engineered seat with many premium-quality options is already being integrated in several high-profile projects in Europe, most recently into the prestigious MTR Express line in Sweden.

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  4. Denmark Looks to Tunnel Its Way to GermanyRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Global Logistics/Supply Chain

    Denmark's government laid out details of a plan to build a tunnel connecting the Nordic region to Germany and cutting traveling time, saying in a bill that it will cost 65bn Danish crowns and be in use by 2024. The proposed tunnel would run under the Femern Belt between the island of Lolland, which is connected by bridge to the island where Copenhagen is located, and the German island of Fehmarn, connected by bridge to continental Europe.

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  5. Sweden flights delayed as Norwegian row boilsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Local

    Thirteen flights were delayed or cancelled by Scandinavian airline Norwegian on Tuesday, including four to or from airports in Sweden, amid fears of further chaos on Wednesday when hundreds of Swedish staff could join a strike currently being held by workers in Norway. Around 70 of the airline's pilots based in Norway have been on strike since Saturday after more than three months of fruitless negotiations over pay and conditions.

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  6. 5 Reasons to Visit Oslo in WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Fodor's

    This winter's record snowfall and frigid temperatures in the Northeast have had most people fantasizing about shedding their snow boots and running away to a tropical island. So when I told people that my winter getaway would take me in the opposite direction - to Oslo - I got more than a few raised eyebrows.

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  7. Concrete diplomacy, brick by brickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, March 2: India's foreign office is hunting for real estate abroad on an unprecedented scale - and it is willing to spend more than the country's annual AIDS control budget on this shopping spree. The Narendra Modi government has prepared a Rs 1,900 crore blueprint to purchase land and property across the world's major cities, from Santiago to Shanghai and from Kathmandu to Khartoum to house diplomats and embassies tasked with expanding India's strategic footprint.

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  8. htgf portfolio company outfittery raises $20 million led by new inv...Read the original story

    Monday | Tornado Insider

    Outfittery is fundamentally changing the way men shop for clothes. Individually tailored personal service provides men with a great fashion look and a stress-free experience.

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  9. Astronomers Find a Dusty Galaxy That Shouldn't ExistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | National Geographic

    A object from the very early universe is bafflingly rich with dust that theory says shouldn't have formed yet. Astronomers have spotted a surprisingly dusty little galaxy within the cluster Abell 1689, shown here in an image by the Hubble telescope.

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  10. NOTICE of the Annual General Meeting of FLSmidth & Co. A/SRead the original story

    Monday | PR-inside.com

    Company Announcement to the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority No. 03-2015, 2 March 2015 The Board of Directors hereby calls the Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday 26 March 2015 at 16.00 at Tivoli Congress Center, Arni Magnussons Gade 2-4, DK-1577 Copenhagen.

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  11. Sorry, But Your Dog Can't Remember That Fun Game Of FetchRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 28 | Switched

    Sorry to break it to you, but your dog probably has no recollection of that fun game of fetch the two of you played yesterday. And that yummy treat you gave him just minutes ago? Even that has probably gone poof! The truth is, a dog's memory just isn't very good.

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  12. Timeline NYT writer shocked at 'fat' NewfoundlandersRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | Telegram

    The writer, Karl Ove Knausgaard, said he was asked by the magazine's editor in December to travel to Newfoundland and visit the place where the Vikings had settled, then rent a car and drive south, into the U.S. and westward to Minnesota, where a large majority of Norwegian-American immigrants had settled, and then write about it. Much of the article deals with the writer's own dilemma, accidentally losing a driver's licence more than a year ago and now struggling to get one reissued by Swedish authorities to carry out his assignment for the New York Times.

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  13. Pinoy migrants and Philippine embassies in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | ABS-CBN News

    An embassy serves as the nerve center for diplomatic affairs headquarters of the chief of mission, staff and agencies -- whose priority is to serve the needs of Filipinos in their territory. In 2012 the Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila announced the closure of diplomatic missions of the Philippines in order to maximize their resources and to focus on the needs of Filipinos particularly in the Middle East.

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  14. Museums Corner: Unlocking the city 's mysteries looking back at its historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Copenhagen Post

    There is nothing more thrilling than immersing yourself into history to get a sense of how it felt to live in the past. All four recommendations listed below offer you the chance to find out more about the backgrounds of some of Denmark's most talked-about issues and places.

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  15. New York Times writer shocked at 'fat' NewfoundlandersRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Compass

    The writer, Karl Ove Knausgaard, said he was asked by the magazine's editor in December to travel to Newfoundland and visit the place where the Vikings had settled, then rent a car and drive south, into the U.S. and westward to Minnesota, where a large majority of Norwegian-American immigrants had settled, and then write about it. Much of the article deals with the writer's own dilemma, accidentally losing a driver's licence more than a year ago and now struggling to get one reissued by Swedish authorities to carry out his assignment for the New York Times.

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  16. Kiel Supplies Seats for Swedish TrainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Mass Transit

    Kiel North America announced that Comfort Line, its newest train seat model for intercity and high-speed rail, is now available in North America. The completely newly engineered seat is already being integrated in several high-profile projects in Europe, most recently into the prestigious MTR Express line in Sweden.

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  17. Kiel Seat North America Introduces New Seat Model for Intercity and High Speed Rail TravelRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | PRWeb

    New train seat Comfort Line to enhance premium travel experience with ergonomic, modern design; Stadler Rail already incorporates over 1,400 seats in MTR Express Sweden, other projects to follow The interior of the MTR Express with seats from Kiel features a modern and spacious design that feels as relaxing as it looks. 'We want to make sure our customers can enjoy a modern and innovate way to enjoy long-distance rail travel.

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  18. Qliro Group AB (publ.): Qliro Has Applied for a License to Become a Credit Market CompanyRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Business Wire

    Qliro Group AB today announced that its subsidiary Qliro AB has submitted an application to Finansinspektionen to become a credit market company. aS' After the successful launch of Qliro in Sweden, we are now applying to become a credit market company.

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  19. A city in the limelight: Kiruna, SwedenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Washington Post

    After a week in the far north of the country, I still hadn't even seen the lights, let alone heard them. I kept hoping for a sign - any kind of whoosh or crackle would do - but apart from the gentle patter of falling snowflakes, everything was quiet.

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  20. Princess Mary dons a leather vest, pencil skirt and knee-high boots ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Daily Mail

    The Jihadi John apologists: Outrage as Muslim campaign group calls ISIS executioner a 'beautiful, extremely kind and gentle young man' British police and security services spoke to Jihadi John THREE TIMES in one year and put him on a terror watch list before he fled to join ISIS Video shows Aaron Hernandez 'DRUNK, HIGH' and DANCING at a gas station an hour before he 'murdered semi-pro football player' Dressed to impress! Princess Mary dons a leather vest, pencil skirt and knee-high boots as she carries out royal duties in Denmark And the Australian-born Danish royal was dressed appropriately for the weather as she attended two public events as part of her official duties.

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