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The sonnenrad and the Buffalo shooter: How the 'black sun' became a symbol of hate

Raw Story 27 May 2022
For the Nazis, the rune in the design stood for “victory.” What is less discussed but nonetheless important is that the symbol has a spiritual component ... Understanding the sonnenrad’s spiritual roots can provide a better grasp of the implications of its use and its importance to members of the far right.
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The 'sonnenrad' used in shooters' manifestos: a spiritual symbol of hate

Hastings Tribune 27 May 2022
For the Nazis, the rune in the design stood for “victory.” What is less discussed but nonetheless important is that the symbol has a spiritual component ... Understanding the sonnenrad’s spiritual roots can provide a better grasp of the implications of its use and its importance to members of the far right.
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Icelandic needs a presence in the digital arena to survive

Iceland Monitor 25 May 2022
Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, the president of Iceland, went to California in the United States with a delegation to meet with Tech companies to underline the importance of incorporating Icelandic in developing new language technology solutions ... .
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Greenvolt buys 90-MW wind project in Iceland

Renewables Now 24 May 2022
Greenvolt CEO Joao Manso Neto noted that the entry into the Icelandic market, a reference in terms of renewable energies, is a source of pride and an important ...
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Is it time to "outhorse your email"?

Iceland Monitor 24 May 2022
Íslandsstofa’s new advertising campaign for Iceland as a travel destination highlights the importance of leaving the stress from work behind and fully immerse oneself in the experience of the moment ... .
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Bring on the platinum jubilee … but what will happen to Britain’s monarchy in the decades to come?

The Observer 15 May 2022
Now 96, and clearly frail, Elizabeth II remains a highly popular monarch, admired for her work ethic and undramatic moral fibre ... Photograph. Oli Scarff/AP ... Smith dismisses these arguments, citing Germany, Ireland and Iceland as nations that function perfectly well with ceremonial presidents who enjoy a limited but important constitutional role ... .
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New investigation links chicken supply chains in Europe to indigenous rights abuses in Brazil

Mongabay 14 May 2022
UK-based Westbridge Foods has been identified as one of the major buyers of frozen and marinated chicken from Lar and is a supplier of poultry products to KFC, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Aldi and Iceland, among others. Between 2018 and 2021 Westbridge reportedly imported over 37,000 ...
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EAM S Jaishankar speaks to Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan

The Economic Times 12 May 2022
... on important issues and bilateral cooperation in diverse areas.
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The 10 safest countries in the world to holiday in. One of them is close to home

The Irish Times 11 May 2022
Here are the world’s 10 safest countries.. 10. Canada. Score ... The country did, however, record a slight deterioration in its score this year due to an increase in weapons imports and military spending. Reykjavik, Iceland ... Iceland ... Iceland is once again the most peaceful country in the world, a position it has held since the inception of the index in 2008.
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Haul of Atlantic cod, once abundant, reaches new low

Daily Times Chronicle 10 May 2022
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — One of the oldest fishing industries in the U.S ... Cod are the fish of choice for fish and chips in the U.S., but the collapse of the industry has left the country dependent on imports from countries such as Iceland. Russia is another major exporter, but the U.S. banned imports of Russian seafood due to the invasion of Ukraine ... .
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The US Navy's newest fleet is keeping an eye on the North Atlantic with a ...

Business Insider 09 May 2022
This is a worrying development," Iceland's foreign minister, Th�rd�s Kolbr�n R ... Iceland sits in the middle of the Greenland-Iceland-UK Gap linking the Atlantic and the Arctic, where the ships and subs of Russia's powerful Northern Fleet are based. NATO militaries have put renewed emphasis on that strategically important waterway.
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Atlantic cod catch reaches new low

Boston Herald 09 May 2022
PORTLAND, Maine — One of the oldest fishing industries in the U.S ... Cod are the fish of choice for fish and chips in the U.S., but the collapse of the industry has left the country dependent on imports from countries such as Iceland. Russia is another major exporter, but the U.S. banned imports of Russian seafood due to the invasion of Ukraine. U.S ... ....
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Haul of Atlantic cod, once abundant, falls to new low

Penn Live 09 May 2022
PORTLAND, Maine — One of the oldest fishing industries in the U.S ... Cod are the fish of choice for fish and chips in the U.S., but the collapse of the industry has left the country dependent on imports from countries such as Iceland. Russia is another major exporter, but the U.S. banned imports of Russian seafood due to the invasion of Ukraine. U.S ... Pa.
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Week-long ‘Mother’s Day Strike’ set to protest overturn of Roe

The Hill 07 May 2022
Wade ... Inspiration for the movement came from the 1975 Women’s Day Off in Iceland, said Kolarik, during which 90 percent of women left work to demonstrate the importance of women‘s contribution to society, according to the Icelandic Women’s Rights Association. Kolarik and supporters have said large-scale economic action may be effective ... .
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DNA Special: PM Modi's Denmark visit crucial amid India's rising global influence

DNA India 04 May 2022
Apart from this, Danish companies are playing an important role in many schemes of the central government, including Jal Jeevan Mission and Digital India ... These countries are Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland ... Three of the countries -- Denmark, Norway and Iceland -- are part of NATO.

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