Arctic Region Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. His Majesty sends greetings to Iceland presidentRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Times of Oman

    Men's fashion week, officially known as 'London Collections: Men', grew out of the larger women's wear event and is now in its seventh edition. Muscat: His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said has sent a cable of congratulations to President Dr. Olafur Ragnar Grimsson of the Republic of Iceland on the occasion of his country's National Day.

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  2. President greets Iceland on eve of National DayRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Newkerala.com

    President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday extended his greetings and felicitations to the government and people of Iceland on the eve of their National Day. In his message to Iceland President Olafur Ragnar-Grimsson, Mukherjee said: "On behalf of the government, people of India and on my own behalf, it is with great pleasure that I convey my warm greetings and felicitations to you and to the people of Iceland on the occasion of your National Day."

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  3. Three things to eat in IcelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | The Star Online

    During my short trip to Iceland, besides foraging for food in the wild , I managed to taste a few of Iceland's most well-known dishes and foods. Here are three of the most memorable ones: It's one of the first things people ask you when you mention you were in Iceland: "Did you try the rotten shark meat?" Yes.

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  4. Foraging for food in the Icelandic wildRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | The Star Online

    There we were, a group of journalists armed with little metal buckets, digging through piles of seaweed, dipping our hands into pools of clear, cool water, looking for mussels, clams, seaweed, and anything else we could get our grubby little hands on to cook for our lunch later. No, we hadn't run out of money, and this was not some elaborate survival training programme.

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  5. Greenlander Arrested with Over a Kilo of HashRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | Iceland Review

    Customs officers at KeflavA k International Airport have stopped a man carrying over a kilogram of cannabis in his luggage. Earlier this month customs officers stopped a man in his twenties and who turned out to be carrying 1.2 kg of hash in his suitcase.

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  6. The flows resumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | The Economist

    HAVING nearly capsized in the stormy seas of international capital flows, Iceland is now making a cautious foray back into the water. On June 8th the government announced the lifting of the controls the country imposed in 2008-with one big caveat.

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  7. Silicone Plant Gets Green LightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Iceland Review

    A company called PCC BakkiSilicon hf. has decided to construct a silicone factory in the industrial zone Bakki, near Husavik, Northeast Iceland.

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  8. The bookdrop tour is ONRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | The Iceland Weather Report

    Today I am hitting the ring road [that circles Iceland] to distribute my books to retailers. We'll be stopping in HA fn, SeyA isfjA rA ur [two nights], somewhere near HAosavA k [no accommodation booked yet so it looks like we're winging it], two nights in Akureyri, and two nights at KolkuA3s in SkagafjA rA ur.

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  9. Nir Bitton: Celtic are a HUGE club.. I'm more than happy to stay ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | The Daily Record

    NIR BITTON last night gave Celtic a huge boost by insisting he's not interested in moving to the English Premier League and wants to stay at Parkhead. Bitton has been linked with a big-money move to England after attracting the interest of clubs with his consistent displays.

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  10. The children taken from home for a social experimentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Newsday

    In the 1950s, a group of Inuit children were taken from their families in Greenland to be re-educated as model Danish citizens. More than 60 years later, they want the Danish government to apologise for an experiment that did enormous damage.

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  11. The economy that came in from the cold?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Iol.co.za

    Seven years ago, a volcanic rock in the frozen North Atlantic was a most unlikely player in the global financial crisis. Iceland's banks had been on a reckless overseas expansion spree since 2003.

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  12. Storm Sweeps across West and North IcelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Iceland Review

    Search and rescue squad Dagrenning in Holmavik, the eastern West Fjords, was called out last night because of a storm which raged in the area. A roof was coming loose from a house in the town and a boat in the harbor was about to be blown out to sea.

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  13. Iceland: The economy that came in from the cold?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | The Independent

    Seven years after its bloated banking sector imploded, Iceland is finally lifting capital controls. Is this the final stage of the country's economic rehabilitation? Or could it plunge back into crisis? Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.

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  14. Coriant Supplies 100G for UNINETT's Arctic Optical NetworkRead the original story

    Monday Jun 8 | Converge! Network Digest

    UNINETT, a non-profit provider of telecom and data network connections to Norwegian universities and research institutions, selected Coriant to build a new 100G-capable subsea optical transport infrastructure connecting Ny-A...lesund and Longyearbyen on the Svalbard archipelago. The network will enable UNINETT to scale optical transmission capacity and meet the low latency connectivity requirements of demanding, high-bandwidth scientific research and education traffic and applications.

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  15. Arctic berries may hold key to diabetes prevention for Inuit: new researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Nunatsiaq News

    Worried about diabetes? You might just want to get yourself a bowl of aqpiks or some other local Arctic berries. That's because research by Laval university's health expert Andre Marette suggests that Arctic aqpiks, among others, increase healthy microbes in your intestines and can prevent or even diminish the symptoms of diabetes.

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  16. Creative people ARE prone to suffering mental illness: Actors,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Daily Mail

    Meet the real-life Indiana Jane: American adventurer spends her life in dangerous jungles and uncharted wilderness... and has even kissed a cobra along the way Was female prison worker seduced into helping 'handsome' Shawshank inmate breakout? Woman investigated as cops reveal how man-on-the-run was feared escape artist who plotted to kill heiress The diet plan that works for EVERYONE: Expert reveals what you should be eating depending on your age and lifestyle Colorado father-of-five found in Mexico two months after vanishing and may have suffered amnesia from being beaten says the private investigator hired to find him PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt show their class as they shun luxury of First to travel COACH with their six children from Paris to Nice What's your heart's REAL age? Take this online test to find out - and discover your risk of health problems... 'Ma, I ... (more)

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  17. Coriant 100G Off to Arctic ArchipelagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Light Reading

    Coriant, a global supplier of SDN-enabled end-to-end transport networking solutions, today announced it has been selected by UNINETT, a non-profit provider of telecom and data network connections to Norwegian universities and research institutions, to build a new 100G-capable subsea optical transport infrastructure connecting Ny-Alesund and Longyearbyen on the Svalbard archipelago.

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  18. Will Icelanders One Day Ditch Their Language for English?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 7 | Global Voices Online

    A mini Icelandic language lesson on the back of Icelandair's headrest. Photo by Flickr user jayneandd.

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  19. Norwaya s UNINETT Selects Coriant 100G Solution for Arctic Optical NetworkRead the original story

    Monday Jun 8 | Business Wire

    Coriant hiT 7300 Multi-Haul Transport Platform Brings Reliable, High-Speed Connectivity to the World's Northernmost Scientific Research and Education Community )--Coriant, a global supplier of SDN-enabled end-to-end transport networking solutions, today announced it has been selected by UNINETT, a non-profit provider of telecom and data network connections to Norwegian universities and research institutions, to build a new 100G-capable subsea optical transport infrastructure connecting Ny-Alesund and Longyearbyen on the Svalbard archipelago.

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  20. Norway's UNINETT Selects Coriant 100G Solution for Arctic Optical NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Sys-Con Media

    Coriant, a global supplier of SDN-enabled end-to-end transport networking solutions, today announced it has been selected by UNINETT, a non-profit provider of telecom and data network connections to Norwegian universities and research institutions, to build a new 100G-capable subsea optical transport infrastructure connecting Ny-A...lesund and Longyearbyen on the Svalbard archipelago.

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