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The fairytale Finnish city you’ve probably never heard of

The Times/The Sunday Times 29 Jan 2023
Roughly 110 miles north of Helsinki and known as the Nordic Manchester due to its previous incarnation as a centre of the region’s textile industry ... Helsinki airport is a tranquil oasis of ultra-modern planning and design and, in a lifetime first for my English children, the connecting train services are clean, comfortable and on time.
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Finnish journalists guilty of disclosing state secrets

RTE 27 Jan 2023
A Helsinki court has found two Finnish newspaper journalists guilty of disclosing national secrets and fined one of them, sparking concern over press freedom ... The in-depth article reported on the "organisation, capability and procurement" of a military intelligence communications centre in Jyvaskyla, 230 km north of Helsinki ... .
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Russia: Court order to liquidate Moscow Helsinki Group human rights organization unlawful

Amnesty 26 Jan 2023
Following the liquidation of Memorial, the For Human Rights Movement, and Open Russia, and eviction of the Sakharov Centre from its premises, the authorities have now closed down Moscow Helsinki Group ... The decision to liquidate Moscow Helsinki Group is unlawful and must be reversed, and the repression of civil society must stop.
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Joyeux nouvel an chinois voyage � p�kin |2023 f�te en ligne � bonne ann�e chinoise ...

The Joplin Globe 24 Jan 2023
L'�v�nement est organis� par le Bureau municipal de la culture et du tourisme de P�kin et la Division de la culture et des loisirs de la ville d'Helsinki, et produit et diffus� par le Centre des �changes culturels outre-mer de P�kin, le Centre culturel chinois d'Ath�nes et le Centre culturel Caisa de la ville d'Helsinki.
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Pet Shop Boys set to release new music in April

NME 24 Jan 2023
Pet Shop Boys are set to share four previously unreleased songs in April as part of their latest Annually book ... The tour will kick off in Rome on June 13, 2023, with additional stops in Dublin, Paris, Helsinki and Copenhagen, before finishing up in Gothenburg on July 9 ... JUNE 2023 ... 26 – Brighton Centre, UK. JULY 2023 ... 4 – Helsinki Ice Hall, Finland ... .
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A Tour Around Beijing for A Happy Chinese New Year|2023 Overseas “Happy Chinese New Year” ...

Eagle-Tribune 22 Jan 2023
The event is organized by Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism and Culture and Leisure Division of City of Helsinki, produced and delivered by Beijing Overseas Cultural Exchanges Center, China Cultural Center in Athens, and Cultural Centre Caisa of City of Helsinki, and hosted by Beijing Radio & Television Station Beijing Time.
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Caverion Implements Sustainable Office Premises For A State Enterprise In Vilnius, Lithuania'

MENA FN 18 Jan 2023
(MENAFN - PR Newswire) Caverion Corporation Investor news 18 January 2023 at 11 a.m. EET HELSINKI, Jan. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Centre of Registers of Lithuania aims for fully renovated, ... .
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Pet Shop Boys CD becomes one of the most expensive ever sold on Discogs

NME 17 Jan 2023
A Pet Shop Boys CD from 2003 has become one of the most expensive ever sold on Discogs. ‘Pop Art ... The Greatest Hits Live’ tour. The tour will kick off in Rome on June 13, 2023, with additional stops in Dublin, Paris, Helsinki and Copenhagen, before finishing up in Gothenburg on July 9 ... JUNE 2023 ... 26 – Brighton Centre, UK ... 4 – Helsinki Ice Hall, Finland ... .
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Russia's seaborne crude exports surge to an 8-month high, thanks to shipments to China and India

Business Insider 17 Jan 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Chinese President Xi Jinping ... Russia's oil revenues rose 4% on-week to $61 million for the week ending January 13 ... But more can be done to press the Kremlin into ending its war in Ukraine, the Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, or CREA, said in a ... ....
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US Senior Advisor for Energy Security Says G7 Price Cap on Russian Oil Yields Results

Urdu Point 13 Jan 2023
According to the latest estimates by the Helsinki Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, Russia's losses due to the oil price ceiling will amount to 160 billion Euros ($171.7 billion). Helsinki expects that after the start of the embargo on February 5, this figure will rise to 280 billion euros ....
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Report: Oil Price Cap Takes Small Slice of Russia’s Revenue

The Epoch Times 12 Jan 2023
... ($171.9 million) per day, the Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air said in a study of the first weeks of the sanctions, which took effect Dec.
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G7 oil price cap costs Russian president Vladimir Putin's regime €160m per day

Irish Independent 12 Jan 2023
Russia’s earnings from fossil fuel exports fell 17pc in December, to the lowest level since the country’s invasion of Ukraine, according to a report from the Helsinki-based Centre for ...
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Russia oil income steady despite price cap, embargo

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 12 Jan 2023
The combination of the cap by the Group of Seven major democracies and the EU ban are costing Russia an estimated $171.9 million per day, the Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air said in a study of the first weeks of the sanctions, which took effect Dec. 5 ... 24. Russia would lose an additional 120 million a day starting Feb.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 6:06 p.m. EST

The Galveston Daily News 12 Jan 2023
Air travel across US thrown into chaos after computer outage. NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands of flights across the U.S ... The problems on Wednesday stranded some planes on the ground for hours ... EXPLAINER ... Report ... Researchers at Helsinki's Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air said in report Wednesday that the cap is too lenient at $60 per barrel ... ....

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