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  1. Piecing Together the Clues of an Old Collision, Iceball by Iceball

    Piecing Together the Clues of an Old Collision, Iceball by Iceball

    By KENNETH CHANG
    Published: March 20, 2007

    Multimedia
    When Worlds Collide

    A Collisional Family of Icy Objects in the...
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    Important! Poll! I can understand You quite clear. There is a...

    I can understand You quite clear. There is a clear difference between two things. It is different to serve one´s own nation, as a part of homogenous national defence system, versus serve a ...
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    Poll! Same kind of crap as Scientologia.:thumbsdow ...

    Same kind of crap as Scientologia.:thumbsdow

    In Finnish: "Joutavallle jottain".;)
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    Murphy’s Laws of Combat

    Murphy’s Laws of Combat

    Soldiers and Armies
    You are not Superman.
    Professionals' are predictable, but the world is full of amateurs.
    No combat ready unit has passed inspection.
    No inspection...
  5. Finnish legal system is based on Swedish Law....

    Finnish legal system is based on Swedish Law. Contemporary Finland is is an ultralibertalic Nordic society with low crime statistics and soft punishment system. My opinion is; Our system is too soft...
  6. A negroid gets lengthy jail term for multiple rapes

    A negroid gets lengthy jail term for multiple rapes

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    Photo: Iltalehti

    The Helsinki District Court has convicted a 22-year-old...
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    Poll! Yep. This one. :) In Finland some FAF pilots...

    Yep. This one. :)

    In Finland some FAF pilots used Canadian Inglis Browning Pilot model. A Browning Hi-Power, with adjustable rear sight, and wooden shoulder stock (see the similarity with The...
  8. Warm winters could push Baltic seals further to north

    Warm winters could push Baltic seals further to north

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    The prospect of warmer winters poses a new threat to the seals that live in wide...
  9. Swedish Trawlers Fishing in Åland Archipelago Game Preserve

    Swedish trawlers fishing in Åland archipelago game preserve

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    The Finnish Coast Guard stopped two Swedish trawlers fishing in an area south...
  10. Ethnic rights activist severely beaten in Russia’s Mari Republic

    Ethnic rights activist severely beaten in Russia’s Mari Republic

    Galina Kozlova, a member of the board of the Mari Ushem (Mari Union) organisation was attacked and severely beaten in Yoshkar Ola,...
  11. Virulent TB in South Africa May Imperil Millions

    Virulent TB in South Africa May Imperil Millions
    By MICHAEL WINES
    Published: January 28, 2007

    JOHANNESBURG, Jan. 27 — More than a year after a virulent strain of tuberculosis killed 52 of 53...
  12. Car Boom Puts Europe on Road to a Smoggy Future

    Car Boom Puts Europe on Road to a Smoggy Future

    By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL
    Published: January 7, 2007

    DUBLIN — Rebecca and Emmet O’Connell swear that they are not car people and that they worry...
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    Plugging Into the Sun

    Plugging Into the Sun

    By GREGORY DICUM
    Published: January 4, 2007

    WILLIAM LEININGER is not your typical environmental zealot. A Navy commander who works as a doctor at the Naval Medical...
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    Below Haze, Saturn’s Biggest Moon Has Lakes

    Below Haze, Saturn’s Biggest Moon Has Lakes


    By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD
    Published: January 4, 2007

    As scientists have predicted but have had a hard time proving, the surface of Titan, Saturn’s...
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    Poll! Grey-Blue (Although my wife claims those are red...

    Grey-Blue (Although my wife claims those are red sometimes at sunday mornings ...)
  16. FDA says Food from cloned Animals is "safe"...

    F.D.A. Says Food From Cloned Animals Is Safe

    By ANDREW POLLACK and ANDREW MARTIN
    Published: December 29, 2006

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    Janet...
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    Important!  Our ancient national games are Kyykkä ja Kurra. ...

    Our ancient national games are Kyykkä ja Kurra.

    KYYKKÄ - SKITTLES - RULES OF THE GAME
    PLAYING FIELD

    Outdoor skittles is played on a gravel surface which should be as even as possible. The...
  18. Neither for the raping and desecration of...

    Neither for the raping and desecration of children.
  19. Finland; Too awful an image of war (Warning! VERY Disturbing Pictures)

    Too awful an image of war

    Sixty years on, there are no grounds to withhold images kept in a Finnish Defence Forces' safe


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    Finnish...
  20. Finnish, Dutch, and German soldiers meet in EU battlegroup exercise

    Finnish, Dutch, and German soldiers meet in EU battlegroup exercise

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    The leader of the Finnish group in the EU battlegroup,...
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    Metals boom sparks Kola nature fears

    Metals boom sparks Kola nature fears

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    The huge man-made desert is a vivid reminder of the damage emissions can...
  22. Horror Tours Begin in Turku Castle, Finland

    Horror tours begin in Turku Castle
    Fate of Jaakko Ilkka illuminates bloody history of famous Finnish landmark


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    Guides at Turku Castle have...
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    Welcome onboard!

    Welcome onboard!
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    Important! Poll! A(n) short answer. Yes. It happens to be my...

    A(n) short answer. Yes. It happens to be my profession.
  25. Kekri - Ancient Finnish Celebration to Mark End of Harvest Season

    Kekri, the ancient, almost forgotten, Finnish celebration of the end of the harvest season, was still commonly celebrated in rural Finland 100 years ago. The Halloween tradition, which has come to...
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