EU gets serious about sanctions against Iceland, Faroes
The truth is that pilot whales continue to be killed in the Faroe Islands. The Faroese, by all accounts have no plans of stopping the mass killings that they call, 'tradition.' This 'tradition,' known as 'the grind,' consists of Faroese continuing to
ID=1129. Pubblicato da Giovanni Colombo a 5/18/2012 04:46:00 PM · Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook. Etichette: FAROE ISLANDS, POSTA STAMPS, TORSHAVN. Ubicazione: Tórshavn, Isole Faroe
We're placed at number 131, 13 places below our neighbors in the Faroe Islands. Iceland last played against the Faroe Islands three years ago and lost 2:1. Young goalkeeper Gunnar Nielsen made his international debut for the Faroe Islands in that game.
In this first edition of the Faroe Islands Podcast, we hear a little news about the Faroes, get some background on the islands, and hear a field recording taken in Torshavn. That, and the host mispronounces some Faroese
Foreign Minister Össur Skarphéðinsson has condemned the possible sanctions against Iceland and the Faroe Islands being discussed within the European Union (EU) at the meeting of the European Economic Area (EEA) Council this week.