I don't understand how a war vessel can be searched by customs officials.
Quote from: Belfrager on 2016-11-26, 14:05:54I don't understand how a war vessel can be searched by customs officials.I thought the same thing.
Quote from: ersi on 2016-11-26, 15:04:20Quote from: Belfrager on 2016-11-26, 14:05:54I don't understand how a war vessel can be searched by customs officials.I thought the same thing.I'm not really sure what else you'd expect?
but not that the ship gets searched.
...and military police. The latter would probably be responsible for this kind of thing.
@krake If you want to make Estonia look bad,
I don't think anything got lost in translation, but much could have gone lost in reporting, because our reporters are usually some high school students and when they stick with the career, they remain at high school level. Even though this is the kind of news that should have been assigned to some real journalist.
Bishop Anders Arborelius with Pope Francis in the Vatican in 2016. Credit: L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP/TTIn a historic appointment by Pope Francis on Sunday, Bishop Anders Arborelius was the first ever Swede to become a cardinal.In a surprise announcement on Sunday, Pope Francis named a total of five new cardinals, from Mali, Laos, El Salvador, Spain - and Bishop Anders Arborelius from Sweden. READ ALSO: Pope Francis holds Catholic mass in secular Sweden Except for Spain, all countries are peripheral in the Catholic world. Particularly Sweden, with its strongly secular profile, stood out, said Douglas Brommesson, a political scientist at Lund University who has studied the role of the Catholic church in international politics. "But this is somewhat in line with the Pope's way of thinking. He has named cardinals in countries that are poor or that are located far away from Rome previously. It is likely a way of getting perspectives from other countries than the typically Catholic countries," Brommesson told TT newswire. "I suppose this is a great encouragement for the Catholic church in Sweden. The Pope visited Sweden recently, and Sweden has in a short period of time ended up at the centre of the life of the Catholic church. That is, of course, encouraging," he added. READ ALSO: Pope: Why Swedish men look for non-Swedish women Apart from being the first ever Swede to be appointed as cardinal, 67-year-old Anders Arborelius became the first Catholic bishop of Swedish descent since the reformation in the 16th century in Sweden when he was named Bishop of Stockholm in 1998. The cardinals belong to an elite group of members of the Catholic church, acting as the closest advisors to the Pope. Cardinals aged under 80 are also allowed to take part in the naming of a new Pope, which is why the Catholic church aims for having approximately 120 cardinals aged under 80.
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