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Sweden joining NATO would 'deter the threat of military conflict'
A formal decision on whether Sweden will join NATO is expected in the coming days.
Finland wants to join NATO. But how does a new member sign up?
The process to join the alliance relies heavily on the political appetite of member states.
UK PM Johnson visits Finland and Sweden ahead of NATO decision
Both countries are considering joining the security alliance in order to benefit from its collective defence protection.
To join or not to join? Sweden and Finland to reveal NATO decisions
Vladimir Putin cited NATO expansion as a reason for the Ukraine war. But the invasion could spark more countries to join.
False claims spread about military movements in Poland and Finland
Social media users have spread misinformation that Polish and Finnish armies are preparing to engage in conflict.
NATO chief says Finland and Sweden could join 'quickly'
Polls have found that a majority of Swedes and Finns are currently in favour of joining the military alliance, with Russia's invasion of Ukraine driving public support.
A slow burn: Ukraine war sees Sweden warm to NATO membership
As political and public support for joining NATO continues to grow, Sweden's Social Democrat government looks set to change its foundational resistance to membership of the military alliance.
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How Russia's war in Ukraine sparked a seismic shift in Finland
Finns have long been wary of Russia. Then Moscow invaded Ukraine.
Finland is set to vote on the biggest healthcare reform in decades
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The best stories of the year from Uncovering Europe
Each weekday at 7 pm CET we bring you a European story that goes beyond the headlines to find the real issues shaping the continent. Here's the best of our Uncovering Europe series from 2021.
Finnish Lapland fears Europe's COVID surge could hit it hard
Last year’s COVID travel restrictions and lockdowns saw tourist numbers from outside Finland slump by 98% compared with the previous 12 months.
Finns fear migrants will be sent to their border with Russia
Poland and Lithuania say Belarus is intentionally sending migrants their way. Now there are fears Russia could do the same to Finland.
Finland warns football fans returning from Russia to get COVID test
Finland has warned football fans returning from Russia to get a COVID test especially if they travelled by bus due to clusters traced back to St. Petersburg.
Finland elections test for young Prime Minister
Prime Minister Marin, 35, took office a mere 18 months ago shortly before the outbreak of COVID-19 and enjoys high personal popularity but her Social Democratic party is behind in the polls.
From Russia with... a sore arm? Sputnik tempts the young in Finland
Faced with a long wait for a COVID vaccine, some younger Russians living in Finland have been travelling over the border for the Sputnik V jab.
Undersea rail link between Finland and Estonia step closer to fruition
Currently linked only by ferry, the project aims to bring Helsinki and Tallinn together into a single metropolitan area.
The bike-loving Finnish city that keeps pedalling even in the snow
Despite the long, dark, and snow-filled winters, locals keep pedalling their way to and from work and school.
How has Finland's female-led government fared in its first year?
Finland's coalition government is made up of five parties - all led by women.
Passenger ferry with 400 people on board runs aground off Finland
The incident is the second of its kind in two months after another vessel from the same ferry company ran aground off the same archipelago in September.
Ferry with nearly 300 people on board runs aground off Finland
The ferry struck the bottom of the sea just off the coast of Finland and ran itself aground to avoid sinking, say Finnish authorities.
Viral Finland PM quote about US being under Russian control ‘not true’
It was suggested that Marin had also wondered whether the US was under Russian control since January 20, 2017 - the date Trump was inaugurated as president.
Belgium 'happiest country in EU'
According to a new survey from Eurostat 76 per cent of Belgians, alongside the Netherlands, Austria and Finland claim to feel happy all or most of the time over the last four weeks.
EU’s top court upholds the protection of Finnish wolves
Europe’s top court has upheld the strict protection that EU law offers to wolves and other species in a judgment published on Thursday.
The Brief: Finland works towards goal of carbon neutrality by 2035
Last April, Finland pledged to be carbon neutral by 2035. Now the country is trying to get the 27 other EU member states on board. Watch the Brief from Brussels for more information on how this goal could be achieved.
The Brief: Migration issues in Cyprus grow
Cyprus has over 15,000 asylum seekers in the country, but only a refugee centre for 250 of them. Watch the Brief from Brussels for more information on how the situation is spiralling out of control.