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Despite Finland's president and prime minister calling for a lock-step approach to joining NATO for Finland and Sweden, some people want to see Finland proceed on their own.
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The UN's Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has been looking into the sensitive issue about who is eligible to be included on the Sámi electoral roll.
NATO's chief meets Finland's president to discuss membership bid
Finland, and its neighbour Sweden, applied to join NATO after Russia's invasion of Ukraine sparked security concerns.
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The Nordic country will need to reverse the loss of its forests, which turned from net climate sinks to emitters last year.
Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles'
The cutoff is not expected to have any major immediate effect and there would be no disruption to customers, Finnish authorities said.
'A taste of security': NATO beer flies off the shelves in Finland
The owners of Olaf craft brewery in the eastern city of Savonlinna say they can't keep up with demand for the new brew.
Sea changes: How NATO's expansion could stabilise the Baltic region
One expert says that if Finland and Sweden join NATO, it will turn the Baltic Sea into a NATO sea.
'We don't want to be alone': Minister on Finland's bid to join NATO
"Now that Vladimir Putin triggered this ruthless war in Ukraine, our people see what kind of neighbour we have."
Niinistö to Putin: Finland will join NATO to 'strengthen its security'
The Finnish head of state told his Russian counterpart the security environment has changed in recent months, while the Kremlin replied that NATO membership would damage relations.
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'Finland must apply to join NATO without delay,' say country's leaders
The war in Ukraine has sparked debates in Finland and Sweden over whether they should join the NATO military alliance.
Greenpeace activists hang anti-war banner on Finnish power firm's HQ
Fortum's subsidiary, German-based Uniper, is one of the biggest importers of Russian gas to Europe. Eight activists hung the colourful banner emblazoned with a peace symbol, the Greenpeace logo and the phrase: "Stop fuelling war!" in Espoo, Finland.
Finland is selling its €75 million Bitcoin stash to support Ukraine
The Bitcoin will be auctioned off, with "tens of millions" in proceeds going to Ukraine.
Are e-scooters more dangerous than cycling or motorbikes?
Rental scooters hospitalised over 330 people in a Finnish city over two years, injuring relatively more riders than cars or motorbikes.
Finland to make NATO membership decision in 'weeks rather than months'
Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin said Russia's invasion of Ukraine had "changed everything".
Finnish 'loopholes' allow imports of Russian coal and oil to continue
Activists and politicians have raised the issue of state-owned companies still involved in bringing raw materials from Russia into Finland.
Finnish government websites hit by cyberattack during Zelenskyy speech
The official websites of the Finnish foreign and defence ministries were both down for several minutes on Friday.
Activists block ship trying to unload Russian coal in Helsinki
Helsinki's energy company says they needed to take delivery of the coal from Russia because it was already agreed in a contract - despite earlier pledges to the contrary.
Former Finnish minister acquitted of inciting anti-LGBT hate speech
The Helsinki court said Päivi Räsänen's comments did not go beyond free speech laws.
Finns warn Russia could meddle in NATO debate
The Finnish intelligence services issued new warnings this week about likely Russian interference in the Nordic nation's debate into joining NATO: using old fashioned blackmail or new deep fake tech.
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End of the line in Finland for last direct EU-Russia train link
It's the end of the line for a twice-daily service between Helsinki and St Petersburg, the only remaining rail link for Russians travelling to the EU, as the last service arrived in the Finnish capital.