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What are the Heavy Metal Knitting World Championships?
The knitting and heavy metal championship was held in Finland, but what do contestants actually do?
Finland passes a new law to boost border security with Russia
Currently, Finland's border with Russia is only secured by light wooden fences, mainly installed to prevent cattle from grazing on the wrong side.
Solar and wind energy can now be stored in ‘sand batteries’
A cheap way to store heat at 500C all year round, sand could help ease Europe’s energy problems.
Sweden and Finland's NATO accession 'to be fastest in history'
NATO's Secretary-General told Euronews the accession process is "the fastest" in the alliance's history.
'Historic moment': Finland and Sweden move closer to NATO membership
The parliaments of each existing NATO member must approve Finland and Sweden's accession before it can happen.
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Europe's week: G7 renew Ukraine commitment & NATO to get new members
Here are the top stories from the EU this week.
Finland hasn't received deportation lists from Turkey, says minister
Finland's foreign affairs minister told Euronews he had low expectations for a breakthrough on possible NATO membership upon his arrival at the summit.
Lithuania 'must be ready not afraid' of Russian action on Kaliningrad
Russia had warned it could "take action" against Lithuania due to stops on goods transiting through the Baltic country to enter Kaliningrad
Turkey demands Sweden, Finland extradite 'terrorists' after NATO deal
The country is asking the NATO hopefuls to hand over some 33 people sought on terrorism charges, Turkish justice minister said on Wednesday.
Finland and Sweden set for NATO invite after Turkey drops opposition
A new "memorandum of understanding" between the three countries seeks to allay Turkish fears over security.
Moves to admit Finland and Sweden into NATO 'will likely drag on'
Turkey is "unlikely to simply back down on its demands" to Stockholm and Helsinki, say experts.
Meet the Somali refugees breaking through in the Nordics
Both said right-wing parties had pushed them to get into politics
Could Finland break with Sweden on NATO membership?
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.
UN finds Finland violated political rights of indigenous Sámi people
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.
Which country has just set the world's most ambitious climate target?
The Nordic country will need to reverse the loss of its forests, which turned from net climate sinks to emitters last year.
Finland and Sweden prepare for large NATO naval drill
NATO hopefuls Sweden and Finland are getting ready for an enlarged military exercise in the Baltic Sea, amid Turkish contestation.
Turkey warns of 'security risks' if Finland & Sweden join NATO
Turkey's president wrote Finland and Sweden's entry into NATO would endanger his country and the "organisation's future".
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.
'Historic moment': Finland and Sweden submit their bids to join NATO
Spurred by Russia's war in Ukraine, it represents a seismic shift from long-held neutrality in Finland and Sweden.
'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."
EU ready to defend Finland and Sweden in the event of a Russian attack
The two Nordic countries announced they intend to join the Western military alliance.
Why does Turkey want to block Finland and Sweden from NATO?
NATO envoys failed to reach a consensus on Wednesday on whether to start membership talks with Finland and Sweden, as Turkey renewed its objections.
'Everything has changed': Inside Finland's bold bid to join NATO
Finland's accession to NATO will bring in a 1,300-kilometre border with Russia, further encircling Saint Petersburg.