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A man wearing a t-shirt of an anti-immigration group was apprehended at a politician's rally in Finland on Sunday after displaying 'aggressive and threatening' behaviour toward the minister
Finland's entire centre-right coalition government has resigned over its failure to push healthcare reforms through parliament.
Finland basic income trial 'failed to spur unemployed to work more'
The Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) has temporarily suspended asylum decisions from Afghanistan.
US President Donald Trump mixed up two blonde Finnish journalists during a press conference with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto in Washington DC today (August 29).
The election of hard-line anti-immigrant leaders to the nationalist Finns Party, the country’s second-largest, lead to its fracture with moderate party MPs siding with Prime Minister Juha Sipila.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is in neighbouring Finland for talks with his Finnish counterpart, Timo Soini.
Scotland join Finland in launching scheme to offer everyone a basic monthly income regardless of employment status or salary
More than 30,000 people rallied in Helsinki on Friday (September 18) to protest against government plans to cut workers’ benefits. Strikes also
Finland’s new government has picked the leader of a Eurosceptic party as its new foreign and Europe minister. The selection of Timo Soini, who heads
Finland’s parliamentary elections have now been decided. with Centre leader Juha Sipilä‘s party taking 49 seats from a total of 200. He’s pledged to
There is a changing of the guard in Finland. The opposition Centre Party led by millionaire businessman Juha Sipila is the winner of parliamentary
There is a changing of the guard in Finland, with the opposition Centre Party winning parliamentary elections
Finns go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new government amid a deep economic slump. Opinion polls suggest voters are likely to ditch the
Finland goes to the polls on Sunday for a general election which is expected to bring a change of government and gains for right-wing populists. With
Who is policing the police?
In Finland officers held their own protest against spending cuts which they claim are undermining national