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Finland is set to vote on the biggest healthcare reform in decades
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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.
Finnish teenager becomes president for a day
16-year-old Nella Salminen stepped into the shoes of Finnish President Sauli Niinistö as part of a campaign to promote girls' rights in politics and business.
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.
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.
Move over, Sanna! Girl, 16, becomes Finland's prime minister for a day
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Finland's Prime Minister resigns after postal strike
The Centre Party said it had lost confidence in the Social Democrat leader over the handling of the strike.
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Finland's Social Democrats win razor-thin victory as far-right surges
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Finnish police thwart suspected attack on foreign affairs minister
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 government collapses
Finland's entire centre-right coalition government has resigned over its failure to push healthcare reforms through parliament.
Finland 'free money' trial did not spur unemployed to find work
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Finland temporarily suspends Afghan asylum decisions
The Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) has temporarily suspended asylum decisions from Afghanistan.
Trump confuses two blonde Finnish journalists at press conference
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).
Finland avoids government collapse, Finns Party fractures after shift to far-right
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 Lavrov in Finland to discuss NATO and Ukraine
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is in neighbouring Finland for talks with his Finnish counterpart, Timo Soini.
Finland and Scotland pioneer Universal Basic Income
Scotland join Finland in launching scheme to offer everyone a basic monthly income regardless of employment status or salary
30,000 rally in Helsinki to protest proposed government cuts
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