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The government said it would "significantly" restrict the entry of Russian citizens to its territory by refusing access to those with tourist visas from any Schengen country.
Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin tests negative for drugs
The PM came under pressure from political opponents, after unfounded allegations of possible drug references in a video which showed Marin partying with friends.
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The Finnish prime minister has faced days of scrutiny and speculation over videos which emerged of her partying with friends.
I've had a drugs test, says Sanna Marin, amid partying video scrutiny
The results are expected in around a week.
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A series of stories this week in the Finnish press seemed to want to paint Prime Minister Sanna Marin, 36, in a negative light, but most Finns don't seem too bothered.
'I've danced, sung, done legal things': Marin defends party video
The leaked video shows the prime minister at a private party with friends, singing to Finnish pop hits and dancing - but there's also a cocaine reference heard in the background.
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There's growing political and public support for banning visas for Russians, who can cross their longest EU border into Finland by bus or car in an apparent sanctions loophole.
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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.
MPs in Finland mull petition for a referendum on joining NATO
A recent poll shows a surge in support for NATO in Finland following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Protests highlight Finnish frustrations at ongoing COVID restrictions
There are rising levels of frustration across Finland over what protesters see as a government slow to allow society to open up again.
Finnish diplomats were targeted by Pegasus spyware, says government
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Finland: Government parties on top in first-ever regional elections
A shift from municipal to county elections in Finland marked a return of the “big three” Finnish political parties -- the Social Democrats, National Coalition Party, and Centre Party -- but some smaller parties managed to score a victory, too.
Finland is set to vote on the biggest healthcare reform in decades
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Finland PM Sanna Marin 'very sorry' for night out after COVID exposure
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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
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Finland elections test for young Prime Minister
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Move over, Sanna! Girl, 16, becomes Finland's prime minister for a day
A 16-year-old girl assumed the position of prime minister in Finland on Wednesday, in a scheme celebrating the UN’s International Day of the Girl.