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Legal proceedings The Supreme Court ordered the liquidation of the Nordic Resistance
Legal proceedings The Supreme Court ordered the liquidation of the Nordic Resistance
The members of the association are suspected of continuing their activities on behalf of the Towards Freedom. The criminal investigation into illegal association activities has shifted to prosecution.
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Finnish cruise ship evacuated after running aground in Baltic Sea
Finnish cruise ship evacuated after running aground in Baltic Sea
A Finnish passenger cruise ship ran aground off the island of Aland in the Baltic Sea, the cruise line said Sunday, with emergency services adding they were preparing to evacuate the vessel.
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Architecture Aalto University's new building Väre is a Finlandia candidate, but students find the facilities completely unsuitable for studying art: According to students, deficiencies even affect mental health
Architecture Aalto University's new building Väre is a Finlandia candidate, but students find the facilities completely unsuitable for studying art: According to students, deficiencies even affect mental health
According to the students, there is no space in Väre to store work in progress. One of the students says he had to work from home, even though it is a world-class art school.
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United States Swimming pool emptied into flames - Silicon Valley Finns tell what it's like to live in the middle of the biggest wildfires in California's history
United States Swimming pool emptied into flames - Silicon Valley Finns tell what it's like to live in the middle of the biggest wildfires in California's history
Corona isolation and the roar of wildfires have forced Californian Finns indoors and into exceptional life.
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Tourism The tourism crisis in Lapland may lead to the cessation of sled dogs - “Until the last time, we will try not to have to go there”
Tourism The tourism crisis in Lapland may lead to the cessation of sled dogs - “Until the last time, we will try not to have to go there”
There are thousands of sled dogs in Lapland, whose services are mostly used by foreign tourists who have echoed from Lapland. If there is no income, entrepreneurs will have to think about how to cope with the high costs caused by dogs.
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Resuscitation Finland's indebtedness is growing rapidly, but compared to the rest of Europe, the pace is moderate - Sweden's debt ratio is also rising faster than Finland's
Resuscitation Finland's indebtedness is growing rapidly, but compared to the rest of Europe, the pace is moderate - Sweden's debt ratio is also rising faster than Finland's
Finland will take on almost EUR 11 billion more debt due to the coronavirus pandemic. Debt ratios are also rising in other European countries.
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Nyt.fi | Fans of the world's most popular boy band listen to nonsense funky and are awesome online activists
Nyt.fi | Fans of the world's most popular boy band listen to nonsense funky and are awesome online activists
South Korean BTS is the most popular boy band in the world. It has given its millions of fans the collective name ARMY.
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Relationships “It’s pretty typical for a woman to ask to seduce her lover’s wife” - The old profession of relationship saboteurs continues their destruction in Japan despite the murderous murder
Relationships “It’s pretty typical for a woman to ask to seduce her lover’s wife” - The old profession of relationship saboteurs continues their destruction in Japan despite the murderous murder
Japanese companies offering relationship sabotage made headlines because the new success novel is based on a real murder case. Japanese sources in the HS say the murder may not be the last in the industry.
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Police Two Helsinki constables got a gate ban at their workplace, chiefs and prosecutor find out about men's freedom
Police Two Helsinki constables got a gate ban at their workplace, chiefs and prosecutor find out about men's freedom
The purpose of the gate ban is to secure reports, ie to prevent men from destroying their e-mails, for example.
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Parliamentary elections Parliamentary election survey: The majority of Finns do not trust the election promises of any party - “it is good that the promises of those in power are not taken as truth,” says the researcher
Parliamentary elections Parliamentary election survey: The majority of Finns do not trust the election promises of any party - “it is good that the promises of those in power are not taken as truth,” says the researcher
“It’s just good that those in power are suspected and their promises are not taken as full truth. It would be more worrying if one hundred percent said they trusted them, ”says Juha Ylisalo, a specialist researcher.
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HS analysis Tightened gun laws could save lives in the Kuopio school attack
HS analysis Tightened gun laws could save lives in the Kuopio school attack
The Kuopio school striker would have wanted a handgun, but the laws tightened after the previous school killings made it impossible for him to get a gun. The law seems to have worked as desired, writes HS's domestic journalist Jukka Harju.
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Tennis | Future superstar Jannik Sinner, 19, staged a giant surprise at the Rome Masters
Tennis | Future superstar Jannik Sinner, 19, staged a giant surprise at the Rome Masters
The young Italian is the best player in the world under the age of 20.
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