Main headlines from Finland
Putin arrives in Finland on working visit and it emerged that Russia can't turn over Snowden
Tuesday, 25 June 2013
Russian President. Vladimir Putin’s plane landed in Turku, Finland on Tuesday two hours later than originally scheduled as he came for a working visit to Finland. That visit though became overshadowed by news about Snowden, the American wanted for allegedly leaking state secrete to the Russia and China.
How Romanian criminals continue to irritate western countries and killing interest in welcoming them in. This time they are accused in Finland for breaking fuel pumps
Sunday, 02 June 2013
In Finland, Romanian criminal gangs have been burgling dozens of self-service fuel pumps in southern Finland, half of them in the Kanta-H�me region and they were caught in the act. Shame to Romanians who continue to invite western resentment of them.
Leader of the Finnish far right party, True Finn, Timo Soini, took part in anti-gay marriage march in Paris - Media reports
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
The leader of the Finnish Far right party, Timo Soini of the True Finns, which is a leading opposition party in the Finnish parliament, said that he participated in demonstrations against same-sex marriage in the French capital last weekend.
Finnish premier, Katainen urge Finland to learn from the Stockholm riots
Monday, 27 May 2013
Finland is also one of the most socially and culturally polarising states in the Nordic region and as Swedish capital went through intense rioting around it suburbs over the whole of last week, Finland fear that such situation can come to its shores.
Finnish income gap lower than European average according to a new analysis
Thursday, 23 May 2013
Income differences in Finland are below the average in Europe, according to Statistics Finland. The gap between richest and poorest is largest in Latvia and Bulgaria and smallest in Norway and Iceland.
Amnesty International criticises Finland again for its action of refugee
Thursday, 23 May 2013
Finland is not treating asylum seekers in a way expected of a country of its statue. This is the view of the human rights organisation, Amnesty International in its annual report on Finland.
Finland poor on supporting the rights of gender groups
Thursday, 16 May 2013
Human rights for sexual and gender minorities are inferior in Finland than in other Nordic countries.
Afghan President, Hamid Karzai visits Finland and admits he received money from CIA
Monday, 29 April 2013
Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who on Monday arrived in Finland for an official visit, admits that his government has received money from the CIA. Although the main core of his visit was to cement economic co-operation with Finland, Mr Karzai was quizzed about the allegation which was determined to have the handiwork of corruption.
Finnish Councillor given Hitler clock as a gift for being a true patriotThursday, 28 March 2013
A councillor of the Finnish far right party, True Finns in Vaasa, Risto Helin, has received a present which is a clock with a photo of Hitler and the Nazi swastika as a gift from a patriotic club in Vaasa, Finland.