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Summertime on Finland’s Lake Saimaa
It’s hard to grasp just how big this lake is, but there are more than 14,000 islands in Lake Saimaa.
July 22, 2019
Sweating It Out in Finland
To say the sauna is central to Finnish culture might be an understatement.
May 24, 2019
Chinese Funding for Finland-Estonia Bridge Questioned by Locals
In Europe, Chinese funding for a proposed undersea rail tunnel linking Finland and Estonia is raising concerns in ...
March 17, 2019
Finland’s Cabinet Quits Over Failure to Deliver Health Care Reform
HELSINKI—Finland's coalition government resigned March 8, a month ahead of a general election, saying it couldn't deliver on ...
March 8, 2019
Video: Strong Northern Lights Dance in Lapland Sky
A magnificent display of the northern lights were seen over the skies of Lehtojarvi, on the Arctic Circle ...
March 1, 2019
Report: Finnish SS Volunteers Likely Killed Jews in WWII
HELSINKI—An Israeli Holocaust historian praised authorities in Finland on Sunday, Feb. 10, for publishing a report that concluded ...
February 11, 2019
The Associated Press
Santa and His Reindeer Begin Their Journey Around the World
Santa Claus has begun his annual journey to deliver Christmas gifts to children all over the world, braving ...
December 23, 2018
Facebook to Pay $10,000 to 10-Year-Old for Finding Security Flaw in Instagram
Facebook has awarded $10,000 in prize money to a 10 year old Finnish boy who found a security ...
May 4, 2016
Canada’s Best at World Juniors Hockey Far From Enough
It’s not often that Canada has a bitter pill to swallow and acknowledge that it was not even ...
January 2, 2016
Glass Collectibles From Finland
Finnish design was recognized as early as 1900, when pieces shown at the Paris Exhibition that year competed ...
November 4, 2015
Finland Is Suddenly a Top Choice for Iraqi Asylum-Seekers
After 25 days of winding through Europe on buses, trains, cars, a motorcycle and even a horse cart, ...
September 30, 2015
The Associated Press
Finnish Navy Drops Depth Charges on Possible Submarine
Depth charges were deployed to scare of the possible intruder.
April 28, 2015
Top Tourist Attractions in Finland
Nature is behind many of the top tourist attractions in Finland.
January 29, 2015
Why Finland’s Kids Often Top League Tables
When looking at large-scale international studies and comparisons of education systems worldwide, everyone’s always talking about Finland. Finland ...
November 20, 2014
Abandoned House in the Woods Teems With New, Beautiful Life (Photo Gallery)
"I am fascinated by the way nature reclaims spaces that were, essentially, only ever on loan to humans." ...
May 5, 2014
Finnish Festive Fare
Dec. 24 is the highlight of the year for Finnish people everywhere, for that is when Father Christmas ...
December 1, 2013
Discovery: Changing Cement Into Metal
Scientists at the Argonne National Laboratory developed a method to alter cement into metal which can be used ...
May 29, 2013
A World of Indigenous Art at the National Gallery
In the 1920s, it was anthropologists at museums around the world who turned their attention to what was ...
May 22, 2013
Finnish Girl’s Laptop Seized Over Online Piracy
The father of a 10-year-old child in Finland paid a $390 fine to a Finnish anti-piracy organization, which ...
December 2, 2012
Finland Aiming to Stop Using Coal by 2025
Finland might become the first European country to stop using coal as an energy source.
October 1, 2012
Finland Suspends H1N1 Vaccine
The Finnish National Institute for Health (THL) proposed suspending vaccinations for H1N1 swine flu.
August 26, 2010
Finnish Customs Confiscate Illegal Botox Shipment
In Finland, customs recently uncovered an attempt to smuggle Botox into the country illegally.
May 11, 2010
Finns Take Bronze in Hard-Fought Game
The Finnish hockey team fought hard to come back, beating Slovakia 5:3 to take third place in Hockey.
February 28, 2010
Former Carrier of ‘Nuclear Football’: Whistleblower Broke ‘Circle of Trust’
Cuomo and Giuliani Clash in Heated Interview Over Trump Whistleblower Complaint
Isabel van Brugen
Pentagon: Border Wall Going Up at About 1 Mile Per Day, and Rising
Democratic Donor Ed Buck Hit With Federal Charge in Man’s 2017 Overdose Death
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Drops out of 2020 Presidential Race
FedEx Pilot Detained in China for Suspected Weapons Smuggling
University Lecturer Offers Assessment Marks for Students Who Attend Climate Strike