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HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's leftist Social Democrats and the nationalist Finns Party emerged nearly tied to win Sunday's general election, reflecting a mounting sense of insecurity in the Nordic nation over immigration, welfare and climate change.
FORSSA, Finland (Reuters) - In a Nordic country used to a high level of state social care, Finns were shocked to hear of care homes leaving elderly patients all night in soaked diapers, a scandal that may play a part in helping the left return to power after 20 years in opposition.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - The nationalist Finns Party has overtaken Prime Minister Juha Sipila's Centre Party to become Finland's third-most popular party before an April 14 election, according to a poll published by public broadcaster Yle on Friday.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's coalition government resigned on Friday a month ahead of a general election, saying it could not deliver on a healthcare reform package that is widely seen as crucial to securing long-term government finances.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's outgoing Prime Minister Juha Sipila said on Friday he was "hugely disappointed" that his cabinet had to resign over its failure to pass a long-planned healthcare reform.
HELSINKI: Finland is ranked the world’s happiest country, but its population is ageing faster than most and that’s putting pressure on the government to get more people into jobs to help pay for those retiring.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - A Finnish citizens' initiative to withdraw asylum from people convicted of sex crimes received tens of thousands of signatures over the weekend and has become an important political issue ahead of this year's parliamentary elections.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - The parliamentary heads of two of Finland's largest parties have called for action after investigations against 19 foreign-born men on suspicion of sexual abuse of minors.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - The disruption of Finland's global positioning system (GPS) signal during recent NATO war games came from Russian territory, the Finnish foreign ministry said on Thursday.
OSLO (Reuters) - Russia was the likely culprit behind the disruption of GPS navigation signals over northern Scandinavia during recent NATO military exercises, Norway's defence minister said on Tuesday.