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HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's GPS signal was intentionally disrupted during NATO war games in the Nordic countries over the past few weeks and the culprit could be Russia, Prime Minster Juha Sipila said on Sunday.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - The chances of sealing a deal on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union this month are fading, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders meet in Brussels for two days of talks on migration that German Chancellor Angela Merkel described as "make or break" for the union. [nL8N1TU1MP]
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders meet in Brussels for two days of talks on migration that German Chancellor Angela Merkel described as "make or break" for the union.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - The two leading candidates to become Finland's next prime minister signalled on Wednesday they would not work with the eurosceptic Finns Party after 2019 elections, hitting the nationalists' chances of returning to government.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - A lawmaker quit Finland's co-ruling party on Thursday saying he opposed major planned health and local government reforms, increasing the risk that parliament will fail to pass the measures in votes due in June.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila said on Thursday that he would dissolve his centre-right coalition government if it fails to push through its healthcare and local government reform in the coming months.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's moderate President Sauli Niinisto cruised to a rare first round election win on Sunday as his delicate balancing of ties with neighbour Russia and the U.S.-led NATO military alliance resonated with voters.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - A senior politician in Finland's eurosceptic Finns Party said on Tuesday he would step down from the leadership of the party, formerly part of a coalition government, after harassing a lawmaker in parliament.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland should remain militarily neutral because it helps ensure security in the Baltic Sea region, Prime Minister Juha Sipila said in an interview ahead of celebrations of the country's 100 years of independence.