The police said on Twitter that their goal was to resolve the situation by negotiating with the suspect.
Open-use sports facilities will no longer be subject to attendance restrictions from the beginning of October.
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Efforts by the world’s largest metal producer, Norilsk Nickel, to tackle environmental pollution seem to be yielding results.
As of July 12, Finnair does not have any requirements regarding coronavirus certificates.
The daylong session was held between General Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, and General Valery Gerasimov, chief of the Russian General Staff.
President Niinistö at the UN: Society Flourishes When Everyone Has an Active, Equal and Meaningful Role
President Sauli Niinistö addressed the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-sixth session in New York. Read the Finnish president’s remarks in full.
Finland will be free from coronavirus restrictions on public gatherings beginning on October 1.
The amendment to the decree will enter into force on September 24, 2021.
‘Tove’ grabs prizes in most categories at the Finnish film awards.
American director Spike Lee is visiting Finland. So far, he has met with President Sauli Niinistö and Antti Kurvinen, the minister of science and culture.
Anders Törnqvist, 42, is one of the most skilled drummers in this country. Then he picked up the guitar, bass, and started growling. The one-man band is called Dark Planets.
We joined the final day of an intimate Pori Jazz event at the beautiful Kirjurinluoto Park. Here are the highlights.
‘Jungle Cruise’ Film Review: Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt Take You on the Funniest Ride of the Summer
‘Jungle Cruise’ is a thrilling trip filled with twists and turns. Here’s our review.
The selection is recommended by a European expert panel in the field of arts and culture.
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