'Major problem' if Britain EU bill not solved: Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday warned there would be a "major problem" if a row over an EU demand for Britain to pay a 2.1-billion-euro surcharge was not settled.

Finnish politician suspected of killing woman

A leader of the ruling National Coalition Party (NCP) in Finland was suspected of killing a woman, reported media reported Saturday.

President Pranab Mukherjee awarded Helsinki Medal of Honour

President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday was awarded the Helsinki city Medal of Honour during his two-day his state visit to Finland.

President Mukherjee begins two-day visit to Finland

President Pranab Mukherjee Wednesday began his two-day state visit to Finland during which 15 agreements and Memorandum of Understanding will be signed between the two countries.

Ukraine free to make choices: Russian FM

The Ukrainians should have their own choices without any foreign intervention, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.

Finnish divers find German submarine lost in 1915

A group of Finnish divers Thursday claimed they found the wreckage of the German submarine U-26, which sank in the Gulf of Finland nearly 100 years ago.

Cech out, Rosicky in for Czechs` friendly in Finland

The Czech Republic will miss injured Chelsea keeper Petr Cech in a friendly against Finland in Helsinki on May 21, head coach Pavel Vrba said on Tuesday.

Tear gas used to disperse protesters in Helsinki

Police used tear gas to calm down hundreds of demonstrators who were against the government`s budget cuts in downtown Helsinki Friday evening, Finnish media said.

4 students stabbed at vocational school in Finland

Police say that a young man has stabbed four students at a vocational school in northern Finland.

Mumbai is world`s second most honest city

Mumbai is not just India`s most `attractive` city but also the second most honest in the world.

‘3 people killed in Finland farm shooting’

At least three people have been killed at a farm in the country`s southwest, according to Finnish media.

Finland: Two killed in shooting; gunman held

Officers arrested the suspect outside Hyvinkaa, some five hours after he fired several shots at people from a low rooftop.

Gunman opens fire at Finland school, no injuries

The man, in his 20`s, shot through the door of a classroom in the corridor of a secondary school in Orivesi.

Pound of aerogel can ferry half tonne boatloads

A pound of aerogel, an amazing, ultra lightweight material, is enough to build a boat capable of carrying half tonne loads, says a study.

Sauli Niinisto wins Finnish Presidential Elections

Sauli Niinisto took 63 percent of the votes, compared to 37 percent for his rival, Greens candidate Pekka Haavisto.

Finland votes in Sunday presidential runoff

The new president will replace Tarja Halonen, one of Finland`s most popular heads of state.

Whiff of curry wafts over Helsinki with 30 Indian restaurants

The popularity of Indian food has led to a boom in the hotel industry with Helsinki alone, which celebrates 200 years as Finnish capital next year.

Dalai Lama `optimistic` after `century of violence

Dalai Lama said on Saturday he was "optimistic" about the course of humanity.

Helsinki to screen ‘world’s longest movie’ at arts festival

A film created by Danish artist group Superflex, which is being screened at a festival in the Finnish capital Helsinki, has been billed as the world’s longest movie.