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Politicians, two reporters killed in Finland shooting

Politicians, two reporters killed in Finland shooting

The municipal council head and two local journalists were also killed on Saturday night in the town of Imatra by a man who was swiftly arrested, SST news agency said.

Finland flags second airspace violation by Russian jets

Finland`s Defence Ministry said on Friday it detected a suspected violation of Finnish airspace by a Russian fighter jet, the second in less than 24 hours.

Sisodia meets Jung after returning from Finland

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today met Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, who had asked him to return to Delhi from Finland in the wake of an outbreak of dengue and chikungunya in the capital.

Ink attack on Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia outside LG's house

Ink attack on Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia outside LG's house

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung had on September 16 asked Manish Sisodia to cut short his trip to Finland and immediately return to Delhi.

AAP ministers, LG office in war of words after fax to Manish Sisodia

AAP ministers, LG office in war of words after fax to Manish Sisodia

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung yesterday asked Manish Sisodia to return to Delhi immediately from Finland.

iPad battery catches fire in Finland

iPad battery catches fire in Finland

 An iPad battery caught fire in a shopping centre in Rovaniemi, Finland, forcing the evacuation of customers, authorities said.

World Cup Qualifier: Nine players get FIFA green light to represnt Kosovo

World Cup Qualifier: Nine players get FIFA green light to represnt Kosovo

Kosovo became the 210th member of FIFA in May, but the Balkans outfit`s historic match has been marred by questions over who will be allowed to play for the team.

German player of the year Jerome Boateng plans September comeback in Bayern Munich

German player of the year Jerome Boateng plans September comeback in Bayern Munich

Jerome Boateng was voted German footballer of year for 2015/16 by Germany`s sports journalists, magazine Kicker announced Sunday.

Facebook rewards 10-year-old for discovering flaw in Instagram

Facebook rewards 10-year-old for discovering flaw in Instagram

According to a report in technology website VentureBeat.com, Jani from Finland discovered the security flaw in Instagram on his own.

IMF urges innovation to battle global growth slowdown

IMF urges innovation to battle global growth slowdown

Facing slowing growth in the global economy, the International Monetary Fund called today for policies that support research and development to promote innovation.

'Angry Indian Goddesses' to be screened in Finland

'Angry Indian Goddesses' to be screened in Finland

 Pan Nalin's "Angry Indian Goddesses" will have its premiere in Finland at the Helsinki Season Film Festival 2016, to be held from March 31 to April 4.

Centuries-old Lutheran church burnt down in Finland's Ylivieska

 A large Lutheran church in Ylivieska, northern Finland, was destroyed in a fire lit apparently on purpose.

Iraqi in decapitated head post guilty of war crime

An Iraqi migrant to Finland has been found guilty of committing a war crime after he posted images of himself on Facebook with the head of an Islamic State group fighter.

World's 10 Happiest Countries

Denmark overtook Switzerland as the world`s happiest place, according to a report on Wednesday that urged nations regardless of wealth to tackle inequality and protect the environment.

Denmark world's happiest country, Burundi least

Denmark world's happiest country, Burundi least

The top 10 this year were Denmark, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Finland, Canada, Netherlands, New Zealand, Australia, and Sweden.

PM to visit Mumbai, launch 'Make in India' Week on Saturday

Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Make in India Centre at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex. He will walk through the Centre, accompanied by the Prime Minister of Sweden, the Prime Minister of Finland, and other senior dignitaries from India and abroad.

World's 10 Least Corrupt Countries (Pics)

World's 10 Least Corrupt Countries

 

DNA: Analysis of Finland's plan to give every citizen 800 euros a month

Authorities in Finland are considering giving every citizen a tax-free payout of €800 (£576) each month - equivalent to 58,000 in indian currency.

Finnish government condemns racist attack on refugees

Finland`s government condemned a racist protest in which demonstrators -- including one dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit -- attacked a bus transporting asylum seekers in the early hours of Friday.

Anti-migrant demo in Finnish border town over refugee influx

 Several dozen demonstrators formed a "human wall" and briefly blocked a border point in a northern Finnish town Saturday in protest at a dramatic spike in the number of asylum seekers crossing over from Sweden, a local official said.