This news page includes recent Finnish news headlines, articles, and citations from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
News articles about Finland and Helsinki are ordered by publication date, with the newest article listed first and the oldest article listed last.
Nokia to shed 350 jobs in Finland as part of cost cuts
Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia is cutting 350 jobs in Finland as part of its plans to find savings worth 700 million euros ($800 million) by next year.
Reuters. Tuesday, 15 Jan 2019.
Sex abuse cases color immigration debate before Finnish election
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.
Reuters. Sunday, 13 Jan 2019.
Sorry, Canada: Parity Reshapes the World Junior Championship
Canada used to own the under-20 ice hockey world championships. But in recent years, Finland and the U.S. have won the event more often than the Canadians.
New York Times. Tuesday, 8 Jan 2019.
Canada's medal hopes shattered as Finns fight back to win in OT
Toni Utunen scored 5:17 into overtime as Finland shocked Canada 2-1 on Wednesday in a dramatic quarter-final at the world junior hockey championship.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Wednesday, 2 Jan 2019.
Zambian match fixer Nchimunya Mweetwa on crusade to help others
Former Zambia international Nchimunya Mweetwa is helping others to avoid the temptation of match fixing after being convicted and banned for the crime in Finland.
BBC News. Sunday, 30 Dec 2018.
Three Russian citizens killed in traffic accident in Finland
A passenger car swerved into the oncoming traffic and collided with a truck
Tass. Sunday, 30 Dec 2018.
WATCH: The Year 2018: Trump on the world stage
His handshake with the leader of North Korea, standing beside Vladimir Putin in Helsinki and his reaction to the murder of a journalist abroad.
ABC News. Monday, 24 Dec 2018.
Finnish Lawmaker Accused of Claiming Sauna as His 2nd Home
The police are investigating whether Ville Vahamaki cheated Parliament out of 13,000 euros after claiming allowances for a second home that turned out to be a Helsinki sauna.
New York Times. Saturday, 22 Dec 2018.
Lapland's reindeer are now being tracked using GPS
To keep track of their animals in Lapland, Northern Finland's vast and remote snow-covered forests, reindeer herders are turning to technology by fitting them with internet-connected collars.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 20 Dec 2018.
EU diplomatic cables 'hacked by Chinese spies', revealing fears over Trump and Russia
US president's Helsinki summit with Putin described as 'successful (at least for Putin)' by European officials
The Independent. Wednesday, 19 Dec 2018.
Wooden clothes on the recycled Christmas list?
A university in Finland has invented a process to turn waste wood into material for clothing.
BBC News. Wednesday, 19 Dec 2018.
Justin Trudeau is trying to get Canada out of a multibillion-dollar Saudi arms deal
Trudeau's intended move would follow the decisions of Germany, Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands, all of whom have announced a halt to arms sales to the kingdom.
CNBC. Monday, 17 Dec 2018.
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