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Finland eyes left-right coalition to keep populists out
Finns face a broad, incohesive coalition government for the next four years as the Social Democrats, who narrowly won weekend elections, focus on keeping the surging anti-immigration populists out, analysts said.
Finland: From suicide hotspot to world's happiest country
When the United Nations crowned Finland the world's happiest nation last month for the second year running, there were still quite a few eyebrows raised. How could this Nordic country, better known for its harsh weather and high suicide rate, be the world's happiest?
Iran, Finland to boost agricultural cooperation
Iran and Finland signed five documents to enhance their cooperation in the sector of agriculture.
Iran, Finland seek greater agro ties
Iranian and Finnish officials called for enhancing relations in the agriculture sector.
UN report: Finland is world’s happiest country, US discontent grows
Finland is the world's happiest country, according to an annual survey issued on Wednesday that put Burundi at the bottom of the happiness index and found Americans were getting less happy even as their country became richer.
Finland, Denmark, Sweden sign cooperation document with IDRO
Helsinki, Copenhagen and Stockholm have signed an agreement with Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO) to cooperate in various fields, including oil and renewable energies, said the Finnish ambassador to Iran.
Finland's president skates to overwhelming re-election win
Finns on Sunday re-elected their popular and cautious president Sauli Niinisto, who is credited with maintaining a balanced relationship with the nation’s powerful neighbor Russia at a time of simmering relations between Moscow and the West.
Environment minister proposes coal-free Finland by 2025
Finland's Environment, Energy and Housing Minister Kimmo Tiilikainen wanted Finland to rid itself of coal-burning power plants in the next seven years.
Finland: the only country where dads spend more time with kids than moms
To Americans and Britons, the Nordic countries have come to represent a near-mythical paradise of gender equality and family harmony, where legions of happy fathers push prams through the streets, relaxed mothers enjoy lengthy paid maternity leaves, and well-nourished children in chunky sweaters glow from their free healthcare.
Finland police say knifeman 'targeted women in Turku terror attack'
Police in Finland said a knifeman who killed two people in the south-western city of Turku on Friday appeared to choose women as targets.
(Video) Two dead, six injured in Finland stabbing spree
Suspect is Moroccan
Police shot and wounded a suspect after a stabbing spree in which a terrorist killed two people and wounded six others in the Finnish city of Turku.
Finland’s nationalist party elects populist hardliner
The populist Finns Party on Saturday elected a leader whose hardline views risk breaking up the coalition government.
Finland to sign air transport deal with Iran
A Finnish diplomat unveiled plans for the conclusion of an agreement with Iran on air transportation.
Finland calls for expanding ties with Iran
Finnish Ambassador to Iran Harri Kamarainen called for expanding bilateral cooperation, particularly in the trade and economic fields.
Iran, Finland ready to cooperate in mine sector
Finnish companies have expressed readiness to cooperate with Iranian Mines, Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) to expand cooperation in the sector.

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