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Finnish firms to tackle plastic pollution with renewable straws
Finland's Stora Enso, one of the world's largest pulp and paper makers, said on Tuesday it had joined forces with local startup Sulapac to develop renewable and biodegradable straws to combat the global plastic waste problem.
Finnish study finds healthy lifestyle improves memory in old age
A Finnish study showed that a healthy lifestyle, including physical exercises, brain stimulants and healthy diet can improve brain health and prevent late-age memory disorders.
Finnish people stage anti-EU rally in capital
People have taken to the streets in the Finnish capital, Helsinki, to stage a demonstration against policies adopted by the European Union (EU) on refugees.
Finnish parliament will debate next year leaving eurozone
Finland's parliament will debate next year whether to quit the euro, a senior parliamentary official said on Monday, in a move unlikely to end membership of the single currency but which highlights Finns' dissatisfaction with their country's economic performance.
Niinisto discusses ties with Ebtekar, says Finnish delegation will visit Iran
Head of Department of the Environment Massoumeh Ebtekar in a meeting with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto called for further expansion of bilateral ties with Finland in different areas, specially environment and climatology.
Iranian child artist tops Finnish expo
Iranian child painter Hasti Moin has bagged the top award at the 15th International Art Exhibition for Children and Young People in Finland.

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