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Finland Getting Ready To Take In Returning Jihadists With No Long-term Plan

US President Donald Trump's call for European allies to "take back" their jihadists from Syria and bring them to justice has left EU member states divided. Finland is one of the nations that is seemingly more open to the US president's request.
Related topics: Donald Trump, Syria

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The One Clear Result Of Finland’s Basic Income Trial: It Made People Happier

Finland’s experiment in giving people no-strings-attached money was too oddly constructed to take much from it, but one thing is clear–having more money is good for people’s well-being. As global economies become more unequal,...

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Here Are The 5 Hottest Startups In Finland

Although Finland has the lowest population in the EU, it’s responsible for 10 percent of global startup exits. We’ve also seen a number of international success stories, such as Nokia, Angry Birds, and Supercell, come out of Helsinki. How did a...
Related topics: Startup, Angry Birds, Helsinki

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Standardized Tests: Finland’s Education System Vs. The U.s.

Imperial China developed the first standardized tests for bureaucratic hopefuls.Finland has all but done away with standardized tests, and its education system remains one of the best in the world.The United States relies heavily on these tests and...
Related topics: China

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Soldiers Of Odin Declare Hunt For Rapists, Paedophiles Amid Finland Sex Attacks

The vigilantes' recent video, in which they claimed Finland to be overrun by "sex tourists" has arrived amidst a grooming gang scandal which has implicated immigrants and asylum-seekers from the Middle East.
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Migrant Arrested In Finland In Connection With Rape Of 2 Teen Girls - Reports

A wave of sex crimes made headlines in Oulu late last year, with all of the suspected perpetrators being foreign-born men who had arrived in Finland either as quota refugees or asylum-seekers.

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Report: Finnish Ss Volunteers Likely Killed Jews In Wwii

An Israeli Holocaust historian praised authorities in Finland on Sunday for publishing a report that concluded Finnish volunteers serving with Nazi Germany's Waffen-SS “very likely” took part in World War II atrocities, including the mass murder...
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Finland Abandons 'helicopter Money' Experiment: No New Jobs Created

With socialists rising to the calls of the 'free shit army' and the ever-more-left-leaning liberal intelligentsia imagining ever-more-creative ways to pretend to fund their massive government interventions (Modern Monetary Theory), the topic of "QE...

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Finland’s Universal Basic Income Experiment Failed To Put More People Back To Work

Finland’s Social Insurance Institution just released results from a two-year experiment with Universal Basic Income. The plan was simple. Instead of only giving unemployment benefits to people who are out of work, Finland would randomly...
Related topics: Unemployment

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Finland Admits Its Volunteer Ss Troops ‘very Likely’ Involved In Wwii Massacres

HELSINKI (Sputnik) - The Finnish volunteer soldiers, who served in the Waffen-SS Wiking division during World War II, "very likely" participated in the mass killings of Jews, civilians and prisoners of war, a report by the National Archives of...
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Transforming Economies, States, & Societies – Building Evidence For Achieving Sdgs

By Kunal SenHELSINKI, Finland, Feb 8 2019 (IPS)Following on from Finn Tarp, my predecessor, is a daunting prospect, but I look forward to working with my colleagues at UNU-WIDER and with our many partners to build on the achievements of the past 10...

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Finns Blame Migrants' Culture, Religion For Wave Of Sex Attacks

Amid a seething grooming gang scandal, the link between immigration and sex crimes has become a hot election issue in Finland. As a remedy, Finns would like to see harsher penalties and checks on immigration in place.

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Finland Calls Russia, Us To Continue Dialogue On Inf Treaty - Foreign Ministry

HELSINKI (Sputnik) - Finnish Foreign Ministry Director of Communications Vesa Hakkinen told Sputnik on Saturday that the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty was a successful arms control agreement and called on Russia and the United...
Related topics: Russia, Helsinki

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Finnish City Bans Asylum Seekers From Schools Amid Grooming Gang Scandal

Parental concerns and security considerations are the reasons behind the ban on asylum seekers visiting schools in a Finnish city, where Finland's biggest sexual assault scandal is unravelling.

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Finland's Grooming Gangs Exposed

Authored by David Brown via The Gatestone Institute, Much of the coverage of the same problem in Great Britain said that Jay had accused the Rotherham council and police of failing to tackle sexual exploitation because of misplaced "political...
Related topics: Police

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Robert H. Nelson Dies: Religion And Economics

Robert H. Nelson Dies: Religion And Economics Robert H. Nelson of the University of Maryland Public Policy Department died at age 74 on Dec. 15 while attending a conference in Helsinki, Finland.  He was the leading economist writing about the...
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Robert H. Nelson Dies: Religion And Economics

Robert H. Nelson of the University of Maryland Public Policy Department died at age 74 on Dec. 15 while attending a conference in Helsinki, Finland.  He was the leading economist writing about the relationship between religion and economics,...
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Trump ‘will Never Be Safe’ From Russian Intelligence: Gen. Barry Mccaffrey Says Helsinki Will...

Retired General Barry McCaffrey told MSNBC on Tuesday that Russia’s leverage would follow President Donald Trump for the rest of his life, and the president would “never be safe” from its intelligence services. McCaffrey’s...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Helsinki, MSNBC, Russia

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Scoring On The Power Play

from Joe Lemire of the New York Times, Winnipeg Jets right wing Patrik Laine honed his powerful right-handed shot as a youngster in his backyard in Tampere, Finland, where he would fire pucks at soda cans after watching YouTube clips of his...

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Playstation Now Game Streaming Expands Throughout Europe

PlayStation Now still isn't widely available around the world, but Sony aims to fix that. It's expanding the game streaming service to Italy, Portugal and Spain in Europe in the near future, as well as Nordic countries like Denmark,...
Related topics: Italy, Portugal, Spain, Denmark

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