The Left Alliance party leader and election candidate Li Andersson and election candidate Jussi Saramo celebrate party's good result at the Left Alliance's European parliament election reception in Helsinki, Finland, on June 9, 2024. Andersson and Saramo will be new members of the European Parliament. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Leftwing Nordic nations provide ‘ray of hope’ in Europe

The recent European parliamentary elections were covered in an article by The Guardian on June 11.

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Prime Minister Petteri Orpo and President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen in Lappeenranta and Imatra border crossing 19. April 2024. Photo: Valtioneuvoston kanslia

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Russia ‘moves nuclear missile launchers to Finland border’

Russia deploying nuclear-capable missile systems to the Finnish border was covered in an article by inews.co.uk on April 24.

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Candles outside the Jokiranta teaching unit of Viertola School in Vantaa on April 8, 2024. Both 12-year-old girls injured in the Vantaa school shooting are still hospitalized, and one of them is still in critical condition, according to the police. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

School shooting brings up tough questions for Finland

The tragic school shooting in Vantaa was covered in an article by BBC on April 4.

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A turbine hall in the Olkiluoto nuclear power plant. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Britain looks to Finland for a nuclear waste solution

Finland establishing the world’s first underground storage facility for spent nuclear fuel, was covered in an article by The Times on March 30.

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Finnish soldiers during The Nordic Response 24 military exercise in Enontekiö, Finland on March 9, 2024. In the drill a joint division of Finnish and Swedish forces attacked from Finland to Norway. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Sweden and Finland join NATO’s biggest military exercise in decades

Sweden and Finland have joined NATO’s Exercise Steadfast Defender, the alliance’s largest since the Cold War, was covered in an article by BBC on March 11.

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Finnish reservists of the Guard Jaeger Regiment stand at a shooting range as they take part in a military exercise at the Santahamina military base in Helsinki, Finland on March 7, 2023. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Finland’s Resilience and Preparedness in the Face of Russian Threats: Lessons from History

The article about Finland’s resilience and preparedness in the face of Russian threats, was published in BNN Breaking on March 3.

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Passengers and the schedule display completely red due to canceled train services at Helsinki Central Railway Station on February 13, 2024. Fintraffic's traffic controllers did not go to their shifts on Tuesday as part of a series of political strikes by trade unions opposing the government's planned changes to working life. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Strike wave in Finland—a legacy of trust in transition?

The article discussing the recent wave of strikes in Finland was published in Social Europe on February 13.

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Empty Railway Station Hall in Helsinki, February 2, 2024. A strike has completely halted a large part of the metropolitan area's public transportation for a day. Trade unions are opposing, with political strikes, the labor reforms and social security cuts driven by Prime Minister Petteri Orpo's government. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

In Finland, the ‘existential threat’ of Russia looms – and U.S. rescue is far from certain

This opinion article about the current geopolitical situation in Finland,

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Cars queue at the prematurely closed Vaalimaa border check point between Finland and Russia in Virolahti, Finland on December 15, 2023. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

From Finland to Germany, why do some airports cope better with snow than others?

Helsinki airport’s capabilities in dealing with snowy winter was covered in an article by Euronews.travel on December 11.

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SDP's presidential candidate Jutta Urpilainen and former Prime Minister Sanna Marin (right) discussing at the launch of Urpilainen's presidential campaign in Helsinki on December 2, 2023. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Finland’s presidential election campaign is heating up the cold winter months

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The new VTT quantum computer. LEHTIKUVA

Here is a selection of what the international press has published about Finland in the last week:

Finland recovers ship’s anchor close to damaged Baltic Sea pipeline

Finnish investigators recovering a large 6-ton ship’s anchor near the site of extensive damage to a Baltic Sea gas pipeline, was covered in an article by The Guardian on October 24.

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