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Friday, 27 February, 2015
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Jonkka concerns on agencies ability handling child protection law
Victims of human rights abuse abroad face challenge to get judicial supports
Poor ice cover over Baltic Sea
Finland win Bronze in 4x5 km relay
Finnish exports to Greece slide
Bad Boy sculpture to be placed at Jätkäsaari
Keskusta tops in popularity: Survey
Air Finland high officials suspected of siphoning money
Consumer confidence on economy gains strength

Jonkka concerns on agencies ability handling child protection law
    The Chancellor of Justice Jaakko Jonkka has expressed concern over the ability of Regional State Administrative Agencies to cope with statutory tasks in child protection.   The Chancellor of ... details
  Victims who have suffered human rights violations from Finnish companies operating abroad are faced with challenges in accessing judicial proceedings in Finland.   The findings were revealed by a latest study commissioned by the Institute of International Economic Law, the ministry of Employment and the Economy, the Ministry of Justice and the ... details
Finnish exports to Greece slide
  Finnish exports to Greece fell by two percent during the period of January to November, 2014 compared to the stipulated period of the previous year, sources at the Finnish Customs said.   The ... details
Air Finland high officials suspected of siphoning money
  The police suspect that the management of now defunct Air Finland illegally withdrew money from the company before it was declared bankrupt, reported national broadcaster YLE.   According to YLE ... details
Poor ice cover over Baltic Sea
The ice cover in Baltic Sea during this winter has been unusually poor, said the Finnish Meteorological Institute. Currently ice is only visible on the upper end of the Bothnian Bay ... details
IMF Loans to Ukraine: Deadly “Economic Medicine” Aimed at Total Destabilization
Ernst Wolff writes in Global Research, February 26
Why the United States Always Loses Its Wars
Joachim Hagopian writes in Global Research, February 15
Big Business “Regulators” and The TTIP: Opening the Floodgates to Corporate Plunder
Colin Todhunter writes in Global Research, February 1, 2015
Greater competition in motor insurance
Leena Filpus and Mark Waller write in Focus Newsletter, February 24
Curbing workplace chemical exposure risks
Paula Mannonen and Mark Waller write in Focus Newsletter, February 16
Increased tempo in tackling biological threats
Paula Mannonen and Mark Waller write in Focus Newsletter, February 1
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