Finland Times

Tuesday, 07 July, 2015
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EU countries leave Finland solely responsible: Niinistö
European Union needs to clarify position on OSCE summit and sanctions
Finnish economists suggest a parallel currency in Greece
3 foreigners reportedly cross Finnish border illegally
Police to procure passports, ID cards from Gemalto
SC overturns entry ban verdict
Mercury goes to below freezing in northern Finland
Number of school students in Helsinki diagnosed with TB
Copying device detected on ATM-machine
Ministry proposes seal hunting quota at 100
European Union needs to clarify position on OSCE summit and sanctions: Niinistö

EU countries leave Finland solely responsible
President Sauli Niinistö believes other EU countries have left Finland solely responsible for the sanction on the Russian representatives who were not allowed to travel to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly ... details
Economists suggest parallel currency in Greece
Nordnet's chief economist Martin Paasi estimates that Greece is likely to be forced to deliver themselves a parallel currency to the euro, as early as in a few weeks. ''Following the ... details
Correction: Student diagnosed with TB in Helsinki
In a story this morning the Finland Times reported erroneously that a large number of Helsinki Meilahti secondary school students have been diagnosed with contagious pulmonary tuberculosis. In actuality ... details
Ministry proposes seal hunting quota at 100
The hunting quota for the Baltic ringed seals for the upcoming hunting season has been set at 100 individual seals, according to a Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry proposal. The ... details
Police to procure passports, ID cards from Gemalto
The National Police Board has decided to procure passports, personal identity cards, residence permit cards as well as related services from digital security company, Gemalto. The bid winning Gemalto ... details
Greece Risk of False-flagging Greece into Submission and Chaos?
Peter Koenig writes in Global Research, July 04, 2015
Ah! Now the Human Rights issues of US
By Professor Abdul Mannan, July 4, 2015
High-Seas Piracy: Israel’s Latest Bandit Act. “Gaza: the World’s Largest Open-air Prison”
Stephen Lendman writes in Global Research, July 2, 2015
Increase of retirement age in public sector
By Paula Mannonen, June 7, 2015
Reform of multi-channel financing aims to put funds and responsibility in same hands
Mark Waller and Paula Mannonen write in Focus Newsletter, April 13
Why I read Tomas Tranströmer
Anisur Rahman writes from Sweden, April 2
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