Finland Times

Monday, 27 June, 2016
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Pension companies dispel Brexit fear
Sami Parliament to form truth commission
14 killed in accidents during Midsummer
Temperature to drop countrywide
Citizens’ initiative gets 12,000 signatures

Pension companies dispel Brexit fear
  The shock caused by the outcome of the British EU referendum will not jeopardise the finances of Finland’s two largest employment pension companies, company officials said.   The CEO of pension company Ilmarinen, ... details
Sami Parliament to form truth commission
  The Sami Parliament wants to set up a truth commission to probe into discriminations and forced assimilation experienced by the Sami people.   The matter is written on the Sami Parliament’s objectives ... details
Referendum on EU membership
Citizens’ initiative gets 12,000 signatures
  A citizen initiative seeking for a referendum on Finland's membership in the European Union has received 12,000 signatures.   The initiative was launched by Sebastian Tynkkynen, the chair of Perussuomalaiset (Finns Party) youth ... details
Temperature to drop countrywide
  The weather is set to become slightly chilly and unstable following a beautiful Midsummer, according to the forecast of Finnish Meteorological Institute.   The Met Office said the mercury will drop across the country, ... details
14 killed in accidents during Midsummer
  At least 14 people were killed in separate accidents across the country during Midsummer till Sunday evening.   Nine of the victims drowned while five others died in other accidents.   A 74-year-old woman ... details
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