In our news wrap Friday, a man stabbed two to death and wounded six others in a Finnish city about 95 miles outside of Helsinki. The attacker was shot in the leg and captured. Also, a state trooper who died…
By PBS NewsHour
The legislation serves as a triumph for marriage equality advocates, there’s a caveat. The Finnish Lutheran church is still divided on the issue.
By Iman Smith
Being an ambassador is a pretty staid job. That is, unless you’re Bruce Oreck. Since being sworn in as ambassador to Finland in 2009, his holiday cards have become the stuff of legend.
By Domenico Montanaro
Searching for Lessons on Education at Schools Around the Globe…
By Larisa Epatko
When one thinks of basic rights, things like voting, clean water or education might come to mind. Now, add Internet access to that list. Finland this month became the first country in the world to make high-speed Internet service a…
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