Finnish PM: ‘refugees can stay at my home’
Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila offers his second home to refugees, as Europe continues to struggle with an influx of migrants.
Germanwings crash co-pilot ‘practised rapid descent’
The Germanwings co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a plane in the French Alps, killing 150 people, reportedly practised a descent on the previous flight.
Finnish PM: ‘I don’t recognise British image of EU’
Alexander Stubb tells Channel 4 News that the debate in Britain over the EU is too “black and white” and says that Britain needs the union, just as the union needs Britain.
The other independence groups trying to carve a new Europe
Scottish nationalists are not the only ones trying to redraw the map of Europe. Here are 10 other countries with serious independence movements.
‘Targeted sanctions may not work, consider an arms embargo’
Alexander Stubb, Finland’s minister for European affairs and foreign trade, argues that targeted sanctions against Russia over Crimea may not work, and it may be time to consider an arms embargo.
From wellies to tellies: Nokia’s rise and fall
Once undisputed king of the mobile phone, the 150-year-old Nokia has been snapped up by Microsoft after struggling to master the smartphone.
Nokia to axe another 10,000 jobs worldwide
Mobile phone giant Nokia reveals it is cutting another 10,000 staff from its worldwide workforce by the end of 2013, as it struggles to keep pace with rivals.
Gunman kills two teenagers in Finland shooting spree
A gunman has killed two teenagers and wounded seven other people in a shooting spree in southern Finland. A suspect is under arrest.
Taxes are an open secret in Scandinavia
Want to know what your boss earns? Or your future husband? In Sweden, Norway and Finland everyone’s income and tax details are published online, for anyone to see.
Nokia and Microsoft form partnership
The mobile phone maker Nokia joins forces with Microsoft to compete with Apple and Google – “a move that makes perfect sense”, writes Technology Correspondent Benjamin Cohen.