Europe

At least two killed in Finland stabbing attack

Police say they have shot a man suspected of stabbing several people in the western city of Turku.

At least two killed in Turku stabbing attack

Witness

Finland's Iron Grandpa

A 72-year-old Finnish weightlifter who has won four world championships is determined to win one final title.

Europe

Finland introduces basic income for unemployed

Plan hopes to create incentive for more Finns to work since fear of losing welfare benefits make many act picky on jobs.

Finland introduces basic income for unemployed

Finland

Finns say 'enough is enough' in anti-Nazi rallies

Thousands march in Helsinki, and other cities, after a fatal assault on a man who protested against a Neo-nazi group.

Finland: Tens of thousands march in anti-racism rallies

Social media

Obama's praise of Finland's heavy metal goes viral

Social media reacts after US president says Nordic country's good governance might be linked to its heavy metal culture.

Obama's praise of Finland's heavy metal goes viral

Human Rights

Finland's anti-immigrant bill 'imperils mixed families'

Proposed law introduces high income requirements for Finns and refugees to bring their families to the country.

Finland's anti-immigrant bill 'imperils mixed families'

Finland

Finland far-right groups attack refugees

Dozens of protesters hurl rocks and fireworks at a bus carrying refugees arriving at a reception centre in Lahti.

Finland far-right groups attack refugees

Europe

Finland hit by strikes over austerity measures

Thousands take to the streets of Nordic nation in protest against cutbacks aimed at rescuing economy from downturn.

Science & Technology

Report: Russia sponsored cyber attacks

Finnish security firm says Kremlin is behind hackers who have spied on US, Asia and Europe for seven years.

Report: Russia sponsored cyber attacks

Human Rights

Finnish PM offers his home to asylum seekers

Al Jazeera talks to Finns on the PM's recent move and what role the Nordic country should play in EU's refugee crisis.

Finnish PM offers his home to asylum seekers

Europe

Dozens detained during Finnish far-right demonstration

Small rally in town of Jyvaskyla ends in violence as demonstrators manhandle bystanders and scuffle with police.

Dozens detained during Finnish far-right demonstration

Finland

Finnish Prime Minister concedes election defeat

Alexander Stubb congratulates the opposition Centre Party after projection showed his party coming second in the polls.

Finnish Prime Minister concedes election defeat

Opinion

Momentum of xenophobic right in Finland

Finnish far-right stokes up 'othering' and bigotry for votes.

Bruno Jantti

by Bruno Jantti

Bruno Jantti

Sport

The Tough Viking testing endurance

A 5km race near the Arctic Circle brings together over 300 participants with each step testing their endurance levels.

The Tough Viking testing endurance

Business & Economy

EU austerity faces rising public anger

The European Union's 'Troika' institutions and austerity: friend or foe?

EU austerity faces rising public anger