“Racist extremist movements based on ideologies that seek to promote populist, nationalist agendas are spreading in various parts of the world," the UN said in a statement.
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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Every year a staggering 370,000 EU citizens are diagnosed and 170,000 die from the disease.
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Yes, the second time in a row, Finland is still the world ́s happiest country!
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The contemporary art scene in Finland is very active, not only in Helsinki but also in other cities.
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Here's how Father's Day came to Finland.
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Thousands of Finnish kids walked out of their schools and protested outside of their local town halls, squares and in Helsinki in front of the Parliament Building, in a show of solidarity in the global strike on climate change.
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The first Savoy JazzFest gathered a crowd of nearly 2,200 and gave the audience incredible performances.
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This is the second year when the American institute has ranked the smartest cities in the world.
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A total of 29 cases of sexual crimes against children are being investigated by the Oulu District Court in northern Finland.
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"Guts" isn't a word strong enough to encapsulate the Finnish concept of "sisu." We wanted to dig deeper, so we interviewed the woman who has written a book about it.
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