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Finns Party politician and newspaper editors face trial in ‘fake rape...

Finns Party Member of Parliament Juha Mäenpää, and the former editors of two regional newspapers, are facing a court case later in March. The trial concerns...

‘Woodsman’ in court appealing his fourth murder conviction

A convicted killer known as the 'Woodsman' is back in court this week, appealing his latest conviction for murdering a career criminal he first...

Ukrainian woman confirmed killed in Kuopio attack as suspect remanded in...

The National Bureau of Investigations confirms that the woman killed on Tuesday in Kuopio by a sword-wielding attacker was a Ukrainian citizen. The woman, born...

Cheers of support as Finns Party MP goes on trial over...

Finns Party Member of Parliament Sebastian Tynkkynen is on trial today in Oulu, facing charges over alleged anti-Islam posts he wrote on social media. Tynkkynen, a...

Police make plea to possible victims in sex crimes case

Helsinki Police have arrested a man in connection with a string of sex offenses against underage girls, and now they're appealing to any more...

New rules on booze, as Air Force leaders convicted in training...

The Finnish Air Force has issued new rules banning alcohol from training exercises, as two senior Finnish officers are convicted for their roles in...

Trial begins for Loimaa bus hijack suspect

A man has gone on trial accused of attempted hijacking, attempted assault and traffic safety violations, after allegedly trying to make two buses collide...

Former Attorney General Admits Wrongdoing

Finland's former Attorney General Matti Nissinen has admitted a breach of responsibilities when he played a part in handing a lucrative contract from his...

Axl Smith Sex Tape Appeal Heard Behind Closed Doors

The Helsinki Appeals Court sat in closed session today, for the appeals process for Finnish TV celebrity Axl Smith. Smith was convicted in February this...