Architects in the Finnish capital Helsinki are planning a new neighborhood designed to save time. Smart living features in the development hope to save residents an hour a day.
The Trump-Putin tete-a-tete has brought Finns into the streets to protest both men's presence and policies. Teri Schultz looks at the high stakes but low expectations in Helsinki.
Trump now claims he misspoke when he said he didn't see any reason why Russia would have meddled in US elections. He has now reversed his position and claims "full faith" in the US intelligence community.
Finland became an independent nation exactly a century ago, facilitated by revolution in Russia. Now in the EU and the eurozone, but not in NATO, it's also a top performer in education, coffee consumption and motorsport.
A number of migrants from Asia and Africa have taken advantage of the World Cup in Russia to try and reach the EU. Several have made it across to Finland, according to a German media report.
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