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'The Russians have started coming': Finland considers tourist visa ban

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'The Russians have started coming': Finland considers tourist visa ban

'The Russians have started coming': Finland considers tourist visa ban

There's growing political and public support for banning visas for Russians, who can cross their longest EU border into Finland by bus or car in an apparent sanctions loophole.


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Ukraine war: Nearly half of Russians feel 'anxiety, fear or horror' over Putin's reservist call-up [Video]

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Finland Finland Country in Northern Europe

NATO Claims Nord Stream Leak Is the Result of a Deliberate Act of Sabotage [Video]

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Ukraine war: Putin to annex Ukrainian regions; new Nord Stream leak; and Finland closes border [Video]

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Finland to ban Russian tourists over fears of 'endangering international relations'

The Finnish government has said it will ban anyone coming into the country with a tourist visa from Friday following thousands of arrivals after Vladimir Putin's..
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Take a look at the powerful sculptures made by Brad Pitt on display in Finland [Video]

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Brad Pitt has made his debut as a sculptor, in a group show at the Sara Hildén Art Museum in Tampere, Finland. But what inspired him to start making art?

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Ukraine war: EU countries agree new sanctions on Russia that includes a price cap on Russian oil [Video]

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"This oil cap will help reduce Russia's revenues and keep global energy markets stable," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said.

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EU Votes to Makes All Phones Use USB-C Chargers by 2024 [Video]

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Germany faces scrutiny from EU peers over massive €200 billion aid scheme to cushion high gas bills [Video]

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EU officials worry the massive borrowing could have a negative impact on fair competition in the single market.

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EU-wide common charger for mobile devices to become a reality in 2024 [Video]

EU-wide common charger for mobile devices to become a reality in 2024

USB Type-C port will be the new standard for portable devices.

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Phone chargers to be standardised across Europe - forcing Apple to change to USB-C

The European Parliament has voted to introduce an EU standard charging port for mobile phones.
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