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Netherlands and Finland may stunt EU Summit progress

Fears about the imminent collapse of the European financial system appeared to have subsided somewhat since last week's EU summit — but there could be a big kink in this plan.

Finland: Gunman kills 2, wounds 7 from rooftop in random attack

Two teenagers are dead and seven people wounded after a gunman opened fire in the center of the Finnish town of Hyvinkaa.

Politicians bin Guggenheim museum plan for Helsinki

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation had proposed that a new contemporary art museum be established on a city-owned site on Helsinki’s south harbor, with attendance estimated at around half a million people a year.

Northern Europeans decry ongoing support for shaky southern Europe economies

BRUSSELS — Some northern Europeans have had enough of shipping funds to what they regard as profligate peripheral partners.
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