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Finland PM: Wide political support for Russia border fence

TDN 18 Oct 2022
HELSINKI (AP) — Finland’s prime minister said Tuesday she was convinced that there is a “wide support” within the Parliament to build a fence on the Nordic country’s border with Russia as proposed by the Finnish border guard officials ... in Helsinki amid Russia's war in Ukraine.
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Arms trade with Israel eroding Finland's global stature

Al Jazeera 26 Jun 2014
The conference was organised under UN auspices and was to be held in Helsinki in December, 2012 ... Among the signatories are Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja, world-renowned international law expert Martti Koskenniemi and distinguished professor at the University of Helsinki, forensic dentist Helena Ranta.
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Discovery of marker for dental stem cells may change the way cosmetic dentists design smiles.

San Francisco Chronicle 03 Aug 2012
Researchers in Helsinki, Finland, have discovered a marker for dental stem cells of the mouse ... A stringent step-by-step procedure will allow the cosmetic dentist to find the so-called "home position" of the jaw, from where the new teeth are designed ... He himself devoted many years to Oral Biology research before becoming a cosmetic dentist.
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Washington Post journalist and photographer touring Finland

Helsingin Sanomat 26 May 2005
The itinerary is taking them to Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Joensuu, Kuhmo, Oulu, Tampere, and Turku ... "The first time I came to Helsinki was when I was sent by the CIA to disrupt the Youth Festival in 1962", he says ... He would visit Helsinki to shop at Stockmann’s department store and visit the dentist.
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Finnish Team to Examine Iraq Mass Graves

Newsday 05 Mar 2004
HELSINKI, Finland -- Finnish forensic experts will travel to Iraq on ... Ranta, a forensic dentist from the University of Helsinki, has led similar expeditions in the Balkans providing information about mass graves in the case against former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
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Finnish forensic experts head to Iraq to assess hundreds of mass graves

Canoe 05 Mar 2004
HELSINKI, Finland (AP) - Finnish forensic experts will travel to Iraq on ... Ranta, a forensic dentist from the University of Helsinki, has led similar expeditions in the Balkans, providing information about mass graves in the case against former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic.
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No fast track to recovery for Europe's economy

Taipei Times 11 Aug 2003
Job markets are so highly regulated and involve employers in such high social security payments that it is simply too expensive to give people work ... It was 8.9 percent in June, Eurostat data showed ... Too many hurdles ... A study by consultancy A.T ... Language and culture are obvious barriers that may deter a French dentist from setting up shop in Helsinki ... .
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For Europe, mass unemployment is here to stay Reuters

Hindustan Times 08 Aug 2003
Berlin, August 8. Bad news for the 12.5 million people out of work from Sicily to Lapland -- the euro zone's hoped-for economic recovery next year is unlikely to spark job creation on a large scale ... TOO MANY HURDLES ... NO MOBILITY ... Language and culture are obvious barriers that may deter a French dentist from setting up shop in Helsinki ... .
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Helsinki municipal dental care unable to cope with volume of patients

Helsingin Sanomat 07 May 2003
Adults who do not have any symptoms of dental problems are not being let into treatment queues for municipal dental care in Helsinki ...     In March there was a backlog of 8,000 patients in Helsinki ... Patients with a toothache are given top priority in Helsinki, and are usually able to see a dentist on the same day.
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Rene Fasel, ice hockey's crafty supremo

Helsingin Sanomat 29 Apr 2003
He is a former dentist, after all ...     A little over two weeks from now, on May 11th tired but happy hands will lift this 10-kilo silver bowl towards the roof of the Hartwall Arena in Helsinki. The new holder of the trophy will be sought from among 16 competing nations in Helsinki, Turku, and Tampere from April 26th onwards.
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Dental problems found in 85pc of national children

Gulf News 20 Apr 2001
©Gulf News Children here show a high rate of tooth decay and there is a strong need for greater awareness about dental care, according to a dentist from Helsinki University ... A group of doctors from Helsinki checked 100 students ages 6 to 12 along with other children at Rashid Hospital and applied sealants to their teeth.
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Dentists claim "full service" is utopian dream in Helsinki region

Helsingin Sanomat 22 Oct 1999
The news had dentists in the Greater Helsinki area scratching their heads and wondering who dreams up these schemes. Helsinki, Espoo and Vantaa all consider that it is a totally utopian idea to expand dental care coverage suddenly without major additional funding.
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