The meeting follows the US indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence officers accused of hacking Democrats in the 2016 presidential eleRead the full story ›
Paul Brand travels for ITV's On Assignment to find out why people are being given free cash by their government, with no questions asked.Read the full story ›
The World Happiness Report ranked 156 countries by happiness levels, based on factors such as life expectancy, and social support.Read the full story ›
Competitors braved bone-chilling temperatures at Finland's annual ice swimming championships.
Toddlers and pensioners were among those involved at the event on a frozen lake in Ahtari where hundreds of people gathered to watch.
Temperatures are not set to reach above freezing this week in the region, but fortunately a number of hot tubs were on hand to warm swimmers up.
With more people in the UK living in temporary accommodation, parts of England will soon trial a scheme which has tackled the problem.Read the full story ›
The victims reportedly were soldiers and Finland’s defence minister Jussi Niinisto tweeted that day "had started with grim news"Read the full story ›
A British man injured while helping other victims of a suspected terror attack in Finland, has insisted he is "not a hero".Read the full story ›
Citizens without work in the Scandinavian country will now be entitled to £478 a month from the Finnish government agency KELA.Read the full story ›
The 25-year-old seasonal worker reportedly died in Kuttanen, Finland, on Saturday.Read the full story ›