Helsingin Sanomat


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Helsingin Sanomat

 

the largest daily bourgeois newspaper in Finland. Founded in 1889, the newspaper bore the title Päivälehti until 1904. It is published in Helsinki by Sanoma, Incorporated. Circulation, 345,000 (1976); Sunday issue, 355,000.

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It was also the editorial home of Helsingin Sanomat, Finland's leading daily newspaper, until 1999.
In the poll, carried out on behalf of Helsingin Sanomat, the biggest daily newspaper in Finland, just 22 percent said that theyAaAaAeA{Ed li Finland to join the US-led military bloc, while 19 percent were undecided on the issue, RT reported.
Helsingin Sanomat newspaper said seven train passengers had been injured as well.
In March 2016, Finnish daily newspaper Helsingin Sanomat started news for children section in the print paper and a dedicated section in its online version.
According to Helsingin Sanomat, a single special flight to Iraq is estimated to cost Finland's budget up to 200,000 euros; the cost of five such flights will total a million euros.
Microsoft's workforce downsizing will include 1,000 jobs in Finland, Reuters reported, citing Finnish daily Helsingin Sanomat.
Yesterday, Finnish daily Helsingin Sanomat wrote that the three companies were planning to form a joint firm by transferring all or part of their newsprint production to it.
According to the Finnish daily Helsingin Sanomat, the company will also lay off 'dozens' of staff for an unspecified period.
According to the daily Helsingin Sanomat, the pair were arrested at the Helsinki airport November 30 when their names were found on a wanted list submitted by Iran in 2002 and circulated around the world by Interpol, the international agency that links police forces.
The more I think about the long history of my paper, Helsingin Sanomat, the largest daily in Finland, the more privileged I feel about being its correspondent covering the 2008 U.
The headline of an editorial in Scandinavia's biggest newspaper Helsingin Sanomat (published in Helsinki on May 6, 2006) reads: "Hard to Find a Chink in Finland's Economic Armor.
Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reported last week that the country's Road Traffic Act of 1998 does not recognize Segway, LLC's two-wheel, battery-powered Human Transporters (HTs), which means the devices cannot be registered with the Finnish Vehicle Administration nor operated on public roads.