More EU trade agreements in the pipeline

EU countries are considering signing the free trade agreement with Canada this month, but the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) is far from the only deal the EU is working on. Various deals are being negotiated all over the globe, but they can only enter into force if the European Parliament approves them.

Russia moves nuclear missiles to Kaliningrad

The Iskander system is intended for the destruction of strategically important objects, such as airfields, ports, railroad junctions, military headquarters, and so on. From Kaliningrad, the range of the system reaches from southern Poland to central Finland.

MEPs approve €9.3m in EU aid for redundant workers in Sweden and Finland

Redundant workers are offered measures such as support for business start-ups, job-search assistance, occupational guidance and various kinds of training.

Helsinki Uber drivers face criminal charges when caught

Previously, drivers found behind the wheel of an Uber only faced a misdemeanor fine.

EU invests €187 mln in first gas pipeline between Estonia and Finland

The EU's financial support to the Baltic connector comes from the Connecting Europe Facility program and corresponds to 75 percent of the needed funding.