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Tragedy dominates much of this Monday's newspapers in Finland, as more details of the triple homicide that took place in Imatra on Saturday night are reported. Tabloid Iltalehti has a minute-to-minute description of the events of the fateful evening. All three victims — one of whom was the Imatra City Council chair, the other two being local journalists — were known and liked in the south-eastern town.
Crisis work continues to be at the disposal of saddened locals. News of the shooting also made international headlines, IL reports. You can read our online article on the tragic events here. No one living in Finland will be able to miss the sparkling Indepdendence Day headlines in the country's newspapers on the eve of the big day.
As expected, tabloids such as Ilta-Sanomat splash their front s today with glamorous photographs, with IS even including a special Independence Day supplement with memories of bygone celebrations. Also in the IS spotlight are three female guests. International is also a word used to describe the management of cell phone giant Nokia.
In fact, Helsingin Sanomat goes as far as to say that the company's top brass are the most diverse group of bosses in the whole country. All twelve members of Nokia's board of directors have international experience under their belts, and CEO Rajeev Suri is reported to have lived and worked in six different countries during his career. All ten companies reviewed in HS can boast some measure of internationalism, with chiefs and board members having had dealings in a variety of countries on practically every continent in their line of work.
All ten CEOs of the companies mentioned also happen to be male. Men and women alike are represented in another list of people, this time in regional paper Aamulehtiwhich marches out a parade of faces that a survey says most conspicuously represent "Finnishness". Some attested symbols of Finnishness to make international waves in recent times include X-Factor hopeful Saara Aalto, fighter Makwan Amirkhani and author Sofi Oksanen.
The survey was conducted via a combination of phoners and a web questionnaire in November, A total of respondents were surveyed from each of Finland's constituencies.
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