Countryside of Finland is scattered with empty buildings. Usually they are wooden family houses built right after the World War II, or older small-scale farmsteads. The reasons for abandonment are usual: urbanization drove people from rural areas to centers of growth, and after the first generation, which continued to live and farm in the country, died away, the houses were left empty. 416 more words
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Letters from the Finnish Defence Forces have been dispatched to 900,000 former conscripts in the armed forces in the last few weeks, telling them where to report to in the event of hostilities. 72 more words
Barry talks with Daisy, Winston, and Kirk about lying public servants, open prisons, and a new survey.
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