Covid travel: Latest changes begin as seven countries go greenPeople arriving from Canada and Denmark are among those who will not need to isolate for 10 days. Rangers striker Kemar Roofe makes international debut but fitness fears over defenders and Ianis Hagi starsKemar Roofe made his international debut for Jamaica against Panama, alongside West Ham forward Mihail Antonio. Japan may recommend Pfizer's COVID-19 shot over Moderna's for men under 30Even as concerns grow about higher rates of myocarditis among young men who got the Moderna shot, the risk of developing the heart condition is still much lower than after getting COVID-19. COVID-19: Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin apologises for going clubbing after coronavirus exposureSanna Marin wrote on Facebook that she was initially told not to isolate as she is double-jabbed, but was later informed that she should not socialise. The Finnish PM said that she had left her work phone at home while she was out. Are Arab moves in Syria paving way for a greater China presence?‘No one really wants to reward Assad and his regime. But the reality is that they are not going to be overthrown in the near term.’ Why are people floating on a frozen lake in the Arctic?With tourists returning to Lapland after last year’s cancellations, a new experience is proving popular - arctic ice floating. Austria booster jabs: What do the new rules mean for travellers?Austria is now demanding quarantine from many British travellers Medieval warrior given lavish burial 1,000 years ago was likely non-binaryThe person was given an elaborate burial in a ‘female-type dress’ with furs, feathers, and a sword Sweden’s prime minister tests positive for coronavirus. UK defence minister warns of ‘consequences’ if Russia invades UkraineBen Wallace issues second warning this week as Liz Truss accuses Moscow of waging ‘disinformation campaign’ Finland's PM says NATO membership is "very unlikely" on her watchFinland does not plan to join NATO in the near future but is ready to stand with its European allies and United States by imposing tough sanctions on Russia if it attacks Ukraine, Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin said on Wednesday. Finland's ex-interior minister goes on trial for anti-LGBT hate speechPäivi Räsänen is accused of inciting hatred after making the comments on Twitter in 2019. France drops face mask mandate outdoorsPublic health measure has been eased from 2 February ‘It’s a big joke’: Winter Olympians complain about conditions in BeijingAthletes have hit out at freezing temperatures and Covid-19 guidelines in Beijing Finland’s Cold War turns hot as ‘Shadow Lines’ returnsStudent turned spy Helena is back in the thick of the Cold War, but with Finland’s new President and The Fist facing threats from inside and out, it’s a very different game. The problem with Ottawa’s protestersThe convoy occupiers want a meeting with government leadership, but their conspiratorial mindset makes that a no-win for Justin Trudeau. US faces Canada again in women's hockey for Olympic goldOne of international sports’ fiercest and longest-running grudge matches will play out for the second time at the Beijing Olympics, with the meeting Thursday between the United States and Canada determining who goes home with gold. Germany, Italy and France join airspace ban on Russian aircraftGrowing list of countries announce airspace closures in protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine Finnish leader meets Biden, weighs NATO as war deepensPresident Joe Biden has met with Finland’s President Sauli Niinisto with the Fins at a crossroads: Should they move closer to the rest of Europe and the West by trying to join NATO as Russia pummels Ukraine Finland, Neutral but Nervous, Discusses Defense With Biden“We usually don’t start wars,” President Sauli Niinisto of Finland said as the leaders spoke amid the war in Ukraine. Swedish PM rejects opposition calls to consider joining NATOSwedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson on Tuesday rejected opposition calls to consider joining NATO following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, saying an application now would destabilize security in Europe. Putin’s Strategic ErrorThe Russian leader is creating the very Western alliance he feared. Long-delayed nuclear reactor goes online in FinlandThe reactor will reach peak capacity in July when it will cover an estimated 14 per cent of Finland’s total electricity demand, reducing the country’s need to import electricity from Norway, Russia and Sweden. On happiness and hypocrisyWhat does the World Happiness Index really tell us about happiness? Lithuania abandons Russian gas in EU first amid ‘blackmail’‘From this month on, no more Russian gas in Lithuania,’ President Gitanas Nauseda said in a tweet as he urged other European nations to do the same.