You will need the possessive structure when you want to tell what you have or do not have. I think in terms of integration that would be an important new step," she declared. Photo: Roberto Pfeil/dpa. General. 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The call is open until 16 November 2020. News. Photo: Carol Smiljan/dpa. In this lesson you will learn to answer the questions where?, where to?, and where from? Photo: Tamal Shee/dpa. Photo: /Imagespace/dpa. Photo: Matthias Oesterle/dpa. While 89 MPs thought Trump's presidency was not good for the country, 19 said it was but 32 were not able to say. Restrictions on internal and external border traffic will be reinstated based on an epidemiological assessment. So we are matchmaking and trying to make things better because this has been a problem in the past.". Photo: Donal Husni/dpa. Photo: Corine Sciboz/dpa. Paris (France): French Prime Minister Jean Castex (C) accompanied by Gerald Darmanin (R), Minister of Interior, speak to the press in the aftermath of the knife attack near the former editorial offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Carlos Mejaa/dpa. Mexico City: A garbage collector is seen wearing a protective mask as he works at a landfill on the outskirts of the Mexican capital. Finland's first same-sex adoptions confirmed Now Finland. Helsinki Times is the first and only English language newspaper providing news about Finland in English. Photo: Bertrand Guay/dpa. Photo: Skanda Gautam/dpa. Dhaka (Bangladesh): People skirmish with policemen during a protest to call for justice after a video surfaced showing a group of men stripping and severely beating a woman in the southern district of Noakhali. "One reason they have problems getting jobs after graduating is they can’t speak Finnish and there aren’t many workplaces where you can work with no Finnish at all. However she later clarified that this proposal would be applied to asylum seekers granted residency in Finland. At its session on Thursday 22 October, the Government appointed a new Deputy Director General of the Department for Africa and the Middle East. There should be more emphasis on teaching spoken Finnish or Finnish for business to those of us who come here to study or for research. Halle (Germany): Passers-by look at artificially generated auroras on the Hallmarkt using laser beams and fog. According to Senior Adviser on Development Policy Johanna Jokinen-Gavidia, democratic systems do not hold together by themselves. Paris (France): A protester holds the French National Flag amid a cloud of tear gas during a demonstration called by the yellow vests. Berlin: Rachel (L) and Suzy, two performers from the Estrel Hotel, kneel next to a poster saying 'Possibly never again' during a demonstration calling for more support for the culture and event industry. Now that I’m older and have more responsibilities and am entering the job market after academia and it turns out being fluent in Finnish is a must – obviously since we’re in Finland. Photo: Gareth Fuller/dpa. On 19 August, we celebrate World Humanitarian Day. Surabaya (Indonesia): Medical workers take nasal swab samples from women at a Public Health Center during a coronavirus testing campaign. Edit: Updated at 12.04pm on 12 February to remove certain details about one contributor to protect the individual's privacy. Taipei (Taiwan): President of the Taiwanese Parliament Jou Si-kchun (2nd R) welcomed the Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil (2nd L) at the parliament's seat in Taipei. The national deadline for submitting the applications is 28 October 2020. Stakeholder consultations on Finland's Africa strategy started on Wednesday 30 September 2020. Zhezqazghan (Kazakhstan): NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy is helped out of the Russian Soyuz MS-16 spacecraft moments after landing in a remote area near the town of Zhezkazgan. Kyntäjä acknowledged that Finland may already have a two-tiered labour market, where immigrant workers are mostly occupied in low-wage sectors such as construction and services. England, London: US actor Johnny Depp (C) leaves the High Court after giving evidence in his libel case against the publishers of The Sun because of an article which claimed that he physically abused his ex-wife. Men wash their bodies at the holy spring shower during the Banyu Pinaruh cleansing ceremony at Tirta Empul Temple. Dhaka (Bangladesh): A Bangladeshi student dressed in black holds a placard that reads 'Victim Blaming' during a protest against recent alleged rape and torture of a woman. Insofar as external border control continues, the accepted criteria for entry are the return of persons living in Finland or in another EU or Schengen country and other essential reasons. Towards the end of the trial when I asked the boss if she could hire me, her response was “You are a good worker and we love your work. Photo: Ellan Lustosa/dpa. Washington (US): Women dress as handmaids hold placards during a demonstration against the confirmation hearings for US Supreme Court Justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/dpa. In accordance with the Government decision, the amendments to the entry restrictions entered into force on 10 August 2020. He called on institutions to do more to help students learn Finnish and integrate. That is why Finland is now joining the group of States that have publicly expressed their positions on international law in cyberspace. Photo: Ricardo Rubio/dpa. Berlin (Germany) Activists carry a huge inflatable pig in front of the Parliament with the inscription "Stop the cheap meat system" as a protest against Germany's largest slaughterhouse Toennies and how they did manage the coronavirus crisis. Spain's government imposes an obligatory night-time curfew between 11 pm and 6 am for at least two weeks amid the spread of the coronavirus. According to the latest data available from the OECD, the unemployment rate in the foreign-born population in Finland at the end of 2017 was 15.8 percent. 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England, Liverpool: Fabinho, Roberto Firmino and Alisson Becker celebrate with the Premier League trophy after the end of the match between Liverpool and Chelsea at the Anfield. If you can’t work according to your qualification which you have got in your own country it’s very frustrating. She said that the EK is now partnering with the City of Helsinki and universities in the region to match graduates with firms. Former Swedish PM says Trump can Push USA to Dictatorship! Photo: Alain Jocard/dpa. Photo: Ashish Vaishnav/dpa. In its informal meeting on 18 August, the Government outlined changes to border traffic restrictions and travel recommendations. India, Mumbai: A man carries an elderly woman as he wades through the flood waters caused by monsoon rains.