Every year on 10 October, Finns celebrate the day of Finnish literature, named after one of the earliest writers of prose in the language, Aleksis Kivi (b. 1834). During his short life, Kivi wrote 12 plays and one collection of poetry. His most remarkable oeuvre is, however, the novel...
Elected officials, political candidates and protesters have a responsibility to temper their remarks so as not to inflame a dangerous situation.
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Source: The New York Times