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Colorful drawing: Happy man holding Finnish flag. Getty. For the second year in a row, Finland has been named the world's happiest country. The latest World Happiness Report lists Denmark, Norway and Iceland as the runners-up, while Sweden are ranked seventh. It's not the first time the Nordic countries rank so highly on quality of life rankings, so what exactly is going on? Nordic countries rank high in all measures. The top 10 countries including all five Nordic countries rank well in all categories, as well as emotional measures of well-being. The same is true for immigrants. While native-born Finns were the happiest people on the planet, the report says that immigrants to Finland were the happiest immigrants in the world. Full story

25 March