What Sweden means to you in just one Tweet
The Local · 20 Aug 2014, 09:36
Published: 20 Aug 2014 09:36 GMT+02:00
The Local Sweden has been asking readers to squeeze their view of Sweden into just 140 characters or less. Here's what you came up with up for #SwedeninaTweet.
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Brexit: Swedes in the UK
Moving further north is one post-Brexit option touted by a UK-based Swede The Local spoke to. Photo: Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP/TT Hasse Holmberg/TT
The Local speaks to UK-based Swedes on the impact they think Brexit will have on their lives and their future plans in the country.
Foreign Minister Margot Wallström and UN Ambassador Olof Skoog beam as Sweden wins its seat. Photo: Pontus Lundahl
A dream come true for Sweden's government.
Christer Ericsson has been missing since Monday. Photo: Leif R Jansson/TT
A high profile Swedish businessman is missing at sea after a boat accident near Marstrand off the Gothenburg coast.
The drawers are only being recalled in the US and Canada. Photo: Cornelius Poppe/NTB scanpix/TT
The Swedish furniture giant will recall a popular chest of drawers model in North America after six children were crushed to death.
The interior of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. Photo: Fredrik Sanberg/TT
On Tuesday the Stockholm Stock Exchange started to bounce back from a Brexit-inspired worst day of trading since 1986.
A police technician examines the scene in Tensta. Photo: Johan Jeppsson/TT
Swedish police were kept busy on Monday night after a fatal shooting in Stockholm, an attempted murder in Malmö, and a spate of car fires in Gothenburg.
Iceland's Swedish coach Lars Lagerbäck. Photo: Ciaran Farey/AP/TT
Is Swede Lars Lagerbäck, who guided Iceland to victory over England at Euro 2016, the world's best football coach?
Aida Hadzialic. Photo: Marcus Ericsson/TT
Some schools are segregating boys and girls, the minister says.
Opinion - Brexit
David Cameron also comes under fire in the Sydsvenskan editorial. Photo: Matt Dunham/AP/TT
Britain should not be allowed to delay the initiation of its withdrawal from the European Union, argues Swedish newspaper Sydsvenskan.
A Swedish passport. Photo: Christine Olsson/TT
Last week saw a record increase as Britain voted to leave the EU.