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Time to tango: what’s on in Sweden

Something for the weekend:Learn how to dance the tango in Stockholm, learn about the lives of the Swedish settlers in the US in Gothenburg and satisfy your taste for the baroque in Malmö.

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Met agency forecasts weekend storms

Storms are expected to strike in many parts of Sweden this weekend, with the south of the country likely to be hardest hit.

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Join the Club: Rugby, American sports, Racquet sports

Join the Club is The Local's guide to becoming a member of sporting organizations in Sweden.

MS patient jailed for cannabis use

MS patient jailed for cannabis use

A Swedish multiple sclerosis patient is just days away from the start of a one-year jail term after she was convicted on narcotics charges for growing and distributing cannabis.

Rich getting richer in Sweden

Rich getting richer in Sweden

It pays to build a family in Sweden—and being young with a high income doesn’t hurt either.

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Government advisors give thumbs up for OMX-Nasdaq deal

The offer from Nasdaq and Borse Dubai for OMX is a positive development for the Nordic stock exchange operator, according to a report by the Financial Markets Advisory Committee.

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Gothenburg man victim of ‘Guns n’ Roses’ robbery

A Gothenburg man opened the door of his apartment Thursday night to what he thought was a flower delivery.

‘Stand back or we’ll shoot’

‘Stand back or we’ll shoot’

A gang armed with automatic weapons broke into a bank in the southeastern town of Åtvidaberg early on Friday morning, firing shots and leaving a burning car at the scene of the crime.

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Broken bottle leads to cut throat in Stockholm bar

A Wild West-inspired bar brawl at Kvarnen in southern Stockholm left a 24-year old man near death after being stabbed in the neck with a broken bottle.

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Polish sign reported for discrimination

The owner of Lund's largest camera store has been reported to Sweden's ethnic discrimination ombudsman (DO) for displaying a sign in Polish to warn off would-be thieves.

Green light for Gripen fighter sale to Thailand

Green light for Gripen fighter sale to Thailand

The Swedish government has approved the sale of six JAS 39 Gripen fighter planes to Thailand.