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Clubs and concerts in Stockholm

Seven weekend club and concert tips from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

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Stockholm art gallery guide

Five weekend art gallery tips from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

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What’s on in Sweden: April 11 – 17

What's on this week in Sweden: Art celebration in Stockholm, Year Long Disaster in Gothenburg, top Abba cover band in Malmö.

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H&M, Ikea among Europe’s strongest brands

Swedish clothing retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) tops a new list of Europe’s strongest brands.

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Gothenburg club and concert tips

What are the unmissable clubs and concerts in Gothenburg this weekend? Monthly Magazine knows (Click links for more information)

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Ex-con’s sex toys rub prison staff the wrong way

Going-away presents hand-carved by an inmate upon his release did not go over well with the female prison employees who received them.

‘Incompatible’ DNA tests delay Arboga murder probe

‘Incompatible’ DNA tests delay Arboga murder probe

Cross-border law enforcement challenges continue to plague the investigation of whether a 31-year-old German woman can be tied to the murder of two toddlers in the central Swedish town of Arboga.

Iraq conference: ‘Al-Qaeda will not be invited’

Iraq conference: ‘Al-Qaeda will not be invited’

A United Nations conference on the international community's support for Iraq's development will take place in Sweden on May 29th, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said on Thursday.

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Reinfeldt heads to China for climate talks

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt sets off on Thursday for China for talks with President Hu Jintao and Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on the environment and possibly human rights, the government said.

Debating NATO: Sweden and Finland keep their distance

Debating NATO: Sweden and Finland keep their distance

Sweden and Finland have become more willing to debate possible NATO membership, writes Tallinn-based journalist Justin Petrone. But opposition to the alliance remains strong.

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Government promises further tax cuts

The government has promised another round of tax reductions and has agreed to implement a third stage in lowering the income tax burden.