Controversy over green fuel ad campaign

Controversy over green fuel ad campaign

A marketing campaign promoting a Swedish bus company’s use of environmentally friendly biofuels has come under fire for depicting children drinking from petrol pumps.

Sweden sends extra troops to Afghanistan

Sweden sends extra troops to Afghanistan

Sweden will send a rifle platoon of 27 soldiers to Afghanistan in the coming days, bringing the number of Swedish troops in the country to 375, the military said on Thursday.

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Government to examine imam education in Sweden

The government announced plans on Thursday to examine whether Sweden should implement a special training program for imams.

Sweden opens the doors to its secret spaces

Sweden opens the doors to its secret spaces

Sweden's National Property Board (SFV) is a landlord of giant proportions. It manages a seventh of the country's land area and owns 1,800 properties in Sweden and another 73 abroad.

Tomato invasion from outer space

Tomato invasion from outer space

You say potato, I say pot-ah-to. You say tomato, David Bartal says extraterrestrial plant fraud.

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Ikea opens first U.S. manufacturing facility

Swedish furniture maker Ikea celebrated the opening of its first factory in the United States on Wednesday.

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Government hints at partial Svenska Spel sell off

The government is open to selling off parts of the Svenska Spel gaming monopoly to other actors in the market.

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Stockholm art gallery guide: May 23 – 29

Stockholm art gallery tips for the week ahead from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

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Stockholm club and concert guide: May 22 – 28

Weekend club and concert tips for Stockholm from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

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Gothenburg club and concert tips – May 22 – 24

Where to go out in Gothenburg this weekend? Monthly Magazine has the answers (Click links for more information)

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Nuclear sabotage suspects released

Two contractors suspected of planning to sabotage a nuclear power plant in southern Sweden using explosives have been released from custody, police said Thursday.