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Stockholm club and concert guide: June 19 – 25

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

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Pirate Party to take Sweden to European court

Sweden's Pirate Party has said it will take the country to the European Court of Human Rights in a bid to overturn a far-reaching eavesdropping law passed by the Riksdag on Wednesday evening.

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Trollhättan plant nabs Saab 9-3

The next generation of Saab 9-3 cars is to be built in Trollhättan in western Sweden.

Former Guantanamo prisoner deported

Former Guantanamo prisoner deported

A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner from China is to be deported from Sweden, according to a decision by the Swedish Migration Board.

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France Telecom mulls higher cash bid for TeliaSonera

France Telecom said on Thursday it had opened talks about whether to enter formal negotiations with TeliaSonera and could sweeten its indicative $41 billion bid for the

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Sweden refuses fixed timetable to solve EU treaty crisis

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt rejected Thursday the immediate setting of any fixed timetable for dealing with Ireland's "no" vote on the EU's reform treaty.

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Men seek help for female sex abuse

More and more men are seeking professional help to assist them in coming to terms with the sexual abuse they have experienced at the hands of women.

Politician resigns over ‘naked Jesus’ exhibition

Politician resigns over ‘naked Jesus’ exhibition

A local Moderate Party politician has resigned over the upcoming 'Ecce Homo' exhibition in Örnsköldsvik, northern Sweden.

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19-year-old gets ten years for Mora murder

A 19-year-old man has been sentenced to ten years for the murder of a 15-year-old girl in Mora last March.

Two dead in plane crash

Two dead in plane crash

Two people died when a small plane crashed during take off in Östersund in northern Sweden on Wednesday night.

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Sweden fails to evaluate language courses

In the forty years since Sweden first began offering courses in Swedish for Immigrants (Svenska för Invandrare - SFI), no government has evaluated the effects of the language courses despite being obliged by law to do so.