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Police slow to act in captive woman case

Police were informed about the woman held captive in a small cabin in southern Sweden for nine years, in November 2007. They acted first yesterday to arrest her captor - a 58-year-old man missing, thought dead, since 1982.

‘Sloppy security’ at Forsmark nuclear plant

‘Sloppy security’ at Forsmark nuclear plant

Forsmark nuclear power plant has been criticized by the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) for slack security after it found that an emergency cooling system vent had been shut for a year.

Cyprus opens for Turkey EU entry during Stockholm visit

Cyprus opens for Turkey EU entry during Stockholm visit

Cyprus President Demetris Christofias expressed tentative support for Turkey joining the European Union, when he met Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt in Stockholm on Friday.

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Björklund: ‘Leijonborg ouster rumours false’

Liberal party (Folkpartiet) leader Jan Björklund has rejected reports that he is set to remove his predecessor Lars Leijonborg from the government in October.

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Study: Snoring dangerous to health

Normal levels of snoring are dangerous to health and leave those afflicted sleepy and prone to involuntary catnaps, a new study has shown.