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Swedes ran brothel in the Philippines

Two Swedish men in their thirties have been arrested in the Philippines on charges of human trafficking. The accused, who are alleged to have forced women to perform sexual acts in front of a web camera, face possible lifetime prison sentences, writes Expressen.

‘Allow foreign police in Sweden’: minister

‘Allow foreign police in Sweden’: minister

Minister of Justice Beatrice Ask wants foreign police to be able to operate in Sweden. A committee of inquiry will be set up to look into ways in which this might work.

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Lundström demands Pirate Bay retrial

Carl Lundström, who received a one-year prison sentence following the trial of the four men behind the free file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, has demanded that the case be retried in the Stockholm District Court.

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‘Unity in Cyprus a chance for peace’: Bildt

Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt declared on Friday that the negotiations on reunification in Cyprus brokered by the UN offer an unprecedented chance for peace in the region as a whole.

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Ludvika murder victim identified

Police have announced that the man found dead last Tuesday in Marnästjärn i Ludvika was Jimmy Bäckman, a 22-year-old resident of Ludvika who disappeared mysteriously last November. His identity was confirmed by the medical examiner on Friday.

Restless Ibrahimovic looks to pastures new

Restless Ibrahimovic looks to pastures new

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he feels footloose after half a decade with the current Serie A league leaders Inter Milan and would like to move on, preferably to a club in Spain.