200,000 Swedes back ‘Free Dawit Isaak’ campaign

200,000 Swedes back ‘Free Dawit Isaak’ campaign

Almost 210,000 Swedes have signed up to a petition circulated by major Swedish newspapers as part of a five week campaign in support of the jailed Swedish-Eritrean journalist Dawit Isaak.

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Italian prosecutor pursues The Pirate Bay

The preople behind the Swedish file sharing website The Pirate Bay could face charges in Italy as a Bergamo prosecutor continues a legal investigation.

Ibrahimovic silences critics as Inter close in on title

Ibrahimovic silences critics as Inter close in on title

Inter Milan took a significant step closer to claiming a fourth consecutive Serie A title by jumping 10 points clear at the top following Saturday's 2-0 win over Lazio at the San Siro.

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Teenagers seize hostage in detention centre escape

Two teenage boys escaped from a secure treatment centre in Uppsala in central Sweden on Saturday night. A female member of staff was seized as hostage.

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Swedish gays made to wait for church wedding

Despite being given the same legal marriage status as heterosexuals in a new law which came into force on May1st, Swedish same-sex couples will have to wait for a church "I do".