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Police probe cop blogger over furtive glans

Police in southern Sweden are investigating claims by an anonymous officer that he and a colleague secretly dabbed the tips of their sex organs against parts of a car driven by female co-workers, local newspaper Kvällsposten reports.

Irish police foil plot to kill Swedish cartoonist

Irish police foil plot to kill Swedish cartoonist

Seven Muslims were arrested by Irish police on Tuesday on suspicions of conspiracy to murder a Swedish cartoonist who drew the prophet Muhammad with the body of a dog.

Sweden helping Chechen ‘bandits’: Russia

Sweden helping Chechen ‘bandits’: Russia

Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has hit out at Sweden for providing a home for Chechen "bandits".

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Borg: No cash for euro currency fund

Sweden's Finance Minister Anders Borg has lent his support to a German initiative to create a European currency fund to support euro countries with budgetary problems, but said that Sweden would not be contributing finance.

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China rejects spy case findings

China has strongly denied allegations that it illegally gathered information on members of the Uighur community after a Swedish court jailed a man for spying.

Stockholm gallery opens ‘Wag the Dog’ exhibition

Stockholm gallery opens ‘Wag the Dog’ exhibition

A multimedia exhibition by Armenian artist Azat Sargsyan on the perception of reality presented by the mass media, marks the start of the spring season at Stockholm art gallery wip:sthlm.

Record sub-zero temperature suite broken

Record sub-zero temperature suite broken

The recent thaw has loosened winter's stranglehold on Sweden with mild weather finally breaking a record long period of sub-zero temperatures in many parts of the country, according to the Meteorological Agency, SMHI.

Reinfeldt: ‘Iceland must honour its commitments’

Reinfeldt: ‘Iceland must honour its commitments’

Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has reminded crisis-stricken Iceland that the Swedish portion of a large Nordic country loan is conditional on Reykjavik concluding a compensation deal for the Icesave bank collapse.

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Swede appointed to head UN police force

Swedish police officer Ann-Marie Orler has been appointed as the United Nation's top cop.

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Police bust record studio cannabis ring

Stockholm police have busted a network of cannabis growers. One of the suspects is a record producer who cultivated the plants in his studio.

Trove of shipwrecks found in Baltic Sea

Trove of shipwrecks found in Baltic Sea

A dozen previously unknown shipwrecks have been found on the bed of the Baltic Sea; some of them are thought to up to 1,000 years old, the Swedish National Heritage Board said on Monday.