Swedish ire stopped CIA ‘terror flights’

Swedish ire stopped CIA ‘terror flights’

Suspicions that the United States was transporting terror suspects via Sweden on clandestine flights resulted in a diplomatic crisis, according to documents released by WikiLeaks.

Sahlin criticises Social Democrats’ job policy

Sahlin criticises Social Democrats’ job policy

Outgoing Social Democratic leader Mona Sahlin called for a new jobs policy that makes it worthwhile to work and was critical of cooperation with the Left Party said in a speech to the party's advisory committee on Saturday.

Swedes name China most innovative in future

Swedes name China most innovative in future

A new Swedish study has revealed that respondents from six countries believe that China will become the world's most innovative country in 10 years, followed by India and the US.

Swedish King opens new Malmö City Tunnel

Swedish King opens new Malmö City Tunnel

Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf opened the Malmö City Tunnel at 5.30pm on Saturday afternoon, with the opening ceremony attended by an estimated 6,000 spectators at the city's Posthusplatsen.

Sweden’s Jönsson wins cross-country World Cup

Sweden’s Jönsson wins cross-country World Cup

Sweden's Emil Jönsson won his sixth title on the World Cup circuit on Saturday when he crossed the line first in the cross-country freestyle sprint final in Düsseldorf, Germany.

WikiLeaks shifts domains as PayPal cuts donations

WikiLeaks shifts domains as PayPal cuts donations

WikiLeaks battled to stay online on Saturday after Sweden issued a new arrest warrant for its elusive publisher Julian Assange, while PayPal axed donations to the whistleblowing website.