Absent-minded Dane loses car in Malmö

Absent-minded Dane loses car in Malmö

Police are asking for help from the general public in aiding an elderly Dane who parked his car in central Malmö in July and can't remember where he left it.

Mystery shrouds missing Swede

Mystery shrouds missing Swede

Malmö police have issued an international missings persons for 30-year-old Jenny Persson who was last seen on August 1st.

Borg: growth forecast under revision

Borg: growth forecast under revision

Sweden's finance minister Anders Borg on Thursday warned that the government will need to revise down its strong economic growth expectations for 2012 due to the global financial market turbulence.

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Fast food freebie features swastika tattoo

When 8-year-old Eddie and his family recently ate at a fast food outlet in Umeå in northern Sweden, they were surprised to find that the gift inside the box featured a swastika tattoo.

Police storm occupied Libyan embassy

Police storm occupied Libyan embassy

Police stormed the Libyan embassy in Stockholm on Thursday afternoon after the building was occupied by demonstrators earlier in the day.

Reinfeldt: eurozone crisis ‘of your own making’

Reinfeldt: eurozone crisis ‘of your own making’

After the latest downturn in the global economy Swedish prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt commented on the situation in Europe for the first time.

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Swedish inflation climbs in July

Sweden's inflation rate rose at a higher clip in July than in the previous month, partly due to rising mortgage interest costs, although consumer prices remained flat.

‘The Busking Project’ stops by Stockholm

‘The Busking Project’ stops by Stockholm

Aiming to become the first to explore busking on a global scale, one American and two Englishmen set off to travel around the world to document street performers. Contributor Lina Sennevall meets them in Stockholm.

Masturbating man reported for ‘moaning louder than an animal’

Masturbating man reported for ‘moaning louder than an animal’

A man has been reported to the authorities by his neighbours in Malmö after they tired of his noisy masturbation habits, which they report can disturb the peace at any time of the day or night.

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CIA terror deportee released from Cairo jail

Ahmed Agiza, one of the two Egyptians whose 2001 deportation from Sweden to Egypt caused a political scandal and who has been jailed since then, has now been released from a Cairo prison, according to media reports.

Stockholm stocks down on France concerns

Stockholm stocks down on France concerns

The Stockholm stock exchange plunged on Wednesday as global markets tumbled on fears of Greek debt and the risk of a downgrading of France's credit rating.