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Chinese BAIC expresses interest in Saab investment

China's Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. (BAIC) has said it wants to invest in Saab after it failed to buy the Swedish car company, according to a newspaper interview published on Thursday.

Söderling to face Berdych in semi-final showdown

After advancing in the the Sony Ericsson Open men's quarter-finals in Miami, Roland Garros runner-up Robin Söderling will face off with Tomas Berdych in Friday's semi-final showdown.

'Babyface' rapist placed in institutional care

A 16-year-old boy who committed 15 sexual offences in Gothenburg in the autumn, including two rapes, is to be placed in secure institutional care after being diagnosed with a mental illness.

Drunken Norwegians storm Strömstad

Drunken Norwegians storm Strömstad

Thousands of drunk Norwegians stormed the Swedish border to invade the town of Strömstad on the Swedish west coast – as they do every Maundy Thursday.

Wallenberg lived longer than claimed: report

Wallenberg lived longer than claimed: report

Russian archivists have said that Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg may have still been alive after July 17, 1947, Swedish news magazine Fokus reported on Thursday.