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Archive for Sat, 02 Jun 2012

Rare Swedish twisters surprise eye-witnesses

Three tornadoes swept by the coast of Halland, in south-western Sweden, on Saturday morning. The sight was “powerful but scary”, according to one surprised eye-witness.

17-year-old girl raped at music festival

17-year-old girl raped at music festival

Police are investigating the suspected rape of a teenage girl at a camping area at the Siesta music festival in southern Sweden.

Mother threatened to toss her son off balcony

A mother from Örebro in southern Sweden is facing child abuse charges on suspicions that she repeatedly beat, threatened and harassed her 4-year-old son, including threats to throw him from a balcony.

Minister’s chopper landing scares kids

Minister's chopper landing scares kids

Without a hint of a warning a helicopter containing environmental minister Lena Ek landed on a school's football field, causing commotion as curious students rushed onto the field to see what was going on.

Hillary Clinton heads for Stockholm

Hillary Clinton heads for Stockholm

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is heading for Stockholm next on her rushed tour of Scandinavia, as her plane from Norway to Stockholm lifts off on Saturday evening.