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SJ apologizes after 'asylum-seeker' gaff

SJ apologizes after 'asylum-seeker' gaff

Swedish national rail operator SJ has apologized after identifying a family who lacked tickets as "asylum seekers" over a train loudspeaker system.

Hells Angels behind MC gang attack: report

A man was shot in the leg, another was stabbed and a third received a blow to the head with an axe when a group of men stormed into a motorcycle gang premises in Skene in western Sweden.

Troubled SAS rejects bankruptcy rumours

Troubled SAS rejects bankruptcy rumours

Scandinavian airline SAS has moved to quash rumours that it is facing bankruptcy and that banks are considering not extending loans to the troubled carrier.

Teenager dies as car rams pedestrians

A 13-year-old boy has died and a further seven people have been injured after a vehicle careered into a group of people walking along a pavement in Malå in northern Sweden on Saturday evening.

Ibrahimovic winner puts PSG in pole position

Ibrahimovic winner puts PSG in pole position

Paris Saint Germain have been helped by two summers of colossal investment from their Qatari investors, but it is chiefly thanks to Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic that they top Ligue 1 after Saturday's 1-0 win at Nancy.