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Carl Bildt’s head disappears from photo

The head of Carl Bildt was removed from a photograph on Lundin Petroleum's website after the Swedish foreign minister had left the board of directors. But his body remains and is now topped by the head of board member Ashley Heppenstall, Expressen reports.

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Bildt calls for environmental study on Baltic pipeline

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Bildt in hot water over Iraq war lobbying

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Bildt ‘has party’s support’

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Persson slams Sahlin and Bildt in new documentary

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“Persson is lying” – Carl Bildt

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Sweden and Cuba in diplomatic crisis

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Swedish foreign minister will not meet Hamas politicians

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Swedish-Cuban diplomatic spat escalates

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Bildt – there was no conflict of interest

Bildt’s bodyguards stopped by airport security

Bildt’s bodyguards stopped by airport security

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Sweden welcomes new Palestinian prime minister

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Prosecutor investigates Bildt’s blog

Sweden welcomes Turkish election result

Sweden welcomes Turkish election result

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Bildt joins the world of Facebook

Prosecutor drops Bildt blog inquiry

Prosecutor drops Bildt blog inquiry

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Bildt’s bodyguard warned over airport outburst

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Bildt: last chance for two-state solution

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Bildt condemns Bhutto murder

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Georgians should respect election results: Bildt

Bildt presents foreign policy in Riksdag

Bildt presents foreign policy in Riksdag

Most EU states likely to recognize Kosovo: Sweden

Most EU states likely to recognize Kosovo: Sweden

Bildt welcomes Castro resignation

Bildt welcomes Castro resignation

Bildt to break ice with Kosovo visit

Bildt to break ice with Kosovo visit

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Bildt sees economic challenge for Kosovo

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Bildt supports EU candidacy for Serbia

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Sweden and France compromise on Turkey