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Freivalds speaks out on Sudan

Back in July, when some of the world was finally starting to wake up and take notice of the growing humanitarian crisis in the Darfur region of Sudan, Sweden's Social Democratic government came under a storm of criticism for not speaking out against the Sudanese government's handling, or lack of handling, of the situation.

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Beslan seige: survivor recently deported from Sweden

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SWECO to help Russians combat pollution

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SIDA employee shot dead in Somalia

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China warns Sweden on Dalai Lama

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TeliaSonera growing in police states

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Sweden reveals secret Iraq hostage

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Sweden sends officers to Darfur

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Swedish drugs woman gets life in Philippines

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Swedish-Saudi companies “violate workers’ rights”

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Swedish king says action needed on climate change

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Swedish gay campaigners slam Latvian PM

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Royal plane in emergency landing

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Heroin in record Finnish haul “destined for Sweden”

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Swedish passports no help abroad

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Schwarzenegger unbending on Swedish convict

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Unity on show as Norway’s royals sail in

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Persson and Annan plot to save UN summit

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Swedish campers found after bear scare

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Ulvskog: German poll shows voters want unity

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Swede loses EU terror link case

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Swedish “pirate site” shut down

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Swede gets top Euro role

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Sweden gives more earthquake aid

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Somali genocide suspect arrested in Sweden

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Sweden arrest sparks Somali protests

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Police from Sweden sent to Sudan

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Swede arrested in Bosnia terror threat

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Silvia: give to earthquake victims

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Saddam officials “sought Swedish asylum”

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Over 200 Swedes jailed abroad

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Swedish soldier dies in Afghanistan

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Sweden in Iraq reconstruction effort

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Sweden arrests Chinese ‘people smugglers’

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Second Swedish ISAF soldier dies

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Swedish tourists drown in Thailand

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Swedes in Australia yacht drama

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Injured soldier out of hospital

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Sweden’s army slammed for Russia exercises

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Moderates drop Nato demand

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Swedish opposition launches joint foreign policy

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Swedes keep Hebron observers

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Swedish embassy attacked in Syria riot

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Swedish observers flee after Hebron attack

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Sweden dragged into cartoon row

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Ericsson ‘broke Milosevic sanctions’

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Swedish tourist stabbed in Sydney

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Swedes tell of Africa lion attack

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Swedish groups urge Mid-East peace

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Swedish businessman abducted in Morocco

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Victoria expresses peace hopes in Jordan

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Sweden welcomes Sarkozy victory

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Swedes turn out to back Burmese

Sweden to close embassies

Sweden to close embassies

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Sweden promises aid for Burma cyclone victims

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Foreign ministry suffers from ‘culture of silence’

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Merkel attacks Vattenfall over reactor

Foreigners buying more Swedish summer houses: report

Foreigners buying more Swedish summer houses: report

Protestors try to storm Iranian Embassy

Protestors try to storm Iranian Embassy

US must close foreign bases: opposition

US must close foreign bases: opposition

‘In a networked world, Sweden may be more powerful than the US’

‘In a networked world, Sweden may be more powerful than the US’

Foreign women opt to be ‘own boss’ in Sweden

Foreign women opt to be ‘own boss’ in Sweden

‘Use foreign aid funds for scholarships’: report

‘Use foreign aid funds for scholarships’: report

Swedish research to be ‘peer-reviewed’ abroad

Swedish research to be ‘peer-reviewed’ abroad

‘Send more foreign prisoners back home’

‘Send more foreign prisoners back home’

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Swedish Christmas treat hit by Iranian harvest

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Bildt presses for tough line on Burma

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Sweden “second biggest EU contributor”