Swedes in Thai tsunami remembrance events

Swedes in Thai tsunami remembrance events

The Swedish embassy and Swedish Church has organized a ceremony on the beach at Khao Lak in Thailand on Friday in remembrance of the devastating 2004 tsunami which claimed almost 228,000 lives, including over 500 Swedes.

The wave Sweden will never forget

The wave Sweden will never forget

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Asian earthquake: “2,000 Swedes missing”

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“200 Swedes could be dead” after Asian earthquake

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Freivalds: “Many will not be found”

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Persson: “The worst catastrophe of our time”

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King Carl Gustaf: “I share your sorrow”

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Public fury over government reaction

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“A thousand Swedes dead”

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Record donations to Swedish disaster funds

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Sweden mourns

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1,554 Swedes taken off missing list

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827 confirmed missing as the first bodies come home

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Sweden brings home its dead

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Over 100 Swedish children confirmed missing

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Freivalds regrets theatre visit

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Are there Swedes in Thai mass graves?

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Carl Gustaf: “Nobody dares to take responsibility”

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PM to be investigated by Constitution Committee

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Hope fades for missing Swedes

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Persson passes the buck for Swedish tsunami reaction

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Persson and Nordic Ministers promised help

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Swedish tourists return to Thailand

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Police release lists of missing Swedes

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Freivalds: I had no idea what Phuket was

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Persson criticised for two-page tsunami report

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Swedes catch deadly tsunami fungus

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Sweden continues to count cost of tsunami

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Swedish tsunami children ?may never be identified?

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Sweden’s tsunami death toll reaches 374

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Bad DNA samples hinder indentification of tsunami dead

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Formaldehyde in tsunami victims’ coffins makes Swedes sick

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Swedish tsunami help “came too late”

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Missing tsunami boy’s body found

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Swedish authorities row over tsunami bill

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Thailand to pay for tsunami memorial trips

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Tsunami: Government defends itself

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Swedish tsunami victim buried in wrong grave

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Tsunami victims remembered in Thailand

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We’ll be better prepared next time – ministry

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Swedish government slammed in tsunami report

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Apologies but no resignations over tsunami response

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Swedes want Freivalds to go

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Freivalds attacks tour operators

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Persson “got right tsunami information”

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Stockholm tsunami exhibit to open on anniversary

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Tsunami Swedes reflect one year on

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Tsunami: government shunned emergency drill

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Ambassador: I kept Stockholm informed on tsunami

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Persson aide grilled on tsunami

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Tsunami: health minister blames foreign ministry

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Aid minister “never thought to call foreign minister”

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Freivalds regrets suffering of tsunami Swedes

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Persson: “I don’t have any real answers”

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Bildt: Danielsson lied to enquiry

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Tsunami cost Swedish authorities 315 million kronor

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Persson aide faces ‘lies’ investigation

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Tsunami committee slams ministers

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Tsunami child handed to wrong family

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Swedish aid agency criticises tsunami relief

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Swedish children missing in tsunami

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Swedish tsunami children found alive

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Swede tells of frantic tsunami search

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Tsunami email backups found in government drawer

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Swedish foreign ministry blocks Borg’s Thai Christmas holiday

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Psychological suffering for one in four ‘tsunami Swedes’

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Sweden concerned over tsunami aid ‘misuse’

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Unidentified tsunami victims remembered

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Bildt calls for crisis clarity

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Tsunami commission recalled

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Catastrophe Commission looks to security guards

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Danielsson tsunami story contradicted by tapes

Tearful Ambassador alerted Sweden to tsunami

Tearful Ambassador alerted Sweden to tsunami

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New CD find reawakens tsunami investigation

Royal medals for tsunami service

Royal medals for tsunami service

State should evacuate Swedes from overseas disasters

State should evacuate Swedes from overseas disasters

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Sweden promises aid for Burma cyclone victims

Bildt struggles to crack Belgian nut

Bildt struggles to crack Belgian nut

Report: Sweden’s crisis readiness ‘insufficient’

Report: Sweden’s crisis readiness ‘insufficient’

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Two Swedes missing after Samoa tsunami

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Sweden seeks to bury tsunami tapes

Swedish ‘tsunami’ message mystifies Irish beachcomber

Swedish ‘tsunami’ message mystifies Irish beachcomber

Swine flu named year’s top Swedish news story

Swine flu named year’s top Swedish news story

Bildt: Swedes in foreign disasters to pay their way

Bildt: Swedes in foreign disasters to pay their way

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Swedes flee Japan amid quake’s devastation

Japan crisis complicates Sweden’s nuclear waste storage plans

Japan crisis complicates Sweden’s nuclear waste storage plans

Japanese band launches charity concert series in Stockholm

Japanese band launches charity concert series in Stockholm

Swedish musicians to ‘Jam For Japan’

Swedish musicians to ‘Jam For Japan’

Swedish tourists weather Thai tsunami scare

Swedish tourists weather Thai tsunami scare