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A Palestinian minister has accused Israel of trafficking the organs of Palestinians, after a similar claim by a Swedish newspaper triggered a diplomatic row.
Two Norwegians were sentenced to death in the Democratic Republic of Congo for murdering a Congolese man.
Sweden is among the most competitive nations in the world as economically stability maintains strong and the levels of technological innovation is high, the World Economic Forum said.
Swedish Biogas International has signed a 21 year deal with a town in Michigan – to remove mud from a sewage plant.
People in Thailand are furious by the fact that IMF treat people in Europe better than they treat people in Asia.
Reports that the Arctic Sea cargo ship seized by pirates off Sweden was carrying S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Iran are untrue.
Finland's recession persisted in the second quarter this year, when the economy contracted 2.6 percent.
Danish Climate Minister praised Japan's new target to cut emissions by 25 percent by 2020 as "a bold step forward".
No, the world’s best stock share is not Warren Buffett’s legendary investment company Berkshire Hathaway – it’s a Swedish bank.
Sweden’s government will make additional 40 million dollars available for smaller companies for energy-effective measures.
Faced with increased competition from up-and-coming rivals, Finnish telecom giant Nokia plans to launch a slew of new products this year – but analysts say it faces a tough battle.
Russia will once again become "a global player and a superpower", the country's Stockholm ambassador Alexander Kadakin said.
Israel protested a decision by Norway's state pension fund to ban an Israeli company from its portfolio for ethical reasons.
Sweden shouldn’t stand in the way for European countries wanting to get access to Russian gas via the Nord Stream pipeline, Russia’s Ambassador in Stockholm told The Swedish Wire.
The European Union is ready for confrontation over Iran's nuclear programme, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said Friday.
STOCK MARKET – The Stockholm stock market gained for a second day on Friday after revealing signals that the US won’t remove its fiscal stimuli quite yet.
EU leaders will hold an extraordinary summit on September 17 to prepare for the upcoming G20 meeting on the economic crisis, Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said.