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Sweden re-militarises Baltic island of Gotland
Sweden's Baltic Sea island of Gotland is once again home to a permanent military presence.
'Naive' Sweden to beef up anti-terror measures: PM
Sweden has been naive about the risk of an attack on its soil and plans to beef up security measures, including surveillance of encrypted communications.
Israel condemns 'impudent' remarks by Swedish FM
Israel criticised "appallingly impudent" remarks by Sweden's foreign minister for drawing a parallel between the Paris attacks and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Millennium sequel hits bookstores as author admits 'total fear'
The eagerly-awaited sequel to Stieg Larsson's best-selling Millennium crime trilogy hit store shelves in 25 countries.
Swedish Ikea store stops knife sales after attack
The Ikea branch in central Sweden where two shoppers were fatally stabbed -- reportedly with knives taken from the shelves -- will temporarily stop knife sales.
Sweden's newest prince to be named Nicolas: palace
Sweden's newest royal, born earlier this week to Princess Madeleine and sixth in line to the throne, will be named Prince Nicolas Paul Gustaf.
IKEA to make home deliveries in all countries with stores
Swedish furniture giant IKEA announced that it would expand its online sales service to include home deliveries in all countries where it has stores.
Sweden swoons over its Eurovision winner
Swedish pop lovers celebrated their country's sixth Eurovision victory with an outpouring of national pride, welcoming heartthrob winner Mans Zelmerlow home.
Obesity in pregnancy puts child at diabetes risk: study
Women who are obese while pregnant may put their offspring at risk of childhood diabetes, a condition that requires lifelong insulin therapy.
Sweden raises defence budget amid Russia concerns
Sweden will raise defence spending by 10.2 billion kronor for the period 2016 to 2020, the government said amid concerns over Russia's military resurgence.
Cartoonist sent into hiding after Copenhagen attacks
A Swedish cartoonist believed to have been targeted in one of the Copenhagen shootings at the weekend has been sent into hiding.
Ice Speedway to hit Medeu on Valentine's Day
On February 14 and 15, Almaty’s Medeu ice skating rink will host a stage of the Speedway world championship.
Ikea recalls 169,000 baby mattresses in US
The Swedish furniture company Ikea has recalled 169,000 crib mattresses after reports that two children became trapped.
Ikea ruffles a few feathers with first Korean store
Global furniture giant Ikea opens its first store in South Korea, a much-anticipated market entry that has stumbled at a number of commercial and cultural hurdles along the way.
Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions
A study in The BMJ medical journal said Swedes with a high intake of cow's milk died younger -- and women suffered more fractures.
Nobel laureate Malala wins World's Children's Prize
Girl's rights champion Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate in history, won the World's Children's Prize.
WikiLeaks' Assange 'confident' ahead of Sweden ruling
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said he was "confident" his asylum status will be resolved, as he awaits an imminent ruling on his case by a Swedish court.
Mystery deepens over reported Russian sub in Sweden
Mystery deepened over a Swedish military operation triggered by "foreign underwater activity" off the coast of Stockholm.
New Swedish government blames predecessor for 'poor' finances
Sweden's new Social Democrat-led government lowered the growth forecast, blaming sweeping tax breaks by the outgoing conservative coalition for a "large hole".
Nobel economics winners: Usually American, usually pro-austerity
The winner of the Nobel economics prize is notoriously hard to predict, but it's usually an American male opposed to big government and big spending.
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