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27 Oct
On the south peak of the dramatic Kebnekaise massif in Sweden's far north, year after year Ninis Rosqvist is seeing the impact of a warming climate before her very eyes. And at the nearby Stordalen mire another major change to the Arctic landscape is underway, as vital permafrost thaws. The changes here may well be irreversible, but experts hope they could serve as a warning to other regions facing climate change.
12 Aug
The 60-year-old's crimes are linked to prison executions that took place in Iran in 1988. He has been in custody in Sweden since his November 2019 arrest at Stockholm airport.
15 Jun
Fans react after Spain's opening Euro 2020 game against Sweden ended in a goalless draw in Seville.
9 May
Led by top epidemiologist Anders Tegnell, Sweden has taken a different path to respond the COVID pandemic. That turned the country into an oasis of freedom. But as the number of coronavirus cases is rising, health authorities are urging people to follow safety measures.
18 Apr
On a small boat nosing its way through the frozen waters of the Grebbestad archipelago on Sweden's west coast, Lotta Klemming scans the mist-covered rocks for the perfect spot to find a local delicacy. After years working in the fashion industry in Sweden, Klemming returned to her home village and took up the family business -- a trade she never saw herself working in -- diving for oysters to sell to restaurants in Gothenburg and Stockholm, finding not only a new livelihood but a sense of calm and fulfilment.
26 Mar
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25 Mar
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23 Mar
Swedish football superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to the national team five years after he quit international football. He spoke about his feelings at a news conference in Stockholm on Monday. "To play in the national team is the biggest thing you could do as a football player. And as I was following them, inside me I was feeling, I think I can help them, I think I can do something," said the legendary footballer.
20 Mar
The list of European countries suspending the jab from the part-Swedish pharmaceutical giant is growing. Meanwhile, the WHO says lockdowns could be fatal for premature babies. Follow DW for the latest.
6 Mar
Police have shot and arrested a young man after he attacked several people in southern Sweden with an ax.
27 Dec 2020
It was the worst peacetime disaster at sea in European waters. Sweden wants to lift a diving ban to re-examine why the ship sank.
20 Dec 2020
Sweden's pandemic response has been criticized both by Prime Minister Stefan Lofven and independent commission, but they disagree on who is to blame.

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