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17 Mar
Footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic will return to Sweden's national squad after an almost five-year hiatus to play in World Cup qualifiers at the end of March, head coach Janne Andersson says in an online presentation from Stockholm as he announced the team's line-up.
24 Jan
It's thought that as many as 20,000 shipwrecks litter the floor of the Baltic sea, offering key clues about the region's history. Along Sweden's eastern coast, one team of archaeologists undertaking research for a new museum about shipwrecks has noticed signs of looting on historically unique sites, and is racing to protect them from further interference.
16 Nov 2019
A Swedish-Iraqi national has been charged with gathering information on members of Iran's Ahvazi Arab exile community and sharing it with security forces. Ahvazi have long had a difficult relationship with Tehran.
16 Nov 2019
The Swedish institute is hosting the ‘leading through change’ a platform for sharing and developing the insights necessary for transformative leadership. The platform is exclusive to female experts and managers. Carl Michael Gräns, Sweden’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon spoke to CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on what informed the Swedish government’s decision to support this programme.
13 May 2019
With just one year to go before the statute of limitations expires, Swedish prosecutors have reopened a rape case against Julian Assange. Whether the WikiLeaks founder will face trial in Sweden, now depends on Britain.
24 Apr 2019
Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg addressed politicians at Britain's House of Commons on Tuesday night.
31 Oct 2018
Swedish citizens are embracing the microchip implants. More than 4,000 Swedes now have tiny microchip ID’s embedded in their hands to ease access to their homes, offices, concerts and even to social media.
30 Oct 2018
Swedish citizens are embracing the microchip implants. More than 4,000 Swedes now have tiny microchip ID’s embedded in their hands to ease access to their homes, offices, concerts and even to social media.
21 Sep 2018
In a Swedish coastal town, a small group of weavers create the most coveted carpets and tapestries in the world. Made is a series of short films that demonstrate how everyday luxury objects are made, and honor the process and artisans behind them.
27 Feb 2017
Jose Mourinho says he is very happy after winning the first trophy as Manchester United manager, hopes Swedish striker stays one more year.

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