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The UK plans to adopt a new recycling scheme that would see consumers pay a deposit on plastic bottles and cans. In Sweden, such rules have been in place for three decades.
Potential industrial action in April could affect train journeys across the Öresund Bridge commuter link between Denmark and Sweden, forcing Skåne's regional transport authority to put contingency plans in place.
A new ranking shows which towns in Sweden were awarded the best accommodation reviews in 2017.
Two brothers who were accused of killing a four-year-old when they were only aged five and seven have been cleared of all allegations thanks to investigations by Swedish media – two decades later.
A Swedish MP who was elected to the Riksdag as part of the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats and was recently removed from their list for the 2018 general election has revealed that he wants to become an immigrant in Hungary in order to escape immigration.
A study of bears in Sweden suggests that females have learned to protect themselves from hunters by spending more time with their young, taking advantage of legislation banning the hunting of mothers with cubs.
Lethal violence in Sweden last year reached a new high, with the April terror attack on Drottninggatan having a significant impact on the statistical trend.
Swedish striker John Guidetti has declared that he is an unashamed feminist, in a new interview with Spanish sports paper Marca which also touches on his early life in Africa.
Swedish fashion giant Hennes and Mauritz (H&M) saw its profits plummet once again after unusually cold weather in key European markets brought sales of spring garments down, the Swedish retail giant said Tuesday as it released first quarter results.
As much as 15 percent – or 900 million kronor – of benefits paid to parents staying at home from work to look after their sick children last year was paid out in error, according to a new report.
Spotify expects to post a narrower annual loss, but warns that its sales growth is likely to slow this year.
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