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The Swedish Defence Minister discusses security issues in the Baltic region as Russian and NATO troops mobilise.
Business & Economy
Science & Technology03 Oct 2016 12:19 GMT
Japanese professor worked on how cells break down and recycle content, which could shed light on range of diseases.
Sweden22 Sep 2016 08:56 GMT
Voluntary aid group shares Swedish Right Livelihood Award with Russian activist, Turkish daily and Egyptian feminist.
WikiLeaks11 Aug 2016 12:18 GMT
WikiLeaks founder has been living in the London Embassy since 2012 to avoid arrest over rape allegations.
The Cure18 Jul 2016 10:04 GMT
We see how one of the most cutting-edge prosthetic advancements in the world includes the ability to touch and feel.
Sweden29 Jun 2016 00:36 GMT
Two countries tied in vote after Bolivia, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan and Sweden are chosen for non-permanent seats.
Refugees20 Jun 2016 01:56 GMT
World Refugee Day: Meet the Nigerian who was kicked out of Iceland and now remains in limbo in Sweden over deportation.
Human Rights07 May 2016 18:31 GMT
Activist Maria-Teresa "Tess" Asplund was photographed with her fist raised to defy 300 neo-Nazi marchers in Sweden.
Politics27 Apr 2016 07:51 GMT
Resignation of minister follows series of controversies, including a party member's refusal to shake hands with women.
In the Field09 Apr 2016 14:55 GMT
We speak to Swedish politicians and citizens to find out what is behind the current backlash against immigration.
Human Rights05 Apr 2016 13:24 GMT
Activists express concerns over private housing companies making profits from the refugee crisis in Sweden.
Sport02 Apr 2016 11:24 GMT
Women in sport do not get equal treatment despite the country's feminist reputation.
Refugees25 Mar 2016 09:09 GMT
As the government considers new, harsher laws on refugees, we examine the impact of its existing integration policies.
Refugees21 Mar 2016 14:07 GMT
Unaccompanied refugee minors in Gothenburg learn anything is possible through their football team and hard work.
Human Rights18 Feb 2016 11:46 GMT
Sweden, which received most child refugees in 2015, tries to find some of Europe's tens of thousands of missing kids.
Refugees11 Feb 2016 16:34 GMT
About 600 asylum seekers spent the winter where temperatures dip below -30C and the sun stays down for a month.
by Mark LeVine
by Mattias Bengtsson
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by Michael McEachrane
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