Sweden's centre-left prime minister has expressed dismay at the result of the British referendum to leave the EU, but says Sweden will keep working closely with the UK.
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- Also work strongly within EU.
- Alliance parties.
Sweden's centre-right opposition parties are sorry to see the UK vote to leave the EU.
- Congratulates UKIP.
The nationalist Sweden Democrat party welcomes the result of the UK referendum as another sign that its politics are gaining ground.
- Swedish ambassador to the UK: Swedes want to know what it means to take back control over borders.(4:51 min)A lot of nervousness.
As voting is underway on the UK’s referendum whether or not to stay a part of the EU, the Swedish embassy in London is preparing for any outcome.
- UI analyst Björn Fägersten.
As one of Britain's closest allies at the EU-level, Sweden has closely watched the debate leading up to Thursday's Brexit vote. But what would it mean for Sweden's position in the 28-member bloc if the UK votes to leave or stay?
- A travel holiday.
It's Midsummer, an important holiday in Swedish culture where people celebrate the start of summer. And just how do they do that?
- 2 kilometre trial run.
The world's first electric highway has been opened in central Sweden, where lorries are 'fuelled' from electric cables hanging over the road, just like a tram. Now a two-year trial period is starting, and local businesses are eyeing it closely.
- Euro 2016Sweden loses 0-1.
Belgium’s Radja Nainggolan scored in the 84th minute of the match Wednesday in Nice, ending Sweden’s chances to move on to the European (Soccer) Football Championships round of 16.
- At Karolinska since 2010.
Surgeon Paolo Macchiarini is suspected of two cases of aggravated manslaughter, a prosecutor tells Dagens Nyheter.
The Swedish Parliament voted by a large majority to tighten its asylum policy.
- Temporary legislation.
The Swedish parliament is set to vote on stricter asylum laws today. The Green party sees it as a painful, but necessary move, to stop even stricter proposals going through.
- Will not play in Olympics.
Wednesday night could be Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s last time playing in a Swedish jersey.
- Criminal charges dropped.
All five accused of taking part in the collapse of Sweden's HQ Bank have been found innocent.
- Accuses government of being too cautious.
The centre-right bloc has left cross-party talks on Sweden's housing policy, ending four months of negotiations.