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- Difficult to find buyers.
It's estimated that almost 75 percent of all the wool that's produced in Sweden is either burned or thrown away, mainly because Swedish sheep farmers are having trouble finding buyers, Swedish Television News reports.
- Police speaking to witnesses.
A man in his forties has died after being wounded during a shooting in the northern Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby on Sunday and another three people were also wounded, police say.
- Uses nano technology.
Researchers in Lund, southern Sweden have developed a new brain implant that could help those suffering from neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
- No medals in Beijing.
Sweden has won no medals in Beijing, but there were plenty of injuries among the athletes and specialists now warn that poor medical support is hampering Swedish sporting successes.
- Works in film production.
Thomas Persson, the youngest member of the family that made its fortune from retailer H&M, ranks number 10 on the Wealth-X list of the world’s richest under-35s.