A Stockholm court acquitted three former bosses from the telecoms giant Telia on Friday for corruption charges stemming from deals made in Uzbekistan.
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- Former CEO and top leaders.
- Schengen agreement.
The government once again extended temporary border controls, citing the need to keep public order and maintain internal security. But critics say their arguments are debatable.
- Voluntary halt on competitions.
A number of horses at three stables in Stockholm and Uppsala counties have contracted a strain of the herpes virus.
- "Honour crimes"
In Sweden the local municipalities are in charge of caring for children who face so-called honour crimes or forced marriages.
- 1-2 defeat.
Malmö FF lost the first leg of their last 32 round Europa League match against Chelsea Thursday night.
British citizen Mally Mclane issues a call for more clarity from the Swedish government over what will happen to him and 28,000 other Brits in Sweden if there is a no-deal Brexit.
- Building boom.
The number of foreign workers who come to Sweden on temporary work contracts has increased greatly, mainly due to the building boom.
- 1 av 2Ambassador Anna Lindstedt.2 av 2Daughter: very strange experience.
The Swedish Foreign Ministry recalled its ambassador in China for an internal investigation after she arranged an unauthorized meeting between two Chinese businessmen and Angela Gui about getting her father, Gui Minhai, freed from detention in China.
- Check online instead.
The classic orange envelope send out annually by the Swedish Pensions Agency may be a thing of the past.
- Genre geniuses.
The 2019 Polar Music Prize was announced at Stockholm City Hall on Wednesday.
- Policy speech.
The Swedish government said on Wednesday that it will fight what it called a growing threat to democracy in Europe from nationalists and extremists.
- 1 av 2After cremation.
Tonnes of titanium hips, stainless steel plates, screws and gold fillings are melted down and recycled every year in Sweden, and it's an industry worth millions.
- National Council for Crime Prevention.
Weapons and shootings are part of daily life for criminals, and their use of violence has escalated, reports a new study built on interviews with lawbreakers.
- Vänliga veckan.
Fifty-two percent of Swedes believe that having time to oneself is one of the keys to doing well and being kind to oneself, according to a new Sifo poll commissioned by Läkarmissionen.