The Swedish Foreign Ministry says a Swedish diplomat has been expelled from Russia, in a tit-for-tat move after the expulsion of a Russian from the embassy in Stockholm.
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- "Russia says this is a response action".
A new Sweden Democrat (SD) ad campaign apologizing for beggars has prompted a wave of criticism.
- "Why aren't more top politicians here?"
Ceremonies have been held in Stockholm and Gothenburg in memory of the Roma who were killed during the Holocaust. This is the first year that Roma Genocide Remembrance Day has been officially observed.
- Policy on asylum-seekers.
Sweden's minister for justice and migration, Morgan Johansson of the ruling Social Democrats recently criticized the UK for not taking in more asylum seekers, reports Dagens Nyheter.
- Set previous record in Sunday's semi-final.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjöström has taken the gold medal in the 100 meter butterfly at the swimming world championships, beating her own world record, with a new best time of 55.64.
- Consumers can check quality themselves.
More and more people are using LED-lights, as a pose to the traditional light bulb for many different reasons. LED-lights last longer, making them cheaper in the long run, and they are better for the environment. But according to Hillevi Hemphälä, a researcher at the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University, an invisible flicker could be damaging for users of LED-technology.
- "Doubly vulnerable".
In order to protect LGBTQ asylum seekers from discrimination, the Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights (RFSL) believes there should be specific housing for these people while they wait for their applications to be processed.
A two-and-a-half-meter-long python was reported to be missing again in Malmö early Monday morning, from its owner's car, which was parked on Hyacintgatan.
- Slowing down the trains is suggested.
Over 1,200 kilometers of aging railways in Sweden are showing signs of wear and tear and starting to split, reports Swedish Television News.
- Tournament in Årstafältet park.
As Sweden hosts one of the biggest LGBTQ sports events, one of those involved tells Radio Sweden of his passion for rugby.