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Swedish politician Madeleine Sjöstedt investigated for bribery and corruption

Tuesday, 17 December 2013
Madeleine Sjöstedt of the people’s party working as the vice mayor for culture and property of Stockholm country is being investigated for bribery after traveling to the U.S. with the entertainment company Anschutz Entertainment Group, AEG.

Denmark least corrupt country on earth, Sweden third

Tuesday, 03 December 2013
Denmark has been classed the least corrupt country on earth followed by New Zealand. Sweden came in world.

Norway accuses Sweden of ears dropping on its mobile phone traffic

Monday, 02 December 2013
The Norwegian authorities are accusing the Swedish of listening and monitoring Norwegian mobile traffic.

More new Swedish mothers tend to be much older

Thursday, 28 November 2013
Increasingly, new Swedish mothers tend to be older than before as it has emerged that it is common for older women give birth.

Rule: “No Poles, no Iraqis and no Niggers or Gypsies in Swedish night clubs or pubs”

Wednesday, 20 November 2013
Back to the 60s in the USA and Apartheid South Africa, Sweden is living the dream of cleansing night clubs and pubs of Poles, Iraqis and Niggers or Gypsies and most managers continue to dream of maintaining a "white only" night club policy.

Corruption scandal in erupts in Uppsala – Sweden

Tuesday, 19 November 2013
A tangle of corruption with fraud in real estate activities have been reportedly detected in the Swedish enclave of Uppsala. Two officials have been dismissed and one person has been reported to the police.

Swedish secret police want to know email content and destination

Tuesday, 19 November 2013
When it emerged that the American organisation NSA was spying on our emails and listening to our phone calls, there was this emotional explosion of condemnation in places such as Sweden. But the Swedish security authorities love the America approach and want to make similar Swedish go main stream.

Many racists harbour in the Swedish labour Union LO   and will vote the Sweden in the next election

Sunday, 17 November 2013
Labour Unions are supposed to be organisations that support workers and commune with them against the stresses of unscrupulous bosses and a government that will do anything to remove better working conditions. But in Sweden the trend emerging is different. The biggest labour union in the country LO houses surprisingly the large amount of far right sympathisers making the racial position in the country more complicate. 

Far right party, Sweden Democrats expel politician from local government

Tuesday, 05 November 2013
A controversial politician, Fredrik Molin of the far right party, Sweden Democrat in Karlskoga has been expelled from the party.

Are there European countries with hidden economic crisis

Monday, 04 November 2013
The view is that Europe could be on its way out of the economic crisis but Swedish institution is looking into the numbers to determine is that is the case.

The cost of employing doctors in Sweden only getting higher against previous projected reductions

Wednesday, 30 October 2013
Just over a year ago, the Swedish, municipalities and county councils, (SKL) said that temporary workers employed in the healthcare sector would be halved by 2014. But the trend has been shown to be heading towards the opposite direction as we reported on Monday.

Significant increase in the number of asylum seekers in Sweden

Wednesday, 23 October 2013
After Sweden granted permanent residency to some Syrians recently, the country has become a magnet to refugee. The mount of asylum seekers flocking here has been described as the highest number ever seen since the Balkan war.

Various Swedish affiliated organisations actively seeking means to assist Syrian refugees in Syrian and in Sweden

Tuesday, 22 October 2013
As the humanitarian situation in Syria shift to catastrophic, many aid organizations in Sweden have targeted fundraisers to assist in stemming the humanitarian collapse taking place in Syria and the civil war there remain tense. The aid campaign on going in Sweden aims to continuously support Syrians displaced in and around Syria and those who moved here in Sweden

Violent crime is falling in Sweden and across the western world – a Swedish compilation

Wednesday, 16 October 2013
The amount of violent crimes in Sweden and the world is falling as many murders and street violence is decreasing. In 2012, 62 people were killed in Sweden, it is half compared to the late 80s.

Far right Swedish politicians advocate child labour as a tool to end poverty in the world

Tuesday, 15 October 2013
Swedish far right politicians from Sweden Democrats have come under intense fire when they propose that there should be increased conscription of children into the workforce as a means to reduce poverty in countries.

How a small aircraft almost collided with a paraglider

Monday, 14 October 2013

Poverty is exploding in Europe and the Swedish dream tends to be a failed dream for the European influx

Thursday, 10 October 2013
Austerity was said to be a tool that would revise the economy and within a very short time, turn the dying and troubling economies to growth. But that economic postulation has led to an explosion of hardship in a supposedly rich part of the world to beyond explanation.

More exposure of Swedish slavery and slave trade in a new research

Monday, 07 October 2013
New historical facts have emerged to show that Sweden was also as cruel as other European and Arab slave trade dealer countries in their treatment of the black slaves they bought from Africa.

Moody's announces the credit strengths and challenges that drive the positive ratings of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden

Tuesday, 01 October 2013
The Aaa ratings and stable outlooks for Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are driven by shared strengths and a sustained economic resilience relative to most other Aaa-rated peers, says Moody's Investors Service in a new Credit Focus report published on Monday. However, this economic resilience masks highly indebted private sectors and high house prices, which could inhibit private consumption over the coming years.

Swedish police proposes moves to curb the issuance of passports due its persistent vulnerability to smugglers.

Sunday, 29 September 2013
The Swedish police want to make it harder for people to get access to passport due to its increasing popularity with people smugglers.

Despite all fears, the amount of Somali immigrants to Sweden fall

Sunday, 29 September 2013
Despite fears from various sections of the Swedish society, the amount of Somalis who want to come to Sweden after an immigration rule change recently, related to family reunions, has really dropped.

A Swedish Far-right New paper expecting press subsidies

Monday, 23 September 2013
Another far right-wing newspaper in Sweden, Nya Tider, has now applied for press subsidies as the Swedish government provide blanket subsidies to newspapers based on circulation.

ID fraud alert in Sweden - seem to have gone out of control as new wave of fraudulent identification cards in circulation

Saturday, 14 September 2013
Id theft continues to increase in Sweden and the police have been grappling with the problems of counterfeit identification cards that are bought online and then used to buy expensive stuff on credit in stores

Africans continued to find Sweden a terrifying place for them to live in as the explosion of African-phobia crimes continues to persist

Friday, 13 September 2013
There will be a demonstration in the Swedish city of Malmö this weekend as Africa-Sweden once again show their frustration to the Swedish society for it's persistent disdain of them. Just the colour of the black skin kills the Swedish man and the hate becomes so strong that the death of a black African is the best way for them to show their dislike for that race.

Asylum seekers are queuing Swedish embassies after the country's recent generous asylum offer

Friday, 13 September 2013
Just as domino theory goes, what is unfolding in Swedish embassies in the Middles East could be seen as a great exhibition of that theory. After the Swedish government decided last week to grants permanent residency to Syrians who had come to Sweden, and claimed to have been fleeing the conflict, a long queue of people has suddenly emerged outside Sweden's embassies in the Middle East.

They want their pride back and drop out in their drove from the far right party, Sweden Democrats

Friday, 13 September 2013
It looks like its no longer cool to be a far right activist in Sweden, especially at the grassroots level as there seem to be a large decamp from Sweden's own far right party, Sweden Democrats.

Norwegian Progress party unhappy with a portrays of them linked to mass murderer Breivik

Thursday, 12 September 2013
Norwegian Progress Party was outraged when after its election success various foreign media outlets tied the party to the Norwegian mass murdered, Anders Behring Breivik. The Party now pleads with the Norwegian foreign office to help clean its image abroad.

The Nordic countries Engineered Obama - Putin co-operation over Syria

Thursday, 12 September 2013
Nordic media sources are reporting that the Nordic idea and approach to diplomacy led to the prising a truce out of the heated deadlock between USA and Russia over Syria. Nordic diplomatic approach to the conflict, which would have seen the USA bombarding Syria accused of using Chemical weapons on its citizens, was avoided thanks to the Nordic diplomatic thinking.   

Foreign tourists reject Sweden, as it looks like Sweden is loosing its popularity with international tourists.

Sunday, 08 September 2013
Fewer tourists came to Sweden in June and July, compared with the same month last year, questioning whether Sweden has lost its mojo as destination for international tourists.

Sweden wants to open criminal prosecution on the company that employed and exploited Cameroonian guest workers in Sweden.

Saturday, 07 September 2013
The Swedish prosecutors are opening criminal investigation on companies that employed Cameroonians to plan trees in the Swedish forest in Västerbotten, Northern Sweden. This comes after investigations at the beginning of this year by Swedish television showed that the Cameroonian workers were exploited and abused buy their employer.

Sweden pointed out as American's NSA secret key partner

Friday, 06 September 2013
The Swedish organisation Försvarets Radioanstalt, or the National Defence Radio Establishment, (FRA), has been accused of being an accomplice of the US in its spying and information-tapping program.

New era of American - Nordic co-operation as Obama and the Nordic leaders condemn use of chemical weapons in Syria

Thursday, 05 September 2013
President Obama visiting Sweden had the chance to meet with the leaders and head of governments of the 5 Nordic in Stockholm where they had dinner together and emerged with a joint statement strongly condemning the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Sweden starts granting all Syrians who arrive here permanent residency - what can go wrong?

Tuesday, 03 September 2013
The Swedish Migration Board has decided to start giving all Syrians who have come to Sweden permanent residence, making Sweden the first in the EU to reconsider the situation in Syria and let everyone who received temporary authorization to stay and bring in their families.

False advertisement of child sex shows how the interest in child prostitution is popular in Sweden

Thursday, 29 August 2013
It was reported recently about how there is growing incidents in Sweden, where children here sell themselves as sex objects. Probably as a test, radio Sweden conducted a test, which reveals something that was not expected.

The Nordic Newspaper editors send protest letter to David Cameron on David Miranda's detention

Sunday, 25 August 2013
Four Nordic leading European newspapers editors have written to British Premier, David Cameron over the detention of the partner of a Guardian journalist who reported recently about what is said to have been government overreach. The editors jointly wrote a protest letter aimed at the British Prime Minister, David Cameron protesting press freedom, which was published in various British press organisations.

Massive growth in the population of foreign prisoners in Swedish jails - worrying to the government

Friday, 23 August 2013
The proportion of foreign nationals sentenced to prison in Sweden has exploded and being described here as shocking. Sweden has been a playground of foreign criminals and the legal systems here too, has stepped to the task and bang many of them in. But this robust legal reaction is becoming worrying to the government.

Fewer Swedes interested in working in Denmark as tide turn

Tuesday, 20 August 2013
Denmark in the past has been the saviour of Swedish jobs market with scores of Swedes travelling across the bridge to work in Denmark thus reducing the Swedish unemployment rate. Today the situation is changing, with Denmark emerging less attractive for the Swedish job seeker than before. Question: Why?

Imported car to Sweden identified as possible death trap - so car buyers watch out

Friday, 16 August 2013
Want to buy a used car in Sweden or from Sweden watch out that the car is originally first registered in Sweden for many cars imported into the country through the say the Balkans have been identified as possible death trap.

Fewer unemployed in Sweden but more on sick leave

Thursday, 15 August 2013
The number of persons who lived in Sweden in a full-year receiving economic support in the form of social assistance or benefits in 2012 was almost on the same the year before.

Sweden's smallest municipality growing faster as urban sectors tend to repel population concentration

Wednesday, 14 August 2013
Swedish population data for the first half of 2013 show a continued stable population growth though with some amount of increase driven by increased immigration.

Norway to inaugurate bridge one of the longest suspension bridge

Monday, 12 August 2013
Norway is to officially inaugurate one of the longest bridges in the world - 30 meters longer than the Golden Gate. As the locals praise the projects, political and environmentalists are out with dagger.

Amphetamine on an exponential increase in Sweden

Wednesday, 07 August 2013
Swedish Customs have seized 110 kilograms of amphetamines during the first half of this year. In the same period last year, 50 kg was seized and the year before 26 kg was seized by the Swedish customs officials. This is an exponential increase and the question is why the increase.

Finland developing interest in cricket

Tuesday, 06 August 2013
The sports, cricket which is a game played by mostly Anglo-Saxon related countries is gradually gaining ground in Finland and a Finnish Cricket Association has been created to dive its international attainment.

Luxury car theft continues to go well in Sweden and Eastern European gangs blamed

Monday, 05 August 2013
Criminal gangs behind the thefts of newer upscale cars, worth between half a million Swedish Kronor and more is on the increased in Sweden. This comes when overall, the number of car thefts has declined dramatically. Eastern European gangs have been identified as being behind the increase.

Record number of Danish student looking at offshore for job guarantee and good pay

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
A record number of Danish students have been admitted to study programs that can provide jobs in the offshore oil-drilling sector. The driver is the growing importance of the sector in providing better pay and job guarantee.

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