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Sweden: Step up efforts to fight systemic racism, urge UN experts

New York: Sweden should step up efforts to fight systemic racism and focus on strategies to restore trust between police and minority groups, said a UN Human Rights Council-appointed group of independent experts on advancing racial justice and equality, on Friday.

Swedish PM Andersson to resign today as right-wing bloc set to win

Stockholm/UNI: Sweden's Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson said she will stand down after her government was defeated by a thin margin in Sunday's election.

Four killed as private jet crashes over Baltic Sea

Stockholm: All four onboard were believed to be killed when a private jet crashed into the Baltic Sea, according to media reports from both Sweden and Latvia.

Sweden: Man dies in shooting at Malmo shopping mall

A shooting incident at a shopping mall in Sweden has left a man dead, media reports said on Saturday.

Swedish PM condemns unrest in wake of Quran burning

Stockholm: Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has condemned the unrest that has engulfed several cities across the country following anti-Muslim and anti-immigration rallies organized by Danish far-right politician Rasmus Paludan, Swedish media reported.

Sweden witnesses unrest over alleged Quran burning

Norrköping, Sweden: At least three people were hurt as clashes continued to take place in Sweden for the fourth consecutive day by the apparent burning of a Quran by a far-right group, media reports said.

Sweden: Two women die after 'violence' at school

Stockholm: Two women died after being "subjected to violence" at a secondary school in the southern Swedish city of Malmö, police said on Tuesday.

Eight injured in 'suspected terrorist stabbing' in Sweden: Reports

Stockholm, Sweden/IBNS: At least eight people were injured after a man in his twenties attacked them with a "sharp object," in the Swedish city of Vetlanda on Wednesday afternoon, reports said.

5G: Sweden bans use of Huawei, ZTE equipment

Stockholm: The Swedish government has banned Chinese tech companies Huawei and ZTE from building new high-speed wireless networks.

Riots hit Sweden: 10 arrested

Stockholm/UNI: Riots broke out in the Sweden city of Malmo, following burning of some objectionable material by the members of a far-right Danish party, police said on Saturday.

Riots in Sweden's Malmo after anti-Islam Danish leader slapped two-year ban, blocked from Quran burning rally

Stockholm: Stones were pelted at policemen as about 300 agitators set fire to tyres while protesting anti-Islam activities in Sweden's Malmo.

European govts mustn’t stay mum over Baloch Journalist’s death: Expert

Singapore: Referring to the death of Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain in Sweden, a geopolitics expert has asked European governments to be responsible for the safety of their citizens.

Passenger traffic in Sweden's airports down 98 pc due to coronavirus outbreak - Operator

Stockholm/Sputnik: Passenger traffic at the ten largest Swedish airports decreased by 98 percent due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to statistics released on Tuesday by operator company Swedavia.

Swedish authorities drop investigation against Julian Assange

London/IBNS: Swedish authorities have announced that they are ending all investigations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in connection with the rape allegation, media reports said.

Moving from a promise made in Sweden to hope for peace in Yemen

New York, Feb 20 (IBNS): “Significant progress” is being made in implementing the deal reached in Stockholm last December between Government and Houthi leaders in Yemen, according to United Nations Special Envoy Martin Griffiths.