войтизарегистрироваться
us
О насОбратная связьРекламаPrivacy Policy
Наше мобильное приложение
Наши группы в соцсетях
Источники
еще источники
Новости
еще новости
По вашему запросу ничего не найдено

The Local

Zlatan trains with Thai cave survivors

Zlatan trains with Thai cave survivors

The Thai junior football team who were rescued from a flooded cave after being trapped for more than two weeks trained with the Los Angeles Galaxy and their star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Friday
Swedish word of the day: en helg

Swedish word of the day: en helg

Today's word of the day is useful when bidding colleagues goodbye on a Friday afternoon.
Malmö mouse artists open 'Sacreblues' jazz club in Bayonne

Malmö mouse artists open 'Sacreblues' jazz club in Bayonne

Two years after the runaway success of their bistro and nut shop ventures, 'Il Topolino' and 'Noix de Vie', Sweden's mouse entrepreneurs are seeking new territory, opening a travel agency and jazz
'We live in a dangerous time,' says Swedish Academy member of #MeToo

'We live in a dangerous time,' says Swedish Academy member of #MeToo

A former head of the scandal-ridden Swedish Academy has likened the #MeToo movement to France's 18th century 'Reign of Terror' which saw the execution of tens of thousands.
Volvo truck sales keep rising in the US

Volvo truck sales keep rising in the US

With the US economy continuing to fire on all pistons, sales by Swedish truck maker Volvo Group rose by nearly a third in North America in the latest quarter.
Sweden steps up preparations for a no-deal Brexit

Sweden steps up preparations for a no-deal Brexit

Sweden is stepping up preparations for a no-deal Brexit scenario, with EU minister Ann Linde saying the likelihood of such an outcome has "definitely increased".
Swedish oil executives face charges over complicity in war crimes

Swedish oil executives face charges over complicity in war crimes

Sweden on Thursday gave its green light for the indictment of the chief executive and chairman of Swedish group Lundin Oil, accused of being complicit in war crimes in the 2000s.
Swedish word of the day: nämen

Swedish word of the day: nämen

Swedes are not a people prone to big reactions. But once in a while you may hear a mildly surprised Swede step out of their shell and exclaim '... nämen!'
Ericsson turns first net profit in more than two years

Ericsson turns first net profit in more than two years

Ericsson's better-than-expected third quarter earnings sent shares shooting up by five percent in early trading.
Lisbet Palme, widow of murdered Swedish PM, dies aged 87

Lisbet Palme, widow of murdered Swedish PM, dies aged 87

Lisbet Palme, the widow of former Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme whose murder more than 30 years ago has never been solved, has passed away.
Appeals court expected to overturn controversial assault ruling

Appeals court expected to overturn controversial assault ruling

A controversial assault ruling that sparked debate in Sweden about its legal system looks set to be thrown out by the appeals court, which is still deliberating the man's sentence.
Mystery white balls wash up on Skåne coast

Mystery white balls wash up on Skåne coast

Skåne authorities are puzzling over the thousands of mysterious white balls which have washed up along the south coast since Tuesday, with one theory linking them to a nearby nuclear power plant.
Migration Agency backtracks over deportation order for 6-year-old legal orphan

Migration Agency backtracks over deportation order for 6-year-old legal orphan

Sweden's Migration Agency has backtracked over the deportation of a six-year-old boy to Ukraine, with the agency admitting it made the decision "too quickly".
Police investigate suspicious substance sent to Stockholm company

Police investigate suspicious substance sent to Stockholm company

Nine people had to be decontaminated after a suspicious letter containing an unknown substance was sent to a company in central Stockholm.
Swedish bank Nordea accused of money laundering after Danske Bank scandal

Swedish bank Nordea accused of money laundering after Danske Bank scandal

Sweden's financial crime unit said on Wednesday it had received a complaint against Scandinavia's biggest bank, Nordea, for alleged money laundering following on from a massive scandal engulfing
Man seized in Stockholm for Rosengård shooting

Man seized in Stockholm for Rosengård shooting

A young man has been seized on suspicion of carrying out a gun murder in July in the Malmö district of Rosengård, in a further sign that police are closing in on the gangs behind recent shootings.
Swedish word of the day: dags

Swedish word of the day: dags

It's time for The Local's Swedish word of the day.
American forced to leave Sweden despite running successful brewery

American forced to leave Sweden despite running successful brewery

US entrepreneur Peter Lincoln has been forced to leave Sweden after nine years in the country, because he paid himself too low a salary.
Malmö performance of Mahler's Fifth ends in brawl

Malmö performance of Mahler's Fifth ends in brawl

A fist fight broke out at a performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No.5 in Malmö on Thursday night, after a listener was sent into a rage by another rustling a bag of gum.
Swexit, nej tack! Most Swedes would vote 'remain': survey

Swexit, nej tack! Most Swedes would vote 'remain': survey

Swedes are among the happiest in the EU with their country's membership of the union, according to a new Eurobarometer poll on behalf of the European Parliament.