STOCKHOLM - Three employees at the Libyan embassy in Sweden resigned Monday from their jobs to protest the violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in the North African country.
STOCKHOLM - Rendition of songs in Bengali and Hindi and Tillana and Kathak dances marked the observation here of the birth anniversaries of former Indian prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi.
STOCKHOLM - A former Swedish pop star Friday broke her silence about an alleged relationship with Swedish King Carl Gustaf, describing him as a "funny" person.
STOCKHOLM - Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has formed a minority government after his center-right coalition lost control of Parliament in last month's election.
STOCKHOLM - As the secretive Nobel Prize committees huddle for their final deliberations to select the 2010 winners, the question looms large: Are the jurors preparing another Obama-style shocker? After the unusual ruckus caused by honoring Barack Obama less than nine months into his presidency, Nobel experts believe the peace prize committee will opt for a more low-profile choice.
- Hindi Day celebrated in Stockholm
- Swedish vote confirmed: Gov't loses majority
- Swedish government gains 1 seat in late vote count
- Group of Iraqis deported from Europe return home
- Sweden's govt rejects any ties with far right
- Swedish PM says gov't to stay in power
- Swedish gov't loses majority, far-right kingmaker
- Swedish election too close to call
- Exit poll: Swedish far-right may become kingmaker
- Swedish nationalist group surges amid protests
- Activists mull new Gaza flotilla
- Swedish politician faces prostitution claim
- NKorea: Imprisoned American tried to kill himself
- Sweden scraps military conscription
- Swedish princess marries commoner Daniel Westling
- Turkey honors slain activists, including US teen
- New evidence on WWII mystery of Raoul Wallenberg
- Sweden labels mass killing of Armenians genocide
- Swedish lawmaker defends alleged drag-queen junket
- Sweden to close six embassies, open 10 new ones
- Police: Foreigner behind Auschwitz sign theft
- Auschwitz sign theft re-enacted for investigators
- NKorean diplomats jailed for cigarette smuggling
- Sweden, Norway: Nobel medal returned to Ebadi
- Netanyahu: Settlement freeze only temporary
- Russia pledges 25 percent emissions cut by 2020