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20 Companies Profiting The Most From War

Global military spending increased by 3.9% in 2017, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The global rise was driven partially by a $9.6 billion hike in U.S. spending...
Related topics: Military, Stockholm

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Swedish-hungarian War Of Words Escalates As Minister Called 'sick Creature'

Sweden and Hungary have been embroiled in a bitter quarrel after a Swedish cabinet minister made a controversial comparison between Budapest's pro-family policy and that of Nazi Germany.
Related topics: Hungary, Budapest, Germany

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Coalition Tries To Keep Foreign Fighters Away From Syrian Gov't - Ex-scholar

Norway, Sweden and Denmark have already responded to US President Donald Trump's demand for Europe to take back their nationals who joined Daesh* terrorist group in Syria.
Related topics: Norway, Denmark, Donald Trump, Terrorism, Syria

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Moving From A Promise Made In Sweden To Hope For Peace In Yemen

“Significant progress” is being made in implementing the peace deal reached in Stockholm last December between Government and Houthi leaders in Yemen, according to United Nations Special Envoy Martin Griffiths.
Related topics: Yemen, Stockholm

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The 'green New Deal' Skips Nuclear Energy: Could Be A Mistake

Sweden has slashed carbon emissions by going nuclear, so why doesn’t the U.S.?        

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Sweden Has Come Up With An Unusual Way To Encourage Entrepreneurship

Workers in Sweden have the right to take six-months unpaid leave if they want to start their own business. It's one of the reasons why Sweden is a leading country for startups.
Related topics: Startup

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Trump's Call To Bring Eu Jihadists Home Sows Discord In Scandinavia

Denmark, Norway and Sweden have taken different approaches in dealing with jihadists; many insist that Daesh* is in its death throes, with the former "caliphate" reduced to a tiny pocket of resistance. While some see the jihadists as "some of the...
Related topics: Denmark, Norway

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Sweden Prosecuting Pensioners, Welcoming Isis

Authored by Judith Bergman via The Gatestone Institute, Perhaps the Council of Europe considers Åberg's successful efforts of turning in fellow Swedes to the police for perceived thought crimes an example that other European countries should...
Related topics: Isis, Police

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There Is No Need To Create Eu Army - Swedish Defence Minister

STOCKHOLM (Sputnik) - Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist said Friday he did not support the idea of creating a unified pan-European army, which was earlier proposed by some European politicians.
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Climate Change: Young People Striking From School See It For The Life-threatening Issue It Is

Students around the world are walking out of school once more, as part of ongoing strikes to protest governments' inaction on climate change. Since August 2018, tens of thousands of young people have taken part in strikes across Sweden, Switzerland,...
Related topics: Protests, Switzerland

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Educate To Liberate

A populist wave is sweeping the Western world. In Austria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, and the United States, populist parties and candidates have entered the government. In France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, they...
Related topics: Austria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Greece, Netherlands

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Sweden Bombing Crisis Continues: Man Blows Himself Up As 4 Bombings Take Place In 24 Hours

Guest post by Peter Imanuelsen, more commonly known as PeterSweden As reported on earlier here on The Gateway Pundit, there has been an unprecedented number of bombings taking place in Sweden recently, something that is now continuing as yet again...

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Sweden's Cashless Experiment: Is It Too Much Too Fast?

In Sweden, few people use cash anymore. Most people pay by card, online or with digital apps, and that trend is spurring a new debate on whether going cashless is fair for everyone.(Image credit: Maddy Savage for NPR)
Related topics: Credit Cards, Debate

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Sweden Extends Border Controls, Citing "continued Threat To Public Order"

A few short months after Sweden was harshly criticized over its border controls in a Schengen report released in September, the country announced this week that it will extend border control measures for an additional three months. "The decision...

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Explosion Rocks Apartment Building In Stockholm, One Dead - Police

An unidentified man is suspected of triggering a bomb in the southern suburbs of Stockholm, according to media reports. The inhabitants of neighbouring houses have reportedly been evacuated.
Related topics: Stockholm, Police

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Brexit Lessons In Norway’s Hard Border With Sweden

With fresh snow crunching under their boots and a handful of papers to be checked and stamped, truck drivers from Latvia, Sweden and Poland make their way across Norway’s Orje customs station to a small office where their goods will be cleared out...
Related topics: Norway, Latvia, Poland

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Report: Apple Looks To Sell Stockholm Property Following Blocked Flagship Store Plan

As the sun sets on plans to transform a historic park in Stockholm with the addition of a flagship Apple store, Apple is now looking to unload the property it planned to occupy and distance itself from the project, according to a new report from...
Related topics: Apple (AAPL), Stockholm

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Tink, The European Open Banking Platform, Scores €56m In New Funding

Tink, the European open banking platform headquartered in Sweden, has deposited €56 million in new funding. Leading the round is U.S.-based Insight Venture Partners. Existing backers Sunstone, SEB, Nordea Ventures and ABN AMRO Digital Impact Fund...
Related topics: Banking

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Sweden Concerned Over Harm Us Sanctions On Russia May Do To National Economy

STOCKHOLM (Sputnik) - The Swedish government is concerned that the country’s enterprises and workers will be harmed should the United States reinstate sanctions against companies owned by Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, the Swedish minister...
Related topics: Russia, Stockholm

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Former Reporter At Sweden’s Aftonbladet Arrested With Massive Flash Powder Bomb In Hotel Room

Guest post by Peter Imaunelsen, more commonly known as PeterSweden A young couple were arrested this Friday by Swedish police after being found in possession of a powerful bomb at a hotel in the Stockholm area. Police were first called to the scene...
Related topics: Police, Stockholm

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