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Sweden’s Queen Silvia says palace is haunted by ghosts

Queen Silvia of Sweden believes her royal palace is haunted, according to a documentary to be aired on Swedish public television on Thursday. She said she shares 17th-century Drottningholm Palace, with “small friends … ghosts”. “It’s really exciting. But you don’t get scared,” she said. The building, near Stockholm, is the permanent residence of the queen and her husband, King ...

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Sweden beefs up defense in case of Russian invasion

Russia: Officials are ordered to return to Cold War tactics and implement their Total Defence Strategy as fears of invasion grow Officials in Sweden have been ordered to make sure they are ready for war  The government says local authorities should be better prepared for aggression Comes as fears of a Russian invasion in Sweden grow following annex of Crimea ...

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Finnish TV channel: ‘Sweden is crap’

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A Finnish TV channel was left red-faced on Tuesday after it accidentally broadcast text insulting Sweden during its live morning news bulletin. MTV3 – a Finnish TV station not related to the American network of a similar name – had a routine start to its 7.30am news show, as anchor Jouni Sipilä opened with a report about Donald Trump’s plans ...

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Sweden’s flag company Ericsson paid millions SEK to a Costa Rica’s President while competing for telecom deal

I have recently reported in ‘The Indicter’ and ‘Global Research’ of a payment made by Swedish giant corporation Ericsson, to the Clinton foundation. I have also reported separately the intervention of this company in Haiti – which had disastrous consequences for that country’s economy, as reported in a US Embassy cable from Port-au-Prince to the State Department [see document-excerpt below]. ...

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Swedish women get hotline to report mansplaining

Women who have things mansplained to them in the workplace can now report it to a dedicated hotline. Unionen, Sweden’s largest union, is encouraging members to call up when male colleagues give them unsolicited lectures on things they already understand. The organisation, which represents 600,000 private sector workers, launched the advice line on Monday and said it will be open ...

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Biggest super moon in living memory set for November 14th

It is set to be an incredible astronomical show – and one which won’t appear again until 2034. On November 14th, the Moon will be the closest to Earth it’s been since January 1948. During the event, it will appear up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than an average full moon. Miss it, and you’re in for a ...

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Why Monica Lewinsky is in Sweden right now

On the same day that Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US Presidential election, a prominent figure in American political history who will forever be linked to the losing candidate was thousands of kilometres away on Swedish soil. In the late 1990s Monica Lewinsky was thrown into the public spotlight while working as an intern for former US ...

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The Sweden’s business with Clinton Foundation Cartel

ummary: Ensuing a brief characterization of ties maintained between Sweden and the Hillary Clinton-led US Department, and summarily reviewing the Swedish political and media consensus on this and related issues, I present a list of Swedish state-owned and private companies contributing in the monetary transactions of the Clinton Foundation. The question is whether these were always ‘donations’ from the Swedish government, ...

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Sweden Deploys Troops To Strategic Island

Sweden recently announced a contingent of 150 troops previously deployed to Gotland Island for a training exercise will remain there permanently. Russia has called a move by Sweden to deploy a permanent contingent of troops on a strategic island in the Baltic Sea as inconsequential as “buckshot to an elephant.” Swedish Armed Forces Supreme Commander Michael Byden, in comments to ...

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Pope, in Sweden, says Reformation had positive aspects

Pope Francis on Monday recognized the positive aspects of the Reformation sparked by Martin Luther in a further gesture of reconciliation to Lutherans, who split with Rome 500 years ago. Francis, the first pope to visit Sweden in nearly 30 years, made his comments during a historic joint prayer service in the Lutheran cathedral of Lund, where he also said ...

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