Articles about Sweden

25 Nov 2022

Greta Thunberg
Activist Greta Thunberg sues Sweden for 'failing on climate'

One of the youngest climate activists, Greta Thunberg, along with other activists, has sued her native country Sweden claiming that it has failed to take "adequate measures to stop climate change."

08 Nov 2022

Mysterious 'blue' aurora leaves skywatchers puzzled. But what caused it?

The bluish-green display of lights that was recently observed in the skies over the Lapland region in Sweden was not an ordinary one.

07 Oct 2022

Travel And Tourism
5 souvenirs that boast Sweden's rich culture and traditions

Sweden is famed for multiple attractions and experiences that everyone enjoys.

05 Sep 2022

Travel And Tourism
Sweden calling? Check out these 5 incredibly unique hotels

Known for its idyllic landscapes, beautiful lakes, abundant forests, and inviting coffee culture, Sweden is considered one of the most stunning destinations to visit.

22 Jun 2022

5 most unique accommodations in the world

If you are someone who loves adventure, and thrill on your vacation, then ditch the standard luxurious accommodations this time and choose something unique, wacky, and out of the box.

13 May 2022

Finland announces support for NATO membership; Russia warns of consequences

Leaders of Finland on Thursday supported the move to apply for joining the United States-led military alliance North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

19 Apr 2022

Peaceful Sweden witnesses riots sparked by Quran burnings, dozens arrested

Sweden is witnessing violent clashes across many cities between police and protesters opposing a far-right party's plans to burn copies of the sacred Islamic book—the Quran.

Swedish researchers discover gene that cuts COVID-19 severity by 20%

A latest study by Swedish researchers has discovered a gene that reduces the intensity of COVID-19 infections by 20%.

05 Oct 2021

Russia News
Russia: Hundreds of dead ravens fall from sky; experts baffled

Hundreds of dead ravens have been seen falling from the sky in apocalyptic scenes in the Ust-Tarka village of Novosibirsk Oblast in Russia.

05 Feb 2021

COVID-19 patients have higher risk of dying after cardiac arrest

COVID-19 patients who suffer a cardiac arrest are far more likely to die than those who are not infected, according to a study published on Friday which found that women, in particular, have the highest risk.

09 Sep 2020

FIFA World Cup
Ronaldo becomes the first European to score 100 international goals

Football legend Cristiano Ronaldo became the first European to surpass the 100-goal mark in international football.

29 Aug 2020

Sweden: Riots in Malmo after far-right activists burn Quran

Violent protests broke out in the Swedish town of Malmo late Friday after a Quran-burning incident earlier in the day.

28 May 2020

Happy hours no more: Coronavirus changed rules of eating out

As it crept slyly into our lives, coronavirus upset all the apple carts possible. Beyond the staggering number of people it has killed, the virus has also brought economies to a halt, affecting most sectors.

17 Apr 2020

Coronavirus: Swedish Princess starts volunteering at hospital after 3-day training

As the coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a huge burden on healthcare workers around the world, a Swedish Princess has started working at a hospital.

16 Oct 2019

Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Here are the key results

Three-time champions Spain qualified for Euro 2020 after earning a 1-1 draw against Sweden.

15 Oct 2019

UEFA Champions League
A look at the records held by Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the finest strikers in football.

13 Oct 2019

Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Here are the key results

Spain edged closer to Euro 2020 qualification after being held to a 1-1 draw by Norway in the ongoing qualifiers.

09 Sep 2019

Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Here are the key results

Spain and Italy grew closer to qualify for Euro 2020 after respective victories in the qualifiers.

25 Aug 2019

PewDiePie hits 100 million subscribers on YouTube; congratulations pour in

Swedish YouTube personality Felix Kjellberg is on a roll.

09 Jun 2019

Hackers can steal passwords by listening to how you type

Hackers are always on the lookout to mine personal information of people and use it as a means to defraud them.

04 Apr 2019

Football: Over 250 people apply for job of India's coach

The Indian football team has played well since quite some time and despite the heartbreak suffered in the AFC Asian Cup 2019, the future looks promising.

14 Mar 2019

Soon, this robot will start interviewing people for actual jobs

While many fear that robots will take away our jobs, only a few realize that they might actually end the problems that have marred our society for decades.

11 Mar 2019

#DreamJobAlert: Sweden's 'Eternal Employment' will pay you to do nothing

Imagine a job where you don't have to do anything, but will get paid anyway. Sounds impractical?

11 Jan 2019

Tea-seller and globetrotter: Story of a 70-year-old Keralite couple

If you think you are too broke to travel the world, you might want to take some tips from this Keralite couple who has traveled to 23 countries just by selling tea and coffee.

20 Dec 2018

After Hyderabad, IKEA eyes Noida with Rs. 5,000cr investment

A few months after opening its first Indian store in Hyderabad, Swedish furniture giant IKEA has now set its sight on Noida.

10 Nov 2018

Man sentenced for sending mail bomb, threats to Swedish lawmakers

A Swedish man was convicted of attempted murder yesterday for sending a letter bomb to a bitcoin company in London and threatening letters to lawmakers in Sweden, including government members.

25 Sep 2018

Sweden TV says 'Chinese poop in the open'; triggers outrage

It is an ugly world we live in. It is filled with bigots, racists, and despicable people.

02 Aug 2018

Sweden: Thieves flee with royal jewels in a speedboat

Sweden Tuesday saw a daring robbery, when two thieves nicked "priceless" crown jewels from the Strängnäs Cathedral in Stockholm and fled - in a speedboat.

07 Jul 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018: England thrash Sweden in quarters

England have reached their first semi-final after 1990 as they defeated Sweden 2-0 in the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup 2018.

07 Jul 2018

FIFA World Cup
Sweden vs England: Zlatan and Beckham make a friendly wager

As Sweden take on England in the quarter-final at the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018, country's record goal-scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic has challenged legend David Beckham to a wager.

07 Jul 2018

FIFA World Cup 2018: Sweden vs England- Match Preview

England and Sweden lock horns in a mega quarter-final encounter at the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2018.

24 Jun 2018

Study: Beer was mass-produced in Sweden in the Iron Age

A new archaeological study has found evidence that malt for brewing beer was produced as early as the Iron Age in Sweden.

04 May 2018

Nobel Prize
Nobel prize in Literature cancelled after sexual assault scandal

The Swedish Academy announced, on Friday, about the cancellation of Nobel Prize in Literature this year.

23 Mar 2018

One-third women in rural India unaware of breast cancer: Study

A study conducted by a doctoral student in Sweden revealed, one in three women in rural India had not heard of the breast cancer.

25 Feb 2018

Elon Musk
Scientists to develop AI-powered robot clones of dead people!

Scientists from Sweden are reportedly developing ways related to artificial intelligence (AI) technology to create "fully conscious copies" of people after they die.

12 Jan 2018

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange given Ecuador citizenship

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is now a citizen of Ecuador, which is also helping him reach a "dignified and just" solution with Britain.

25 Nov 2017

Nobel Prize
Nobel literature prize-awarding Swedish Academy rattled by sex scandal

A sex scandal has rattled the Swedish Academy, which awards the Nobel Literature Prize.

23 Nov 2017

Russia News
India hold on to 105 spot, Germany top FIFA rankings

The latest FIFA rankings are out. While several countries face FIFA World Cup qualification disappointments, their FIFA rankings speak otherwise.