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'Beyond the Fence' goes to Sweden
Iranian documentary 'Beyond the Fence', directed by Arman Qolipour, made it to the competition program of 36th BUFF, international film festival for children and young people scheduled for March 23-29 in Malmö, Sweden.
Paper: Swedish parties agree new government to end vote deadlock
Four Swedish parties have agreed on a deal to give Stefan Lofven a second term as prime minister, potentially ending months of political deadlock, the Aftonbladet newspaper reported on Friday, citing unnamed sources.
Sweden keen on boosting trade ties with Iran: FM
Sweden Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom said on Wednesday that his country and other European states are interested to promote commercial ties with Iran.
Sweden freezes support to UNAIDS until leader removed
Sweden said Wednesday it was freezing its support to United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) until its executive director is removed, after an expert report blasted the agency’s leadership for systematically failing to address bullying, abuse and sexual harassment.
Zarif reiterates Iran’s support for Yemeni peace talks
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a message reiterated Iran's support for the intra-Yemeni talks underway in Sweden.
Yemeni Ansarullah delegation in Sweden for peace, not to surrender: Spokesman
Spokesman and chief negotiator for Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement says the delegation has participated in the UN-brokered peace negotiations in Sweden to restore peace in the conflict-plagued Arab country, and not to surrender.
UN: Warring parties in Yemen agree to meet in Sweden
The UN envoy for Yemen announced Friday Houthi movement and supporters of the former president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi have agreed to attend talks aimed at ending their three-year war, which has created the globe’s worst humanitarian crisis by pushing the Arab world’s poorest country to the brink of famine.
Swedish parliament ousts PM in vote of no-confidence
Sweden's center-right opposition and the far-right ousted Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in a vote of no-confidence on Tuesday, after September 9 elections left neither the left or right bloc with a majority.
Sweden faces government deadlock as far-right gains
Sweden faced political deadlock on Monday after the far-right made gains in legislative elections that left the question of who will form the next government up in the air.
Sweden election: far right makes gains as main blocs deadlocked
Sweden faces a protracted period of political uncertainty after an election that left the two main parliamentary blocs tied but well short of a majority, and the far-right Sweden Democrats promising to wield “real influence” in parliament despite making more modest gains than many had predicted.
Ryanair pilots in Sweden to strike, Belgians may join
Ryanair pilots in Sweden will go on strike on Aug. 10, the Swedish Airline Pilots Association said on Wednesday, citing management’s failure to meet with union representatives for more than eight months.
'Maybe we won't get this opportunity again,' says Southgate
England came into the World Cup with low expectations from its fans and much talk of building for the future but as it faces a quarterfinal with Sweden on Saturday, manager Gareth Southgate said this generation might not get a better chance to triumph.
Confident Swedes relishing quarters showdown
An increasingly confident Sweden is relishing the prospect of a World Cup quarterfinal clash against England after displaying the best of its battling qualities in a 1-0 win over Switzerland in Tuesday’s Round of 16 tie.
No Zlatan effect as Sweden reaches World Cup quarter-finals
A Swedish national football team that resisted having famed Zlatan Ibrahimović in its World Cup 2018 roster has stunned many by advancing to the quarter-finals of the top global soccer event.
Alternative Nobel literature prize planned in Sweden
The Swedish Academy is not awarding a Nobel Prize for literature this year, but a group of Swedish cultural figures is coming together to bestow their own version of the world's most prestigious literary award instead, as an act of protest at the scandal that has engulfed the academy.

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