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Swedish population is approaching 9.5 million
Friday, 18 February 2011
At the end of 2010 Sweden's population was 9 415 570. Compared to 2009, the population has increased by 74 888 persons.

Swedish school monitors students with up to 80 cameras during the day
Wednesday, 16 February 2011
A school in Malmo, southern Sweden carries out intense surveillance of its students with the use of up to 80 cameras fully planted in its premises.

Denmark tough on crime: Record number of person incarcerated and banged up
Sunday, 13 February 2011
The Danish prison have never had these amount of this many inmates such that the Prison Service fears that the country’s prison system will crash, if more are not constructed.

Fewer Swedish people own legal weapons
Friday, 11 February 2011
Well, the amount of people arming themselves with guns and similar ammunitions in Sweden has dropped in the year to year assessment. By January 2011, 615 000 Weapons holders and 1.981 million valid licenses for weapons and weapons parts had been shown to be registered in Sweden.

The Swedes are peeling bananas for Norwegians as prospects for jobs in booming Sweden is no were to be found
Wednesday, 09 February 2011
Young and energetic Swedes, able body workers needed to continue driving the economy can’t find work in Sweden and are forced to Norway to do what other migrants do – mean jobs.

Muticulturalism has failed in the UK. At least the tried how about Sweden
Sunday, 06 February 2011
Since the German chancellor Angela Merkel walk boldly and said that multiculturalism has failed in Germany many western European leader put their heads under the pillow waiting to hear that there is an immediate race riot outside their back garden. But as such did not happen, the UK head shouted yesterday that the UK has also failed.


Norwegian secret police unearthed
Saturday, 05 February 2011
A secret Norwegian spy organization called E or 14 'section for special collection,' in the past 10 years have operated on three continents, writes the Norwegian newspaper VG.


Stockholm's economy stronger than in ten years
Thursday, 03 February 2011
Sweden’s political capital shows its economic prowess. Economic activity in the city of Stockholm and its immediate county (of Stockholm) is very strong.

Sweden: Many computer and telecommunications cables unprotected
Wednesday, 02 February 2011
Many computer and telecommunications cables in Sweden are vulnerable to sabotage, which at the weekend led to blockage in the mobile telephony in the country. And the current rules on how such components are supposed to be protected are no longer current.

"Jihad Jane" plead guilty to terrorist and murder plans to kill  Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks
Tuesday, 01 February 2011
An American woman, Colleen LaRose, who called herself "Jihad Jane", has pleaded guilty to the murder plans against Swedish Mohamed cartoonist Lars Vilks.

Swedish Discrimination Ombudman, Katri Linna get fired
Tuesday, 01 February 2011
The Swedish government has decided to move the Discrimination Ombudsman (DO) Katri Linna to another post in the Cabinet Office after Egyptian-style protest.

Fraud Scandal at the Swedish student loan and grant (CSN) applications. Police notified.
Tuesday, 01 February 2011
The Swedish student loan organisation, CSN has reported to the Police  29 people for serious crimes relating to study grant applications falsification and loan fraud with reference to studies at a British university.

Several refugees travel home voluntarily
Monday, 31 January 2011
Many refugees in Denmark, some 370 refugees and immigrants chose last year to voluntarily return home, against only 138 in 2009.

Sweden now advises against travel to Egypt
Sunday, 30 January 2011
The Swedish foreign ministry has tightened its travel advice for Egypt and now advises against travel to all Egypt.

Danish ship rescues two from pirates
Saturday, 29 January 2011
The Danish warship Esbern Snare has rescued two crewmen who had fled from pirates in the Indian Ocean, reports the Danish Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre SOC.

Swedish Private health care system embedded with suspected fraud
Friday, 28 January 2011
Something which looks like fraud has been uncovered in the Skåne region in southern Sweden that private care are paid but patients end up not having the care. The fear now that there might have been a strong fraud network operation within the healthcare sector in that part of the country.

Sweden may close more of its embassies
Thursday, 27 January 2011
Next year Sweden could close could further its embassies.

Companies in Skåne suffer and live in a zone of intense criminality
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
False invoices, vandalism and burglary are crimes which occur frequently in business. Over half the companies in southern Sweden have been subjected to some form of crime in the last three years, according to a survey from the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.

More Swedes working in Norway could be forced to register there
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
Thousands of Swedes who do the border commuters to work in Norway might be forced to have a registration in the Norway following a new rule being designed
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A new Pocket Facts 2010 provides key fact about Swedish statistics on integration
Monday, 24 January 2011
The Swedish government today published the document fact and statistics about Swedish integration for 2010.In it contain fascinating acts about Swedish race relations.

Denmark reverse harsh asylum repatriation rule and treat cases in Denmark
Monday, 24 January 2011
About 340 asylum seekers who were about to be sent back to Greece, having their cases processed in Denmark. The Danish integration minister Birthe Ronn Hornbech decided.


Swedish authorities trying to shift the blame for low immigrates quality of life to their susceptibility of remittance?
Sunday, 23 January 2011
Very year, research and data show that Swedish immigrant population have lower living standards compared to native Swedes. One theory being advocated is that these immigrants are susceptible to sending most of their earnings to relatives and friends in their home country.

Icelandic economic crisis: Three big banks forced search
Thursday, 20 January 2011
Three financial institutions in Iceland, including the country's central bank, were searched on Thursday as part of a criminal investigation into the collapse of Landsbanki in October 2008.

UK Unemployment continues to Soars to 2.5 Million
Wednesday, 19 January 2011
UK unemployment has shocked increased by 49,000 to 2.5 million.


New law in Finland to end aggressive begging and illegal camping
Wednesday, 19 January 2011
Aggressive begging and illegal camping will be is prohibited by law. The government has approved an amendment to the Public Order Act and the case is now proceeding to parliamentary approval.

In the mean time….London getting safer as crime fall drastically
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
Overall crimes in London is falling, the London police – the Metropolitan Police says in a newly released figures on Tuesday.


British cost of living is flying high. Inflation rate rises to 3.7 percent
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
UK inflation jumped in December with the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rising to 3.7 percent, up from 3.3percent in November. Retail Prices Index (RPI) inflation - which includes mortgage interest payments - rose to 4.8 percent from 4.7 percent.


Danes are more stressed out that most
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
The Danes need more hospital treatment for stress, depression and anxiety, according to a study by the Danish Health Institute.


UK Defense Chief Says F-35 Vital To Counter China Stealth Threat
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
U.K. Secretary for Defense Liam Fox emphasized Tuesday the importance of the next generation U.S. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to counter China's development of its own stealth jet after Britain and Australia agreed to strengthen defense cooperation in Asia during talks in Sydney Read more here (External source)


The Swedish defense in shortfall of 3000 professional soldiers
Monday, 17 January 2011
The Swedish armed forces have failed to recruit the number of new professional soldiers as they had planned.

Swedish patients’ right for treatment abroad to be strengthened
Monday, 17 January 2011
The Swedish government wants to strengthen patients' rights to compensation for medical care in other EU countries to counter today’s system which allows for individuals who are treated aboard to cover the costs themselves and may only subsequently seek reimbursement from Insurance.

Swedish Tourists Mistaken  for Militia men in Tunis.
Sunday, 16 January 2011
Two of the men who today fired shots at the Tunisian opposition party PDP headquarters in the capital Tunis, had Swedish passports, Tunisian police said. A Tunisian policeman has shown the Swedish man’s passports outside the building to a reporter from Reuters.

A Swedish paedophile with 4000 child porn images on your computer
Saturday, 15 January 2011
A 49-year-old man from the town of Västervik in Sweden has been arrested prosecuted for aggravated child pornography crimes.

Rising costs for foreigners students funding at Danish Universities – worrying!
Saturday, 15 January 2011
Denmark in complaining that the cost on the government for training  foreign students in Danish institutions of higher learning is rising and has already more than double in the past 10 years.


Norwegian Shipping institute arm guards on their ships
Saturday, 15 January 2011
The Norwegian shipping company Stolt Nielsen has begun to have armed guards on board their vessels in waters off Africa.


Bank managers arrested in Iceland
Friday, 14 January 2011
Icelandic Police on Friday arrested the former chief executive of the crashed Landsbanki and another former senior executive at the bank.

More top Swedish top executives get bodyguards as kidnapped threat rise
Friday, 14 January 2011
As wealth grows in Sweden's top managers’ arena so is the increase the threat and the risk of robbery, kidnapping and extortion. The threat is now very serious among the heads of most of Sweden’s leading companies, than observed before.

Pornographic web surfing widespread in Swedish military offices
Friday, 14 January 2011
Employees of the Swedish Armed Forces have carried out the surfing of pornography at several thousand times over the last three years, while on their desks at their places of work according to Swedish television news.


EU closes ports for Icelandic mackerel ships
Friday, 14 January 2011
Icelandic ships carrying mackerel may temporarily not unload its cargo in an EU port.

The Swedish defence personnel shall be recruited through the Employment Service
Friday, 14 January 2011
General conscription into the Swedish military has been abolished as such the Swedish Armed Forces is in need to recruiting several thousand people. With difficulties getting people ready for military jobs and the huge pool of unemployed youth roaming the country, they have solicited the assistance of the  task the Swedish Employment Service, Arbetsförmedlingen to seek new recruits.

Finnish working emigrants doing well in Europe
Thursday, 13 January 2011
Well-educated young Finnish doing well at work in Europe, and few consider return to Finland as shown by a survey "Employee of Europe", commissioned by the Academy of Finland research program “Work and the future of Welfare”.

WikiLeaks divulge the Icesave debacle between Iceland and Britian
Thursday, 13 January 2011
Tension and heated exchanged that exploded between Iceland and the UK after the financial crisis –led collapse of the Icelandic Icesave bank which contained savings of British people and their various organisation have has been revealed by the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks.

Fewer immigrants granted residence permits in Sweden
Monday, 10 January 2011
Last year over 91 000 people were given residence permit in Sweden. This was 7,000 less than the year before. And the decline is due almost entirely to the fact that relatives of Somali immigrants have been substantially reduced.

The Swedes don’t really feel the effects of the crisis - biting Europe
Monday, 10 January 2011
In Britain today, people are preparing for intense government cuts, higher prices of goods and services and local government exploitative costs to be inflected on its people. In Denmark, there is uncertainty and the expected upbeat for the economy is not yet reflecting as thought. But in Sweden, an effectively managed country, its people don’t even know there is a financial crisis out there in the Euro zone...

Young Finnish mothers urged to consume more vitamin D
Monday, 10 January 2011
Young Finnish pregnant and nursing mothers are urged to consume more vitamin D supplements according to a recent health communiqué.
Danish youth inflicting cuts on themselves - One in ten youth in cut themselves
Monday, 10 January 2011
Self-cutting is a widespread problem among young people in Denmark as  latest research show that nearly one out of ten Danes aged 15 to 24 have deliberately cut  his or her self.


Sweden is a safe country to lend to
Friday, 07 January 2011
Sweden is the world's third safest country to lend money to, after Norway and Finland, reports Reuters referring to CMA Datavision.

UK increases VAT Rate To 20percent blamed on Budgetary need. How will it affect businesses?
Tuesday, 04 January 2011
The UK coalition government went ahead with VAT increase by 2.5 percent point, in a move blamed on the need to raise an extra £13billion in tax this year. But if businesses fail and unemployment increases, how will this meet the government’s plan remain questionable.

Powerful train crash in Malmo - Human factor behind the reason behind train crash
Monday, 03 January 2011
The train that crashed at the terminal at the Malmo central station in Sweden on Saturday is being blamed for human error being the likely cause of the rail.

Dramatic passenger plane crash in Russia
Saturday, 01 January 2011
A Russian Tupolev Plane was on Saturday on fire at an airport in Surgut east of the Urals in Russia. The reason: one of the plane's engines must have started to burn and the fire spread as a result of fuel leaks, reported Russian news agencies.

Estonia joins volatile European single currency – the Euro.
Saturday, 01 January 2011
Estonia joins volatile European single currency – the Euro. As from 1 January 201, Estonia became the latest addition to the country and members who adopt the European Monetary Union as its financial direction of its monetary policy.

Powerful train crash at Malmo central station in Sweden
Saturday, 01 January 2011
The first major incident of 2011 has started with a bang in Sweden.  An X2000 train crashed violently on the central station in Malmo, Sweden. No passengers were aboard the train.

Swede requested extradition from Colombia for huge Cocaine smuggling attempt
Tuesday, 28 December 2010
A 38-year-old Swede has been extradited from Colombia to Sweden for attempting to smuggle 1.4 tonnes of cocaine to Sweden reports Swedish news agency TT quoting the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.

Estonia ready for the Euro Introduction
Thursday, 23 December 2010
At the beginning of the next year, the Europeans single currency, the Euro will be introduced as legal tender in Estonia. The country had its own currency between 1921 and 1940 and from June 1992, they started using the Krona.

Intense increased surveillance in Sweden sponsored by the government
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
The Swedish government’s security services have increased their rate of communication interception in Sweden more that ever imagined. For this reason more Swedes have had their telephones bugged.

Finland will face shortage of specialist doctors in the future
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
The need for specialised medical care increases as the population ages and also many specialist doctors will be retiring soon. This is the fate of the Finnish healthcare system that has just been analysed geared towards improvement in the nearest future.

Danish Muhammad cartoonist gets big compensation
Friday, 17 December 2010
Kurt Westergaard has been awarded a large compensation, because the association Stop Islamisation of Denmark and a sister union has abused his famous drawing of Muhammad.


Sweden to allow the hunting of 20 wolves
Friday, 17 December 2010
The Swedish authorities ruled Friday that during the winter wolf hunts, 20 Wolves will be shot from mid January to mid February.

Swedish aid agency SIDA to allocate more resources for third world Schools
Thursday, 16 December 2010
The Swedish aid agency, SIDA wants to expand its support to improving third world education. They are determined to provide children in the developing countries an opportunity to attend school.

Refugee children breaking the Immigration Service budget
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
One strategy in which refugees get to Sweden and settle is for the children to show up on their own. This is a power dribbling which has baffled the Swedish immigration system such that it is biting into their budget.

Swedish Racist teacher resigns
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
The teacher in Landskrona, who spoke grossly racist utterances to his class students two years ago and then regained teaching employment elsewhere, has resigned.

The hunt for the perfect life breaks down young People – Danish observation
Saturday, 11 December 2010
A growing number of young Danish people are chasing the perfect life but it ends rather than getting it heap more misery on them leading to sadness, depression, stress and a growing sense of not being able to make it in life.


Swedish government to continue evaluating Broadband Efforts
Friday, 10 December 2010
The Swedish government decided on 9 December to  carried out two studies to demonstrate the usefulness and potential of broadband and to identify implemented measures to increase use of broadband.

PISA: Finland remains on top but not number one
Finnish students have again done well in the PISA test conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD, which is carried out every three years. Literacy and knowledge in sciences has somewhat dropped compared to past periods of the test.

More Danes bothered by the smoking habit of their  neighbours
Sunday, 05 December 2010
Cigarette smoke from a neighbour bothers a growing number of Danes.

10 arrested for organised pick pocketing on Danish trains.
Sunday, 05 December 2010
Police in Nordsjællands, (North Zeeland), Denmark have made an unusual catch and arrest 10 suspected people for pick pocketing.


Iraqis refugees mass expelled from Sweden on the run again
Sunday, 05 December 2010
Some 45 Iraqis refugees, whose refugee status became obsolete and were deported to Iraq in a mass deportation process to Baghdad in February 2009, have now gone on the run again.

Could Human error be behind the Russian plane crash?
Sunday, 05 December 2010
The investigation is in progress to yesterday's plane crash in Moscow in which two people were killed and over 80 injured.

Swedish Justice Ombudsman examines the deportation of EU beggars
Wednesday, 01 December 2010
In Sweden, about 65 people have so far this year, been deported because these people, who are mostly immigrants, have engaged in a type of trade not accepted in Sweden.  Begging which was gradually consuming the Swedish high streets, public transport systems and strategic business places was being repudiated by the forces of law and order

Growth of Finish families with foreign background whereas immigrant women being shun in Finnish job market
Tuesday, 30 November 2010
At the end of last year there were 60 500 families in Finland, where at least one spouse or the single parent was a foreign national, Statistics Finland's show in its data on family composition.

Gust winds delays flights at Copenhagen airport
Monday, 29 November 2010
There are massive delays and cancellations from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport because of hard winds Monday morning.


Heavy snowfall and frigid weather causing chaos in Sweden.
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Heavy snowfall has created major traffic problems in western Sweden as well as other parts of Sweden on Sunday. In many places such asSkaraborg, southern Värmland and Dalsland road and rail transportation was again interrupted by what is known as drift snow.

Abandoned Asian berry pickers begin to get payments but cry at low pay
Saturday, 27 November 2010
The Thai berry pickers in Åsele, Sweden who where excessively exploited by their employers are now being considered for Swedish government wage guarantee.

Nobel laureate accuses Ericsson for strengthening the Iranian junta
Monday, 22 November 2010
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Shirin Ebadi has accused the Swedish telecom giant, Ericsson fort having contributed to strengthen the Iranian government’s control over its people by giving them more power to increase their surveillance in Iran.

Sweden: Calls for under 18s to be barred from Smoking
Monday, 22 November 2010
The Swedish National Public Health Institute FHI has received SEK69 million for tobacco prevention between 2008 and 2010.

Swedish citizen dies in a suicide bombers incident in Iraq
Friday, 19 November 2010
A Swedish citizen is reported to have been killed in a suicide attack he carried out in Iraq. Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (UD) is examining the information.

Swedish schoolboy gets 75,000 in compensation for having been racially abused for years.
Thursday, 18 November 2010
A Swedish schoolboy will be awarded SEK75, 000 as consolation after he for several years was subject to racial harassment by his classmates, in complicity of teachers and school authorities.

Latvian deficit on the way down
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
Latvia's government expects to bring the budget deficit by year's estimated 8.5 percent of GDP to below 6 percent in 2011, which are the foreign lenders’ ceilings

British Prince William to marry Fiance Kate Middleton
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
Prince William is getting married next year with his fiancé and long term girlfriend Kate Middleton, announced the British royal family on Tuesday.

Euro Zone Trade Balance Surplus Rises More-than-expected: Latest reports show
Monday, 15 November 2010
The euro zone’s trade balance surplus rose more-than-expected in September, official data showed on Monday.


Danish Companies creates too few jobs
Sunday, 14 November 2010
Danish companies have been accused not lacking the abilities to create new jobs. This comes at a time when Danish unemployment is rising and job vacancies are drying up. This worst case has been that the so-called "growth companies", which have been growing by some 20 percent every year for three years


More expensive to travel  to Swedish Island of Gotland by ferry
Saturday, 13 November 2010
The price of ferry tickets to and from the Swedish Island of Gotland will rise. This is due to new EU regulations.

A Swedish police station that inflict people with cancer
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Workers at a police station in a Swedish town of Hagfors have been reporting conceiving the illness of cancer.

Spies from 19 countries all over Norway
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Norway one of the few unknown countries in the world to hold a huge amount of spies.


38-year-old Man in custody for Malmo shootings
Tuesday, 09 November 2010
A 38-year-old man has been detained by Swedish police for murdering a 20-year-old woman and five attempted murders. The man is said to be of Swedish – Finish decent and it is held that one of his names was Asperger.

First winter snow storm on the way in Sweden
Tuesday, 09 November 2010
We are just entering into winter here in Sweden and the weather has turned vicious.  It has already snowed in various parts of the country and temperature has plummeted dramatically. But now the real winter weather effect is to be felt as a big snowstorm is on its way into the country.


Finns find their Home better than foreign countries. Travel abroad drops sharply
Wednesday, 03 November 2010
Finns found that their own country was better that travelling to other people’s countries.

UK economy grows a faster-than-expected. But there are worries of the future
Tuesday, 26 October 2010
The UK's economy grew at 0.8 percent between July and September; official figures show, suggesting the economy is recovering faster than expected. Earlier, the economy grew at a pace of 1.2 percent in the second quarter of this year against analysts expected 0.4 percent.

British spending review: Huge cut in public spending and the state financial restructuring.
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
The British people will learn to live with limited resources as the government plans to cut public spending and cut more than half a million jobs. The Conservative finance minister George Osborne today presented the government's savings plan, which is earmarked to cut 83 billion pounds in the state budget.

Britain faces intense public spending cuts since the Second World War.
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
Today, the British government will clearly spell out what she intends to cut from public expenses so that it can reduce it some what Hugh public debts. This has been the desire of current Prime Minister David Cameron since he came to office in a coalition government formed between his Conservative and the Liberal Democratic Party.


British Men Getting Fatter... And Fatter
Monday, 27 December 2010
British men are piling on the pounds despite repeated warnings that being overweight can lead to serious illness, researchers say

British government Borrowing Hits Record High
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
The British coalition government borrowing leapt to a record figure of £23.3billion in November - and the surge is being blamed for a significant deterioration in the public finances.

British Government determined to purge migration despite pressures from companies
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
The British coalition government has agreed to put a cap on the number of immigrants from non-EU countries that would be allowed to immigrate into the country. The Home Secretary, Theresa May will announce to the British MPs later today that only about 43,000 skilled non EU immigrants would be allowed into the country from next, down 13 percent on 2009, reports various British media sources.

British students riot on political party’s deception of university fee hikes plans
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
London’s central streets saw a clash Wednesday between students and police forces in a protests that started peacefully amidst anger as student see politicians debating to increase tuition fees to more that six thousand pounds a year.


Rough weather along the coast of northern Sweden
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Snowstorms that paralyzed Southern Sweden yesterday have now dragged to the north of the country and the Swedish meteorological office (SMHI) has issued a class 2 warning for the coast of Norrland.

Quest for democracy leads Danish Radio to make TV programs in Arabic
Tuesday, 09 November 2010
The quest to strengthen the Danish Democracy has led to calls for Danish news to be broadcast in Arabic.

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