by Beenish Ahmed Mar 16, 2016
Otto Warmbier, an economics student at the University of Virginia, was found guilty of “severe crimes” against the so-called Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for trying to steal a poster.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 30, 2016
A group of approximately 100 men physically attacked young immigrants in a Swedish train station Friday night.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 21, 2015
In India, 95 percent of adults carry bacteria that’s resistant to antibiotics prescribed as a “last resort” when all others fail.
by Matt Browne - Guest Contributor Sep 22, 2014
In an exclusive interview, the next Swedish prime minister talks about the future of his country and the world's fight against ISIS.
by Bryce Covert Feb 13, 2014
Sweden's government has warned that without a faster pace for increasing diversity, it may impose a quota requirement.
by Katie Valentine Jan 27, 2014
The announcement is just one of several recent investments the search giant has made into clean energy.
by Travis Waldron Jan 17, 2014
Two months after jumping into the bidding process for the 2022 Olympics, Stockholm's ruling party decides the costs aren't worth it.
by Katie Valentine Oct 23, 2013
Extreme heat has killed hundreds in Stockholm over the last 30 years, according to a new study.
by Ryan Koronowski Sep 4, 2013
In the 70s, Sweden got more than three-quarters of its energy from fossil fuels, but gets more power from renewable sources than any other country in the European Union.
by John Halpin - Guest Contributor Jun 6, 2013