Sweden

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
More than 500 high-profile activists, Nobel Peace Prize winners, academics, artists and human rights organizations released an open letter on Tuesday accusing Sweden and the United Kingdom of undermining the United Nations by continuing their "arbitrary detention" of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The letter was delivered to the Swedish and UK...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Police implement new border procedures in Malmö, Sweden. (Photo: News Oresund/Flickr)
After the governments of both Sweden and Denmark announced Monday new border...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Sweden reached a deal Sunday that will allow authorities to interview WikiLeaks...

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With upcoming elections in a Europe beset by rising neo-Nazism, a new campaign by Swedish Social Democrats against the resurgence has a high-profile leader: Rainer Hoess, 48, the grandson of infamous Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoess, who presided over the murder of a million Jews and thousands of others. Hoess has spent years speaking to German schoolchildren about a Nazi influence growing now, as then, because "the social safety nets have been torn, and people are left behind...Hopelessness...
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