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After Five Years of Legal Limbo, Sweden Agrees to Question Assange in London
Swedish authorities reach deal with Ecuador to interview WikiLeaks founder in embassy where he has asylum
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Strong Words, But Little Action at Arctic Summit
While participants emphasised engagement from affected communities, the summit itself did not manifest engagement with those communities
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Swedish Dads Told to Take Three Months Paternity Leave
Sweden is planning to introduce a third month of paid parental leave reserved for fathers as of 2016, in a bid to further increase gender equality, the country’s government has just announced. The country's Left Party is hoping for more individualized paid time off for new parents, according to...
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Swedish Court Refuses to Lift Warrant Against Julian Assange
Warrant against WikiLeaks founder and whistleblower will not be lifted
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Breakthrough? Swedish Prosecutors Drop Refusal to Interview Assange in UK
'This is something we've demanded for over four years,' says lawyer; 'Ridiculous' it took so long, says Wikileaks spokesperson
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In Turnaround, Swedish Supreme Court to Hear Assange Appeal
Lawyers for WikiLeaks founder say behavior of prosecutors is violation of rights
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Julian Assange Asks Swedish Supreme Court to Lift Arrest Warrant
Lawyers to argue that threat of extradition imposes 'severe limitations' on WikiLeaks founder
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Swedish Court Rejects Julian Assange Appeal to Lift Warrant
WikiLeaks founder still faces extradition if he leaves Ecuadorian embassy in London
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Sweden Officially Recognizes Palestinian State
In response, Israel recalls ambassador from Stockholm
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Proving Power of Renewables, Wind Making Dirty Fuels Obsolete in Northern Europe
In the face of increased renewable energy and lower electricity prices, Nordic coal- and gas-fired plants are shutting down
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