Sport"SHL Pride Week" is held with high-profile lobby organizations in the LGBT movement.
Swedish Security Service: ‘Significant’ PKK funding ongoing in Sweden
SwedenThe terror-classified PKK group is successfully recruiting and financing terrorists from Swedish soil, according to a recent statement.
Children raised at water feel better
HealthSpending time by the sea or lakes as a child can promote mental health in adulthood, a new study shows.
Brookings: Fewer Euro-Americans in the US
WorldThe main reason why population growth has stalled in the country - while other groups are growing.
Disney’s black power propaganda for kids
CultureThe series "The Proud Family" introduces children to the imaginary world of the violent black power movement.
A quarter of the Swedish population not self-sufficient
SwedenA quarter of the working-age population cannot be considered self-sufficient, according to a new report from Svenskt Näringsliv.
Cross-party peace rally held in Washington DC
WorldTulsi Gabbard, Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich among the speakers at the Lincoln Memorial in the US capital.
Media skepticism and curiosity make Swedes follow Russian media
ScienceWillingness to hear more perspectives and skepticism that conventional media report fairly are the main factors, according to a new study.
Municipalities: Children hungrier at school
SwedenMunicipalities report that pupils are eating more during school lunches and that more children are going hungry at home in Sweden.
Israeli hacker group claims to have rigged over 30 national elections abroad
WorldHacking into accounts, using bot armies to spread disinformation and sabotaging political opponents for a fee.
Switzerland about to hold a referendum on the future of cash
EconomyCashlessness poses a threat to privacy, greatly increased surveillance and opportunities for banks and authorities to harass people, according to the Swiss.
Berliner Zeitung journalist on blowing up Nord Stream: “An American act of war against Germany”
WorldThe prestigious German newspaper interviewed Seymour Hersh about his sensational revelation.
France’s plan: State digital ID for visiting porn sites
TechNew form of state digital identification to be introduced for visiting certain websites - others to be blocked by the government.
Women’s organizations: Don’t exclude “mother” from the parental code
Sweden"Excluding a majority by including a minority is not inclusive," several organizations say of the government's investigation.
Germany’s estimated cost of the Ukraine war: 175 billion euros in 2023
EconomyThe economic losses are equivalent to €2,000 per German citizen - this year alone.
Death toll from earthquakes passes 30,000
WorldOver 33,000 people are reported to have died in Syria and Turkey - the figure is expected to double.
Insider source: How the US and Norway carried out the attack on Nord Stream
WorldThe NATO exercise was a cover-up: Here is the harrowing account of the terrorist attack as recounted by the sources of investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.
Trump unblocked from Facebook and Instagram
WorldAfter two years of suspension, the owner company Meta has now restored the accounts with tens of millions of followers.
Bloomberg: Record investment helped Russia cope with sanctions
EconomyWestern sanctions against Russia have had little effect on the country, according to a report.
Apple removes Twitter challenger from App Store in China
TechThe company is acting at the request of the Chinese government.
Wind power giant makes huge loss – despite electricity price
EconomyThe company continues to make huge losses and calls for government support.
Telegram launches real-time translation
TechThe app is making it easier to communicate with people who might speak a different language than yourself.
Child labour behind “sustainable coffee farming”
EnvironmentSwedish study shows that children in Ethiopia are often forced to work in coffee farming instead of going to school.
German investigation: No evidence of Russian sabotage of Nord Stream pipelines
DenmarkThe investigation dismisses the conspiracy theory that Russia blew up its own gas pipeline.
Award-winning journalist: US and Norway behind blowing up Nord Stream
NorwayThe explosive devices were installed during the NATO exercise Baltops in June and later detonated on direct orders from the US, according to the grave reports.
Li’s incredible life on the Chinese countryside
Culture31-one-year-old Li shows her talented craftsmanship and cultivations which she performs in a traditional Chinese way.
London School of Economics drops Christian terms
Culture"Christmas holidays" and "Easter holidays" become "winter holidays" and "spring holidays" at the infamous university.
Human rights organization: Civilians maimed by Ukraine’s banned mines
WorldThe so-called "butterfly mines" resemble leaves and plastic children's toys.
Hunter Biden admits that the scandal laptop was his
WorldPreviously dismissed by tech giants and media as "disinformation" originating in Russia.
Greta Thunberg nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize – for the fifth time
NorwayThe 20-year-old climate alarmist is nominated by a Norwegian politician for the Green Party.
Zelensky praises cooperation with global financial interests
WorldUkraine's president names controversial financial giants Goldman Sachs, BlackRock and JP Morgan as partners.
British army spied on covid policy dissidents
WorldJournalists, politicians and academics who opposed the covid lockdown policy were monitored - on behalf of the government.
Frequent use of social media can affect young people’s brains
ScienceScrolling on social media can lead to an obsessive need for social feedback, a new study shows.
Project Veritas exposes Pfizer exec discussing ‘mutating’ covid virus for new vaccines
Health“One of the things we [Pfizer] are exploring is like, why don't we just mutate it [covid] ourselves so we could create -- preemptively develop new vaccines, right?", the exec says.
Increase in cardiac arrest among athletes after the covid vaccine program
ScienceResearchers cannot rule out a link between the increase in sudden heart attacks and the covid vaccination program.
Several car brands have had serious security vulnerabilities
TechIncluded the ability to unlock, start and track the cars, as well as accessing private information.
Kremlin declares ceasefire in Ukraine starting tomorrow
WorldIt is the first time since the war began that the Russian side has called for a ceasefire.
Increased obesity in young children during the covid lockdowns
SwedenLow-resource children in "socio-economically disadvantaged areas" were hit the hardest by the covid lockdowns.
Christmas: An ancient Nordic tradition
CultureAlthough celebrations have changed greatly over the millennia, modern commemoration of it still bears clear traces of ancestral customs and traditions.
10-year-old Luna attacked in Skellefteå – lives with permanent brain damage
SwedenShe can't move, she can't talk, she can't do anything, says her aunt after the brutal assault.
Italy bans insect flour in pizza and pasta
Gothenburg City Mission warns: Food poverty is growing
First war crime prosecution in Australia: Decorated soldier executed unarmed man in Afghanistan
Iceland tightens asylum policy after mass migration wave
European Central Bank President: “The sanctions failed”
CIA sources: “Bush lied to sell the invasion of Iraq”