NATO Chief Stoltenberg to visit Turkey over Sweden's membership
NATO officers expect Turkey to lift its apprehensions about Stockholm's admission to NATO since elections are now over
Will Sweden get a seat on NATO in an F16 quid pro quo between US, Turkey?
US President Joe Biden said Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in a call on Monday repeated Ankara's desire to buy F-16 fighter jets from the United States, while Biden told him Washington wanted Ankara to drop its objection to Sweden's joining NATO
In Taiwan, same-sex couples now have right to adoption: Which other countries allow it?
Taiwan on Tuesday passed an amendment that permits same-sex couples to adopt children they are not biologically related to. The other countries where such adoptions are legal are Israel, France, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Australia, New Zealand among others
Swedish government approves two offshore wind power farms
When the two farms are finished, which the government estimates will take seven to ten years, they are expected to produce up to 6.5 terawatt-hours
EAM S Jaishankar holds meeting with Sweden PM Ulf Kristersson
He also met Sweden's National Security Advisor Henrik Landerholm and exchanged strategic assessments of Europe and the Indo-Pacific
EAM Jaishankar meets Swedish PM Ulf Kristersson
After meeting his Swedish counterpart, Jaishankar said that both countries are committed to taking bilateral cooperation to a higher level. Both nations had exchanged views on the Indo-Pacific, the European strategic situation and de-risking the global economy
UN Reform: Beneficiaries of old system are resistant to change, says EAM Jaishankar
India has been at the forefront of the UN to push for an urgent long-pending reform of the Security Council. India has emphasised that it rightly deserves a place at the UN high table as a permanent member.
British sailor, part of UK's mock invasion in Sweden, killed after night out in Stockholm
It is noteworthy that this incident occurred shortly after the conclusion of the Aurora 23 exercise. The aim of the Aurora 23 training exercise was to enhance Sweden's preparedness in dealing with an armed assault
Mesmerizing: Travellers witness Northern Lights from flight, credit goes to a window seat
As the plane soared through the night sky, the captain announced that the passengers were in for a rare sight – a glimpse of the Northern Lights. And when the passengers looked out of their windows, they were left awestruck with the stunning spectacle
Iran executes Swedish citizen linked to major attack
According to Iran's rigorous Islamic regulations, Habib Farajollah Chaab had been found guilty of the criminal offence of being "corrupt on earth" and had been given the death penalty
Top European diplomats visit Ukraine to show support for war-torn nation
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met with the foreign ministers of Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Hosting his counterparts from four Nordic and three Baltic countries in the port city of Odesa, he repeated a plea for the delivery of US-made fighter jets
Sweden launches research rocket, accidentally lands in neighbouring Norway
The Swedish government has started work on retrieving the payload and an investigation is being launched to determine the technical details behind the unplanned flight path, the space agency said
Sweden expels five Russian diplomats, suspects them of spying
The Swedish Security Service, which is known by the acronym SAPO, recently received a list of names of a number of suspected Russian intelligence officers. Swedish Foreign Minister Tobias Billström said the alleged activities of the five Russians were “incompatible” with their diplomatic status
Russia preparing to wage underwater war around Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland?
The report states that the Russian ships have been cruising by key oil and gas fields, deep-water quays, small airports and locations crucial for the Norwegian Armed Forces
Is Russia planning to sabotage energy infrastructure in the North Sea?
Public broadcasters in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland have accused Moscow of deploying a fleet masquerading as trawlers and research vessels in the North Sea to identify potential sabotage sites
After 18 years, Europe’s largest nuclear plant to begin regular output
OL3's operator Teollisuuden Voima, which is owned by Finnish utility Fortum and a consortium of energy and industrial companies, has said the unit is expected to meet around 14% of Finland's electricity demand, reducing the need for imports from Sweden and Norway
'Security of our staff members...': Sweden shuts down Embassy in Pakistan for 'indefinite' period
"Due to the current security situation in Islamabad, the Embassy of Sweden is closed for visitors," read a statement from the Swedish embassy in Pakistan
Why has Sweden expelled 1,100 British nationals since Brexit?
Sweden has deported far more British nationals than any other EU member since Brexit. The statistics come in the backdrop of news that authorities had planned to deport a 74-year-old woman with severe Alzheimer’s. Let’s take a closer look
Long NATO delay spells trouble for Sweden and alliance, say experts
Finland and Sweden abandoned decades of military non-alignment and applied to join NATO in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, stressing they wanted to walk in lockstep. But Ankara and Budapest have refused to ratify Sweden's bid, following a litany of disputes
Finland joins NATO in historic move, shaken Russia warns of ‘countermeasures’
Joining NATO places Finland under the alliance’s Article Five, the collective defence pledge that an attack on one member “shall be considered an attack against them all”. This was the guarantee Finnish leaders wanted as they watched Vladimir Putin’s devastating assault on Ukraine