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Sweden's space agency to collaborate with ISRO for its Venus orbiter mission — Shukrayaan
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Sweden's space agency to collaborate with ISRO for its Venus orbiter mission — Shukrayaan

IRF's satellite instrument Venusian Neutrals Analyzer will study how the charged particles from the Sun interact with the atmosphere and exosphere of the planet.

UEFA Nations League: Spain smash six goals past hapless Germany to enter finals; France beat Sweden
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UEFA Nations League: Spain smash six goals past hapless Germany to enter finals; France beat Sweden

Germany now have several months to reflect on this loss before the start of 2022 World Cup qualifying in March and then the delayed Euro 2020 in June and July.

Nations League: France, Germany clinch victories; Spain's Sergio Ramos misses two penalties in landmark appearance
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Nations League: France, Germany clinch victories; Spain's Sergio Ramos misses two penalties in landmark appearance

World champions France and Germany rode on the influence of their Chelsea stars to rack up Nations League wins while Spain's Sergio Ramos missed two penalties on the night he celebrated a record-setting 177th international appearance.

Premier League players to miss Denmark-Sweden friendly after COVID-19 mink outbreak
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Premier League players to miss Denmark-Sweden friendly after COVID-19 mink outbreak

Last week Denmark, the world's biggest producer of mink fur, said it would slaughter more than 15 million minks after a mutated version of the new coronavirus was detected at mink farms and had spread to 12 people.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic flirts with international return for Sweden amid age-defying form for AC Milan
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic flirts with international return for Sweden amid age-defying form for AC Milan

Ibrahimovic, who retired from international football after Euro 2016, has been in superb form since the start of the new Serie A season.

American poet Louise Glück wins Nobel Prize in Literature 2020 for 'unmistakable poetic voice'
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American poet Louise Glück wins Nobel Prize in Literature 2020 for 'unmistakable poetic voice'

Glück made her literary debut with the work Firstborn in 1968 and has published 12 volumes of poetry including collections like The Triumph of Achilles (1985) and Ararat (1990).

Negative views of China rise sharply in Australia, Britain, 12 other countries, says survey; COVID-19 handling key factor
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Negative views of China rise sharply in Australia, Britain, 12 other countries, says survey; COVID-19 handling key factor

Citizens in the surveyed countries also do not trust China's leader Xi Jinping, with a median of 78 percent saying they do not have confidence in him to do the right thing in world affairs

Former South Africa cricketer Jonty Rhodes appointed Sweden head coach
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Former South Africa cricketer Jonty Rhodes appointed Sweden head coach

Since retiring from playing, Rhodes, who also played hockey for South Africa, has been a fielding coach for the Proteas as well as for Kings XI Punjab in the IPL.

UEFA Nations League: Cristiano Ronaldo hints at return against Sweden with eye on 100-goal mark
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UEFA Nations League: Cristiano Ronaldo hints at return against Sweden with eye on 100-goal mark

Portugal play Sweden on Tuesday in Solna, the scene of a memorable Ronaldo display in the second leg of a World Cup qualifying playoff in 2013.

Riots in Sweden’s Malmo after anti-Muslim Danish leader blocked from 'Quran-burning rally', given two-year ban
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Riots in Sweden’s Malmo after anti-Muslim Danish leader blocked from 'Quran-burning rally', given two-year ban

Rasmus Paludan, who was arrested near Malmo ahead of the rally, had last year burnt a Quran wrapped in bacon

'Cultural exchange' or propaganda?: Centre reviews China's Confucius Institutes amid global concern
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'Cultural exchange' or propaganda?: Centre reviews China's Confucius Institutes amid global concern

India has joined a long list of countries in which concerns have been raised about whether such institutes are propaganda arms of the Chinese State

Climate change still matters to most people, a survey of 80,000 from 40 nations reports
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Climate change still matters to most people, a survey of 80,000 from 40 nations reports

The survey also states that the five countries with the lowest levels of concern are Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s statue to stay in Malmo, confirm city authorities with final call on location yet to be taken
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s statue to stay in Malmo, confirm city authorities with final call on location yet to be taken

The much-vandalized statue of Zlatan Ibrahimovic is staying in Malmo. Where, exactly, remains to be seen.

With migrants heading home, some experts call for herd immunity to combat coronavirus crisis but others warn it is no panacea
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With migrants heading home, some experts call for herd immunity to combat coronavirus crisis but others warn it is no panacea

Where some see crisis, others see opportunity. Some experts have been advocating another method of fighting the coronavirus: Herd immunity. But what is it? And why is it so controversial?

Coronavirus Outbreak: Swedish football clubs clash with health authorities as season remains on hold
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Swedish football clubs clash with health authorities as season remains on hold

The top-flight Allsvenskan has been aiming to get underway on 14 June but the league has yet to get the green light from Swedish Public Health Authority, which is worried about fans gathering outside stadiums and in sports bars to watch games.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Swedish football players, coaches to not take COVID-19 test before training sessions, matches
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Swedish football players, coaches to not take COVID-19 test before training sessions, matches

Swedish football players and coaches will not be required to take a test for COVID-19 before training sessions or matches as part of the country’s proposed return-to-play protocol during the pandemic.

One of the world’s richest esports, The International 10 postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19 crisis
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One of the world’s richest esports, The International 10 postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19 crisis

The International 10, referred to as TI10, has been postponed indefinitely. The 2020 edition of the event, which attracts huge audiences, was to mark its 10th anniversary at the Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden in August this year.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Sweden eases off on lockdown in the hope that citizens gain 'herd immunity' through exposure
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Sweden eases off on lockdown in the hope that citizens gain 'herd immunity' through exposure

After all, herd immunity is our goal — either from vaccination or from enough people building natural immunity.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Zlatan Ibrahimovic trains with Swedish club Hammarby despite coughing fit
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Zlatan Ibrahimovic trains with Swedish club Hammarby despite coughing fit

With Italy in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ibrahimovic returned to Stockholm, where authorities are taking a somewhat more lax approach

Coronavirus Outbreak: Swedish football's rise suffers setback as top-tier league's postponement puts clubs in jeopardy
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Swedish football's rise suffers setback as top-tier league's postponement puts clubs in jeopardy

While a big debate has broken out in England about whether players should be giving up some of their wages during the pandemic, their Swedish counterparts have already been put on leave or received pay cuts