STOCKHOLM, May 6 (Reuters) – The catchy tunes, outlandish
costumes and shimmering boots that made ABBA a global phenomenon
all feature in a new museum dedicated to the band, but rumours
the exhibition may presage a reunion by Sweden’s most famous
export were quickly quashed.
The permanent exhibition within a hall of fame of Swedish
pop music opens in Stockholm this week and organisers hope to
attract hundreds of thousands of visitors annually on a pop
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ESKILSTUNA, Sweden (Reuters) – An influx of refugees from countries such as Syria is fuelling a backlash against immigration in Sweden, for years seen by victims of conflict as a bastion of tolerance.
The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats have risen in voter polls to vie for third place a year before a general election that could leave them holding the balance of power.
STOCKHOLM, March 27 (Reuters) – Greenland’s incoming
government believes that the country has a sufficient number of
oil licenses and it will be cautious about awarding new permits,
the next mining and oil minister said on Wednesday.
The statement by Greenland’s new coalition led by the Siumut
party underscores the possibility of a more difficult investment
climate for foreign companies eager to exploit the country’s
largely untapped mineral and oil resources.