Sweden isn't in the news much right now, for both good and bad reasons. The good reason is that unlike in France, where massive protests and rioting inspired by new anti-coronavirus lockdown measures have made headlines, the Nordic country is peace
Despite these criticisms, Sweden's laissez-faire approach to the pandemic continues today. In contrast to its European neighbors, Sweden is welcoming tourists. Businesses and schools are open with almost no restrictions.
Some 500 Coop supermarket stores in Sweden have been forced to close due to an ongoing "colossal" cyber-attack affecting organisations around the world.
A new investigation finds that Sweden has gone from being one of the safest European countries 20 years ago in terms of gun crime to the second most dangerous.
As Europe pushes ahead with its vaccination program, the Nordic countries are reporting a surge in damaging side effects.
SWEDEN REFUSES TO DIM THE SUN FOR BILL GATES
Happened: A letter to the editor published in the New England Journal of Medicine titled "Open Schools, Covid-19, and Child and Teacher Morbidity in Sweden" has found that "Despite Sweden's having kept schools and preschools open...
Trapped in lockdown between the two extremes of Coronavirus deniers and lockdown orthodoxy, Nye is intrigued by Sweden's approach: no lockdown, no school closures, no masks. She manages to secure an exclusive interview with Chief Epidemiologist And
While the media in the UK is asserting lockdown measures caused COVID-19 deaths and cases to plummet, Sweden saw an even greater drop off in deaths despite enforcing comparatively minor restrictions.
Officials in Halmstad municipality, Sweden, recently forced a teacher to remove their mask and prohibited the use of masks and all forms of PPE in schools. The municipality said there was no scientific evidence for wearing masks, citing the Swedish p