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This Horrific 16-Inch Monster Of A Rat Is Dead, Thank Goodness

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 28.03.2014 | UK

A gargantuan rat the size of a small child has terrorised a Swedish family, scrambling around the kitchen of their Stockholm home with a trap clamped ...

Best Cities for Winter Travel

Andrew Matthews | Posted 16.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Andrew Matthews

Get ready nay-sayers, I'm about to list a fairly obvious and predictable bunch of cities for this list of winter travel destinations. There's a great reason for my lack of originality; these cities are extremely well equipped to deal with snowy winter weather and to keep the mind and body warm with great choices for accommodation and things to do. Take your pick...

Christmas Time: Larsson & Jennings AW13 Collection

Bwoywonder | Posted 17.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Bwoywonder

Still stuck for gift ideas for your loved ones this Christmas? Running out of time? Then Swiss-made watchmakers Larsson & Jennings may be just the brand to look for.

Crayfish, Caviar and Kanelbullar

Rebecca Root | Posted 04.12.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Rebecca Root

I had expected vibrance and rhythm in Madrid, I had ideas of romance and art for Paris, but Stockholm to me was an unknown island. There were no museums or monuments that I could automatically reel off and I had no idea about cuisine or history. However, I was excited to see the epicentre of Sweden and sample the culture it had to offer...

Mehdi's Morning Memo: The Evidence Is 'Rock Solid'

Huffington Post | Mehdi Hasan | Posted 27.09.2013 | UK Politics

The five things you need to know on Friday 27 September 2013... 1) CLIMATE CHANGE EVIDENCE IS 'ROCK SOLID' The Intergovernmental Panel on Climat...

The Struggle to Survive: World Water Week

Frontier | Posted 06.11.2013 | UK
Frontier

The inaccessibility of clean water and latrines is still a problem devastating developing countries across the world. Recent figures speak of a world of injustice, where nearly people lack access to safe water and 2.5 billion to sanitation. This is a far cry from the flushing toilets, hot showers and clean drinking water taken for granted in most developed countries.

Celebrating Summer: Fabulous Festivals You Don't Want to Miss

HomeAway.co.uk | Posted 13.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
HomeAway.co.uk

Summer is the time of year when people gather en mass to celebrate with music, dance, theatre and sometimes even bulls. These colourful celebrations are the perfect way to revel in the beauty of summer.

The Blame Game After Riots: It's Not All About Inequality, Unemployment and Integration

Vidhya Ramalingam | Posted 29.07.2013 | UK
Vidhya Ramalingam

As Stockholm returns to normal after fires raged for nearly one week across suburbs of the capital, commenters have expressed shock that riots could take place in Sweden of all places.

LOOK: The World's First Strawscraper

Huffington Post UK | Christopher York | Posted 22.05.2013 | UK Tech

A Swedish firm has come up with a brilliant - if slightly odd - idea for making one of Stockholm's tallest buildings energy neutral. The plan is to...

1,000 Days To Go...

Peter Byass | Posted 01.06.2013 | UK
Peter Byass

No, this isn't another dire prediction about the end of the world - but, in 1,000 days, we will arrive at the end of 2015. That's when the world is supposed to reach the endpoints for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the targets set by the global community in 2000 for various improvements in the state of the world's people.

Cleaning Lady Steals Swedish Train And Crashes It Into House

Huffington Post UK | Posted 15.01.2013 | UK

A cleaner has been arrested in Sweden after stealing a train and crashing it into a house in a wealthy Stockholm suburb. The train crashes into t...

25 Years Later, Stolen Matisse Masterpiece Shows Up In Essex

Posted 09.03.2013 | Home

In 1987, when a burglar armed with a sledgehammer smashed his way into the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm and made a daring getaway with a $1m (£6...

We Can't Shy Away From a Painful and Dark Past

Victoria Uwonkunda | Posted 25.11.2012 | Home
Victoria Uwonkunda

Instead of putting a kibosh on that rascal kid journalist and his adventures, let us look at how we can best use these images, and others, to illustrate and explain the complexity of colonialism, slavery and oppression in a wider context.

A Youthful Vision for a Water and Food Secure World

Gates Cambridge Scholars | Posted 14.11.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Gates Cambridge Scholars

The 'world of water' met last month at the World Water Week in Stockholm. This is an annual event organised by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), a think tank which aims to bridge the gap between science and policy on water-related issues.

Emails and Enigma: The Latest Twist In 'Europe's JFK'

Brendan Pittaway | Posted 31.10.2012 | UK
Brendan Pittaway

In more than a quarter of a century since his violent death, Olof Palme has retained the ability to command headlines and divide opinion just as he did during his lifetime.

A Lady of Devotion: Emilia Mitiku

Jason Holmes | Posted 23.08.2012 | UK Entertainment
Jason Holmes

With her new album I Belong To You, Emilia Mitiku takes an unsparing look at heartbreak and the tricky matter of falling in love. Jason Holmes caught up with her in west London.

Bomber Sent Cryptic 'Paradise' Text To Wife Before Suicide Attack

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.06.2012 | UK

The wife of a man who blew himself up in a Stockholm street sent him a text message about "paradise" three days before his death, a court heard today....

Jasmine Kara, the New Blues Sound

Jason Holmes | Posted 03.06.2012 | UK Entertainment
Jason Holmes

On a March evening in London's West End as a bitter wind swept through emptying streets, a coterie of men and women convened at the Borderline Club in the shadow of Foyles bookshop to pay respect to a burgeoning musical talent from Sweden.