New Zealand and France will bring together global leaders at a Paris summit next month aimed at stopping social media being used to organise and promote terrorism, the countries' leaders announced Wednesday.
After 48 years living in Sweden, Englishman Tim Crosfield has become a Swedish citizen, praising Sweden's authorities for helping him and other Brits with Brexit, or as he calls it "our idiotic problem".
Ex-Londoner Paul Connolly loves living in northern Sweden. Really, he does. If only the local delicacies didn't taste of asbestos and insulation – and that's BEFORE you even get to the fermented herring.
Malmö is leading by example and spearheading the UN's 2030 Agenda for sustainable development in Sweden.
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From culture clashes in the workplace to loneliness, these are the issues that impact internationals living in Germany.
Starting a new life overseas is an adventure and a challenge, and however much research you do beforehand, there are bound to be aspects of the local culture or bureaucracy that come as a surprise. The Local asked our readers what their top tips were for anyone considering a relocation to Sweden.
A government meeting in May is set to determine whether the humble postage stamp will increase from the current 70 to 90 cents.
Swedish fintech success story Klarna's handling of personal data has been reported to the country's data protection watchdog almost four times as much as Sweden's four biggest banks.
A Kleckskuchen in German translates to something like “blob cake”. A yeasted cake base with four separate topping elements added on top in blobs creates an unusual patchwork effect.
Visiting spectacular Sardinia sometime soon? Impress the islanders by trying out some of their local languages. One of The Local's Sardinian readers explains the basics.
Today, let's talk about the Swedish word for the day when witches fly away to dance with the devil.