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IKEA won't raise prices in India following import tax hike - executive

Sweden's IKEA is not planning to increase prices in India in the short term, following India's move to raise import taxes on goods such as furniture, a company executive said on Thursday.
Tags: Money, Sweden, India, businessNews, Ikea


Frölunda HC: The Gold Standard of NHL Prospect Development

Developing hockey players is no easy task. It takes years of moulding players the right way to turn them into stars, and it doesn’t always pan out. Players can be ranked very high ahead of the NHL Draft, but never end up playing an NHL game. Developing prospects takes patience, adaptation, and communication on every single layer. Teams across the world try their best to produce high-end talents and develop them as they reach higher ranks. It’s an extremely difficult art that carries a high l...
Tags: Europe, Usa, Sweden, Minnesota, Washington, Toronto, Sport, Gm, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Michael Schumacher, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks, Hall of Fame, New York Rangers


Gui Minhai's daughter says China 'buried' his sentence amid coronavirus outbreak

Angela Gui says her bookseller father’s 10-year sentence was pushed through in the hope it would go ‘unnoticed’The daughter of jailed Hong Kong bookseller Gui Minhai has said she believes authorities purposefully announced his harsh sentence – 10 years in prison for espionage - during the coronavirus outbreak in hopes that it would go unnoticed.Angela Gui, who has been advocating for her father, a China-born Swedish citizen, since he was abducted from Thailand in 2015, said she was told last yea...
Tags: Hong Kong, Human Rights, Sweden, China, World news, Thailand, Asia Pacific, GUI, Gui Minhai, Angela Gui, Coronavirus outbreak


A molecular atlas of skin cells

Our skin protects us from physical injury, radiation and microbes, and at the same time produces hair and facilitates perspiration. Details of how skin cells manage such disparate tasks have so far remained elusive. Now, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have systematically mapped skin cells and their genetic programs, creating a detailed molecular atlas of the skin in its complexity. The study is published today in the scientific journal Cell Stem Cell.
Tags: Science, Sweden, Karolinska Institutet


One Bed, Two Blankets: Does The Scandi Sleeping Method Work?

I can’t remember when exactly I encountered the two blankets, one bed sleeping arrangement, but I do know I wasn’t a fan at first. It would have been during the first year of my relationship with my Danish girlfriend (now wife), when we were long distance between my university and London and often confined to a single bed when she stayed over. So when we went to visit her family in Denmark, I was looking forward to a night in a double bed, free from each other’s elbows. However, I quickly lea...
Tags: Fashion, Music, UK, London, Sweden, Germany, Rebecca, Austria, Britain, Ikea, Denmark, Scandinavia, Copenhagen, Terence Conran, FELIX, Neil


What Are The Top Challenges Facing Digital News Publications In 2020?

The decline of the printed press is nothing new. I mean, hello, it’s 2020. Are you going to buy a newspaper from your local newsagent or are you going to pick up your phone and scroll through Facebook/find out what’s trending on Twitter? If you’re under the age of 30, I guarantee it’s the latter. In fact, I’d bet my pet Chihuahua on it… …Cue a shameless excuse to include a photo of my pet Chihuahua Boris – cute, isn’t he? Anyway, back to the matter at hand. As a former Journalism student, lesso...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, UK, Sweden, Washington Post, Seo, Sem, Snapchat, Netflix, Daily Mail, NHS, Ofcom, Norway, University of Oxford, Times


Blackhawks’ 2014 Draft: The One That Sent Them Awry

The current unfortunate state of the Chicago Blackhawks has fans asking, “What went wrong?” It’s a question that has a complex answer, to say the least. While there are many different directions to point the finger at, I want to dive into something that I believe has been a big contributor up to this point: drafting. Overview Blackhawks general manager (GM) Stan Bowman has been at the helm since 2009. Like any GM, he has had his fair share of good picks and bad picks. On the good side, ...
Tags: Sweden, Sport, Gm, Hockey, NHL, North America, Cornell University, Tampa Bay Lightning, Chicago Blackhawks, Kane, Boston Bruins, Blackhawks, Hawks, Patrick Kane, Northeastern University, Arizona Coyotes


Bramhults: Reclaim February

In Sweden, sick-leave is the highest in February. Every year. It also has consequences for society, both in terms of economy and productivity. Making February a better month thus benefits not only ourselves but society as well. So Brämhults juice has decided to take up the fight against darkness, illness and sedentary. Using the power of nature in a juice shot, it's time to Reclaim February. If you are in Gothenburg, Sweden and in case of health emergency, just break the glass to...
Tags: Sweden, Advertising, Gothenburg Sweden


Sweden’s SVT Orders Crime Drama ‘Blackwater’ From ‘The Killing’ Producer Piv Bernth

Swedish broadcaster SVT has ordered a six-part TV adaptation of Kerstin Ekman’s crime novel “Blackwater” from Piv Bernth’s Apple Tree Productions. The series will be coproduced with ARD Degeto in Germany, and Filmpool Nord, and distributed internationally by ITV Studios. It has pre-sold to DR in Denmark, NRK in Norway, YLE in Finland, and RUV […]
Tags: News, Sweden, Germany, Global, Itv, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Blackwater, NRK, YLE, Piv Bernth, ARD Degeto, Apple Tree Productions, Kerstin Ekman, Filmpool Nord


Sweden's Fotografiska Storms New York's Culture Scene with Six Photography Exhibitions & an Enchanting New Restaurant

Carving a prominent space in New York City’s burgeoning cultural landscape is no easy task for a newcomer but it’s exactly what Stockholm’s Fotografiska museum accomplished with the opening of its American outpost last December.
Tags: Art, Sweden, New York City, Stockholm, Fotografiska, Fotografiska Storms New York


Possible new treatment strategy for fatty liver disease

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have identified a molecular pathway that when silenced could restore the normal function of immune cells in people with fatty liver disease. The findings could lead to new strategies for treating the condition, which is a major health risk for people with obesity. The study is published in the scientific journal Science Translational Medicine.
Tags: Science, Sweden, Karolinska Institutet


Cognitive impairment after intensive care linked to long-lasting inflammation

People who have been treated in intensive care commonly suffer from residual cognitive impairment, but the reason for this is unknown. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden now link cognitive impairment with lasting inflammation and a potential treatment target. The results are presented in the scientific journal Intensive Care Medicine.
Tags: Science, Sweden, Karolinska Institutet


Zalando - It’s what you do. Or don’t. (2020) :340 (Sweden)

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Amateur Michael Young clinches Qatar Masters start with Qatar Amateur victory

Ring Of Kerry’s Michael Young. Picture: Pat Cashman Ring of Kerry amateur Michael Young won the Qatar Open Amateur Golf Championship to clinch a spot in next month's Commercial Bank Qatar Masters on the European Tour.As South Africa's Mathiam Keyser claimed the professional title in what doubled as the Qatar Masters qualifier, closing with a 65 to finish in 11-under 205, Young fol...
Tags: England, Sweden, Qatar, Sport, South Africa, Golf, The Island, Kerry, Young, Doha, Michael Young, Amateur golf, Pat Cashman, Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, Paul McBride, Doha Golf Club


China Sentences Hong Kong Bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 Years in Prison

Mr. Gui, a Chinese-born Swedish citizen, ran a publishing house that appeared to anger the Communist Party
Tags: Hong Kong, News, Sweden, China, GUI, Mighty Current Media, Gui Minhai, Hong Kong Bookseller Gui Minhai, Communist Party of China, Political Prisoners, Politics And Government, Book Trade and Publishing


Hong Kong bookseller Gui Minhai jailed for 10 years in China

Swedish citizen who went missing in 2015 sentenced for ‘providing intelligence’ abroadA Chinese court has sentenced the Swedish bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 years in prison for “providing intelligence” overseas, deepening diplomatic tensions as Sweden demanded that China release him.A court in Ningbo, an eastern port city, said on Tuesday that Gui had been found guilty and would be stripped of political rights for five years in addition to his prison term. The brief statement said Gui had pleaded...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, Human Rights, Sweden, Law, China, World news, Asia Pacific, Amnesty International, Freedom Of Speech, GUI, Gui Minhai, Ningbo


The dancing cranes of West Sweden – a bucket list wildlife spectacle

Every spring Lake Hornborga hosts a vast, noisy gathering of the migrating birds, drawing spectators from across the worldThe throng stretches out on either side of me: a shifting, bickering thousands-strong multitude spread around the lakeside, jostling for space and filling the air with sound. It is a breathtaking sight, a cacophonous celebration of life on a spectacular scale.While rural south-west Sweden is the kind of place one might visit in order to avoid the crowds, it is the masses that...
Tags: Travel, Sweden, Birds, Birdwatching, Wildlife Holidays, Europe Holidays, Sweden Holidays, West Sweden, Scandinavia holidays, Lake Hornborga


China Sentences Hong Kong Bookseller to 10 Years in Prison

Gui Minhai, a Chinese-born Swedish citizen, ran a publishing house that appeared to anger the Communist Party
Tags: Hong Kong, News, Sweden, China, Mighty Current Media, Gui Minhai, Communist Party of China, Political Prisoners, Politics And Government, Book Trade and Publishing, China Sentences Hong Kong Bookseller


Gui Minhai, detained Hong Kong bookseller, jailed for 10 years in China

Swedish citizen who disappeared in 2015 is jailed in Ningbo for ‘providing intelligence’ overseasA Chinese court has sentenced Swedish bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 years in prison for “providing intelligence” overseas, in a case that has highlighted China’s far-reaching crackdown on critics.A court in Ningbo, an eastern port city, said on Tuesday that Gui had been found guilty and would be stripped of political rights for five years. According to the statement, Gui said he would not be appealing ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Sweden, China, Asia Pacific, Freedom Of Speech, GUI, Gui Minhai, Ningbo


Chinese court jails Hong Kong bookseller for 10 years, Sweden objects

A Chinese court sentenced Chinese-born Swedish citizen Gui Minhai to 10 years in jail on Monday for illegally providing intelligence overseas, prompting a protest from Stockholm. Gui, a bookseller previously based in Hong Kong who sold books critical of China's political leadership, was detained by mainland police in 2018. Relations between Sweden and China soured in the months leading up to Monday's sentencing, with Chinese officials warning Swedish counterparts against meddling in China's in...
Tags: Hong Kong, News, Sweden, China, Gui Minhai, Stockholm Gui


Södra’s first pilot delivery of biomethanol goes to Danish biodiesel producer

In Sweden, Södra has built the world’s first plant for commercial biomethanol, a sustainable fuel from forest biomass, at Södra’s pulp mill in Mönsterås. Over the next few days, a first pilot delivery will go to Emmelev A/S, a customer that will be using biomethanol in its biodiesel production. Emmelev A/S is a Danish family-owned agricultural company that has developed large-scale biodiesel production from local canola but uses fossil methanol as a raw material in production.
Tags: Sweden, Producer News, Sodra, Biomethanol, Sweden Södra


Volvo CE switches to HVO for demonstration machines in Sweden

In Sweden, Volvo CE Customer Center in Eskilstuna is paving the way for a sustainable future by running its demonstration machines on HVO. Using HVO means that Volvo can significantly reduce its CO2 emissions at the Customer Center, as well as demonstrating to guests how well the fuel works in practice. A key aspect of why HVO wasn’t implemented sooner is due to availability. HVO is a relatively new fuel that wasn’t widely available until recently, so establishing a consistent supply was para...
Tags: Sweden, Volvo, Producer News, HVO, Eskilstuna, Customer Center, Volvo CE, Volvo CE Customer Center, Volvo CE Machine


Your nose does not deceive you... that smell is, in fact, Bacon.

It's true, After a few years greatly hampered by injuries, Aron Jóhannsson is fit and off to a flyer in 2020. With the mighty Zlatan in attendance, the forward was robbed on a pair of skillful early attempts before bagging one of the easiest braces in history (and added an assist in between) as Hammarby opened their competitive slate with a 5-1 Svenska Cupen group stage rout of Varberg on Monday [Author: Greg Seltzer]
Tags: Videos, Sweden, Sport, Soccer, Aron Johannsson, Zlatan, Varberg, Hammarby, Americans Abroad, by Greg Seltzer, Greg Seltzer, Svenska Cupen


Does having boys or girls run in families? New study says it's down to chance

You may think having boys or girls runs in families, but a new study that examines the entire population of Sweden since 1932 says the sex of offspring is purely down to chance.
Tags: Sweden, Cnn


Grading the Rangers’ Most Recent Blockbuster Deadline Deals

The New York Rangers are once again primed to ship off veteran players at the 2020 NHL deadline on Feb. 24. Chris Kreider remains towards the top player on TSN Hockey’s Trade Bait List and the long-time Ranger might not be wearing the red, white and blue come the end of the deadline. Jesper Fast, Alexander Georgiev, Tony DeAngelo and Brady Skjei have also been named as other candidates to be possibly dealt. Since the Rangers sent “the letter” in Feb. 2018, general manager Jeff Gorton has bee...
Tags: New York Post, Usa, New York, Sweden, Sport, Rangers, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Miller, Boston Bruins, Andersson, Brad Penner, Philadelphia Flyers, Ottawa Senators


Julian Assange Is an ‘Ordinary’ Criminal, Not Free-Speech Champion, U.S. Says as It Outlines Extradition Case

(LONDON) — The U.S. government began outlining its extradition case against Julian Assange in a London court on Monday, arguing that the WikiLeaks founder is not a free-speech champion but an “ordinary” criminal who put many lives at risk with his secret-spilling. U.S. authorities want to try Assange on espionage charges that carry a maximum sentence of 175 years in prison over the 2010 publication of hundreds of thousands of secret military documents and diplomatic cables. Assange argues h...
Tags: London, News, Sweden, Osama Bin Laden, Iraq, Uncategorized, America, European Union, Afghanistan, Atlantic, United States, Pakistan, Amnesty International, Courts, Vivienne Westwood, Pentagon


1980 United States Olympic Team Dave Christian Jersey

While everyone recalls the " Miracle on Ice " from February 22, 1980, many do not recall that the United States' victory over the Soviet Union was not the gold medal winning game. In fact, the tournament format in 1980 did not even have a gold medal final, as the teams were not placed in a single elimination bracket, as is the case with the Olympics and World Championships of today. Back in 1980, the format had the top two teams from both the Blue and Red Divisions of First Round group pl...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, US, Sport, United States, Finland, Union, Christian, Hockey, Johnson, Craig, Soviet Union, Brooks, Mark Johnson, Lake Placid, Neal Broten


Old World Meets Modern: A Casual but Elegant Pre-War Flat on the Baltic Coast

Once again, we find ourselves in the familiar position of being utterly charmed by a Colombe Design project. (We’ve waxed poetic about their projects twice before: here and here.) There are similarities between the residences the firm designs—Old World high ceilings, striking architectural details, an emphasis on sculptural statement lighting—but this one, while just as elegant as the other projects, has a whimsical casualness all its own. This sophisticated but relaxed approach was largely info...
Tags: Europe, Books, Sweden, Ebay, Wallpaper, Ikea, Apartments, Poland, Lighting, Warsaw, Napoleon, House Tour, Baltic coast, Carrara, SOPOT, Architecture & Interiors


Sweden’s first cat psychologist helped create this perfect cat home!

Anyone who has a pet knows that we only work hard to give them the life they deserve, and just like us the folks at 24 Storage understand that you must pamper your children especially the furry ones! So they came up with this ingenious Cat Flat that looks like a modern piece of furniture on the outside and keeps your cats happy on the inside. It is essentially a penthouse for your cat that matches your living room.The Cat Flat has been carefully designed based on the advice of Sweden’s first c...
Tags: Home, Design, Living, Sweden, Pets, Lifestyle, Furniture, Interiors, Interior Design, Product Design, Pet Bed, Cat House, Wooden Furniture, Pet Furniture, Pet Accessories, 24 Storage


Common Antibiotics Linked To Increased Risk Of Birth Defects, Study Says

(CNN) — Taking some common antibiotics during the first trimester of pregnancy was linked with a higher risk of birth defects, according to a new study. The study, published Wednesday in the medical journal BMJ, found an increased risk of birth defects in the children of women who were prescribed macrolides during the first three months of pregnancy compared to mothers who were prescribed penicillin. Macrolide antibiotics include erythromycin, clarithromycin and azithromycin, and they are used t...
Tags: Health, UK, Sweden, Pregnancy, United States, United Kingdom, Women's Health, Antibiotics, Healthwatch, Bmj, University College London, Gilbert, Medical Association Journal, Cable News Network Inc, WarnerMedia Company, Ruth Gilbert