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Sweden lists actions on Turkey's concerns over NATO bid
Sweden has taken "concrete action" to address Turkey's concerns over its NATO membership bid, including stepping up counter-terrorism efforts against Kurdish militants, Stockholm told Ankara in a letter dated Oct. 6 and seen by Reuters.
Sweden's moderate party leader gets nod to try form new government
Sweden's Moderate Party leader, Ulf Kristersson, has been handed a mandate to try and form the country's next government after a recent general election gave the right-wing bloc a majority, the speaker of parliament said on Monday.
Swedes vote in tight election race as far right surges
Swedes began voting in legislative elections Sunday that will either pave the way for an unprecedented right-wing government supported by the far right or a third straight mandate for the ruling Social Democrats.
Iran FM urges Sweden to respectc of wrongfully-jailed national
Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian urged Sweden to respect the "basic rights" of Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national who has been jailed and convicted by Stockholm.
Iran FM urges Sweden to respect ‘basic rights’ of wrongfully-jailed national
Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian urged Sweden to respect the "basic rights" of Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national who has been jailed and convicted by Stockholm.
Iran summons Swedish envoy over ‘political' verdict
Iran summoned Sweden’s charge d’affaires in protest at a Swedish court’s sentencing of an Iranian citizen to life in jail based on unfounded allegations.
Nouri denied basic rights by Sweden kangaroo court
The trial of Iranian national Hamid Nouri in a Swedish court is a prime example of human rights abuse in the European country.
Iran condemns Sweden for human rights violation against Nouri
A top Iranian human rights official condemned Sweden’s violation of basic human rights with regard to illegally-detained former Iranian official Hamid Nouri as he has been held in solitary confinement for nearly three years and barred from meeting family in person.
Finland, Sweden sign to join NATO but need ratification
NATO's 30 allies signed an accession protocol for Finland and Sweden on Tuesday, allowing them to join the nuclear-armed alliance once parliaments ratify the decision, the most significant expansion of the alliance since the 1990s.
Turkey: Nordics must change laws to meet Turkey’s demands
Finland and Sweden should change their laws, if needed, to meet Turkey's demands and win its backing for their bid to join NATO, the Turkish foreign minister said on Tuesday, doubling down on a threat to veto an historic enlargement of the alliance.
Finland, Sweden apply to join NATO amid Turkish objections
Finland and Sweden formally applied to join the NATO alliance on Wednesday, a decision spurred by Russia's military operation in Ukraine, but face objections from Turkey to an accession process that is expected to take only a few weeks.
Sweden, Finland NATO bid no threat to Russia but may 'trigger response': Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that while his country does not see Finland and Sweden's decision to join NATO as a threat, deployment of military infrastructure there may trigger a response from Moscow.
Iran rules out prisoner swap with Sweden
Iran's Judiciary dismissed on Tuesday the possibility of a prisoner swap that would see a former Iranian government employee on trial in Stockholm released in exchange for a Swedish-Iranian academic on death row for espionage for Israel.
Family of jailed Iranian in Sweden harassed by MKO terror group’s elements
The family of an Iranian citizen on trial in Sweden has released shocking allegations of mistreatment as they continue to fight a lengthy legal battle for his release.

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