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  • Christmas is cancelled: Santa Winter Games can't take place because of construction work

    The Santa Winter Games 2017 have been cancelled due to multiple construction projects in Gällivare, Swedish Lapland, which made the gathering of Father Christmases difficult.

    International Business Times UK
  • Sweden wants Brexit progress in December, but UK must move on money

    GENEVA, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said on Wednesday he wanted Brexit talks to move to the next stage in December but there...

    Mail Online
  • Armed Police To Escort Joggers In Swedish City For Protection

    Residents of the Swedish city of Oskarshamn will now have the option to be accompanied by armed police officers while out jogging. Oskarshamn police inspector Peter Karlsson said the programme was designed to ease the insecurities of those who wish to go jogging after dark. Karlsson, who came up with the idea for the programme, said police would form jogging groups and all those who were interested in joining the officers were welcome, SVT reports. “We will adjust the pace entirely to those who...

    Breitbart
  • Preview: Bragging rights and money at stake in F1 finale

    LONDON (Reuters) - The Formula One season winds up in Abu Dhabi on Sunday with both titles won, Lewis Hamilton aiming to close the year on a winning note and big money still at stake for those further down the paddock pecking order.

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  • Motor racing: Bragging rights and money at stake in F1 finale

    LONDON (Reuters) - The Formula One season winds up in Abu Dhabi on Sunday with both titles won, Lewis Hamilton aiming to close the year on a winning note and big money still at stake for those further down the paddock pecking order.

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  • World Bank sees no slowing in Cambodia's strong growth

    PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's economy is forecast to grow 6.9 percent next year, compared with a projected 6.8 percent pace in 2017, despite risks including uncertainties over next year's election, the World Bank said on Wednesday.

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