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Despite online protests and his lawyer's plea that the star is 'not a flight risk,' ASAP Rocky's appeal against his detention was turned down
An extra-time strike by Jackie Groenen lifts the Netherlands past Sweden in a grueling semifinal showdown
The American rapper is suspected of 'aggravated assault' after a street brawl caught on video
The Uppsala district court says the fact that Julian Assange is currently in prison in Britain means he does not need to be formally detained in Sweden to be questioned by Swedish prosecutors
The Swedish investigation concerns events which took place in 2010 when a Swedish woman accused Julian Assange of rape, after meeting him at a WikiLeaks conference in Stockholm
In place of the traditional declaration, the Arctic Council releases a shorter 'ministerial statement,' which sets out future goals for the organization but conspicuously makes no mention of climate change
'Julian Assange skipping bail in UK, or any rape charge that may be brought by Swedish authorities shouldn't be ignored,' says Labor Party home affairs spokeswoman Diane Abbott
Swedish firms doing business in the Philippines expect double-digit growth in the next 3 years, but also note that doing business in the country 'is not easy'
A group named Anonymouse says: 'We were a group of friends sitting and talking about our shared love of tales where animals live in a world parallel to ours, where they take care of things we lose'
Lawyers of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange file his application with the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights
A health official says the patient, who lives in Sweden, returned from a trip to Burundi 3 weeks ago but was not known to have visited an Ebola-contaminated area
Although no date has been announced for the start of the negotiations, Yemeni government sources say they could begin as early as Thursday, December 6
The comments from the United Arab Emirates come as UN envoy Martin Griffiths is in the rebel-held capital Sanaa seeking to push forward the planned talks
The 28-year-old fighter becomes the first Asian to win a gold medal in the worlds
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the Saudis and United Arab Emirates 'are fully on board, by the way'
Slain Filipina Mailyn Conde Sinambong, 28, is survived by a 10-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter
The Filipina, 28-year-old Mailyn Conde Sinambong, was allegedly 'severely beaten' by her 50-year-old Swedish husband, says the Department of Foreign Affairs
The Department of Foreign Affairs says it is assisting the family of Mailyn Conde Sinambong, whose husband is a suspect in her murder
(UPDATED) The Sweden Democrats, with roots in the neo-Nazi movement, are presenting the the large number of asylum-seekers as a threat to Swedish culture and claim they put a strain on the country's generous welfare state
Eric Torell is shot dead by a police patrol in the residential neighbourhood of Vasastan around 4am (0200 GMT) Thursday, August 2, after running away from home with a toy gun
A spokesman at the Swedish Prison and Probation Service confirms the pilot decided Elin Ersson, along with the Afghan asylum seeker and the escorts accompanying him had to leave the plane, halting the planned deporation
Firefighters are battling around 50 wildfires after an unprecedented drought in the region and soaring temperatures, which have reached the highest in a century
A large part of Sweden, as well as Denmark, southern Norway and northern Finland, is currently experiencing a period of extreme heat which, according to weather forecasts, is unlikely to end soon
Swedish authorities say 44 fires are burning across the country, urging locals living close to the blazes in the central counties of Gavleborg, Jamtland and Dalarna to evacuate
Harry Maguire and Dele Alli send England into last 4 against a Sweden side that sees the Three Lions going 'all the way'
However, some observers are skeptical about whether the New Academy can compare with the Nobel Literature Prize's history of recognizing distinguished authors
The big guns are all primed up for global football's quarterfinal battles
Emil Forsberg delivers as Sweden squeaks past Switzerland to reach the last 8 for the first time since 1994
Once the chip is underneath your skin, there is no longer any need to worry about misplacing a card or carrying a heavy wallet
Check out how the 16 teams rank ahead of the World Cup's knockout stages
Croatia stays impressive, Brazil finds its footing, while France and Argentina labor through
The Swedes take Mexico along with them to the knockout stage as South Korea eliminates defending champion Germany
Sweden needs a win over Mexico and will progress if it registers a better result than Germany
The Germans hold nerve as Toni Kroos brings the defending champions back from the brink
For the first time in almost 70 years there will be no Nobel Literature Prize this year
'Hopefully there will be some new ideas on the table and I think it'll be on those tracks: the humanitarian situation, the chemical weapons,' says Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom
Two autopsies confirm this finding, says the source with Oman's Royal Police
Watch the evening newscast with Marguerite de Leon
Ri Yong Ho meeets Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven and Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom a week after US President Donald Trump agrees to a historic summit with the North Korean leader
Germany leads the medal tally so far, with 2 gold medals. The Netherlands and Norway have bagged 4 medals each.
Diplomats say it remained unclear whether Russia would resort to its veto to block the draft resolution proposing the ceasefire
Chinese officials give no public reason for Gui Minhai's detention
The chamber's approval comes despite President Rodrigo Duterte's criticism against the European Union for its opposition to his policies
His trial will begin on March 8, charged with premeditated murder as well as dismemberment and 'sexual relations other than intercourse of a particularly dangerous nature,' prosecutors say
A mountain climber shares his experience hiking in the mountains of the North
(UPDATED) A man in his 60s dies after succumbing to injuries sustained when 'according to witnesses he picked up an object off the ground which promptly exploded'
Italy not being at the World Cup is a new experience for most of the country's fans
The blast, heard from as far away as 20 kilometers (12 miles), causes no injuries but serious material damage. The police station entrance is completely destroyed, with dozens of windows smashed.
Like every year, speculation is rife about the possible winners, given the number of worthy laureates in the fields of medicine, physics, chemistry, literature, peace and economics
At latest on September 5 we will try to hold him in custody on a murder charge after her dismembered body was found special prosecutor Jakob Buch Jepsen says referring to Peter Madsen