Aftonbladet


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Aftonbladet

 

(Evening Paper), a Swedish daily newspaper. Founded in 1830, it has belonged to the Central Confederation of Swedish Trade Unions since 1956. It is closely tied to the Swedish Social Democratic Party. The newspaper is published in Stockholm. Its circulation as of 1968 was approximately 300,000.

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The radio channel of Aftonbladet also stated the same.
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Les suspects arretes apres une alerte a la bombe a GE[micro]teborg (sud-ouest) sont deux freres, leur oncle et leur cousin, tous d'origine syrienne, a affirme dimanche le tabloid suedois Aftonbladet, selon lequel l'affaire serait liee aux caricatures du Mouhommed.
Galloway, by contrast in the case of Israel, makes outrageous comparisons with the holocaust and suggests that the story that appeared in the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet in the summer was proved by this development.
The report said Sheppard-Hughes decided to publish the interview after the leading Swedish daily Aftonbladet reported in August that Israeli soldiers killed Palestinians to trade in their organs.
She wont leave without her husband," Pakistani Home Secretary Rehman Malik told the Aftonbladet newspaper.
She wont leave without her husband, Pakistani Home Secretary Rehman Malik told the Aftonbladet newspaper.
Two written requests had been submitted to the Swedish Chancellor of Justice to probe whether the report in the Aftonbladet tabloid last month amounted to inciting racial hatred and violated freedom of expression laws.
However, the Israelis are up in arms over the article with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman calling for a condemnation from the Swedish government and Defense Minister Ehud Barak considering suing Aftonbladet reporters for libel.