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 trips were reportedly sold on several different auction sites in the three countries and, according to Aftonbladet, the person behind the advertisements was a German.
Sweden's Aftonbladet newspaper claimed on Monday that Israeli soldiers snatched Palestinian youths and returned their dismembered bodies a few days later.
Through the acquisition of www.hitta.se Aftonbladet would take a position in the advertising market for online catalogues, according to the company.
Aftonbladet has said that the newspaper receives 1.2m visits from abroad every month and that the vast majority of these probably are Swedes abroad -- the foreign ministry has estimated that there are about 300,000 Swedish expatriates at the moment.
Aftonbladet provides news for the website at www.eurosong2000.com since 6 March this year and the agreement was made at the beginning of the year and according to Dagens Nyheter, five journalists, three online journalists and photographers have been assigned to cover the event.
Johan Hederstedt, the coordinator for the transport of those who died in the tsunami, has said that more bodies will be transported by regular air services, unless there are many at the same time, as then an aircraft can be requested from Sweden or locally, reported the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
"It's hard to see he's been away from soccer for over two years," Alexandersson told the Swedish Sunday tabloid Aftonbladet.
According to Aftonbladet, a Swedish daily newspaper, the telephone has been marketed as a telephone for a broader audience and it's currently available in the shops.
One result of the complicated Swedish rules is that Denmark, which according to Aftonbladet is seen as a smaller country than Sweden when it comes to Internet issues, has about 150,000 domains registered with the .dk ending while there are only about 74,000 registered .se domains.
"We are going to release the royal children from their slavery," Ulf Bergstrom, public relations officer for the group, was quoted as saying to the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
It's the biggest thing I've ever experienced," the AIK Solna striker told Swedish daily Aftonbladet.
Most airlines reportedly demand that pets fly in the cargo hold, while some countries' laws state that pets can only travel as freight, reported the online edition of the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.