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Östersund

(östərsŭnd`), city (1990 pop. 42,860), capital of Jämtland co., central Sweden, on Lake Storsjön; founded 1786. It is a commercial, industrial, agricultural, tourist, and transportation center.

ÖStersund

 

a city in northern Sweden, on Lake Storsjön. Capital of the Iän (county) of Jämtland. Population, 54,100 (1976). A railroad junction, Östersund has metalworking and woodworking industries. It is a center for skiing and skating.

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"On August 29, the diplomatic mission received an official response from the Ostersund District Court stating that the detainee is not an Uzbek citizen," the statement said.
Former Manchester United prodigy Morrison, 26, impressed Blades boss Chris Wilder during a trial after leaving Swedish side Ostersund and has the option to extend his stay at Bramall Lane.
Where: Ostersund Currency: Euro Brief overview: Located slap bang in the middle of Sweden, Ostersund is located on the shores of Sweden's fifth largest lake, Storsjon, opposite the island Froson.
Internationella Engelska Skolan i Sverige Holding II AB (IES) (STO:ENG), a free school operator in Sweden, announced on Thursday the signing of a rental contract with the Municipality of Ostersund to rent the former Palmcrantzskolan in central Ostersund.
However, after the Championship side initially rejected Brighton's approach, former Ostersund boss Potter completed the formalities of a four-year deal ahead of being unveiled yesterday afternoon.
The former Ostersund coach only joined Swansea last June and is expected to take three of his backroom staff with him.
Potter finished 10th with Swansea in the Championship this season after joining the club from Swedish side Ostersund in June 2018.
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Sema, 24, announced himself with a brilliant individual goal that earned Swedish minnows Ostersund a shock Europa League win at the Emirates in February.
His displays during two impressive seasons at Ljungskile alerted Ostersund's English boss Graham Potter who was building a team of young, hungry players from around Sweden with a point to prove.
GRAHAM POTTER The most successful English manager in European club competition this season, Potter has worked wonders with Swedish minnows Ostersund - and happens to have played for West Brom between 1997 and 2000.
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