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Tranter makes an important statement in gender equality in sports and for fair play among children and young adults Vänersborg, Sweden. 22 December 2021. With passion and commitment, Tranter are always seeking to establish long lasting relationships with every kind of…

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Sweden and Germany are leading the development for electric roads

Germany and Sweden are world leaders when it comes to real-world studies on electric roads. On Gotland, the world’s first wireless e-road has been finished. Electric roads are one of the studied technologies in the race to decarbonise heavy traffic…

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Football for Friendship organises International Friendship Camp: children from all over the world discuss the Nine Values of the programme

Moscow, 24th May 2021): Over two weeks, the Young Participants of the Ninth Season of Gazprom International Children’s Social Programme Football for Friendship (F4F), met online in the International Friendship Camp where they took part in various workshops on the…

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Daimler Truck AG and Volvo Group fully committed to hydrogen-based fuel-cells – launch of new joint venture cellcentric

Stuttgart, Germany / Gothenburg, Sweden, 29 April, 2021 –Today, two leaders of the commercial vehicle industry – Daimler Truck AG and Volvo Group – officially outlined their pioneering roadmap for the new fuel-cell joint venture cellcentric, as part of an…

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Freezing temperatures increase heart attack risks, scientists think they know why

By: Najja Parker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution From wpxi There are several factors that could increase your heart risk, including a poor diet and obesity. However, the weather may also contribute to that risk, according to a new report.  Researchers from Lund University in…

Op-Ed: Working for a brighter future

Following the publication of the report of the Global Commission on the Future of Work, the Co-Chairs, President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa and Prime Minister Stefan Löfven of Sweden, explain why we must renew the social contract and create…

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Greenspan touts Swedish model for entitlement spending

From Newsmax The U.S. could follow Sweden’s example to solve its problems with the welfare state, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said. Greenspan, who argues in his latest book that the growth of spending on social benefits corresponds to…

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No more confusing debate: Study proves mammograms save lives

By HealthDay   From Newsmax Women confused by the conflicting advice surrounding the benefits and timing of mammograms will be interested in a new study out of Sweden. The research, involving more than 50,000 breast cancer patients, found that those…

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The queen is back

Ny Morgan Sung From Mashable Simone Giertz didn’t let brain surgery stop her. What’s next? The “Queen of Sh***y Robots” won’t be stopped. In the six months since the YouTube star and inventor had a large brain tumor that could…

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America desperately needs a healthy conservatism

By Andrew Sullivan From NY Mag In these fetid times, it’s easy to know what you’re against. And I’ve spent many diaries assailing the dueling Trump and “social justice” cults on the illiberal right and left these past several months….