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At GM’s Milford Proving Ground, Detroit Red Wings Mikael Samuelsson, Henrik Zetterberg and Nicklas Lidstrom join the King of Sweden for a test drive of some of GM’s hottest and most fuel efficient cars.
4 Jul 2009
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Checkout Arc2 TVs coverage of BC Fashion Week Fall 2008 Collection. This episode featuring Tiger of Sweden.
6 Nov 2008
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Daniel Wretström (October 15, 1983 - December 9, 2000) was a young Swedish boy who was brutally murdered in Salem, a suburb to Stockholm by a multicultural gang consisting of up to as many as 15 immigrants and at least 1 Swedish. Daniel was waiting for the bus at the bus stop on Säbytorgsvägen, he is on his way home from a party, suddenly a multicultural gang shows up and screams and is shouting "Racist" as they approach Daniel, a Swedish girl with a foreign accent screams "racist! Do you dare to stay? Are you scared" "Beat him to death". The gang, encouraged by the knowledge that it is OK to assault Swedes who they suspect are racist. Only a few days earlier, the Swedish Prime minister Göran Persson stated in an article of one of Swedens largest newspapers that racism has to be crushed, the multicultural gang was determined to make these words reality. After being hit with sticks and other objects, and kicked a dozen of times, a car comes passing by on the road, Daniel tries to escape the gang by throwing himself up on the cars hood. "Please, help me" he says, hoping that the driver will keep on driving and take him to safety, instead one of the gang members shouts to the driver that he is a racist, and the car driver starts driving back and forward to try to shake off Daniel. Finally, the gang comes and drags him off the cars hood, and whilst the car just drives away the battering continues. The gang keeps on kicking and hitting him repeatedly with planks and sticks against Daniels head and body. The boy is now almost lifeless, lying in the ditch. One of the attackers grabs a 1.5 meter long plank and hits the boy in the head with it over and over again, he does not stop until a teenage girl who passed by screams hysterically at him and begs him to stop. One of the girls who are participating in the battering of the boy then shouts back to the protesting girl that "The racist deserves it" and the gang member who is holding the plank is raising it towards the witness in a threatening gesture. They jump on the head and neck of the almost lifeless boy. Out of my way, I have got a knife! one shouts as he rushes forward towards the almost lifeless boy holding a carving knife. The other gang members leave place for Khaled Odeh who sits astride on the boys back. He raises and lowers the large carving knife again and again. After stabbing the boy at least four times in the back, the blade brakes in half. Khaled then takes the boys head with his left hand to pull it backwards. He feels a raging hatred for the mutilated young boy; a boy that he knows threatens democracy; a boy who murders small children, he knows that the boy must be crushed. So he decides what to do. I will kill him. The words go through his mind as he forces what is left of the knife into the throat of the boy. Satisfied that he has liberated society from a racist he elatedly gets up on his feet. The blood, which is covering his hands, is still warm. He looks around and shouts to the people standing around him that no one has seen him. Then he runs away with his brother after him. The rest of the gang members walk their separate ways and disappear. Crush racism, someone shouts among the shadows. But Khaled Odeh has been seen. The Swedish girl who witnessed the brutal assault approaches the boy with tears in her eyes. The boy is trying to raise his head but fails. His clothes are drowned with blood which is pumping out of his slashed neck artery. He is trying to gasp for breath, out of his mouth is heard a wheezing sound, when his head again falls to the ground in the cold ditch. The life runs out of Daniel Wretström as the girl desperately tries to save him. The legal consequences have been described as a farce, where judges and jurymen declared Swedish youth outlaws and with no legal rights. The killer, Khaled Odeh, was sentenced for manslaughter to psychiatric care since the court came to the conclusion that he suffered from temporary insanity when he committed the crime. When the verdict is formulated this way it is not unusual that the convicted is declared healthy after about a year and is released. Only six of his companions were prosecuted. Three of them were sentenced to forty hours of community service and contact with the social services. Two of those remaining were ordered to pay 1800 Swedish crowns (about 200 Euros) in fines and the last one was released on parole and ordered to pay 1800 crowns in fines. Is a Swedish boys life worth that little? Less than a speeding ticket. To keep the memory of one of the Swedish young citizens whose blood has been spilled upon the sacrificial altar of the establishment, alive, there is an annual memorial march, around the anniversary of the murder. The year of 2001, 1400 demonstrators gathered to protest against the accelerating violence against Swedes.
17 Nov 2008
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trick shots from sweden in ystad
16 Feb 2009
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There is no doubt that Sweden is one of the most beautiful countries in our World
7 May 2009
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Meteor över Sydsverige, 17 Januari 2009. Meteor over south of Sweden, 17th of January 2009.
20 Jan 2009
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portugal vs sweden football world cup 2010 european qualificaltion, live match, statistics, analytics, analysis, tables, predictions
29 May 2009
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Helicopter Crash in Sweden
4 Apr 2009
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Latvia vs Sweden 2009
29 Apr 2009
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Elk Lynx Wolf Seal and some other animals! Filmed at Skånes Djurpark Sverige Sweden
26 Jun 2009
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England Under 21s let a three-goal lead slip before dramatically beating hosts Sweden U21s on penalties to progress to the European Championship final. Stuart Pearce's side enjoyed a dream start, with Martin Cranie netting in the first minute from a James Milner corner. Neduym Onuoha then doubled the advantage on 27 minutes, blasting home from close range, again from a Milner corner. Mattias Bjarsmyr then turned the ball into his own goal seven minutes before the interval after Theo Walcott put a Milner corner back into the box and Lee Cattermole flicked on. But Sweden got into the game after the break and pulled one back on 68 minutes when Marcus Berg scored from a Guillermo Molins cross. Ola Toivonen then reduced the deficit to just one goal on 75 minutes after lifting his free-kick over the wall and into the net. Berg completed the amazing comeback six minutes later after Robin Soder flicked a Molins cross back for him to slot home. In the first period of extra-time, England's problems increased when substitute Frazier Campbell was sent off for a second bookable offence. Then Gustav Svensson crossed from the right in the second period of extra-time and Berg's header from the edge of the box hit the bar with Hart beaten. Penalties went to sudden death before Molins hit the right post to send England through 5-4 on spot-kicks. They will face Germany in the final but will be without the suspended Campbell, as well as Gabriel Agbonlahor and Hart after their bookings
13 Jul 2009
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*******, Flowcrete Sweden AB r en ledande golvspecialist som har ett stort utbud av slitstarka golvbelggningar, bland annat fogfri terrazzo. Perstorp AB, PERSTORP, 0, 0435-40 01 10
6 Jul 2009
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Photos of 350 day of action in Malmö, Sweden during 24 october 2009 + interview of Jonathan, swedish tracker involve in Adopt a negociator team. *******
24 Oct 2009
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The Avid Cruiser visits Luleå, Sweden, a port of call in the Gulf of Bothnia, situated in the far north of the Baltic Sea. Among the shore excursions featured in the series of videos that follow: Gammelstad, Europe's best preserved example of a church village; Swedish Lappland, and a visit with the native Sami people; Storforsen, one of Europe's largest rapids
1 Nov 2009
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The Avid Cruiser visits Storforsen, one of Europe's largest rapids and only an hour's drive from Luleå, Sweden.
2 Nov 2009
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Bobby Brown, Henrik Harlaut and Alexis Godbout meet in Narvik, Norway. The goal: Hitting backcountry jumps with the fjords of the Lyngen Alps as a backdrop. Bad weather forces the crew to change plans and head to Are, Sweden for what turns out to be the best jump session of their lives.
10 Nov 2009
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