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BRIEF-PA Resources' says application for corporate reorganisation approved by … PA Resources' application for corporate reorganisation approved. * A creditors meeting will be held 15 April 2015 at 13:00 CET at the Stockholm District Court Link to press release: here Further company coverage: (Reporting By Bjorn Rundstrom) … Read more on Reuters

Swedish minister says Saudis blocked speech to Arab League STOCKHOLM — Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom says Saudi Arabia has blocked her from speaking to an Arab League meeting in Cairo. Wallstrom was invited to address the meeting on Monday but told Sweden's public radio her speech was … Read more on The State

UFC-Stockholm media event: 'Rumble' says weight no issue; punches like … Ahead of January's UFC on FOX 14 event and an intriguing light heavyweight headliner, the organization today headed to the host site, Stockholm's Tele2 Arena, for a press conference and open workouts. Local product Alexander Gustafsson (16-2 MMA, 8-2 … Read more on MMAjunkie.com

Nordic Capital's Thule says plans Stockholm listing before year-end STOCKHOLM Nov 4 (Reuters) – Private equity owned Thule Group, a maker of car roof storage boxes, said on Tuesday it planned to list on the Stockholm stock market before the turn of the year, a sign of confidence after months of volatile equity markets. Read…

Russia says sues Ukraine for .5 bn in Stockholm arbitration court‎ "Gazprom has turned to the Stockholm arbitration court to sue Ukraine's Naftogaz for $ 4.5 billion" (3.3 billion euros), the state-controlled company said in a statement, noting the Ukrainian firm had violated its contractual obligations by refusing to … Read more on Focus News

'Searching for Sugar Man' director committed suicide, says family STOCKHOLM — Swedish film director Malik Bendjelloul, whose documentary “Searching for Sugar Man” won an Oscar last year, has killed himself, his family said, triggering tributes for a man who “chased the world for stories to tell”. Police said … Read more on Bellingham Herald

Woman dug up in Stockholm backyard was murdered, DA says CANTON — St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain says the investigation into the death of 84-year-old Betty Babcock of the May Road in Stockholm has led officials to conclude she was murdered. After authorities noticed irregularities in the … Read more on North Country…

Obama, in Stockholm, says that on Syria, 'the international community cannot … A previous version of this article incorrectly said President Obama was scheduled to have bilateral talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron at the G-20 summit. Obama will meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping, along with French President … Read more on Washington…

Obama, in Stockholm, says that on Syria, 'the international community cannot … STOCKHOLM — President Obama took his campaign for a punitive military strike against Syria overseas on Wednesday, declaring that “the international community cannot be silent” and that its credibility is on the line as his request for congressional … Read more on Washington…

Woody Allen Says He's Been Offered Financing To Shoot In Stockholm, But … If you thought Woody Allen just went through his drawer of ideas, wrote up a screenplay and then just followed the money to wherever would be most advantageous to shoot, it seems that's not always the case. While recent years have seen…

Micronic Mydata Jumps as Handelsbanken Says Buy: Stockholm Mover Shares climbed as much as 0.7 krona, or 5.8 percent, to 11.9 kronor, the Stockholm-based company's biggest intraday gain and highest level since Sept. 11. The stock was trading at the high as of 11:32 a.m. local time, with volume representing 117 … Read more on…

Nobel literature winner says censorship necessary STOCKHOLM — This year's Nobel literature winner Mo Yan, who has been criticized for his cozy relationship with China's Communist Party, defended censorship Thursday as something as necessary as airport security checks. He also suggested he has no … Read more on Anchorage Daily News

Nobel literature winner says censorship necessary STOCKHOLM — This year's Nobel Prize in literature winner, Mo Yan, who has been criticized for his membership in China's Communist Party and reluctance to speak out against the country's government, defended censorship Thursday as something as … Read more on Lexington Herald Leader