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USA-SWEDEN/RAPPER
RTS2MHT1
August 14, 2019
U.S. rapper ASAP Rocky's lawyer Slobodan Jovicic listens to the media during a news conference after...
Uppsala, Sweden
U.S. rapper ASAP Rocky's lawyer Jovicic listens to media during the news conference in Uppsala
U.S. rapper ASAP Rocky's lawyer Slobodan Jovicic listens to the media during a news conference after the rapper received a conditional sentence, in Uppsala, Sweden August 14, 2019. REUTERS/Anna Ringstrom
USA-SWEDEN/RAPPER
RTS2MHSZ
August 14, 2019
U.S. rapper ASAP Rocky's lawyer Slobodan Jovicic speaks to the media during a news conference after the...
Uppsala, Sweden
U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky's lawyer Jovicic speaks to media during the news conference in Uppsala
U.S. rapper ASAP Rocky's lawyer Slobodan Jovicic speaks to the media during a news conference after the rapper received a conditional sentence, in Uppsala, Sweden August 14, 2019. REUTERS/Anna Ringstrom
WIKILEAKS-ASSANGE/SWEDEN-HEARING
RTX6XPZR
June 03, 2019
Julian Assange's lawyer Per Samuelsson (2nd R) walks past the media ahead of a detention hearing in a...
Uppsala, Sweden
Julian Assange's lawyer Per Samuelsson walks past the media ahead of a detention hearing in a rape case...
Julian Assange's lawyer Per Samuelsson (2nd R) walks past the media ahead of a detention hearing in a rape case against Assange in Uppsala, Sweden June 3, 2019. REUTERS/Anna Ringstrom
WIKILEAKS-ASSANGE/SWEDEN-HEARING
RTX6XPZL
June 03, 2019
Julian Assange's lawyer Per Samuelsson (2nd R) walks past the media ahead of a detention hearing in a...
Uppsala, Sweden
Julian Assange's lawyer Per Samuelsson walks past the media ahead of a detention hearing in a rape case...
Julian Assange's lawyer Per Samuelsson (2nd R) walks past the media ahead of a detention hearing in a rape case against Assange in Uppsala, Sweden June 3, 2019. REUTERS/Anna Ringstrom
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1Z
October 22, 2009
Gunnar Sibbmark, chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden, speaks to reporters at a news...
Uppsala, Sweden
Chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden talks with reporters at a news conference in Uppsala...
Gunnar Sibbmark, chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden, speaks to reporters at a news conference in Uppsala following a vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals October 22, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN RELIGION SOCIETY)
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1Y
October 22, 2009
Esbjorn Hagberg (R), the bishop of Karlstad parish, speaks to reporters with Gunnar Sibbmark (C), chairman...
Uppsala, Sweden
Archbishop, chairman and bishop of the Lutheran Church of Sweden meet with reporters at a news conference...
Esbjorn Hagberg (R), the bishop of Karlstad parish, speaks to reporters with Gunnar Sibbmark (C), chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden and Archbishop Anders Wejryd at a news conference in Uppsala following a vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals October 22, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN RELIGION SOCIETY)
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1X
October 22, 2009
Anders Wejryd (L), archbishop of the Lutheran Church of Sweden speaks to reporters with Gunnar Sibbmark...
Uppsala, Sweden
Archbishop, chairman and bishop of the Lutheran Church of Sweden meet with reporters at a news conference...
Anders Wejryd (L), archbishop of the Lutheran Church of Sweden speaks to reporters with Gunnar Sibbmark (C), chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden and Esbjorn Hagberg, the bishop of Karlstad parish, at a news conference in Uppsala following a vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals October 22, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN RELIGION SOCIETY)
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1Q
October 22, 2009
Delegates vote in favour of allowing same sex marriages in churches at the annual Church of Sweden meeting...
Uppsala, Sweden
Delegates vote in favour of allowing same sex marriages in churches at the annual Church of Sweden meeting...
Delegates vote in favour of allowing same sex marriages in churches at the annual Church of Sweden meeting in Uppsala October 22, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN RELIGION SOCIETY)
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1M
October 22, 2009
Delegates vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals at a meeting of the Lutheran Church...
Uppsala, Sweden
Delegates vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals at a meeting of the Lutheran Church...
Delegates vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals at a meeting of the Lutheran Church of Sweden in Uppsala October 22, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN RELIGION SOCIETY)
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1F
October 22, 2009
Delegates vote in favour of allowing same sex marriages in churches at the annual Church of Sweden meeting...
Uppsala, Sweden
Delegates vote in favour of allowing same sex marriages in churches at the annual Church of Sweden meeting...
Delegates vote in favour of allowing same sex marriages in churches at the annual Church of Sweden meeting in Uppsala October 22, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN RELIGION SOCIETY)
SWEDEN/
RTXPW1D
October 22, 2009
Gunnar Sibbmark (L), chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden and Esbjorn Hagberg, the...
Uppsala, Sweden
Sibbmark, chairman and bishop of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden and Hagberg, the bishop of...
Gunnar Sibbmark (L), chairman of the Synod of the Lutheran Church of Sweden and Esbjorn Hagberg, the bishop of Karlstad parish, meet with reporters at a news conference in Uppsala October 22, 2009, following a vote in favour of allowing church weddings for homosexuals. REUTERS/Bob Strong (RELIGION SOCIETY)
PEOPLE SWEDEN FADIME
RTR14RD
February 04, 2002
Undated passport photo of slain Kurdish woman Fadime Sahindal, for whom
a memorial service was held...
Uppsala, Sweden
PASSPORT PHOTO OF SLAIN KURDISH IMMIGRANT FADIME SAHINDAL.
Undated passport photo of slain Kurdish woman Fadime Sahindal, for whom
a memorial service was held February 4, 2002 in the family's Swedish
home town of Uppsala. Thousands of Swedes including Crown Princess
Victoria attended a memorial service on Monday for a Kurdish woman
killed by her father in a case that called into question Sweden's
ability to integrate immigrants. Fadime Sahindal, 26, was shot dead two
weeks ago for dating a boyfriend she had chosen instead of one chosen
by her family. (SWEDEN, DENMARK, NORWAY OUT) REUTERS/SCANPIX

PLI/CLH/
PEOPLE SWEDEN FADIME
RTR14R6
February 04, 2002
Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria sits in front of the flower covered
coffin of slain Kurdish woman Fadime...
Uppsala, Sweden
SWEDISH PRINCESS ATTENDS MEMORIAL OF SLAIN KURDISH IMMIGRANT FADIME
SAHINDAL.
Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria sits in front of the flower covered
coffin of slain Kurdish woman Fadime Sahindal, during a memorial
service February 4, 2002 in the Swedish town of Uppsala. Thousands of
Swedes including Crown Princess Victoria attended a memorial service on
Monday for a Kurdish woman killed by her father in a case that called
into question Sweden's ability to integrate immigrants. Fadime
Sahindal, 26, was shot dead two weeks ago for dating a boyfriend she
had chosen instead of one chosen by her family. (SWEDEN, DENMARK,
NORWAY OUT) REUTERS/Bjorn Larsson Ask/SCANPIX

PLI/CLH/
PEOPLE SWEDEN FADIME
RTR14QH
February 04, 2002
The sister of slain Kurdish woman Fadime Sahindal carries her
photograph as female family members and...
Uppsala, Sweden
FAMILY OF SLAIN KURDISH IMMIGRANT FADIME SAHINDAL CARRIES COFFIN IN
SWEDEN.
The sister of slain Kurdish woman Fadime Sahindal carries her
photograph as female family members and friends carry her coffin at
rear, during a memorial service February 4, 2002 in the family's
Swedish home town of Uppsala. Thousands of Swedes including Crown
Princess Victoria attended a memorial service on Monday for a Kurdish
woman killed by her father in a case that called into question Sweden's
ability to integrate immigrants. Fadime Sahindal, 26, was shot dead two
weeks ago for dating a boyfriend she had chosen instead of one chosen
by her family. (SWEDEN, DENMARK, NORWAY OUT) REUTERS/Bjorn Larsson
Ask/SCANPIX

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