Thousands of Swedish workers are rallying behind 120 Tesla mechanics. The workers are boycotting Teslas until the company signs a contract. Even postal workers may stop delivering mail.
Police in Belgium on Tuesday shot dead a suspected Tunisian extremist accused of killing two Swedish soccer fans in a brazen shooting on a Brussels street before disappearing into the night.
It was the earliest tournament exit for the two-time defending champions. The U.S. has not looked as sharp or dominant at the Women's World Cup as questions about tactics and lineups have swirled.
Protesters set fire to a copy of the Quran outside the Iraqi Embassy in Denmark's capital of Copenhagen, the latest such incident to draw condemnation from Muslim-majority countries.
Iraq expelled Sweden's ambassador and recalled its diplomat from Sweden, hours after protesters attacked the Swedish Embassy in Baghdad, setting fire to part of the building.
Sweden says it found the largest deposit in Europe of rare earths — ingredients in a host of technologies from e-vehicles to wind turbines. Mining and processing them is another story.
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All beauty salons in Kabul must close by the end of July. These businesses are one of the few places where women can work and congregate under the Taliban regime.
NATO's expansion is the exact opposite of what Russia wanted, says Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. He spoke to NPR about its NATO's newest members, and when Ukraine might join them.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Turkey's leader has agreed to have Turkish parliament vote on Sweden's bid to join the defense alliance.
The war in Ukraine will be top of mind when leaders from North America and Europe meet in Lithuania. So will the makeup of the alliance itself, as Ukraine continues pushing for membership.
President Biden is in Europe this week. He first talked climate change with King Charles. Then he's meeting NATO leaders in Vilnius, Lithuania to talk about the war in Ukraine.
Northvolt's CEO says the key driver behind the startup is to make Europe self-efficient and less reliant on China for supplies.