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Sweden's biggest and most respected daily, owned by the Swedish Bonnier group. The paper sees itself as a source of information and clarification and calls itself "Sweden's biggest social and democratic market place". Above all the debate articles by external authors and politicians regularly prompt public discussion. In the 1990s Dagens Nyheter entered a crisis marked by a dropping circulation and advertising revenues as a result of competition from the free paper Metro and Svenska Dagbladet . The crisis prompted it to dismiss hundreds of journalists.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 319,000 (2009)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Sunday

Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Publisher: Bonnier-Konzern
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1864

Gjörwellsgatan 30
S-105 15 Stockholm
Phone: +46-8-738 10 00
E-Mail: peter.wolodarski@dn.se
Internet: http://www.dn.se

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287 articles from this medium have been cited in the European press review by euro|topics.

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1.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 11/12/2014

Malala's uniform stands for children's rights

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded on Wednesday in Oslo to the Indian child rights campaigner Kaylash Satyarthi and the 17-year-old Pakistani Malala Yousafzai for ... » more

2.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 24/11/2014

Doubts about Obama's negotiating skills

The nuclear talks with Iran must produce results, the liberal daily Dagens Nyheter demands: "An agreement would support the reformists in Iran. But in the ... » more

3.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 18/11/2014

New president a major chance for the country

As new president, Klaus Iohannis raises hopes that Romania can free itself from a national political tragedy, the liberal daily Dagens Nyheter believes: "Until now ... » more

4.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 02/11/2014

Sweden's Riksbank out of touch with reality

Sweden's central bank, the Riksbank, lowered its base interest rate to 0.0 percent on Thursday. The liberal daily Dagens Nyheter says this step comes far ... » more

5.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 24/09/2014

Renewable energy offers hope

As bad news for the climate comes raining down, the liberal daily Dagens Nyheter manages to detect a ray of hope: "Year for year the ... » more

6.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 22/09/2014

Complicated power sharing in Afghanistan

After months of wrangling over who becomes president following Afghanistan's presidential election, the two candidates Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah signed an agreement on Sunday ... » more

7.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 19/09/2014

Sweden Democrats also entitled to posts

Following fierce debate and because of their strong performance in the parliamentary elections, the right-wing populist Sweden Democrats were granted one of the vice-president posts ... » more

8.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 04/09/2014

All is lost in fight against IS

A report on ethnic cleansing by the IS terrorist militia in northern Iraq put out on Tuesday by Amnesty International has shocked the liberal daily ... » more

9.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 27/08/2014

Swedish PM must stand by refugees

In the run-up to the parliamentary elections on September 14, Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has announced that he would continue with his conservative coalition's ... » more

10.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 15/08/2014

Sweden's schools must not be election issue

After Sweden's poor showing in the most recent Pisa study the parties are hoping to make political hay with the topic in their campaigns for ... » more

 

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