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Sydsvenskan sees itself as an advocate of the region around Malmö in southern Sweden. It is one of the few Swedish newspapers to have published the notorious Muhammad cartoons. The paper belongs to the Bonnier group and until 1966 had close ties to the Conservative Party. Since 1966 it has described itself as "independently liberal".

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 123,000
Frequency of publication: Monday to Sunday

Location: Malmö, Sweden
Publisher: Bonnier
Area of distribution: Region Schonen, southern Sweden
Established: 1870

Krusegatan 19
S-205 05 Malmö
Phone: 0046-40-28 12 00

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1.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 13/02/2015

Even Sweden must defend press freedom

Threats and harassment are increasingly forcing Swedish journalists to exercise self-censorship, Jonas Nordling, Chairman of the Swedish Union of Journalists, reported to the country's parliament ... » more

2.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 03/02/2015

Sweden's prostitution law is paternalism

The Swedish Association for Sexuality Education has criticised the law that makes the purchase of sex a punishable offence, arguing that it criminalises prostitution and ... » more

3.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 02/12/2014

Lawless zones emerging in Sweden

A bomb exploded in front of a justice centre that houses the administrative court, the prosecutor's office and the police department in the Swedish city ... » more

4.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 25/09/2014

No help against IS from UN

The UN Security Council passed a resolution on Wednesday obliging countries to prevent terrorist fighters from travelling to the conflict areas. For the liberal daily ... » more

5.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 15/05/2014

Let Scania go, create new crown jewels

Volkswagen will take full control of its subsidiary, the Swedish truck manufacturer Scania after further Scania stockholders announced on Tuesday that they would sell their ... » more

6.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 28/04/2014

Moscow may lose control of situation

Moscow continues to stoke up nationalism in the Ukraine conflict, the daily Sydsvenskan observes, and fears that Putin may end up losing control of the ... » more

7.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 14/04/2014

Germany's botched energy transition

A transition to alternative energies will have practically no negative repercussions for economic growth, the Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ... » more

8.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 01/04/2014

Climate change hits the poorest

At the end of their meeting in Yokohama, the scientists of the World Climate Council presented a report on Monday in which they warn of ... » more

9.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 21/02/2014

Start using Oresund Bridge's potential

Fourteen years after it was first opened, the Oresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden has failed to have the expected positive impact on cross-border cooperation ... » more

10.  Sydsvenskan - Sweden | 23/12/2013

Leftist violence no solution against Nazis

16,000 people demonstrated on Sunday in Stockholm's Kärrtorp district against the growing presence of neo-Nazis in Sweden. The daily Sydsvenskan welcomes the campaign but warns ... » more


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