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News from within the borders of Sweden and the fight for LGBT equality there. Sweden is often recognized as the world's most friendly country to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. It was the first to remove same-sex attraction from its list of illnesses and legalized marriage equality in 2009. Sweden is the third largest country in the European Union and also boasts one of the highest per capita incomes. It's capital, Stockholm, is the country's largest city and also a popular LGBT tourist destination.

Bisexual Geneticist Wins Nobel Prize for Studies of Ancient Human DNA

Svante Paabo's research has helped scientists understand the differences between modern human DNA and those of human species that came before.

Church of Sweden Displays Queer-Affirming 'Paradise' Artwork

The work is provoking discussion already. 

Study: Gay Suicides Plummet in Sweden, Denmark After Marriage Equality

New research suggests that less stigma saves lives.

82 Photos of the EuroPride in Stockholm That Broke All Records

In the parade alone, there were almost 60,000 participants. Here are some photos of some of them.

This Year's EuroPride Is a Swedish Midsummer Night’s Dream

The summer days are long and the nights short in Sweden, but you won't miss a thing at these hotspots near EuroPride.

Assange Offers to Surrender If Chelsea Manning Is Granted Clemency

Assange has been in self-imposed exile at an embassy in London for more than four years, to avoid extradition to Sweden on sexual assault charges. He could face espionage charges in the U.S.

WATCH: This Hidden Camera Catches Job Discrimination

Two men -- one straight and one gay -- secretly recorded video of their job interviews at an unnamed company with the same person.

WATCH: Swedes Sing Russian Anthem For LGBT Support

2,000 people gathered in Stockholm's Olympic Stadium to show their support of LGBT people in Russia by singing the Russian National Anthem surrounded by rainbow flags.

Obama Stands With LGBT Russians at Press Conference

At a press conference in Sweden, President Obama affirms solidarity with Russian LGBT people.