One person has died in an incident at the official residence of Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt in Stockholm, Sweden's state news agency reported Friday.
Police are describing the incident as "an accident," the news agency said. Investigations are continuing into the circumstances of the death.
Reinfeldt was not at the residence at the time, according to Swedish media reports
Well, this article tells absolutely nothing...what was the purpose of this?
"Somebody died in Sweden. The end."
Oh, people die in Sweden all the time. Happens every day.
What is important is the somebody, could of been a nobody, has left their body clutering up the domains of a somebody.
That somebody is connected to a small group of somebodys and unless the body had also belonged to that group of somebodys nobody must invade somebodys privacy or impinge upon somebody of importance privacy.
Maybe it's somebody that he used to know.
So the somebody will be just be a nobody.
Don't you want SOMEBODY to love
Don't you need SOMEBODY to love
Wouldn't you love SOMEBODY to love
You'd better find SOMEBODY to love
Hide Behind, you are funny today. Thank you i needed that!
Everybody loves SOMEBODY, some time.
Somebody saved me.
I wonder what sorts of accidents kill people in Sweden. Maybe he was putting together an IKEA coffee table.
And now, a massage from the Swedish Prime Minister.
slappety slappety slappety slappety slap
It's just some guy.
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