SUPPORT FOR SWEDISH GOVERNMENT COALITION FALLS IN POLL

STOCKHOLM, May 18 (Reuters) - Support for Sweden's minority coalition government fell to 29.2 percent in May, down from 32.5 percent in April, a Sifo poll...

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