The Swedish Armed Forces says in a study presented on Friday, they need far more capacity to be flexible enough to meet a range of possible threats to Sweden.
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- By 2035.
A group representing work permit holders in Sweden is cautiously optimistic about a draft law aimed to stop the Migration Agency from denying permit extension because of minor errors.
- 11 medals so far.
Sweden took its sixth gold medal in the Winter Olympics on Friday when Peppe Femling, Jesper Nelin, Sebastian Samuelsson and Fredrik Lindström beat Norway to the men's biathlon 4 x 7.5km relay title.
- What Sweden wants.
The National Trade Board warned Thursday, that after Brexit, it's going to be hard to replace the current simplicity, when it comes to trade between Great Britain and Sweden, with something that even comes close.
Östersunds FK's European adventure is over after losing their two-legged Europa League knockout tie 4-2 on aggregate to Arsenal. But the Swedish minnows shocked the English side with a famous 2-1 victory at the Emirates.
The Liberals announced on Thursday that their focus, going into the general elections this fall, will be on schools and integration, which they believe are decisive issues for Sweden's future.
Sweden has won a tenth medal at the Olympic games in Pyeongchang with a silver in the women's 4x6km biathlon relay.
While more and more people move to Sweden's bigger towns and cities, 63 municipalities in the countryside have seen a decline in the number of inhabitants. The biggest drop is in Torsby in Värmland.
- Low profile.
After Björn Frantzén's Stockholm eatery, Frantzén, became Sweden's first-ever restaurant to receive three Michelin stars this week, we discovered some of the secrets behind the anonymous 'star' inspectors.
- 1 av 2First men's slalom gold in 38 years.
André Myhrer,35, became Sweden's second Olympic slalom champion in Pyeongchang, Thursday, when he won gold ahead of Switzerland's Ramon Zenhäusern.
- Questioned in court.
The man who drove a stolen truck down a pedestrian street last April told a court he has no regrets about what he did and that it was up to God to judge him.
On Wednesday morning, the Swedish team of Charlotte Kalla and Stina Nilsson won silver, with the US taking gold and Norway bronze in a thrilling finish in the women's team sprint.
Radio Sweden spoke to the head of Swedish Radio's foreign news desk about how the meeting could impact Löfven's popularity.
- Terrorism trial.
The failed Uzbek asylum seeker who killed five and seriously injured 10 in a Stockholm truck attack last year told a court he believed he failed.
- Preparing for the future.
The Prison and Probation Service wants to expand its prisons, in order to prevent security issues and other problems that could arise in the future.