This weekend students and others will gather across America to call for stricter gun regulations there and will receive support from a similar march in Sweden.
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- "March For Our Lives".
- Debate over access to maternity wards.
An upcoming exhibition at the Kiruna city hall, up above the Arctic Circle, is about women in the north of Sweden who've had to give birth in their cars, because the maternity ward is too far away.
- Willing to look over the divide to the Social Democrats and Greens.
Today the Center Party announced its plans for the upcoming election campaign, where they say their motto will be “forward”.
- More powerful machines.
A warning has been issued to snowmobilers in the Swedish mountains to be aware of the risk of triggering an avalanche after a man died in the Ljungdalen area of Jämtland.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has joined LA Galaxy in the MLS, the club confirmed Friday.
- Site of last spring's attack.
The city of Stockholm unveiled new road barriers on Thursday, meant to block future attacks of the sort that happened last year when a man drove a truck into the crowd on a pedestrian street in Stockholm.
- This year's survey.
Public confidence in the police has risen since last winter, according to a new MedieAkademin survey measuring public feeling for various authorities, institutions and companies.
- Transforming pollutants into useful chemicals.
This year’s winners of the Stockholm Water Prize are Professors Bruce Rittman of Arizona State University in the United States and Mark van Loosdrecht of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands for revolutionizing water and wastewater treatment.
- Swedish Cancer Society report.
A new report states that your education level affects your risk of dying of cancer here.
- 25 percent.
A rebate program is providing an extra boost to electric vehicles - the two-wheeled kind. Almost 12,500 have applied for it so far.
- Governing party.
With the slogan "The climate cannot wait", the Green Party hopes to attract voters worried about the various threats facing the environment.
- Inlöparna Värmdö.
In response to the unprecedented influx of asylum seekers in late 2015, a growing number of Swedes are lending their free time to help people settle into their new country through exercise. Radio Sweden went along to one such initiative in Värmdö.
- The change inside.
Gang-related crime has risen in Sweden's major cities according to the police, but what does it take to break free from a life of crime, and how much help for that is available?
- Four detained.
Some 20 women from Romania were allegedly recruited and brought to Sweden to work as prostitutes, police said on Tuesday.
- Unicef report.
Despite having a strong legal framework enshrining children's rights, Sweden and its Nordic neighbors are failing to properly care for young asylum seekers.