Organized crime is on the rise in Sweden - and neither the municipalities nor the police are prepared for the changing situation, says Magnus Lindgren, co-founder of the foundation Safer Sweden.
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Scandinavian airlines SAS will resume flights to Israel Thursday after suspending its services to Tel Aviv due to the Gaza conflict.
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The Swedish Intelligence Service Säpo says they do not think Sweden is at risk, despite fears by Norwegian authorities that its country could soon face a terror attack.
Read more Sweden unaffected by Norway terror warning
Sweden said it will redirected its aid given to the African nation of Uganda after the country signed into law an anti-gay bill in February.
Read more Government redirects Uganda aid to charities
Young people in Stockholm are showing an unexpected interest in cultural activities and that includes classical culture events such as opera, classical music and theater, according to a recent poll.
Read more Swedish youth show surprising interest in culture