Sweden will withhold SEK 50 million in aid to the Crimean peninsula after the area was annexed by Russia last month, the country's minister for international development cooperation said Thursday.
Read more Sweden nixes aid for projects in Crimea
One person was shot in the leg Thursday evening when Stockholm police opened fire on a fleeing car near the city center after the driver refused to stop.
Read more One wounded after police open fire on fleeing car
Jobs, schools and health care remained the top three issues for Swedish voters as the country enters its "super election year," with polls for the European and Swedish Parliaments in the coming months.
Read more Jobs, schools and health care top list of voter concerns
The opposition Social Democrats support the government's plan to outfit the latest JAS Gripen fighter jets with cruise missiles, according to the party's spokesperson on defense.
Read more Cruise missile plan splits opposition parties