The Swedish Intelligence and Security Service (Säpo) have promised to alert the proper authorities if a child is taken with their parent to join the terrorist group the Islamic State.
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- Unknown number of cases.
- "Real risk" of being targeted.
The European Court of Human Rights has decided that Sweden is wrong to deport an Iraqi family that fears attacks from Al-Qaeda.
- Biggest party in centre-right Alliance.
The biggest opposition party wants to cut benefits for the unemployed, and limit their right to childcare benefits, in order to get more people into the labour market.
- Foreign Correspondent's Week.
For the past 10 years, Swedish Radio has gathered its team of foreign correspondents in Stockholm for a week to sit down with their peers, socialize with listeners and, yes, even squeeze in a work meeting or two. Lotten Collin is one of those correspondents.
- Small effect after three months.
Scientists have found, for the first time, that the contraceptive pill can reduce sex drive, sexual satisfaction and arousal.
- More common than at festivals.
After a year of widespread reporting of sexual assaults at festivals, the Swedish National Agency for Education wants to increase action against it in schools, which is the physical place where most sexual assaults and harassment take place.
- Through the window.
A boy was killed by an explosion while sleeping in the living room of a Gothenburg house, and police say they have established this was caused by a grenade that was thrown in through the window.
- Sweden criticised internationally.
A government investigation proposes ending the solitary imprisonment of children, and limiting the time they can be held in pre-trial detention.
- "If you want to find something you can."
From clay animation children's movies to a raw documentaries about battling depression, this autumn's line-up of 23 Swedish films runs the gamut of emotions and genres on the silver screen.
- Return from Rio.
Sweden's olympic medallists were welcomed home and honoured on stage in Stockholm's Kungsträdgården park on Sunday.
After a positive start to the final in Rio the Swedish women’s national football team lost 2-1 to Germany.
- Sports equality.
Many will be following the progress of the Swedish women's football team in the Olympic final against Germany on Friday night. Swedish Radio's expert commentator explains why women's football is more popular in Sweden than in many other countries.
- Attractive social element.
One of the most traditional and eccentric of sporting pastimes, cricket, with its silly mid-offs, googlies and no balls, has taken off in Sweden in a big way.
- Greens say no.
Sweden's government is considering a ban on begging, Swedish Radio reports, a restriction that is already in place in neighboring Denmark and in parts of Norway.