Thousands of anti-fascist protestors gathered in central Stockholm today as the small neo-Nazi "Party of the Swedes" held a demonstration in Gustav Adolf Square close to the Royal Palace in the heart of the city.
- Similar demo in Malmö last week.
- Iconic tv-show.
One of Sweden's most famous children's TV stars and actors has died.
- More sanctions on way?
European Union leaders are gathering in Brussels today to discuss the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and to select a new head of the European Council and Foreign Policy Chief.
- Slowly releasing election promises.
With just two weeks left to the general election both the governing Alliance coalition and the opposition Social Democrats are still to publish their election manifestos.
- "Very unusual".
Election promises by politicians to raise teachers' salaries could cause problems for the "Swedish model", according to experts Swedish Radio News have spoken to.
- Like the Cold War.
The Swedish Armed Forces have raised the level of readiness at Headquarters and placed two Gripen fighter jets on the island of Gotland.
- Floor hockey sticks.
A pre-school in Stockholm found an unexpected treasure trove in their sewage drain this Friday: 161 colourful plastic spades.
- Government has decided to buy.
The leading opposition party, the Social Democrats, are in favour of buying the Gripen jets, but their probable partners in government are against.