Swedish officials will have a first meeting with their Ecuadorian counterparts in Stockholm in an attempt to come up with a way for Swedish prosecutors to question WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, news agency AFP reports.
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- On Monday.
- New strategy.
The Red-green government has decided to go against the previous government's plans to cut all development aid to Bolivia and will set aside SEK 500 million each year for Colombia, Guatemala and Bolivia to share, Swedish Radio News reports.
- Emphasis on prevention work.
Interior Minister Anders Ygeman unveiled Sweden's new strategy against terrorism on Friday. It includes allowing specialist police from abroad to work in Sweden, and in the event of a terrorism attack on home soil, the Swedish public would be alerted via SMS.
- Last mission for Poseidon.
The Swedish coastguard ship Poseidon docked at the Sicilian port of Palermo, on Thursday evening, carrying more than 570 migrants and the bodies of 52 people.
- Downed power line.
Train traffic on the West Coast mainline is experiencing severe disruptions on Friday due to a fallen overhead power line. Train routes, including Stockholm to Oslo, Copenhagen and Gothenburg are affected.
- New ad campaign by all-trans team.
During Stockholm Fashion Week, one of the latest catwalk trends has been transgender models.
- Names and ID numbers.
Police in Malmö have been reported to the Justice Ombudsman, (JO), after personal data on criminal suspects was published on a police Facebook page and left for four days.
Running for 30 hours through some of the world's most famous mountains is just another race for long-distance skyrunner Emelie Forsberg.
- Featured on a string of hits.
The piano that was used on many of ABBA's greatest hits such as 'Dancing Queen' is expected to fetch SEK 10 million when it goes on sale at auction in London next month, reports news agency AFP.
- Zlatan returns to Malmö.
He got his wish. A chance to return to play in Malmö, where it all began, for perhaps one final time. After Thursday night's Champions League draw in Monaco, Zlatan Ibrahimovic said that playing in Europe's greatest club competition in his hometown would be one of the highlights of his illustrious career.
- Asian shore crab "particularly worrying".
Marine biologists from the University of Gothenburg have created an app which lets anyone with a smartphone send in pictures if they think that they've discovered an exotic species.