The Swedish king has not apologised to Saudi Arabia, says newspaper Svenska Dagbladet, which has seen the royal letter.
- Did not mention the diplomatic crisis.
- A violation of privacy or a necessity to fight crime?
The law forcing telecom and broadband operators to save customers' traffic data for six months is 'good' and should remain, says a government investigator.
- Apology or not?
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Sweden will return to Stockholm, it was confirmed over the weekend.
- Saudi Arabia affair "will hamper" Sweden's chances.
While Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is in New York, reportedly campaigning for Sweden to receive a seat on the UN Security Council, back home former foreign minister Carl Bildt has been commissioned to help the campaign.
- Witnesses too scared to testify.
Gangland warfare in Gothenburg has led to the murders of 14 men since 2011. But not a single person has been convicted, writes newspaper Göteborgs-Posten.
- Complaints against Fredrik Skavlan.
Chatshow host Fredrik Skavlan's weekend interview with Sweden Democrat party leader Jimmie Åkesson has attracted viewers' complaints of "bullying", as well as being called "distasteful" and "reprehensible".
- Nobel Prize laureate.
Newspapers, radio programmes, and other media outlets in this country were filled with eulogies about Swedish Poet Tomas Tranströmer over the weekend. Tranströmer died last week, aged 83.
- Site as yet unknown.
Volvo Cars said on Monday that it is to build its first ever manufacturing plant in the US, in an investment worth $500 million.
- Becoming more popular.
Urban gardening is becoming a hot topic in Sweden as more people in cities want to try growing. Over the weekend Stockholm hosted the Nordic Garden Trade Fair where one theme was gardening in cities.