Swedish politicians reacted this afternoon to events in the Stockholm suburb of Husby, the scene of violent riots on Sunday. Minister of Integration Erik Ullenhag of the Liberal Party (Folkpartiet) told TT that "We have to create a positive belief in the future in the affected areas."
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Police suspect three former Saab Automobile executives of tax evasion, reports Swedish Radio Väst. News agency TT reports that all three have been arrested after they were taken in for questioning, two in Gothenburg in western Sweden and one in Lund, southern Sweden.
They are suspected of probable cause, the prosecutor told Swedish Radio. He declined to provide any further details of the allegations, but said that if found guilty the former executives could face between six months and four years in prison.
Read more Three ex-Saab bosses suspected of tax evasion
A military officer in Skövde, western Sweden received a warning from the Swedish Armed Forces' staff disciplinary board after making repeated Hitler salutes to his colleagues at a teambuilding event, reports Swedish Radio.
Read more Army officer disciplined over Hitler salute
Cars were burnt and stones thrown at the police, in the Stockholm suburb of Husby on Sunday night. But some witnesses say that the police were unnecessarily violent against unarmed youths. And local organisation Megafonen says that the riots were a protest against the police shooting of a 69-year-old man last week.
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Last December saw a small riot outside a Gothenburg high school, as teens searched for the person who had posted hundreds of abusive pictures on the social media service Instagram. On Tuesday, two teenage girls are to appear in court over the incident, and face paying damages of up to SEK 700,000 if found guilty.
Swedish daily Göteborg's Posten says that one of the girls, aged 15, has admitted posting the pictures, after calling for people to send her pictures of "the worst sluts in Gothenburg". Another girl, aged 16, denies the charges.
Neither girl has any connection to the high school.
A major Swedish supermarket chain has been forced to back down, after a customer accused it of using lazy stereotypes in its advertising.
ICA has over 2,200 shops in Sweden, Norway and the Baltic. But it was a lone customer in their store in Borås, central Sweden, that got the giant to back down.
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A Swedish researcher says that violent video games can make children desensitised and eventually lead to people taking violence less seriously.
Malena Ivarsson at Stockholm University compared the physical reaction to playing different kinds of computer games.
Read more Children "desensitised" by violent games: report
New banknotes featuring stars such as Greta Garbo and Astrid Lindgren are due to enter circulation in around two years' time, but Sweden's central bank wants traders to handle phasing out old notes, something that retailers say will be enormously costly for them.
Read more Retailers upset over banknote change
Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson has accused three of its former executives of stealing more than SEK 200 million Swedish from the group, reports Swedish business daily Dagens Industri (DI).
According to DI, the money was taken from bank accounts in Switzerland that Ericsson used to make secret payments to its agents worldwide. Ericsson is suing one of the former executives for some SEK 250 million over embezzlement, charges which he denies.
Read more Former Ericsson execs on embezzlement charges
Swedish police deport children directly from some mental health clinics, although others will not allow the police to enter, reports Swedish Radio News.
Ahmed, aged 15, from Afghanistan, says he was confined in a clinic in Jönköping for three weeks, mostly sedated.
"I woke and there were four police by my bed, two either side of me, and they picked me up and took me to an ambulance."
Ahmed was put on a plane to Italy, where he lives on the street.
Read more Children deported from psych clinics
Sweden are the ice hockey champions of the world, after beating Switzerland 5-1 on Sunday night. This is the ninth time Sweden have taken the title.
Swedish Radio Sport reports that the game was effectively decided five minutes into the third period, when Simon Hjalmarsson put the puck past the Swiss goalkeeper to make it 3-1.
"It felt like the match was over. I think we played an incredibly good defense," says Sweden's Daniel Sedin to Radio Sport. After that goal Sweden easily increased their lead to 5-1.
Read more Swedes celebrate ice hockey victory
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been named player of the season by his fellow players in France, reports news agency Reuters. The Paris St.Germain striker, originally from the southern Swedish city of Malmö, has also scored the most goals this season in France's Ligue 1. Zlatan's tally of 29 goals is the highest number anyone has scored in Ligue 1 since 1990.