Hundreds of guns have been bought abroad and converted to lethal weapons for use in Sweden, because of a loophole in the law, reports Swedish Radio.
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- Hand guns and assault rifles.
- Were captured illegally in international waters.
The six Swedes sitting in an Israeli prison, after Ship to Gaza's boat was commandeered by Israeli military, are going to be released and sent back to Sweden this weekend.
- Carrying medical supplies.
The Israeli military boarded a Swedish-Norwegian vessel on its way to Gaza Sunday night.
- Had been granted protection from Turkey.
A Swedish woman has been arrested in Georgia and may be sent to Turkey, where she is wanted for being part of the Kurdish armed political group the PKK.
- Off the coast of Malta.
The Swedish ship Poseidon rescued some 213 migrants in the Mediterranean on Friday after they called for assistance off the coast of Malta.
- Government commissioned report.
Critics say that a report handed to the government today recommending that people who go abroad to participate in terrorist groups or terrorist training face prison sentences of up to two years, has arrived too late.
- Critical of Säpo and Mona Sahlin.
There is a network of Swedish muslims who are taking the fight against IS recruiting in Sweden into their own hands.
- To be used against suicide bombers in armoured cars.
The US is to send 2,000 of Swedish Saab's tank-busting AT-4 rocket grenade launchers to arm Iraqi troops against Islamic State, according to US sources.
- Legal issues still to be solved.
The Swedish parliament has voted in favour of sending Swedish military to northern Iraq in order to train Iraqis to fight against the IS.
- "Practice" in violation of company policy
The Swedish-Danish dairy cooperative Arla has confiscated the passports of 600 employees in Saudi Arabia, in violation of its own policy, Swedish Television’s Uppdrag granskning program reports.
- "Allure of status."
A 15-year-old girl embarked on a trip to Syria earlier this spring, intending to join terrorist organisation IS, but she was apprehended in Turkey and is now back in her hometown of Örebro in central Sweden.
- "Double the risk".
Swedes born in Iraq are twice as likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from Lund University. The study aims to explore the significance of migration and ethnicity for diabetes development in Malmö.
- "They have this stigma, shame and guilt".
Women who lived with men who travelled to Syria or Iraq to fight with the terrorist organization IS have started to appear at women's shelters in Sweden, seeking help and support.