Six Swedish men have been arrested on suspicion of raping a woman aboard a cruise ship, Finnish media report.
- Swedish and Finnish authorities to cooperate.
- Film about sex offenders in Florida.
The documentary Pervert Park has received a special jury award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
- President Abbas visits Sweden.
Foreign Minister Margot Wallström says she will use her leverage to urge Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to restart peace talks with Israel when he visits Sweden in February, Swedish Radio News reports.
- Wants to renegotiate military cooperation.
The deal of military cooperation Sweden has with Saudi Arabia is set to expire this May but Thursday in Parliament, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said that he wants to renegotiate the deal.
- Spied for Soviet.
One of the most notorious spies in Swedish history, Stig Bergling, has passed away, newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports.
- Correspondent murdered in March 2014.
Afghan authorities have arrested two men thought to be members of a group that has claimed responsibility for the 2014 murder of Swedish Radio correspondent Nils Horner in Kabul.
- Trying to cash in metals in waste.
Illegal exports of waste from Europe, including Sweden, is drastically rising. About half of it heading to West Africa.
- Local police also involved.
Asylum-seekers who have had connections to terrorist organizations are seen as a security risk are being surveilled by the Swedish Intelligence Service, Säpo, according to Swedish Radio News.
- 27 januari kl 11:50
Victims of Holocaust remembered in Sweden today
Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. It is estimated that around 1.3 million people were killed there by the Nazis during World War Two. The memorial day is being marked all around Sweden including several ceremonies here in Stockholm. One of them is being organised by the Living History Forum, a public authority commissioned to work with issues related to tolerance, democracy and human rights, using the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity as its starting point. Erika Aronowitsch from the organisation explains more.Projects to keep memory alive in schools.
Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland and it is being marked by ceremonies all over Sweden.
- "Just want attention".
The night before Tuesday's International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Swedish neo-Nazis targetted many news outlets.
- Islamophobia worrying, says UN.
Sweden needs to do more to protect human rights at home, according to the United Nation's Human Rights Council, meeting in Geneva.
- Were going shopping.
A man whose wife and two children died in a train accident in northern Sweden is to be allowed to come to Sweden to pay his last respects and collect their remains.
Reacting to the new left-wing government in Greece, Sweden's finance minister says she is mainly happy the neo-Nazi party did not get more votes.
- Graves looted over 100 years ago.
A macabre collection of almost 800 human skulls at the Karolinska Institute in Solna has been left gathering dust for decades.
- Violence in Ukraine.
Foreign Minister Margot Wallström condemns the increasing violence in eastern Ukraine, but sees no new tools for the EU to use, news agency TT reports.