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.
- Apology or not?
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Sweden will return to Stockholm, it was confirmed over the weekend.
- 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.
- TTIP: world’s largest trade agreement.
Negotiations over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will not be completed until 2017, EU Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström tells Swedish Radio.
- Presented list of prisoners of conscience.
Trade, the economy and the environment were on the agenda when Sweden’s prime minister Stefan Löfven met China’s president Xi Jinping on Saturday, but the two leaders also discussed human rights, Löfven said.
- "We did not insult the world religion Islam."
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Sweden will soon return to Stockholm, Minister for Foreign Affairs Margot Wallström confirmed Saturday, more than two weeks after the ambassador was recalled amid a diplomatic row over human rights.
- Reality show realtor.
Radio Sweden's special guest this week, went from selling advent calendars door to door as a little boy growing up in the Stockholm suburb of Akalla, to becoming a real estate mogul in New York, selling property to celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Sarah Jessica Parker.
- Denies she disrespected Islam.
The Social Democrat group in the EU Parliament takes Foreign Minister Margot Wallström's side in the diplomatic row with Saudi Arabia, Swedish Television reports.
- Based on Swedish Radio investigation.
The story two Swedish Radio journalists revealed in 2012, of Sweden's secret plans to build a weapons factory in Saudi Arabia, is slated to become a TV series, according to the newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
- Löfven to visit in late March.
The head of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in China, Irena Busic, says to Radio Sweden it is impossible to criticise China openly without causing major damage to trade relations.
- "Is China next?"
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is going to China later this week, and Swedish businesses have expressed concern that Sweden will criticise the country and set off a crisis similar to the one with Saudi Arabia, news agency TT reports.
- "Dare to call a spade a spade."
In the lead-up to a trip to China later this week, Swedish Social Democrat Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is dodging calling China a dictatorship.
- New film out 1 May.
Swedish film director Daniel Espinosa, most know for "Snabba Cash," is continuing his Hollywood success. The Wrap reported that he is in negotiations with Warner Brothers to direct the film "Morningstar."
- Centenary of Bergman's birth.
An iconic photograph of Swedish movie star Ingrid Bergman will grace posters advertising the 68th Cannes Film Festival, which takes place during the centenary of the legendary actress' birth.
- Accusation of cartel involvement.
Brazil is commencing prosecution against the Swedish construction company Skanska, Swedish Radio News revealed Tuesday.