- Artist Lars Vilks.
A 20-year-old American was sentenced to five years in prison by a court in Philadelphia on Thursday for being part of a terror plot to kill Swedish artist Lars Vilks.
- (2:29 min)16 april kl 15:49
"It's insane policy."
The April Offensive is being waged on Stockholm`s streets. But it`s not the kind of street offensive that`s results in bottle throwing and rioting. This is a campaign against the city`s zero tolerance of graffiti and street art. During the month of April, Stockholmers are being encouraged to paint as much as they can.On the wall.
The signature tag of one of Stockholm's most famous graffiti artists belongs to Hop Louie, and fans of his work would have seen his tags and street art all over Stockholm and in many cities all around the world.
- Invited by the government.
The Equality Ombudsman is taking up the case of a Roma woman who was refused breakfast while staying at the Sheraton hotel.
- 16 april kl 15:29
Police in Jönköping have been accused of breaking the law after giving the neo-Nazi Party of the Swedes permission to march on May Day and telling locals to stay away. One person has reported the police to the Parliamentary Ombudsman. Several right-wing extremist groups are stepping up activities, leafleting and marching in cities around Sweden. In the run-up to the election we are likely to see more of this. Radio Sweden`s Dave Russell speaks to Henrik Arnstad, who has studied the history of fascism and is a journalist and debater.May Day.
Police in Jönköping have been accused of breaking the law after giving neo-Nazis permit to march on May Day and telling locals to stay away.