A 37-year-old man was shot to death in a car in a Stockholm suburb on Thursday. The murder victim's two young children were in the backseat at the time.
- No arrests.
- Hide from authorities.
Hundreds of Moroccan children, some as young as nine, are living on the streets of Stockholm, reports Swedish Televisions investigative program Uppdrag Granskning.
- Accused deny the charges.
Prosecutors indicted both the former CEO and general counsel of Saab Automobile on Wednesday on charges of falsifying documents and forgery, Swedish Radio News reports.
- More than 1,800 have left.
Members of the Swedish branch of Amnesty International are leaving the organization in protest after the group's international council voted to decriminalize prostitution, including buying sex and running brothels.
- Fighting gang-related crime.
The conservative Moderate Party wants to recruit one thousand new police officers to combat gang-related crime, reports the newsagency TT.
- Police speaking to witnesses.
A man in his forties has died after being wounded during a shooting in the northern Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby on Sunday and another three people were also wounded, police say.
- Men arrested in March.
Stockholm police have questioned around 10 people who are thought to have bought fake IDs from two men suspected of having manufactured hundreds of drivers’ licenses, passports and other identity documents.
- Emphasis on prevention work.
Interior Minister Anders Ygeman unveiled Sweden's new strategy against terrorism on Friday. It includes allowing specialist police from abroad to work in Sweden, and in the event of a terrorism attack on home soil, the Swedish public would be alerted via SMS.
- Names and ID numbers.
Police in Malmö have been reported to the Justice Ombudsman, (JO), after personal data on criminal suspects was published on a police Facebook page and left for four days.
- Beaten with golf club.
Police have detained three people in connection with last weekend's assault on the serial rapist known as "Hagamannen", which put him in hospital.
- Sweden's use of ADHD medication is the third highest in the world.
Police seizures of ADHD medication has more than doubled in the past five years, while more and more of the medication is prescribed by doctors.
- Prosecutor says he has strong evidence.
The 35-year-old man accused of murdering teenager Lisa Holm in Kinnekulle in June will remain in custody for another four weeks.