A study shows that people who require translators during legal proceedings are less likely to get fair treatment.
- Non-Swedish speakers at legal disadvantage.
- A Stockholm court convicts a man for participating in the Rwandan Genocide. The Greens declare a "new start." And an international robot conference visits the capital.
- Västra Götaland.
Police in southwest Sweden are investigating a second case of sabotage to a transmitter tower on Wednesday after it was discovered that someone had cut a cable used by the area's emergency services.
- Mast folded in two.
Security has been tightened around TV- and radio transmitters all over the country after a 300 metre high pylon folded outside Borås on Sunday night. The police are suspecting sabotage.
The criminal trial of eight young men, accused of involvement in a double murder at a Biskopsgården restaurant last year, begins Monday at the Gothenburg district court. According to news agency TT, the trial is among the court's biggest.
- Real-time monitoring.
The Swedish government will launch an inquiry today into whether the police should be allowed to use spyware for fighting terrorism.
- Denies wrongdoing.
A Swedish court has ordered a psychiatric evaluation for the 20-year-old man on trial for allegedly plotting a terrorist attack in Sweden, news agency TT reports.
- Final day of trial.
A 20-year-old suspected of plotting a terrorist attack in Sweden has told a district court he aspires to become a martyr.
- Growing number of cases.
An increasing number of people are being charged with human smuggling in Sweden. Some cases involve people not in it to profit, and now prosecutors are asking for guidelines on how to deal with so-called "humanitarian smuggling."
- Confirmed by Belgian prosecutor.
The 23-year-old alleged to have accompanied the suicide bomber in the Maelbeek subway station is now also suspected of involvement in the attacks in Paris last November according to a Belgian prosecutor.
- Up to 60 people involved.
A fight broke out at a refugee housing center in the north of Sweden Friday morning. Up to 60 people were involved, but when the police arrived the situation had calmed down.