- 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.
- Arlanda arrest.
Police arrested a man, wanted by the German police, at Arlanda airport outside of Stockholm this morning, reports news agency TT.
- Arrested in February.
A 20-year-old Swedish man from the northern Stockholm area was indicted for planning a terrorist attack in Sweden, with authorities saying it's believed he was trying to build a bomb.
The trade-union treasurer who was fired following a scandal involving foreign affairs minister Margot Wallström has been suspected of bribery, Swedish media report.
- For 2013 slayings.
The Svea Court of Appeal upheld the conviction and life sentences for two men accused of helping to carry out two executions in Syria in 2013.
- But minister says he can't make any promises.
The Swedish Police want to hire hundreds of new employees around the country, National Police Chief Dan Eliasson tells Swedish Radio News. But he says the money is not in their budget…yet.
- Prosecutor suspects one culprit.
Media sites were hit again by a denial of service attack Thursday night, the third since Saturday.
- Army of virus-infected computers.
A cyber attack aimed at the websites of several Swedish media outlets was likely a digital denial of service attack brought upon by a so-called "botnet", according to CERT.IT, the online security section for the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.