The opposition conservative Moderate Party wants to make it possible to confiscate the passports of Swedish citizens suspected of planning to travel abroad to make part in terrorist activities.
- Move to block terror travel abroad.
- Suspicious substance found during Malmö search.
Customs in Malmö are investigating a possibly poisonous substance, which sources tell Swedish Radio News may be cyanide.
- Exception because he is in wheelchair.
One of the two men remanded into custody by a Gothenburg court, on suspicion of terrorism and murder in Syria in 2013, was released Thursday, reports Swedish Radio News.
- LGBTQ individuals are often hesitant to report hate crímes.
The government is investing more resources in fighting hate crimes in Sweden. Since 2009 the total number of reported hate crimes has decreased, but the Justice Committee told Radio Sweden that this does not necessarily mean that the number of crimes has decreased.
- Welcomed by film director.
One of Sweden's largest free film streaming sites will be shut down, after a police raid on the home of one of the administrators.
- "Might end up not trusting each other."
Last year 65,000 fraud cases were reported and during the first half of this year, there has been a nine percent increase of cases compared to the same period last year, according to police.
- Justice Minister calls for tougher parole rules.
The serial rapist known as "Hagamannen" was released from prison Tuesday, and Radio Sweden hears that feelings in the town he terrorised are running high.
- Says he will never return to Sweden.
Police pulled over rapper Snoop Dogg after his concert in Uppsala Saturday night. They took him to the station and made him take a drug test, which was negative.
- Culminates in parade through Stockholm Saturday.
Monday marks the beginning of Pride week in Stockholm, with everything culminating in the big parade through the city on Saturday.
- Malmö hand grenades and explosions.
A hand grenade exploded in the Malmö neighborhood of Värnhem early Sunday morning, and according to the police, the blast, which damaged around 10 automobiles and shattered some some home windows, is different from previous explosions which have plagued Sweden's third city recently.
- A number of hand grenades have been found lately.
A hand grenade exploded in the Malmö neighborhood of Värnhem early Sunday morning, and the blast, which damaged around 10 automobiles and shattered some some home windows, is different from previous explosions, according to the police.
A 7-year-old girl was found dead on Saturday night in an apartment in Upplands-Bro, north of Stockholm, and police have arrested a man, 35, on suspicion of murder, reports Swedish Radio P4 Stockholm.
- Malmö crime spree.
Despite several grenade explosions in the Southern Swedish city of Malmö, the municipal leadership isn’t taking specific steps to deal with the situation, but the chairman of the municipal board, Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh (S), wants to see gun law reform, reports Swedish Radio News.
- Third man still sought.
Two men suspected of terrorist offenses and murder in Syria have been remanded into custody Friday afternoon. A third suspect is still at-large and has a warrant out for his arrest.