Parliament wants to toughen up the rules mandating the conditional release of prisoners who re-offend by committing a similar crime, according to news agency TT.
- Accusation of cartel involvement.
Brazil is commencing prosecution against the Swedish construction company Skanska, Swedish Radio News revealed Tuesday.
- During asylum visit.
A man has doused the Minister for Justice and Migration with a fire extinguisher.
- Endangered species.
A peregrine falcon found dead in February near Båstad in Skåne turned out to be poisoned. The police investigation has been closed, but a group of ornithologists have offered a reward of 55,000 kroner to anyone who comes with a crucial lead in the case, the news agency TT reports.
- Criminal possession of a weapon.
The three men arrested on the day after the fatal shooting at a restaurant in Gothenburg have been remanded in custody for suspected criminal possession of a weapon, the news agency TT reports.
- "Legal and care scandal".
Sture Bergwall, who has been acquitted from eight murder sentences, may be free to end his psychiatric treatment. The clinic he has been going to for the past year has applied to the court to allow his treatment to be terminated, Swedish Radio News reports.
- Gothenburg shooting.
A prosecutor has demanded that three men, who were arrested in Gothenburg on Thursday are remanded in custody on suspicion of serious gun crimes. Police are trying to tie them to the fatal shooting in Biskopsgården on Wednesday.
- Seized weapons to be analysed.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is in Gothenburg, near the site of Wednesday’s restaurant shooting, where two people were killed and many others injured as masked men opened fire.
- Gunmen opened fire in restaurant.
After Wednesday's fatal shooting in Gothenburg, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has decided to go to Sweden's second city, direct from the EU summit in Brussels. Meanwhile, police continue to hunt for suspects.
- Revelations by Swedish Radio News and Český rozhlas.
The Swedish National Economic Crimes Bureau is to look into accusations that construction company Skanska was involved in a bribery scheme in the Czech Republic several years ago.
- Authorities often aware of threat beforehand.
An investigation by newspaper Aftonbladet reveals that 237 women in Sweden have been murdered by their partners or ex-partners during the 2000s, and in some cases authorities were aware of the threat to the women but did not help them in time.