Oil giant Statoil has admitted that some of its personnel at gas stations have discrimated against Roma.
- Accusations from a 2012 news investigation.
- Darkness closing in.
Police in Luleå think the darkness may affect whether people feel like going for an evening jog or not, and are now offering a "safe run" once a week.
- "Insufficient checks".
The Schools Inspectorate criticises the local council in Högsby for its non-existent control of the pre-school where a trainee sexually abused children as young as two years old.
- Shoplifting common, staff say.
When two Roma women refused to leave an Ica supermarket in central Stockholm, the proprietor allegedly got angry, saying "Gypsies steal".
One person was taken to the hospital after being injured in a car explosion in Åkersberga on Friday, reports news agency TT.
After a police investigation, an object which was suspected to have been a bomb has been declared not dangerous, reports news agency TT. The scare led to stopped train traffic through Värnamo, in the southern county of Jönköping, after the object was found in a nearby building on an industrial estate. After a tip-off police searched the building and sealed off the area, but it has now been opened again.
- Stones thrown at trucks.
A delivery firm is refusing to bring medicines and food to the north-western Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby after a driver was attacked and brought to hospital.
- Reforms may be introduced.
The number of police students with a foreign background has fallen dramatically in Sweden, despite plans to make the force more diverse.
- Behind recent revelations.
A group of investigative journalists, known as "Researchgruppen", say they have obtained the secret log-in details for hundreds of thousands of accounts on the controversial "Flashback" website.
- Investigation will continue.
Swedish prosecutors say they have lifted the arrest warrant on a man already in prison, suspected now of the murder of another girl 17 years ago.
- Left municipal building before staff discovered explosives.
Police sealed off a municipal building in the central Swedish town of Kumla Tuesday afternoon after an elderly woman dropped off a bag containing a grenade and dynamite.
- 17 years without knowing what happened to daughter.
The parents of Jasmina Jasharaj, who vanished 17-years-ago, have reacted to the news that the police believe their six year old was killed by Anders Eklund, who is serving life for double murder.