A fake profile pretending to be a 14-year-old girl got more than 150 messages from older men in only three months. A majority of the messages contained sexual advances and harassment, reports Swedish Television News.
- Mostly sexual advances.
- Shot in 2012.
The trial began Monday for the 37-year-old man suspected of having shot an Uzbek imam in the head in the Swedish city of Strömsund three years ago.
- Arrested this summer.
Two Swedes have been charged with terrorism offences linked to the murders of two people in Syria in 2013.
- No longer under suspicion.
The 22-year-old terror suspect Moder Mothanna Magid was released on Sunday morning as he is no longer under suspicion, according to deputy chief prosecutor Hans Ihrman.
- Swedish Estate Agents Inspectorate.
More real estate agents are being reported for setting the asking price on homes and apartments too low, according to figures from the Swedish Estate Agents Inspectorate. This practice can encourage heated bidding wars.
- Will appeal verdict, lawyer says.
Skaraborg District Court found a 35-year-old man guilty of murdering Swedish teenager Lisa Holm and sentenced him to life in prison Tuesday morning.
- Forged by IS.
Sweden's Migration Agency is considering giving less weight to Syrian passports as a valid proof of identity, as the Islamic State terrorist group is manufacturing and selling them on the black market.
- Requests from the Migration Agency.
The Swedish Security Service (Säpo) has received so far this year more than three times as many investigation requests from the Migration Agency than in 2014. The probes are in many cases launched to determine if asylum seekers have participated in terror activities or could be a threat for Sweden.
- Outside of Gothenburg.
A planned refugee shelter burned to the ground in Floda, east of Gothenburg, Saturday morning, Swedish Radio's local channel in Gothenburg reports.
- No known injuries.
A sword-wielding man dressed in black spread fear around the western Swedish town of Karlskoga after walking into a local grocery store Friday morning.
- Down for almost nine hours.
Swedbank's homepage was targeted by hackers Friday morning, but it was up and running again in the evening.
- A look at a spate of fires that have hit refugee centers to find why they're happening, who's behind them and what people are doing to stop them.
- Governmental report.
A governmental report recommending the criminalization of trips to join violent extremist groups abroad has been criticized by several bodies reviewing it, as they consider this measure could end up criminalizing ordinary activities, such as traveling or giving presents.