Police have confirmed that the body found in water alongside a power station in Falkenberg last Friday is that of the missing 12-year-old boy.
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- Large scale search.
- Alliance split.
The Moderate Party and Christian Democrats will try to form a government, although some of their allies will likely vote against them in the crucial vote.
- Committed in 2011.
The appeal against rape conviction starts on Monday for the man at the centre of the scandals which have split the Swedish Academy and resulted in the pausing of the Literature Nobel.
- Political games.
Parliament will vote on Wednesday to decide whether or not to approve Ulf Kristersson as Prime Minister.
AIK of Stockholm won their first Allsvenskan title in nine years with a 1-0 win away at Kalmar, Sunday, to finish two points clear of IFK Norrköping and set a new record for least goals conceded in a season.
- Chinese security service.
People from the minority group say they have been pressed to gather information about other Uighurs living in Sweden and about Uighur organisations.
- 1 av 2Top flight football.
The Swedish football season comes to a climax this weekend with AIK and IFK Norrköping both in with a chance of winning Allsvenskan gold.
The controversy surrounding the Social Democrats' youth wing SSU in Skåne in the south of Sweden continues to grow.
- For risk groups.
Influenza season is, hopefully, still a few weeks away but the vaccine that protects against the different strains of the virus is now available nationwide.
The Moderate Party today announced its intention to present a counter-proposal to the caretaker government's transitional budget for 2019, which is due to be presented next week.
Eating disorders are increasing among children in Sweden. The number of 10-14-year-olds who are in treatment for eating disorders has more than doubled in six years.
- Biggest cities
A new survey gives a unique insight into how so-called "honour culture" affects the lives of young people in Sweden.
- Bi-partisan agreement.
24 years of Social Democrat rule in Sweden's second biggest city could come to an end, after the centre-right Alliance has reached an agreement with the new left-wing bloc made up of the Left and the Green Party, plus the Feminist Inititiative.
- 1 av 2A bluish wave.
Spirits were pretty high as US Democrats gathered in a bar in the south of Stockholm to watch the mid-term results coming in.
- Served only one year.
The Swedish Academy has lost another member. Professor Jayne Svenungsson announced on Wednesday that after "carefull consideration," she has vacated her chair on the body that has been marred by sex-abuse and financial crimes scandals.