Denmark reintroduced border controls with Sweden on Tuesday.
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Wednesday marks 25 years since Sweden's referendum to become a member of the European Union, when just over 52 percent voted yes to joining.
Unemployment is going up faster now, and for the first time in over a year, the long-term unemployment is also increasing.
- Malmö shootings.
As a mother she says she feels 'despair' at the news of another shooting of a young teenage boy.
- Hire more.
Local authorities are refusing state funding for hiring teachers' assistants because it's not enough.
- Violent crime.
After the shooting of two teenage boys in Malmö on Saturday, the Sweden Democrats have threatened to level a no-confidence vote against the Justice Minister.
- Will appeal.
The former manager of Östersund football club, Daniel Kindberg, was last week sentenced to three years in prison for serious fraud.
Christmas is around the corner and some shops and online stores are already tipping a drone as a gift.
An appeals court in western Sweden will hear the case of a driver on Monday who was behind the wheel of a bus that crashed and killed three school children in 2017.
- Self-produced show.
It began as a protest in Örebro six years ago. Now more than 30,000 have signed the demand calling for better resources in pre-schools.
- Mobile payments.
Swedish police have warned criminals are using the mobile app Swish to launder money and finance crimes.
- Legal changes needed.
Once expensive toys, the latest breed of unmanned drones are being developed to help businesses grow or even save people's lives.
- Next year.
Men with prostate cancer in Sweden may soon be able to get treated with a new technique using high-intensity ultrasound.
- Mix of emotions.
Relief. But also something they had not expected: a change in how they see themselves. Radio Sweden spoke to two Brits who have now become Swedish citizens, too, about what it is like to have two nationalities.
- Call for change.
More than 11,000 scientists from some 150 countries signed a statement warning of "untold suffering" from to climate change.