Homelessness is often equated with mental illness and addiction but for a growing number of families with children in Malmö, it's about being unable to afford to have a roof over their heads.
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- Shortage of affordable rentals.
- 31st time.
Sweden's Christmas gift of the year is a jumper or skirt that perhaps might have been under the Christmas tree as a present in festive seasons past only to return as a shirt or trousers in 2018.
- 1 av 2Result of harsher sentences.
The director-general of the prison and probation service is warning of the dangers of overcrowding in Sweden's prison system and is calling for the wider use of alternatives to imprisonment.
- 1 av 2EU migrant death.
A 16-year-old boy has been charged with murdering homeless Romanian man in Huskvarna, Jönköping, three months ago.
- Democracy project.
A course in Kalmar, funded by Swedish aid money to develop Russian journalists' investigative reporting skills to further democracy back home, was infiltrated by a Russian spy, reports Dagens Nyheter.
Too much screen time is a common complaint parents have about their kids. Radio Sweden heard how one mother responded by developing an app.
- 1 av 2"I'll Be Gone".
The Gothenburg indie rock group Broder Daniel is the focus of an English language documentary from two American filmmakers.
- Sergels torg on Sunday.
The mothers and other family members of gun violence victims are gathering in central Stockholm to say "enough".
- No deal fears.
Theresa May's draft divorce deal with the European Union guarantees the rights of the estimated 30,000 UK nationals living in Sweden. But with the Brexit deal seemingly unlikely at present to pass the House of Commons, the ultimate outcome remains uncertain for everyone, including Brits living in Sweden, such as Julian Stubbs.
- 1 av 3Hometown tribute.
On Friday evening, Hedvig Eleonora church in Stockholm will hold a memorial service for Tim Bergling, better known to his millions of fans around the world as Avicii.
- New study.
The electoral rise of the Sweden Democrats was the most frequently reported upon topic in foreign media's coverage of the Swedish elections.
- Novus/SVT poll.
The Liberal Party received just 5.4 percent of the vote in September's elections, making it Sweden's seventh smallest party. And a new poll, out on Friday, shows them slipping lower.
- One week.
The leader of the Center Party will be the next person to try to break Sweden's political deadlock, which has left it with no new government, two months after the election.
EU minister Ann Linde says Sweden will vote 'yes' to the draft Brexit withdrawal deal that UK prime minister Theresa May presented to the House of Commons, Thursday.
A new court judgement says children have the right to be reunited with their parents, despite what the restrictive asylum and immigration law says.