On Friday the Stockholm District Court decided to keep the US rapper ASAP Rocky in detention at the jail Kronobergshäktet in the Swedish capital.
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- No system of bail.
- Export credit.
According to newspaper Dagens Nyheter, The Swedish Export Credit Agency guaranteed Swedish companies export credit of SEK 347 million last year towards fossil fuel related projects.
- Deal with Liberals.
On Thursday the government moves one step closer in making a specific offense of honor-related crime, by setting up an official investigation into the issue.
The Taliban said Thursday that they want to meet with Swedish non-governmental organisation the Swedish Afghanistan Committee, after issuing threats at the weekend that caused clinics to close.
- Re-using old equipment.
Developing cities that are climate smart is a challenge; we hear from the city of Umeå that's encouraging people to bike more, and share more, to reduce emissions.
- Greens sceptical.
Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, welcomed the appointment of Ursula Von der Leyen as new EU president.
- Support for entrepreneurs.
Despite speaking six languages and having several university degrees, Fabiola de Paula Rosengren was not invited to job interviews in Sweden.
- Lines through Denmark.
Sweden wants night train services to become a reality but some of those pushing for the change say it can't be done by this country alone.
- Total defence.
All people over the age of 16 living in Sweden can be called upon to assist in times of crisis or war, and now the country is working on rebuilding its system of "total defence".
A light plane carrying nine people on a sky diving activity has crashed in Umeå.
- To Kungsholmen.
Protesters fear for the future of Stockholm's International library, following a decision to move the collection.
Swedish Radio's show Sommar turns 60 this year. It's when writers, rappers, online influencers, singers and others, are given the chance to record their own 90-minute radio show during the summer months. Today is the turn of SVT correspondent Carina Bergfeldt.
Swedish Radio's show Sommar turns 60 this year. It's when writers, rappers, online influencers, singers and others, are given the chance to record their own 90-minute radio show during the summer months.