A Swedish ship took onboard over 300 refugees, including 35 women and children, who were lost at sea, and brought them to Italy.
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- Part of EU operation Triton.
- Liberals and Left Party.
After two Russian air force planes flew close to Gotland, politicians gathered there for the Almedalen political week reacted with anger.
- Says has slowed down the housing market too much.
The leader of the Liberals has used his day at Almedalen to criticise a tax that he was part of creating.
Despite a two-year special investigation, Gothenburg police have not cleared up a single one of the 21 killings that took place during a gang war.
- Hand guns and assault rifles.
Hundreds of guns have been bought abroad and converted to lethal weapons for use in Sweden, because of a loophole in the law, reports Swedish Radio.
- Findings submitted in June.
New evidence could help solve one of the enduring mysteries of the twentieth century: whether the plane crash that killed the Swedish UN secretary-general was an accident or an act of murder.
- Former Green Party MEP speaks to Radio Sweden.
Chairman of the Committee on European Affairs, Carl Schlyter of the Green Party, tells Radio Sweden about his life as a politician, and why he chose to become one in the first place. Talking to us from Almedalen, he claims one of the biggest revelations in his life came to him during his time as a student in Brazil.