Six suspected neo-Nazis marched into the middle of a lecture on the Holocaust at a High School in Varberg last night and sat at the front, taking photos of the audience.
- Lecture by Holocaust survivor.
- In quarantine in Havana.
The ten endangered baby Cuban crocodiles, bred in Stockholm's Skansen zoo, have arrived back home in Cuba, where they will be released into the wild, reports AFP.
After Monday's ministerial meeting in Luxembourg addressing the deaths of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean from Africa, Sweden was one of the countries that promised to look into possible extra efforts to help solve the migration crisis.
- Problems remain.
Rail commuters in Stockholm and the Östergötland region have been told to expect further delays on Tuesday, due to the signal failure which caused chaos during Monday's rush hour.
- Ragn-Sells recycling company on fire.
Some 30 firefighters started working early Monday evening to put out a fire that broke out in an industrial area in the Malmö district of Norra hamnen, reports local media.
- Radio show host inundated with calls.
Radio presenter Meron Estefanos, with the Swedish-based Radio Erena, regularly speaks to people who are fleeing over the Mediterranean. She describes the past seven days as "one of the darkest weeks".
- Thousands of passengers affected.
A signal failure that occurred late Monday afternoon has led to train stoppages north of Stockholm, affecting commuter trains, the Arlanda Express train, and freight travelling between the capital and Uppsala. Another problem has also led to stoppages in Östergötland.
- Distributed ahead of Walpurgis.
Swedish parents of teens will find a “teenage phrase book” in their mailboxes today, with tips for how to speak to minors about alcohol.
- 8 kg of clothing thrown out each year.
On Saturday, a conservation group encouraged Swedes to give their unwanted garments a new life by not throwing them away but exchanging them at clothing swaps set up across the country.