What Sweden means to you in just one Tweet
Published: 20 Aug 2014 09:36 GMT+02:00
The Local Sweden has been asking readers to squeeze their view of Sweden into just 140 characters or less. Here's what you came up with up for #SwedeninaTweet.
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Måns Zelmerlöw is greeted by happy fans at Arlanda. Photo: Jessica Gow / TT
Sweden's Eurovision 2015 winner arrives back in Stockholm to be met by delirious crowds
The woman from Götaland became caught up in a gun-fight on Saturday night, according to the Swedish Foreign Ministry.
Police outside the Kista Galleria in northern Stockholm on Sunday. Christine Olsson / TT
A gold shop in a mall in Kista in northern Stockholm has been robbed by several masked men. The robbers beat staff, grabbed gold and then fled in a car.
India's women's minister Maneka Gandhi says that Sweden has worse problems with rape than India.
Måns Zelmerlöw celebrates his victory. Photo: Jessica Gow / TT / Kod 10070
The world's press were - more or less - united in their praise for Måns Zelmerlöw's Heroes, Sweden's winning entry in this year's Eurovision
A person unrelated to the story begging in Stockholm. Photo: TT
A beggar outside a Stockholm supermarket was targeted with a firecracker on Saturday, one of a spate of similar attacks.
The 17th Gumball rally starts in Stockholm on Sunday and among the more famous participants in their luxury rides are Hollywood notables Dolph Lundgren and David Hasselhoff.
Photo: Magnus Manske/Wikipedia
A Swedish man has had his disabled parking permit revoked despite lacking both arms and thus unable to pay for a ticket.
Police investigating a previous raid in 2013. Photo: TT
Police in the Swedish capital are investigating a raid on a van transporting cash in the city, with at least two robbers suspected to have made off with a bag of money.
A woman stuck in snow in Malmö during the winter. Photo: TT
Cold weather kills 20 times more people as hot weather, according to a new global study, but despite Sweden's harsh climate its inhabitants are less likely to die in chilly temperatures than Brits, Spaniards or Italians.