Today in Sweden: A roundup of the latest news on Monday
Zlatan Ibrahimovic retires from football, Swedish food prices continue to drop, hundreds protest against Nato and Sweden's new anti-terror laws, and almost a dozen municipalities record first cases of TBE. Here's the latest news.
Sweden greenlights anti-Nato protest despite Turkey warning
Sunday’s Stockholm demonstration against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Sweden's planned Nato membership has been given the go-ahead despite Ankara's objections, Swedish police told AFP on Friday.
How Stockholm’s British international school is taking the lead on mental health
One in ten children and adolescents globally experience a mental disorder, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), but most don’t seek help or receive care.