Isaak’s alleged crime ‘too serious’ for trial

Isaak’s alleged crime ‘too serious’ for trial

The Eritrean president’s closest aide has said Swedish citizen Dawit Isaak, imprisoned in the African country for the last nine years, had not yet faced trial because of the “serious nature” of the crime the dictatorial state accuses him of committing.

Woman attacked by wolf at wildlife park

Woman attacked by wolf at wildlife park

A 21-year-old woman was bitten by a wolf on Friday during a private guided tour at Kolmården wildlife park.

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Wedding cancelled as man threatens to kill fiancée

A wedding ceremony had to be cancelled on Saturday after the 33-year-old would-be groom threatened to kill his wife-to-be on the eve of their big day.

Centre calls for partial Vattenfall privatisation

Centre calls for partial Vattenfall privatisation

Centre Party leader and energy minister Maud Olofsson is urging Sweden to sell off sections of state-owned energy giant Vattenfall in order to generate 10 billion kronor ($1.4 billion) of share capital to be invested in a new firm tasked with developing cutting edge energy solutions.

Thousands march in Stockholm Pride parade

Thousands march in Stockholm Pride parade

An estimated 35,000 people took to the streets of Stockholm on Saturday for the city's annual Gay Pride parade.