Swedes bearing the surname Johansson are in for a tough match if they wish to defend their title as Sweden’s most common surname. After 60 years on the top, the name Andersson is now gaining speed rapidly.
Police are searching for 37 year-old Agnieszka Mardyla, who went missing from her Stockholm home on April 20.
With 6.6 percent of voters backing them, the far-right Sweden Democrats have grown to be Sweden’s fourth-largest party, according to the latest poll from research institute Sifo.
Having failed to reach the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Euro 2012 is an important tournament for Sweden to prove they have overcome that setback.
The father died, but his three year-old son survived the ordeal, when their little inflatable dinghy capsized in the middle of a lake in western Sweden on Saturday afternoon.