The chairman of the Swedish furniture giant has said reports of a bitter family row over money are "extremely distressing" amid reports that founder Ingvar Kamprad is at loggerheads with his sons over the flat pack brand's fortune.
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A man in western Sweden has been arrested on a charge of vandalism after urinating on fruit worth 700 kronor ($110) in a Gothenburg supermarket.
Sweden's Henrik Stenson birdied three of the first four holes and stretched his lead to four shots on Friday at the season-ending US PGA Tour Championship which carries a winning purse of up to $10 million for the triumphant golfer on Sunday.
A man in western Sweden, has been charged after attempting to smuggle in a crocodile in his luggage at Gothenburg airport. The 30-year-old barber had bought the creature whilst on holiday and claimed he thought it was a lizard.