Swedish police: ‘There is nothing to indicate that we’ve got the wrong man’

Swedish police: ‘There is nothing to indicate that we’ve got the wrong man’

Swedish police on Saturday identified the suspected truck driver who killed four people in Stockholm as a 39-year-old man from Uzbekistan, a day after Europe's latest terror attack.

How the truck attack brought the best out of Stockholm

How the truck attack brought the best out of Stockholm

The deadly attack on Friday, April 7th, shook Stockholm. But the core of Swedish society – trust and openness – remains untouched by terror, the capital's residents and mayor Karin Wanngård tell The Local.

‘I witnessed the Stockholm attack three years after terrorists killed my brother – we mustn’t give in to fear’

‘I witnessed the Stockholm attack three years after terrorists killed my brother – we mustn’t give in to fear’

Three years ago, terrorists in Kabul turned Faisal Khan's world upside down. On Friday, he was an eyewitness to the deadly truck attack in Stockholm.

Police confirm suspect is an Uzbek national

Police confirm suspect is an Uzbek national

A man who was arrested on Friday is thought to be the driver of the truck that crashed into the Åhléns department store, killing four people. He is held by the police suspected of terrorist crime by murder.

Stockholm attack: Police suspect arrested man was truck driver

Stockholm attack: Police suspect arrested man was truck driver

Swedish police suspect that a man detained on Friday evening was the driver on the truck that ploughed into pedestrians in Stockholm, killing four and injuring 15.