A voice for newcomers in Sweden

Armed Forces: Missing Mali Swede found safe

Fire seen by the swimming pool of the Campement Kangaba resort. Photo: AP Photo/Baba Ahmed

Published: 19.Jun.2017 11:11 hrs

A Swede stationed in Mali has been found after going missing following an attack on a luxury resort near Bamako the Armed Forces have confirmed.

On Monday morning the Swedish Armed Forces said it had failed to locate one of its troops following a routine headcount of staff in the area conducted after gunmen stormed the Le Campement Kangaba resort in Dougourakoro, east of the capital Bamako, on Sunday and killed two people.

However shortly after noon they said the missing serviceman had been found.

Read full article on The Local

More Stories

Anas Awad with his "Swedish family" told his story to The Local Voices

Sharing the best of The Local Voices

We told a lot of great stories in 2016. Did you get to read and share them all? READ
Two carjacking incidents took place within a short space of time in different areas of Stockholm on Saturday morning. READ
Sweden's security police Säpo have raised the alarm over a dad whom they believe is in the process of radicalizing his own son, who is around the age of ten. READ
Every week we ask a Swede, or a foreigner in Sweden, to explain their favourite word. READ
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic may be ready to return to the pitch from his career-threatening knee injury by the end of the year, José Mourinho has said. READ
Photo: Erik Gerhardsson

'History will record how everyone reacted to the Syrian tragedy'

Erik, a 21-year-old Swedish volunteer, reflects on his experience helping refugees in Sweden and abroad. READ
In this week's podcast we look at how Austria's government could soon include an ex-Nazi party. How right wing could it get? READ
Sweden's biggest media companies are investigating claims of sexual harassment and assault on the back of the international high-profile #metoo social media campaign. READ
Volvo Group posted a strong third quarter on robust demand on Friday, with net profit more than doubling for the world's second-biggest truck maker. READ
A 30-year-old man is entitled to thousands of kronor in compensation after he was held in custody by Swedish police for four months on suspicion of carrying out a terrorist act. READ

This Iranian teaches Swedish online to 10,000 followers

"I’m exporting Swedish to my homeland." READ