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In the survey, the Center Party gets 3.8 percent.

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  • Trump gets his YouTube account back

    Donald Trump Photo: Ron Johnson/AP

    Donald Trump, the former president of the United States, gets his account back on Youtube.

    Reuters reports.

    His YouTube account was pulled about two years ago, after the storming of the Capitol.

    Earlier this year, the former president got his Facebook and Instagram accounts back.

  • Andersson: Not good for Sweden

    S leader Magdalena Andersson. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT

    Social Democrats party leader Magdalena Andersson comments on Turkey’s announcement about Finland’s NATO application.

    At a press conference, she said that Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson has a hard job ahead of him.

    – The message is not good for Sweden and not good for NATO and it also makes it more difficult for NATO to defend Finland, Andersson said.

  • Arrest warrant against Putin

    Vladimir Putin. Photo: Sergei Bobylev/AP

    The International Criminal Court ICC issues an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin, reports Reuters.

    The court accuses Putin of being responsible for war crimes committed in Ukraine.

    The court has also issued an arrest warrant for Maria Lvova-Belova, Russia’s Commissioner for Children’s Rights.

    The text is updated here.

  • Dad witnessed the act of violence

    A woman and a man were found dead at an address in Luleå at the beginning of March.

    Now the prosecutor announces that the case concerns a family of four who lived at the crime scene.

    – No outsider is a suspect. A man and a woman in the family are deceased and a 19-year-old man is suspected of crime, says District Attorney Åsa Valter in a press release.

    The father in the family witnessed the course of events and is himself the plaintiff for a gross illegal threat.

    The attachment that was used is a sharp weapon, according to the prosecutor.

    The 19-year-old has been detained on probable cause on suspicion of two counts of murder.

  • Person arrested for attempted murder in Tranås – police fired shots

    The police were called to a residence in Tranås at 12:37 on Friday, for an unclear reason.

    On the spot, the police entered the residence. A person is said to have lunged at the police with an affection.

    A police officer fired his service weapon in connection with the incident.

    No one is injured.

    The person with affection has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and threatening an official.

  • Niinistö and Erdogan will hold a press conference

    Finnish President Sauli Niinistö is in Ankara, Turkey on Friday to discuss the country’s NATO application with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    At a joint press conference, Turkey announces that it is now starting the ratification process for Finland’s NATO application, TT reports.

    Turkey thus approves the application.

    However, Erdogan has not given any information about when the ratification will be completed.

    – Finland will have an active role in NATO, says Erdogan.

  • Man arrested after Youtube threat against Coop store

    A man in his 40s has been arrested after making threats against a Coop store in a small town in western Sweden.

    According to the police, at least one person raised the alarm after seeing the man make threats on his YouTube channel.

    – At least one person has called in and expressed concern, says August Brandt, press spokesperson at police region West.

    He does not want to go into the threats in detail, but that it meets the requirement that people must have felt serious danger and fear for their lives.

    – There was a police operation and the person in question was arrested. There is an ongoing investigation into illegal threats, says August Brandt.

    According to information to Aftonbladet, the task force was brought in and broke open the door to the man’s apartment.

    The man is no longer arrested by the police.

    – There are people who have expressed concern about it. But he is still being looked after, although not in police custody, says August Brandt.

  • Roads towards Denmark interesting in search of missing girl

    The 16-year-old was last seen on Saturday night in Gnesta. The girl’s relatives have approved the publication of the picture. Photo: Private.

    Sightings all the way to Denmark are of interest to the police in the search for the missing 16-year-old girl.

    The police themselves write that on their website.

    The girl was last seen at her residence on Saturday night in Gnesta, and the police suspect that someone has kidnapped her.

    The picture of what has happened is beginning to clear to some extent.

    “Most likely, she and the person or people who are with her must have stopped at various stops along the way. It is therefore extra interesting to have observations from, for example, gas stations, rest stops and restaurants along the roads.”

    Eva Wintzell is a prosecutor at the national unit against international and organized crime.

    – We know quite a bit, but we have a reasonable suspicion of kidnapping, she has previously told Aftonbladet.

  • Man dies after workplace accident

    During the morning, a man was taken to hospital after a workplace accident at a transport company in central Kristinehamn.

    During the afternoon, the police announced that the man, who was in his 30s, had died of his injuries.

    Technicians are working at the scene of the accident and there are train stops through Kristinehamn while the police are working on the scene.

    Relatives have been notified.

  • The spy brother admits: Did it for money

    Peyman Kia, 42, was sentenced to life in prison in what has been called Sweden’s biggest spy scandal.

    Now he admits parts of what he is accused of. And that there were financial motives behind it.

    – It was simply to swindle me out of money, says the former Säpo employee to TV4 Nyheterna.

    In the district court, Kia was sentenced to life in prison for espionage after sharing secret information with the Russian intelligence service GRU. His brother was sentenced to nine years and ten months in prison.

    Before the appeal court proceedings, Peyman Kia has requested to speak with the Security Police.

  • After the train chaos – “special event” declared

    The Swedish Transport Administration’s delay in informing about impending track works has led to major problems with booking train tickets.

    Now the authority promises improvement: A so-called special event has been announced to gather strength around the planning.

    This is reported by TT, which refers to the industry site

    “We are creating a special organization to consolidate our work with the new MPK planning tool and to give train companies better information about upcoming track work and the need to cancel or reroute trains,” says Trafikverket’s press manager Bengt Olsson.

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  • If Turkey is arguing that we are lax about those they think are terrorists, why aren’t we pushing as hard for them to do the same to the so-called Kurdish fox?

    Tired of the NATO business

    Hello! It is difficult to know what was said in these negotiations, but in short it can be said that it is Turkey that has the upper hand and can make demands as it is they who must approve Sweden – not the other way around.

  • Hi, what’s going on Ang the snipe case, will there be any APPEAL to HD???


    Hello! The Attorney General has so far not said anything about it, but an appeal must be submitted by March 23 at the latest.

  • Hi, I wonder who gets Swedbank fined 850 million?

    Marianne Andreasson

    Hi Marianne!

    I asked the question to Vidar Lindgren, who is a press spokesperson at the Financial Supervisory Authority. He replied like this:

    – Swedbank receives a notice that they must pay. The money ends up in the treasury. Belongs to the state, as expressed in the law.

    Read more about Swedbank’s 850 million fine here.

  • Why is Turkey so negative about Sweden’s entry into NATO? It can’t be because of Paludan, because the Turks were in trouble even before he burned the Koran. What are we doing wrong according to them?


    Hello! In this article, you can read about why Turkey has so far not wanted to let Sweden into NATO.

  • Hi, will you be live reporting from the trial of the boys who killed their mother?


    Hello! Unfortunately, we do not have a reporter on site at the trial, but we will follow the development of events and update if something major happens. But no live reporting, then. Then of course we will report on the verdict when it comes.

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