They handed out leaflets threatening to give 'the North African street children who are roaming around' the 'punishment they deserve'
No explosives were found on board and police are investigating the person who made the threat
Fans paid £110 per ticket to catch a glimpse of the iconic quartet
'We want to avoid pointing out ethnic groups as criminal,' police say
The historic Malmens Vag, or Iron Trail, traces a picturesque river valley through Lapland. However, its beauty belies a harsher history, as Nick Redmayne found
Always deeply engaged in social and political issues, Mankell joined a flotilla of boats trying to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza
Stockholm's lakes, islands and regal history are all the more captivating when viewed from on high. An unusual tour offers a new perspective of the city, says Nick Boulos – if you can bring yourself to look down
With more locals and fewer tourists in the Swedish capital, this is a great time to explore, says Will Hide
1. Who was sentenced to a year in prison in March for arranging the wiretapping of a political rival and publishing the recorded conversation?
Boyd Tonkin talks to Eva Gabrielsson, who is horrified by plans to cash in on her dead partner’s ‘Millennium’ trilogy
Sweden lost out in the play-off to Portugal on Tuesday night
Portugal hold a 1-0 advantage following the first leg
Films will be graded on whether on not they contain two female characters who speak about something other than a man
The chairman of the IPCC warns that the only way to reduce large-scale fossil-fuel use is to 'price' carbon emissions
Governments around the world are exercising extreme caution ahead of tomorrow's publication
Despite the overwhelming consensus among scientists, the media are letting politicians off the hook – and the deniers are taking advantage