Hundreds of refugees from warmer climes are learning to live with blizzards and minus-20 degree temperatures. The Swedish immigration bureau has sent them to Riksgränsen, the country's northernmost ski resort - until the first skiers show up.
Roughly 1 million people applied for asylum in the European Union last year. A special guide published in several languages now gives them practical tips and useful background information on the history of Europe.
Sweden has reached the breaking point. The country's migration agency has said it can no longer put a roof over the heads of the high number of people requesting asylum each day. Richard Orange reports from Malmö.
A knife attack on a local politician, mock gallows for the German chancellor at an anti-migrant march, continued attacks on refugee shelters - the mood is changing, a psychologist warns.
Swedish authorities plan to impose temporary border controls to help the country cope with "record" numbers of refugees, the interior minister says. The minister has also urged EU countries to take "responsibility."
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