Police arrested several dozen people in Gothenburg after clashes with neo-Nazi marchers and anti-fascist counter-demonstrators. The 600 participants from the extreme-right Nordic Resistance Movement were barred from marching past a synagogue.
Sweden's populist, anti-immigration party is expected to win as many as one in five votes when the country goes to the polls on Sunday. But can it escape its neo-Nazi tag? Richard Orange reports from Malmo.
After Sweden's most important election in decades, first results show the center-left and center-right blocs are neck-and-neck. The far-right Sweden Democrats have made significant gains to hold third place.
As a target of hate for Swedish neo-Nazis, Alexandra Pascalidou knows what it feels like to get death threats. She sat down with one of her former tormentors for a coffee and heard the other side. Here is her account.
More than a dozen people were arrested in Sweden's second largest city as the Nordic Resistance Movement, an openly anti-Semitic group, marched on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.
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