Sweden has held a nationwide minute of silence to honor the victims of the truck attack in Stockholm. Two suspects have been arrested so far, one of them a rejected asylum seeker from Uzbekistan.
All public life in Sweden halted for one minute at noon local time Monday as the nation remembered four victims killed in the suspected terror attack three days ago.
The victims included two Swedes, one Briton and a Belgian national, who were killed when a rejected asylum seeker drove a stolen beer truck through a crowd in a pedestrian shopping street in downtown Stockholm.
Prime Minister Stefan Lofven told a crowd gathered in front of Stockholm City Hall that the countries of the four people killed had all witnessed "horrendous acts of terrorism, but we have also seen the strength and determination and power of our democratic societies."
"We will never surrender to terror. We will get through this together," Lofven said.
Of the 15 injured, 10 remain in hospitals, including a child. At least four of the 10 are considered to be seriously injured.