The Danish inventor suspected in the death of a journalist claims she died after she was accidentally hit by a hatch on his submarine.Read the full story ›
Kim Wall, whose body had been cut apart, is believed to have died while on a privately built submarine belonging to a Danish inventor.Read the full story ›
Police say it is "too early" to know if the body is that of journalist Kim Wall, who is believed to have died on board an amateur submarine.Read the full story ›
An inventor who built a submarine has told police that a missing journalist died onboard in an accident, and that he buried her at sea.Read the full story ›
A British man injured while helping other victims of a suspected terror attack in Finland, has insisted he is "not a hero".Read the full story ›
An Danish inventor who built a submarine has been arrested over the disappearance of a journalist - who was on the ship before it sank.Read the full story ›
A game in Sweden has been postponed due to an alleged match-fixing attempt.Read the full story ›
Uzbekistan said it passed on information about Rakhmat Akilov to Sweden before he killed four people, including a British man.Read the full story ›
The main suspect in the Stockholm lorry attack has admitted to carrying out a terror crime, his defence lawyer said.Read the full story ›
Sweden remembered the four victims of the Stockholm lorry attack by holding moments of silence on Monday.
Thousands of people in the capital fell silent to honour the dead, including 41-year-old British victim Chris Bevington.
At one memorial ceremony, the country's prime minister said Sweden had joined the UK and Belgium in suffering horrendous acts of terrorism.
Meanwhile, the alleged attacker is due to appear in court on Tuesday, as ITV News Correspondent Sally Lockwood reports.