'It's really scary': indigenous Europeans on why they are taking the EU to court over climate change
"These climate targets obviously cannot protect us." Susannah Israelsson, from northern Europe's indigenous Saami population, spoke to Euronews about why her peoples are taking the EU to court over its climate change policies.
The lawyer of Elin Ersson, a Swedish woman who attempted to stop the deportation of an Afghani man whose asylum application had been rejected, told Euronews she is "disappointed" prosecutors on Friday issued an indictment against her.
Political deadlock in Sweden as the two main centre-right and centre-left coalition blocs finish neck and neck in Sunday's general election. This could mean weeks of talks and uncertainty before a workable government can be formed- one thing that is certain: the far-right has made significant gains.