Investigators in Gothenburg, Sweden, now think that the four men arrested for the 2011 failed Gothenburg terrorist attack have links to the terrorist network Al-Qaida.
Twenty-five people are injured, four critically, during an explosion at a block of flats in Gothenburg, Sweden. An accident has been ruled out, with authorities suspecting a criminal background.
Barcelona wins the team's first Champions League after beating Chelsea in the final match at Gamla Ullevi in Gothenburg, Sweden.
In an unprecedented move, the Trump administration designates a white supremacist group, based in Russia, as a terrorist organization, and imposes individual sanctions on its leaders. The organization, Russian Imperial Movement imperiska rörelsen, is believed to have trained the perpetrators of a series of terrorist attacks in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2016.
About 600 members of the Swedish neo-Nazi group Nordic Resistance Movement march through Gothenburg, and 10,000 people hold a counter-demonstration. More than 50 people are arrested and several people are injured during the protests.
A suspected gang-related shooting in a restaurant at Hisingen, an island near the Swedish city of Gothenburg, kills at least two people with several more injured.
At least five people are killed in separate incidents in Iraq including a suspected al-Qaida leader in Mosul.
A UNESCO World Heritage site is destroyed by Muslim fighters in Timbuktu. The mausoleum of Sidi Mahmoud Ben Amar is destroyed. The fighters are said to have ties with al-Qaida.
Police in Gothenburg, Sweden, arrest four people after a suspected failed terrorist attack.
Sweden detains two people for allegedly plotting to attack Gothenburg in an alleged "terrorist crime".
More than 23,000 people sign a Jewish Council for Public Affairs petition urging the US State Department to investigate passengers on the Mavi Marmara who are expected to visit New York on a speaking tour citing a 2006 report by the Danish Institute for International Studies, which documents a link between IHH and al-Qaida and “global jihad networks”.