It is a very dangerous world.
Two blasts targeting Coptic Christians in Egypt on Palm Sunday have killed at least 42 people, officials say.
In Alexandria, an explosion outside St Mark’s Coptic church killed 13 people. Pope Tawadros II, head of the Coptic Church, had been attending Mass inside and was unhurt, state media reported.
An earlier blast at St George’s Coptic church in Tanta killed 29 people.
So-called Islamic State (IS) says it is behind the explosions. The group has recently targeted Copts in Egypt.
The suspect behind the Stockholm truck attack had been facing deportation and had extremist sympathies, Swedish police say.
The 39-year-old Uzbek man is suspected of having driven a truck into a department store in the city on Friday.
His application for residency was rejected in June last year and he was being sought by immigration officials, police said.
Police say the man was known to have expressed sympathy for groups including so-called Islamic State.