The number of people killed in the Stockholm truck attack has risen to five, following the death of a woman in her 60s.
Police said in a statement that the woman, who has not been publicly identified, had been hospitalised in southern Sweden following the attack on 7 April.
Other victims of attack were an 11-year-old Swedish girl, a 31-year-old Belgian woman, a 69-year-old Swedish woman, and a 41-year-old British man identified as Chris Bevington. Fourteen others were injured in the attack.
Rakhmat Akilov, a 39-year-old Uzbek man, has pleaded guilty to a terrorist crime for ramming the truck into a crowd in the Swedish capital on a main pedestrian shopping street
Police have not disclosed a motive for the attack and no extremist group has claimed responsibility for it.
However, the Swedish government has announced tougher measures against illegal immigration, as it emerged Akilov had ignored a deportation order.
Prior to the attack the country had been known for its open policy towards refugees. In 2015, a record 163,000 asylum-seekers arrived in the country - the highest per-capita rate in Europe.
Source: Associated Press