Mass brawl breaks out in Sweden - police find AK47 assault rifle
Around 15 people clashed in Fittja, in the south of Stockholm, in a huge fight broken up by police.
Officers found an AK47 assault rifle on a footbridge near the brawl.
Local media say police shut down the metro station to passengers and stopped trains running through the station as they patrolled the area.
It is thought two men and a gang of 15 youngsters were at the centre of the fighting.
One witness told Aftonbladet the mob chased away two men before the duo came back armed with a gun.
Towe Hägg, from Stockholm Police, said the force has launched an investigation.
Is is unclear if anyone was injured in the clash that took place at around 7.40pm local time.
Last Friday another brawl broke out in central Sweden at Hallsberg Alléskolan.
Police have arrested a number of people have started rioting at a local high school yard in Hallsberg in Central Sweden, says the Swedish Broadcasting Company.
About 30 masked youths had gathered at front of the school, apparently wanting to start a fight. Police prevented the skirmish, after that a portion of the youths dispersed, to the streets of Hallsberg.
The mob threw stones at the police and Swedish TV, SVT , against the film crew. No one is hurt.
The police grabbed 11 of the people who are suspected of aggravated assault and other violent crimes.
According to the police those apprehended are not pupils of the school. Today's unrest may be a continuance from Friday, in which a group brawl took place in the school yard.