A Swedish newspaper has come under fire after it stopped short of publishing a headline with the word Christmas. It instead referred to the much-revered holiday season as "winter celebrations." Sydsvenskan, a regional daily headquartered in Skåne County, published an article on how Christmas celebrations are being moved from Gustaf Adolf Square to the "safer" one at Stortorget, as part of counter-terrorism measures. Stockholm was the scene of a deadly terrorist attack on April 7 last year, when a truck ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians, killing five and injuring many more. Police reported that the perpetrator had expressed sympathy with extremist groups, including Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS).