Police in Härnösand in northern Sweden are investigating reports of a group rape alleged to have taken place in the town on Saturday night.
The Green Party has received support from unexpected quarters as trade union confederation Unionen gives the party's unemployment insurance (A-kassa) proposal the thumbs up.
There were chaotic scenes at Östra Hospital in Gothenburg on Tuesday afternoon as a group of men chased down a man who had earlier received gunshot wounds at a restaurant in the city.
Nima Sanandaji speaks to one of the co-authors of a book examining the increasing propensity of Swedes to skirt around the edges of the country's tax and social welfare systems.
A Swedish Migration Board employee with 20 years' experience is charging that he was demoted due to his pro-Israel political views.
The National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) wants to add a vaccine preventing the human papillomavirus (HPV) to Sweden’s general pediatric vaccination program in order to reduce future cases of cervical cancer.
Sweden has said it will not award damages to two women claiming to have been exploited in a major prostitution scandal in the 1970s.
A rocky day on the stock market last January cost an association of Baptist parishes in northern Sweden two million kronor ($317,000) worth of collections funds in a matter of hours.
Sweden's tax authorities are claiming to have acquired information about some 100 Swedes with bank accounts in Liechtenstein.
Peter Forsberg, who led Colorado to Stanley Cup titles in 1996 and 2001, is returning to the Avalanche for the remainder of the 2007-08 National Hockey League season.
Sweden welcomes investment from sovereign wealth funds, but will demand transparency from any potential investors, the country's financial markets minister said in an interview published on Tuesday.