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Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt called on Serbia Friday not to isolate itself as Belgrade's refusal to recognize Kosovo's independence threatens to block its integration into Europe.
Former Saab head spokesperson Peter Larsson was admonished by the Stockholm stock exchange for sending text messages with market sensitive information to a group of journalists.
Two men, 37 and 42, are to be detained in custody following their arrest on Thursday on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism, a court in Stockholm ruled on Friday.
David Landes looks at press reaction to the Moderate Party's suggestion of additional incentives designed to ease the ability of fathers to stay home and care for their children.
Swedish metal band Pain have had their second scare in the space of a week following a brutal assault in Leipzig last Friday.
Sweden has reported a sharp slowdown in growth in 2007 from the previous year, shrinking from 4.1 to 2.6 percent, official statistics showed.
Sweden's public prosecutor has handed detention orders over to Stockholm District Court for two of the three suspects arrested yesterday for preparing acts of terrorism.
A 36-year-old man has been indicted for satisfying himself on the seats of women’s bicycles.
Nectar-sipping bats use the same aerodynamic trick that bugs use to hover in place, a study released on Thursday by the journal Science has found.
A robbery victim was reunited with her rare knife, after confronting the man who stole it in a grocery store.