A 19-year-old woman from Ulricehamn in western Sweden has been indicted on a charge of attempted manslaughter after stabbing her boyfriend in the head, Borås Tidning reports.
Who suffered more, victims of Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot, or victims of Hitler, Eichmann, and Himmler? And what role does the Swedish state have in answering the question? David Landes looks at what Sweden’s papers have to say about the issue.
The Swedish Association of Health Professionals (Vårdförbundet) announced industrial action at 4.00pm on Friday afternoon affecting 3,500 members employed by both municipalities and county councils.
They ordered cream cakes and they got cream cakes. But there was way too much cream, thought the workers in Essunga council’s Nossebro offices.
Two Swedish women are set for a golden future after a Canadian company agreed to pay 21 million kronor ($3.5 million) for their mining concession.
The head of Sweden’s Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen) was surprised to learn on Thursday that he was being replaced.
A unique silver treasure has been uncovered near Sweden’s Arlanda airport.
Margareta Winberg, a former Social Democratic Deputy Prime Minister, has been named the new chair of Svenksa Spel, Sweden’s state-owned gaming operation.
Sweden's oldest man, Bengt Helldal, has died at the age of 108, Hallands Nyheter reports.
Two major Swedish newspapers, Svenska Dagbladet and Skånska Dagbladet, are to lose almost all of the subsidies they currently receive from the state.
A 24-year-old woman has been reported for theft after slipping a Chihuahua into her handbag outside a shopping centre in Växjö in southern Sweden on Thursday evening.