A man was found hanging from a tree on the island of Långholmen in Stockholm at lunchtime on Tuesday with a plastic bag over his head.
The Swedish Ship Officers' Association (SSOA) has given notice that a further 27 ferry boats, primarily in the Stockholm archipelago, are due to be hit by the ongoing labor dispute between the union and the Almega employers association.
Reigning champions Greece aside, Group D at the Euro 2008 finals could be summed up as the group of underachievers with Sweden being one of the foremost offenders.
A Swedish conscript has died after being shot in a military exercise in the Stockholm archipelago on Tuesday afternoon.
Sweden’s state run pharmacy Apoteket is buzzing at the prospect of selling a new range of vibrators and other sex toys.
Sweden’s domestic qualifying competition and the Eurovision song contest finals which follow are big cash cows for TeliaSonera, regardless of who wins.
Foreign minister Carl Bildt remains convinced that Soviet submarines entered Swedish waters in 1982 despite Monday's revelations that sounds recorded in the Stockholm archipelago may actually have emanated from a Swedish charter boat.
Swedish athletics star Carolina Klüft has expressed her displeasure with arrangers Scottishathletics for combining her likeness with a caricature of Pippi Longstocking for a press conference promoting an upcoming competition.
Sweden's political left should embrace free market reforms if it is to achieve its goals for a more equitable society, writes Nima Sanandaji of the Captus think tank.
Sweden's former men's world number one Stefan Edberg, who has not played competitive tennis since he retired 12 years ago, could be set to face old rival Pete Sampras after agreeing to play two events on the Tour of Champions.
The United Nations Committee against Torture has criticized Sweden for taking too long to begin investigating allegations of torture in conjunction with a peacekeeping mission in Congo.