David Landes takes a look at what Sweden's papers have to say about the proposed surveillance law in the days leading up to next week's Riksdag vote.
As the vote on Sweden’s controversial surveillance proposal nears, the voices of political party youth wings and bloggers are rising up in a chorus of opposition.
Left Party Riksdag member and rising star Josefin Brink has bared all in an interview with the Expressen newspaper, revealing that she worked as a stripper in the 1990s.
Swedish hopes of beating Spain in their Euro 2008 Group D match rests mainly with a trio of players, who have over 200 caps between them but also their fair share of injuries.
A massive meteorite has been found by two individuals near the village of Kitkiöjärvi north of Pajala in northern Sweden.
Swedish unemployment is at levels not seen since 1991, with only 122,187 people registered as out of work at the end of May.
A new poll reveals that small businesses feel let down by the government’s lack of support.
The government’s commission on defence has recommended drastic cuts to Sweden’s Armed Forces in a report submitted to the government on Friday.
The police investigation into a 57-year-old man suspected of killing a former Iraqi agent in Stockholm in 1985 has been closed.
Gerard Bernadotte, the so-called “fake” Swedish prince, is being sued by Lufthansa airlines for over 940,000 kronor ($15,4500).
A Gothenburg-area teacher has been fined 80 days pay for sexual molestation after giving a 17-year-old student a supportive pat on the rear.
Either Spain or Sweden could wrap up a place in the Euro 2008 quarter-finals if they emerge triumphant from the pair's Group D meeting here on Saturday.
A far-right Sweden Democrat politician surprised his colleagues in the southern Swedish town of Karlskrona by voting in favour of allowing Muslims to convert a former recreation hall into a mosque.