Swedes appear to prefer keeping their savings in the bank or under the mattress, rather than risk it in the volatile Stockholm stock market.
Christine Schürrer has appealed last week’s district court decision to forgo a retrial in the Arboga murder case following accusations that lay judges were biased.
Recidivism rates are falling among Sweden’s criminals thanks in part to efforts by the Prison and Probation Service (Kriminalvården) to better care for inmates with drug problems, according to a new report.
Robert La Bua visits Lund and its famed university, Skåne's esteemed home of higher education and Viking mischief.
Sweden’s ombudsman for ethnic discrimination (DO) has sued a cleaning company after it dismissed a Muslim woman for not dressing appropriately on the job.
Russia's recent foray into Georgia was meticulously planned, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili said in an interview with a Swedish newspaper on Sunday. The president also blamed the West for not reacting sooner.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt has indicated that the recent conflict in the Caucasus could help speed up the integration of Georgia into Europe.
Swedish mobile phone network supplier Ericsson announced on Monday the signing of a $450 million deal to help Hanoi Telecom's modernize its mobile network in Vietnam.
The government has announced plans to devote 1.8 billion kronor ($278 million) over the next three years toward improving vocational training in Sweden.
A church minister from Stockholm has been charged with assaulting his wife after an amorous threesome spiralled out of control, Metro reports.
Amateur archeologists digging near Skrea hill outside Falkenberg have unearthed a unique artifact.
Tests for the sexually transmitted disease, which are available for order over the internet, have proven extremely popular in Sweden.
Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl Bildt wants eastern European states to hold a summit with the European Union to discuss the crisis in Georgia, according to an interview with a German newspaper.