A Stockholm-area library is being sued by Sweden’s Ombudsman against Ethnic Discrimination (DO) for refusing to let a Dutch woman check out more than two books because she wasn't Swedish.
The European Commission is investigating Swedish-Swiss Engineering group ABB as part of a large-scale investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices, the company revealed on Thursday.
Anita Dorazio, a 72-year-old advocate who pioneered health clinics for refugees in hiding, has been named Swede of the Year for 2008 by the weekly news magazine Fokus.
With Christmas fast approaching, it's high time to get in the spirit with a weekend of hectic club and concert activity.
The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.
What's on in Sweden: December 12th - 18th. Lucia and Lykke Li in Stockholm; Harlem Gospel and Streetdance in Gothenburg; world class jazz in Malmö
A 60-year-old Swedish man who says he was massaging his groin is on trial for sexual harassment after three teenage girls claim they saw him masturbating at a public pool.
The Swedish government announced plans on Thursday to launch a 28 billion kronor ($3.42 billion) aid package for the country's beleaguered car industry.
House and apartment prices continued to drop in Sweden during November, though prices fell at a slower rate than previously, according to a new market analysis.
A man in northern Sweden got stuck attempting to rescue his cat from a tree, eventually needing the fire department to bring both him and his cat down safely.
Refugees who choose where they want to live are able to adapt to Swedish society more quickly than those who are assigned housing by the Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket), a new study finds.
A 67-year-old woman is believed to have been lying dead for up to six weeks in an apartment in a living facility for the elderly located in Karlskrona in southern Sweden.
Speaking on behalf of a group of Nordic and Baltic countries, Sweden said on Wednesday that Latvia’s economic structuring programme was credible and ambitious.