An interview broadcast on Swedish television this week has caused German prosecutors to launch an investigation against a controversial British bishop suspected of inciting racial hatred.
The European Court of Human Rights is taking Sweden to task over its privacy laws after a man escaped without conviction despite secretly filming his 14-year-old stepdaughter in the shower.
The number of Swedes enrolled in unemployment insurance programmes (a-kassa) jumped by 3,000 in the fourth quarter of 2008, according to new statistics.
Swedish tennis legend Mats Wilander, current coach of the country’s Davis Cup team, is hoping fellow tennis great Stefan Edberg will be willing to make a comeback to help the squad overcome a spate of injuries.
Sweden’s state-run liquor monopoly Systembolaget has named a successor to Anitra Steen, who is set to retire from her position as managing director on April 30th.
Swedish students applying for admittance to the country’s high schools now have another tool to help them compare various schools following the launch on Friday of a new database.
A 30-year-old Swedish lottery millionaire has been arrested on suspicion of having shot and killed a man outside a restaurant north of Stockholm in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Sweden’s National Board of Health and Welfare has directed a scathing critique against a medical centre for asylum seekers in Stockholm County.
Robert La Bua casts an eye over the multibillion-kronor industry behind the faces - and torsos - of Sweden's male models.
A series of mysterious poisonings which sent several people to hospital continues to baffle both police and employees from a home healthcare office in Hisingen near Gothenburg.
Nearly seven in ten pastors in the Church of Sweden are open to performing marriage ceremonies for gay couples in churches.
A man was shot dead on a footpath in a residential area in Mölndal in western Sweden on Thursday night.