Top German politicians have protested after it emerged that a prominent Swedish right-wing extremist with ties to German neo-Nazis is relocating to Berlin.
The Riksdag on Thursday endorsed changes to Sweden’s sentencing rules which toughen the country’s penalties for murder and other serious crimes.
A Swedish appeals court on Thursday sharply reduced the sentences for four men convicted for arranging an illegal poker tournament, a ruling which experts believe may open the door to more competition for Sweden’s state-owned gambling monopoly.
A restaurant in southern Sweden has put a potato up for auction after staff discovered what they believed to be the face of Jesus Christ in a spud that "hopped out of the frying pan" earlier this week.
A court in Malmö convicted two 15-year-old girls from southern Sweden for the “torture-like” beating of another 13-year-old girl in a dispute over insulting text and internet chat messages.
Following a breakdown in talks between Volvo Cars and the Swedish government over loan guarantees, the automaker now plans to ask authorities in Belgium for help securing a loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Swedish business owners are up in arms over a recent push by the country’s television licencing bureau to collect fees from companies using surveillance cameras.
Fewer Swedes are engaged in illegal file sharing over the internet, according to a new study.
A 26-year-old new mother from Stockholm has been refused a new policy from an insurance company who told her she was still too fat for coverage.
Sweden’s foreign ministry is still waiting for details about the charges against a 40-year-old Swedish citizen who has been held by American authorities in Iraq for nearly one year.