Good sex makes you better at your job: study

Good sex makes you better at your job: study

A new Swedish study shows that a healthy emotional and sexual relationship can significantly reduce stress at work.

World tour of ABBA artifacts planned as museum project stalls

World tour of ABBA artifacts planned as museum project stalls

ABBA fans will likely have to wait at least another two years before a museum opens in Stockholm dedicated to the superstars of Swedish pop, but in the mean time the exhibition of ABBA artifacts may be coming to a city near you.

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Security police arrest ‘refugee spy’

Security police (Säkerhetspolisen - Säpo) in Stockholm have arrested a Swedish citizen suspected of spying on refugees coming to Sweden from an undisclosed country.

Reporter fired over Hells Angels contacts

Reporter fired over Hells Angels contacts

The Expressen newspaper has sacked its US correspondent following revelations that he had close contact with the former leader of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang in Sweden, Thomas Möller.

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Latvia fears prompt rollercoaster ride for Swedish bank shares

Share prices of Sweden’s leading banks recovered somewhat on Thursday after major drops on Wednesday in the wake of fears that Latvia may devalue its currency.

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Computers stolen from Social Democrats’ HQ

Burglars made off with some 20 computers during a raid on the Social Democratic party's headquarters in central Stockholm on Wednesday night.

Fury over ailing man’s botched deportation

Fury over ailing man’s botched deportation

Swedish migration authorities have come in for scathing criticism following a decision to deport a man so ill with Parkinson’s disease that his home country of Nigeria refused to grant him entry.

What’s on in Sweden: June 5 – 11

What’s on in Sweden: June 5 – 11

What's on in Sweden: Lewis Black and Early Music Festival in Stockholm; Beer festival & World Cup football in Gothenburg; Buju Banton & Mandela exhibition in Malmö.

Young Swedish workers reject collective wage deals: study

Young Swedish workers reject collective wage deals: study

Eight of ten young workers in Sweden favour negotiating their pay individually rather than having their wages set by a central agreement, a new study shows.

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Infant taken from foster home

A ten-month-old baby was taken from a foster home outside of Eskilstuna in central Sweden on Wednesday afternoon.

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Sweden to review EU battle groups during presidency

During its upcoming presidency of the European Union, Sweden plans to study the role of the EU’s yet-to-be-deployed military battle groups, Sweden’s ambassador to France said on Wednesday.