What’s on in Sweden: Tango with Superheroes in Stockholm, tickle cockroaches in Gothenburg and Blame it on the Stones in Malmö.
Polish authorities investigating possible Swedish ties to the theft of the Auschwitz “Arbeit Macht Frei” sign planned to formally ask for help from the Swedish justice ministry, the Polish justice ministry said on Wednesday.
The value of the Swedish state's stock portfolio grew by 55 billion kronor ($7.66 billion) in 2009, putting its current value slightly higher than it was in early 2007 before the financial crisis hit.
General Motors (GM) has extended its December 31st deadline for the sale of Saab Automobile, according to a Saab official. Meanwhile, Swedish unions have turned to Washington for help in urging GM to sell the Swedish automaker.
A pensioner from Värnamo in south central Sweden has been fined 3,000 kronor ($420) on assault charges by a Swedish court for slapping a 12-year-old boy who called him an old fart (‘gubbjävel’).
Swine flu beat out both the June death of Michael Jackson and the Stockholm helicopter heist in September as the top Swedish news story of 2009, according to a new study.
New research at Sahlgrenska Academy in Gothenburg in western Sweden might be an important step towards creating a vaccine against ulcers and stomach cancer.
A dentist from Gothenburg in western Sweden has been reported for malpractice by a patient who claims he had the same teeth repaired dozens of times.
An 18-year-old woman has died after being found severely beaten in the Hjällbo district of Gothenburg in western Sweden early Wednesday morning, prompting a massive police response to hunt down the woman's killer.
An elderly gentleman in central Sweden was swindled out of his life savings by a fraudulent email claiming he had won £450,000 ($715,000).
A lack of available affordable accommodation or poor personal finances prevent many young Swedes from packing their bags and moving out, much to the dismay of their parents.