Söderling rockets into French Open final

Söderling rockets into French Open final

Robin Söderling blasted his way past Tomas Berdych into the French Open final on Friday.

SAS sells 49 percent stake in Estonian Air

SAS sells 49 percent stake in Estonian Air

SAS has reached an agreement with the Estonian government to sell its 49 percent stake in Estonian Air.

Moderates pledge to uphold job security law

Moderates pledge to uphold job security law

The Moderate Party has pledged to uphold Sweden's generous employment security laws (Lagen om anställningsskydd, LAS), despite its Alliance partners' wishes to make fundamental reforms.

Interview: How a Swedish model exposed Goa’s drug dealing cops

Interview: How a Swedish model exposed Goa’s drug dealing cops

Swedish model Lucky Mångårda Amori went to Bollywood to act, but first she directed a real-life Indian crime drama. Paul O’Mahony meets the former reality TV show contestant who trained a camera on the police and captured corruption on an epic scale.

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Man held after Migration Board hostage drama

A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault after two people were taken hostage during an attempted break out at the Migration Board (Migrationsverket) detention centre in Ljungaskog in southern Sweden on Friday.

Sweden Democrats decry secular school song

Sweden Democrats decry secular school song

The far-right Sweden Democrats have proposed forcing schools to offer a church service sing-song at the end of term, expressing concern over the secular trend among Swedish schools.

Snow cover sets new winter record

Snow cover sets new winter record

Summer has been a long time coming for Storlien-Visjövalen ski resort in central Sweden, near the Norwegian border, where the last of the snow only melted away on Wednesday.

Bungee jumping ‘killed off’ by new safety rules

Bungee jumping ‘killed off’ by new safety rules

Strict new safety rules could spell the end of bungee jumping in Sweden, companies who organize the activity have warned.

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Anti-piracy law test case ‘on its way’ to EU Court

The first case tried since the passage of Sweden's anti-file sharing law (Ipred) in April 2009 looks destined for the EU Court of Justice after a ruling by the Supreme Court.

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Study: Low IQ linked to suicide risk

A study involving a million Swedish men has shown that there is a higher risk of attempted suicide later in life among those with lower IQ at the age of 18.

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Man drops trousers in foiled pharmacy heist

A 40-year-old man has been charged over a bungled raid on a Malmö pharmacy which left him with his pants down after he fell into a bush with the loot, only to be caught on film by a passer-by.

Social Democrat slide continues: poll

Social Democrat slide continues: poll

The Social Democrats have continued their election year slide in the opinion polls and are now smaller than the Moderate Party and under 30 percent for the first time in a Demoskop poll.