Stockholm bomber trained in Iraq: official

Stockholm bomber trained in Iraq: official

Three months before the bomb blasts in Stockholm last month, the suicide bomber trained in Mosul in Iraq and learned how to make bombs, the director of the fight against terrorism in Iraq said on Friday.

Sweden’s Volvo Cars increases sales in 2010

Sweden’s Volvo Cars increases sales in 2010

After two straight years of slumping sales, Sweden's Volvo Cars bounced back in 2010 despite continued weakness in the US.

Sweden opens first-ever cinema for dogs

Sweden opens first-ever cinema for dogs

Sweden has opened its first-ever cinema for dogs so that pet pooches can accompany their owners to the movies.

‘Merge Sweden’s Centre and Liberal Parties’

‘Merge Sweden’s Centre and Liberal Parties’

The presidents of Sweden's Centre and Liberal Parties' youth wings have proposed the parties merge to strengthen the liberal movement in Sweden, but the motion has received opposition from several fronts.

Police stop search for missing Swedish prof

Police stop search for missing Swedish prof

Police investigating the disappearance of a missing Örebro University lecturer broke off their search of an area about 10 kilometres north of the central Swedish city on Friday afternoon.

Sweden gets dancing with the stars

Sweden gets dancing with the stars

Friday night marks the season premiere of one of Sweden's most popular television shows, with viewers chomping at the bit for the chance to watch an odd mix of celebrities strut their stuff on Let's Dance.

Lakes emit greenhouse gases: Swedish scientist

Lakes emit greenhouse gases: Swedish scientist

Greenhouse gas emissions from inland waters are greater than previously thought, a Swedish-led study has found.

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Doc convicted of rape may lose licence

A Stockholm-area doctor who was sentenced to two years in prison for raping a patient during "touch therapy" sessions risks having his licence revoked.

‘Saab’s future in jeopardy’: auto expert

‘Saab’s future in jeopardy’: auto expert

A prominent auto industry expert has warned that, based on current figures, Saab Automobile won’t likely survive more than three more years.

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Swedish politician suspected of war crimes

A local Swedish politician has been arrested in Denmark on war crimes suspicions stemming from a fatal shooting at a Balkan border control in 1991.

Two Swedish skiers reach World Cup podium

Two Swedish skiers reach World Cup podium

Sweden's Andre Myhrer clinched his second career World Cup win on Thursday when he triumphed in the night slalom ahead of Croatia's Ivica Kostelic.