A surveillance camera has recorded a Örebro University professor stepping into a black Cadillac owned by her colleague, now in detention as a suspect in her murder, on December 29th, 2010, the same day she was reported missing, a local newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Swedish cosmetics firm Oriflame said Wednesday the last of its employees held in an Iranian had been released.
Swedish author and publisher Fredrik Colting has settled a lawsuit with the estate of J.D. Salinger over the publication of his book, a so-called "unauthorised sequel to The Catcher in the Rye."
The lawyer of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's has accused Swedish authorities of secretly planning to extradite him to the US in a German media report.
The conviction of Magnus Hedman on charges of buying sexual services elevates absurd prejudices with racist overtones to legal precedent and shows that laws criminialising the purchase of sex need to be reformed, argues liberal commentator and author Jan Söderqvist.
Wanja Lundby-Wedin, the chairwoman of an umbrella organisation for 15 Swedish trade unions, has announced that she will step down at its next congress in the spring of 2012.
Swedish students ought to be able to contest the marks they receive in school, a government investigative commission has proposed.
The proportion of Swedish households that believe that housing prices will continue to rise has decreased, according to Swedish bank SEB's latest housing price indicators.
Sweden has appointed a special elderly care coordinator to help address deficiencies in healthcare and other services the country provides its older residents.
A 29-year-old man from northern Sweden has been charged with drunken driving despite not having been behind the wheel when officers stopped the vehicle.
China may be the largest market for Volvo Cars by the end of 2011, as the company looks to increase sales in China six-fold by 2015, according to the head of Volvo’s China operations.