Lockerbie ordered by Qaddafi: Swedish paper

Lockerbie ordered by Qaddafi: Swedish paper

Colonel Muammar Qaddafi ordered the 1988 terror attack that downed a Pan Am airliner over Lockerbie in Scotland, the Libyan leader's former justice minister told a Swedish reporter on Wednesday.

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Swedish doctor charged for kissing patient

A general physician working in Jämtland in the north of Sweden has been charged with trying to French kiss and fondle a patient who a suffers from a moderate mental disability.

Top Swedish judges attend ‘poker school’

Top Swedish judges attend ‘poker school’

An expert poker player gave Sweden's highest ranking judges a lesson on the art of playing cards on Tuesday in a case examining whether Texas Hold'em is a game of skill or chance.

Malmö men robbed by nighttime femmes fatales

Malmö men robbed by nighttime femmes fatales

Police in southern Sweden are on the hunt for two women in their mid-twenties who are alleged to have targeted three young men at Malmö nightclubs, leaving them drugged, disorientated and relieved of their valuables.

Sweden lifts all Egypt travel warnings

Sweden lifts all Egypt travel warnings

Sweden has dropped all advisories warning against travel to Egypt, the foreign ministry announced on Tuesday.

Kids surf for porn at Swedish school

Kids surf for porn at Swedish school

The island of Gotland in eastern Sweden is mulling investing in filters for school computers after a group of seven-year-olds were able to access pornographic material, prompting outrage from parents.

Cohousing: it’s not just for hippies anymore

Cohousing: it’s not just for hippies anymore

Most people associate Swedish cohousing with the hippie lifestyle of the 1970s, but the updated model of communal living might impress even the most skeptical, contributor Malin Nyberg discovers.

Swedish housing ‘bubble’ about to burst: agency

Swedish housing ‘bubble’ about to burst: agency

Sweden's National Housing Credit Guarantee Board (Bostadskreditnämnd - BKN) has warned that spiralling household mortgage debt will dramatically impact house prices in the near future.

Foreign-born denied benefits more frequently

Foreign-born denied benefits more frequently

People born in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey are denied sick benefits twice as often as applicants born in Sweden, statistics from the country's social insurance agency reveal.

Secret Nobel Prize documents stolen

Secret Nobel Prize documents stolen

Confidential information about possible winners for the Nobel Prize in Medicine has disappeared from a member of the committee.

Saab’s Brazil Gripen bid delayed further

Saab’s Brazil Gripen bid delayed further

Brazil will make no decision in the "short term" on a multi-billion-dollar tender for 36 new fighter jets that is closely fought over by US, French and Swedish companies, the defence ministry said Tuesday.