The accidents at Japanese power plants have put the question of nuclear power back on the political agenda in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe.
Sweden's Volvo Group, the world's second biggest truckmaker, said Tuesday it was halting the operations of its Japanese subsidiary UD Trucks until next Monday amid growing fears of radiation from damaged nuclear plants.
US-based Jewish rights group the Simon Wiesenthal Center on Tuesday criticised Sweden for not doing enough to protect the Jewish community in Malmö following a string of crimes against Jews in the southern Swedish town.
A new Swedish website which challenges individuals to dabble in infidelity in order to help them cope with dull, lifeless relationships has been reported to the advertising ombudsman.
Swedish security service Säpo have expressed concerns about the safety of a Swedish imam who was recently hired by the Church of Sweden to work with teenagers at a Stockholm youth centre.
Next year's Olympic Games in London will be an occasion to remind ourselves of our humanity, writes Andrew Mitchell, British Ambassador to Sweden and FCO Director for the London 2012 Games.
Västerbotten county in northern Sweden has received a request from Tokyo to examine the possibilities for the supply of simple Swedish wooden homes and shelters to earthquake and tsunami hit areas of Japan.
Sweden's minister for education and the head of an influential teachers' union have called for a new centralised school system in Sweden.
A Swedish man has been convicted of rape after expressing his regret on Facebook.
Following the detection of heightened levels of radiation in Tokyo and surrounding areas, the Swedish foreign ministry has extended its warning against non-essential travel to Japan.
A 30-year-old man arrested in Glasgow in connection with a suicide bombing in Stockholm in December appeared in a British court on Monday charged with terrorism offences.