A Stockholm court on Friday sentenced a Bosnian-born Swedish citizen to five years in prison for war crimes committed against Serb prisoners during the war in the former Yugoslavia.
Three out of four Swedes are sober when they have sex for the first time, a new study shows.
Southern Sweden's so-called ‘dusk and dawn’ pyromaniac faces eight years in prison after the Ystad District Court in Ystad found him guilty of aggravated arson.
While Stieg Larsson's Millennium crime trilogy turned him into a global phenomenon, the late Swedish author never dreamed of being famous, his Swedish biographer tells The Local's Geoff Mortimore.
The Swedish government on Friday announced plans to invest an additional 800 million kronor ($128 million) in the country's rail system during 2011 following a harsh winter in which the country's trains were plagued by malfunctions.
The Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) has tightened regulations for hiring seasonal berry pickers ahead of the 2011 season.
Sweden’s most malodorous delicacy will continue to stink up households across Sweden if the government gets its way in the EU.
Minister for Energy and Centre party leader Maud Olofsson knew of the golden parachutes to Vattenfall bosses, several sources have revealed to Swedish media.
Sweden still fails to live up to the Council of Europe’s demands to protect the Roma people.
Nearly 70 museums and cultural institutions across Stockholm will open their doors to the public for free on Saturday in a bid to bring the city's cultural offerings to a wider audience, contributor Anita Badejo discovers.
Text message reminders for appointments with doctors or dentists may soon be a thing of the past in Sweden.
The photographer accused by the Swedish Royal Court of stalking Queen Silvia during a recent visit to New York denies that he caused her to fall and hurt her foot.
Skeletons in the collections of Helsingborgs hospital, believed to have come to Sweden through an illegal trade in bones, may finally get a proper burial.