The Swedish Armed Forces have released photographs, which it claims indicates that Muammar Qaddafi still retains several fighter aircraft.
Sweden hosts the World Ploughing Championships this weekend and with over 25,000 visitors expected to attend, contributor Anita Badejo finds that there is more to this spectator sport than digging dirt.
Sweden's finance minister, Anders Borg, sees no immediate problems with Denmark's decision to increase border controls between the two countries.
The chairman for Swedish insurance company AMF, Bertil Villard, is leaving his post after the firm's owners took exception to his tax affairs.
A funeral guest in Örebro, in eastern Sweden, was recently shocked to see a hired transit van park by the crematorium and staff starting to unload several coffins, according to local paper Eskilstuna-Kuriren.
Sweden's independent school sector continues to expand, with applications for new schools increasing 12 percent on 2010, according to new figures from the Swedish Schools Inspectorate (Skolinspektionen).
After a spate of robberies by a gang of young women in Västerås in central Sweden, police have issued a warning to single elderly men to be on their guard.
Eric Saade stepped up to the plate and did his duty for Sweden on Thursday, singing and dancing his way into the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Gold wholesaler Nordiska Guldjuveler on Södermalm in Stockholm was robbed on Thursday afternoon and after a haul which ‘picked the shop clean’, the thieves are believed to have escaped with a substantial amount of money.
The future of Swedish car maker Saab was thrown back into doubt without a way into the crucial Chinese market, after a funding deal for the Saab-Spyker group fell through on Thursday.
The two Swedish IT-experts jailed for life in the Philippines for running a cybersex den say they are living a nightmare among hardened criminals and maintain that they have done nothing wrong.