Sixth-seeded Swede Robin Söderling withdrew from the US Open because of illness prior to his first-round match on Wednesday and was replaced in the draw by Brazil's Rogerio Dutra Da Silva.
A 66-year-old Swedish man died in an accident at a paper factory in western Sweden after falling into a cistern filled with hot lye late Tuesday night.
It is becoming more common for patients to document their contact with Swedish healthcare services with the help of mobile phone cameras, much to the chagrin of staff and prompting local authorities to act to curb the practice.
Beer blogger Darren Packman offers his thoughts on a slew of new beers set to hit the shelves in Systembolaget stores in September, as Sweden's state-run liquor monopoly stays true to the old saying - all good things come in threes.
With reports of cheating and plagiarism at Swedish universities on the rise, The Local's Geoff Mortimore looks at how big the problem really is and what's being done to address it.
While Swedish women are spending less time on household chores that they were a decade ago, they continue to carry a greater share, despite the fact they work as much as their male partners, according to a new study published on Wednesday.
Swedish automaker Volvo Cars has teamed up with German industrial group Siemens to develop technology for electric vehicles, the companies announced said Wednesday.
Sweden's National Institute of Economic Research (NIER) has cut its forecast for Swedish growth and sees a significant risk that the eurozone debt crisis could worsen.
The Centre Party plans to name Annie Lööf as the choice of the nominating committee to take over as party leader after Maud Olofsson.
Sweden has added to more cases of attempted murder to the suspicions against a man believed to have carried out a year-long shooting spree targeting immigrants, court officials said Tuesday.
Celtic-signing Mohamed Bangura was flattered, but not overawed, after the Glasgow giants brought him to Parkhead on the advice of club great Henrik Larsson.
The Swedish government on Tuesday announced plans to set aside 5 billion kronor ($784 million) in new funding for infrastructure projects, with the bulk of the money devoted to improvements to the country's beleaguered rail system.