Swedish furniture giant Ikea used East German political prisoners in the 1970s and 1980s to help build sofas at a factory that sat adjacent to a prison, according to German media reports.
When Kristina Karlsson arrived back from work on Monday afternoon she found her car was occupied by an unusual stowaway.
Swedish banking giant Nordea’s decision to stop all cash handling at certain offices is exposing staff to threats and offensive behaviour, according to the Financial Sector Union of Sweden (Finansförbundet).
The 37-year-old man who claimed he accidentally killed a 17-year-old girl during a sex act "that went too far” was given a longer sentence by the Swedish court of appeals on Friday.
A police officer in Malmö in southern Sweden is under investigation after having called homosexuals a “cancer on society” in reference to a lesbian colleague who also serves as the department's hate crimes educator.
Following France’s example, offices in Sweden are now competing to create the most elaborate Post-it characters displayed in their windows.
Three employees at a company in Piteå, in the north of Sweden, have been fired and one reported to the police after posting “threatening” comments against one of the managers on Facebook.
Behind the Stockholm council's draconian "zero tolerance" policy on graffiti is hidden a rich but underground Swedish graffiti culture, inspired by the scene in New York City, contributor Katherine Dunn discovers.
Sweden’s juvenile offenders are increasingly sentenced to community service rather than juvenile detention or paying fines related to damages, according to an assessment by the National Council (Brottsförebyggande rådet - Brå).
David Fincher, the director of the forthcoming Hollywood version of the Stieg Larsson novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Män som hatar kvinnor) has changed the ending of the story
The 15-year-old Swedish boy who has been held in custody on suspicion of being behind the pre-school blast in the Stockholm suburb of Sköndal three weeks ago was released on Thursday.