Police seek ‘red car’ as murder probe continues

Police seek ‘red car’ as murder probe continues

Police investigating the killing on Sunday of a 4-year-old boy in Ljungby in central Sweden have said they are interested in learning more about a red car that was seen in the area.

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Sweden Democrat wins damages for racist jibes

A Sweden Democrat politician from Malmö who was called a “bloody foreigner” by the chair of her housing association has been awarded 180,000 kronor ($27,000) in damages for racial discrimination.

Doc tried to trade drugs for sex with addicts

Doc tried to trade drugs for sex with addicts

A doctor from the north of Sweden was recently found to have offered drugs for sexual favours to women with a history of drug addiction.

Third person arrested for ‘brutal’ farm murders

Third person arrested for ‘brutal’ farm murders

Police arrested a 36-year-old man on Friday afternoon for his suspected role in the execution-style murder of a couple on a farm in western Sweden.

Saab CEO rebuffed Chinese purchase bid

Saab CEO rebuffed Chinese purchase bid

Funding to save Swedish carmaker Saab from bankruptcy has fallen through as Chinese investors would now rather take the company over, the Saab administrator said Friday, asking a court to halt the reorganisation process.

‘Tuna poisoning’ reports on the rise in Stockholm

‘Tuna poisoning’ reports on the rise in Stockholm

Over the last year, the Swedish Institute for Communicable Disease Control (Smittskyddsinstitutet, SMI) has seen a rise in reports from people in Stockholm contracting food poisoning from tuna.

What would Dawit Isaak have done?

What would Dawit Isaak have done?

While the frustration expressed recently by the children of imprisoned Swedish-Eritrian journalist Dawit Isaak is understandable, it's important to consider how Isaak would handle a case such as his, argues historian Susanne Berger.

Doc acquitted of having caused baby’s death

Doc acquitted of having caused baby’s death

A paediatrician charged for having caused the death of a newborn baby at Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital in 2008 has been acquitted by the Solna District Court in a case closely monitored by the Swedish medical community.

Snapping pics of sleeping woman’s breasts ‘not a crime’: Swedish court

Snapping pics of sleeping woman’s breasts ‘not a crime’: Swedish court

Two young men who bared and took pictures of the breasts of a passed-out 18-year-old woman are not guilty of sexual molestation because the girl wasn't aware that she was being molested at the time, a Swedish court has ruled.

Some A-list alternatives for your next After Work

Some A-list alternatives for your next After Work

Looking for someplace new to grab a drink in Stockholm after a long day at the office? Contributor Gwen Ramsey has some suggestions that will help you get out of your After Work rut.

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Bildt avoids Sudan war crimes probe

Foreign minister Carl Bildt is not among the initial 40 people called to answer questions about oil company Lundin Petroleum’s activities in the Sudan, as prosecutors in Sweden continued an investigation into the company's activities.

Ericsson purchase ‘speculation’: Sony

Ericsson purchase ‘speculation’: Sony

Japanese electronics giant Sony hopes to work more closely with Swedish joint venture partner Ericsson on smart phone products, senior executive Kazuo Hirai said on Friday, describing rumours of Sony buying the Ericsson stake as "speculation".