Danish prosecutor Helene Schröder said on Monday that charges will soon be filed against the four men from Sweden suspected of planning a terrorist attack against Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in Copenhagen in December 2010.
The Swedish media's obsession with investigating the ties Queen Silvia's father had to the Nazis during the Third Reich is misplaced, argues former Royal Court information secretary Juan Navas.
Swedish Automobile, the owners of beleaguered Swedish carmaker Saab have revealed that they are in talks with a new configuration of Chinese partners in what has been descibed as a bid to appease previous owner US General Motors.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been cleared to apply to the UK Supreme Court in an attempt to block his extradition to Sweden over rape allegations, a London court ruled on Monday.
Things got out of hand at a hockey game for 11-year-olds in western Sweden after heckling of a boy by two members of the audience triggered a massive brawl among parents at a match between youth teams from Hovås and Frölunda hockey clubs.
Former Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi wanted to pump some of the country's oil billions into Swedish football team Malmö FF, according to details in a new book.
Slippery roads in several locations across Sweden disrupted motorists during the morning rush hour on Monday, with police issuing warnings to exercise caution after a spate of accidents.
Blockbuster sales of the Swedish-developed computer war game Battlefield 3 have made it one of the fastest-selling games ever and helped solidify Sweden's reputation as a hotbed for game developers, The Local's Geoff Mortimore discovers.
More evidence presented against the two Swedish journalists on trial in Ethiopia has been faked, according to their defense lawyer, who said that his two clients didn’t know the guerrilla soldiers charged alongside them.
A so far unidentified man allegedly took photos of Taimour Abdulwahab’s wounded body minutes after he had detonated a bomb near a central Stockholm shopping district last December, according to new eye witness reports.
A man caught taking pictures of bikini-clad women and children at a beach near Stockholm has been acquitted, as the court ruled the victims were unaware of the pictures being taken until after the secret-snapper was exposed.