Christine Schürrer, a German woman who was convicted of murdering two children in 2008, has offered to help Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in his legal battles with Sweden by explaining her own troubles with the Swedish legal system.
The Swedish government want to increase penalties for issuing fake bills and have appointed a committee to look into the growing problem of billing fraud in Sweden.
The Local's Susann Eberlein catches up with Gunnar Herrmann, a Stockholm-based correspondent from Germany, to learn about stereotypes and Germans' undying fascination with Sweden.
Studying at Stockholm's oldest international school gives children not only a rigorous academic education, but also a unique understanding of other cultures.
When Gothenburg resident Ola Enbågen went out to get his paper from his post box, he was gobsmacked to be facing a deer with a cactus-like growth on his head grazing in his garden.
Competition: Fancy jetting off with a Dutch celebrity? If you can use your sharp social skills to strike up an online rapport with one of them, you could soon be doing just that.
US comedian Stephen Colbert has put out a second plea to take over Sweden’s official Twitter account yet has only succeeded in making the Swedish Institute “very amused”.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's request for asylum in Ecuador will likely be turned down and he will be sent to Sweden to face sex crime allegations, the Swedish lawyer for Assange's alleged victims said Wednesday.
Ten students were suspended from Lund University in southern Sweden this week after getting caught cheating, as reports of academic dishonesty at the university continue to skyrocket.
The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) is proposing a special medical licence for practitioners wanting to carry out cosmetic surgery and an age limit of 18 for patients.
Swedish cheap-and-chic fashion giant H&M on Wednesday posted a net profit up 22.5 percent in the second quarter, easily beating expectations and boosting its share price.