Mum arrested for murder suicide jump with baby

Mum arrested for murder suicide jump with baby

A 33-year-old Stockholm woman, in hospital after jumping from a bridge holding her 3-month-old baby, has been interrogated by police, who after the baby’s death classify the case as a suspected murder.

Leaked Apple component was Swedish hoax

Leaked Apple component was Swedish hoax

A secretly leaked picture of a screw from an Apple iPhone that has been making the rounds on the internet has turned out to be a hoax started by a Swedish company.

Five things you didn’t know about Sweden’s diversity

Five things you didn’t know about Sweden’s diversity

There are few topics that get Sweden’s otherwise lagom blood boiling with debate more than immigration, integration and all that comes in between.

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Sweden freezes Rwanda aid after rebel backing

Sweden announced Monday that it was provisionally suspending aid to Rwanda pending clarification of reports that the central African nation has backed rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Minister in Saudi Arabia ‘dictatorship’ U-turn

Minister in Saudi Arabia ‘dictatorship’ U-turn

Sweden’s minister for defence Karin Enström, slammed by human rights organizations for refusing to call Saudi Arabia a "dictatorship", has been forced to change her mind on the issue.

Dewani trial to begin after gunman ruled fit

Dewani trial to begin after gunman ruled fit

A South African high court ruled Monday that the murder trial of Swedish honeymooner Anni Dewani will start this week after the man accused of gunning her down was found fit to stand trial.

Agency green-lights state ‘hooligan register’

Agency green-lights state ‘hooligan register’

The Swedish Data Inspection Board (Datainspektionen) has given the government thumbs up to start a register of blacklisted sports supporters, as long as a few changes are made to the scheme in order to safeguard personal integrity.

Axe-wielding ‘pirate’ warned by Swedish cops

Axe-wielding ‘pirate’ warned by Swedish cops

An axe-wielding man seen roaming the streets of Östersund on Saturday was reported to the police by worried residents, before it was discovered he was simply taking part in a children’s treasure hunt.

Swedish prince speaks out on nightclub attack

Swedish prince speaks out on nightclub attack

Sweden's Prince Carl Philip has spoken out after he was attacked on Saturday night outside a nightclub in France, explaining that the assailant was unknown to him and that the matter is being investigated internally.

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Two remanded after gruesome puppy torture

Two dog owners have been remanded in custody on the suspicion of torturing two puppy dogs to death, in what is believed to have been an attempt for an insurance payout.

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Swedish embassy in Belarus receives threat

Sweden's embassy in Minsk has received a threat against Swedish nationals in Belarus, following the recent expulsion of the Swedish ambassador and diplomats, the foreign ministry said Sunday.