Sweden likely to drop suicide bombing probe

Sweden likely to drop suicide bombing probe

The investigation into the 2010 terror attack in central Stockholm will likely be dropped next year, according to prosecutor Agneta Hilding Qvarnström.

Leg-crossing Swedish ambassador angers Iran

Leg-crossing Swedish ambassador angers Iran

Sweden's newly appointed ambassador in Tehran has reportedly upset Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - by crossing his legs during a meeting.

Botched burial causes Swedish family grief

Botched burial causes Swedish family grief

The grave was not dug, the pallbearers never showed up, the church bells were broken and the priest suggested that the deceased woman should be cremated instead of buried, leaving one Falun family upset and confused at the lack of coordination between the church and the undertaker.

New finding could help Parkinson’s patients

New finding could help Parkinson’s patients

Swedish scientists may have discovered a way of stopping dyskinesia, or involuntary movements, in mid-to-late stage Parkinson's disease.

Spies in Sweden mostly from China, Russia, Iran

Spies in Sweden mostly from China, Russia, Iran

Spies from more than 15 foreign powers are operating in Sweden today, with Russia, China and Iran being the most active in espionage within Sweden's borders.

Mo Yan: no author is liked by all of his readers

Mo Yan: no author is liked by all of his readers

During his Nobel literature lecture on Friday, Chinese writer Mo Yan acknowledged the controversy surrounding his nomination. Speaking to the "mudslingers" who have criticized him for supporting censorship under the communist regime in China, he referred them to his books.