Jan Åke Jonsson, the former head of Saab Automobile who was arrested last week on suspicion of tax crimes, has been asked to leave from his on the board of state-owned power company Vattenfall.
More young Swedes are depressed than ever before, a new mental health report has shown, with socio-economic factors upping the chance of dangerous risk-taking and suicide.
A county governor in southern Sweden has raised eyebrows for serving cheap wine to King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife Queen Silvia at a recent banquet.
A 22-year-old has been remanded in custody in northern Sweden on suspicion of killing a 20-year-old woman who vanished three weeks ago and whose remains were discovered last week.
Two-year-old Haddile, who faced deportation after being abandoned in Sweden and assaulted by her stepfather, has been granted a two-year residency permit, migration authorities said on Monday, in a case that has engaged tens of thousands of Swedes and generated a great deal of media interest.
Despite Sweden's much-debated and soon 15-year-old law that bans buying sex, rather than selling it, the statute has not resulted in any convicted sex buyers spending time behind bars.
As the unrest in Stockholm's suburbs begins to wane, liberal commentator Nima Sanandaji argues that failed integration policies aren't the only explanation for why the Swedish capital has been plagued by violence in recent days.
A Migration Board employee in Malmö is suspected of making sure his mother was allowed to stay in Sweden, in contradiction to migration laws and adding to a scandal that has rocked the agency with several employees under investigation.
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said on Sunday that he doesn't know if he will stay with the French Ligue 1 champions next season if coach Carlo Ancelotti leaves at the end of the current campaign.
Swedish football fans stormed the pitch on Sunday night after IFK Gothenburg beat Djurgården in the Swedish Cup final, in a violent victory march that saw at least one flare hurled into the crowd and that required police intervention.
Rain and increased police vigilance on Sunday evening are likely factors in why Stockholm only saw scattered incidents of unrest during the night, with police stating that the rioting appears to have calmed down.