Sweden's justice minister has ordered a structural review to find out how the judiciary first felled then cleared "serial killer" Thomas Quick of eight murders, in the landmark legal case which took a final twist on Wednesday.
It's that time of the year again. Stockholm residents are finding their spare rooms and couches taken up by friends and family, keen to explore the capital. But what exactly should you show a first-time visitor?
A Swedish expedition has set off to Africa in the hopes of finding out why a group of Swedes were never heard from again after they moved to Angola in the 1800s.
Sweden's father-and-sons burger empire Max raked home 126 million kronor ($19.2 million) after tax last year, as the chain of fast-food joints continues to increase its revenue by around 10 percent annually.
Swedish prosecutors have discarded the eighth and final murder charge against the self-confessed serial killer and cannibal Thomas Quick, who in 2008 recanted his alleged participation in a series of brutal killings.
Sture Bergwall, better known as self-confessed serial killer Thomas Quick, took to his blog on Wednesday from the inside of his psychiatric detention to comment on being cleared of an eighth and final murder charge.
The low-frequency sounds from car tyres put drivers at risk of dozing off, a new Swedish study has found, with researchers experimenting with buffing down asphalt as 20 percent of Sweden's road accidents are related to tiredness.
Sweden's LGBT community gathered for a muffled rooftop party on Tuesday to kick off a week of debates and celebrations in the capital, not letting the Baltic storm pounding the country's east coast get in the way of a bit of dancing.
Municipal landlords in western Sweden have been keeping notes on tenants' lifestyles and habits, with some annotations potentially in breach of Sweden's privacy laws.
Attacks against Jews in Malmö, Sweden's third largest city, have left members of the community questioning their future in a place known for its multiculturalism.
Stockholm is the quickest growing capital in Europe but across the paradoxically sparsely populated country, near half of local authorities are struggling to provide housing. Time for reform, argue conservative MPs Oskar Öholm and Henrik von Sydow.