Swedish Centre Party politician Abir Al-Sahlani has been forced to take a break from parliament after being accused of fraud relating to an Iraqi aid project.
The Swedish legal system failed to protect a 14-year-old girl whose stepfather, who was acquitted in Sweden, covertly filmed her naked in the shower according to a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.
A campaign to knock France off its perch and establish Sweden as the haute cuisine leaders of the world has left a bitter taste in the mouth with more than 10,000 agriculture jobs lost since it was launched.
Sweden has entered a period of deflation, new statistics show, with the development increasing expectations that the central bank will lower interest rates.
The listenership to Swedish Radio has been given a four-legged increase after animal lovers in northern Sweden hung up portable radios in an attempt to prevent the elk from slipping through thin ice.
Chinese tourists are coming to Sweden in record breaking numbers with an increase of 22 percent in just a year with many saying they visit in order to breathe clean air.
Police in southern Sweden had to resort to using riot gear in order to capture a 95-year-old man who threatened staff and patients with a knife at a local hospital.
The European Court of Human Rights will rule on Tuesday on an appeal made by a Swedish girl who was secretly filmed in the shower when she was 14 by her stepfather after the man was acquitted in Sweden.
Trains in central Stockholm were brought to a standstill after a cargo train derailed near Södra Station, causing ripple effects that affected all rail traffic in the capital region.
A lot of people talk about the Swedish Model, but what is it really? The Local trains its eyes on one of the hallmarks of the Swedish labour market, and the bloodshed from which it was born.
Sweden may be progressive in many ways, but the country's reactionary attitude toward marijuana leaves American graduate student David Olson wondering what exactly the Swedes have been smoking.
Sweden's MPs should be forced to abide by a code of conduct to help reduce the risk of corruption, urges a new report that also raps the Riksdag for lax rules about gifts to elected officials.