The chief medical officer at Sweden's high-security mental hospital Säter has recommended that former mass murder convict Sture Bergwall be offered eased restrictions.
With Sweden's election year of politicking picking up speed following the holidays, liberal commentator Nima Sanandaji looks at whether the country's politicians have forgotten the difference between right and left.
Sweden's decision to welcome Bulgarians and Romanians back in 2007 has benefited state coffers, new Gothenburg University research revealed on Tuesday. The UK, the Swedish economist argued, stands to benefit even more.
David Hasselhoff, Lord of the Rings, and an old Subaru turned out to be the magic elixir that helped one desperate Swede land the job of his dreams.
The Swedish government is set to assemble a panel of foreign experts to get to grips with the ailing Swedish schools, the education minister announced on Tuesday.
Fifteen drivers have been charged for using their mobile phones after a law change last year that critics said was "ridiculous" because it neither allows nor prohibits phone use while behind the wheel.
A 73-year-old, computer-shunning man in southern Sweden has found internet fame after he penned a wildly viral letter to an online newspaper, in which he demanded that the internet be shut down.
A Swedish judge has defended his acquittal of a rape suspect in a much-criticized case in which it could not be proven the 27-year-old knowingly acted against the woman's wishes, despite her saying no.
Volvo Cars posted annual profits last year after losses in 2012, thanks to a focus on the Chinese market and a tighter cost control, the company announced on Tuesday.
An EU push to counter extremism will give member states cash to help defectors, with Sweden's European Commissioner identifying right-wing extremists as the biggest threat in the union today.
A taxi ride in southern Sweden ended with an unorthodox exchange when a driver sped off with a customer's kebab.