Ahead of Swedish Veterans Day, international defence PhD candidate Annelie Gregor lists some common misconceptions about the country's soldiers.
The German chancellor will join her British and Dutch counterparts to discuss desired European reform at the Swedish prime minister's summer residence.
Sweden's justice minister has said Sweden needs new laws to deal with slander online, saying abuse on the internet reverberates far further than conventional attacks.
A loss-making public company has come under fire for hosting a birthday party for its CEO, who arrived by helicopter and put on a dance routine which was met with little enthusiasm by his staff. The extravaganza was filmed.
A Swedish engine company risks a $75,000 fine for telling an Iraqi-born high school student he could not intern with them, because it put them at odds with US export rules.
An electric cable fault has left rail traffic from Stockholm to Arlanda Airport at a standstill. Officials have predicted that the problem may last all through Wednesday, affecting all passengers heading north.
A Swedish woman has reported the Malmö police for forcibly taking her picture when she was on her way to an anti-racism demo over the weekend. The police welcomed the probe.
The public revelry of Graduation Week is the prelude to countless private family receptions. Awkward cross-generational parties are worth their weight in gold for us immigrants, however, argues Danny Chapman.
North Korea and Japan are set to begin the third and final day of talks in Stockholm believed to be focused on Japanese nationals kidnapped decades ago by Pyongyang.
Sweden on Tuesday enshrined crimes against humanity in its penal code, allowing Swedish courts to prosecute severe crimes committed abroad following similar moves in France and Canada.
Swedish music streaming service Spotify said on Tuesday its system had been attacked by a hacker, who had not been able to access any banking or payment data.