Zlatan on injury: I’m almost like a zombie

Zlatan on injury: I’m almost like a zombie

Sweden will wait until Thursday before deciding whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit to face Russia in that evening's Euro 2016 qualifier, the player himself revealed on Tuesday.

Swede’s anti-bully Facebook tale goes viral

Swede’s anti-bully Facebook tale goes viral

A Swedish teenager's post about her own anti-bullying heroics has become an overnight sensation in Sweden. Sandra Hallén posted about stopping a girl with Down's Syndrome from being teased on a Gothenburg tram.

Why high-earners should not pay more tax

Why high-earners should not pay more tax

This week, Sweden's new coalition agreed to raise taxes for people earning more than 50,000 kronor ($6,914) a month. But the decision could damage the country's global reputation, writes Robert Biojie from trade union confederation Saco.

How to get the most out of life in Sweden

How to get the most out of life in Sweden

Marisol Perez was once an international student at Malmö University. Today she's the head of the Student Union Association, an international ambassador planning activities for other students and having a blast. Marisol shares her top five tips for how to get the most out of your time in Sweden.

Team SCA takes off on Volvo Ocean Race
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Team SCA takes off on Volvo Ocean Race

The Volvo Ocean Race is one of the toughest sporting challenges known to man. It starts on Saturday, and the SCA all-female team is ready for action.

Nobel Physics Prize for LED light inventors

Nobel Physics Prize for LED light inventors

The Nobel Prize for Physics 2014 has been won by Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura for the invention of LED lights.

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Oct. 14: SciLifeLab and National Genomics Infrastructure Road Trip (Linköping, Umeå, Gothenburg)

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Oct. 9: Lecture on Argentina and its many crises (Stockholm)

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Oct. 8: Create Your Dream Career in Sweden – Workshop (Lund)

Doubts over Swedes in Isis prisoner swap

Doubts over Swedes in Isis prisoner swap

UPDATED: Sweden's Foreign Ministry says it does not know if reports that two Swedish Isis fighters were traded for Turkish hostages are true.

Push to ban Swedes buying sex abroad

Push to ban Swedes buying sex abroad

Sweden's new coalition government is trying to make it an offence for Swedes to use prostitutes when they are on holiday or working in other countries.