Sweden is growing faster than ever. Record high immigration has sent population figures soaring, according to Statistics Sweden (Statistiska Centralbyrån), with the country soon expected to have more men than women for the first time in history.
UPDATED: Swedish police have arrested a woman on suspicion of keeping her three adult daughters locked up amid media reports that they were confined for at least a decade.
Afrodites Apotek, a famous sex shop in on Stockholm's hipster island Södermalm has been targeted by anti-pornography campaigners complaining about the sale of Fifty Shades of Grey S&M merchandise in the store.
A Swedish town’s snub of a statue depicting a lady lashing out at a Nazi supporter with her purse has sparked a creative protest.
Police in Sweden are helping authorities in Norway who are investigating a young Norwegian woman who is understood to have been trained by an extremist group in Syria and could be plotting a terror attack.
Sweden is in the spotlight for failing to introduce a digital database to help airlines share passenger lists with police, despite EU regulations dating back to 2004, which call for the automatic transfer of customer information.
A new law to allow Swedish authorities to confiscate the passports of Swedes who are known to have fought alongside extremists in Syria or Iraq is being drafted by the government.
Stockholm is preparing to party like it's 1922, songwriters are streaming into Gothenburg and Umeå is feasting on folk music this week. Here's our pick of activities across the country over the next seven days.
Tired of being passed over for Sweden’s most prestigious prize? You can buy your own later this month when a Nobel award goes up for sale later this month, only the fifth time in history that a prize has been put forward for auction.
In the event of an attack, Sweden and Finland could go to war together. That is the extreme scenario made possible by a new defence cooperation agreement between the two countries.