UPDATED: Sweden's Minister for Justice and Migration, Morgan Johansson has been attacked with a fire extinguisher after visiting a housing project for refugees in southern Sweden, but is not thought to have been injured.
UPDATED: Helsinki-based airline Finnair has announced it is opening new services between Swedish airports in Umeå, Luleå, Norrköping and Visby and the Finnish capital.
UPDATED: A 23-year-old Swedish model has been hospitalized after allegedly being kidnapped, raped and beaten over a six month period by an Italian man in a town near Milan.
Despite reports in the Swedish media over the weekend suggesting that the leader of Sweden's nationalist party, Jimmie Åkesson, was set to resign this week, sources within the Sweden Democrats have suggested he's set for a comeback.
UPDATED: Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf has held talks with Foreign Minister Margot Wallström at the Royal Palace, with the pair discussing their country's diplomatic spat with Saudi Arabia.
It’s no secret that Stockholm and Boston are premier cities for higher education on their respective sides of the Atlantic. But a closer look reveals that similarities between the two cities go well beyond academics.
Travel chaos for thousands of Stockholm rail commuters caused by a faulty switch near the Swedish capital's central station on Monday is set to continue until Tuesday morning.
UPDATED: For the first time, Swedish dictionaries are set to recommend alternative words alongside expressions deemed racist or otherwise offensive. Some words will also be removed completely, including 'negerboll' (negro ball) for a type of Swedish sweet.
This past weekend the annual Swedish investigative journalism conference, Gräv, took place. NFGL member Natasha Dmytrenko writes about one of the most interesting seminars.
The Swedish government has announced plans to merge old counties into new administrative regions, in a bid to change a centuries old tradition that could see the map of Sweden completely redrawn.
Desmond Wong, 35, from Vancouver, Canada, designs 'user experiences' for a living and has had a few unique ones of his own at his company's unusual office space in Bromma, Stockholm.
Fifteen thousand more asylum places are expected to be needed in Sweden this year. To cope with an increasing flow of refugees, the Swedish Migration Board has more than tripled the maximum number of residents allowed at asylum centres from 200 to 650, Swedish Radio reported on Monday.