A Swedish 26-year-old who took a snap with a kangaroo while travelling around Australia has produced one of the best selfies of 2015, but he isn’t the first Swede to have a fetish for photos with wild animals.
Police in Gothenburg are searching for a man believed to have raped girl on her way to school in Gothenburg on Wednesday morning.
The Öresund Bridge between Sweden's Malmö and the Danish capital has seen its biggest increase in traffic since 2008, with day trippers and tourists behind the leap in journeys across the road and rail link made famous in Nordic Noir series The Bridge.
UPDATED: A senior Swedish aid worker has been suspended from his job at the United Nations for allegedly leaking an internal report claiming that French soldiers deployed in the Central African Republic have been abusing children.
In what is increasingly one of the most dangerous regions in the world, an Australian graduate of Malmö University is helping to bring the rule of law back to East Africa. Kara De Kretser explains how her master’s degree was her ticket to a career in international development.
UPDATED: From November ordinary paracetamol tablets like Alvedon and Panodil will no longer be available in Swedish supermarkets following fears that the painkillers are being abused by customers.
UPDATED: Sweden's central bank (the Riksbank) has announced that the nation's key interest rate, the repo, is likely to remain at its record low of -0.25 percent until 2016.
Stockholm’s prestigious Karolinska Institute is the best place to study dentistry in the world, according to new university rankings, which saw 13 other Sweden institutions clinching top places in a variety of subjects.
UPDATED: Therese Sjögran, Sweden's most-capped woman footballer, will bring down the curtain on her career after this year’s World Cup in Canada, she has announced.
Sweden's success is due to planning ahead and an underdog mentality, business guru Hans Stråberg says. But if the country gets complacent about competition and connectivity "we're going to go down very, very fast", he warns.
The number of EU migrants living in Sweden and believed to be begging on the country’s streets has more than doubled since last year, to around 4000 people, a new survey suggests.
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