Khaled Harara, a rapper from Palestine, was unable to perform openly in his home country due to government persecution. In Sweden, not only is he finally able to express himself through music, but he is helping others in conflict zones to do the same thing.
A hospital has become the first in Sweden – and possibly in the world – to score an official LGBTQ certification, according to the association for gay, bisexual and transgender rights behind the stamp.
UPDATED: Sweden's Right Livelihood Award, famous for its controversial laureates including whistleblower Edward Snowden, will no longer be handed out in parliament.
Nine out of ten Swedes believe that it would hurt the European Union if its closest ally Britain left.
Two Swedes who caught the man found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman at Stanford University have spoken for the first time of the heroic act.
Swedes are amused and confused in equal measures by Uefa's attempt to help international viewers pronounce Swedish names at Euro 2016.
Up to 800 pilots in Norway and Sweden could go on strike by the end of the week.
Angry Swedish commuters have complained of spending time in stationary trains despite no ID checks being carried out.
A new study suggests that a willingness to get children vaccinated in Sweden is keeping childhood diseases under control.
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