The Swedish and British lawyers representing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Wednesday linked the pursuit of their client by Interpol to US reactions to the recent release of secret diplomatic cables.
The Social Democrats' foreign policy spokesman has denied a report from the US embassy in Stockholm alleging that he asked for American assistance to boost support for the Swedish mission in Afghanistan.
The Swedish consumer ombudsman has won a case against L'Oréal Sweden, which means that firm has to provide proof in order to claim in advertising that its face creams can reduce or remove wrinkles.
The number of newly registered Swedish companies increased by almost 30 percent in November, according to a new report published by financia software firm Visma based on figures from the Swedish Companies Registration Office (Bolagsverket).
Four experts on HIV and criminal law have called for an overhaul of the law against infectious diseases act on World AIDS Day, alleging that the duty of disclosure has resulted in a spike in new Swedish HIV cases.
Despite good intentions, the decision to introduce tuition fees for non-European students who enroll at Swedish universities may end up doing more harm than good, contributor Adam Mullett discovers.
The Swedish government has launched a "sweeping" reform of integration policy, shifting the main responsibility for immigrant "establishment" in the country on the Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen).
The history of the Amazon rainforest's huge biodiversity dates back further than previously thought, according to a discovery by a team led by a researcher at the University of Gothenburg.
The mother of WikiLeaks head Julian Assange has said that she does not want her son to be "hunted down" after Interpol issued an alert for his arrest at the behest of the Swedish authorities.
Ozone and chlorine are among the measures deployed by Östersund municipality in northern Sweden to try kill off the parasite which has afflicted the stomachs of thousands of residents and rendered the water undrinkable.
Problems continued for Sweden's rail network a day after hundreds of passengers were evacuated from stranded trains in the east, with normal service not expected to resume until Wednesday afternoon.
The global police agency Interpol said Wednesday it had alerted member states to arrest WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange on suspicion of rape on the basis of a Swedish arrest warrant.
Banning a student from class for wearing a headscarf is a violation of Sweden's anti-discrimination laws, the country's Equality Ombudsman (Diskrimineringsombudsmannen – DO) has ruled.