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A new campaign has been launched in Sweden designed to highlight the "everyday racism" (vardagsrasism) faced by Sami people in the country.
A bid by troubled Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson's new chief executive to turn the company's fortunes around will hit the company's first-quarter 2017 accounts hard.
Sweden has been rated the EU's leading nation when it comes to how seriously it is taking the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Microsoft has decided to close the Swedish branch of video chat giant Skype.
Bob Dylan is coming to Sweden this weekend for a series of concerts, but has not been in touch with the Swedish Academy to say whether or not he will use the opportunity to collect his Nobel Prize.
Less young Swedes are getting involved in crime than in the past because they are instead spending time at home with their computers.
The number of commuter tickets sold for the Öresund Bridge crossing between Malmö and Copenhagen dropped significantly in the first two months of 2017 compared to the same period the previous year.
Sweden's centre-left government has allocated another 500 million kronor ($57 million) to improve maternity care in the country in its new budget proposal amid concerns being raised by expectant mothers.
Swedish goalie Eddie Läck ended up in hospital after being sent sprawling as the Detroit Red Wings' Andreas Athanasiou scored a game-winning goal with 3:01 left in overtime.
Just when you think you've mastered Swedish, you open your mouth. Stockholm-based English teacher David Ashby describes the moment he realised his Swedish pronunciation scares small children.
Sweden is still waiting for their next Zlatan, writes AFP's Hugues Honore. Will they ever find him?
A prosecutor has charged a Syrian man with terror offences, alleging that he started a fire at a Malmö community centre in order to spread fear in the name of Isis.
Two people are stuck on a mountain in Abisko near the border with Norway.
Uppsala had its warmest day in March since records began in 1739. And Stockholm also broke one of its records on Sunday as the heatwave swept in across parts of Sweden.
A soldier has died after an armoured recovery vehicle fell through the ice during a military exercise in northern Sweden.
'What I love about Sweden is they say things straight, which isn't the case in many other countries'
The Local speaks to Francois Mauraisin, who after an eventful life in France and the UK is now bringing colour to squares across Sweden with his international markets.
A Swedish hotel chain said on Sunday it is offering guests a refund - but with strings attached: you only qualify if you get divorced in the year following your stay.
Kimmie Ahlen was once seduced by the violent underpinnings of National Socialist ideology, but today, alarmed by the spread of populism, he has a new mission - teaching tolerance to young Swedes.
Older Swedish men say they feel better than any other group in Sweden, according to a new study.
European Union leaders celebrated the 60th anniversary of the bloc's founding treaties at a special summit in Rome on Saturday in a symbolic show of unity despite Britain's looming departure.