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Police in Sweden are warning the public to avoid answering calls from unknown foreign numbers after apparent telephone scammers from Somalia targeted Swedish phones.
With artwork filling a 110 kilometre long network, Stockholm's metro (Tunnelbana) is said to be the world's longest art gallery, and it is now possible to browse some of the standout pieces and learn about their history without being in the Swedish capital.
There has been a turnaround in public faith in Sweden's police, with confidence levels at a 14 month high following the Stockholm terror attack.
Sweden's Alex Norén believes his win in the European PGA Championship at Wentworth on Sunday puts him in with a chance in the season's three remaining major championships.
Swedish satire "The Square", a send-up of political correctness and the confused identity of the modern male, won the Palme d'Or top prize at the Cannes film festival Sunday.
Peter Sutcliffe, the British serial killer known as the “Yorkshire Ripper” who was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempting to murder seven others during the 1970s, has been connected to two unsolved murders in Sweden.
The co-spokesperson of the Swedish Miljöpartiet (Green Party) said at its annual conference that the party faces its most challenging election ever.
A man who was found to sympathise with the Islamic State terror group was released by Swedish authorities even though they wanted to deport him, according to a report.
A police car crashed into a streetlight then flipped onto its roof as officers were attacked with stones and other objects during an incident at a camp for EU migrants in Swedish city Uppsala.
From traditional Italian to local, experimental ice cream, with summer approaching the time is nigh to see what Stockholm can do for its overheated citizens searching for a tasty way to cool down.
A group of 'super mothers' have told The Local how they calmed the streets of a Stockholm suburb by commanding respect from the area's youths.
Sweden is preparing for a summery end to May as high temperatures are predicted for much of the country.
Swedish police are investigating a suspected arson attack that left a woman in hospital after flammable liquid was poured through her letter box while she was sleeping then set alight.
Ecuador's new president Lenin Moreno has warned Julian Assange not to interfere in the politics of the South American country, whose embassy the WikiLeaks founder has lived in for the past five years.
Swedish food writer John Duxbury shares his recipe for tasty seeded rye bread.
Pakistani developer Tayyab Shabab is appealing a decision by Stockholm's Migration Court, which said Shabab and his wife would have to leave Sweden.
A priest who had created a profile on an online dating website deemed to be 'pornographic' has been defrocked by the Church of Sweden.
Paul Pogba dedicated victory to the victims of this week's Manchester terror attack after propelling Manchester United towards a 2-0 victory over Ajax in Wednesday's Europa League final.
The Swedish government has proposed a change to the country's migration laws that will mean immigrant workers are no longer deported for administrative errors made by their previous employers.
The American producers of a documentary on a Wild West amusement park in Sweden that provided housing for 500 Syrian refugees have explained to The Local why they felt the need to return to the park and finish telling its story.