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Protesters gathered outside Nobel-awarding body the Swedish Academy's headquarters on Thursday. They wore pussy bow blouses to show their support for recently-ousted permanent secretary Sara Danius.
Nine out of ten Swedes are positive about having CCTV cameras in public places, a new survey by Lund University shows.
The Swedish government is considering further increasing the punishments for weapons crimes in the country in an effort to decrease the number of illegal weapons in circulation.
Exercising after a heart attack may help stave off death for longer, Swedish researchers said in a new study.
Swedish food writer John Duxbury provides some inspiration with his simple recipe for delicious salmon in saffron sauce.
Plans for a virtual reality tour featuring all four members of Abba will include a televised tribute, Abba member Björn Ulvaeus has revealed.
Get your sunglasses out, it's time to invite your friends over for a BBQ. But be careful before you light the fire.
Moving to another country for work is an adventure and a privilege, but also a risk. Sometimes things don't go according to plan and however meticulously you prepared for your life overseas, you could get thrown a curveball, like losing the job that brought you here. The good news is that even as a non-Swedish citizen, you have certain rights when you become unemployed in Sweden, and there are systems in place to smooth things over for you. We've gathered all the information you're going to need to get back on your feet.
Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic may be teasing fans that he could feature at this year's World Cup, but as far as national coach Janne Andersson is concerned it is not likely.
A man was arrested in Stockholm on Sunday after bangers were thrown at the US embassy during a protest by neo-Nazi group the Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR).
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The Swedish Schools Inspectorate (Skolinspektionen) says there are several failings in the country's Swedish for Immigrants (SFI) courses including a lack of competent teachers.
Staff shortages at Sweden's police mean some officers have been unable to leave their workplace and take part in six-day training courses designed to help them in conflict situations including anti-terror operations.
After a week of bitter acrimony over Syria, UN Security Council ambassadors are heading to a farmhouse in southern Sweden for a retreat to try to break the deadlock over how to end the war.
There's so much to do in Stockholm's central districts that you can easily forget to see anything else of the city. Yet from innovative art to luscious green spaces, there's plenty going on in the capital's thriving suburbs.
A man at the centre of one of Iceland's biggest computer heists broke out of prison and is believed to have fled to Sweden – on the same flight as the Icelandic prime minister.
Sweden's governing party the Social Democrats on Wednesday vowed to tighten labour immigration rules if they win the election in September.
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In the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU, Sweden reported an immediate rise in citizenship applications from British residents. Here's how many Brits applied for and received citizenship in Sweden in the first months of 2018, almost two years on from the Brexit referendum.