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Sweden has granted temporary residency to a 106-year-old Afghan woman, overturning an earlier decision to refuse her asylum.
A senior Sweden Democrat politician has been asked to apologize after he wrongfully called two teens illegal immigrants and slammed a police officer for taking a selfie with them.
Why the Swedish Nobel Committee thinks this year's Chemistry Prize is likely to have very big practical consequences.
Who will win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry? Read our live blog to find out.
Sweden's rat problem is continuing to get worse, with two extermination firms reporting record numbers in 2017. Experts say it’s time to fine more people for are careless with their rubbish in order to curb the issue.
Swedish police are having an increasingly difficult time carrying out deportation orders handed over to them by the migration authorities.
Police are still uncertain on the cause of journalist Kim Wall's death, despite the ongoing investigation revealing that she was stabbed several times.
Seven out of ten drivers in Sweden have at some point or other read or sent a text message while behind the wheel, according to a new survey.
With more than 100 years of theory and a 1.3 billion year journey involved, the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics is truly a product of our past.
The winner of this year's Nobel Prize in Physics will be announced in Stockholm later this morning.
A man in the southwest of Sweden has been caught impersonating a police officer after he made the error of overtaking two genuine officers at high speed with his fake cop car's emergency lights flashing.
Sweden is one of the countries at the forefront of bringing those who committed war crimes in Syria to justice, according to NGO Human Rights Watch in a new report.
Who will win the 2017 Nobel Literature Prize, after Bob Dylan last year? The Swedish Academy has to stunned the world with some of its picks, but, wary of its reputation, it is seen going with a more traditional choice this year.
Sweden's family-friendly approach makes it easy to enjoy culture and history while still keeping the kids engaged, writes Victoria Martínez in her monthly family column on The Local.