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A train collided with a car at a railway bridge in southern Sweden on Wednesday, injuring at least one person.
Nearly a third of full-time students at Lund University spend ten hours or less a week on independent study, a new study has revealed.
Here's a word that will come in handy on those days when you Need. Coffee. Now.
Around 1,000 workers in ports around the country were involved in strike action on Wednesday, affecting the movement of goods in and out of Sweden.
Sweden has fallen five places in a prestigious ranking of the world's most innovative countries.
Temperatures were set to stay below freezing in most of Sweden on Wednesday.
Police are searching for a six-month-old baby girl who went missing outside a nursery school in Gothenburg on Tuesday afternoon.
Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has recalled tens of thousands of cars after a potential problem in the exhaust system was found.
Police in Malmö and Lund have warned people to be wary after a record number of frauds using counterfeit 500 and 200 kronor notes.
Here's a word to pay careful attention to if you plan to drive or even walk along Sweden's icy roads.
Sweden is many things, but budget-friendly is not one of them... at least, not unless you know some tricks and tips for making your money go further. Here are the things to bear in mind if you want to save money while living in Sweden.
The remains of what is believed to be a person who died in the 17th century have been found in a building in Kalmar.
Sweden just had its coldest night of this winter, so if you were particularly reluctant to get out from under your duvet this morning you may have been on to something.
Today's Swedish word of the day is doldis, which is the opposite of the more common word kändis.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has presented the ministers who will be part of Sweden's government for the next four years.
Stefan Löfven addressed the Swedish parliament for the first time on Monday after being voted back in as prime minister a record 131 days after the election.
A cold winter has sent the cost of electricity soaring in Sweden.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is set to reveal who will be part of his new government today, marking the end of a record-long wait after a general election.
A local politician with Sweden’s far-right Sweden Democrats (SD) has left the party after making a social media post that referred to the assassination of former prime minister Olof Palme.
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has confirmed that South Korean envoy Lee Do-Hoon will participate in high-level meetings with the United States and North Korea.