Bohuslän and parts of the Gothenburg region have been hit by flooding following heavy rain overnight, news agency TT reports.
- Roads closed and trains cancelled.
- Star of stage and screen.
One of Sweden's most beloved actresses, Kim Anderzon, has died.
- "It's going to be hell".
Local authorities in areas of Sweden often hit by clouds of mosquitos cannot expect state funding to fight the tiny blood suckers, news agency TT reports.
- 300 youngsters took part this year.
The Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management wants to help newly-arrived youngsters get more integrated into Swedish society, by taking them hunting, news agency TT reports.
- Third in a row for investigative reporting team.
Sweden has won a total of three prizes at the prestigious Prix Europa award ceremony in Berlin.
- Tests in Swedish, English and maths.
Almost 70 thousand people sat the national university aptitude test across Sweden today, that's more than 6000 more than last year.
- Worked for Unicef.
Sweden has received a request for the first time to treat a person suffering from Ebola, but the National Board of Health and Welfare refused, saying the time for consideration was too short.
- Dismissed questions as "hypothetical".
Criticism against Alice Bah Kuhnke is mounting following her “embarrassing” interview on Swedish Radio.