- 'A national treasure'.
Tributes on Friday came flooding in following the news of the death of Swedish poet and Nobel Prize laureate Tomas Tranströmer.
- Sweden's most famous poet.
Sweden's Nobel Prize-winning poet and author, Tomas Tranströmer, has died. He passed away aged 83 on Thursday, after a short illness.
- Based on Swedish Radio investigation.
The story two Swedish Radio journalists revealed in 2012, of Sweden's secret plans to build a weapons factory in Saudi Arabia, is slated to become a TV series, according to the newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
- New film out 1 May.
Swedish film director Daniel Espinosa, most know for "Snabba Cash," is continuing his Hollywood success. The Wrap reported that he is in negotiations with Warner Brothers to direct the film "Morningstar."
- Centenary of Bergman's birth.
An iconic photograph of Swedish movie star Ingrid Bergman will grace posters advertising the 68th Cannes Film Festival, which takes place during the centenary of the legendary actress' birth.
For the first time ever, the new edition of the Swedish dictionary will include warnings for words that could be deemed offensive. And in those cases, the dictionary now recommends readers to use alternatives.
- YouTube star.
The world-famous Felix "Pewdiepie" Kjellberg has been told to pay an extra SEK 92,347 by the tax agency, over a mistake in his tax return for 2013.