The 15-year-old girl under suspicion of opening the Instagram account that led to the Instagram riots in Gothenburg last December has confessed, reports newspaper Göteborg Posten. However her 16-year-old friend is denying all involvement.
Read more Girl confesses to Instagram pictures
The former dictator of Argentina has died in prison aged 87, and a Swedish man says he has now lost the chance to look his daughter's killer in the eye.
Ragnar Hagelin's daughter Dagmar was one of the thousands killed during the "dirty war" under the dictatorship of Jorge Videla, who ran Argentina between 1976 and 1983.
Read more Father of Dagmar Hagelin says he will not mourn dictator Videla
If you expect to become a prince if you marry a Swedish princess you might be disappointed. Princess Madeleine's future husband is going to be known as plain old Mr Christopher O'Neill.
Read more No royal title for Madeleine's husband
The civil and human rights group Civil Rights Defenders is calling for a new law to clarify when police are allowed to use deadly force, four days after police shot a man to death in his apartment in a Stockholm suburb.
Read more Police's use of deadly force under scrutiny
An entire family in Malmö has been arrested on suspicion of fraud worth a total of SEK 6.4 million, reports the newspaper Skånska Dagbladet.
Authorities say the father of the family has falsely claimed he was sick since 1989. In addition, his former wife and daughter received compensation for working as his personal assistants.
Read more Family suspected of huge disabilty fraud scheme
Police in Sweden want to see a new law of "virtual rape" introduced following the investigation of several Swedish men suspected of having ordered live child rapes over the internet, reports newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. A majority of parliamentary parties are thought to be open to reviewing the law and sentences.
Read more Swedish police call for "virtual rape" law
The Court of Appeal has cleared most of the Hell's Angels who were accused of attacking a rival motorbike club's party. Last year several people at the party were beaten, at least one received life threatening injuries.
Read more Many Hell's Angels cleared of party attack
Police broke into an apartment in Stockholm and shot a 69-year old man to death.
The police say they were called out to deal with a man who was brandishing a knife, and who then locked himself in an apartment along with a woman. Police say that after an attempt to negotiate, they broke into the apartment and confronted the man, who was holding a machete.
Read more Suburban youth call for demonstration after Husby police shooting
The trial against a man and woman accused of torturing a child they believed was a witch began in Borås Monday. According to the prosecutor, the child was beaten unconscious, forced to drink cleaning fluid, and given electric shocks.
Read more "Exorcism" trial begins in Borås
Sixty-five-thousand Swedes were the victims of identity theft last year, robbed of a total of SEK 2.7 billion, reports Swedish Television news. In most cases, criminals use people's identities to purchase goods on the internet.
Read more Billions stolen through identity theft
A powerful bomb exploded early Monday morning in an apartment building in Skurup, in the south of country. A woman, who was inside the apartment when the device exploded on the balcony, was uninjured.
Read more Bomb rips through apartment in Skåne
The Pirate Party has criticized a decision by prosecutors to call on the Supreme Court to impose a prison sentence in a file-sharing case.
The district and appeals courts both sentenced the defendant to pay fines, for uploading around 60 films. But now the Swedish Prosecution Authority is appealing to the Supreme Court to impose a prison sentence, to establish a precedent about the seriousness of such cases.
Read more "Prison for file-sharing unreasonable"
Police now suspect foul play may be behind the disappearance of a 20 year old woman in Boden, in northern Sweden.
It was originally believed she was lost, but the search for her in the area has been called off. Ulf Sköld of the Luleå police tells the TT news agency Saturday morning they now believe she has either been the victim of a crime, or has disappeared voluntarily.
Two men in their 20’s were seriously injured early Saturday when the car they were in crashed into a house in Filipstad, in the province of Värmland.
The 22 year old driver is under suspicion of drunk driving. No one in the house was injured.
The newspaper Dagens Nyheter published Saturday surveillance photos of a Stockholm bus driver stealing a mobile phone and wallet from a sleeping teenaged passenger.
In was last August that 19 year old Josefine Gustafsson fell asleep on a night bus to Tyresö, south of Stockholm. At the end of the line, the driver woke her and helped her off the bus. It was then that she discovered her cellphone and wallet were missing.
Read more Bus driver robbed sleeping passenger