Telecom giant Telia Sonera may have been involved in a bribery scandal in another central Asian country apart from Uzbekistan, reports newspaper Dagens Nyheter.
The Stockholm-based company fired four top bosses this month. Telia said that there was a "pattern of unsound business" in several countries, but would not say which ones.
Read more Telia linked to further Asian bribery case
Only five days after the new law that prohibits drivers from fooling around with their mobile phones behind the wheel came into effect a woman from western Sweden is on trial for almost causing an accident while trying to talk on the phone and park her car at the same time, Swedish Radio News reports.
Read more Motorist on trial for fooling on the phone
Police have arrested three people in southern Sweden for suspected human trafficking, Swedish Radio News reports.
The men were arrested during a routine traffic control Thursday morning in the town of Hestra. Police officers became suspicious after stopping the men's three cars.
Read more Police arrest three human trafficking suspects
Hackers stole a database from the Swedish Enforcement Authority containing information about some 500,000 people and businesses, newspaper Dagens Nyheter reported Thursday.
Read more Swedish debt collector silent about hacker theft
Stockholm's appeals court on Monday sentenced a 36-year-old Västerås man to two and a half years in prison for raping a foster child who had been placed in the care of the defendant's family.
Read more Appeals court overturns man's acquittal for rape
A controversial Supreme Court judge will work at a different body for the next few months. But the Supreme Court says this has nothing to do with calls for the judge to resign.
Göran Lambertz has been criticised for his statements on the Thomas Quick case, where a man was falsely convicted of serial killings. Lambertz says the courts did nothing wrong, and some say this position has damaged the credibility of the Supreme Court.
Read more Speculation around Supreme Court judge's future
Hundreds of computers in colleges and local government have been infected with harmful software.
Read more Many council and university computers infected
Police are investigating an explosion at Stockholm University. Just before midnight on Friday the Arrhenius laboratory was damaged. Emergency services say it may have been a fridge that exploded.
Read more Explosion at biology lab
A 13-year-old lone asylum seeker has died after fighting with another boy.
The incident happened in state housing for children who come to Sweden alone, in the far northern town of Korpilombolo.
Read more Lone asylum seeker dies after fight
The newly elected archbishop of Sweden says she was not prepared for the outpouring of hatred against her on Internet forums and Twitter.
Read more Archbishop shocked by on-line anti-Islam attacks
A prosecutor said more time is needed to investigate the double murder in Ljungsbro earlier this month, Swedish Radio News reports, with the trial now likely to begin sometime next year.
Prosecutor Britt-Louise Viklund requested an extension for a second time and now has until Dec. 30 to continue her investigation.
Read more Prosecutor gets extension in double murder case
Authorities in Helsingborg will allow a man to adopt his 10-year-old stepson despite the man's numerous convictions, including one for sexually molesting a five-year-old girl.
News agency TT reports that the man, who is in his 60s, was convicted in 2004 of molestation and is also suspected of rape, though never charged, and chatting with young girls online.
Read more Man allowed to adopt despite sex crime past
After recognizing himself on the TV crime busting show, Efterlyst, Wednesday night, a man turned himself into the police for hitting someone over the head with a champagne bottle, reports Swedish Radio News.
Read more Man admits to crime after seeing himself on TV
The Swedish Football Association has suspend four players in the Division 3 club of Gunnilse for their involvement in match fixing, Swedish Radio News reports.
One player, considered to be the ringleader behind the cheating, will be suspended for two years while the remaining three are barred from playing for a year and a half.
Read more Four players suspended for football match fixing
"Revenge porn" is on the rise in Sweden. More and more women - as well as men - are falling victim to the phenomenon. It involves the distribution of sexually explicit images and videos online, without the consent of the pictured person. The purpose is to humiliate, embarrass or blackmail them.
Read more Revenge porn upsurge in Sweden