A high-speed car chase in Gothenburg ended in a crash when police collided with three suspected robbers and one car skidded into a ditch filled with water.
Iranian human-rights activists have urged Swedish politicians and football fans to boycott Tuesday’s match at Stockholm’s Friends Arena in protest against Iran's ban on women in public stadiums.
Negotiations over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will not be completed until 2017, EU Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström tells Swedish Radio.
Sunday evening and night bring rain and some sleet to southern and central Sweden. Snow is predicted for the north. On Monday, it will be mostly rainy, with partially clear skies in parts of the north. Monday's temperatures should range from plus five degrees Celsius in the south to minus five in the northern mountain region.
Temperatures at 5 p.m. (in degrees Celsius):
- Stockholm: 3
- Gothenburg: 7
- Malmö: 9
- Kiruna: -2
On sunday, the sun rose over Stockholm at 6:24 a.m. with sunset at 7:22 p.m.
Support for the Christian Democrats continues to dwindle despite major media exposure recently when the party nominated Ebba Busch Thor, 28, as its new leader.
Five out of eight parties in the Swedish parliament have voted against spontaneous dancing at bars as the Liberal Party failed to pass a motion to get rid of dance permits.
Trade, the economy and the environment were on the agenda when Sweden’s prime minister Stefan Löfven met China’s president Xi Jinping on Saturday, but the two leaders also discussed human rights, Löfven said.
Sweden’s state-funded National Museum is renegotiating its sponsorship deal with BMW after facing criticism for vowing to promote a positive image of the German car maker and to refrain from portraying its product in a negative light, Swedish Radio reports.
The state-run National Museum has signed a sponsorship deal with BMW which stipulates that the museum must promote a positive image of the German car maker, newspaper Svenska Dagbladet reports.
An unusual goal by star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic helped Sweden achieve a 2-0 win over Moldova in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Chisinau on Friday.
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Sweden will soon return to Stockholm, Minister for Foreign Affairs Margot Wallström confirmed Saturday, more than two weeks after the ambassador was recalled amid a diplomatic row over human rights.
Three Swedish MPs met NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in Moscow on Friday. The conversation was about Snowden's views on mass surveillance, reports SVT News.
Tributes on Friday came flooding in following the news of the death of Swedish poet and Nobel Prize laureate Tomas Tranströmer.
Sweden's Nobel Prize-winning poet and author, Tomas Tranströmer, has died. He passed away aged 83 on Thursday, after a short illness.
Despite a plummeting oil price, it could become more expensive to fill up your tank in Sweden starting next year as the government wants to raise the fuel tax by SEK 0.4, Swedish Radio News reports.
Swedish dairy farmers worry that the milk market will get even tougher once the EU milk quotas are lifted next week and that their high production costs will put them at a disadvantage, Swedish Radio News reports.
Radio Sweden's special guest this week, went from selling advent calendars door to door as a little boy growing up in the Stockholm suburb of Akalla, to becoming a real estate mogul in New York, selling property to celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Sarah Jessica Parker.
For the first time since the mid-1700's there are now more men than women in Sweden, according to fresh figures from Statistics Sweden.
A Stockholm hospital will begin using an ambulance dedicated solely to psychiatric emergencies, such as someone threatening to commit suicide.