A high level Green party official working close to Sweden's new education minister, Gustav Fridolin, was forced out after just two days on the job, because the Swedish Intelligence Service deemed the person as a security risk.
Despite all parties saying they will shut out the xenophobic Sweden Democrat party, some locals with the conservative Moderate Party are willing to cooperate on some issues.
Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison by a Danish court.
- 31 oktober kl 15:05
Shockholm and the Halloween parade
It`s Halloween and for American Bill Schacht, the ghosts and ghouls are a big deal and he missed the celebrations that take place back home every year. So he did something about it and created Shockholm, three days of all things Halloween in the capital, culminating in a parade through town on Saturday. Radio Sweden met him in the pumpkin carving tent in the King`s Garden, Stockholm.
Halloween is not widely celebrated in Sweden but a festival this weekend is trying to bring some of the spooky fun to Stockholm.
The youth wing of the conservative Moderate Party wants Anna Kinberg Batra as the next leader of their party.
A German state government wants a swift answer from the Swedish government on whether it will force Vattenfall to close its polluting coal plants.
A species of endangered green-spotted toad has decided to set up home in the southern city of Malmö, losing the local council SEK 6 million every year.
- (17 min)31 oktober kl 13:03
Photo Journalist Hasse Persson.
Well-known Swedish photo journalist Hasse Persson covered America for Expressen for almost 25 years during some of the country`s most turbulent times. For three years, he was given access to Studio 54, perhaps the most famous nightclub in the world, known for its sex, drugs and disco. His pictures from that time have been released in a book, Studio 54. He joined Dave Russell, as Radio Sweden`s Friday guest.
Hasse Persson, one of Sweden's most well-known photographers, has released a book and exhibition of his work covering America's most outrageous and famous nightclub, Studio 54.
Sweden is painting a false picture of discrimination in its report to the UN, says a human rights group.
A loophole may allow the Migration Board to make sure fewer asylum seekers end up in small municipalities with overstretched resources.
- 31 oktober kl 14:02
Israel recalls its ambassador over recognition of Palestine
Israel recalled its ambassador to Sweden last night to protest the government`s recognition of a Palestinian state. Israel was quick to condemn Sweden`s announcement and said Ambassador Isaac Bachman`s leave would be "indefinite". Reporter: Frank Radosevich.
Israel has removed its ambassador from Sweden and is considering downgrading diplomatic relations, reports Israeli paper Haaretz.
A policewoman caught on video repeatedly striking a drunk man in central Stockholm has been acquitted, news agency TT reports.
Provocateur and Swedish street artist Dan Park had his sentence reduced from 10 to 5 months in prison for his crimes of incitement to racial hatred.
Sweden may see another licensed wolf hunt this winter, news agency TT reports, after the Environmental Protection Agency has given the controversial practice a green light for central Sweden.
The opposition parties in Sweden were critical of the government's recognition of a Palestinian state on Thursday, claiming it had acted in haste.
The co-founder of file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, was convicted by a Danish court Thursday for hacking.
Swedish basketball player Jeffery Taylor pleaded guilty in a US court on Wednesday to domestic violence charges after he pushed his girlfriend at a hotel in September.
The costs of public transport in Sweden is outstripping the number of passengers who use it, according to a review by the weekly newspaper Dagens Samhälle.
State owned energy company Vattenfall reported on Thursday a third quarter operating loss of nearly SEK 20 billion, dragged down by low demand and electricity prices.
Despite increased policing, gun violence continues on the streets of Sweden's three largest cities, Swedish Radio News reports.