Around 1,500 asylum seekers who have been turned down by the migration courts risk eviction from their accomodations when a new rule goes into effect next Wednesday.
A forestry company in the northern area of Arjeplog is tired of car companies using its frozen lakes as test grounds, and the resulting court case signals conflict over the Swedish traditional right of public access to private land.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic faced questions on his future today but was not willing to say whether he'll be moving to Manchester United.
How significant was the government reshuffle? Not very, one political scientist tells Radio Sweden about Prime Minister Stefan Löfven's minister selections Wednesday.
Sweden's largest icebreaker will be plowing through the frozen waters of the eastern Arctic Ocean later this summer in part to help a Canadian research team map the limits of their nation's continental shelf.
Dealing with migration as a security issue has led to a costly "border industry" and counter-productive policies, says a new research report.
Sweden’s banks are increasingly suspicious of terrorism financing, but despite reporting twice as many suspected cases to the police, no one has been found guilty of a crime.
A new law against traveling for the purpose of joining terror groups will be used for the first time as a man from Södertälje who was arrested at an airport in April was officially charged Wednesday.
Guards were called in to deal with protests form the public gallery, reports news agency TT, as Sweden's parliament voted in favour of closer ties with Nato.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven presented three new cabinet members and some shifted assignments for current ministers at the announcement about the government reshuffle Wednesday.
The British star architect has defended his Nobel Center as “a building with meaning”, but several appeals have been submitted against the City of Stockholm’s decision to greenlight the project.
Engineers, academics and politicians gathered in central Stockholm Tuesday to help diffuse an ongoing crisis in northern Iraq where a crumbling hydro-dam threatens to wash way towns and thousands of people.
A parliamentary debate about Vattenfall's planned sale of its German brown coal operations was suspended after protestors began shouting slogans at the politicians taking part.
Sunny skies and summer temperatures in southern and central Sweden Tuesday. But rain and thunder showers on their way into southern Sweden later in the afternoon. Cloudy with scattered showers for the northernmost parts of the country.
Temperatures should range from 27 degrees Celsius in the south to between 10 and 15 degrees in the north.
A survey suggests Swedes are using condoms less, and one expert says a reason might be young people's misconceptions about being seen as considerate.
A preliminary inquiry into suspected bribery regarding a rental apartment that Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom's obtained through the trade union Kommunal has been closed.
The crisis-ridden newspaper group Stampen filed for financial reconstruction Monday after facing major losses.
Workers in H&M supply chains in Cambodia and India face exploitation and abuse, according to a new report from the Asia Floor Wage Alliance, an international alliance of trade unions and labor-rights activist.
Cases of a rare and highly aggressive form of skin cancer are on the rise in Sweden, according to doctors at the University of Gothenburg.