Despite a common position by parties in the ruling Alliance government, the parliamentary commission on climate policy failed to find agreement on an emissions reduction goal.
A "vast majority" of EU nations are likely to recognize Kosovo in "one form or another" over the next month, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said Monday.
Review roundup offers a quick glance at whether the Swedish papers have panned or praised the latest movie releases.
Police suspect that a young woman found dead at a building site in Mora on Monday may have been murdered.
Iraq will take back asylum seekers rejected by Sweden, according to a deal signed in Baghdad on Monday that clears the way for forced deportations of Iraqis from the Scandinavian country, the Swedish government said.
A delegation of Australian wool growers is on its way to Stockholm in the hopes of getting Swedish retailer H&M to back off a decision to stop sourcing wool from Australia.
Carolina Klüft has again hinted that she might abandon her attempt to defend her Olympic heptathlon title in August in order to concentrate solely on a single event at the Beijing Games.
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While Sweden usually ranks close to the top globally in matters of gender equity, a new study reveals an exception in the case of entrepreneurs.
The government has said it wants to discard the ban on prison sentences for those with serious psychological problems.
A new opinion poll has provided food for thought for both Fredrik Reinfeldt and Mona Sahlin as voters lose confidence in the government and the opposition.
Sweden's ministers for education and integration have announced far-reaching plans to improve the quality of language courses offered to immigrants.
Emotions ran high in many Swedish towns on Sunday as the country's Kosovar Albanian population celebrated Pristina's unilateral declaration of independence.