A 55-year-old man from Arvika in western Sweden believes that he may own the rights to a scarf currently being marketed by top US fashion designer Marc Jacobs.
Swedish consumers purchased more than 7.6 million computer games in 2007, spending about 2.3 billion kronor ($3.6 million).
Sweden’s rate of inflation fell to 3.2 percent for the month of January, down from 3.5 percent in December.
A nurse at Sahlgrenska University Hospital has been found to have injected a patient with a syringe previously used on an HIV-infected patient.
Sweden's Lund University on Tuesday returned to Australia the remains of two Aborigines that had been in its possession since the end of the 19th century, the university said.
Social democratic editor Eric Sundström examines Fredrik Reinfeldt's recent expression of support for Barack Obama.
Police have not yet been able to confirm the identity of a young woman found murdered in Mora in central Sweden on Monday.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said on Tuesday that Fidel Castro's decision to give up Cuba's presidency would give rise to the possibility of the island nation shifting towards democracy.
A man was forced to resign from his job as a prison warden after his parents were convicted of unlawfully selling alcohol from their home.
Swedish hockey star Peter Forsberg has decided against attempting a return to professional hockey this spring due to continued problems with his foot.
The Pågen bakery company is again suing competitor Wasabröd over the latter’s claim that it produces Sweden’s most nutritious bread.
Iraqis who leave Sweden to start a business in their homeland can receive financing from Swedfund, Sweden’s state venture capital fund.