Israeli government hits back with bitter irony at Swedish tabloid.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt was to travel to Afghanistan on Sunday for a two-day visit for talks with President Hamid Karzai.
A Saudi lawyer has demanded a public apology from a number of Danish dailies that reprinted a cartoon of Prophet Mohammed.
Time is running out to agree a complex climate change accord ahead of a key Copenhagen summit, Denmark's climate minister warned.
STOCK MARKET – Actors at the Stockholm exchange are getting ready for the September race as vacations are over and new strategies are being laid down.
OPINION “If the Swedes had said ‘yes’ to the euro in 2003, they would have been much richer than they are now”, Dutch macro-economist and author Edin Mujagic writes.
Glittering jewels and other valuables belonging to the family of Russia's last tsar have been found in Sweden's government archives.
Sweden’s largest builder has landed a £61 million contract to construct a world-class cancer clinic in London.
A lawyer has sued the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet in New York following its article accusing Israeli soldiers of smuggling dead Palestinians' organs.
A Norwegian mayor has sent a letter to a British local politician through the world's longest underwater pipeline.
Vestas, the Danish maker of wind turbines which has been forced to cut jobs because of a lack of demand, has won 40 new turbine orders for three projects in Spain.
Swedish exports fell heavily during the first half-year as the global downturn hit demand and the auto industry collapsed.
A Norwegian yacht and its three crew were detained in the East Siberian Sea off the coast of Russia's Chukotka region.
Swedish search engine firm Eniro made a better-than-expected second quarter profit as online growth swells.