OPINION Governmental agencies are promoting ‘Swedish leadership’ as the country's latest export sensation, although its unlikely to succeed, Finnish professor Alf Rehn writes.
The Roskilde rock festival in Denmark has given $373,000 to humanitarian organisation DanChurchAid to fund climate projects in Malawi.
Hundreds of Swedish Volvo-owners have been left by the side of the road as their V70 Flexifuel suddenly dies by the heat.
Hundreds of traffic lights in the German city of Hamburg stopped working after a power cut caused by an incident at a nuclear power station, run by Swedish Vattenfall.
Finland put an end to Estonia's 11-year reign and took gold and bronze on Saturday at the annual Wife-Carrying World Championships.
Sweden, the current holder of the European Union presidency, summoned Iran's ambassador Friday as part of a coordinated EU protest over the detention of British embassy employees in Tehran.
Two freight ships carrying raw uranium and methanol collided Friday in a strait between Sweden and Denmark.
Swedish Arise Windpower, with chairman PG Gyllenhammar, has signed a $187 million contract with General Electrics.
Swedish Ericsson has landed contracts with the three telecom operators in China to provide fixed broadband access.
Arne Sörensen, a retired Danish doctor with the looks of a British lord, flips through thousands of pages of notes scribbled over 50 years of research and issues his diagnosis: Napoleon died of a kidney disease.
People who live alone in middle age face nearly double the risk of developing cognitive problems in later life compared with married or cohabiting counterparts, according to a Swedish study.
All EU countries with embassies in Honduras have withdrawn their ambassadors following the coup last weekend that ousted President Manuel Zelaya.
The skimming attacks against Shell’s gas stations in Sweden are swelling as more people report money missing on their credit card accounts.
Sweden kicked off its six-month European Union presidency Wednesday amid fears the bloc's unresolved institutional woes may overshadow its priorities of tackling climate change and the economic crisis.
Joost, an online video portal founded by Swedish Niklas Zennström which has failed to live up to the buzz surrounding its launch, has announced a management shakeup and layoffs.