Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström is not afraid to rock the international relations boat if the need arises.
The time has come for consumers to question what exactly is in the products they habitually replenish, writes Tammy Violet Frazer.
Sweden's new centre-left government will recognise the state of Palestine, a move that will make it the first major European country to take the step.
Sweden says it will stop development aid payments to Uganda "because of the anti-gay legislation" passed in late February.
Sweden has warned Uganda's new Bill against homosexuality could represent a financial risk for its economy as several countries have cut their aid.
From icy adventures to laid-back skiing and cool design, Sweden is the perfect place for a wintry break. Kevin Rushby starts by skating on thick ice.
Maria Westerståhl chose Funäsfjällen ski area as an antidote to crowded resorts, but finds its downhill as enticing as its cross-country trails.
The future husband of Swedish Princess Madeleine has said he is "a little nervous" about the forthcoming Royal wedding.
Sweden and other Nordic states face more reforms, a lite version of austerity forced on many European nations.
The virulence of British media hostility towards the WikiLeaks founder is now unrelenting and has little to do with his rape case.
Three Swedes behind the so-called "teddy bear" stunt in Belarus have been called to appear before the Belarus KGB.
Julian Assange's decision to seek asylum in Ecuador is "a tragedy" for the women who have accused him of sexual assault in Sweden, says their lawyer.
Sweden's culture minister has been urged to resign over her role in an event supposedly highlighting female genital mutilation and racism.
The jailing of Swedish journalists in Ethiopia is forcing the two countries to reassess their past.
Sweden's heir to the throne, Crown Princess Victoria, has given birth to a baby girl, which could help restore the monarchy's battered popularity.
Doctors say there's "something special" about a case where a man survived spending two months snowed in his car with sub-zero temperatures outside.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is set to face seven Supreme Court judges when he appeals his extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations.
Up to five companies are keen to buy Saab, one of the bankrupt Swedish carmaker's three administrators said on Sunday.