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How designers at Stockholm Furniture Fair are promoting sustainability
Sustainability is a hot topic at the 2023 Stockholm Furniture Fair, where designers and manufacturers from all over the world gather to showcase their latest creations.
NATO chief urges Ankara not to block Sweden's membership
The Turkish President threatens to block Sweden's NATO membership after an extremist burned a copy of the Koran on Saturday in Stockholm.
Swedish royals and guests mingle at Nobel banquet in Stockholm
Nobel laureates attend a banquet alongside around 1,500 guests and Swedish royals in Stockholm's City Hall on Saturday night.
Sweden detains two people on suspicion of spying after Stockholm raids
One of the suspects had allegedly passed on information about Sweden and another unnamed country.
Swedish scientist awarded Nobel Prize for 'groundbreaking discoveries'
He was given the prize for his discoveries around human evolution.
Bag found at Stockholm festival contained an explosive, say police
A preliminary investigation has been launched.
Why flying electric ferries are a win-win for commuters and rivers
Sweden plans to launch a flying electric ferry in 2023 that will cut some Stockholm journey times in half.
New sleeper train links London to Stockholm in just one day
Skip the airport delays and take a scenic train journey instead. This epic new rail journey will take you from London to Stockholm in just 24 hours.
Ai Weiwei piece 'Arch' installed in central Stockholm
The 12-meter tall installation "Arch" by the artist Ai Weiwei is on display in front of the National Museum of Stockholm.
Waiters in this restaurant wear aprons which absorb CO2 from the air
A restaurant in Stockholm is trialling cotton aprons that capture carbon dioxide from the air, before using it in their greenhouse.
Cherry blossoms in Stockholm mark the beginning of spring
Thousands gather in central Stockholm to enjoy the cherry trees blossoming, marking the beginning of a long-awaited spring.
Sweden is the latest EU country to scrap all entry rules
The government has dropped Covid certificate and test rules for even unvaccinated tourists.
Sweden to deploy more police in Stockholm to tackle violent crime
At least 44 people have died in shooting incidents across Sweden in 2021, according to police figures.
Scientists discovered a planet they thought would be impossible
The discovery of one of the largest planets ever detected has shattered assumptions of how and where planets can form.
'Best music in the world!' say ABBA fans in Stockholm as new album drops
Visitors of the ABBA museum in Stockholm buy merchandise and reminisce on their own memories of the Swedish pop sensation, as the new album 'Voyage' marks the group's first new release in nearly 40 years
Prominent 19-year-old Swedish rapper Einár shot dead in Stockholm
Police are looking for at least two suspects who allegedly shot the rapper, whose real name is Nils Gronberg.
Three economists awarded Nobel Prize for using 'natural experiments'
The prize in economics was developed by Sweden's central bank in memory of Alfred Nobel.
Philharmonic fitness: new workout videos feature Stockholm orchestra
If you’re starting to get weary of the electronic dance beat in your fitness centre - a Swedish sports club may just have come up with the perfect solution: working out to classical music.
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Sweden's registers increase in infections in young people
The Swedish Public Health Agency says the rise could be linked to a recent increase in testing. Among the elderly, there was a clear drop in newly reported cases, which the agency believes is largely due to the impact of the vaccination rollout.
No evidence mother imprisoned son for three decades, says prosecutor
The woman was arrested on Monday on suspicion of "unlawful deprivation of liberty" and "causing grievous bodily harm".