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Swedes might find themselves in a particularly difficult position. Without having been under a lockdown or undergone a testing regimen like other European states, and with many of those infected not showing any symptoms, some will regard Swedes as having a higher chance of bringing in the disease.
One-in-three coronavirus-related death in Sweden has happened in care facilities for the elderly.
Stockholm has stuck to its guns on the country's divisive coronavirus strategy despite the rest of Europe choosing to lock down.
Risky, reckless, an outlier... Sweden has been at the centre of much debate over the past few weeks. Our Political Editor, Darren McCaffrey, asks "Why has it not ruthlessly pursued lockdown like everyone else? Is it doing the right thing?"
We went to Malmo to find out.
Sweden defends its coronavirus response by saying it's a myth that life is going on as normal.
Sweden's parliament has approved a bill that will grant the government special powers to contain the coronavirus outbreak as death toll rises
The Swedish government has advised people to work from home where possible and avoid crowded places after more than 10,000 confirmed cases and nearly 900 deaths from COVID-19. But they're finding themselves on the end of criticism for their approach.
The country continues to resist a France-style lockdown, but a spike in deaths in comparison to its Nordic neighbours might force the government's hand.
Five people were killed, including an 11-year-old girl, and several others severely injured.
Sweden has come under fire for not putting everyone on coronavirus lockdown but public health chiefs are standing firm.
In 2018 UK nationals were the seventh biggest recipients of EU citizenships.
Denmark and Sweden have lots of things in common - except how to handle a coronavirus crisis.
William Hahne, deputy chairman of Alternative for Sweden, had faced criticism for selling the masks at inflated prices.
Data from Copernicus reveals this has been the warmest winter on record in Europe. What's it like for those who live in the coldest places on the continent? We went to Abisko, Sweden to find out.
The naturalised Swedish citizen who sold books in Hong Kong that were sceptical of the Communist Party has been sentenced for 'illegally providing intelligence overseas'.
Sweden’s Armand Duplantis broke the world pole vault record on Saturday — for the second time in eight days.
The 20-year-old eclipsed his own mark by a centimetre when he vaulted 6.18 meters at the Glasgow Indoor Grand Prix in Scotland.
I personally think that the EU as a concept is generally a good thing. I understand there are frustrations with giving away power and potentially having less of a say in key issues, but I'm a believer in doing things together rather than as separate entities.
Even though it’s one of Europe’s fastest growing capitals, Stockholm plans to be carbon negative by 2040.
Business Planet travels to Gothenburg to see how one firm’s cutting edge technology is powering Europe’s growing hydrogen economy.
In spite of its massive potential, building the infrastructure for a hydrogen-based economy remains a major challenge and will take time.
The Metropolitan Police say the technology will help them combat "serious crime" but opponents argue it will be in violation of human rights.
Gui Congyou told Swedish media that the country should be wary of picking a fight with 'heavyweight' China.
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Experts are pointing to the Greta Thunberg effect after the number of passengers using Swedish airports, especially for domestic flights, tumbles.
Joleen and Craig Dudek said they were "devastated" by the loss of their son and planned to contribute $1,000,000 of the settlement to three organisations "fighting to protect children from dangerous products."