Hanna Bolander says she bared her breasts to encourage a debate over public sexuality
Pretty clever, as riddles go
'I did it because I was so p***** off. I was standing there and I looked at him, and he looked at me'
Britain languishes in the bottom half of the country rankings
Since 2000, Sweden has produced seven $1 billion tech companies, including music-streaming service Spotify and payments group Klarna
So far more than 5,600 calls have been made to Sweden
'One in 10 boys and one in 20 girls is sexually abused during childhood'
Mrs Bergström was born in 1912, not in 2012 like her fellow preschool classmates
Judge who opposed decision overruled
'We need more teachers in their native language in a situation already marked by the shortage'
Those breastfeeding should get legal protection against discrimination in Sweden, group argues
Some countries allow drivers to exchange their licences with no extra tests, but others require drivers to take another test to get their new licence
'I thought somebody would mention ‘the gay stuff’ but I didn’t think we would get those kinds of comments'
The group's co-founder received a suspended prison sentence for taking part in a neo-Nazi attack last year
Swedish embassy in London said to inform Stockholm that Sweden is 'being used as a deterrent and an argument against allowing more refugees into the UK'
'Incest can be considered unusual and disgusting, but the law cannot stem from it being disgusting'