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Princess Lilian of Sweden, a Welsh miner's daughter who was born and raised in Wales, died at her Stockholm home, Villa Solbacken, officials said. She was 97.
Five young men were convicted in a Swedish court Friday of hazing a student at an elite boarding school, officials said.
Most Swedes say they are satisfied with the country's monarchy, but want ruling King Carl XVI Gustaf to step down in favor of his daughter, a poll indicates.
Spanish King Juan Carlos addressed the country's recession during his annual Christmas speech, saying austerity measures should not compromise social rights.
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Sweden's royal family said a June 8 date had been set for the wedding of Princess Madeleine to American banker Chris O'Neill.
The king of Sweden denied he thought the late Stieg Larsson's best-selling crime novels set in Scandinavia were dreadful.
The Swedish Royal Court says a recent spate of Twitter postings about the royal family are fake.
Sweden's Queen Silvia says she isn't planning a big official bash to mark her 65th birthday Tuesday, nor is she planning to retire any time soon.