Officials from Monaco assured German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday that they would step up their efforts to combat international tax evasion.
Schalke 04's under-pressure coach Mirko Slomka has said he will fight to keep his job in the face of internal criticism at the club after losing their last two Bundesliga games.
Hamburg might be irredeemably damp, but Campbell Jefferys finds plenty to fill the wet afternoons in Germany’s second biggest city.
The German Football Federation (DFB) have taken legal advice in the wake of the police raid on their offices under a suspicion of establishing a monopoly.
With shipping being touted as a solution to reducing the oversized carbon footprints of air travel and freight, Jonathan Ward looks at a Swedish company trying to ensure that the shipping industry's environmental credentials get a little greener.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel lived in a squat in communist East Berlin during her twenties, she revealed in a newspaper interview to be published Thursday.
Consumer confidence continues to fall in Sweden, with more households taking a negative view of the economy.
An Australian man convicted of rape in Australia is pleading to be allowed to return to his home country following his deportation to Sweden in January last year.
The National Debt Office (Riksgälden) lowered its estimate of Sweden’s 2008 budget surplus by 12.9 percent to 101 billion kronor ($16.2 billion).
In a highly-anticipated ruling on civil liberties, Germany's Constitutional Court has announced a decision restricting secret online investigations by government authorities in all but the most extreme cases.
German automaker BMW has announced it will cut some 8,000 jobs, despite the company's ample profits.
A stash of explosives uncovered in a police raid of two apartments in the Gårdsten neighborhood of Gothenburg matches those used in an attack against prosecutor Barbro Jönsson in nearby Trollhättan last November.
Green Party spokesperson Maria Wetterstrand has reversed her opinion and no longer believes Sweden should quit the EU.
The euro has surged to a record high against the US dollar, as Europe’s single currency broke through the important psychological barrier of $1.50 late on Tuesday.
A 42-year-old woman in Köping was caught by a security guard on Tuesday using a fishing line to claim multiple deposits on a single recyclable bottle at a Willys supermarket in the central Swedish town, several local media report.
The City of Gothenburg has appealed to Sweden’s highest court to avoid paying damages to two Muslim mothers who were kicked out of a swimming pool for not removing their veils.
A bevy of busty Swedish blondes will soon take up residence in a Los Angeles mansion for a new reality television series.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has asked the world's largest Muslim nation Indonesia to help the United Nations reach an agreement with Iran on its controversial nuclear programme.
A 28-year-old Norwegian man being held on drug smuggling charges was released by the Malmö district court despite having ecstasy in his pocket when stopped by police while crossing the Öresund bridge.
The Moderate Party wants to reward families in which fathers choose to work part time to spend more time with their children, and who take time off to care for sick children.
Despite a woman’s repeated calls to Sweden’s emergency number, SOS Alarm, it took two hours before an ambulance arrived to care for son.