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German police may be near a breakthrough in their investigation of the murder of two children in Arboga after having secured evidence from the fingernails of the prime suspect in the case.
Germany's auto industry association on Thursday played down concerns that large numbers of cars would be incompatible with a new biofuel mix that the government wants to introduce to cut emissions.
Adding to recent hype about Berlin's hip atmosphere, an international study released on Thursday confirms what self-satisfied Berlin residents already know: they admire and enjoy their city.
Germany's second-biggest regional state bank reported on Thursday a massive hit from the global credit crunch and said it was putting together a €6-billion ($9.4-billion) rescue package.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday called on NATO to develop a stronger civilian component in order to better carry out the transatlantic alliance’s military mission.
This Week's Highlights: A motocross tournament in Berlin, Portishead in Cologne, and azaleas in Frankfurt.
German carmakers and Formula One team BMW and Mercedes on Thursday put pressure on FIA boss Max Mosley to resign over a Nazi-themed sex scandal.
Sweden is planning to arrange a UN conference on the future of Iraq at the end of May.
Swedish finance minister Anders Borg said he expects GDP growth of 2.1 percent in 2008 and 1.8 percent in 2009, news agency Direkt reported.
What's on this week in Sweden: English theatre comedy in Stockholm, Swedish indie pop with The Perishers in Gothenburg, digital opera in Malmö.
Czech international David Jarolim has been slapped with a four-match ban by Bundesliga disciplinary chiefs after he was ruled to have squeezed an opponent's genitals.
Swedish cheap'n chic clothing chain H&M said on Thursday the Japanese founder of the Comme des Garcons fashion house, Rei Kawakubo, would guest design its autumn collection.
A Swedish girl died on Thursday morning in a swimming accident on the tourist island of Koh Lanta in Thailand.
A previously unknown letter from German socialist philosopher Karl Marx sold for €52,000 at an auction in Berlin on Wednesday evening.
German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück believes that repercussions of the global financial crisis from subprime lending will be felt well into next year, according to comments published on Thursday.
A 22-year-old man from southern Sweden has been sentenced to eleven years in jail for the murder last year of his 18-year-old Danish girlfriend.
Not used to winning popularity contests, Germany has come out on top of a new survey of global attitudes to major nations by the BBC.
Letter carriers in the southwestern German state of Baden-Württemberg will put down their mailbags on Thursday as part of a limited strike to keep pressure on Deutsche Post.
Police have increased security around Public Health Minister Maria Larsson after she was confronted in her home by a man who recently underwent court ordered psychiatric care.
Porsche has launched a court challenge in Britain against plans by London's mayor to impose hefty pollution charges on high-emissions vehicles entering the city centre.
A truck loaded with around 50 refrigerators to be shipped to Nigeria has been stopped in a port on the island of Tjörn on Sweden’s west coast as part of an inspection by several authorities.
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt on Wednesday voiced support for Turkey's ruling party, saying a looming court hearing on whether the party should be banned could slow the Turkish bid for EU membership.
Social Democratic Party Leader Mona Sahlin is worried about her shrinking party.
Swedish public television on Wednesday aired a documentary accusing French soldiers of torturing a militia member in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2003 as Swedish soldiers looked on.