Thousands of visitors thronged Nuremberg’s zoo on Saturday, all with the same destination – the enclosure occupied by Germany’s latest baby polar bear celebrity, Snowflake.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday she was ready to meet the Dalai Lama again despite the trouble her last meeting with him caused for German-Chinese relations.
A 20-year-old Malmö woman has been awarded damages after she was asked to leave a bus for wearing a veil.
Belgium's public railway company SNCB announced on Friday it will order 305 electric passenger trains from Germany's Siemens worth €1.3 billion ($2.05 billion).
A weak report from US white good giant General Electric sank the Stockholm bourse as the trading week ended on Friday. The OMXS index closed down 1.5 percent.
German officials struck a positive note on their country’s economic performance at Friday’s G7 meeting in Washington, saying there is no cause for doom and gloom.
Federal President Horst Köhler will run for a second term, according to reports in the Saturday edition of Bild. He already has a broad base of support from the parties, and the approval of Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Hundreds of Germans marked the 40th anniversary Friday of an assassination attempt on socialist student leader "Red" Rudi Dutschke by placing bicycles across the busy Berlin street where he was shot.
Swedish prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt will meet China's president Hu Jintao today in connection with a conference on the Chinese island of Hainan.
An acupuncturist in northern Sweden has been indicted under the act restricting medical quackery after having treated a baby for colic.
Western Union has stopped the private money transfers of Arab men with typical Arab names. The company gave the men's names as justification for their action.