A British-born woman has sued her German landlord after she was evicted from an apartment allegedly for being a black single mother, the tenant's lawyer said on Monday.
Disgraced former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has paid a "six figure" fine to end a fraud case which has dogged him since July 2006, the public prosecutor in Bonn said Monday.
Police in Dalarna admitted on Monday they made a mistake by not following up on a tip they had received about the man who confessed to killing 10-year-old Engla Höglund.
Residents of Stjärnsund in central Sweden are grieving over the murder of 10-year-old Engla Höglund following a confession on Sunday by 42-year-old Anders Eklund, who had been suspected last November in another unsolved murder of a 31-year-old woman.
A group of scientists in Germany have determined that they can predict human decisions based on brain activity several seconds before the subject is aware of the choice.
A German court has ruled that there are no legal hindrances to the extradition to Sweden of a 31-year-old German woman suspected of the murders of two children.
An 86-year-old former SS member sentenced to death in absentia in 1949 for the murder of three Dutch civilians during World War II is finally to face trial in Germany, prosecutors said on Monday.
The man blamed by 16,000 disgruntled Deutsche Telekom shareholders for excesses that wiped out their investments defended his actions in court on Monday in a landmark lawsuit.
A series of fires broke out in the town of Tidaholm in western Sweden early on Sunday morning in what is suspected as arson.
Telecom infrastructure Goliath Ericsson said Monday it had won contracts with China's two main mobile phone operators worth a total of $1.44 billion.
You might think they belong in the trash, but what according to the Guinness Book of Records is the world's largest collection of used crisp packets went on show in a German museum this week.
Fed up with thefts at his local bank, a78-year-old retired prison worker took matters into his own hands when he met three armed robbers outside the Swedbank branch in Ockelbo in east-central Sweden.
Sweden's state-owned power company Vattenfall AB has said it wants to increase its market share in Europe, but refused to comment on speculation that it is lining up a bid for British Energy.
Saxony’s embattled premier Georg Milbradt has resigned amid mounting criticism of the Christian Democrat’s seemingly hapless leadership of the eastern German state.
In his book Cycling Back to Happiness, English journalist Bernie Friend covers 6,000 kilometres of northern Europe on a bicycle in a bid to overcome his paranoia. Here, in the first of three excerpts, he describes a close encounter with moist snuff in the western Swedish town of Varberg.
The big news on Saturday was meant to be the inauguration of Norway's futuristic new national opera house, but all eyes were on special guest German Chancellor Angela Merkel's plunging neckline, German tabloid daily Bild reported on Monday.
Twenty five years on from the release of his debut album, Billy Bragg was in Stockholm at on Saturday night for a sell-out concert at Södra Teatern. David Bartram was there.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed on Sunday moves by banks towards greater self-regulation following the subprime credit crisis, saying people should have heeded Berlin's warnings last year.
Rescue workers are searching for a 12-year-old German boy on the Elster canal in Leipzig after a boat accident that seriously injured another 11-year-old boy, a police spokesperson said on Monday.
Sweden have been knocked out of the Davis Cup at the quarter final stage despite a gripping display by Robin Söderling on the clay in Buenos Aires.
A 57-year-old woman was found dead on Sunday on a farm outside Strömsnäsbruk in southern Sweden.
A 56-year-old German horse lover was caught on Sunday night after recklessly galloping through Much in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, police said Monday.
Swedish ice hockey star Dick Axelsson has been dropped from the national team after spending Saturday night in jail for drunk and disorderly behaviour, Aftonbladet reports.
An exhibition on board a steam train commemorating the deportation of children during the Holocaust has arrived in Berlin Sunday at the start of a tour ending next month at Auschwitz.