It may seem obvious that a robber’s loot be returned to its rightful owner once the crook is apprehended.
People with a knack for holding a steady beat score higher on intelligence tests, a new study has shown.
A 44-year-old woman arrested in Borås on Wednesday is wanted in Albania for two murders and two cases of attempted murder, Borås Tidning reports.
Seven members of German parliament broke off a visit to the West Bank city of Hebron after being berated and threatened by Jewish settlers, the members said in a statement on Thursday.
Six leading German economic institutes issued an upbeat outlook for Europe's largest economy on Thursday, forecasting 1.8 percent growth for 2008, easing inflation and all but ruling out a recession.
Road signs will remind drivers in Germany they are driving over a piece of history when they cross what was once the armed border between the capitalist West and Communist East starting this autumn.
A remand hearing for the man who has admitted to the murder of 10-year-old Engla Juncosa Höglund has been scheduled for Friday afternoon.
A German company called the mislabelling and sale of cowhide waste products as food an unwitting mistake on Thursday.
Germany Thursday slammed US President George Bush's blueprint on climate change as "Neanderthal" and accused him of backtracking on earlier pledges to fight global warming.
What's on this week in Sweden: Alcoholic drinks fair in Stockholm, Speedminton in Gothenburg, Angie Stone in Malmö.
This Week's Highlights: Bollywood in Berlin, dance in Dresden and a musical theatre festival in Munich.
The Court of Appeals in Malmö has sentenced Simon Lindberg, leader of the National Socialist Front (NSF) in the southern Swedish county of Skåne to prison for criminal damages, acting as an accessory to abuse, and as an accessory to unlawful threats.
A government inquiry set up to look into the development of a compulsory unemployment insurance fund (a-kassa) has proposed a 433 kronor ($72) monthly fee for the service, SVT news programme Aktuelt reports.
German MPs have called on leading television channels not to screen the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games in protest at China's Tibet policy, the Bild newspaper reported Thursday.
The German state of Lower Saxony wants to preserve a minority blocking stake in Volkswagen to ensure its stability, regional premier Christian Wulff said on Thursday.
France Telecom is considering a possible bid for Swedish-Finnish firm TeliaSonera, which would increase its exposure to emerging markets, Finance Director Gervais Pellissier said in a report on Thursday.
The 50-year-old man suspected of murder and attempted murder in the Rödeby shooting drama last autumn suffered from a serious mental disorder at the time of the incident according to an opinion made public by the National Board of Health and Welfare on Thursday.
Xenophobia is widespread among German youth, according to a confidential government study on juvenile violence.
A television film about a political prisoner falling for a Stasi officer drew angry protests ahead of its screening on Wednesday night for supposedly being sympathetic to the hated East German secret police.
It was an incredible tale of a German schoolboy spotting a miscalculation by the US space agency, proving the chances of an asteroid hitting the Earth were higher than initially believed.
A formal investigation was launched on Wednesday into allegations that a Moderate Party member of the Riksdag abused a woman.
Five boys have escaped following a disturbance at the Håkanstorp youth detention centre outside of Vingåker, about 150 kilometres west of Stockolm.