The South East of England has been hit by a bad smell this Saturday that the British are calling "The Great Stink" as the result of German pigs and a strong easterly wind.
A German publisher of a book claiming to be the autobiography of a former Eritrean child soldier which was later turned into a film admitted on Friday it contained major errors.
World renowned Danish artist Olafur Eliasson has criticized the museums of Berlin for being out of touch with current artists.
Prince Carl-Philip lost control of his Porsche during testing at Knutstorp racetrack in southern Sweden on Saturday morning. The prince escaped unhurt from the accident.
Anders Eklund, the man who has confessed to the murders of 10-year-old Engla Juncosa and 31-year-old Pernilla Hellgren was remanded into custody by Falun district court on Friday.
The German Pope Benedikt XVI celebrates his third year as the head of the Catholic Church on Saturday at a private party in New York.
The 31-year-old German woman suspected in the Arboga child murders case has been identified by the 23-year-old mother of the murdered children.
German inflation appeared stuck at a high level on Friday after Europe's biggest economy reported a 4.2 percent jump in producer prices, supporting the case for eurozone interest rates to stay on hold for much of this year.
The use of snus, Swedish moist tobacco, causes premature death, a new 30-year study has shown. Of the 10,000 men studied a third died during the period. Most of them were smokers and common afflictions were heart and cancer-related illnesses.
The Swedish Chemicals Agency (Kemikalieinspektionen) has approved the use of tiny nematode roundworms to fight the scourge of the Spanish 'killer' slugs.
Two Sami reindeer herders were narrowly missed by a falling space rocket launched from the Esrange space station in northern Sweden in the beginning of April. Saarivuoma Sami village has demanded that safety be improved.