Just three months after his release from a California prison, former Gizmondo director Stefan Eriksson is gearing up for a couple of difficult battles on both sides of the Atlantic.
Surfers from around Sweden are planning to demonstrate on Sunday in frustration over negotiations on a proposed breakwater near one of Sweden’s best known surf spots.
Two police officers in northern Sweden are facing criminal charges after stealing a road sign as part of a practical joke, Expressen reports.
French police said Friday they have arrested a taxi driver in connection with the murder of a Swedish student whose charred body was found in a French forest at the weekend.
Two German teenagers spent more than an hour cowering in a tree after wild boars chased them through a forest in Frankfurt, police said on Friday.
David Landes looks at press reaction to the Swedish nursing strike.
Four of the five teenage boys charged with trespassing in connection with the incident that lead to the shooting of a 15-year-old boy in Rödeby have been sentenced to community service.
Deutsche Bank, the biggest German bank, said on Friday it would be interested in acquiring the German activities of Citigroup if the US banking giant wanted to sell them.
German airline Lufthansa has decided to exercise an option to take a majority stake in British carrier BMI, Lufthansa finance director Stephan Gemkow said on Friday.
Berliners this Sunday will head to the polls to have their say on the planned closure of the city’s historic Tempelhof airport. Naomi Kresge looks at the controversy dividing the city.
Swedish-Finnish telecommunications operator TeliaSonera, currently being eyed as a possible acquisition target by France Telecom, reported on Friday strong first-quarter results, beating analysts' expectations.
Germany will delay opening the country's borders to cheap labour from eastern Europe until 2011, the newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported on Friday.
A former German Luftwaffe pilot said Friday he had returned to England to apologize for bombing a city during World War II.
Volvo, the world's number two heavy duty truck manufacturer, on Friday posted strong first-quarter profits boosted by heightened demand in all markets except North America.
A German woman suspected of killing two young children in Arboga in central Sweden is to be surrendered to Swedish authorities, prosecutors in Germany told news agency TT.
A German woman suspected of killing two young children in Arboga in central Sweden is to be surrendered to Sweden, prosecutors in Germany told news agency TT.
Swedish telecom infrastructure group Ericsson reported on Friday a dramatic fall in first-quarter net profits compared to the equivalent figure last year, but the result beat expectations and sent its share price soaring.
Bayern Munich defender Lucio headed into his own net to give Zenit St Petersburg a crucial away goal and leaving Thursday night's first-leg UEFA Cup semifinal a 1-1 draw.
Members of trade union Verdi began voting on Friday on whether to begin an unlimited strike at the Deutsche Post.
No one has the right to obstruct right-wing extremists from passing out literature at schools, Sweden’s Chancellor of Justice has ruled.
German tax investigators are planning new raids in two weeks on people suspected of dodging taxes by hiding their money in Liechtenstein, according to a report on Friday from the newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung.
It is painstaking work, almost a labour of love, but help is close for the nine people who have spent years sticking together millions of pieces of paper to decipher the workings of East Germany's once-feared Stasi secret police.
The opposition parties have increased their opinion poll lead over the governing Alliance parties.
In two new ground breaking decisions, Sweden’s Migration Board has taken a harder line when judging asylum cases involving children