Deutsche Telekom's head declined to comment Thursday on speculation it was looking at buying US mobile operator Sprint Nextel as it reported better-than-expected first quarter results.
German industrial output and exports fell in March, data showed Thursday, as a stronger euro, weaker global demand and high raw material prices left their mark on Europe's largest economy.
Serena Williams booked her quarter-final berth at the German Open Thursday with her 17th consecutive win but admitted she was just glad not to follow world number one Justine Henin out of the tournament.
Schmaltzy German schlager music will take its place in musical history alongside Beethoven and Wagner in a museum exhibit opening on Friday in Bonn.
The Swedish Data Inspection Board (Datainspektionen) is to team up with the National Police Board (Rikspolisstyrelsen) in a bid to improve the effectiveness of the police's criminal register.
What's on this week in Sweden: English-language theatre in Stockholm, world famous DJ in Gothenburg, fair trade in Malmö.
A spokesman of the Dalai Lama in Europe criticized German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Thursday for turning down a meeting with the Tibetan religious leader this month.
Swedish elite soldiers are under investigation for allegedly buying sexual services from prostitutes while in service in Africa.
German President Horst Köhler called for deeper ties between Germany and Israel in a statement issued on Thursday in advance of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Jewish state.
Five bidders have paid €226 million ($346 million) for fourth generation (4G), super-fast mobile telephony licences, the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency (PTS) said on Thursday.
A family of four have been indicted for pimping and procuring activities. The main culprit is a 43-year old man, together with his sons from a former marriage and his current wife.
Shocked pre-schoolers witnessed a man skin a deer’s head outside their pre-school in Sundsvall in northern Sweden on Wednesday afternoon.
Former State Secretary Ulrica Schenström has handed in a written explanation to the government’s Constitution Committee’s investigation into her behaviour last autumn.
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Thursday the loss of biodiversity poses a massive economic threat much like climate change, less than two weeks before the ninth UN Conference on Biological Diversity begins in Bonn.
The military regime in Burma must delay its planned constitutional referendum in light of the dramatic natural catastrophe that has hit the Southeast Asian country, argues German Christian Democratic MP Erika Steinbach.
A man was found hanged in his cell at a remand centre in Karlstad in western Sweden on Thursday morning.
The Motion Picture Association of the United States (MPA) has demanded 93 million kronor ($15 million) in compensation from file sharing site The Pirate Bay, Computer Sweden reports.
If you’re looking for an island paradise there’s no need to travel to the other side of the world. Just a few hours’ ferry ride from Stockholm, the island of Gotland has it all, writes René Rice.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel wished Russia's new president Dmitry Medvedev "good luck" and said she expected to work closely with Vladimir Putin in his new role, according to comments published Thursday.
Swedish police received a tip-off two years ago that a colleague of Joy Rahman's had disappeared in Bangladesh.
A new building boom is sweeping Germany as royal palaces destroyed during or after World War II are set to rise again, writes AFP's Brett Neely.
Germany’s Social Democrats reportedly want to name the party’s candidate for chancellor for the 2009 election before this summer’s parliamentary recess.
Thibault Monnet scored the winner early in the third as Switzerland upset reigning Olympic gold medallist Sweden 4-2 in the preliminary round of the World Hockey Championships on Wednesday.