A marketing campaign promoting a Swedish bus company’s use of environmentally friendly biofuels has come under fire for depicting children drinking from petrol pumps.
Sweden will send a rifle platoon of 27 soldiers to Afghanistan in the coming days, bringing the number of Swedish troops in the country to 375, the military said on Thursday.
A full complement of angels will represent Germany at this weekend's Eurovision song contest as No Angels singer Jessica Wahls said she had recovered from a virus and would be able to compete.
The German insurer Allianz and Commerzbank have put forward a joint bid for Postbank worth €10 billion ($15.7 billion), the weekly Manager Magazin reported on its website Thursday.
The government announced plans on Thursday to examine whether Sweden should implement a special training program for imams.
Sweden's National Property Board (SFV) is a landlord of giant proportions. It manages a seventh of the country's land area and owns 1,800 properties in Sweden and another 73 abroad.
You say potato, I say pot-ah-to. You say tomato, David Bartal says extraterrestrial plant fraud.
Swedish furniture maker Ikea celebrated the opening of its first factory in the United States on Wednesday.
The government is open to selling off parts of the Svenska Spel gaming monopoly to other actors in the market.
Despite being fully booked by naturists wanting to take off and strip off, a German travel company said on Thursday it has decided to scrap a special nude flight that had been scheduled for this summer.
A woman whose decomposing torso was found this week in a suitcase in the northern German city of Braunschweig died of a head injury, police said on Thursday.
In a galling mix-up for the proud residents of the German capital, Berliners will have to use a phone book for the next year that appears to belong the city's southern rival Munich.
Conservative German President Horst Köhler on Thursday said he will seek a second term in office, in a move that could create more strife in Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition.
Two contractors suspected of planning to sabotage a nuclear power plant in southern Sweden using explosives have been released from custody, police said Thursday.
The Swedish Migration Board has called in the police to help investigate an alleged residence permit bribery scandal.
Far-right sympathizers in Germany have managed to get around 20 stamps printed bearing the image of Adolf Hitler's Nazi party deputy Rudolf Hess, Deutsche Post said on Thursday.
Thieves in the south east of Sweden acted on Wednesday exactly as police had predicted a day earlier -- they entered a car dealership and stole a number of airbags.
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A search of one of the reactors at the Oskarshamn nuclear power plant has not resulted in the discovery of any explosives. Two men were arrested on Wednesday suspected of preparing to sabotage the plant.
The skyrocketing price for oil poses an increasing danger to the Germany economy, the BDI industry group told a newspaper on Thursday.
A 32-year-old woman from northern Sweden has been indicted on a charge of aggravated rape after forcing another woman at knifepoint to perform oral sex.
If you thought cycling home after the pub was a good idea, think again. A German court ruled on Wednesday that inebriated cyclists could forfeit their right to drive a car.
A case involving a chunk of wood thrown from a motorway bridge in Lower Saxony has been solved after a drug addict confessed to killing a woman in a passing car two months ago.
Sweden's parliament on Wednesday approved a centre-right government proposal to deny subsidized public healthcare services to illegal immigrants as of July 1st.
Interest from Moscow in buying part of German rail carrier Deutsche Bahn when it is partially privatized later this year has drawn skepticism from conservative MPs in Germany's ruling coalition, according to a newspaper report on Thursday.