A British holidaymaker was awarded compensation by a court because there were too many German tourists at the hotel he booked in Greece, newspapers reported on Saturday.
Germany's national phone company, Deutsche Telekom spied on its staff for years to see who had unauthorized contacts with journalists, a former security chief at the company said on Saturday.
Emergency services were working flat out on Saturday to restore order to southwest Germany after storms with hailstones the size of tennis balls injured people, killed zoo animals, and stopped traffic.
Germany's national football coach Joachim Löw has promised Poland will come up against a brick wall defence when his side open their Euro 2008 campaign on June 8.
Six hours of pain or ten hours of laughter are on offer for Stockholmers on Saturday as two very different marathons compete for an audience.
Due to the increased threat of attacks in Kabul, all German diplomats based in the Afghan capital have been told they must relocate within embassy grounds from this summer on.
Market research experts expect German consumers' hoarding mentality to take over as milk becomes scarce due to strike action by dairy farmers.
Swedish companies have indicated that they are interested in doing business in Iraq.
300 Iraqi citizens left Sweden in the first four months of 2008. This represents an increase on the 233 Iraqis who returned home in the corresponding period of 2007.
There is strong support among residents of Helsingborg for a tunnel to Helsingör in Denmark, a new poll shows.
US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice rounded off her visit to Stockholm for the Iraq conference by hobnobbing with the rock band Kiss and its star front-man Gene Simmons.