A transformed Germany marched into the Euro 2008 semifinals after Portugal pressed the self-destruct button in a five-goal thriller in Basel on Thursday.
Two German and two Spanish members of the EU peacekeeping force in Bosnia died when their helicopter crashed in the central part of the country, the Spanish Defence Ministry said on Thursday.
Gasoline prices will remain just below record highs as prime vacation time begins in the German states of Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate, the Hamburg energy information service EID reported on Thursday.
Sweden's Pirate Party has said it will take the country to the European Court of Human Rights in a bid to overturn a far-reaching eavesdropping law passed by the Riksdag on Wednesday evening.
Is downtown Berlin the next Bilbao? Daniel Miller reports on plans for a massive creative development at the heart of Germany’s capital including a modern art museum rivalling Frank Gehry’s flashy Guggenheim.
A manager at German-owned discount chain Lidl was sentenced by a Greek court Thursday to 10 months in prison after a customer found a mouse in his beer bottle, a judicial official said.
The next generation of Saab 9-3 cars is to be built in Trollhättan in western Sweden.
A German court jailed an Iraqi man Thursday for three years for distributing al-Qaida propaganda on the internet in a landmark case on recruiting for extremist groups.
A German woman was caught stealing a police speed radar unit after it snapped her racing by in the German state of Hesse, police reported on Thursday.
A former Guantanamo Bay prisoner from China is to be deported from Sweden, according to a decision by the Swedish Migration Board.
France Telecom said on Thursday it had opened talks about whether to enter formal negotiations with TeliaSonera and could sweeten its indicative $41 billion bid for the
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt rejected Thursday the immediate setting of any fixed timetable for dealing with Ireland's "no" vote on the EU's reform treaty.
The EU's competition watchdog on Thursday approved a bid by German energy group EON for Viesgo, a Spanish affiliate of Italian energy group ENEL, and parts of Spanish rival Endesa.
More and more men are seeking professional help to assist them in coming to terms with the sexual abuse they have experienced at the hands of women.
A local Moderate Party politician has resigned over the upcoming 'Ecce Homo' exhibition in Örnsköldsvik, northern Sweden.
A 19-year-old man has been sentenced to ten years for the murder of a 15-year-old girl in Mora last March.
Star British author and essayist Nick Hornby says he prefers reading his work to Germans over his countrymen in Britain, according to UK daily The Times on Thursday.
Just 25 percent of Germans believe the EU should let Ireland's failure to approve the Lisbon Treaty stop the EU reform momentum, according to a recent poll released by pollster Forsa for German broadaster N-TV.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel dismissed Thursday talk of a "two-speed" European Union, saying the Lisbon Treaty rejected by Irish voters must be approved by all 27 members - and soon.
Two people died when a small plane crashed during take off in Östersund in northern Sweden on Wednesday night.
German scientists in Braunschweig have developed a helmet that can control model cars using only brain waves, opening exciting new possibilities for people with physical disabilities.
In the forty years since Sweden first began offering courses in Swedish for Immigrants (Svenska för Invandrare - SFI), no government has evaluated the effects of the language courses despite being obliged by law to do so.
Pilots supporting NATO's battle with the Taliban from a German airbase just north of Afghanistan are facing a new and dangerous enemy: termites.
A limited strike by Lufthansa personnel is likely to cause check-in delays at Hamburg’s Fuhlsbüttel airport on Thursday.