Hundreds of thousands of people showed their support for gay rights by turning our for Cologne's annual Christopher Street Day parade on Sunday.
The German government wants to build up to 30 offshore wind farms in a bid to meet its renewable energy targets, Environment Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee said in an interview published Sunday.
The Big Meet 2008 American car show in Västerås this weekend was blighted by violence and local police were kept busy.
The Sami people of northern Sweden are routinely subjected to discrimination and their rights disregarded, a new report from the Ombudsman against ethnic discrimination (DO) shows.
Democratic US presidential candidate Barack Obama has requested permission to give an address at the Brandenburg Gate when he visits Berlin later this month, according to German media reports.
German coffee maker and retailer, Tchibo, is testing a new format involving larger stores with a wider selection of retail goods that are stocked for longer periods.
Two Germans kidnapped from a yacht last month by pirates off Somalia's northern Puntland region have been in contact with their families, a German news weekly has reported.
The man who tore the head off the Adolf Hitler wax figure at Berlin's new Madame Tussauds on Saturday said he did so to protest war and fascism – and to win a bet.
A group of six Swedes have been left stranded in a village in the West Bank. Israeli military road blocks will seal off the town for a further week, the UN reports.
A fire broke out at the Biological Museum in Stockholm on Saturday evening. Police suspect arson.
The opposition Social Democrats have pledged that they will halve the cost of unemployment insurance (a-kassa) if they win the next election.