Bus drivers from the Kommunal union and the Bussarbetsgivarna employers group announced late Tuesday night that they had both signed off on a new agreement, ending the bus strike.
For vacationing Germans, a dirty hotel room or an untidy beach is a primary stress inducer, according to new survey results announced on Tuesday. They’re also worried about possibly getting sick while at the beach or on the slopes.
Doctors in Sweden caution that vitamin D deficiency caused by a lack of sunlight could explain the country's increased incidence of autism.
German investor confidence hit a record low point in July, a key survey showed on Tuesday, but analysts skirted any recession forecast as high oil prices and the euro weigh on the economy.
June sales for Swedish clothing retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) beat all expectations, jumping 8 percent despite signs of a retail slowdown throughout much of Europe.
A group of unprovoked young people assaulted a 63-year-old foreign man on Monday in Munich. The incident comes just after two young men were sentenced for an attack on a pensioner in a Munich subway station last December.
By emphasizing welfare programmes over work and entrepreneurship, Sweden makes it harder for Iraqi immigrants to achieve success in their new country, argues Nima Sanandaji of the Captus think tank.
Swedish defence and aerospace group Saab AB said on Tuesday it will sell its Saab Space subsidiary to Switzerland-based RUAG Holding for 335 million kronor ($56 million).
Elsterwerda police had to secure their station for two hours after an elderly man who found a World War II-era grenade laid it in their yard in an Aldi discount grocery store bag on Monday afternoon.
A mix-up at a hospital in Karlstad in western Sweden led to relatives holding a burial service for the wrong man.
The Social Democrat youth organization (SSU) is planning to open a new independent school in Borås. SSU intends to test the independent schools system.
The public prosecutor’s office in Braunschweig on Monday began legal action against a Bad Harzburg man who allegedly killed his wife with a hunting bow and arrow.
The Swedish government will have to defend the new FRA surveillance law in front of the European Court of Human Rights in a case filed by an independent law organization.
Three Iraqi men were sentenced to long jail terms Tuesday for plotting in 2004 to kill Iraq's then prime minister Iyad Allawi during a visit to Germany.
A remorseful thief returned the money he stole from a bank in Ånäset in northern Sweden. The thief claimed to have been testing bank security.
German police have arrested a man for allegedly causing an intentional gas explosion meant to kill his wife and father.
Danish food group Danisco announced Monday it had agreed to sell its sugar division to German sugar refiner Nordzucker AG for 5.6 million kroner (€750 million, $1.2 billion).
Health expert for the Social Democrats (SPD) Karl Lauterbach has called for health insurance companies to “rethink” their policies for the unemployed, for whom psychological problems are on the rise.
Street violence in Stockholm is rising, according to a study by Stockholm South General Hospital (Södersjukhuset).
Germany is threatened by a “traffic infarction,” unless measures are taken to regulate heavy truck transportation, Transport Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee warned Tuesday.
The head of Sweden’s Evangelical Free Church has slammed the National Defence Radio Establishment (FRA) upon learning that the agency spied on Word of Life pastor Ulf Ekman in the 1990s.
The heir to the massive Tetra Pak fortune and his wife have been charged with possessing drugs, police in London said Monday.