A 25-year-old man was found bleeding heavily from stab wounds on Saturday morning on the streets of posh Stockholm suburb Lidingö.
Swedish fast food restaurant chain MAX has decided to let a people´s vote decide whether they bow into pressure from Uefa and McDonald´s to close during the under 21s European Championships in Borås next year.
Siemens appears to be backing away from huge job cuts in Germany announced earlier this month, according to a report in the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
Germany should not expect Barack Obama’s visit to Germany next week to be a cure-all for ills domestic or international, a US expert has warned.
When rescue services arrived to put out a car fire in a wood in Skåne, southern Sweden, on Friday evening, they discovered a body in the cindered car.
Around 3,000 British soldiers are leaving their garrison in Osnabrück, marking the historic departure with a farewell parade on Saturday.
Die Linke, the left-wing party surrounding Oskar Lafontaine, could make it into the Bavarian state government in the September elections, according to a new poll.
Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson announced Friday it was cutting 2,000 jobs worldwide after reporting an operating loss in the second quarter due to difficult market conditions and the global economic slowdown. "We're going to cut 2,000 jobs within a year all over the world, out of 12,000 employees," spokeswoman Susanne Andersson told AFP news services.
An 87-year-old man died after a home nurse mistakenly gave him six times the dose for his Alzheimer medicine.
Spain’s National Court will try four men accused of working worked as guards at Nazi concentration camps in Austria and Germany where thousands of Spaniards died, Spanish media reported Friday.
The Love Parade is dominating Dortmund on Saturday, with more than a million people expected to fill the streets for Germany's biggest techno party of the year.