Over 200,000 jubilant Barack Obama supporters shut down the centre of Berlin on Thursday evening to listen to the US presidential candidate give an impassioned speech on the global challenges of the 21st century.
Forecasters predict several more days of warm summer weather in Sweden, but warn that high temperatures may also cause widespread blooming of poisonous blue-green algae in coastal waters.
A person tried to check in a dwarf in a suitcase at Bromma airport in Stockholm on Wednesday.
US presidential candidate Barack Obama tried played down the massively hyped expectations for his speech in Berlin on Thursday, saying he was not trying to make a historic address like JFK and Ronald Reagan.
Father of two and theme park cynic Ben Kersley explains why a trip to Astrid Lindgren’s World in Vimmerby may be just the right cure for children and parents suffering from summertime boredom.
What’s on in Sweden: July 25th – 31st. Europride comes to Stockholm, Iron Maiden in Gothenburg and Chico Trujillo in Malmö.
Volvo Cars reported a pre-tax loss of $120 million for the second quarter on Thursday, down from a loss of $91 million in the corresponding period of 2007, according to owner Ford's interim report.
When is it too early for girls to try on their bikini? Not soon enough thought Swedish clothing firm Ellos. Massive protests have forced the firm to think again.
Stockholm was hit by multiple cash transport robberies on Thursday. Armed moped robbers hit transports in the suburban neighbourhoods of Nacka and Älvsjö.
German car maker Daimler lowered its full-year profit forecast on Thursday as raised second-quarter sales were unable to make up for weaker economic conditions and high raw material prices.
Vandalism on public transportation is the worst in Germany's capital Berlin, according to estimates by the Association of German Transport Companies (VDV).
Swedish-Finnish telecommunications operator TeliaSonera, which recently snubbed a takover bid from France Telecom, reported strong second-quarter results on Thursday, but slightly missed analyst's expectations.
David Bartal looks for a place to sit down after a harrowing stroll down one of Stockholm’s main thoroughfares at the height of the tourist season.
German astronaut Thomas Reiter has called for a greater share of European resources to be spent on space exploration and expressed his hope Germany would one day land on the Moon and Mars.
A 15-year-old boy was accidentally buried in a huge sand pile and suffocated to death after he and his friends trespassed at a gravel plant on Wednesday evening in Rheinstetten in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
German business sentiment plunged to a 34-month low point in July, a key index showed on Thursday, underscoring that high oil prices and a strong euro are throttling Europe's biggest economy.
Air traffic for Lufthansa units Cityline and Eurowings had normalized on Thursday after a 36-hour strike that grounded hundreds of flights and caused massive delays for passengers.
The lawyer of a German man suspected of murder and necrophilia has rejected the charges during his trial that began on Thursday in Nuremberg.
A Swedish man wanted by Interpol on charges of kidnapping his six-year-old daughter more than a year ago has been arrested in Cambodia, an interior ministry official said Thursday.
A man convicted of killing two young girls has turned to Sweden’s Ombudsman of Justice to appeal restrictions put in place after he sent letters to the family of one of his victims.
German officials are no longer ruling out moving the remaining bits of the federal government from Bonn to Berlin, according to an internal report published by Bild on Thursday.
A 2.5-metre long tiger python has escaped from captivity in the village of Niederheimbach am Rhein near Mainz, according to police.
US presidential hopeful Barack Obama will on Thursday kick off a European tour in Berlin, where he can expect a rapturous welcome amid a deep yearning on the continent for change in Washington.
A group of men threatened a Swedish conscript in downtown Enköping in central Sweden on Wednesday night before making off with the man's clothes.
Malpractice fears have Swedish doctors spending an increasing amount of their time performing diagnoses which are not medically necessary, according to a new study.