The Local scales the heights of the Gothenburg club scene with the able assistance of Djungeltrumman's highly skilled sherpas of the night.
Germany's political opposition said on Thursday it believes officials from the country's BND intelligence agency provided crucial information and support to the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
As the world’s attention is taken up with how to address the current financial crisis, the AFP’s Delphine Touitou reports that activists gathered in Malmö for the Europe Social Forum see social change as key to avoiding future financial meltdowns.
American Football fever has hit Sweden as fans excitedly anticipate the championship final battle between the Stockholm Mean Machines and Arlanda Jets.
German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück has called for KfW officials to pay the consequences for the state development bank's mistake transfer of €300 million ($427 million) to Lehman Brothers just as the US investment bank was collapsing.
Cologne is bracing for violence this weekend as far-right supporters from all over Europe gather for an "anti-Islamification congress" and rally defending the continent against an "immigrant invasion."
Germans are watching more pornography than ever before – a development that is dramatically altering the country’s attitudes towards sex, according to a new survey.
A US soldier was sentenced in Germany on Thursday to seven months in prison for conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the deaths of four detainees in Iraq last year, an US Army spokeswoman said.
Sweden announced on Thursday it plans to send personnel and equipment to Georgia as part of an EU civilian observation mission.
Tribal style lower-back tattoos known as Arschgeweih, or “ass antlers” in Germany, were popular in the 1990s. But now a herd of Germans are stampeding to get them removed as they and other tattoos go out of fashion.
The Swedish government wants to devote 100 million kronor ($15 million) to provide additional training to people with academic degrees from other countries.
Prosecutors in the Tito Beltran rape trial have chosen not to formally request that the singer be remanded in custody pending a final verdict from the court of appeal.
What's on in Sweden: September 19th - 25th. Stevie Wonder, Beer & Whisky festival and American Football in Stockholm; Japanese tattoo art and Masters golf in Gothenburg; Prince and Tibet tributes in Malmö; Puppet theatre in Lund.
The Swedish National Debt Office (Riksgälden) announced on Thursday it was putting a temporary hold on its market commitment in treasury bills.
Following the week’s turbulence in the financial markets, Sweden’s Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (FI) and the Riksbank met with members of the Riksdag’s finance committee to discuss the crisis.
The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC) was revealed that t-shirts sold in Sweden contain nonylphenol ethoxylates, a chemical substance which can cause birth defects and cancer.
The European Central Bank and the world's top monetary authorities on Thursday announced a huge onslaught to boost the liquidity available to troubled global money markets.
Several Swedish towns have discovered that spending a lot of money on a snazzy town slogan may not always bring about the intended result.
Located in the central heartland of Sweden, Sveg is the gateway to Vemdalen, Sweden's second-largest ski area, which boasts some of the most varied skiing facilities in the country.
Berlin’s Alexanderplatz will get a special scrubbing four times a year to rid the austere eastern square of ketchup stains, bratwurst grease and thousands of pieces of chewing gum.
Police in Gällivare in northern Sweden have been informed that the liberty cap mushroom is being picked and used as a drug by the area’s young people.
A Bonn judge has ruled that a German pimp who abused and exploited two prostitutes must pay them €210,000 ($302,700) in damages and serve three years and 10 months in prison.
Transportation Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee on Thursday called for a dramatic expansion of bicycle use in Germany's cities as a means to combat climate change.
Researchers have for the first time compiled a detailed list of around 600,000 German Jews persecuted by the Nazis.
Deaths from heart attacks in Sweden have been cut in half in the last 13 years, according to a new report.
Police arrested a 34-year-old man on Wednesday night in connection with the murder of a man in shopping centre parking lot in Karlstad in central Sweden earlier in the evening.