Some 130,000 hospital workers from all over Germany made their opposition to the country's healthcare policy loud and clear Thursday with a noisy demonstration in central Berlin.
German police in the state of Hesse on Thursday have arrested a man suspected of murdering a 20-year-old student from Nottingham, England in an incident that appears to have been sparked by an online dispute.
German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück on Thursday slammed the United States for allowing its lax regulation to spark a worldwide financial crisis.
Three men have been charged for arranging to have 49 foreign citizens smuggled into Sweden.
A Swedish high school was evacuated on Thursday after threats of a planned shooting were uncovered, said police. Just two days after 11 people died in a Finnish school massacre, the school was cleared and all pupils sent home.
British forces stationed in Münster have welcomed furry reinforcements in the form of two royal regimental ferrets just prior to their deployment in Iraq.
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Bandits who kidnapped 11 tourists in the Egyptian desert have asked for Germany to be responsible for paying a ransom of €6 million ($8.8 million), an Egyptian security official said on Thursday.
Calls by Swedbank for Swedish financial authorities to implement a ban on the short selling of stock have fallen on deaf ears.
US Ambassador to Sweden Michael M. Wood unveiled his new list of Swedish alternative energy companies at the New York Green Summit on Wednesday.
The mother of Engla Juncosa Höglund, the 10-year-old girl killed by Anders Eklund earlier this year, stormed out of the court room in tears on Thursday following comments by Eklund’s defence lawyer.
Christine Schürrer, the German woman suspected of murdering two children in Arboga this March, was given a clean bill of health when the results of a psychiatric evaluation were released on Thursday morning.
Every fourth German butter product is “impure,” according to test results released by consumer advocacy group Stiftung Warentest on Thursday.
A policeman in Lund has been cleared by the Court of Appeal of charges of soliciting a savoury tart from a trombonist.
A German woman accused in Sweden of killing two children and trying to murder their mother is sane, said a psychiatric assessment published Thursday, paving the way for a prison sentence.
German automaker Daimler has said it wants to sell its remaining 19.9-percent interest in its former US subsidiary Chrysler to private equity firm Cerberus, which last year acquired a majority stake in Chrysler from Daimler.
A proposal to introduce a special court to decide when Sweden can monitor cross-border communications traffic is expected to help unify the governing parties around a new version of the country’s controversial surveillance law.
Plans to send AWAC reconnaissance aircraft to coordinate NATO air missions in Afghanistan could run into more resistance in the German parliament than previously thought.
Officials at Berlin’s zoo have said they are paying extra attention to their world-famous polar bear Knut following the shocking death of the man who raised him as cub.
A new survey shows that 73 percent of Sweden’s teachers feel they’ve experienced disturbing examples of sexism while on the job.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said during a visit to Wall Street on Wednesday that European states had long tried to convince the United States to approve measures that would have averted the current financial market crisis.
A 16-year-old boy from Köping in central Sweden was detained on Wednesday for violating Sweden’s weapons laws and endangering others after police were tipped off that the teen had uploaded a suspicious video clip on YouTube.