Germany striker Miroslav Klose struck just four minutes from time to give defending Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich a 1-0 win over Karlsruhe on Saturday - their first victory in four league games.
Angela Merkel reportedly ignored expert warnings over safety problems at an atomic waste dump while she was environment minister.
More than 180 airline passengers and crew had an unplanned stopover in Belgrade on their way from Düsseldorf to Antalya, Turkey on Saturday after problems with an engine forced an emergency landing.
The German wine industry seems immune from the global financial crisis, with sales at home as well as abroad unaffected by the crash.
The prosecutor confirmed on Saturday that blood belonging to 29-year-old Carolin Stenvall has been found in a car owned by the 50-year-old man held on suspicion of her murder.
Thousands of people looking for romance – or a sneaky affair – by advertising in local papers in the Hamburg and Berlin area could be in for a nasty shock after it was revealed that their full details were open for perusal via the internet.
The Social Democrats (SPD) on Saturday made Franz Müntefering and Frank-Walter Steinmeier their new leadership tandem to lead the centre-left party into next year’s general election.
Swedish teams Ericsson 4 and Ericsson 3 were leading the pack chasing US leaders Puma Ocean Racing as the eight yachts competing in the Volvo Ocean Race approached the Cape Verde islands in the Atlantic on Friday.
Animal rights campaigners are in uproar over reports that a pre-school in northern Sweden took its children out elk hunting. It was all pretend but campaigners allege that an ulterior motive lay behind the brutal game.
Fredrik Reinfeldt's Moderate party has gained voter support during the financial crisis, a new poll from Synovate indicates. The Moderates now have the support of 24 percent of voters, up 2.4 points in a month.
Bayern Munich coach Jürgen Klinsmann reckons the defending Bundesliga champions will recover from their worst start to the season in 31 years – and predicts victory over Karlsruhe on Saturday.
“Of course Turkish women are stronger than men,” says Perihan Magden with a laugh. Like her, many Turkish women writers provoke the wrath of officials with uncompromising works.
A man was dumped at Karolinska University hospital in Solna on Saturday morning. The man, in his twenties, was later declared dead and had according to police been stabbed to death.