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Two men accused of distributing neo-Nazi music and inciting racial hatred should be extradited to Germany, a Danish court ruled on Thursday.
The number of infanticide cases has not been reduced since the 2000 introduction of the “baby hatch,” where parents can safely and legally surrender their infants to state care, experts said on Thursday.
Volvo Construction Equipment (CE), part of Sweden’s Volvo group, announced on Thursday that 850 more employees would be laid off in Sweden.
Germany's public pension and insurance funds placed some €100 million in failed US investment bank Lehman Brothers, the government said on Thursday.
Germany midfielder Torsten Frings on Thursday backed die Mannschaft captain Michael Ballack in his war of words with coach Joachim Löw and has again criticized the national team’s trainer.
A team of archaeologists digging near the planned expansion of a roadway have uncovered 1,700 year old artifacts made of wood, making them some of the oldest man-made wooden objects over discovered in Sweden.
The financial crisis and weakening global economies are hitting German car maker Daimler, which warned of weaker 2008 profits for a second time on Thursday amid "a high degree of uncertainty" over the outlook.
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The US Army is moving soldiers from its base in Vicenza, Italy to bases in Germany as part of an ongoing restructuring initiative set to finish in 2013, spokesman Richard Spiegel told The Local on Thursday.
Growing hordes of wild boars are causing a dramatic surge in traffic accidents, according to German Hunting Association (DJV).
Sweden's biggest bank Nordea and third-biggest SEB posted falls in third quarter earnings on Thursday owing to the global financial crisis, but analysts said the banks were withstanding the turmoil well.
After reporting better than expected profits for the third quarter, Swedbank then saw its shares drop more than 10 percent on Thursday following an announcement that the bank may need to seek additional capital.
An American magazine dedicated to salvaging “the best lost, tossed and forgotten items from around the world” is about to bring its acclaimed live show to Sweden, writes Jennifer Heape.
Family house cats warned a German man of danger late on Wednesday night just before his house erupted in flames, police in the German state of North Rhine-Wesphalia told The Local on Thursday.
Sasha, the white tigress from Parken Zoo in Eskilstuna in central Sweden, has died after being attacked by her mate Brahma for the second time in the last six months.
Residents of the small town of Aneby in southern Sweden reacted angrily this week to a floral display on a roundabout in front of the town hall that appeared to depict a swastika.
As predicted, Sweden’s Riksbank cut the country’s benchmark interest rate, the repo rate, by half a point to 3.75 percent.
A 20-year-old man from Cologne was forced to spend an entire night in a metal container for old clothing donations after trying to steal what was inside.
A day after the remains of two German soldiers were repatriated from Afghanistan, three former defence ministers said Germany was involved in a war there - not simply a peacekeeping mission.
ABB, the Swedish-Swiss engineering group, reported double-digit profit and sales increases for the third quarter on Thursday amid continued improvements to operational performance.
Sweden’s Council on Legislation (Lagrådet) has indicated it has no significant reservations over a law which would make it easier to hunt individuals suspected of illegal filesharing over the internet.
Swedish officials discovered small traces of radioactivity on steel items imported from India and the same substance was found on Indian-made elevator buttons in France, officials said Wednesday.
Legendary German goalkeeper and World War II veteran Bert Trautmann, who celebrated his 85th birthday this week, will be a special guest of honour at next month's friendly against England in Berlin.