Sweden was on Monday showing few signs of abandoning its beloved krona, as Denmark and Iceland both began to get serious about joining the eurozone.
Prosecutors believe that 29-year-old Carolin Stenvall's death can not have resulted from a push, as the main suspect has claimed.
The Catholic diocese in the Bavarian city of Regensburg on Monday defended a decision to spend a reported €100,000 on birthday celebrations in the Vatican for Pope Benedict XVI's elder brother.
The final week of October will draw to a close with a taste of the coming Central European winter, as the cold front 'Xevera' brings a blast of cold air and possible snow to Germany.
Eight people were injured at the Hamburg headquarters of the German Bundesbank when mysterious gas seeped out of bags of old Deutsche mark coins they were cleaning, authorities reported on Monday.
Shares in Sweden's Carnegie investment bank shed more than half their value on Monday following news that the bank was under investigation by financial authorities and had received an emergency loan from the Riksbank.
German Agriculture Minister Horst Seehofer stepped down on Monday to become premier of the wealthy southern state of Bavaria, a month after his conservatives suffered embarrassing election returns.
Two buxom Swedish models have sparked a debate about the country’s traffic policing policies after they managed to escape fines despite admitting to driving twice the legal speed limit.
Rising energy prices could be curbed by an upcoming cooperation between Germany’s three largest electricity providers, EON, Vattenfall and EnBW.
A leading German economist who sparked controversy on Monday by comparing criticism of business leaders with stigmatization of Jews during the financial crisis of the 1930s has apologized for his remarks.
Crown Princess Victoria’s recent visit to India ended on a sour note after she was booed by a plane full of frustrated passengers.
A pupil in eastern Sweden has been awarded 5,000 kronor ($600) in damages after a teacher attacked him with an industrial vacuum cleaner.
Six Siberian tigers were saved from a circus trailer that caught fire on the B73 county road near Stade, police in the German state of Lower Saxony reported on Monday.
Swedish white goods giant Electrolux posted a third quarter report on Monday that surpassed analysts' profit expectations.
German business confidence dropped for the fifth month running in October, a key index showed on Monday, as the biggest European economy was slammed by the international financial crisis.
An appeal by convicted mass murderer Mattias Flink to have his life sentence reduced was denied on Monday by the Göta Court of Appeal in a ruling which affirms an earlier district court decision.
The German bank Postbank announced on Monday an emergency capital increase worth up to €1 billion ($1.24 billion) to replenish it balance sheet which has been hit by the international financial crisis.
The German pharmaceutical and chemical group Merck posted on Monday a solid third-quarter profit and expressed confidence despite the international economic crisis.
Swedbank announced on Monday morning that it will seek to raise 12.4 billion kronor ($1.55 billion) in fresh capital through issuing additional shares in the bank.
The Stockholm stock exchange saw a turbulent opening to the new week on Monday with stocks down 5 percent after just 15 minutes of trading.
Swedish seventh seed Robin Söderling saw off unseeded Frenchman Julien Benneteau on Sunday 6-3, 6-7 (5/7), 6-1 to win the €713,000 ($884,000) Lyon ATP final.
Price hikes by Germany railway provider Deutsche Bahn will hit passengers in eastern parts of the country particularly hard, daily Die Welt reported on Monday.
German Bundeswehr troops were attacked last week at a check point in northern Afghanistan, the military confirmed on Monday.
A Stockholm-area gang numbering around 30 people is suspected of having made off with over one million kronor ($125,000) by stealing people’s identities, with foreign students being the preferred target.