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A decision to allow transsexual men in Sweden to get prosthetic penises free of charge from local health authorities has drawn criticism because the prostheses on offer don’t get erect.
Germany is being pummelled by the global slowdown and "disastrous" data show its economy is already in recession, economists said on Thursday.
An explosion in a Mettmann apartment building on Thursday afternoon left one man dead and five people injured, authorities in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia reported.
The 58-year old man charged with holding his girlfriend captive in a cabin for nine years, was given a suspended sentence on Thursday for abuse and molestation.
What's on in Sweden: November 6th - 13th. Al Green, The Levellers and Monster truck extravaganza in Stockholm; Planeta Festival and Kazem Al Saher in Gothenburg; Michael Bolton in Malmö.
Two Danish soldiers have been injured in a shooting incident at a military training zone outside Karlsborg in western Sweden.
A top level civil servant at the Finnish equality ministry has resigned after groping several women's breasts at a reception at the Swedish embassy in Helsinki, Hufvudstadsbladet reports.
German politicians have criticized Russian President Dmitri Medvedev's threat to station missiles at the Polish border after Barack Obama won the US presidential election on Tuesday.
Midfielder Tim Borowski said Bayern Munich deserved the point from their 1-1 draw at Fiorentina as the German giants took a step closer to the Champions League's last 16.
The European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday cut its main interest rate by 50 basis points to 3.25 percent in an attempt to buttress the weakening eurozone economy.
Less than two days after 20 people died tragically in a bus fire near Hannover, unknown suspects set the back of a public bus in Detmold alight, police in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia reported on Thursday.
Germany's richest woman, who was recently blackmailed by an ex-lover, hit the news again Thursday. But this time it was strictly business with a takeover worth almost a cool billion euros.
Deutsche Telekom, the leading European telecommunications operator, posted third-quarter results on Thursday which were in line with expectations and stood by its outlook for the full year.
Germany's Constitutional Court on Thursday announced it had further limited parts of a data-collection law meant to fight terrorism.
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has said Sweden may allow homosexuals to marry in the Church of Sweden from May 2009 pending the adoption of a new law.
Results of the autopsy performed on Carolin Stenvall reveal that the 29-year-old woman was shot in the back, prosecutors revealed during a press conference on Thursday.
Syrian-Lebanese singing star George Wassouf arrived back in Beirut on Wednesday following his detention on cocaine charges in the Swedish capital.
The number of Swedish bankruptcies continues to climb, up 19 percent in October compared to last year, with Stockholm-area businesses being especially hard hit.
Nineteen years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, its historical shadow is fading fast for Germany's youth – many of whom do not even know who built it.
Anticipating likely requests by US president-elect Barack Obama, an official at the German Foreign Ministry said on Thursday Berlin would not increase its military and civilian operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Sandy Meyer-Wölden, the recently dumped fiancée of retired German tennis star Boris Becker, said on Thursday she was crushed by the decision to end their three-month whirlwind romance.
Sweden’s military is testing a mobile airport in the north of the country which it hopes to deploy in the wake of natural disasters at home or overseas.
The government will present a plan on Thursday to give Sweden’s employment agency a more prominent role in integrating immigrants, according to integration minister Nyamko Sabuni.