Ask The Local:I have been in a relationship with a Swedish guy for the past five years and moved here for him three years ago, but unfortunately we are now breaking up. I know nothing about Swedish law and am worried about getting a fair deal with regards to the division of our property etc as we weren't married. What should I expect?
The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation said on Friday the Berlin State Library had returned a rare Hebrew manuscript back to the Beit Ariella library in Tel Aviv.
The amount of goods turned out by German factories fell "strongly" in September as the global slowdown hit demand for products made by the world's top exporter, the government said on Friday.
German prosecutors said on Friday they had charged the former head of Deutsche Post with tax evasion as part of a huge scandal involving Liechtenstein which blew up in February.
Volvo Cars saw its problems worsen on Friday as the company recorded a third quarter loss of $458 million (3.6 billion kronor).
German luxury sports car maker Porsche posted record annual results Friday on the back of its holding in Europe's biggest car maker Volkswagen but voiced concern about the outlook as growth slows sharply.
Swedish minorities face widespread discrimination including a lack of education in their mother tongues, Sweden's ombudsman against ethnic discrimination said on Friday.
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt on Friday blasted French proposals for overhauling the global financial system, warning that EU leaders were unlikely to agree on them.
A Bavarian Catholic bishop said on Friday that a visit to the German capital by Pope Benedict XVI next year to mark the fall of Berlin Wall could be a good time for the city to reflect on its godlessness.
A proposed measure to combat illegal file sharing may subject Sweden’s government to a storm of protests similar to the one generated by the signals intelligence law earlier this year.
American comedy legend Chevy Chase will arrive in Sweden this weekend to appear as a guest star on a Swedish television sitcom.
As fashion designers grow ever more ecological, even the achingly hip can dress green in all seasons, according to the first in a series of regular articles from Monthly Magazine in Gothenburg.
A deadly tourist bus fire that killed 20 people this week near Hannover may have been caused by a technical defect and not a cigarette as police initially thought, investigators said on Friday.
A Stockholm-area pastor charged with beating his wife during a threesome has been sentenced to probation and counseling, the Metro newspaper reports.
Two men are being treated in hospital after they were shot by police in Gothenburg on Thursday evening.
German medical professionals expressed outrage on Friday that a night club in the town of Celle is planning to host a competition offering women free breast augmentation in Poland, saying it is irresponsible and risky.
A 54-year-old Bavarian doctor has been convicted of distributing hundreds of false health certificates to pilots after allowing his secretary to perform the health examinations.
After a joyous two years of life in protective armour, Sweden's iconic Gävle goat will have to fend for itself this Christmas.
US president-elect Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed in a phone call to work "closely" on solving the many challenges facing the international community, Berlin said on Friday.
The average Swede spends 18 hours a week surfing the internet, according to a new report, and students and university graduates are no longer the ones spending the most time in front of a computer screen.
Rival political parties in the in the German state of Hesse have agreed to hold a fresh election, possibly in January, after the Social Democratic Party (SPD) failed to form an alliance.
German glam pop band Tokio Hotel took home the “Best Headliner” award on Thursday night at the 15th annual MTV Europe Music Awards in Liverpool, England.
A German man will stand trial on Friday in Berlin for an attempted attack on Chancellor Angela Merkel last year.
The Riksbank said on Thursday it would offer 60 billion kronor ($7.71 billion) in loans to financial firms at an auction on November 10th.
Defence minister Sten Tolgfors wants Sweden’s Armed Forces to have more units ready for immediate mobilization to defend the country’s borders.