Video testimony of nearly 600 survivors of Nazi forced labour programmes have been posted online for historians and students to better understand their ordeal, organisers said Thursday.
Cherin Awad, known for her work on a controversial Sveriges Television (SVT) programme, may well become the first practising attorney in Sweden to wear a headscarf.
A pastor convicted of assaulting his ex-wife following sex games involving another man has been relieved of his duties by his employer, the Church of Sweden.
Forty-year-old men are the top earners in Sweden, new statistics show.
Germany is working on ways to help its banks get rid of toxic securities that have kept them wary about lending despite last year's €480-billion ($625-billion) rescue, a lawmaker said Thursday.
The Church of Sweden on Thursday cited lax internal oversight for why a conservative religious group that wants to convert Sweden to Catholicism and has leaders who deny the Holocaust was given permission to hold meetings in Swedish churches.
Primary schools across Germany have been offering basic English lessons for about five years now, but they may not be doing young children much good, news magazine Der Spiegel reported this week.
With money troubles weighing heavier on Sweden than a fresh fall of snow, Jennifer Heape headed to the Åre ski resort to check out a more frugal alternative to the typical foreign alpine getaway.
In sad news for anyone who has been drunk and hungry at 2 am, the man who invented the döner kebab sandwich nearly four decades ago in Berlin has passed away.
A woman’s attempt to sell a Swedish prisoner’s uniform on the popular buy-and-sell website Blocket.se nearly resulted in her own brush with the law.
The ex-head of Germany's Deutsche Post admitted tax evasion on Thursday in a scandal that fuelled public anger about "fat-cat" excesses and won tiny Liechtenstein worldwide opprobrium.
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Finance Minister Anders Borg and Enterprise Minister Maud Olofsson on Thursday presented a government bill containing measures to counteract Sweden's current economic crisis, including emergency loans to the country’s struggling auto sector.
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Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday called for German firms to promote more women to top positions with a powerful critique on the lack of female leadership in big business.
A man from northern Sweden is to receive compensation from the state after he had his box wine confiscated by police in connection with a drink driving conviction.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Thursday he hopes to work closely with his American counterpart Hillary Clinton as she takes her place in President Barack Obama’s new cabinet.
The gap between rich and poor in Germany has grown over recent years, as has the difference in wealth between the west of the country and the former communist east, according to a new study.
Instead of more soldiers, Germany should send more police to Afghanistan, the German military association DBwV told daily Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung on Thursday.
Germany’s Federal Environmental Agency is encouraging consumers in the bratwurst-loving country to cut back on meat products to benefit the climate, daily Berliner Zeitung reported on Thursday.
Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany took the European Figure Skating pairs title for the third successive year in Helsinki on Wednesday.
Parents of a boy in Jämtland in northwestern Sweden have been told they cannot name their son Q, following a ruling by the administrative court of appeal (Kammarrätten).
A decision by the county administrative court in Stockholm means that Uppsala University can expel a convicted murderer enrolled in medical studies at the school, according to the National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen).
A man was shot and killed outside the Magasinet restaurant in Upplands Väsby north of Stockholm in front of crowd of witnesses early Thursday morning.