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Up to 140 people from Germany have attended terrorist training camps and 60 have returned to the country, government officials told Berliner Morgenpost this week.
German unemployment rose this month as the country was gripped by its worst recession in six decades – and analysts say worse is to come despite an uptick in consumer confidence.
The Pirate Bay trial was interrupted several times on Thursday following a heated exchange between a Swedish media professor and record industry lawyers.
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The Swedish Football Association announced on Thursday its intention to join forces with Norwegian football authorities to make a joint bed to host the Euro 2016 football tournament.
Several thousand Opel auto workers took to the streets on Thursday as part of Europe-wide protests against cutbacks by US carmaker General Motors.
A special parliamentary committee is expected to propose on Thursday that Sweden trim the standard number of years students can access publicly funded aid for higher education.
The engagement of Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel Westling has underlined, rather surprisingly, that Sweden is still a society that divides along class lines.
The German insurance giant Allianz on Thursday posted a worse-than-expected 2008 loss owing in large part to a huge charge in connection with the sale of its Dresdner Bank subsidiary.
Swedish truck maker Volvo Group plans to make a groundbreaking investment of at least least €1.8 billion ($2.3 billion) to develop of new truck models this year.
Swedish police are to mobilize up to 1,000 officers in Malmö next weekend in a bid to guarantee the safety of players and functionaries during a Davis Cup match between Sweden and Israel.
The world's biggest chemicals company, BASF, saw business slide in the last quarter of 2008 due to the global economic slump and warned Thursday 2009 could be be equally grim.
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Thousands of Germans are addicted to popular over-the-counter nasal sprays, and have trouble getting off the non-prescription drugs that cause a vicious cycle of chronic sinus symptoms, Der Spiegel reported this week.
A Turkish immigrant who has lived in Germany for some 20 years will be denied citizenship in Germany because he is illiterate, according to a Baden-Württemberg court ruling released on Thursday.
A local power utility in the small town of Övertorneå in northern Sweden has riled local politicians with a hate campaign directed at the local branch of the Social Democrat party.
Three supermarkets were destroyed and a fourth damaged as a wave of arson attacks hit Södertälje in central Sweden in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Bundestag Vice President Wolfgang Thierse called a Berlin court ruling that a cashier was rightfully fired after allegedly taking €1.30 in bottle deposits “barbaric,” daily Berliner Zeitung reported on Thursday.
German consumer confidence improved in February thanks to stable prices and the Abwrackprämie – a €2,500-premium for junking an old cars to buy a new one, market research institute GfK reported on Thursday.
The engagement of Swedish Crown Princess Victoria to her former gym instructor Daniel Westling has boosted the monarchy's popularity, a new survey from Sifo shows.
The German industrialist family Schaeffler, creator of the eponymous auto parts group, collaborated with the World War II Nazi regime in Poland, according to a report in Cicero magazine.
The computer game World of Warcraft is the most dangerous game on the market with a high risk of addiction, according to a new report from a Swedish youth organisation.
Sweden's prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt urged national reconciliation between the two main Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, when he met Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Wednesday.