It’s not only warmer weather on the way to Sweden. A host of internationally renowned music acts play live throughout the country in the coming months. Here's the pick of the concerts from April to June.
Crown Princess Victoria will marry fiancé Daniel Westling on 19th June 2010, the Royal Court has announced. The wedding will take place in Storkyrkan, Stockholm's cathedral, which is located next to the Royal Palace.
Normal lessons resumed on Monday for pupils at a school in Germany where a teenager massacred nine students and three teachers earlier this month, the school said.
Nine decades after Walter Gropius founded his revolutionary Bauhaus academy, dozens of exhibitions across Germany are celebrating a movement that embodied much more than simply aesthetics. Celeste Sunderland investigates.
As rumours swirl regarding Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s possible transfer from Inter Milan, the head of the club said on Monday he can’t imagine his team without the star Swedish striker.
The squabble between Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück and the Swiss continues after the Swiss minister of defence returned his German-made limousine to protest controversial comments against the Alpine nation.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has been ordered by a Swedish court to compensate a couple from Linköping for costs incurred returning home after their flight from Brussels was canceled at the last minute.
A visit to a pizzeria in Jönköping in southern Sweden has left almost 600 customers clutching their stomachs.
Swedish international education company EF has been ordered to pay 10,000 kronor ($1,200) to a high school student from Stockholm who was initially housed with criminals during an academic exchange programme in the United States.
A chilly weather pattern known as Märzwinter, or “March winter” will not spare Germany this year. Experts await Arctic air and snow showers throughout the week, despite the early signs of spring that gave false hope just days ago.
A 36-year-old Swedish man previously convicted for abusing his two week old daughter has had his one-year prison sentence lengthened to four years by the Svea Court of Appeal.
Buoyed a strong domestic currency, Danish shoppers are travelling over the Öresund Bridge by the busload to snap up cross-border bargains, Hallands Nyheter reports.
Economists at Germany’s second largest bank, Commerzbank, said on Monday the country would experience the worst recession in modern memory this year, as the economy contracts up to 7 percent.
Guido Westerwelle, the head of Germany’s opposition Free Democratic Party (FDP), on Monday demanded the government bring forward this autumn’s general election to June in order to avoid political paralysis during times of economic crisis.
A “fire devil,” who has set eight blazes in less than two weeks, is on the loose in the North Rhine-Westphalian county of Viersen, daily Express reported on Monday.
As Sweden awaits the imminent return of Robinson – the remote island reality TV show - to its screens, Felippe Melá is hoping for a shipwrecked story of his very own.
An Abu Dhabi state investment fund has agreed to take a 9.1-percent stake in Germany's Daimler, the manufacturer of Mercedes Benz cars and the world's biggest truck maker, the companies said Sunday.
A Stockholm-area businessman has been charged for using the internet to pimp Swedish school girls for violent group sex.
Parliamentary commissioner for the country’s armed forces, Reinhold Robbe, called on Monday for Germans society to offer greater recognition for its troops.
Political squabbling over the future of ailing German automaker Opel intensified over the weekend as Chancellor Angela Merkel ruled out taking a government stake in the company during a late night Sunday talk show.
Museum authorities at the former Nazi German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland are struggling to save the enduring symbol of the Holocaust from the impact of time and the elements.
Amid concerns about moving to an all-volunteer military, a new poll shows the majority of Swedes want to retain the country’s current system of mandatory military service.
A 29-year-old leftist politician from the Stockholm suburbs was beaten and attacked with a knife in Jordro south of Stockholm on Sunday night.