A powerful, late-season snowstorm caused a number of traffic headaches in parts of western and central Sweden on Friday.
A spying scandal Deutsche Bahn expanded in scope on Friday to include not just surveillance of employees, but also journalists and scientists who were particularly critical of Germany's state-owned national rail operator.
At least six young men are suspected of raping a 17-year-old boy at a party in Kumla in central Sweden on Saturday night.
Sweden’s parliament has chosen not to act to stop Stockholm-area strip clubs from driving mobile billboards around the streets of the country’s capital.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Barack Obama have agreed to work closely together on an array of important security and economic issues one week before a bilateral summit in Germany.
A decision to deny a man his unemployment benefits because he was caught panhandling has caused an uproar in Göttingen, where the Lower Saxony state welfare office called for an investigation on Friday.
Swedish poultry company Kronfågel announced on Friday it was recalling all of its frozen chicken products following four new reports of glass in Kronfågel frozen chicken packages.
Malmö suburb Rosengård has come to symbolise Sweden's struggles with integration. AFP's Marc Preel examines a community grappling with its identity after a winter marred by rioting and clashes with the police.
Germany's second biggest bank, Commerzbank, posted a 2008 net loss of €6.6 billion ($9 billion) on Friday and said its board would take a 65 percent pay cut.
Hamburg customs officials said on Friday they had discovered 16 containers containing 250 tonnes of illegal and dangerous fireworks from China.
The suspected mastermind of a Swedish teen sex ring hid under a blanket as he entered a Stockholm-area court room on Friday for the first day of his closed-door trial for pimping and a range of other related sex-crimes.
The head of Sweden's Trade Union Confederation (LO), Wanja Lunby-Wedin, has said she has no intention of resigning in the wake of the AMF Pension bonus scandal.
Grammy Award-winning American singer Lionel Richie wants to make Berlin his second home, according to the German edition of Reader’s Digest on Friday.
Charges were filed on Friday against six men in what is being called the largest insider trading scandal in Swedish history.
Ikea, Google, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are the most popular employers among Swedish students, according to a new survey.
German electronics giant Siemens has announced plans to increase the number of workers on part-time schedules to save money during the recession.
Anyone crossing into Germany or France beginning on Friday should not forget their passport. Border controls have been reinstated ahead of next week's NATO summit.
Rumours of a potential deal for troubled Swedish automaker Volvo forced China's largest independent carmaker Geely Automobile to suspend trading of its shares on Friday.
Germany captain Michael Ballack wants a solid win on Saturday when his side tackle European minnows Liechtenstein in a World Cup qualifier following back-to-back home defeats.
Sweden’s four largest newspapers on Friday jointly launched a massive campaign to push for the release of Swedish journalist Dawit Isaak, who has been imprisoned in Eritrea for 2,742 days.