Tens of thousands in Berlin and Frankfurt took part in the international demonstrations against the consequences of the financial crisis on Saturday.
Hartmut Mehdorn, head of the German national rail service Deutsche Bahn is stubbornly laughing off calls for his resignation, despite coming under increasing political pressure at the weekend over new revelations in the ongoing data scandal.
Sweden came away from their World Cup qualifier in Portugal with a valuable point after a 0-0 draw in Oporto on Saturday.
Former Swedish foreign minister, Jan Eliasson, claims to have met secretly with Eritrea's president Isaias Afwerki to push for the release of jailed Swedish journalist Dawit Isaak.
Summertime began in Sweden on Saturday night, meaning a lost hour's sleep for many and a shorter Sunday for others.
Around 15,000 inhabitants of Langenhagen near Hannover were evacuated from their homes Sunday morning while authorities prepared to defuse several World War II bombs.
Asylum seekers from Latin America are buying fake residential addresses from a network in Stockholm in order to secure temporary work permits, Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) reports.
Chinese car makers are too small to take over troubled Swedish firm Volvo despite the persistent rumours of an imminent bid, market analysts have said.
The row over the government's scrapping bonus for old and environmentally-unfriendly cars became a little sillier on Sunday, when an economy expert from the Christian Democrat Union called for it to be introduced for old office furniture and coffee machines instead.
Former Germany captain Oliver Kahn has turned down the chance to become team manager of Bundesliga side Schalke 04, it was revealed on Saturday.
Germany's government will take an 8.7 percent stake in the troubled bank Hypo Real Estate, which it is seeking to nationalise, the Munich-based lender said Saturday, reporting a net loss of €5.46 billion for 2008.