Swedes in favour of joining the euro zone now outnumber those against, for the first time, a new survey indicates.
German chip maker Infineon is in negotiations with the government over state guarantees worth several hundred million euros, the Welt am Sonntag paper reported Sunday.
Police in Kassel shot a female brown bear dead on Sunday morning after it escaped from its enclosure at the Circus Universal Renz with another bear.
With voter turnout expected to be low for the upcoming June European parliamentary elections, North Rhine-Westphalia’s government is giving out a free ring tone for cell phones to encourage young voters to take part.
A fire at an exclusive Austrian marina on the Wörthersee destroyed 14 yachts Friday night, including two belonging to members of the family that controls the Porsche auto company, Bild am Sonntag reported.
Arcandor, the parent company of such German household names as Karstadt, the department store, and Thomas Cook, the travel agency, is at the brink of bankruptcy, Bild am Sonntag reported Sunday.
Damages from the collapse of Cologne’s city archive, which destroyed and buried thousands of precious historical documents going back a thousand years, could exceed €1 billion, the magazine Focus reported Sunday.
The convictions and prison sentences handed down to the defendants in The Pirate Bay case have prompted Sweden's youth to action. The Pirate Party reports booming support as demonstrators turn out in force on Saturday.
Sweden's Alliance government and three party opposition bloc share voter support, a new poll published by Sifo on Sunday shows. A further poll by Skop confirmed that the Alliance had extended its lead.
Astrid Lindgren's hospital in Solna near Stockholm has alerted police to suspicions of illegal circumcisions that have left two small boys with injuries.
Swedish pensions firm AMF Pension has concluded that ex-CEO Christer Elmehagen received a higher pension than that agreed and has demanded that he repay the difference.
Nearly 500 far-right militants from the Czech Republic and Germany rallied late Saturday to mark the 64th anniversary of punishing Allied air raids on the Czech city of Usti nad Labem, near the German border.