Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile network suffered a major nationwide outage on Tuesday afternoon, disrupting wireless service for millions of customers in Germany.
Germany has struck a broad agreement on a plan to clean up toxic assets from banks' balance sheets, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück said Tuesday after a crunch meeting with key government leaders.
Germany's biggest newspaper Bild has partnered with social networking website Facebook to integrate user content and comments, publisher Axel Springer announced on Tuesday.
Four young men from Sweden's industrial heartland have taken talent to new levels with a taste-defying video clip that has captured the imagination of a large international audience.
A British publisher who has reprinted Nazi-era newspapers for educational purposes has won a German court battle over their distribution, a tribunal spokeswoman said Tuesday.
A 28-year-old Swedish woman has been convicted of rape after she and her boyfriend forced two teenage girls to engage in sex acts against their will over a 12-hour period.
A former death camp guard wanted by Germany for abetting the killing of 29,000 Jews presented himself as a Nazi victim to refugee aid workers at the end of the war, documents indicated Tuesday.
Three peace activists were sentenced to prison and fined on Tuesday for attempting to destroy three Saab Gripen fighter planes last month.
A 31-year-old Swedish woman claiming to be a Playboy model in need of money has been charged with fraud after convincing several men to lend her sizeable sums for fictional emergencies.
An enormous cannabis plantation has been found at a former factory site in Osterode, police in the state of Lower Saxony reported on Tuesday.
Nadja Benaissa, singer in the popular German girl band No Angels, was released from police custody in Frankfurt on Tuesday after being arrested ten days ago on suspicion of infecting a lover with HIV.
An important economic sentiment index posted a surprising rebound on Tuesday, but Germany is still reportedly expecting the worst recession since World War II.
Police have launched a credit card fraud investigation after employees at an Ikea in central Sweden discovered a suspicious device attached to one of the store’s card payment machines.
A Swedish pastor has been reported to church authorities for harassing a young man on a internet chat and dating site.
The Swedish central bank (Riksbank) has cut its main base (repo) interest rate by 0.5 points to 0.5 percent.
A 65-year-old man living near St. Göran's Church in Stockholm has demanded that the church bells be silenced; he has received backing from the Swedish Environmental Court.
Berlin police are stepping up their efforts to nab anarchists who burn dozens of luxury cars in the city each year, state interior minister Ehrhart Körting told daily Berliner Zeitung on Tuesday.
Four teenage girls died in a head-on car collision in Bavaria, police said on Tuesday.
The US government has sought to clear the way to deport former death camp guard John Demjanjuk, just days after a US court postponed his deportation for proof that he is fit to travel to Germany.
Swedish and EU delegates walked out of the UN World Conference on Racism in Geneva in protest at remarks by Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
A Swedish citizen will face a London court on Tuesday charged with fundraising for a Somali terrorist organization.
Sweden's Volvo Cars is set to recall will recall over 21,000 vehicles across Europe due to reports of faulty cooling fans, according to a company spokesperson on Monday.