A teenage girl is on the run on Monday after attacking a fellow student in Sankt Augustin near Bonn. She apparently planned to burn the school down.
English musician and Berlin resident Joe Jackson explains why he’s delighted Germany’s smoking ban appears to be unravelling faster than a self-rolled cigarette.
An 81-year-old man from Norrtälje in eastern Sweden reported to police on Monday morning that he had hit his 67-year-old common law wife with an axe. The woman died from her injuries during the afternoon.
Swede Henrik Stenson used precision off the tee to set up a commanding four-stroke victory at the world's richest tournament, the $9.5 million Players Championship on Sunday.
A battle has erupted in Germany’s governing coalition over Chancellor Angela Merkel’s suggestion to amend the constitution in order to aid the navy’s mission against piracy on the high seas.
Crisis-hit Swedish media group Metro International, the global free newspaper publisher, announced on Monday a rights issue aimed at raising 528 million kronor ($68 million).
A Koblenz court sentenced a 63-year-old businessman to six years in prison on Monday after confessing to selling materials that could be used in missiles to Iran.
German steel and iron industry production reached a record low point in April, the Federal Statistics Office (Destatis) reported on Monday.
A German office worker was sentenced to life in prison on Monday for murdering a British student after he became infatuated with his girlfriend online.
The sale of Swedish car maker Saab Automobile is entering its closing stages with only two or three interested parties remaining in the hunt for the firm.
Several leading Swedish legal experts have called for a retrial in The Pirate Bay case as new details emerged supporting allegations of conflicts of interest against the presiding judge, Tomas Norström.
A recent European Commission report identifying Sweden as having the highest level of reported rapes in Europe should be treated with a healthy dose of scepticism, argues sociologist Laura Agustín.
Five Swedish football supporters were forced to leave a plane at Malmö Airport on Sunday with a further seven suspected of air traffic sabotage after threatening crew and beating up a fellow passenger.
Airline workers staged an unannouced strike early on Monday in Düsseldorf, triggering delays that will likely last throughout the day, service workers’ union Verdi said.
AFP's Arnaud Bouvier looks at a new exhibition seeking to explain what it was like to live in communist East Germany to children with no memory of their country's turbulent past some 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Every fourth German dairy farmer is going broke and the industry is planning widespread protests against retail milk pricing practices in the coming days, daily Die Welt reported on Monday.
The Swedish fire-bellied toad choir won the second European Bombina Song Contest on Saturday.
Bavarian police have freed an 83-year-old man from a Starnberg cellar where a couple were holding him hostage in a land dispute.
The world's largest UFO archive, with over 18,000 Swedish reports, pictures and foreign reports over mysterious happenings was opened to the general public in Norrköping in eastern Sweden on Sunday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has made a thinly veiled attack on Britain's eurosceptic main opposition Conservative Party, who are currently riding high in opinion polls.
Sweden battled from a goal down to beat the United States 4-2 and claim the bronze medal at the World Ice Hockey Championships in Berne on Sunday.
Sweden confirmed its second case of swine flu on Sunday.