Thousands of fans of Berlin’s Hertha BSC football club were treated to a free beer by one of the team’s players on Saturday.
The weather will get sunnier and temperatures will rise steadily next week as a high pressure system moves into Germany, the German Weather Service reported Saturday.
Adem Yilmaz, a member of the so-called Sauerland Cell on trial for planning terror attacks in Germany, is writing his memoirs in jail, news magazine Der Spiegel reports in the latest issue of the magazine.
A man tried to blackmail BMW heiress Susanne Klatten out of €75,000 with an alleged sex video just two months after her former lover was jailed for doing the same thing, daily Bild reported Saturday.
A worker at a Lübeck soup factory died after getting trapped inside a giant cauldron and cooking to death, daily Bild reported Saturday.
At least for a day, Eurovision Song Contest fever will be making bigger headlines than swine flu.
The Globalisation Council, an office under the Swedish Ministry of Education and Science, has published its final report outlining several proposals to increase Sweden's economic growth and increase the country's attractiveness to businesses and entrepreneurs.
A group of 10 to 15 individuals armed with sticks and rocks attacked Slagthuset nightclub in central Malmö on Friday night. The entryway was damaged, but none of the security guards were seriously injured.
Tying the knot always comes with a certain degree of risk, but the chances of success are hopefully greater than those of playing roulette or Black Jack.
The number of threats against employees of the Swedish Social Insurance Office (Försäkringskassan) is growing, according to the authority's head of security, Berit Sjödin.
Germany's neo-Nazi NPD party, already on the verge of bankruptcy, was fined Friday about €1.27 million for accounting irregularities by Berlin's administrative court.