The Gulf emirate of Qatar has offered €7 billion ($9.8 billion) for a stake in Porsche, which would allow the German luxury sports carmaker to clear a large part of its debts, a report said Saturday.
Australian Mark Webber grabbed the first pole position of his Formula One career Saturday when he outpaced all of his rivals in qualifying for Sunday's German Grand Prix.
US President Barack Obama told Chancellor Angela Merkel she had already won the coming general election, news magazine Der Spiegel reported on Saturday.
The extradition of weapons lobbyist Karlheinz Schrieber, wanted in connection with the political donations scandal which disgraced former Chancellor Helmut Kohl came a step closer on Friday.
A high-ranking policeman is under investigation after colleagues reported him for allegedly attacking a suspected fraudster who was being held in the police station cells.
Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück has questioned a new law that guarantees pensions will not be reduced even if wage levels go down, saying pensioners today are doing better than ever before, and the younger generation needs help more.
A man in southwestern Sweden has been connected to two home invasions after DNA connected him to vomited pizza and chewing gum found at the scene of the crime.
Berlin’s state interior minister Erhart Körting says he does not want to see background checks made to root out workers in public services with an East German secret police (Stasi) background.
Police in Jönköping in central Sweden are investigating a potential murder in the city centre on Friday night.
Stefan Eriksson, the former leader of the Uppsala Maffia who infamously crashed a rare Ferrari in California in 2006, was sentenced on Friday by the Uppsala District Court to 1.5 years in prison on Friday for making illegal threats, attempted blackmail, and robbery.
Prosecutors have officially suspended the investigation into the murder of Catrine da Costa, who was found dismembered in 1984. The case is one of the modern famous cases in modern Swedish legal history.
Malmö gallery owner Per-Olov Börjeson has filed a police report claiming that auction house Lauritz.com has sold millions of kronor of fake Warhols to unsuspecting art collectors.
Challenger to Chancellor Angela Merkel in September’s general election, Frank-Walter Steinmeier says their awkward power-sharing arrangement is cramping his ability to campaign against her.