EU foreign ministers on Saturday slammed a NATO air strike called by the German Bundeswehr that left scores dead in northern Afghanistan. But the Defence Ministry in Berlin defended the action.
Some 50,000 anti-nuclear protestors demonstrated in Berlin on Saturday against Germany possibly reversing a decision to abandon atomic energy and extending the life of its nuclear power plants.
A fire broke out in the Stockholm subway’s central station late Saturday morning, shutting down large portions of the city’s metro system.
Sweden’s military is well-equipped to defend itself against an outbreak of the A/H1N1 flu virus, and to assist in swine flu vaccination programmes run by public health authorities.
Germany coach Joachim Löw insists his team will impress in Saturday's friendly against South Africa as the national side looks to improve its performance ahead of their World Cup qualifiers.
The state premier of North Rhine-Westphalia, Jürgen Rüttgers, has come under heavy criticism and been forced to apologise for saying that Romanian workers are undisciplined and do not know what they are doing.
A man who said his cat had eaten most of a €500 note has been refused a replacement by the German Bundesbank.
A day after NATO forces in Afghanistan blew up two hijacked fuel tankers killing between 50 and 90 Afghans, four German soldiers have been injured by a suicide bomber in the same area.
US car giant General Motors has reportedly decided not to sell the German carmaker despite months of negotiating with potential buyers for fear of handing technology to Russian competitors.
A campaign by Sweden’s social insurance agency (Försäkringskassan) to root out benefits cheats has found that about 100 seasoned criminals have received millions in unwarranted payments.
A six-year-old boy survived a fall from a seventh floor apartment in Gothenburg on Friday evening, due in part to the actions of a quick-thinking passerby.
The Swedish EU presidency is ready to talk to or confront Iran over its nuclear programme, characterizing as a “provocation” the appointment of a terror suspect as the country’s defense minister.