Police in Stockholm have arrested a man suspected of killing two people on the archipelago island of Ingarö just east of Stockholm.
International military officials in Afghanistan denied reports on Sunday that an investigation into a deadly air strike ordered by the German Bundeswehr had found it in breach of NATO rules.
A surprising rift has emerged as the election approaches, with the Bavaria-based conservative Christian Social Union (CSU) attacking the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) – two parties aiming to work together in the next government.
At least 12 people, 10 of them police officers, were injured during protests against a neo-Nazi rally in Dortmund on Saturday.
A German art dealer is looking for a home for the death masks of three Red Army Faction terrorists Andreas Baader, Gudrun Ensslin and Jan-Carl Raspe, which have been missing for more than 30 years.
At least 45,000 trade unionists met in the Frankfurt football stadium at the weekend to call for more solidarity and support for jobs – letting normal members rather than politicians take to the stage.
The German parliament is set to vote on Tuesday to lift Nazi-era convictions of so-called wartime traitors whose names, 70 years after the fighting, have still not been cleared.
A 28-year-old Eritrean national living illegally in Sweden collected a 1.2 million kronor ($167,000) lottery prize on national television Saturday morning.
Germany coach Joachim Löw said he was delighted with his side's performance after their 2-0 win over South Africa in Saturday's friendly in which several of his rising stars shone brightly.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt has cancelled his upcoming visit to Israel, the Israeli foreign ministry announced on Sunday, amid strained relations between the two countries over a controversial newspaper story.
Swedish astronaut Christer Fuglesang and an American colleague on Saturday completed the third and final spacewalk of their mission from the US space shuttle Discovery, allowing the Swede to reach a unique space milestone.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic kept Sweden’s 2010 World Cup dreams alive on Saturday when the star striker scored a dramatic injury time goal to give his team a 2-1 victory over hosts Hungary.