German Defence Minister Pressure Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg on Wednesday faced mounting political pressure over a botched air strike in Afghanistan, following a report he was aware early on it caused several civilian casualties.
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The five wild wolves in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania can gorge themselves on up to €150,000 worth of sheep and other livestock, Agricultural Minister Till Backhaus said on Wednesday.
Church of Sweden pastor and gay marriage opponent Dag Sandahl has drawn the ire of senior clergy after launching a foul-mouthed attack on gay sex at an October church summit.
The international ratings agency Standard & Poor's stood by its top rating of Germany's sovereign debt on Wednesday, in sharp contrast to a warning issued two days earlier to Greece.
After months of painstaking restoration work, a rare celestial globe dating back to 1715 is returning to the Museum of Cultural History in Stralsund, director Andreas Grüger told The Local on Wednesday.
In an effort to squeeze more money from its internet operations, German publisher Axel Springer AG is introducing iPhone applications with monthly subscription fees for two newspapers. The Bild app will allow users to “shake” the clothes off the paper’s naked front page girls.
The worst appears to be over for the Swedish labour market, according to the country’s employment agency, which projects that unemployment will stop rising in the second half of 2010.
Swedish police have arrested 40 people in a nationwide doping raid, according to a statement.
Swedes received a lesson in the internet’s power for deception when a Facebook group claiming to support heart research suddenly changed into one aimed at scrapping women’s right to vote.
A man accused of trying to blackmail German billionaire Dietmar Hopp for more than €5 million was handed a prison sentence of almost four years on Wednesday by a Heidelberg district court.
Sweden’s finance minister Anders Borg warned Greece on Wednesday that European countries were unlikely to help the Mediterranean nation solve its current budget crisis.
Swedish high school (gymnasium) students’ skills in maths and physics have declined considerably in the last decade, according to the results of an international study.
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Tiger Woods' mother-in-law Barbro Holmberg has been released from a Florida hospital after collapsing from stomach pains at the home of the golfing superstar.
One of Sweden’s top female celebrities is claiming she was approached by an agent on behalf of Tiger Woods about having a fling with the star golfer.
An animal trainer is in critical condition after he was mauled by three tigers in front of a Hamburg dinner theatre audience on Tuesday evening, according to police.
In a deal that could accelerate the restructuring of the global automobile industry, German car giant Volkswagen announced on Wednesday it was buying a major stake in Japan's Suzuki.
US special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke recommended that Germany send more troops to Afghanistan in an interview with daily Berliner Zeitung on Wednesday.
Segregation isn't necessarily a bad thing, according to a new report critical of policies which try to control where immigrants and refugees settle in Sweden.
The German government plans to make the acceptance of foreign academic qualifications easier for immigrants, Education Minister Annette Schavan told daily Passauer Neue Presse on Wednesday.
A drunken elk reportedly attacked a pedestrian in the Hölö district of Södertälje south of Stockholm on Tuesday, prompting a response from police.
Bayern Munich qualified for the Champions League second round after dominating Juventus for 90 minutes in Turin, Italy, thumping their hosts 4-1 to knock them out of the competition.
Swedish foreign minister Carl Bidlt found himself embroiled in a verbal spat with his counterpart from Belarus on Tuesday over the questionable expulsion of a university student due to "poor attendance".