European heavyweights pressured German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday to back down over Greece, which accused Berlin of profiteering amid a euro currency slump.
Pregnant women in the workplace affect the inclination of female colleagues to try for children, a new study shows. The same is however not true for expectant fathers.
American microbiologist Rita Colwell has won the 2010 Stockholm Water Prize for her pioneering work in the battle against cholera.
Lufthansa pilots threatened on Monday to stage a crippling strike as contentious wage talks with Europe’s biggest airline broke down.
Three years after Knut the polar bear become famous around the world, the Berlin Zoo announced on Monday he was grown-up enough to become its “stud” for breeding.
German luxury carmaker BMW said Monday it had won a contract worth at least €1 billion ($1.35 billion) to make diesel motors and transmissions for high-tech US police cars.
Prosecutors in Mannheim confirmed on Monday that Germany’s most famous weatherman Jörg Kachelmann was being held in custody under suspicion of raping his long-time girlfriend.
A Swedish pilot who has flown members of the royal family, ministers and high ranking military officers has been suspended for neglecting a series of obligatory medical check ups.
German solar energy firm Conergy said Monday it would build Southeast Asia's largest commercial solar power plant outside of Bangkok, while a Spanish firm announced plans for a Baltic Sea wind farm.
The Swedish Commercial Employees' Union (Handels) has served notice of strike action from April 1st, covering 5,000 employees and affecting major retail chains among the 79 workplaces concerned.
At exactly 9.17am on Monday, Saab Automobile's production director Gunnar Brunius cut the yellow ribbon to restart the production lines at the firm's Trollhättan factory.
Thousands of doctors at Germany’s municipal hospitals participated in a one-day strike on Monday, inconveniencing patients in an attempt increase pressure on wage talks in Cologne.
Berlin police confirmed on Monday that they have arrested the suspected mastermind of the dramatic armed robbery at a poker tournament two weeks ago.
Clubbers and partygoers in Stockholm consume around 3,000 doses of cocaine per weekend night, according to tests on the city's sewage water conducted on the request of the TV4 programme Kalla Fakta.
Balmy springtime temperatures of up to 21 degrees Celsius will arrive by mid-week for sun-starved Germans recovering from the harsh winter, the German Weather Service (DWD) reported on Monday.
Viasat, part of the MTG group, has won the exclusive rights to broadcast the English Barclays Premier League for the next three seasons.
German Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger praised Bavaria’s Catholic conference of bishops on Monday for their commitment to work with law enforcement to clarify accusations of child sex abuse at Church institutions.
German composer Richard Wagner’s grandson and long-serving director of the Bayreuth Festival, Wolfgang Wagner, has died at the age of 90.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Greece's Prime Minister Georges Papandreou that the European Union would do "everything necessary" to preserve eurozone stability, her office said. But a new poll showed Germans oppose a Greek bailout.
A powerful bomb explosion ripped through the grand old restaurant Hipp on Kalendegatan in central Malmö shortly before 2am on Monday.
Heavy snowfalls and treacherous ice resulted in a slew of road accidents across both eastern and western Sweden on Sunday.
The Swedish curling team has claimed the bronze at the Paralympics overcoming the USA 7-5 in Vancouver on Saturday. The host nation, Canada won the gold after beating the Koreans 8-7.