Trier's Roman Catholic diocese said Monday that 20 of its current and former priests had been accused "in recent weeks" of sexual abuse as part of an ever widening scandal embroiling the Church in Germany.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Turkey Monday that its membership talks with the European Union did not guarantee accession and urged it to grant trade privileges to EU-member Cyprus.
The Hells Angels and Bandidos biker gangs are at war in Germany. Michael Remmert reports on how Duisburg is bracing for what’s being billed as the most dangerous trial of the year.
A couple in Zwickau in the German state of Saxony has reportedly been evicted from their apartment for being too loud while having sex.
Spyker adviser Vladimir Antonov has said Saab is planning to build a new plant in the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, where it will produce 10,000 cars a year.
German industrial giant Siemens said Monday it planned to build plant for offshore wind turbines in Britain, investing some 80 million pounds (€89 million) and creating more than 700 jobs.
The relatives of a man who spent the last three decades collecting empty cans on the streets of a town in northern Sweden have settled out of court over the division of his unlikely fortune.
A Canadian-Jewish playwright is bringing his version of former Sobibor death camp guard John Demjanjuk’s story to the stage, even as a war crimes trial against the 89-year-old contiunes in Munich.
A mysterious 100,000 ($13,811) donation has been left in a church collection in Borås in western Sweden for the second Palm Sunday in succession.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in Turkey on Monday for a two-day visit, overshadowed by barb-trading over Turkey's troubled EU membership bid and the Turkish immigrant community in Germany.
Ericsson has signed two massive orders worth a combined $1.8 billion from China Mobile and China Unicom, according to a statement from the Swedish telecom company.
Opting for quality over quantity, a candy industry expert said on Monday that Germans have taken to eating smaller chocolate eggs and bunnies this Easter.
Chinese carmaker Geely's deal to buy Sweden's iconic Volvo brand offers a glimpse of a new world order clearly headed up by China, Swedish editorials said on Monday.
Twenty students from the University of Regensburg plan to live and train in the style of Roman gladiators from 79 AD and stage a battle for scientific research this summer, the project's Bavarian organisers said on Monday.
The trial of a 34-year-old Swedish man for the murder of his 32-year-old fiancée has opened in Falun in central Sweden, in a case whose intricate mystery has generated massive interest.
Swedish retailers will not be hit with a strike over Easter after unions agreed to delay their strike notice by a week to April 8th.
Likening Volvo to a caged beast, Chinese car maker Geely pledged on Sunday to 'liberate the tiger' onto the Asian powerhouse's burgeoning auto market after it signed a deal to acquire the brand from Ford.
Hundreds of thousands of Germans are switching statutory health insurers to avoid additional fees being used to plug budgetary gaps, a media report said on Monday.
More than 4,500 people gathered at a mosque in the North Rhine-Westphalia city of Duisburg on Sunday to protest marches by neo-Nazis and anti-Muslims.
Schalke manager Felix Magath revealed Sunday that Germany boss Joachim Löw is back in contact with rebel striker Kevin Kuranyi, sparking speculation the hot-shot forward could earn a World Cup reprieve.
The Swedish meteorological agency, SMHI, has issued a class one (of four) warning in parts of central Sweden as melting snow causes water levels to rise dramatically.
Ex-England and Mexico coach Sven-Göran Eriksson has been confirmed as the man to lead the Ivory Coast at the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa.
Uighur activits on Sunday urged Sweden to push China on minority rights as Vice President Xi Jinping visited the Nordic country.