Thousands of people gathered in Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein on Saturday afternoon in one of the biggest anti-nuclear demonstration in the last few years.
Sweden's system of press subsidies has come under the microscope after a publication affiliated with an extreme right-wing political party received millions of kronor in public funding this week.
Top government representatives including Chancellor Angela Merkel, Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg and Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle attended a memorial service for four German soldiers killed in Afghanistan on Saturday.
Sweden's Princess Madeleine has broken up with her fiancé Jonas Bergström, Stockholm's royal court has announced.
Two weeks before the crucial state election in North Rhine-Westphalia, the future of the conservative-liberal coalition looks shaky according to a poll released on Saturday.
Bavaria's conservative party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), has suggested the Greek government consider leaving the Euro currency union in the light of the country’s enormous financial difficulties.
Police in Malmö are convinced of outside adult involvement after a pair of sisters aged 3 and 7 were caught stealing clothes at a supermarket in the city on Friday.
Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg is seeking to distance itself from an annual student parade after the organizing committee gave the thumbs up to drawings deemed sexist and "totally unacceptable" by the university's president.
The designated social minister in Lower Saxony – Germany’s first woman Muslim state minister – has called for crucifixes to be removed from state schools, saying they have as little place there as headscarves.
The film "Das weiße Band" was the big winner at Friday night’s German Film Prize awards, taking 10 of the statues including those for best film, best director and best script.
Aviation authorities have declared Swedish airspace almost entirely clear of volcanic ash, with final restrictions in the far south expected to be lifted on Saturday afternoon.