Around 50 demonstrators whistled through Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit's speech at the opening of a new park on the former Tempelhof airfield on Saturday.
Six flights to and from Frankfurt airport and Spain were cancelled on Saturday because of another ash-cloud from the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull.
A physics professor from Dortmund has devised a formula that explains why Germany will definitely win the football World Cup in South Africa this summer.
A man and two children have been found dead at a house in Gudhem, a village 130 kilometres east of Gothenburg.
Liberal Party member of parliament Camilla Lindberg has argued that Sweden should legalize prostitution and provide greater social security for practitioners of the "oldest profession".
Pope Benedict XVI has accepted the resignation of controversial Augsburg Bishop Walter Mixa following Friday's revelations about his alleged sexual abuse of children.
The Left Party's governing board was forced into a climbdown on Saturday morning as delegates at the party's annual congress voted to continue pushing for a six-hour workday.
The number of attacks on German police officers rose drastically last year, according to figures released Saturday by the federal police authority in Potsdam.
A law firm is suing the Swedish state for discrimination after one if its lawyers, a Muslim woman, was removed from a case following a complaint from a Christian asylum seeker.
Candidates in Germany's most populous state were wrapping up campaigning Saturday as angry voters appeared ready to punish Chancellor Angela Merkel's party over a colossal aid package for Greece.
Sweden breached the rights of an Egyptian man when it deported him to his home country where he was later tortured, the United Nations Committee on Torture ruled on Friday.
A sudden-death winner by Felix Schutz gave hosts Germany a shock 2-1 win over Vancouver Olympics runners-up the United States in the world championship's opening match on Friday.