Gudrun Schyman has announced that the Feminist Initiative (Feministiskt initiativ - Fi) is to hold a Tuesday morning bonfire, with plans to burn 100,000 kronor ($13,000) in 20 kronor notes as a demonstration for equal pay between the sexes.
A second Italian man has died after being gunned down alongside a compatriot by a German man angered in a pub row over World Cup football, the police in Hannover said on Tuesday.
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The Icelandic volcanic ash cloud caused disruptions to the travel plans of 42 percent of Swedish holidaymakers, affecting one in 10 overall, a new report from credit card firm Visa Europe shows.
Liberal Party MP and foreign affairs spokesperson Fredrik Malm has accused the Left Party of funneling millions of kronor in development aid to leftist authoritarian and totalitarian regimes and causes around the world from 2005 to 2009.
Church of Sweden Bishop Lennart Koskinen was forcibly removed by Sweden Democrat (SD) security staff when the nationalist party held a meeting just metres from the church tent at Almedalen week on Gotland on Monday.
Prince Daniel may have gotten the princess and the castle, but he would not receive a princely settlement if he and Crown Princess Victoria divorced, a premarital agreement submitted to Solna District Court has reveal.
Germany's federal deficit is set to be much lower than expected, a draft budget suggested on Monday, as Berlin held up its tough line on spending as the best way for Europe to exit its debt crisis.
Many expats used to free banking back at home are often shocked when they try to open an account in Germany. Joe Morgan uncovers the pitfalls of hidden bank fees.
The German office of Iran Air, the national carrier, dismissed Iranian reports Monday that Germany had refused to refuel Iranian passenger planes since Washington imposed unilateral sanctions.
Moderna Museet Malmö has been open since the end of 2009 and Robert La Bua has found that it is exactly what the city needs to boost its art scene with an institution of international standing serving the community.
Saxony-Anhalt police investigating a deadly head-on car crash have discovered that the additional dead body of a woman found in the boot of one car was likely the wife of its deceased driver, who was a policeman, they said on Monday.
The Left Party has changed its name, albeit temporarily, in order to profile its core issues and arrest the long-term slide in voter support, hoping to deflect criticism of party leader Lars Ohly.
Those who often feel stressed while middle-aged carry a greater risk of developing dementia, especially Alzheimer's, later in life, a new study by Swedish researchers has shown.
A 17-year-old known as the “€0.20 delinquent” for fatally beating a man over pocket change has allegedly attacked his teen girlfriend just six weeks after being released from police custody ahead of a retrial, according to the authorities in Hamburg.
Municipalities, public authorities and companies who use blogs, Facebook, Twitter and other social media tools have a responsibility for personal data published on the sites, a new report from the Data Inspection Board (Datainspektionen - DI) has concluded.
The winter may have been long and cold this year in Germany, but that won’t stop a blood-thirsty plague of mosquitoes from hitting the country this summer, according to but experts.
The Swedish government has raised its forecast for growth and calculated that Sweden's GDP will grow by 3.3 percent in 2010, 0.8 percent up on the forecast presented in its spring budget on April 15th.
German troops should expect a difficult summer in Afghanistan with increasing violence and further casualties, Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg warned on Monday.
The leader of the Feminist Initiative (Fi), Gudrun Schyman, has said that the Almedalen Week in Visby on Gotland is a perfect opportunity to promote the party's message, complaining of isolation by the media and polling institutes.
A cold front is bringing a brief chance to recover from the weekend’s scorching heat, with milder temperatures predicted for early this week, the German Weather Service (DWD) reported on Monday.
Spyker Cars has completed the second and final payment to complete the purchase of Swedish carmarker Saab from US firm General Motors, the Dutch firm has confirmed in a press release.
The Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich is to become smoke-free after voters in a referendum Sunday in the southern German state of Bavaria opted for a total smoking ban.