Hamburg’s Mayor Ole von Beust announced his resignation on Sunday afternoon, potentially putting the city's Christian Democratic-Green coalition government at risk after he steps down on August 25.
Musicians, actors and other artists have seen their revenues from blank CDs and DVDs plummet as file sharers adapt their habits and embrace a range of technologies.
Sweden’s zoos and wildlife parks have been inundated this summer with unwanted pets found abandoned in woods, flower beds and subway trains.
Hundreds of passengers booked to fly from Berlin on Easyjet planes saw their travel plans ruined over the weekend as connections were cancelled, seemingly due to a lack of air crew, the Tagesspiegel reported on Sunday.
Around two million people were estimated to have shown up to a stretch of the A40 autobahn in the Ruhr area on Sunday for the ‘Still Life’ festival which promised to replace speeding cars with a huge range of cultural events.
The mother of a German soldier killed while on duty in Afghanistan is trying to sue the government over his death, accusing the army of having sent his unit into danger without sufficient equipment or backup.
Germany revelled in its multicultural national team at the World Cup this month but still has a long way to go in its labour market, according to the sponsors of a radical new trial hiring scheme.
Three years after the introduction of a complete drink-driving ban for drivers in their first two years behind the wheel and all those under 21, calls are being made for the ban to be extended.
Intense thunderstorms led to power cuts and flooding in parts of Sweden on Saturday, as the entire island of Gotland was left without electricity.
Swedish golfer Henrik Stenson is among the main challengers for the British Open title after a sizzling third round at St. Andrews on Saturday.
Home favourite and top seed Robin Söderling had to dig deep on Saturday to overcome the challenge of David Ferrer and set up a Swedish Open final encounter with Nicolas Almagro.