The group of teenagers accused of sexually assaulting younger boys at a holiday camp on the island of Ameland found information about the brutal acts on the internet, authorities said on Friday.
A 50-year-old Stockholm couple has won a 79.5 million kronor jackpot from Lotto, Svenska Spel (Swedish Games) announced on Friday.
The student housing shortage appears to be worse than ever for the upcoming autumn session, Sweden's National Union of Students (Sveriges förenade studentkårer, SFS) reported on Friday.
Swedish truckmaker Scania reported unexpectedly strong second-quarter results on Friday as the auto industry rebounded from a disastrous 2009, when the global economic downturn savaged demand.
Mystery surrounds the fate of a five-year-old German boy whose body is believed to have been found at a Spanish lake on Friday.
Vandals have attacked an art project erected in honour of a pregnant Egyptian woman who was murdered in a German court room, organisers said Friday.
A new review of Sweden's ban on buying sex has provided little hard evidence that the policy of prohibition has worked, writes Laura Agustín, but few politicians have dared to point out its obvious failings.
Grey clouds and darkness are well-worn metaphors for depression. But now German researchers have found the world may actually look blander and less vivid to depressed people.
A convicted rapist was taken by prison guards to a sex shop during supervised leave despite being on a strict no-porn rehabilitation regime.
A clutch of Bavarian farmers may torpedo Germany's bid to host the 2018 Winter Olympics, after a representative said Friday they were unlikely to make their land available for the event.
Several H&M stores in Sweden have discovered so-called skimming devices on their card readers in Linköping, Täby, Löddeköpinge and Malmö.
High-end German automaker Audi is going all out to keep up with demand in China, which could become its main market this year ahead of Germany, chairman Rupert Stadler said Friday in an interview.
Sweden's Lars Lagerback has turned down an offer to continue coaching the Nigerian football team, the national football federation (NFF) confirmed on Friday.
Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson reported a surge in second-quarter profits, but a fall in sales disappointed investors as its shares dropped.
Germany’s business climate has shown the biggest monthly improvement since reunification, the respected Ifo economic institute reported Friday, in another sign that the crisis is but a distant memory.
This Week's Highlights: "Porgy and Bess" in Berlin, open air concerts in Frankfurt, and a royal joust just outside Munich.
Underweight children are at three times' greater risk of tooth decay as normal weight children, according to a new Swedish study released on Thursday.
High sulphate concentrations in ethanol in the spring have damaged hundreds of car engines, setting off a dispute between car manufacturers and fuel companies as to who will pay for the repairs.
Bureaucratic nitpicking is turning efforts to properly equip Germany’s soldiers in Afghanistan into “a drama,” the parliamentary watchdog of the armed forces said Friday, stepping up his attack on departmental lethargy.
The Chancellor of Justice (Justitiekanslern, JK) will not bring criminal charges against a car owner who played late rockabilly singer Eddie Meduza's song "Heil Hitler" over loudspeakers to a large group of people in a parking lot.
People on Hartz IV unemployment benefits could be restricted to renting apartments of 25 square metres or less under a radical plan floated by the Ministry of Labour, media reported Friday.
Children should be banned from eating junk food if parents prove incapable of enforcing a nutritious diet, a coalition health spokesman said Friday as a debate about the cost of medical care gathered pace.