The number of people reported to the police for buying sex has risen five-fold in Sweden in the past year, according to new figures.
Finnair will launch a new connection from Helsinki to Stockholm through Bromma on August 16th in addition to its services to Arlanda, the airline has announced.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward on Tuesday after an eight-year-old girl was raped by a stranger in a Stockholm suburb.
Two Finnish citizens, a 28-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman, died on Tuesday in an accident on Storglaciären in Kebnekaise, Sweden's highest mountain in the north, according to police.
Crisis-hit carmaker Saab Automobile turned a profit of 3.9 billion kronor ($531 million) in 2009, but only thanks to deals with its creditors and a deal to sell equipment to a Chinese automaker, according to the company’s annual report, released on Tuesday.
German consumers are feeling upbeat following their country’s strong performance in the football World Cup, the warm summer weather and the good news from the job market, the GfK consumer climate study for July has found.
Although mass murderer Mattias Flink's life sentence was commuted to 32 years earlier this month, the prosecution wants Flink stay in prison.
Two German aid workers were freed on Tuesday more than a month after they were kidnapped from their offices by gunmen in south Darfur, Germany's foreign ministry said.
Many European countries are facing austerity measures in the wake of the financial crisis. Now it's time for the EU itself to get serious about tackling waste, writes Anna Kinberg Batra, chair of the Swedish Parliament's Committee on EU Affairs.
Daniel Craig has officially signed on with Sony Picture to star in the lead role as journalist Mikael Blomkvist in the upcoming Hollywood film remake of Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
A cargo plane owned by Lufthansa crashed in Riyadh on Tuesday injuring the two-man crew, the German airline said, confirming earlier statements by a Saudi official.
Mental illness has emerged as the overwhelmingly dominant cause of hospitalisation in Germany, with depression and schizophrenia accounting for the highest number of days spent by patients in clinic beds, a report revealed Tuesday.
Although Sweden missed out on the World Cup in South Africa this year, the women's team at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany impressed the crowds in its tournament debut.
The government rejected opposition accusations of Afghanistan war cover-ups on Tuesday, following the release of more than 92,000 classified military documents by whistleblower internet site Wikileaks.
What was it like in the Duisburg tunnel where a massive crush left 20 dead and hundreds injured at the Love Parade on Saturday? Michael Remmert got a harrowing report from a young man who was thankful to make it out alive.
Angela Merkel is to break off her holiday to attend a memorial service for the victims of the Love Parade crush this Saturday, according to media reports.
Close to local preschools and schools and newly renovated rooms for each child: this what the dream home for families with children would look like, according to a study by the Association of Swedish Real Estate Agents (Mäklarsamfundet).
Germany's biggest bank, Deutsche Bank, posted on Tuesday a second-quarter net profit of €1.2 billion, up from €1.1 billion in the same period a year earlier.
Unsure of their actual number, authorities will now count how many porpoises there are in the Baltic Sea with the help of porpoise detectors that collect data from cetaecean sonar.
Germany’s 20 million pensioners face an income drop under a push by government MPs to abolish the “pension guarantee,” reports said Tuesday.
The Nordic Council of Ministers will finance a major survey to investigate the reasons why thousands of tonnes of meat, fruit and vegetables are thrown away each year in Swedish grocery stores.
As the death toll from Saturday’s Love Parade stampede rose to 20, there were growing signs Tuesday that massive political pressure had pushed through plans for the festival against the concerns of police.