Prosecutors are to consider whether Crown Princess Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel accepted bribes after a tycoon paid for the couple’s luxury honeymoon.
Police in Switzerland said Monday that they had seized a Swedish motorist's $240,000 sports car after he was caught doing 290 kilometres per hour (180 mph) on a Swiss motorway.
The German government said Monday ministers and senior civil servants have been told not to use iPhone and BlackBerry mobile devices as the interior minister warned a "dramatic" rise in cyber attacks.
Amazon.de’s new grocery delivery service needs a bit of fine tuning, according to test results released by consumer watchdog Stiftung Warentest on Monday.
Hamburg’s famous Ohlsdorf cemetery, final resting place of many prominent Germans, has begun a grave site sponsorship programme that promises abandoned sites at a cut-rate price in exchange for care and restoration by their future burial subjects, a media report said on Monday.
The German government said Monday it believed there may be a way to bring to justice an SS hitman who has lived as a free man in Germany since escaping from a Dutch prison in 1952.
Christer Nordin, a Moderate party politician from Båstad in southern Sweden has withdrawn his candidacy for the upcoming local elections, despite claiming that a threat to kill a journalist was uttered in jest.
The Green Party has announced the withdrawal of one of its election posters, which upset an organization that certifies organic products by flagrantly displaying its KRAV brand.
The four Swedish state-run casinos in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Sundsvall reported a total of 161 cases of suspected money-laundering in the first six months of 2010, new figures from the Gaming Board for Sweden (Lotteriinspektionen) show.
The night sky over Germany will be ablaze this week as the annual Perseids meteor shower takes place, but cloud cover may scupper some stargazers' plans, the German Weather Service (DWD) said.
A 31-year-old man charged with playing a role in a spectacular robbery at a Stockholm cash depot last year has admitted he was involved in the heist.
What’s on in Sweden: A Chopin marathon in Stockholm, a Brazilian all-nighter in Gothenburg and Malmö hosts Scandinavia's biggest street dance competition.
Three Swedes visiting the flood hit region of Ladakh in northern India are reported to be missing by relatives with the Swedish foreign ministry unable to confirm their whereabouts, according to a report in the Dagens Nyheter (DN) daily.
German police on Monday shut a mosque in the northern city of Hamburg frequented by suicide hijackers from the September 11, 2001 attacks and suspected of recruiting jihadists, the authorities said.
Central family policy projects laid out in Angela Merkel’s centre-right coalition contract have apparently been put on ice, a media report said on Monday.
Anglo-Swedish pharmaceuticals firm AstraZeneca has agreed to pay $198 million in damages to around 17,500 people in the USA in connection with the alleged side effects of its Seroquel drug.
Water levels continued to rise in the eastern German state of Brandenburg on Monday, as an UNESCO heritage site was completely flooded in neighbouring Saxony.
A German helicopter crashed Sunday outside the Belarusian capital Minsk during an aerobatics show, killing its pilot, a spokesman for the emergency situations ministry said.
A man in Malmberget in northern Sweden has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his common-law wife in their home.
Germany's powerful export machine cranked into high gear in June, official data showed on Monday, likely driving growth across much of Europe as the continent's biggest economy thundered ahead.
Tourists and business travellers from Europe will have to fork out 100 kronor ($14) in order to travel to the USA after September 8th in a move which has angered the EU commission.