A woman is suing the Swedish state after prison warders forced her to strip while visiting her boyfriend.
Around 120 seasonal berry pickers from Vietnam staged two demonstrations against their working conditions in Sweden on Tuesday, days after a similar protest by Chinese workers, officials said.
Parts of the eastern German state of Brandenburg remained on alert Tuesday afternoon, with flood waters gradually receding but rain forecast for later in the week.
German television channel RTL2 said Tuesday it was launching a special service for Muslim viewers during Ramadan, letting them know when to begin and end the daily fast.
Germany's Siemens said Tuesday it has won two orders in the United States and Canada to supply wind turbines that experts said were worth around €800 million ($1.1 billion).
Radioactive material found under a fashionable street in the Berlin suburb of Prenzlauer Berg may have been there for two decades but did not pose a risk to residents, the authorities said Tuesday.
Skype, the IP telephony company founded and part-owned by Swedish entrepreneur Niklas Zennström, is planning an initial public offering of its shares in the USA, according to a report in the New York Times.
As authorities on Tuesday announced that their Love Parade investigation would be long and difficult, the city of Duisburg revealed plans for a memorial to the 21 people who died in the stampede at the event on July 24.
The poor quality of food provided for police working at large events in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia is “intolerable and irresponsible,” the GdP police union complained on Tuesday.
The Christian Democrats on Tuesday launched an election poster campaign featuring party leader Göran Hägglund facing up to a series of wild animals and arguing that Sweden needs more humanity and less "jungle law".
Internet giant Google announced Tuesday it would launch its controversial Street View service in 20 German cities by the end of the year but would give residents the chance to opt out if they were worried about their privacy.
Animal rights activists say they have uncovered evidence of animal cruelty in Swedish mink farms, and are calling on the government to ban the rearing of mink for fur.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Sweden's Minister for International Development Cooperation Gunilla Carlsson as a member of the new UN High-level Panel on Global Sustainability.
Giving a “Hitler salute” is illegal even if there is no apparent political motive, a Lower Saxony court ruled this week, after an intoxicated homeless man provoked passersby with the Nazi-style raised arm gesture.
A group of Vietnamese berry pickers have left their place of employment in Baggård south of Umeå in northern Sweden in protest against their pay and working conditions and have expressed a wish to go home, local media have reported.
Germany’s fast-recovering economy could grow by 2.5 percent this year, the respected IWH forecasters predicted Tuesday, helping cement the widespread confidence that the rebound is here to stay.
In the last 12 months, nearly 890,000 people have claimed a tax deduction for work carried out on and in their homes, according to Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) figures. Among them are several politicians whose parties oppose the system.
A judge in Canada's northern Nunavut province has blocked a series of joint German-Canadian Arctic experiments after Inuit residents said the tests would hurt marine life, government sources said Monday.
A German tourist has been shot and killed in the US city of San Francisco, and police there have charged an 18-year-old man for the crime, a local media report said late on Monday.
Floodwaters in the eastern state of Brandenburg slowly began to recede overnight, but the authorities remained on high alert on Tuesday morning.
Mats Jansson, President and CEO of troubled Scandinavian airline SAS, has announced that he plans to leave his position in the autumn.
A number of Sweden's largest publishing houses announced plans on Monday to put out a translation of works by Dawit Isaak, a journalist imprisoned in Eritrea for nearly a decade without trial to highlight his case.