Summer isn’t over quite yet, the German Weather Service (DWD) said on Friday. While the weekend will be a mixed affair, temperatures will at least remain warm across the country.
The official website of the district of Jiading in Shanghai has announced that Volvo has decided to set up its Chinese headquarters and factory in the municipality.
Paul the octopus, the German oracle of the World Cup in South Africa, has become an official ambassador for England’s bid to host the tournament in 2018, organisers said Friday.
Sweden's government on Friday raised its economic growth forecast to 4.5 percent for 2010 and to 4.0 percent in 2011, a dramatic shift from previous estimates of 3.3 percent and 3.8 percent respectively.
German farmers have been warned to get used to living with wolves after 15 lambs were killed and another 20 animals were severely injured in an attack in Brandenburg this month.
Sweden's Inez Karlsson will attempt to become the first female jockey to win the prestigious 28th annual Arlington Million northwest of Chicago on Saturday with her horse Rahystrada.
Opponents of the controversial revamp of Stuttgart's main train station said Friday they hoped at least 20,000 people would take part in a protest later in the day.
Bundesbank chief Axel Weber indicated Friday the European Central Bank would pursue relaxed monetary policies into 2011 while suggesting he might not be a "diplomatic" ECB head.
Swedes prioritise the challenge over remuneration when looking to change job, a new survey ranking priorities among job-seekers published by Manpower/Kairos Future on Friday has shown.
Some 40 German bosses and economic figures lashed out Friday at a government proposal to tax nuclear energy production, warning it would hamper investment in Europe's biggest economy.
A German court has ruled that the private possession of child pornography is not automatically grounds for dismissal of teachers and other public officials.
Swedish women who regularly consume small amounts of dark chocolate have lower risks of heart failure than their US counterparts due to the higher quality and cocoa content in Swedish chocolate, a new Harvard study suggests.
The German Navy’s legendary three-mast barque the “Gorch Fock” set sail on Friday on what’s expected to be its longest training mission ever.
The centre-right alliance will win the upcoming parliamentary election election, according to Melvin the octopus at the Universeum science centre in Gothenburg.
Swedish anti-corruption prosecutors have said that Crown Princess Victoria’s decision to accept free use of a billionaire’s private jet for her honeymoon did not make her liable to prosecution for taking bribes.
The majority of Germans don’t want to donate to aid efforts in Pakistan despite the increasingly dire floods endangering millions of people there, a poll revealed on Friday.
Two leading business associations recommended on Friday that Germany reduce holiday time for employees from six weeks to four or five, in order to bolster growth.
Several postmen in Södertälje have been warned by their employer Posten after refusing to distribute election campaign material from the far-right National Democrats (Nationaldemokraterna - ND).
A woman was found murdered near a small town in Kronoberg in southern Sweden on Thursday evening after a police search. A 35-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the killing.
The centre-right Alliance coalition remains slightly ahead of the Red-Green opposition with only a month left before the election, according to a new poll published by Synovate on Friday.
On the eve of the new Bundesliga season, Schalke coach Felix Magath threatened on Thursday to quit the title contenders after being repeatedly criticised by the club’s fans.