An elk cow with swollen udders shattered two windows as it dashed into a health clinic near Borås in western Sweden on Wednesday, startling personnel who then called police and local hunters for help.
Two 18-year-old women died after being hit by a train just south of Stenungsund in western Sweden on Thursday afternoon.
Flagging German sex shop chain Beate Uhse said this week it would embrace 3-D porn movies to boost limp sales.
A group of German musicians broke the world record for busking on Thursday, logging 24-hour street concert in Berlin to kick off the city’s Popkomm international music trade show.
Seeds of a genetically modified potato ended up in a Swedish field due to “human error”, chemical giant BASF said on Thursday.
A 30-year-old woman accused of forcing young Nigerian women into prostitution with “voodoo magic” will face trial for human trafficking, Bonn police said on Thursday.
US Marines rescued on Thursday a German-owned ship seized by pirates a day earlier, as part of multinational operations to stem piracy in the Gulf of Aden off Somalia, the US Fifth Fleet said.
Erika Steinbach, under fire for implying Poland was jointly to blame for World War II, announced on Thursday she would leave the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Christian Democrats.
With a xenophobic political party knocking on the door of the Riksdag, Swedish journalist Lars Åberg examines why, despite good intentions, many Swedes still view immigrants like household pets.
While plastic surgery slowly loses popularity in the US, beauty treatments such as wrinkle-smoothing Botox shots are rising steadily in Germany, the GÄCD cosmetic surgery association said Thursday.
An elderly man who got stuck in forestry machinery near Olofström in southern Sweden on Wednesday, was saved by his son who was forced to cut off his arm in order to free him.
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The Left are currently the third largest party within the centre-left Red-Green coalition that is fighting to wrestle back power after four years in opposition.
Although leading Green Party officials have indicated they would cooperate with the centre-right Alliance should the Sweden Democrats hold the balance of power following the election, Green spokesman Peter Eriksson has flatly rejected the possibility.
Sweden has overtaken the United States and Singapore in a new ranking of the world’s most competitive economies published by the World Economic Forum.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt said on Thursday he understood why Germans were uneasy about the company's Street View service for historical reasons, as he began a charm offensive aimed at assuaging their privacy concerns.
Germany’s drug policy commissioner Mechthild Dyckmans defended welfare allowances for alcohol and cigarettes on Thursday, saying that little indulgences were a human right.
Sweden's consumer price index (CPI) remained unchanged between July and August, according to Statistics Sweden (SCB) with the annual inflation rate dropping to 0.9 percent, down from 1.1 percent in July.
The German government’s plan to extend the life of the country’s nuclear reactors could turn out to be more expensive for energy companies than previously thought, according to a secret agreement cited in a media report on Thursday.
Russia's South Stream gas pipeline project is not in Europe's interest and makes no sense on an economic level, former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer said on Thursday.
Embattled Bundesbank board member Thilo Sarrazin may not receive a severance package if he is removed from his post following incendiary claims about race and immigration, a media report said on Thursday.
The court trial of the ten men charged with the dramatic helicopter heist on a cash depot in southern Stockholm last September wrapped up on Wednesday, a judge in the case confirmed.
The Iranian Ambassador in Stockholm was on Wednesday summoned by the Sweden over Sakineh Mohammadi-Ashtiani, the 43-year-old woman sentenced to death by stoning by an Iranian court.
Swedish tennis ace Robin Söderling was knocked out of the US Open on Wednesday, losing in straight sets to Swiss star Roger Federer.