A Swedish elk hunter is recovering in hospital after being attacked by a wild boar weighing more than 200 kilogrammes.
A Franco-German drive to undertake a risky rewrite of the European Union's hard-fought Lisbon Treaty to tighten budgetary discipline among eurozone countries sparked fresh criticism from other EU member states on Monday.
Philips' advertising campaigns for the wake-up light have historically challenged the prestige of the product, testing the wake-up light's mettle in real life. In this latest campaign, the test is on an epic scale.
Ex-members of criminal gangs in Malmö in southern Sweden have taken up the hunt for an unknown gunman thought to be responsible for nearly 20 shootings targeting people with immigrant backgrounds.
What’s it like living as a homeless youth in Germany? Melanie Sevcenko spoke with Maria Speth about her new documentary “9 Leben,” which lets street kids tell their own tales.
German industrialists are concerned over supplies of rare earth minerals needed for a wide variety of products after companies said access to the raw materials was restricted by China.
A Munich court has fined a former reporter for sensationalist daily Bild on Monday for crossing the legal boundaries of journalism by using a sex tape to coerce actor Ottfried Fischer into giving an exclusive interview.
The Red-Green coalition has set aside 6.5 billion kronor ($991.2 million) more in its shadow budget for local governments than the centre-right Alliance government has for 2011.
Swedish truckmaker Scania posted a sharp rise in third-quarter net profit on Monday but sales fell short of expectations because of slow recovery in Europe from 2009, a disastrous year for the industry.
Nordic telecoms giant TeliaSonera said on Monday that sales of smartphones, coupled with growth in eastern Europe and Asia, boosted third-quarter profits and its outlook for fiscal-year results.
Germany’s integration commissioner, Maria Böhmer, has called on the government to set up a dedicated ministry to tackle the hot-button issue.
Bavarian farmers and authorities are debating what to do about a “problem wolf” that has already killed 21 sheep and is allegedly roaming ever-closer to populated areas.
Sweden is experiencing a dramatic increase in the number of attacks targeting the sex organs of female horses.
An S-Bahn commuter train collided with a truck at a level crossing outside of Berlin on Monday morning, leaving at least three people injured, according to the authorities.
The employment agreement covering 290 Vietnamese berry pickers who worked in Swedish fields last summer, dozens of whom still remain in Europe, should never have been approved, according to a Swedish union.
Dangerous blinding attacks with high-powered lasers on aeroplane and helicopter pilots in Germany have risen dramatically in recent months, according government figures released Monday.
Nearly one in four Swedes who use mobile broadband has complained to the provider about the service received, according to findings from the Swedish Quality Index.
A care company providing transitional housing for refugee children has pocketed nearly 3 million kronor ($456,330) in profit from the city of Malmö since April.
Train travellers face delays this week with regional rail workers threatening to strike from Tuesday over stalled wage negotiations.
Roger Federer won his 64th career title on Sunday, levelling with Pete Sampras in the title Pantheon after defeating Germany's Florian Mayer at the Stockholm Open.
Mainz went top of the Bundesliga on Sunday as a second-half goal from Andreas Ivanchitz gave the German minnows a 1-0 win over Leverkusen, while Dortmund needed a dramatic late goal to draw with Hoffenheim.
Smokers will cough up more money under a government plan to hike the tax on cigarettes to pay for an extension on tax breaks for heavy industry, Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble announced Sunday night.