A district court in southern Sweden sentenced a man who lured 45 young girls and adolescents to pose in front of webcams to one year in prison on Tuesday.
Around 20 well-to-do customers at Swedish bank SEB have been swindled out of more than 50 million kronor ($7.5 million) with at least one employee thought to be involved in the scam.
A German drive to rewrite the European Union treaty suffered a fierce backlash on Tuesday, putting the creation and shape of a permanent safety net for overspending euro nations back in doubt.
The German auto parts and power tools group Bosch decided Tuesday to raise pay for 85,000 workers two months early to thank them for concessions which have helped turn the company's results around.
One in two Swedes feel the information society is passing them by despite the country having one of the world's highest rates of internet usage, a new study has showed.
Paul the octopus has picked his last winner. The eight-legged German oracle who gained worldwide fame by consistently predicting the victors of the 2010 World Cup football matches has died, aquarium officials announced Tuesday.
Germany’s armed forces are in need of a radical overhaul, while the country's civilian defence bureaucracy is “substantially ineffectual,” a long-awaited official report has found.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been the victim of a stalker, a government spokesperson confirmed to The Local on Tuesday. The mentally disturbed man has been detained after he twice trespassed on the grounds of Merkel’s weekend home.
The centre-left Red-Green coalition, which aligned Sweden’s Green and Left Parties with the Social Democrats in a failed attempt to win back power in the Riksdag, appears to be over.
High school graduates who earn the lowest average grades in their final year are three times more likely to commit suicide than those who graduate with the highest grades, a new Swedish study has found.
Alingsås in western Sweden has commissioned an offbeat work of art made entirely of potatoes to commemorate Potato Day, hoping to 'strike a blow' for the humble spud.
In a bid to keep the national spotlight on their cause, hundreds of demonstrators against the Stuttgart 21 rail project marched through Berlin on Tuesday.
An electric car drove from Munich in southern Germany to Berlin without recharging its battery on Tuesday, setting what organisers hailed as a new world distance record for an everyday vehicle.
Sweden’s Riksbank raised the country’s benchmark repo rate by 0.25 percent on Tuesday, bringing the interest rate up to 1.0 percent.
Transparency International Sweden has criticised the country for its lack of regulations governing the financing of political parties, arguing that "it is high time to wash off this unnecessary blemish on our democracy".
Public servants are pushing for a wage rise of at least 7 percent, setting the stage for a showdown with German state governments that pits a booming economy against ballooning state debt.
Malmö police received a further report on what could be another of the wave of shootings suspected to be directed against people of immigrant descent in the city, while residents came out in force to demonstrate against the violence.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Monday apologized after using a phrase during a recent visit to Germany that he said he was unaware was linked to its "dark" Nazi past.
A Turkish citizen arrested at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport on Friday on terror charges is thought to be a member of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), Belgian prosecutors said on Monday.
Train delays and disruptions were expected to continue throughout Tuesday despite rail workers' announcement mid-morning that they had finished their strikes.