Malmö FF secured its 16th Swedish football championship on Sunday with a convincing 2-0 home victory over visiting Mjällby.
A 10-year-old boy was taken to a police station in Gothenburg and interrogated after his father was suspected of conspiring to commit terrorist crimes last weekend, newspaper Göteborgs-Posten (GP) reported on Sunday.
German officials attended a wreath-laying ceremony in Frankfurt on Sunday to honour thousands of Jewish soldiers who gave their lives for Germany during the First World War.
The head of German energy giant EON is preparing the company for a radical restructuring course – including sell-offs or mergers for less profitable sectors, according to a Saturday news report.
A dam burst in Hästberga in southern Sweden on Sunday caused floods and forced residents to evacuate.
Police clashed Sunday with activists trying to halt a train carrying nuclear waste from France to Germany as protests against the shipment turned increasingly violent.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said Sunday he had possibly "overreacted" by publicly admonishing his spokesman during a press conference last week.
The far-right extremist National Democratic Party (NPD) agreed to a merger with the like-minded German People's Union (DVU) during a party conference in the German city of Hohenmölsen, an NPD spokesman said on Saturday.
Police have confirmed that a 38-year-old man was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of murder and attempted murder in Malmö in connection with the recent shootings in southern Sweden.
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was involved in a furious training bust-up with American teammate on Friday, according to reports.
Hometown favourite David Ferrer produced a fine display of attacking tennis to knock out Swedish favourite Robin Söderling 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 and reach the final of the Valencia Open on Saturday.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle embarked on a two-day trip to Israel and the Gaza Strip Sunday aimed at promoting a new start to peace talks and monitoring development efforts.