Swedish singer Agnetha Fältskog has revealed that she is open to reuniting with supergroup Abba in a detailed recent magazine interview.
The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) has turned to antique rolling stock to boost resources battling the snow and to clear a stretch of track in southern Sweden, according to a report by Sveriges Television (SVT).
A number of prominent Swedish business leaders have become more sceptical towards Sweden joining the euro in the near future, but stressed their belief in the currency's viability in the long term.
As almost round-the-clock night descends on their country in December, AFP's Rita Devlin Marier discovers that Swedes turn on their own informal celebration of light, in keeping with long-held traditions and to help cope with the darkest time of the year.
Spain's leading construction company ACS said Monday it now had a 29.27 percent stake in Hochtief as part of its bid to take control of the German group.
Suspected Islamic extremists are reportedly being closely monitored during the holidays, which German intelligence authorities consider to be a high season for Islamist recruitment.
A trio of Boxing Day thieves in southern Sweden were caught red-handed after police followed the tracks that the two wheelchair-bound members of the group had left in the snow.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said he was "very worried" by the second fraud conviction of jailed Russian tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky Monday, calling it a "step backward" for the country.
New Year’s Eve without fireworks is unthinkable for many Germans, but giddy pyromaniacs could face hefty fines for recklessly blowing things up near churches, hospitals and quaint thatched-roof houses.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has announced that he was forced to sign book deals reportedly worth about $1.7 million due to the ongoing financial hardships that he is currently facing, according to media reports.
A young woman threw her newborn baby out of her apartment window in Berlin, killing the infant, police said on Monday.
Volvo Cars CEO Stefan Jacoby has confirmed that the firm plans to open a new assembly plant in China in two years.
The German government is planning to use undercover investigators to probe the quality of banks’ investment services.
The number of cyber-attacks on German government computers has risen dramatically in 2010 and authorities suspect Chinese government hackers are behind the assault, the media reported Monday.
Parishioners at Luleå Cathedral were treated to something of an improvised Christmas Day service when the pastor overslept and only made it in time for the coffee.
Hospital patients would only have to share a room with one other person and appointments with specialists would be guaranteed within three weeks under health reforms being drawn up by the German government.
Swedish striker Johan Elmander's winner against West Bromwich Albion on Boxing Day helped to keep Bolton's unlikely challenge for a place in European competition on track.
People disappointed with their Christmas presents have been delivered some bad news by Consumer Minister Ilse Aigner – they have no legal right to return unwanted gifts.
Security at the Reichstag in Berlin is set to be dramatically tightened after an inventory showed that nearly 23,000 people including tradespeople, interns and lobbyists have virtually unfettered access to the building.
The Arlanda Express airport train is running as normal again after an interruption lasting several hours on Monday morning due to a signalling problem.
There were few accidents reported on Sweden's roads on Boxing Day, as warnings for treacherous conditions appeared to have been heeded by drivers.
Former Swedish captain and Arsenal star Freddie Ljungberg may sign for Glasgow giants Celtic as the club bids to add some experience in their push for the Scottish Premier League crown.