German engineering group Siemens said Tuesday it has won a contract that could be worth some €600 million ($790 million) to supply 258 wind turbines to a US power company.
Sweden's consumer watchdog has criticised 15 small house builders for unfair contract terms, the agency announced on Tuesday.
With bitter cold expected Tuesday night in Germany’s east, police have warned of a high danger that people will freeze to death, especially the homeless.
In a discovery described as a “milestone of archaeology,” scientists have found a 2,600-year-old aristocratic burial site at the Celtic hill fort at Heuneburg in Baden-Württemberg.
Slightly more than 1,600 individuals in Sweden are more than a 100 years old, Sweden's statistics agency reported on Tuesday.
Bayern Munich may be 14 points behind Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund, but Germany defender and World Cup captain Philipp Lahm said Tuesday that the season isn't over yet.
Trade unions are threatening major protests unless Angela Merkel’s coalition government introduces a minimum wage for temporary jobs in Germany to prevent foreign workers undercutting salaries.
Growth in lending to Swedish households by banks and mortgage institutions continued to slow last month, Sweden's statistics agency revealed on Tuesday.
An estimated 300 million kronor ($44.18 million) worth of illegally smuggled sweets and chocolate from Sweden are sold in Denmark every year, the Danish tax authority announced on Tuesday.
A group representing German musicians found itself accused of Scrooge-like meanness on Tuesday after pressing kindergartens to pay up for singing songs that are protected by copyright.
A 33-year-old woman from Värnamo in western Sweden has been sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering her mother and a friend in what has been described as a "bizarre killing".
The incoming head of Germany’s main airport lobby group is demanding the nation’s transit authorities use racial profiling to weed out terrorists at security checks.
Recent hacks on Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt's blog have resulted in the site briefly displaying ads for Russian wives, Danish capital advisers and motivational speakers.
A man blinded by a water cannon during a Stuttgart 21 demonstration – and whose image became a rallying point for protestors – is demanding an apology from Baden-Württemberg state premier Stefan Mappus.
A Swedish citizen has been deported from Colombia to Sweden, suspected of serious drugs offences and of being the leader of a cocaine smuggling ring.
Electricity customers will be forced to pay up to €2 billion too much for their power next year, a study commissioned by the environmentalist Greens party has found.
Two German journalists detained in Iran since October have met their families, an official said on Tuesday, as Germany's foreign minister thanked his Iranian counterpart for his help.
More than seven out of ten Swedes have high or very high confidence in Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, according to a survey by Aftonbladet/Sifo published on Tuesday.
South Korean international Cha Du Ri admitted on Monday that he's a fan of Celtic target Freddie Ljungberg's fashionable choice of underwear as well as the Swede's stylish game.
Around 15 percent of teenage girls in Stockholm take non-prescription painkillers every week or several times a week - to combat stress, pain, sleeping disorders and to lose weight, according to a survey by the Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) daily.
More snow has fallen on Berlin than in any December for at least a century, according to the German Weather Service (DWD). But bitter cold could soon follow the brutal start to winter.