The recent slippery conditions across Sweden have resulted in record overcrowding in the country's emergency rooms.
Sweden's foreign ministry has maintained its travel warning against Egypt in despite the resignation of former president Hosni Mubarak late on Friday.
Former Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer has described the breakdown in relations between himself and former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder during the build-up to the 2003 Iraq invasion.
Questions have been raised about the application of youth work protection rules for teenage footballers after Julian Draxler scored the winning goal for Schalke 04 against Nuremberg last week – after 8 pm.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has drawn parallels between the popular ousting of autocratic leaders in Egypt and Tunisia with the democratic revolution in Eastern Europe 20 years ago.
American First Lady Michelle Obama's television appearance in a dress from Sweden's H&M has prompted an exhaustive hunt for the elusive item, which has sold out in a number of stores in the US.
Foreigners living in Germany could soon be able to join the country's army, according to a proposal being put together by the Defence Ministry to make the new, professional fighting force more attractive.
Up to 1 million passengers were affected when bus services in Stockholm county shut down completely on Friday due to slippery conditions caused by heavy snowfall and strong winds.
Bundesbank president Axel Weber says he decided not to run for leadership of the European Central Bank (ECB) because he did not enjoy the support of enough European governments.
Sweden's Peter Forsberg return to the NHL with his old team, the Colorado Avalanche, was not enough to lift them against the Columbus Blue Jackets, who skated away with a 3-1 victory.
Germany was joined by Brazil, India and Japan on Friday in announcing that they would press for concrete action this year to open up the UN Security Council to new members.