Two of Sweden's union leaders have singled out the failure of the organisations to modernise their approaches to collective bargaining as a major reason an increasing number of Swedes choose not to become members.
Art-house cinema broke into the next dimension at the Berlin film festival Sunday with hotly awaited 3D premieres from European veterans seeking to reclaim the format from Hollywood blockbusters.
A new study led by a Karolinska Institute researcher suggests that fruit and vegetable consumption may actually trigger allergies in children.
Former Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück has rejected his Social Democratic colleague Frank-Walter Steinmeier’s suggestion that he stand for the position of head of the European Central Bank (ECB).
Thousands of people Sunday formed a human chain in the eastern German city of Dresden to mark the 66th anniversary of the deadly Allied firebombing during World War II and to protest against a neo-Nazi march.
The relatively mild temperatures which have graced much of Germany recently have gone, replaced by wintry weather likely to last well into the new week, the German Weather Service (DWD) said on Sunday.
As details of gun ownership are gathered in Germany for a new national register, it has emerged that 6.3 million weapons are registered in private households in the country.
A centre-left coalition of Social Democrats (SPD) and Greens looks set to win next week's election in the city-state of Hamburg, according to the latest opinion poll published in Focus magazine.
Swedish French Open finalist Robin Söderling defended his ATP Rotterdam title with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 defeat of France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Sunday.
Thomas Gottschalk, host of Germany’s most successful television show Wetten, dass..? will step down at the end of the season after a contestant was paralysed during a stunt performed on the show.
A Swedish military agency that is testing the bombs that were found after the terrorist attack in Stockholm estimates that the number of people who could have been killed would have been "well below 30" if they had successfully detonated.
A replacement municipal councillor for the Sweden Democrats in eastern Sweden may be expelled from the party after writing in an online forum that he is against "race mixing" and that Europeans have children with "niggers, Asians, etc."