Saab unveiled its new concept car today at the International Geneva Motor Show - a futuristic sports car with butterfly doors known as the PhoeniX.
The Riksdag's Committee on Industry and Trade (Näringsutskottet) wants to halt the sale of government shares in mortgage lender SBAB, Posten Norden and telecommunications company TeliaSonera.
Former Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg suffered a fall from grace even more sudden than his gravity-defying rise. A profile of Germany's most popular politician.
Decency has won the day, but the price for that victory is high. Malte Lehming from Der Tagesspiegel examines Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg’s downfall and what his resignation might mean for Angela Merkel.
Hamburg police have released surveillance footage of a stabbing at a döner kebab shop in hope of finding the attacker. The man nearly killed the snack shop worker because he was apparently unhappy with the quality of the meat he was served.
A new study showed Tuesday that the number of illiterate adults in Germany is twice as high as previously thought, an alarming development that Education Minister Annette Schavan said she hopes a new reading initiative will help.
The number of unemployed in Germany dropped sharply last month as warmer temperatures and strong order books drove job creation in Europe's biggest economy, official data showed Tuesday.
A Swedish plane was expected to depart from Malta for Libya on Tuesday afternoon to help push evacuation plans forward following delays due to the collapse of air traffic control in Tripoli.
A group of right-wing extremists demonstrated outside a housing facility for unaccompanied refugee children near Stockholm after internet rumours about a suspected sexual assault spiraled out of control.
Every third beer that is consumed in Sweden is bought from outside its borders. And, given the strong krona, the trend won’t be stopping soon.
Always window shopping but never stopping to buy? In the future you can do both with new technology allowing you to point through the window at items and buy them with a swish of your hand.
An apparent cannabis enthusiast has provided what could be a key clue to Swedish investigators who had previously been stumped by a cylindrical object found near the body of the Stockholm suicide bomber.
High-octane petrol is getting scarce at German gas stations as drivers uncertain about the safety of new Super E10 gasoline-ethanol mix fill up with traditional super grades. The government and auto lobby are calling for better information on the new biofuel.
After initial strikes in the states of Hesse and Saarland on Monday, public workers' unions called temporary strikes for members in North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein on Tuesday.
Sweden's economy easily beat expectations to post record growth in the fourth quarter while 2010 as a whole turned out to be the strongest year since 1970, the national statistics agency said Tuesday.
Embattled German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg resigned on Tuesday amid intense political pressure following revelations he plagiarized large parts of his doctoral thesis.
The US on Monday named leading Chinese search engine Baidu and Swedish torrent download site Pirate Bay in a list of the world's top marketplaces for pirated and counterfeit goods.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is becoming the target of increasing criticism for her support of Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, who has been hit by a plagiarism scandal.
Twelve percent of girls and 4 percent of boys placed in state-run youth care homes in Sweden sold sex for drugs or money last year, according to a new report.
German President Christian Wulff has sharply criticized Germany's past dealings with some Arab regimes, saying the country had been much too accommodating to authoritarian, corrupt governments.
The German military could find itself short thousands of soldiers once conscription ends because few volunteers appear to be interested in signing up.
Aircraft have been seen flying between Belarus and Libya, raising concerns that Minsk is sending arms to Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, an official at a specialist Swedish think tank said Monday.