Zürich University has provoked the anger of students after it emerged that it had installed security cameras in one of its men's toilets.
The German government said after crisis talks Tuesday it was sticking with a newly introduced petrol with a 10-percent biofuel content despite major problems since its introduction last month.
Former union-boss and prominent Social Democrat Stig Malm said on Tuesday he is "ashamed" to be a member of the party in light of its protracted leader election process.
Swedish music streaming service Spotify said Tuesday it had reached one million paying users, a number that has doubled in under a year but still represents fewer than one out of six Spotify users.
Police in Germany and Italy arrested 35 alleged mafia members on Tuesday in what is being called a major blow to the notorious 'Ndrangheta syndicate.
Two witnesses have told police searching for twin girls abducted by their father that they saw them in Geneva on the day of their disappearance.
A Swedish woman is being treated at the intensive care unit of Linköping University hospital in eastern Sweden after being diagnosed with the deadly disease Lassa fever.
The German central bank said Tuesday that growth should be around 2.5 percent this year as domestic demand picks up alongside exports, the traditional driver of Europe's largest economy.
German parliamentarians in Berlin sent their employees home on Tuesday after an electricity failure at the Bundestag and surrounding government buildings rendered even many toilets inoperable.
The Swedish National Food Administration (Livsmedelsverket) has discovered that a number of chickens which have not been bled and thus suspects that they may have been scalded and plucked alive.
Too few women serve on the boards of directors at Swedish companies and introducing quotas may be a necessary step to ensure that companies capture the benefits of diversity, argues leadership coach Margareta Neld.
German carmaker Audi posted Tuesday a 2010 net profit that was almost double the previous year's and gave an upbeat outlook for 2011.
Two people have died this week during Karneval parades and several others were seriously injured. Both of the deaths resulted from head injuries sustained after falls.
Police in Scotland have confirmed that a man has been arrested in connection with the suicide bombing in Stockholm in December.
Bus operator Keolis has abandoned plans to enforce a Swedish-only policy on drivers in Jönköping in central Sweden, with the company hierarchy stating that its staff should be free to enjoy their lunch in a language of their choice.
A man dubbed the "Bolt pistol man" after allegedly using a livestock anaesthetizing device in an attack in Linköping in eastern Sweden in January is set to be charged with planning 17 murders.
Pope Benedict XIV will likely hold an outdoor mass on the grounds of Berlin’s Charlottenburg Palace during a visit in September, newspaper Bild reported on Tuesday. Also under consideration initially were the Olympic Stadium and Gendarmenmarkt.
The housewife is becoming a threat to European growth, according to Birgitta Ohlsson, Sweden’s EU Minister.
In addition to guilty pleasures such as chocolate, alcohol and cigarettes, some German Christians are also planning on giving up social networking site Facebook during the traditional fasting period of Lent.
A 90-year-old man has died following a run in with his 79-year-old neighbour at a care facility for the elderly in Lund in southern Sweden.
Germany is the most popular country in the world, according to a poll that asked people to rate the positive and negative influence of 16 major nations.
Schools in Rosengård in Malmö in southern Sweden have come in for stinging criticism from the Swedish Schools Inspectorate (Skolinspektionen).
Thousands of teachers in eastern Germany are staying away from their classrooms on Tuesday as limited strikes in the public sector continue.
Malin Frenning, the head of Swedish-Finnish telecom firm TeliaSonera's broadband services unit, has been named Sweden’s most powerful businesswoman by a leading business magazine.
A drive to provide an alternative motor fuel has hit obstacles in environmentally conscious Germany, and a summit is planned on Tuesday to determine why drivers are bypassing the new E10 petrol.
The federal government is planning a meeting with human resources directors from Germany's 30 DAX companies to tackle the issue of an absence of women in top management jobs, according to a newspaper report.