The bodies of a four-month-old girl and her five-year-old sister were discovered Tuesday morning by their grandfather in Lower Saxony – just three weeks after the gruesome murder of two sisters in Bavaria.
In the middle of Sunday service a man jumped up on the altar in a church in Hässleholm, in the south of Sweden. Once installed, he launched forth to preach his own, alternative faith.
Researchers have begun exhuming the remains of Magnus III Ladulås, who reigned as Swedish king from 1275 until 1290, in order to perform DNA tests to ascertain the identity of those with whom he is buried.
A Lufthansa pilot has been arrested at Frankfurt Airport after he tried to bring two deadly slingshots and hundreds of ball bearings into Germany, officials said Tuesday.
The trial of a 24-year-old man charged with 14 sex offences in Sweden's to date largest serial rape case closed on Tuesday in Örebro district court.
Swedish inflation rose at a higher rate in March than the previous month driven by price hikes for clothing and footwear and housing, official data showed on Tuesday.
Despite a request from the Riksdag last year, the Swedish government still hasn’t recognized the genocide of Armenians and other ethnic groups in WWI.
The plans for Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Germany from September 22 to 25 have been given the pope’s stamp of approval, the German Bishops’ Conference said Tuesday in Bonn.
Chancellor Angela Merkel this week asked former Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg to explain the plagiarism of his doctoral thesis, and he has agreed. But he is also trying to block a report by his alma mater that details the extent of his alleged academic violations.
A German-designed car that can be driven by thought alone could allow Jews to drive on the Sabbath, a young Rabbi and artificial intelligence scientist says.
The devastating earthquake and nuclear crisis in Japan, as well as the ongoing crisis in Libya, have hit German investor confidence, the closely-watched ZEW index showed Tuesday.
German carmaker Daimler will team up with industrial giant Bosch in a joint venture to produce electric motors to be used in Mercedes and Smart cars next year, both companies said on Tuesday.
Spyker Cars, the Dutch owner of Sweden's Saab, has said that production will remain on hold indefinitely while it searches for a solution to funding problems in order to pay suppliers.
Violence and crime associated with football games in Germany’s first and second divisions of the Bundesliga have reached a new high, a media report said Tuesday.
The Swiss are 40 times more likely than people elsewhere in Europe to develop the most dangerous form of skin cancer, according to new research.
The four alliance party leaders announced in an article Tuesday that they are ready to push ahead with further tax cuts provided public finances continue to grow.
Switzerland is considering abandoning nuclear power, President Micheline Calmy-Rey said Monday following talks with her Austrian counterpart Heinz Fischer in Vienna.
For more than three-quarters of Germans, fun is the most important motivation to have sex, according to a poll released this week.
Dutch Queen Beatrix visits Germany on Tuesday for a four-day tour that includes meetings with Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Christian Wulff.
Veteran striker Raul says his Schalke 04 side need to be wary of wounded Inter Milan as they look to finish off the Champions League holders at home in Wednesday's quarter-final, second-leg.
Swedish mobile network giant Ericsson is the target of a writ from Chinese telecom equipment supplier ZTE, alleging patent infringement and escalating a legal dispute between the two rivals.
AC Milan's Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was given a three-match ban on Monday after a foul-mouthed tirade at a linesman earned him a sending off during his side's 2-1 win at Fiorentina over the weekend.
Sweden's government announced on Monday that it planned to increase its humanitarian aid to civil war-torn Libya by 10 million kronor ($1.6 million).