Swiss Muslim leaders have reacted angrily after it was reported that a travel agency specializing in holidays for gay people is organizing tours of Muslim countries.
Deutsche Bahn said on Monday it had ordered 200 diesel locomotives for passenger and freight trains – an investment of up to €600 million ($859 million).
Germany can expect balmy, summer-like weather over the Easter holiday weekend, the German Weather Service (DWD) said Monday.
Russian businessman Vladimir Antonov has agreed a deal with an independent European bank to handle payments to Swedish carmaker Saab with regard to the sale of its property holdings, his spokesperson has confirmed.
In the wake of the Eurosceptic Finnish party True Finns’ electoral gains at the weekend, Germany has urged the Scandinavian country to abide by European Union resolutions on the bloc's common currency.
A Stockholm ad agency is using the occasion of an art director's parental leave to launch a service selling ad space on out-of-office messages.
Bayern Munich executives on Monday gave the strongest hints yet that Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will soon be moving from Schalke 04 to the Bundesliga giants.
Swedish file sharing website The Pirate Bay has agreed to participate with researchers at Lund University in a major survey of the habits and norms of those using the popular website.
Swedish rail operator SJ has been given clearance by the Swedish Data Inspection Board (Datainspektionen) to open a "graffiti database" in order to assist police reports and damages claims.
A group of opposition exile Libyans have gathered outside the Libyan embassy in Stockholm on Monday to protest that the independence era rebel flag raised in February has been taken down.
The booming economy is pumping windfall money into German government purses, with the tax intake in March a whopping 16.5 percent higher than the same month last year, media reported Monday.
Former Berlin rapper Deso Dogg, who quit music to become a radical Islamic preacher, is facing weapons charges after police raided his home and found ammunition.
Thieves have raided barn near Zurich and stolen birds worth 25,000 Swiss francs, according to reports.
Swedish carmaker Volvo wants to let drivers kick back, take their hands off the wheel, and catch up on a little TV while barreling down the motorway, all in the name of improving road safety, The Local's Geoff Mortimore explains.
Johan af Donner, the former Swedish Red Cross communications chief sentenced to five years in prison for swindling the organisation out of millions of kronor, has lost an appeal against his conviction.
Sweden's foreign minister Carl Bildt has expressed concern over the possible impact of the Finnish elections on Nordic and EU countries, after the emergence of a nationalist party as a political force.
A truck carrying 24 cattle overturned on Bavaria's A7 motorway near Schweinfurt early Monday morning, spilling the animals into traffic and forcing its temporary closure, the police said.
Switzerland has denied legal aid to Tunisia and Egypt to recover the assets of ousted presidents Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and Hosni Mubarak, an official spokesman has said.
Swiss police said Friday a massive operation to find missing twins kidnapped in January by their father had failed to uncover any new evidence.
Roughly half of Swedish tax revenues are generated by residents in and around the capital city of Stockholm, according to a new study.
German motorists could be slapped with up to €365 a year in extra costs under a secret government study into the introduction of road tolls, media reported Monday.
A Swedish film team was arrested in Azerbaijan at the weekend while working on a documentary about freedom of speech.
Violent neo-Nazis are growing in number, the head of the domestic intelligence agency said Monday, confirming a troubling trend of recent years.
Around 3,000 people die every year in Sweden because of deficient patient safety, according to two leading doctors, who argue that Sweden needs to follow other countries in debating how to address the problem.
Train drivers at five major private rail operators will again go on strike Monday afternoon and will not return to work until Thursday.