Sweden's Green Party on Saturday voted to appoint Gustav Fridolin and Åsa Romson as new spokespeople at their party conference in Karlstad.
Police confirmed on Saturday that a security error at Frankfurt airport meant that the data of 10,000 airport workers had not undergone a routine check.
Social Democratic Party chairman Sigmar Gabriel has called for substantial increases in Germany's education budget, saying that Germany "is not even up to the average" among industrialized nations.
The Free Democratic Party, junior partner in Germany's ruling coalition, has rejected the Interior Minister's proposal for a constitutional change to enable the army to be deployed within Germany to fight terrorism.
Police say they are ready for Saturday's planned demonstrations for and against the nearly completed mosque on Hisingen in Gothenburg, reports news agency TT.
The number of crimes recorded in Germany in 2010 hit its lowest level since records began being compiled two decades ago for the reunified country, the government said on Friday.
German retailers are reporting the first shortfalls in imports of electronic goods from Japan, two months after a devastating earthquake crippled factories there.
Bolton Wanderers' Swedish striker Johan Elmander has signed a tentative deal with Galatasaray, the Turkish club announced on Friday without giving details of the agreement.
The royal court confirmed Friday that it was King Carl XVI Gustaf's friend that can be heard on a tape negotiating with major criminals, reported news agency TT. But a press secretary for the royal court says the King was not informed that the contact took place.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble backs his French counterpart Christine Lagarde as the EU candidate to head the International Monetary Fund, it was reported Saturday.
Swedish defense group Saab said Friday an ongoing probe into reports it had secretly paid millions of euros to ensure South Africa did not back out of a deal to buy 26 fighter jets had turned up no evidence of wrongdoing.