Thousands of people lined the streets of Stockholm on Saturday to take part in what organisers claim to be the single largest event in Scandinavia, The Stockholm Pride Parade.
Germany's air traffic controllers are threatening a new strike next week, despite a court ruling banning planned action last Thursday. Transport Minister Peter Ramsauer is exasperated at their demands.
The downsizing of one of Germany's leading energy companies could be much more devastating than previously expected. E.ON may be considering cutting up to 10,000 jobs worldwide.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling Christian Democratic Union continued to bicker about its policy direction on Saturday, with parliamentary leader Volker Kauder insisting it was time for the party to stop "navel-gazing."
Several people have been reported missing from the World Scout Jamboree currently taking place in Rinkaby, outside Kristianstad in Southern Sweden.
The leaders of Germany and France joined US President Barack Obama on Friday in pledging to consider new steps to punish Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and his government over "indiscriminate" attacks on civilians.
The new "bathing woman" sculpture set in Hamburg's Binnenalster - an artificial lake in the city centre - has had a few problems since being unveiled. Not only did she nearly sink, local residents struggled to see her artistic merits.
Former high jump record holder Patrik Sjöberg has revealed how he slipped into a world of drug taking and partying as a way of dealing with his injuries.
Fredrik Reinfeldt will address a scout meeting in Kristianstad on Saturday along with his Finnish and Danish counterparts as a mark of solidarity in the wake of the atrocities in Utøya and Oslo last month.
An organic food boom in Germany is creating demand for flour ground the old way, but the country only has one person left with the skills needed to carve and maintain millstones.
Employees at beleaguered car maker Saab are cautiously optimistic after receiving their salaries for July this week and the news that further talks with Pang Da could take place over the weekend.
Officials in Bonn are counting pennies after raiding a woman thought to have hoarded around €40,000 in small-denomination coins she earned looking after public toilets – and failed to declare to the tax office.