Another suspected bomb was found Sunday morning on a street in Sköndal in southern Stockholm. This finding follows last week’s string of discoveries in the same area.
Sweden’s King and Queen did not receive the royal treatment last week when they were turned away from a busy German restaurant. The owner admits she failed to recognize the noble duo, but said she still wouldn't have let them in.
The head of Germany's Commerzbank Martin Blessing has called for a unified European economic policy organized by a finance minister to stabilize the single currency. The only alternative is to abandon the euro, he said.
The expected large-scale street battles between police and left-wing radicals after Hamburg's Schanzenfest did not materialize on Saturday night, though the entrance to a bank was destroyed. The police had 2,100 officers on duty.
Three more vehicles were set on fire in the German capital on Saturday night, with police still unable to stop the spate of arson attacks. Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich has expressed growing concern.
Economics Minister Philipp Rösler has reiterated his commitment to tax cuts in 2013, despite the government's struggles to balance its budget.
Croatia and Serbia's European Union prospects will be on the agenda when German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits the region on Monday, when she will also press for a cooling of frictions between Belgrade and Kosovo.
Sweden’s Centre Party leader, Maud Olofsson, due to retire from her post later this year, has been asked to sit on an advisory council for U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Dutch star Arjen Robben produced another eye-catching performance on Saturday as Bayern Munich hammered Hamburg 5-0 while champions Borussia Dortmund earned a 2-0 victory over Nuremberg.
Bears in Sweden unwittingly live on the edge as the year’s autumn bear hunting season opens Sunday in both central and northern parts of the country.
A tiny spy camera disguised as a towel rack was discovered in a women’s shower room in western Sweden. Officials say video from the hidden device was ”for sexual purposes.”
After a battery of high-profile blog posts and tweets regarding the gruesome massacre in Norway, party brass from Swedens Democrats urge members to take a stance of silence.