BMW is to develop a new brand of electric cars exclusive to China, giving into pressure from the Chinese authorities.
Bayer Leverkusen's Michael Ballack must wait to find out if he will face his former club Chelsea on Tuesday in the Champions League despite a commanding performance in the German league.
Personal care assistants cannot be forced to help their patients to buy sex while on vacation, concluded the National Board for Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen).
Every other person killed in a traffic accident with cars, trucks or busses in urban areas was not wearing a seatbelt, reported the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), after analysing all fatal accidents over the past five years.
Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble is the favourite to replace the current head of the Eurogroup of finance ministers.
Germany and Italy will argue before the United Nations' highest court next week in a dispute over reparation claims for victims of Third Reich abuses that have been lodged before Italian courts.
The thousands of Swedes mistreated in foster care will not be receiving any economic compensation, stated Maria Larsson, minister for children and elderly, to news agency TT.
Veteran German director Wim Wenders is carrying the torch for Germany in next year’s Oscars with his 3D documentary “Pina.”
A man in his mid-twenties died after being stabbed in the stomach in Gamla Stan, in central Stockholm.
More than 100 German soldiers have taken part in NATO’s Libya operation, 10 times more than previously thought, the government has admitted.
Saab Automobile's CEO Victor Muller has changed his tune since yesterday's announcement. There is no money to pay employee salaries at Saab.
The two men arrested on Thursday in Berlin on suspicion of planning a terror attack have been remanded in custody by a judge.