Police in the Bavarian town of Obernburg had little trouble tracking down a woman who made off with valuables worth thousands of euros. According to a police report, the thief left her name and address with the store clerk before fleeing.
Police investigating the killing of a 4-year-old boy in Ljungby in central Sweden have recovered the red car, spotted in the area, after its owner contacted the police. The vehicle is no longer seen as related to the incident.
Hundreds of people again took to the streets of Frankfurt and Berlin on Saturday to demonstrate against perceived injustice in the financial system, but the crowds were notably smaller than those seen at protests one week ago.
The Left party has voted to support the "long-term legalisation of all drugs" in its first official policy programme, which members were considering on Saturday during a party congress.
The remains of 618 German soldiers who died during Nazi Germany's World War II retreat through Poland and were buried in mass graves were laid to rest Friday, a memorial organisation said.
Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad is recovering after undergoing heart surgery in Switzerland.
Swedes are among the most dissatisfied customers in the EU when it comes to their mobile phone operators.
German authorities said human remains found in French Polynesia were identified as those of a German man who went missing two weeks ago – but said media reports suggesting cannibalism played a role in his death were unfounded.
German Federal Police have arrested a man and woman on suspicion of having spied for Russia's foreign intelligence service for over two decades, according to a Saturday news report.
Voter confidence in Håkan Juholt is at an all-time low following the recent scandals and allegations over his personal finances.
A wheelchair-bound man was arrested after going on a shooting spree at a bowling alley in Malmö, southern Sweden, on Friday night.