The gunman behind the July 22nd twin attacks in Norway will appear in court via video link next week in the presence of the media and the families of the 77 victims, Oslo's district court said Tuesday.
German authorities say they are confident they have solved the 2007 murder of a police woman after her pistol was found near the bodies of two neo-Nazi bank robbers. Their accomplice turned herself in on Tuesday.
Sweden's debt collection agency (Kronofogden) had planned to sell seven paintings, believed to be painted by Adolf Hitler, to pay off former Hells Angels head Thomas Möller's mounting debts.
A German theologian has sparked controversy by calling Sweden's beloved Pippi Longstocking children's books racist and demanding additions to prompt parents to skip over or explain certain passages.
The release of a new Michelin restaurant guide in Germany has dashed some dreams and made others come true. Nearly 250 German restaurants were awarded stars by the gourmet guide this year. But 13 restaurants have lost stars.
A French court ruled Tuesday that a British tabloid had violated the privacy of former world motorsport chief Max Mosley when it published photographs of him in a sadomasochistic orgy.
Seven-time world Formula One champion Michael Schumacher has caused a stir in Germany by insisting "Switzerland is the only home I have".
Swiss justice officals raided the offices of Chechen businessman Bulat Chagaev, the owner of football club Neuchatel Xamax, after claims emerged that he had submitted falsified financial documents, local press reported on Tuesday.
Seven-times world Formula One champion Michael Schumacher has caused a stir in Germany by insisting "Switzerland is the only home I have".
An increasing number of unauthorized data access cases are being reported in Sweden, not in the least due to spurned IT-savvy exes wanting to keep tabs on their former partners.
A coed group of students in Dresden have stripped for the latest “Geist is geil” (“Knowledge is Sexy”) calendar, which is ostensibly meant to promote higher education in the eastern German state of Saxony.
Swiss rail operator SBB has said it will begin fining passengers who take up seats in full carriages with their jackets or bags.
Wild boars digging up gardens, foxes roaming building sites, and raccoons ravaging allotments – city-dwelling Germans are reporting increasing sightings of and problems with wildlife.
The Swedish government has described as unfortunate a statement by General Motors (GM) this week threatening to block the transfer of technology licences if two Chinese companies buy Saab.
Record exports pushed Germany's trade surplus to a three-year high in September, data showed on Tuesday, as Europe's biggest economy remains resilient to the eurozone debt crisis – at least for now.
A 27-year-old man from Umeå in northern Sweden has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for fatally stabbing a 55-year-old woman, who he allegedly thought was a man due to her extensive facial hair.
Swedish actor Ola Rapace is in London to take part in the new James Bond film "Skyfall", according to his agent Aleksandra Mandic.
With unemployment on the rise in Switzerland, the country's main employers' association is calling for the implementation “emergency measures” to help make businesses more competitive again.
Switzerland's second-biggest bank Credit Suisse said on Tuesday it had warned American clients they may be the target of a US tax probe, and urged them to hire lawyers to represent them.
Scandinavian airline SAS reported on Tuesday a slim third-quarter net profit, a switch from a deep loss in 2010, and maintained its positive outlook for all of 2011, but said uncertainty lay ahead.
As pressure grows for Germany to tap its gold reserves amid the European sovereign debt crisis, the Bundesbank is refusing to end its silence on where its more than 3,000 tonnes of the precious metal is stored.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a "liar" in talks with US President Barack Obama, who then complained of having to deal with him daily, a report said
France laid claim on Monday to a French baroque painting that it said was stolen 200 years ago, and barred a London gallery that brought the work to Paris for an exhibition from taking it back.
President Hugo Chavez on Monday described leftist Venezuelan militant Carlos the Jackal, on trial for deadly attacks in 1980s France, a "worthy heir of the greatest (leftist) struggles."
Towards the end of World War 1, the French army drew up plans to build a "fake Paris" in an attempt to get German planes to drop their bombs away from the real capital city.
Ikea, H&M, and Ericsson are all well known Swedish brands, but there are other products out there that might not be as commonly associated with the land of the midnight sun.
AC Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic brought home a record sixth, and fifth consecutive, Golden Ball at Sweden's football gala on Monday evening, underlining his status as Sweden's leading player.
Sweden has topped the list ranking foreign aid policies among the world's wealthy countries for the third year running, according to an annual study by the US-based Center for Global Development (CDG).
Train passengers across France will face possible delays and cancellations on Tuesday as rail workers across Europe take industrial action to protest against further rail liberalization.
Norway’s consumer rights watchdog, Forbrukerrådet, has launched a campaign against parabens, a chemical found in common cosmetics and hygiene products said to cause hormonal imbalances.
Socialist presidential candidate François Hollande took to the airwaves on Monday evening to denounce the latest austerity drive announced by the government, at the same time as the prime minister spoke on a rival channel.
The world's biggest temporary staffing group Adecco said on Tuesday its third quarter profit rose 13 percent to €145 million ($199 million) and forecast a strong performance for the rest of the
The western region of Poitou-Charentes has been named as one of the top ten regions to visit in 2012 by travel guide the Lonely Planet.
Hotel guests in central Oslo are being issued keychain personal alarms in the event they are attacked in the capital’s many darkened areas after hours.
Stockholm has placed among the ten best cities to visit in 2012 in a recent ranking published by the Lonely Planet travel guides, which referred to the Swedish capital as “cozy yet cosmopolitan”.
The Swedish military has condemned that a participant in a recent hostage survival exercise was accused of being a homosexual, but ruled there was nothing wrong with officers threatening to rape his girlfriend.
Sweden's foreign aid minister has criticized the use of taxpayer money to fund a “one-sided” report on the conflict in the Middle East entitled “Colonialism and apartheid – Israel's occupation of Palestine”.
Police in Augsburg have offered a reward of €55,000 for help leading to the arrest of two men responsible for the murder of an officer in Augsburg 10 days ago. Nearly 2,000 people gathered to remember the victim on Monday.
An international team of researchers led by a German scientist believe they have found the first evidence that spotted horses, often depicted in cave paintings, actually existed tens of thousands of years ago.
It may be slim pickings under the Christmas tree this year, as a survey reveals that Germans plan on spending less on presents.