The German government is prepared to send 160 financial experts to Greece to help the country overhaul its tax collection, the business weekly WirtschaftsWoche reported Saturday.
Frankfurt Airport's tarmac traffic controllers announced Saturday they will renew strikes after wage negotiations broke down. Their union said it will give 24 hours’ notice before workers walk off the job at Germany's biggest air hub.
German secret services have ramped up surveillance of online communications in the fight against terrorism. A new report reveals the authorities accessed 37 million emails and data connections in 2010 - five times as many as in 2009.
A bus carrying about 50 schoolchildren home from a class trip caught on fire early Saturday on the A7 motorway near Soltau in Lower Saxony. No-one was seriously injured, but several teenagers were treated for cuts and smoke inhalation.
Since the birth of Princess Estelle on Thursday, congratulations have been flooding in to the happy parents.
Several pregnant women were incorrectly told by Swedish medical authorities that they'd miscarried, and were encouraged to abort their perfectly healthy foetuses.
Two American women basketball players have been remanded in custody by a Swedish court on suspicions of assaulting a man on the streets of Visby on the Baltic island of Gotland last weekend.
The head of Germany's powerful central bank defended his country's crisis-fighting record ahead of a G20 meeting during which Berlin is likely to come under pressure to do more.
German fashion designer Jil Sander will be returning to the company that bears her name nearly eight years after resigning, the brand has announced.
Charges against the two Swedes suspected of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman in a New York hotel room have been dismissed.
A faulty trunk cover on a human waste truck made for an unpleasant car ride for several surprised drivers on Mörkö, south of Stockholm.