Germany's foreign ministry Saturday said it had summoned Iran's ambassador to demand the release of an Iranian-born Christian pastor whose death sentence Berlin fears will be carried out soon.
German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich has come under attack from the key author of “The Daily Life of Muslims in Germany” study, published by the Bild newspaper on Thursday.
Germany's 16 states disagree over whether the country should introduce a unified Abitur examination for graduating high school pupils.
The cause of a private plane crash in the western German state of Hesse on Friday remains unknown, but authorities have identified the five victims, the Bild newspaper reported.
A tiny baby boar with a broken leg is now recovering in a foster home, thanks to a young German family who went out for a walk and saw the helpless animal.
German authorities have seized nearly twice as many amphetamines over the last two years as they did in 2009, according to a report published Saturday.
The 28-year-old man suspected of stabbing a 10-year-old girl in the throat at a Gothenburg school called and identified himself to emergency services immediately after the attack, but the information wasn't forwarded to the police.
Sniffer dogs will be used to search schools in Landskrona municipality in southern Sweden after officials concluded that “attitudes toward narcotics have become more liberal”.
A man from Märsta in northern Stockholm has been denied the right to adopt the word “Svartjobb” (literally: black work) as his name after tax authorities deemed it to have negative connotations and to be indicative of a poor work ethic.
Radio waves that move like pasta spirals could help unclog the wireless world by boosting the power of radio communications, Italian and Swedish researchers said Friday.
Some 20 people were taken to hospital after a section of stage gave way during a concert at the Globe Arena in Stockholm on Friday evening.