German police are looking for a "young male, dressed in dark clothes" believed to have sexually assaulted and murdered an 11-year-old girl, who was found in a multi-story car park in Emden, northwestern Germany on Saturday night.
A man and a woman from Sundsvall in northern Sweden are under suspicion for skimming bank cards of hundreds of thousands of kronor and buying postage stamps for the money.
Prestigious Swedish boarding school Lundsberg has been sued for 178,400 kronor ($26,523) in damages for a boy who was allegedly continuously bullied by other students.
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The number of Germans who died after taking drugs dropped 20 percent last year compared to 2010. But authorities warned that crystal meth was making inroads into German drug culture.
The Royal Court on Monday released another three images of the latest addition to the Swedish Royal family, Princess Estelle.
Norway said on Monday it was closing its embassy in Damascus for security reasons, following other countries that have done the same for safety concerns or to protest against the regime's crackdown.
A Roman sarcophagus, believed to have been excavated illegally from an archaeological site close to Turkey's Antalya, has been seized by authorities from a Swiss warehouse, a customs official said on Monday.
A 19-year-old Spanish citizen was sentenced to ten years in jail for rape on Monday by Kristiansand district court in southern Norway.
A Norwegian court on Monday sentenced Mullah Krekar, the founder of a radical Iraqi Kurdish Islamist group, to five years in jail for issuing death threats against a former government minister and others.
Golf enthusiasts in Kiruna, northern Sweden, took to the “whites” this weekend to compete for the unofficial title of Sweden’s best snow golfer.
Bad news for sunbathers, but good news for plants, as a cold front pushes back across Germany this week bringing chilly temperatures and bucketfuls of rain, the German Weather Service (DWD) reported on Monday.
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Eight people have been charged for their part in the “biggest ever” cocaine ring in Sweden, in which several tons of cocaine at a value of 4.5 billion kronor ($665 million) had been imported from Colombia.
Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche on Monday extended its hostile $5.7 billion bid for US gene mapper Illumina by four weeks.
A mother from Malmö in southern Sweden, charged with forcing her 3-year-old son to smoke cigarettes and drink alcohol at a party last year, has confessed to all charges but was unable to offer the court any explanation why she acted the way she did.
German World Cup legend Rudi Völler has launched an extraordinary attack against the football coverage on Sky TV, saying the pundits were Muppets.
Norwegian international footballer Alexander Aas praised his girlfriend for intervening to help him after he was assaulted by two men in the south-eastern town of Skien on Saturday night.
Commuters were left struck at train stations and parents at home with their children on Monday as tens of thousands of public sector workers went on strike ahead of talks with employers this week.
The French College of Physicians has filed complaints against Dr. Pierre Dukan, whose Dukan Diet is supposedly followed by the Duchess of Cambridge among others, for suggesting dieting should be included in the school curriculum.
French parents and teachers are calling for a boycott of all homework in schools for a fortnight. They say homework is useless, tiring and increases inequalities between pupils.
The self-confessed gunman Mohamed Merah divorced his wife one day before French police launched an assault on his flat in Toulouse. Merah claimed he shot seven people in the Toulouse area to "avenge" Palestinian children.
President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Monday that influential Qatar-based Sunni Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi was not welcome in France.
Federal Councillor Andrea Caroni is calling for prostitutes to be entitled to take action for unpaid fees.
Five Germans taking a pleasure flight at a spring fair were lucky to escape injury after their helicopter crashed. Their pilot was hurt and had to be taken to a nearby hospital – in a helicopter.
A bungling Berlin policeman called to a jewellery shop robbery fired his gun at a colleague in plain clothes who had also answered the call – but was such a bad shot that no-one was hurt.
Former Syrian ambassador to Sweden, Mohammad Bassam Imadi, has revealed that the Syrian government was spying on Syrian exiles in Sweden during his time in office.
The Council of the Swiss Abroad has passed a unanimous resolution calling on Swiss banks not to discriminate against citizens living in foreign countries.
A new Swedish study shows that young male high school students, enrolled in the science programme, often downplay their schoolwork in order to culture the social aspect of their future career through making friends and networking.
A powerful Audi crammed with teenagers crashed on Sunday morning in Zurich Altstetten after escaping from police, killing one 16-year-old girl.
Monaco’s Prince Albert and Princess Charlene continued their tour of Lapland on Monday as they prepared to visit an open air school for young reindeer herders in the far north of Norway.
A wanted man took an unsuspecting couple hostage late Sunday night after entering their flat as they slept in an attempt to evade capture by police in the west Stockholm suburb of Bromma.
Twitter is setting up a specific Germany headquarters and has chosen to base it in Berlin – despite Chancellor Angela Merkel’s recent rejection of a personal invitation to join the microblogging network.
The world's biggest watch company Swatch is looking at building a car that runs on hydrogen and oxygen, its chief executive and chairman Nick Hayek said in an interview published on Sunday.
The frequency of rape case acquittals in Sweden has increased dramatically in recent years, new research has shown, and scholars have a theory as to what lay behind the trend.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it would be "catastrophic" to allow Greece to leave the eurozone because of its debt problems, and underlined the need for Britain within the European Union.
Pedestrians heading for a zebra crossing may be making a bad decision. One in five people hit by cars or bikes are on the black-and-white stripes, figures released on Monday show.
One woman is being held by police in northern Sweden after two women were found dead early Saturday morning in a flat in Piteå.