Swedish porn mogul Berth Milton is set to be the subject of a forthcoming feature film billed as a cross between "The Godfather" and "Boogie Nights" that will lift the lid on the smut business's dirty secrets.
State prosecutors have applied for an arrest warrant for a 17-year-old girl and her 21-year-old boyfriend on suspicion of murdering her parents. Two bodies were found in the garden of a house in a small Bavarian village on Sunday night.
Having possibly seen one too many action movies, a middle-aged German store detective went beyond the call of duty on Saturday when he jumped on the bonnet of a getaway car to prevent the theft of a leather jacket.
Swiss prosecutors said on Monday they would drop a probe into alleged remarks by Turkey's EU affairs minister denying the Armenian genocide, as the official enjoyed diplomatic immunity.
Norwegian adventurer Jarle Andhøy, leader of two unauthorised expeditions to Antarctica, was intercepted by the Chilean navy on his latest return from the icy continent, his spokesman said on Monday.
Germany’s leading maker of solar cells, Q-Cells, said Monday it was ready to file for bankruptcy as it no longer saw any secure financial basis for a continuation of its business.
A German coffee producer has come under attack for allegedly taking advantage of a brutal land-grab in Uganda that made way for a "sustainable" plantation.
A Swedish mother who encouraged her three-year-old son to drink beer and filmed as he was given cigarettes was convicted on Monday and fined for her actions.
Three Swedes have struck online (and pepperoni covered) gold after the online pizza service they created was bought by a German company
Swiss champion Fabian Cancellara has had an operation on his broken right collar bone after his fall this weekend in the Tour of Flanders classic, the SportInformation agency said.
Germans are being urged to use condoms with a new campaign which features people saying how they want sex – romantic, tender, exciting and even “at last.”
From documentaries to high-end costume dramas, the centenary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic has sparked a tidal wave of TV shows, up for grabs at this week's MIPTV international trade show in Cannes.
The Green candidate in France's presidential election, Eva Joly, was allowed to return home on Monday after being hospitalised overnight following a fall as she left a cinema, officials said.
In line with the wishes of his family, murdered black metal musician Øystein Aarseth will not have his picture painted on the tailfin of a Norwegian airline plane despite topping an online poll.
A cat which was discovered in central Sweden "with a limp" was taken by police and shot dead, and then dumped on a roadside.
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppé said on Monday that the situation in Mali was "rapidly deteriorating" but ruled out sending French soldiers to the former colony.
Social Democrat head Stefan Löfven called recent "anti-Semitic" comments by Malmö mayor Ilmar Reepalu "wrong" following what Jewish leaders called a "constructive" meeting to discuss the issue on Monday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulated Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi Monday on winning her first bid for a seat in parliament, calling the election a victory for democracy.
North Korea's young leader Kim Jong-Un, who was schooled in Switzerland, obtained poor grades in school and was often absent, according to a Swiss newspaper report.
The fabulous weather of recent weeks will not last over Easter, say weather forecasters.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's majority in the German parliament is under threat over child care subsidies for those who care for kids at home, after 23 of her own MPs wrote an open letter in revolt at the idea.
File-sharing site Megaupload boss Kim Schmitz, who was accused of massive online piracy which cost copyright owners more than $500 million, is recording a music album.
A top Swiss security official has called for the country to reintroduce border checks in a bid to combat a spike in burglaries committed by organized foreign crime gangs.
Increasing numbers of foreign-born women are taking the plunge into self-employment in Sweden in order to overcome the difficulties of finding a job, new statistic show.
Police in northern Sweden are hunting for a woman who allegedly threw a pot of scalding hot water on her boyfriend in a fit of jealous rage.
A successful businessman who fell on hard times and ended up homeless has been telling how he got back on his feet to start up a new enterprise.
Frankfurt buzzed with the sound of electric needles over the weekend as tattoo artists from all over the world gathered for the 2012 International Convention, to enjoy colourful body art and a healthy dose of naked flesh.
The lawyer for the father of the man police shot dead in Toulouse claims to have video proof that Mohamed Merah was needlessly killed.
The Green candidate in France's presidential election, Eva Joly, was admitted to hospital overnight after a fall on Sunday, but would resume campaigning on Tuesday, her party said.
The beer goggles theory that people look more attractive after a few drinks is true, at least when it comes to how sexy we feel about ourselves.
Three tax inspectors who bought a stolen CD in their chase for German tax evaders have been told they must stay out of Switzerland or face arrest, after a cross-border tax spat turned nasty.
The North Sea has some way to go before running out of oil but faced with falling output, unlocking new reserves is proving technologically complex and expensive, according to experts.
More than two dozen Swedes were arrested in Brussels on Sunday for attempting to break into NATO headquarters along with hundreds of other peace activists.
Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche could withdraw its takeover bid for US gene mapper Illumina, the SonnatgsZeitung reported on Sunday, citing sources close to the deal.
The German upstart Pirate Party could get as much as nine percent in a national election, comfortably putting it into parliament, a new survey shows.
A police officer has been convicted of professional misconduct after forcing a man described as "cocky" into a police vehicle in central Stockholm and dropping him on the outskirts of town even though he had broken no laws.
Former resistance fighter Lise London, the widow of Arthur London who wrote "The Confession" about his 1951 Stalinist show trial, died on Saturday, aged 96, the French Communist party said Sunday.
A man in Malmö in southern Sweden is suspected of having set his wife on fire following a domestic dispute stemming from her request for a divorce.