Borussia Dortmund set a new German league record of 25 Bundesliga matches without defeat in a single season on Saturday as their 2-1 victory at Schalke 04 put them on the verge of a second successive title.
German sportswear giant Adidas came under pressure on Saturday after a British newspaper reported that its London 2012 Olympics clothing was being manufactured "in sweatshop conditions in Indonesia."
The German woman who trapped her one-night stand in her Munich apartment, repeatedly demanding sex, is not a sex goddess, but probably suffering from an addiction, a psychiatrist said Saturday.
Police have arrested a couple in connection with Amir, a lost boy found wandering alone last week in front of a McDonald’s in the Hanau, near Frankfurt.
German producers, distributors and companies that made and tested eggs containing unacceptable levels of the cancer-causing element PCB could face hefty fines, it emerged Saturday.
Heavy snowfalls in central Sweden have left swathes of the Stockholm area without electricity and caused major problems for public transport and road users on Saturday.
The Peruvian government on Friday called for patience and trust from relatives of 36 kidnapped workers, 28 of whom are employed by Swedish construction company Skanska, in its bid to secure their release from leftist guerrillas.
A 25-year-old Indian graduate student at the Blekinge Institute of Technology who was reported missing in late January, has been found dead in Ronneby harbour.
The top management of Germany’s second largest airline does not tool around town in an oversized Mercedes or BMW, but uses a Mini as a company car, a report to be published Sunday said.
A leading Green party official said he is not ruling out a coalition with the up and coming Pirate Party, but warned that the upstart politicians need to stand for more than education for all and free public transportation.
A pop video featuring a blonde Swedish singer imploring left-wing French presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon to "take power over me" has been revealed to be a media hoax.
Swedish football player Mattias Bjärsmyr has enlisted the help of lawyers to take action against cash-strapped Super League team Panathinaikos for unpaid wages.