With both Berlin's Hertha and Cologne losing their games Saturday, the two teams are battling to stay in the Bundesliga and not get relegated, like Kaiserslautern already has, to the second league.
Swedes have become more negative towards nuclear power in the year since Japan's nuclear catastrophe in Fukushima, a new survey by the SOM institute at Gothenburg University has shown.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea has rejected claims in a new Swedish television documentary that there is evidence that East German political prisoners were used in its factories in the 1970s and 1980s.
The Pirate Party is trying to figure out its future course after stunning victories in recent months have created a lot of political discussion - and criticism - about the political newcomers.
Jürgen Klinsmann, the former German professional football player, says he’s more than happy with his job as head US national team coach, but he hasn’t forgotten his German roots.
Germans appear enamored by the Taiwanese tea phenomenon known as bubble tea, with a shop offering the Asian treat opening nearly every week somewhere in the country, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported.
Weekend weather is sure to wow barbeque, beach and bike fans, with temperatures topping 31 degrees in some areas of Germany, data from the German Weather Service showed on Saturday.
German politicians should boycott the upcoming European Football Championships in Ukraine because of the poor treatment of the former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, Social Democratic Party leader Sigmar Gabriel said at the weekend.
Stockholm city council has announced that all women in need of a secure refuge will be guaranteed a place.
A 16-year-old boy has been sentenced to probation for internet sex crimes concerning seven girls aged 10-13-years-old.
Since radioactive waste started being transported to a nuclear waste facility in Lower Saxony, fewer girls have been born in the region – a phenomenon eerily similar to what happened after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, scientists said.
Contemporary Swedes drink significantly more alcohol and eat more meat since the country joined the European Union in 1995, according to a new report by the Swedish Board of Agriculture (Jordbruksverket).