An air hostess fell out of an aircraft exit at the Gothenburg City Airport on Tuesday and was brought to hospital, bleeding from the head.
A 24-year-old Swiss neo-Nazi, wanted for shooting a man on Saturday night, was arrested in a dramatic police operation in the northern German port city of Hamburg on Monday.
President-elect Francois Hollande and ousted rival Nicolas Sarkozy laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Paris Tuesday as France marked the anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe.
Car rental firm Sixt says it is branching out into new businesses in order to keep up with the increasingly creative ways Germans are organising their travel.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel wrote to French president-elect Francois Hollande on Tuesday saying that the eurozone was looking to them to take the "necessary decisions" to resolve the debt crisis.
Pressure built on president-elect Francois Hollande to stand by France's austerity vows Tuesday, with Germany's Angela Merkel saying Europe was counting on them to resolve the bloc's debt crisis.
A returning Norwegian traveller wanting to pay cash into his account thought bank staff were pulling his leg when they told him they no longer accept bank notes.
US artist Spencer Tunick, famed for his mass nude photoshoots, is calling for Bavarians to take their clothes off for him – happily over what should be a warm weekend in June.
A German man arrested for grabbing a woman told police he only wanted her "leather skirt, not her body." His story was backed up by a stash of leather gear found in his flat later.
Norwegian telecoms operator Telenor reported on Tuesday a plunge in quarterly net profit owing to a big write-down in India where the group has lost its licences for mobile services.
The head of the Connyland wildlife park has confirmed a newspaper report suggesting that two dolphins who died after a rave near the zoo last November may have been given a heroin substitute by party-goers.
The Chinese version of the old Swedish Saab 9-5 has come far enough in development that manufacturers are saying it will make the cardealerships' floors at the end of the year.
Berlin‘s new international airport will not open as planned on June 3, leaving politicians fuming with anger and embarrassment. The delay was confirmed on Tuesday in an excruciating press conference – and no new date in sight.
The Swedish government has revealed a new directive aimed at improving immigrant students’ education and integration into Sweden, revolving around longer compulsory schooling and a shift in lesson priorities.
A black cat was rescued from a Gothic horror death at the weekend – but only after its German owners realized that the eerie meows giving them nightmares were coming from the bathroom wall, not a phantom feline.
An animal thought to be a black panther has been spotted in the woods between Solothurn and Bern.
Swedish porn mogul Berth Milton revealed on a show which airs on Swedish national TV on Tuesday evening how, despite having built up an international porn empire, the only thing he truly fears is women.
Norwegian state oil group Statoil reported surprisingly strong quarterly profits on Tuesday on robust production figures even though net profit fell slightly.
A 24-year-old Swiss neo-Nazi, wanted for shooting a man in Zurich on Saturday night, has been arrested in Hamburg.
US musician Paul Simon has taken home the 2012 Polar Music Prize, along with US cellist Yo-Yo Ma, organizers announced in Stockholm on Monday.
The world's biggest temporary staffing group Adecco said on Tuesday its first-quarter net profit rose 12 percent to €112 million ($146 million).
For the third year running, Norway has been named the best country in the world to be a mother.
A 44-year-old man has confessed to police that he shot and killed the 39-year-old woman who was found dead in a car in central Malmö on Sunday night.
A 15-year-old student was allowed to slice into woman's belly without her knowledge during a caesarian section operation at a hospital in Malmö in southern Sweden.
The captain of the "Nils Holgersson" cruise liner is facing serious charges after the coast guard ruled out a technical defect in last week's accident in the northern German port of Travemünde.
The 38-year-old father of two, Marcus Morf, who claims to have been mauled by a bear while taking a walk in the woods near Gävle, in eastern Sweden, over the weekend, has said that the attack was nothing compared to the embarrassment caused by the police saying he was lying.
Germany's development minister became the country's first member of government to announce a boycott of the Euro 2012 championships in Ukraine over human rights concerns, in an interview Monday.
Extreme athlete Ernst Bromeis has set out to be the first person to swim the entire length of the Rhine, navigating 1,230 kilometres from its source in the Alps to the North Sea. He spoke to The Local's Meritxell Mir about the challenge.
Co-hosts Sweden extended their winning streak at the world ice hockey championships by beating Denmark 6-4 in Stockholm Monday to claim three wins from as many matches.
AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken of his disappointment after missing out on the feeling of winning a league title for the first time since 2003.