A 19-year-old woman from Ulricehamn in western Sweden has been indicted on a charge of attempted manslaughter after stabbing her boyfriend in the head, Borås Tidning reports.
Who suffered more, victims of Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot, or victims of Hitler, Eichmann, and Himmler? And what role does the Swedish state have in answering the question? David Landes looks at what Sweden’s papers have to say about the issue.
The Swedish Association of Health Professionals (Vårdförbundet) announced industrial action at 4.00pm on Friday afternoon affecting 3,500 members employed by both municipalities and county councils.
Police have raided a major biker drug ring in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, confiscating several kilos of narcotics and a horde of weapons.
Workers are currently building what will be the world's largest animal model in the world, a life-size model of 26 metre-long blue whale, in Stralsund in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
They ordered cream cakes and they got cream cakes. But there was way too much cream, thought the workers in Essunga council’s Nossebro offices.
Two Swedish women are set for a golden future after a Canadian company agreed to pay 21 million kronor ($3.5 million) for their mining concession.
German telecoms company T-Mobile announced on its website Friday that it would drastically drop prices on the basic 8 gigabyte Apple iPhone to just €99 from April 7 to June 30.
Bulgaria confirmed for the first time on Friday that East Germans and others trying to flee the Soviet bloc for the West were killed on its soil during the Cold War.
Will German taxpayers foot the bill for bank errors exposed by the international subprime lending crisis? Such fears are rising after another public financial institution unveiled a bail-out this week.
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Friday that the country would scrap plans to develop biofuels because they were not appropriate for millions of vehicles.
The head of Sweden’s Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen) was surprised to learn on Thursday that he was being replaced.
Every other automobile on German streets has technical deficiencies, the German association for technical inspection GTÜ announced at the AMI auto exhibition in Leipzig on Friday.
A unique silver treasure has been uncovered near Sweden’s Arlanda airport.
Two German Islamists are suspected of plotting suicide attacks against German soldiers in Afghanistan.
German police investigating the death of a woman that occurred after someone threw a wooden block from a motorway bridge are considering forcing 1,200 teens in the area to take a DNA test, regional daily Nordwest Zeitung reported on Friday.
Margareta Winberg, a former Social Democratic Deputy Prime Minister, has been named the new chair of Svenksa Spel, Sweden’s state-owned gaming operation.
More than 30 members of Germany’s elite police units have illegally been training the security forces of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.
Sweden's oldest man, Bengt Helldal, has died at the age of 108, Hallands Nyheter reports.
German consumer protection groups have warned shoppers against paying at Lidl with debit cards due to the supermarket chain’s extensive video surveillance.
Two major Swedish newspapers, Svenska Dagbladet and Skånska Dagbladet, are to lose almost all of the subsidies they currently receive from the state.
Germany is seen as the current leader of Europe and Chancellor Angela Merkel the continent's most influential politician, according to a six-nation poll released on Friday.
A 24-year-old woman has been reported for theft after slipping a Chihuahua into her handbag outside a shopping centre in Växjö in southern Sweden on Thursday evening.