A print and billboard campaign by Absolut Vodka in Mexico has caused tempers to flare in the United States.
Germany's BND intelligence agency has denied any involvement in the affair involving the clandestine training of Libyan security services by German police.
The symphony orchestra of Bavarian public broadcaster BR decided to drop a musical work from its programme after musicians complained it was too loud.
Germany Protestant and Catholic churches have warned against an exaggerated focus on health and fitness, saying those who don't have an ideal body type or perfect health shouldn't be stigmatized.
Rail traffic at Stockholm Central Station ground to a halt on Saturday for reasons that were not immediately apparent, Expressen reports.
Sweden's Migration Board has decided to delay the planned dismissal of a family from Tunisia whose eighteen month old daughter has been granted the right to stay in Sweden on a permanent basis.
A 40-year-old woman has appeared in court in Kalmar in southeastern Sweden for allegedly blackmailing a local sporting celebrity with whom she had a heated sexual relationship.
The German central bank warned on Saturday that inflation could be higher than it had predicted due to recent public-sector deals for wage hikes.
Mailboxes in seven German states will remain empty on Saturday as postal workers striking for job protection and shorter hours refuse to deliver their routes.
Max Mosley faced more pressure to resign as president of the International Motoring Federation (FIA) after Germany's national motoring body, ADAC, asked him to "reconsider" his position on Friday.
Almost three weeks since the murder of her two young children in Arboga in central Sweden, police have finally been able to question the children's 23-year-old mother.