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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on a visit to Berlin on Thursday he was worried by rising tensions with the West on security issues and sharply rejected outside intervention in Moscow's affairs.
The German dairy farmer's federation (BDM) has called for members to cease their 10-day milk delivery strike over price disputes with retailers and dairy producers.
Swedish-Finnish operator TeliaSonera, having rejected a takeover offer from France Telecom Thursday, should be in a good position to play other potential buyers against each other to push up the bids, analysts said.
Ikea isn’t acceptable, but a boy in Sweden now has the right to be named Lego.
Is Germany's capital hip or all hype? The Local proudly partners with Exberliner – the magazine that’s helped English speakers negotiate life in Berlin for the past six years.
A man from Borås in western Sweden who accidentally burned down his neighbour’s house has been ordered to pay nearly 800,000 kronor ($132,000) in compensation and expenses.
The German farmers' union demanded on Thursday that all retailers follow the example of Lidl discount retailer and hike milk prices following a week-long delivery strike by dairy farms.
Women in Berlin are more likely to end an unwanted pregnancy than in any other state in Germany. Close behind are the former East German states. Exberliner’s Ben Knight looks at what’s going on.
A hiker has found a dead baby boy in woods near Zeitz, in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt, police reported Thursday.
The European Commission on Thursday ratcheted up pressure on Germany by taking fresh legal action over a disputed law shielding Europe's biggest car maker Volkswagen from takeovers.
Exberliner, the German capital's leading English-language magazine, presents its picks of the month, including where to find African books and vintage shades.
A controversial proposal to allow wire-tapping of telephone and email traffic that crosses Sweden's borders moved one step closer to becoming law this week after lying dormant in the Riksdag for the past year.
A Polish newspaper trying to heat up the atmosphere before Germany's opening Euro 2008 match with Poland on Sunday has run a doctored picture demanding the heads of Michael Ballack and coach Joachim Löw.
Sweden's captain Freddie Ljungberg says it is good to have former Celtic and Barcelona striker Henrik Larsson back as they prepare for their Euro 2008 campaign.
Three men were shot and injured in their legs during the night in the Andersberg district of Halmstad in western Sweden.
The break-up of the Apoteket pharmacy monopoly will be pushed back another six months, according to Minister of Health Göran Hägglund.
France Telecom on Thursday offered €33 billion ($51 billion) for Swedish-Finnish operator TeliaSonera in a bid to create the world's fourth-biggest mobile operator, but the proposal was immediately rejected.
A fire erupted overnight on the third floor of Stockholm’s Rådhuset on Kungsholmen, although firefighters had managed to bring the blaze under control by early Thursday morning.
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel has said there is no danger posed to Germany from the incident at the Slovenian nuclear reactor at Krsko.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Germany this week - his first European trip since taking office - will give Berlin a chance to probe his intentions on democratic reform and the rule of law, writes AFP's Deborah Cole.
Joachim Herz, a German billionaire born into the Tchibo coffee fortune, has died after a boating accident in the US state Georgia.
The Swedish navy has its corvettes ready to hunt pirates along the African coast.
A llama on the loose was disrupting traffic in Jönköping in south central Sweden on Wednesday.
France Telecom has made an informal takeover offer for TeliaSonera, valuing the Nordic telecoms company at up to 291.9 billion kronor ($48 billion), people familiar with the situation told the Financial Times.