Some of Sweden's largest internet service providers have made it clear that they would not support an agreement to combat file sharing similar to one recently reached in the UK.
A UK charter flight was forced to land in Frankfurt this week after two drunken British women attacked cabin staff with a vodka bottle and tried to open the emergency exit at an altitude of 10,000 metres, German police said on Friday.
Troubled carrier Air Berlin has alleged that Dresdner Bank profited at the airline's expense by manipulating its share price, in a letter sent to German stock market watchdog BaFin.
Stockholm will turn itself into Europe’s semi-official gay capital at the end of this month, as the Europride festival hits town. Visitors will find a city that does gay in its own, understated way, James Savage reports.
Sweden's National Defence Radio Establishment (FRA) has been reported to the Chancellor of Justice (Justitiekansler - JK) by one of those on a classified list of people bugged in the 1990s for doing business with Russia.
Swedish truckmaker Scania, which is majority-owned by Volkswagen, reported strong second-quarter profits on Friday, beating expectations but warning that 2009 could offer a bumpier ride.
After weeks of unseasonably cool temperatures and showers, much of Germany is set to have a muggy and hot weekend.
An Australia-based NGO, Sisha was behind the dramatic rescue of 6-year-old Swedish girl Alicia Elfversson in Cambodia. Alicia, abducted by her father a year ago, returned home to Sweden on Friday.
A mentally disabled German man has been kept in the cellar of a family home in Essen for years, according to witnesses in a trial that will decide whether the man becomes a ward of the state.
A 72-year-old man died when his motor glider crashed near a beach in Lycksele in northern Sweden on Friday morning. Bathing onlookers tried in vain to save the man
German semi-conductor group Infineon posted a sharp quarterly loss on Friday and announced the loss of thousands of jobs.
US spirits group Fortune Brands has bought Vin & Sprit 's 10 percent stake in Fortune's beverage unit, Beam Global Spirits & Wine, for 2.8 billion Swedish crowns ($464 million), the Swedish government said on Friday.
German re-insurance giant Munich Re warned Friday that its 2008 net profit would miss previous forecasts although it would be "still well above €2 billion" ($3.14 billion).
German police stopped a 96-year-old wheelchair driver who left his retirement home and took a Berlin highway to pick up flowers for his apartment, tabloid daily B.Z. reported on Friday.
A day after Barack Obama’s wildly successful public appearance in Berlin, German politicians and media lauded the US presidential candidate’s speech on the challenges facing Europe and America.
The United Nations Committee against Torture has directed strong criticism against Sweden for the conditions in its remand prisons, Dagens Nyheter reports.
Workers for Lufthansa have announced a massive strike of to begin on Monday that could last for weeks, but the German airline says it has a detailed emergency service plan.
The Social Democrats have argued for the need to establish a needle exchange for drug users in Stockholm to curb a sharp rise in HIV infections.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier landed in Afghanistan on Friday for a surprise four-day trip to visit troops and inspect reconstruction efforts.
Accidents involving wild animals on Sweden's roads continues to rise, a new survey shows.
Senior figures from some of the Bundesliga's top clubs are reacting angrily to the threat of missing out on millions of euros in lost television revenue unless they satisfy German competition authorities.
A man in his thirties was shot in Persborg in Malmö on Thursday night. The man was seriously injured, police report.