Republican presidential candidate John McCain has attacked his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, for cancelling a visit to an American military base during his stop in Germany on Thursday.
Sweden’s current heat wave isn’t all sunshine as death rates for the elderly rise steadily with thermometer increases.
Music fan Gene Oberto wishes critics would change their tune when it comes to the Stockholm Jazz Festival.
Lufthansa airlines’ strike is due to start at midnight on Sunday and threatens to paralyze thousands of Swedish holiday plans.
US car giant General Motors is to start production of a new Saab car model in Mexico next year. This is part of an attempt to turn around GM’s disastrous sales figures.
Sri Lankan police on Sunday detained a German man on suspicion that he used false documents to secure a job as a top pilot for Sri Lanka's national carrier, a spokesman said.
Nude bathers carrying on the proud East German tradition of “free body culture” (FKK) are clashing with their more modest Polish neighbours in the Baltic Sea resort of Usedom, the Bild am Sonntag newspaper reported Sunday.
Boys and girls are equally good at mathematics, but far less Swedish women continue to study mathematics or technology at a higher education level.
Police now believe the 22-year-old woman found dead in Hjo in western Sweden on Friday afternoon may have been killed on Wednesday, which means her three-year-old daughter was home alone with her murdered mum for almost 48 hours.
While some parts of Germany basked in sunshine on Saturday, dozens of cities in western and southern Germany were hit by severe flash floods and thunderstorms.
Nokia will reimburse the German state of North Rhine-Wesphalia more than €1.3 million ($2 million) to resolve a plant closure dispute that has cost the mobile phone giant tens of millions already, officials said Sunday.