Social Democrat Party (SPD) grandee Franz Müntefering will return to full-time politics in Berlin, and most likely significant influence, according to a report in the Rheinische Post newspaper.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) ruled on Saturday the bronze medal awarded to Swedish wrestler Ara Abrahamian has been revoked. The International Wrestling Federation is seeking a lifetime ban for the Swedish athlete.
Unemployment in Germany will not break through the five million barrier even during an economic downturn, according to experts quoted in German newspapers on Saturday.
Former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder has criticized Georgia for the war over South Ossetia, calling Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili a gambler, and warning against allowing the country to join NATO.
German authorities fear two German citizens have been kidnapped in Georgia, according to a report in Spiegel Online.
The deft fingers of 17-year-old My Svensson were enough to claim the title of Sweden's fastest SMS text-messager in Stockholm on Friday.
Sweden’s Chancellor of Justice (Justitiekanslern – JK) said in a ruling on Friday that under current legislation police and prosecutors may not track the location of suspected criminals using their mobile telephone signals.
Much of Germany will be treated to a colourful lunar eclipse on Saturday evening, when the full moon is put into shadow by the earth coming between it and the sun.
British policewomen are calling for the same kind of safety bras as their German counterparts, according to reports in London-based newspapers.
Oceanic "dead zones" where marine life cannot survive have been steadily increasing over the past five decades and now encompass 400 coastal areas of the world, a US-Swedish study said Friday.
British golfer Nick Dougherty rattled off birdies in three of the last four holes to share the midway lead with Swede Peter Hanson at the SAS Masters after Friday's second round.