German police have arrested a 30-year-old Turkish man suspected of recruiting fighters and collecting money and equipment for terrorist network al Qaida.
EU finance ministers clashed Saturday on whether to shake up European sales tax rules to allow reduced rates for targeted services and products, with Germany a vocal opponent to any cuts.
National and state officials from Baden-Württemberg have admitted deficits in Germany's atomic energy authority, according to a report in the Saturday edition of the Berliner Zeitung.
Sweden's Robert Karlsson fired a second round of 69 to give him a one shot lead at the Mercedes-Benz Championship in Cologne on Friday. The Swede's impressive form bodes well as Europe's defence of the Ryder Cup nears.
Swedish high-street clothing giant Hennes and Mauritz (H&M) opened its first store in Japan on Saturday. H&M's Tokyo store signals the firm's entry into one of world's most competitive casual fashion markets.
Frank Bsirske, head of the Verdi labour union, has warned against the growth of the low-wage sector in Germany, saying the country is well on the way to creating a US-style class of working poor.
US heavy metal band Metallica launched its long-awaited new album, “Death Magnetic” in Berlin on Friday night – the band's only appearance in Germany during its current tour.
Stockholm has been ranked as the seventh strongest brand among European cities. Furthermore Stockholm ranked second in how well it makes use of its brand, according to a new survey by Saffron Consultants.
Fast-food chain McDonald's has announced the withdrawal of musical toys sold with Happy Mealsin Sweden. The toys have been roundly criticized as dangerous to children's hearing.
The proposed ABBA museum in Stockholm has been delayed. Renovations to the 100-year-old Stora Tullhuset - which will house the museum - mean that the doors will not open in 2009.