Five men were charged in Malmö on Friday for transporting 19 kilogrammes of heroin, half of which was confiscated in Serbia.
A 22-year-old Bonn man apparently drowned in a storm drain while trying to retrieve the keys to his car, local police officials said Friday.
Results from a new Swedish study indicate there may be a connection between eating fast food and an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Doctors are predicting that spray-on skin cells will be used as a common form of sore treatment in the Swedish healthcare system within the coming years.
Looking for some tips about where to go for live music in Sweden this winter? Omri Grinberg offers a number of enticing options to warm up the cool Swedish winter.
“Funny” colleagues went a little overboard when “watering down” their co-worker’s coffee with antifreeze at a restaurant, police in Radolfzell reported on Friday.
Ambulance personnel in Malmö have been instructed to play a game of chance when deciding which treatment to apply to heart attack patients.
The German government released data for 2007 greenhouse gas emissions on Friday that it said showed it was well on track to meet its international climate change commitments under the Kyoto Protocol.
After four days of tough debate, Germany’s lower house of parliament on Friday approved a record €290 billion budget for next year that was unanimously rejected by the country’s opposition parties.
A balloon released from a children's centre on the east coast of England a year ago has been found more than 1,500 kilometres away in the wilds of northern Sweden.
Ex-Sneaker Pimp Chris Corner loves Berlin. Like many musicians, he’s made the city his home base. Exberliner Magazine's Julie Colthorpe grilled him on the IAMX project, his stage persona – and the Germans.
Swedish trade minister Ewa Björling has called on Brussels to lift the EU ban on exports of Swedish moist snuff, or ‘snus’, calling the prohibition discriminatory.
In a new book, the German teenager accused of sexually abusing a 13-year-old British girl during a family vacation in Turkey pleads his innocence and details his time behind bars even before a Turkish court has ruled on the case.
One vendor at the Santa Pauli Christmas market in Hamburg has taken a non-traditional but all-natural approach to Christmas gifts this year, selling handmade spruce wood dildos, daily Hamburger Morgenpost reported on Friday.
Reassuring investors that its acquisition of crosstown rival Dresdner Bank wouldn’t be crushed by the financial crisis, Commerzbank on Friday said it would step up the purchase of an additional 40 percent Dresdner Bank stake and pay in cash rather than shares.
Seasonally adjusted data shows that Sweden’s gross domestic product (GDP) contracted by 0.1 percent in both the second and third quarters, technically putting the country in a recession.
Doctors will likely be able to save the life of a 12-year-old girl critically injured in a mailbox bombing in Berlin, while police are still on the hunt for the main suspect in the attack, reports said Saturday.
Two German foreign ministry workers and two Lufthansa airline employees have been rescued from a Mumbai hotel on Friday morning after being trapped inside by terrorists, Indian police reported.
Several construction workers barricaded themselves in a building in the Gärdet district of Stockholm late Friday night vowing not to leave the site until they get paid.
One of the long-ignored chapters of World War II hit German screens this month with a harrowing account of the mass rapes of German women by Russian soldiers as the Nazi regime crumbled around them.
A German navy helicopter has fished three men out of the ocean after Somali pirates hijacked a Liberia-flagged vessel in the Gulf of Aden on Friday morning, French navy sources have reported.
Sweden plans to employ helicopters to save an endangered species of beetle in the country’s far north, regional officials said Thursday.
Scandinavian airline SAS said on Thursday it wants to buy all or part of the Estonian government’s 34 percent stake in Estonian Air.