Researchers at Lund University plan to work with The Pirate Bay and MySpace to learn more about how the internet affects the way Swedish teens build their norms and values.
After returning in time for Christmas following an initial disappearance, the life-sized baby Jesus is gone again from a manger scene near a hotel in Jönköping in southern Sweden.
Thirteen people were taken to hospital after a bus collided with a car in Gothenburg on Saturday morning.
Crimes and others offences committed by far-right groups soared by almost 30 percent in 2008, the daily Frankfurter Rundschau reported Saturday, quoting Interior Ministry figures.
Franz-Josef Möllenberg, head of the NGG food industry trade union, has expressed scepticism about German President Horst Köhler's call for employer-worker unity to defeat the economic crisis.
The ex-RAF terrorist Christian Klar, who was controversially released from prison on December 19 after 26 years, has said he wants to avoid public appearances in order to concentrate on his rehabilitation.
Brandenburg Interior Minister Jörg Schönbohm has criticised German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier for announcing Berlin was considering taking in Guantánamo Bay inmates to help close the US prison camp.
A horse-drawn holiday carriage containing three passengers ran loose in central Berlin on Friday evening, dragging the driver behind it. The coachman was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Josef Schlarmann, chairman of the Christian Democrats' organisation for small and mid-sized businesses (MIT), has criticised the way his party has handled the financial crisis, saying that the CDU is becoming too left-wing.
A Swedish man’s attempt to impress his girlfriend on Friday night backfired, putting him in the hospital with serious burn injuries and facing allegations of endangering the public.
The Gävle goat went up in flames early Saturday morning, after being set alight by unknown assailants, according to police.