The majority of German businesses believe the financial crisis is over and the state of Europe's top economy will improve in the next 12 months, according to a new study to be published on Monday.
German Employment Minister Olaf Scholz announced Sunday he intends to raise the permitted limit of personal savings for people receiving unemployment benefit Hartz IV.
Berlin state prosecutors are to extend their investigation into the mismanagement that led to the current chaos on the city’s S-Bahn public transport system, newspaper Berliner Morgenpost reported Sunday.
Malmö's Möllevången district was the scene of a make-out manifestation on Saturday as many perfect strangers found one another and helped to spread the enduring message of peace and love.
One is in hot water after her car was stolen in Spain, another found himself in alligator-infested waters in Florida: the holiday season has been anything but relaxing for two German politicians.
A committee of experts has proposed that schools be equipped with an alarm system for shooting sprees, news magazine Der Spiegel reported Saturday.
The developing world may have to wait until the December UN climate talks in Copenhagen before being told how much EU money will be available to help fight the effects of global warming, the Swedish EU presidency said on Saturday.
The Swedish and Finnish troops that came under fire in Afghanistan on Saturday were able to return safely to base on Sunday morning.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered in in Swedish cities and around the world to protest the re-election of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, calling for the release of political prisoners.
A 42-year-old Somali woman and five of her daughters, aged one to 16, have died in a fire that broke out in an apartment in Rinkeby in western Stockholm on Saturday evening.
Salary negotiations for around 220,000 kindergarten teachers and social education workers in the public sector are to enter the final round in Frankfurt on Sunday, a union spokeswoman announced.