Swedish citizen Ousama Kassir was sentenced to life imprisonment on Tuesday by a New York court after being after being found guilty earlier this year of planning to set up an Al-Qaeda training camp in the United States.
As Germany's election race draws to a close, Hamburg’s Miniature Wonderland has opened an exhibition which makes it possible for voters to experience the vision of a perfect society as imagined by the country's six biggest parties.
A new study shows that German food companies often misrepresent the sugar and fat content of their unhealthiest products, according to the country's consumer protection agencies.
General Motors is set to pay out an estimated 10 billion kronor ($1.4 billion) in a bid to ensure it completes the sale of its troubled Swedish subsidiary.
Police in the town of Velbert, North Rhine-Westphalia have found a critically injured nine-year-old girl in a gully after she was reported missing by her parents on Monday night.
Frankfurt's 63rd motor show is a compact version of the last event two years ago that will be jumpstarted by electric autos as the sector searches for a future without state lifelines.
Three Swedish teenage girls have been charged for kidnapping and stripping another 17-year-old girl who had once dated the ex-boyfriend of one of the kidnappers.
Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt has said the EU would like to see Kabul host an impending international conference on Afghanistan.
A Swedish woman who managed to convince her doctor she suffered from schizophrenia has been exposed as a benefits cheat after the same doctor ran into her years later at a department store.
Germany’s three main opposition parties all agree the worst possible outcome of the September 27th election would be a continuation of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s grand coalition government. Unfortunately for them they’ve also torpedoed the possibility of forming any viable alternative.
Biljana Plavsic, the former Bosnian Serb leader who is serving an 11-year jail sentence in Sweden for crimes against humanity, should be released early for good behaviour, according to court documents.
The Local's series "Making it in Germany" presents Rea Garvey, Irish expat and frontman for the rock band Reamonn.
A nearly four percent increase in worldwide sales for Volvo Cars in August signals a turning point, according to company head Stephen Odell, despite a continued sales drop in Europe.
China has warned the German government against accommodating Chinese Uighur Guantanamo Bay prisoners, saying they should face justice in their own country, according daily Berliner Zeitung on Tuesday.
One of the teens involved in the brutal beating death of a 50-year-old man at a Munich S-Bahn stop on over the weekend has asked for the family’s forgiveness, daily tz reported on Tuesday.
Four days before the world's largest beer festival begins, a German court has ruled that a motorcyclist who collided with a drunken pedestrian during Oktoberfest in 2006 was partly to blame because she should have expected the road to be full of party-goers.
As countries across the EU curb smoking in public, Sweden is fighting to get a European-wide ban lifted on 'snus,' a moist tobacco popular across Scandinavia that is sucked rather than chewed or smoked.
Two officers involved in the beating of a demonstrator over the weekend have been transferred to other positions while they are under investigation, Berlin police said late on Monday.
Belgium has stepped up its offensive against German state aid to auto manufacturer Opel's planned new owners, demanding that the slightest hint of protectionism be slapped down by Brussels.
Students from outside the European Union (EU) may soon be required to pay 1000 kronor ($143) just to apply for admission to Swedish colleges and universities.
Two of Sweden’s largest convenience store chains have elected to ban the sale of Red Bull and other energy drinks to children younger than 15-years-old.
Babies born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy are up to six times more likely to develop asthma, according to a Swedish study.