Germany team manager Oliver Bierhoff said on Friday Die Mannschaft had drawn a tough yet surmountable challenge in Australia, Ghana and Serbia for the group stage of the 2010 World Cup finals.
Germany's Deutsche Bahn said Friday it had been selected to operate trains and stations on the Tyne and Wear Metro in and around the English cities of Newcastle and Sunderland.
A new poll from Expressen/Demoskop shows support for Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt's Moderate party has dropped by four percentage points to 25.3 percent.
Plans to build a futuristic new train station in Stuttgart have many concerned the project is too expensive and will destroy the city’s architectural heritage. David Wroe reports.
The economies of Germany’s formerly communist states have proven more dynamic than their western counterparts over the past three years, according to a study released on Friday.
Anarchists attacks on police stations and political offices in Berlin and Hamburg overnight were a “declaration of war” on the state, head of the German Police Union (DPoIG) told The Local on Friday.
An official investigation reported on Friday that there are no dangerous radiation levels in the region surrounding the controversial Asse nuclear waste dump in Lower Saxony.
Prospective Saab buyer BAIC has received approval for a loan of 20 billion Yuan, approximately 20 billion Swedish kronor ($2.9 billion), from the Bank of China.
Swedish Internet provider TeliaSonera has been forced to disclose the identity of a customer believed to be behind file-sharing site Swetorrents, after losing a court case to a consortium of film companies in the District Court.
In the latest marketing blitz from organizer's of Sweden's Arvika music festival, a twenty-year-old girl is shown masturbating in front of the camera for a short promotional video.
Nika Knight from Exberliner magazine visits Germany’s oldest Demeter farm to find out what hides behind the organic label.
The Swedish Medical Products Agency (Läkemedelsverket) has issued a warning about the use of a diet product, Super Slim, after receiving numerous complaints from Swedish consumers, news agency TT reports.
The German central bank said on Friday that Europe's biggest economy will rebound next year after the country's worst slump since World War II.
The controversy surrounding a convicted murderer turned medical student continues as Sweden struggles to balance the right to education with protecting patients’, and society’s, best interests.
When a town faces the prospect of losing a major employer, the fate of an entire community can hang in the balance. But for Västervik, situated on Sweden's east coast in Småland, a factory closure gave a kick-start to the town's entrepreneurial spirit.
The State’s finances will recover faster than what was earlier estimated, following Sweden’s faster-than-expected recovery from the financial crisis, the government has announced. The State’s budget should now be balanced or in surplus by 2013/2014.
A tanker truck on Friday morning overturned after taking a curve at high speed and lost some 8,000 litres of machine lubricating oil on the A1 motorway in the state of Lower Saxony, police reported.
The Bundeswehr on Thursday night gave a traditional send off Gen. Wolfgang Schneiderhan after he resigned as chief of staff following revelations that the Defence Ministry withheld information about civilian deaths in Afghanistan.
Two men, aged in their twenties, have been charged with the rape of a 16-year-old girl in Höör, north of Malmö.
Prominent Turkish-German director Fatih Akin said has said he will not bring his new film to Switzerland in protest of a referendum vote that banned the construction of minarets in the country last week.
Toronto Maple Leafs goalkeeper Jonas Gustavsson will have his second heart procedure in less than three months after experiencing an elevated heart rate, the NHL team said on Thursday.
Two European-wide health bodies have praised Sweden’s response to the swine flu pandemic, particularly the country's mass vaccination programme. Nearly half of all Europeans to have been vaccinated are Swedes.