Around 800 air passengers are stuck in transit at Frankfurt airport – with no visa for the European Union they are not allowed to leave the building, but no planes are allowed to take-off, leaving them stranded.
Dutch winger Arjen Robben said Bayern Munich's 7-0 hammering of Hannover sets up the German giants for Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg, against Lyon.
Nearly half of Germans support the idea of allowing nuclear power stations to operate longer than planned in order to provide electricity, according to a new survey.
Sweden's Pirate Party is shedding members rapidly as enthusiasts who signed up in conjunction with last year's high profile Pirate Bay case fail to renew their membership.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has cancelled her planned trip to Poland to attend Sunday’s funeral service for President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria.
Swedish aviation authorities have reopened a corridor of airspace in the far north of the country, enabling a private US jet plane to land at Kiruna airport.
Hundreds of Swedish tourists have begun arduous bus journeys home from southern Europe as volcanic ash from Iceland continues to render air travel impossible.
Germany's two largest airlines have questioned the sense of the flight ban - now extended until 8 pm on Sunday as a cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland continues to occupy European air space.
Scandinavian airline SAS said on Saturday all its flights in the region would remain grounded until after the weekend with the exception of a handful of domestic flights in northern Norway.
With the general election just five months away, Sweden's centre-right coalition government has closed the gap on the left-green opposition to 3.5 percentage points, according to a new Sifo opinion poll published in Svenska Dagbladet.
German airspace has been closed until at least Sunday 8 pm, as the weather continues to blow the ash from the Icelandic volcano over mainland Europe, halting practically all air travel.
The church official who initially said it was his fault that a paedophile priest was given succour in Pope Benedict XVI’s former diocese has broken ranks, alleging he was bullied into taking responsibility to protect the pontiff.
A 24-year-old man with ties to Malmö's criminal underworld was shot and injured in the southern part of the city on Saturday evening as police fear a fresh escalation of violence.