Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said in an interview published on Sunday that Germany could refuse Greece’s plea for emergency loans to rescue it from a mountain of debt.
Five stork couples have set up home on the same crane in the Swabian town of Kirchheim in what avian experts have called a small sensation.
The South Korean pension fund National Pension Service (NPS) is in line to buy the central Berlin landmark Sony Centre, according to a statement on Sunday.
Education minister Jan Björklund met with representatives of the Jewish Community in Malmö on Saturday to discuss a recent rise in the level of harassment and threats faced by Jews in the southern city.
An investor negotiating to takeover the bankrupt Karstadt department store chain is talking of making 4,000 staff cuts and reducing rental payments at store sites, media reports said on Sunday.
HV71 left the capital clutching the Swedish ice hockey championship trophy on Saturday after a dramatic victory over Stockholm team Djurgården in game six of the final series.
An eight-week-old baby has died after being bitten by the family dog in her parents’ garden on Saturday night.
Princess Madeleine evaded waiting journalists and paparazzi photographers on Saturday after flying to New York as the palace in Stockholm announced the termination of her engagement to lawyer Jonas Bergström.
Paul Schäfer, a former Nazi corporal, founder of a mysterious German enclave in southern Chile, and convicted child sex abuser, died on Saturday in a prison hospital.
Two Germans kidnapped in Nigeria nearly a week ago have been freed, Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle announced on Saturday.
Swedish tennis star Robin Söderling is aiming to break years of Spanish dominance when he takes on Fernando Verdasco in the final of the Barcelona Open on Sunday.
The Catholic Church in Sweden has known for twenty years of claims that two young girls were sexually abused by a priest in the 1950s and 1960s, Dagens Nyheter reports.
Around 120,000 people formed a 120-kilometre human chain on Saturday linking the nuclear power stations Krümmel in Schleswig Holstein and Brünsbuttel in Hamburg, in the country's biggest anti-nuclear demonstration for years.