The remaining artists of the art complex Tacheles organized a protest Saturday against the impending clearance of Berlin's trendy tourist trap and art icon.
King Carl Gustaf has just visited Swedish troops in Afghanistan in secret and for several days. He left Afghanistan to return to Sweden on Saturday.
Energy corporation RWE confirmed Saturday that if electricity prices rose as a result of nuclear power station closures, the company stands to make a bigger profit in the long term.
The Swedish government decided on Friday that Saab Automobile could sell its real-estate company to battle its liquidity issues. That decision gave hope to Saab employees who have been worried about their jobs.
Economy Minister Rainer Brüderle wants to confiscate the financial assets of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi frozen in Germany to fund humanitarian relief.
Mainz striker André Schürrle scored a late goal to seal his side's 1-0 win over bottom side Borussia Mönchengladbach in the German league on Friday to keep his team on course for a place in Europe.
The German domestic intelligence agency, or Verfassungsschutz, has warned mid-sized companies to be more vigilant of cyber-attacks, which increased in 2010.
The Swedish coffee brand Gevalia will be available for purchase in supermarkets, mass merchandisers and other retail outlets across the US by the end of the summer, Kraft Foods Inc. announced in a press release Friday.
A new report commissioned by regional authorities around Stockholm estimates that the Swedish films based on Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy have brought $155 million in terms of marketing value exposure to the region.
An Italian court on Friday sentenced German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp's director-general in Italy to 16.5 years in jail for the deaths of seven workers after a fire at its Turin plant in December 2007.
A Greek diplomat in Stockholm was fired after he told a Swede that he should be ashamed over “Swedish women's behaviour”.