A teenage girl has reported an attempted rape during the Gothia Cup youth football tournament in Gothenburg.
Some 200 Bulgarian berry pickers have gathered outside the Bulgarian embassy in central Stockholm after promises of work bore no fruit.
The company that manages Germany's troubled Nürburgring circuit has petitioned to enter administration at a court in the town of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, it emerged on Saturday.
A high profile ceremony for new voluntary recruits to the Bundeswehr, marking the botched attempt to assassinate Hitler in 1944, was marred on Saturday as a row blew up over the decision to change the location.
A body of a young woman found sealed in a cardboard box is mystifying police in Hannover. Who she was, how she got there and why remains unknown, yet investigators have ruled out murder and believe she died of natural causes.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle ruled out any renegotiation of Greece's austerity programme in an interview published Saturday.
Leader of the main opposition Social Democrat (SPD) party Sigmar Gabriel has written a position paper slamming banks for blackmailing and manipulating the state as well as aiding tax evasion, a newspaper reported on Saturday.
Swedish table tennis legend Jörgen Persson predicts that English lessons for the Chinese team can help to make the world a better place during the upcoming 2012 Olympic Games.
A 17-year-old Swedish high school student from Växjö in southern Sweden accused of raping a woman in southern Spain last July was acquitted by a Malaga court on Friday.
A married couple from Bremen fell seriously ill after drinking poisoned Capri Sun fruit drinks. Police are now treating the case as attempted murder, according to newspaper reports.
After a summer which has hitherto offered up mostly rain, bad weather and flooding, the sunshine may be just around the corner, according to the latest weather forecasts.