German traffic police stopped a 13-year-old runaway who had driven himself 1,000 kilometres across Europe in his Italian adoptive father's stolen Mercedes, heading towards Poland in a quest to see his biological sister.
The former leader of Sweden's Left Party has died at the age of 77 after suffering from heart problems.
It took ambulance staff nearly one hour to reach a man suffering from chest pains in southern Sweden because their maps were out of date.
The government is planning to ban employers from secretly filming members of staff at work, while at the same allowing them to install more visible surveillance cameras, a newspaper reported on Saturday.
Swedish product design company Teenage Engineering made a splash at the CES fair in Las Vegas this week after presenting its latest innovation - the world's first 'cloud speaker'.
A French pilot was killed during a helicopter raid to prevent Islamist groups controlling northern Mali from advancing toward the capital, French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Saturday.
Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit was triumphant on Saturday after he won a vote of confidence in the city senate, allowing him to remain in his position despite his disastrous handling of the capital's delayed airport project.
At least one French soldier died and 17 Islamists were killed in a failed bid to free a French hostage held in southern Somalia since 2009, the French defence minister said Saturday.
Germany's foreign minister called on Friday for political efforts to be stepped up to resolve the conflict in Mali between government forces and Islamists.
Products by Nestlé, Semper, Hipp and EnaGo contain lead, arsenic and cadmium, according to Swedish research company Testfakta, which has tested 14 kinds of porridges.
German Transport Minister Peter Ramsauer said more warning signs were needed on the nation's motorways after a series of fatal crashes resulting from drivers travelling in the wrong direction.
The far-right Sweden Democrats continue to rise in voter polls amid reports that party leader Jimmie Åkesson plans to publish of a diary-style book about his enemies.
Britain's finance minister George Osborne told a German newspaper on Friday that the European Union must change the way it deals with its member states if it aims to keep Britain in its ranks.