Pop starlets Anton Ewald and Robin Stjernberg claimed the two remaining spots in the final of Sweden's Melodifestivalen, coming out ahead of the field in the "Second Chance" play off in Karlstad on Saturday.
The Norwegian government said on Friday it wants to decriminalize the inhalation of heroin, a method considered less dangerous than injecting it, to reduce the number of overdoses in the country.
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Tina Maze won the women's downhill in the Alpine Skiing World Cup event held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria on Saturday, breaking Hermann Maier's 13-year-old record for the most World Cup points collected in a season.
New research documenting the existence of tens of thousands of Nazi ghettos and camps in German-occupied wartime Europe has shocked Holocaust historians, who until now were only aware of a fraction of them.
More than a 100 calls came through on a hotline set up to gather tips on the 1986 assassination of then Prime Minister Olof Palme, set up to coincide with the 27th anniversary of the shooting in central Stockholm.
Plans to extend the home of the French Open, Roland Garros, have been suspended follow the opposition of residents in the capital's plush 16th arrondissement.
Prosecutors are investigating at least four suspected modern-day highwaymen said to have repeatedly surrounded moving trucks on autobahns in the dead of night and made off with loot worth over €250,000.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned Friday that the escalating conflict in Syria, which has claimed some 70,000 lives in the past two years, was breaking the country apart.
Defence Minister Thomas de Maizière said on Saturday he regretted the tone of his comments about German soldiers needing constant approval, which prompted a spat with the head of the Bundeswehr Association.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the shooting of a man outside a pre-school in Norrköping in central Sweden on Friday.
Hundreds of farms in Lower Saxony have been banned from selling milk in the latest food scandal to hit Germany, after authorities discovered thousands of cows had been given carcinogenic animal feed.
For a 49-year-old Swedish man a late night routine cross-country trip turned into an 18 hour ordeal after he fell and broke his leg and was forced to crawl to safety.
A war of words broke out between rival Bundesliga coaches Jupp Heynckes of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund's Jürgen Klopp when the latter accused the former of copying his coaching ideas.
The police and meteorologists have warned drivers returning from half-term ski holidays that they are set to face treacherous conditions after a snow storm and strong winds pulled in over northern Sweden.
Abou Zeid, Al-Qaeda's top leader in Mali and responsible for the kidnapping and murder of several French tourists, has been reported killed by Chadian troops taking part in the French-led intervention in the country.
Disgraced US cyclist Lance Armstrong could be stripped of the prestigious Legion d'Honneur, following his admission of long-term drug use while securing his record seven Tour de France victories.