A former HSBC employee fighting extradition to Switzerland for allegedly stealing banking data that exposed thousands of suspected tax dodgers says US officials advised him to flee to Spain because his life was at risk.
The president of German football club Bayern Munich, Uli Hoeness, may have used a Swiss bank account to hide more than €10 million ($13 million) from tax authorities, according to a Sunday media report.
A revolutionary new electric bus that operates without overhead wires will begin operating in Geneva next month.
Two men in their twenties were found dead on Sunday evening after they had been free diving in a water-filled quarry in eastern Sweden.
Tens of thousands of opponents of a gay marriage bill thronged the streets of Paris Sunday in a last-ditch bid to block the legislation, under the watchful eye of police after recent violence over the divisive issue.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble has appealed to CDU supporters not to vote for the newly-formed eurosceptic Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party in September’s federal elections.
Scandinavian Airlines SAS has had to pull 29 flights as German airline and airport personnel launch a 24-hour strike that has also led to 1,700 Lufthansa flights being cancelled on Monday.
The president of German football club Bayern Munich, Uli Hoeneß, may have hidden more than €10 million ($13 million) from tax authorities, according to a Sunday media report.
The German government has carried out video surveillance on 962 suspected Islamists since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Sunday.
Suspicions are growing that an animal torturer is at large in Gothenburg as another cat was found dead on Sunday in an area plagued by a spate of brutal cat killings.
Around 700 people from across Sweden gathered in Stockholm on Saturday to demonstrate against the government's minerals strategy and planned mining projects around the country.
Police suspect that a woman who was found dead in a hotel room in central Stockholm on Saturday afternoon was murdered.
Deutsche Bahn has said it will co-operate with Lufthansa to ferry passengers affected by Monday's massive strike. The rail company said passengers whose flights had been cancelled would be able to exchange their tickets for rail vouchers.
Representatives of the world's five big nuclear-armed states on Friday voiced concern over North Korea and Iran's nuclear programmes, lamenting the threat to global efforts to avoid proliferation.
The watch subsidiary of French luxury group Hermès says it has bought control of a Swiss watchmaking firm, Joseph Erard Holding, boosting its strategy in making high-end timepieces.
Unseasonal snow, icy rain and strong winds caused disruptions across Switzerland on Saturday, delaying flights in Zurich, blocking roads and railway lines in some regions and leaving others without power.
Omar Mustafa has spoken out about his disappointment in the Social Democrat party, saying he felt let down by the leadership after being ousted from the party's governing board just a week after his appointment.
Psychiatrists in Germany are debating a new diagnostic manual due to be published in the United States in May. Some critics are warning that too many new illnesses are being identified and that over-diagnosing ailments could lead to the “medicalization of society’s problems.”
Saint Etienne won their first major honour in three decades on Saturday, beating Rennes 1-0 to lift the League Cup at the Stade de France.
Tens of thousands of people were expected to throng the streets of Paris on Sunday in a last-ditch bid to block passage of controversial gay marriage legislation.
Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said Bayern Munich's 6-1 Bundesliga rout of Hanover was the perfect preparation for Tuesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg against Barcelona.