A Copenhagen politician organised for a demonstration against anti-Semitism that went right through the heart of the local Muslim community. Despite fears of conflict, the march was peaceful and quiet.
For the second consecutive evening, someone has dropped off a piece of paper saying that a bomb would go off at the waterpark.
Scotland's Marc Warren storms ahead to the lead as homegrown hopes slip off the pace.
The head of the regional Austrian People's Party (ÖVP) in Voralberg, Roland Frühstück, wants to exert pressure on the Swiss government to speed up decommissioning of its aging nuclear power reactors due to concerns over safety.
Around 300 runners left the starting gate Saturday for an ultramarathon tracing the route of the Berlin Wall, marking 25 years since the Cold War symbol was torn down.
Swedish prime minister and Moderate Party leader Fredrik Reinfeldt called on Swedes to show tolerance to refugees seeking safety in the country in his summer speech on Saturday.
The regional volunteer fire service in Schwanenstadt in Upper Austria was called out to rescue a wandering tarantula on Friday afternoon.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, mountain and cave rescue teams announced that they had successfully rescued injured Polish explorer Marek G., who was seriously injured as the result of a fall while exploring a deep cave.
After an investigation lasting several years, investigators in Carinthia have busted a major drug-growing and distribution operation, and arrested four suspects.
The Local talks to Ben Connor, an Australian baritone who moved to Austria to study and perform music.
Four of ten calls to the Swedish police hotline are nothing but a waste of precious time, according to the operator, citing calls seeking advice about disobedient children and angry hedgehogs as examples.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker on Friday became the third member of Germany's World Cup-winning team to announce his international retirement, claiming he wants to focus on winning the Champions League.
Sweden has not actively taken part in a war since 1814 - breaking even Switzerland's record for peace. One peace and conflict expert has told The Local that Swedes learned the hard way to take the non-confrontational stance.
Roger Federer calmly worked through a second-set deficit to defeat Andy Murray 6-3, 7-5 on Friday for a place in the semifinals of the ATP Tour's Cincinnati Masters.
Swiss prosecutors said Friday that they were probing claims that a 60-year-old man raped and tortured at least six women in a cellar, filming them in the process.
A red 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta, said to be one of only a handful, was snapped up for $38.1 million in California, becoming the most expensive car ever sold at auction.
The Little Mermaid is perhaps the most photographed attraction in the entire country, but Danish media outlets are extremely hesitant to publish a photo of the sculpture.
President Francois Hollande and 15 African leaders paid tribute Friday to the hundreds of thousands of troops who, 70 years ago, launched the southern invasion of occupied France that opened up a second western front against Hitler's Nazis.
The German secret service listened in on at least one of Hillary Clinton's telephone calls when she was US secretary of state, German media reported Friday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to "stop the flow of military equipment, military advisers and armed personnel crossing the border with Ukraine," in a phone call on Friday.
French President Francois Hollande called on Russia to respect Ukraine's territorial integrity and urged the Russian and Ukrainian leaders to launch talks to de-escalate the tension on their border.
The youth wings of Sweden's political parties are readying themselves, acutely aware of the importance of being first when the start gun goes for putting up election posters in Stockholm at midnight on Saturday.
A salmonella outbreak which has affected hundreds of people across Europe, and which has killed three people, has also been detected in Austria, according to Reuters.