The Danish prime minister was rumoured as a candidate for the position of European Council president until the very last minute but said that Donald Tusk's selection was with Denmark's full support.
A strong partisan crowd at Ballerup Super Arena wasn't enough for Viktor Axelsen to get past world number one Lee Chong Wei.
UPDATED: Italy's foreign minister, Federica Mogherini has been put in charge of the European Union's foreign relations at a summit in Brussels. The appointment represents a major coup for Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
Austria's Green party's youth wing has launched an initiative to drum up support for legalization of cannabis, by commencing a tour around the country promoting the benefits of smoking or otherwise ingesting the currently-banned natural substance.
From Monday, Vienna's residents who park in designated locations adjacent to subway stations and ride the train will have to pay more for their parking.
French President Francois Hollande announced on Saturday that EU leaders would hold a summit in Italy in early October aimed at boosting growth and jobs in the bloc.
European Union Socialists have agreed to back Italy's Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini as the bloc's new foreign policy chief, Germany said on Saturday.
A boy scheduled to be vaccinated against mumps, measles, and rubella instead received a vaccine against cervical cancer. His family has now reported the blunder for inspection.
The Swedish government has announced that it will increase funding to the jobs agency (Arbetsförmedlingen) in 2015, primarily to cover personnel costs but also to prevent long-term unemployment.
Hitler's two-storey childhood home has been the subject of much debate over the years, and now Austrian authorities have approved a new scheme. The house in the Upper Austrian town of Braunau am Inn will be turned into a museum called the "House of Responsibility."
Stockholm police said they were powerless to react when streetracers took over at "insane speeds" on a large highway on Friday night.
Italy's Alessandro de Marchi sprinted home alone to win the seventh stage of the Tour of Spain on Friday as Spaniard Alejandro Valverde held the race lead.
US appeals court on Friday ruled that Oracle be given a choice between $356.7 million or a new trial for its copyright lawsuit against German rival SAP.
14th seed Viktor Axelsen secured a place in the Badminton World Championships final round but will have to face Lee Chong Wei, who is on a roll in Copenhagen.
A 16-month-old baby died in the canton of Neuchâtel after being forgotten by one of its parents who left the child behind in a company car park, a Swiss prosecutor said on Friday.
The board of the International Monetary Fund has reiterated its support for Managing Director Christine Lagarde, after a French court placed her under formal investigation in a graft scandal.
After initial rejection, a Chinese-owned company set up to take over Saab's assets after the troubled Swedish carmaker's bankruptcy said on Friday it had succeeded in being placed in receivership.
When the Pride parade winds its festive path through the city's streets, it will turn Copenhagen into one giant party of diversity and acceptance. Here's what to do at the parade and beyond.