Products from brands like L'Oréal and Nivea were among those on the blacklist.
Spain's Socialists are holding negotiations with other parties in a last ditch attempt to form a government.
What's that yellow thing in the sky?
Firefighters in northwest Germany looked on helplessly as they arrived to find their own station ablaze on Monday.
On Monday, Munich Airport unveiled its swanky new driverless trains - further humiliating Berlin with its serially derailed attempts to build an air hub of its own.
Self-proclaimed 'patriots' took to the streets in at least three Norwegian cities over the weekned.
If you haven’t heard of Sticky Vicky then that can only mean one thing: you haven’t been to Benidorm.
A man armed with a baseball bat managed to get into Vienna’s parliament building on Monday afternoon and smash two surveillance cameras.
Tourists on cruises are being advised to change their itineraries and check out lesser-known archaeological sites.
Lawyer: "We want them to retry the decision and overrule it."
Up to as many as 3,000 refugees and migrants are facing expulsion from part of the "Jungle" - but where will France accommodate them?
A ski town in the heart of the Salzburg Alps has declared war on dog poo after complaints that ski-tourers who like to ski with their dogs are letting the animals run free and do their business on ski pistes.
"Never, in any European country, have so many reforms been carried out in such a short period."
Want to save the environment? Give up on your steaks and burgers, say Swedish experts.
A banker suspected of killing his stepbrother by shooting him in the head in an apartment in Vienna’s upmarket 18th district last September has been released from pre-trial custody.
A gunfight between two men in the north Berlin district of Wedding left one seriously wounded and the other on the run on Sunday night.
France's notorious "Stop" signs could be backed up with cameras in future, meaning drivers might actually have to stop.
He gets two months in prison for an assault that shocked readers worldwide.
With 700,000 tonnes of food thrown away each year, a new Copenhagen shop selling discounted surplus food is hailed as a step in the right direction.
The book will be released just one week after the Italian literary superstar's death.
Everyone loves a time lapse video, especially one of the City of Light in all it's glory.
Anonymous letter writer claims to have photos of customers in clubs.
Sometimes it can be difficult getting over a relationship but desecrating a grave isn't the answer.
An estimated 20 percent of all passengers travel on the city's buses and trains without a ticket.
Temperatures are "exceptionally high" says monitoring organization.
See the heartwarming moment a refugee family is reunited with their cat in Norway.
From immigration patterns to divorce rates, these new figures on life in Sweden might surprise you.
A horse owner got more than she bargained for after organizing a stakeout to find out who had been breaking in to her stables for the last ten months.
Clue: It has meat in it. And wine.
She didn't have a ticket either.
A court ruled that communications through messaging app WhatsApp can constitute sexual abuse.
Private school that receives state support is under fire for its "crazy" outlook on dating.
One new case a month says workers' union Unia.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's party colleagues think criticizing her is a winning strategy for upcoming regional elections.
Avoid the tourist traps and seek out the best venues to savour local Catalan wines.
A new study argues that Europe closing its internal borders would be a pricey move.
The 19-year-old, who has been in Syria since last July, allegedly told her family: "I'm sorry. I want to come home."
Which city is worst for vandalism, and where are you most likely to be a victim of pickpocketing? Use these interactive graphs to reveal the picture of crime across the country.
Rival candidates for the leadership of Fifa have warned of financial catastrophe if some campaign promises are carried out.
Tech nerds are swarming across Barcelona as the annual Mobile World Congress gets underway.
If you are thinking of taking the metro in Barcelona you might want to think again...
The accused and the victim are all asylum seekers who knew each other before coming to Norway.
What was the most wanted man in France Salah Abdeslam doing in eastern France in July?
Vintage train was hired for a private birthday party.
In a rare interview, President Bashar al-Assad said he wants to be remembered as the "man who saved Syria".
The Colosseum and Pompeii have been hogging the limelight for too long.
A Danish ship inspector says the 1990 fire that killed 159 people aboard the Scandinavian Star was deliberately set by crew members.
One dead and five injured near Saas-Fee in the canton of Valais.
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition?
A pub in Kalmar has been accused of denying entry to drinkers with a "foreign appearance".
Even dogs are able to get through the barriers onto the Paris Metro without needing to show a ticket.
The civil unions bill is currently stalled in the Italian Senate.
Could Germany act unilaterally if the EU doesn't pull together on the refugee issue over the next two weeks?
Austria's decision to only accept 80 asylum seekers a day while letting thousands of others transit through sends "the wrong signal" and is "unacceptable", German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said on Sunday.
As refugees face court for storming a ferry in Calais French authorities are preparing to move 1,000 migrants out of the "Jungle" camp.
UPDATED: Domestic flights and services to Finland are affected.
German photographer Caroline Holt explains to The Local why pictures of the whole family together are so important to her.