The migrant was rescued after spending a night in a snow tunnel, dressed in "casual gear".
Twelve families have been living like royalty for the past two decades.
Staff at Stockholm's Arlanda airport discovered a 27-year-old man on board a plane arriving from Ethiopia on Monday.
A 10-year-old boy had an emotional reunion on Monday with his family, who thought he had drowned in their voyage from Turkey to Greece a year earlier.
Four Copenhagen buses are currently carrying advertisements from the nationalist Danes' Party with the slogan "Your children deserve a Danish Denmark."
Men and boys are being temporarily banned from a Swedish swimming pool, but the International Women's Day initiative is making a splash for all the wrong reasons.
The school children need to raise €3 million to buy Budelli.
One person died when a tank that was taking part in Nato’s Cold Response exercise collided with a passenger vehicle in Snåsa on Monday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has refused to put her name to a joint EU statement declaring the Balkan route closed to refugees, as tens of thousands of asylum seekers remain stranded in Greece.
A Congolese priest in Bavaria has stepped down from his post after receiving death threats and being racially insulted by a local politician.
The first close-up photo of Sweden's new prince has been released by the Royal Court.
Gibraltar's chief minister Fabian Picardo believes Brexit could pose a threat to the territory.
William, Kate and Harry might have to trawl Airbnb or heaven's above, bring a tent, when they visit France next summer.
The tragic accident happened on Saturday in northeastern Spain.
People in French and Italian-speaking Switzerland are more likely to die from alcohol-related liver diseases than their countrymen in German-speaking cantons.
Spain's third largest city has taken the fight against machismo to the streets.
The hooligans climbed abroad the team bus with baseball bats and iron bars and assaulted a player.
Here's what France's first refugee camp that meets international humanitarian standards looks like.
The anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) and a small neo-Nazi raked in a surprising number of votes.
The naked body of Luca Varani was found in an apartment in the outskirts of Rome on Saturday night.
Muslim mothers in Austria are being trained to spot the signs their children are being radicalised.
SwissPass holders will be tracked through their card and billed afterwards.
The heir to the Saudi kingdom received France's highest honour in a very discreet ceremony - which has sparked anger.
Americans in Berlin turned out to vote in the “global primary” for Democrats on Sunday - most for Bernie Sanders - with even typically Republican voters switching to blue.
The nation's largest chain of supermarkets will stop selling cage eggs by 2020.
Law enforcement have said that they are too stretched dealing with the refugee influx to effectively fight drug dealing, after figures showed a surge in drug-related deaths in 2015.
An innovative programme at a school south of Stockholm uses dance to help refugee children learn Swedish. The Local voices find out how.
See how Paris is giving more power to the pedestrian at seven of the city's most iconic squares.
Austrian Foreign Minister compares the EU to a human trafficker and suggests closure of the Balkan route for refugees is imminent.
After police busted a pickpocketing ring which brought in over €1 million in six months, we take a closer look at the sneaky ways thieves steal your money and valuables - and how you can avoid them.
The bus ended up on its side in a ditch after coming off a snowy road in Motala in central Sweden.
This week The Local chats to British wine expert, Anna Harris-Noble, about how best to enjoy the incredible wines Spain has to offer.
A record number of people sought an escape from their hectic daily lives in the Norwegian mountains last year, new tourism figures show.
Snowboarder who got lost in bad weather was rescued two days later after spraying a blue SOS in the snow.
How much would you pay for a mouthwatering taste of the best jamón in the world?
"If you leave me, I'll crash the plane."
Austrian volunteers in Greece write open letter to Austria, saying their policy is "counterproductive, unrealistic and irresponsible".
Spain's labour market reform is proving a dream for firms but a nightmare for short term workers.
Documentary series has also led Aarhus's mayor to pull his support for a planned mega-mosque.
For the first time, Norway took more cash out from its sovereign wealth fund than it paid in.
The disagreement is reportedly down to an ambitious project to build Britain's first new nuclear power plant in decades.
Have you secretly dreamed of becoming a pastry chef?
Swiss veteran Fabian Cancellara won the Strade Bianche race for the third time in Italy on Saturday.
Crowds gathered to give a tumultuous greeting to Arnaldo Otegi at a rally to celebrate his release from jail.
Fessenheim, near the Swiss border, is located on a seismic fault line.
The leader of the Sweden Democrats, Jimmie Åkesson, told his country's biggest TV debate show that there was "nothing negative" about leaving the EU.
German football legend Franz "the Kaiser" Beckenbauer on Sunday insisted he is innocent in the 2006 World Cup scandal amidst allegations of corruption, pinning any potential blame on his now deceased lawyer.
The unions lamented the man for working "early mornings, evenings and weekends".
New songs from Swedish acts Tove Lo, Icona Pop and YAST are rocking our world.
An Irish artist speaks to The Local about integrating into Stockholm's art scene - and why the Swedish royal family are "too pretty" to paint.
One of Germany's greatest car companies turns 100 on Monday. We take a look at how BMW became the manufacturing giant that it is today.
The French government says labour reform must take place to help cut unemployment, but unions and much of the French public are ready for a fight.
If you've bought minced beef or pork from ICA since February 28th you should not eat the produce.
French museums bought up much of the artefacts put up for auction by private collector, the US billionaire Christopher Forbes.
The disappearance of the two girls had prompted police to launch a nationwide appeal.