A German court Thursday sentenced a paediatrician to more than 13 years in jail followed by indefinite preventive detention for sexually abusing 21 boys as young as four.
First it was bomber aircraft, and now there are claims a Russian nuclear sub has been lurking deep in the waters not far from the French coast.
Leaked documents containing names, birth dates and phone numbers of Isis members are very likely to be genuine, German federal police said on Thursday.
Get ready to read about some pretty unconventional medical methods.
The Bishops' Film Evaluation Commission branded the film "not advised, unusable and scabrous."
The Swiss federal technology institute is the only establishment outside the UK to place in the top five of the prestigious Times Higher Education's European rankings.
People are still living as slaves in France, says a damning new report.
The EU on Thursday removed customs duty on Tunisian olive oil imports, something Italian producers say will harm their business and flood the market with counterfeits.
Berliners are famously impatient with newcomers. So if you use a bit of local jargon, you might just win their respect - or you could end up looking like an idiot. But it's good to know the Berlin dialect anyway.
This might not come as a surprise to those paying €800 a month to live in a shoe box and €10 to have a beer on a café terrace.
The Spanish fashion giant has launched a unisex range of clothing, but not everyone is happy about it.
A new exhibition at Wien Museum is showcasing photos from Vienna's famous Prater fairground since 1766.
The positive results include at least one pregnant woman.
For refugees, landing in a new environment can be tough: new language, new laws, new people. The German government is particularly concerned about one subject: sex.
Somebody give that dog a bone!
Norwegians have the second best literacy in the world according to a Nordic-dominated ranking that follows years of research by US academics.
UPDATED: A police officer has told a Swedish newspaper that he does not believe UK band Viola Beach's fatal bridge crash was a suicide attempt.
The French PM has agreed to listen to students' concerns.
Danes have the fourth best literacy in the world according to a Nordic-dominated ranking that follows years of research by US academics.
Two Norwegian universities have places within Europe’s top 100 after the Times Higher Education published its European University Top 200 Rankings.
The Balkan route's closure could see Italy dealing with the EU's migrant crisis on two separate fronts.
Italian student Giulio Regeni was tortured and killed in Egypt in February.
Two are within the top 50.
Switzerland beaten only by Nordic countries in study analyzing literate behaviour and resources.
Four thousand tonnes of rubbish have already accumulated on the city's streets, and residents are getting fed up of the stench.
A new report shows that German universities are second only to the UK in terms of quality - and that they also beat out their British rivals in cost, lack of red tape and easier visa regulations.
The overall unemployment rate for the year also marked its first drop since 2007.
UPDATED: Four men went on trial in Denmark on Thursday accused of helping the gunman behind twin attacks on a Copenhagen synagogue and a free speech event last year that left two people dead.
Spain has seen the first birth to a mother infected with Zika and so far the newborn seems unaffected by the head shrinking virus.
Eleven of Sweden's top universities are among the 200 best in Europe, according to a prestigious ranking.
A new survey suggests Paris really does deserve the unofficial title of the City of (making) Love. Or at least, certain parts of the city do.
The show will also feature a costume worn by Elizabeth Taylor in "Cleopatra".
Sweden's outspoken top striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has had high praise from Chelsea's manager, but refused to say whether he's planning a move to the Premier League.
Forget Paris or Brittany. These towns and villages are the best places in France to live, if their names are anything to go by.
In a secret meeting with German politicians, the heads of the country’s two top intelligence services warned that Moscow is deliberately trying to create unrest in Germany, Bild reports.
A skeleton found in Upper Austria is thought to belong to a woman who took part in a death cult suicide last year.
The 63-year-old, a policeman at the time, demanded sexual favours from an asylum seeker in exchange for promising to help him.
Militants released a video on Thursday saying that a Norwegian marina manager and his fellow captives would be killed in a month if a ransom is not paid.
Warmer winters will not only have a major impact on Norwegians' hearts and souls, it will also be a huge blow to the national economy a new report warns.
The taxi drove past the biker, who was lying unconscious in the road, and continued its journey.
Swedes have the fifth best literacy in the world, but their Nordic neighbours are claiming the top four spots in a new ranking.
The imam and asylum seeker was detained at a refugee centre in Molise.
Rajoy insists he will stay on as party leader but a 'silent majority' within the PP want him out.
Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen, tipped as a possible successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel, plagiarized parts of her thesis but is allowed to keep her doctorate because there was no "deliberate deception".
The Norwegian Bureau for the Investigation of Police Affairs said officers did no wrong in beating an injured cat to death with their batons.
Austria's interior minister hits out about a proposed deal between the European Union and Turkey on migrants and refugees.
The Spanish queen pledged support to her 'yoga mate' who is embroiled in a bank corruption scandal.
A day after up to 500,000 took to the streets to protest against labour reforms, the French government suggested it was ready to listen.
Prostitute accused of blackmailing a priest in Austria for more than €400,000.
The two men were skiing off-piste in the Franco-Swiss Portes du Soleil area.
Facebook 'like' buttons on commercial websites break German law if users are not warned that their personal data is being shared, a court ruled on Wednesday.
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday praised Denmark for “really making a difference” in the fight against the Islamic State.
Schemes were designed to avoid millions in tax.
France back tracks on earlier threat to recognise Palestine if talks fail.
Agreeing to a refugee deal with Turkey that offers Ankara visa exemptions will set off a new wave of migration from Kurdish areas of Turkey, Bavarian interior minister Joachim Herrmann said on Thursday.
More than 200 school children and teachers have been told they can apply for compensation following the deadly attacks last year.
The play will be performed in the "New Ghetto" in July.
The trial comes amid rumours the 46-year-old may take over as Chelsea coach.
UPDATED: He had knives, a balaclava and a gas bottle in his luggage in the hold.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the key man as PSG dumped Chelsea out Champions League on Wednesday.
UPDATED: Swedish runner Abeba Aregawi has become the latest athlete to test positive for meldonium, the same substance that tennis star Maria Sharapova was caught taking.
Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen accused the German chancellor of a "too late, too little" response to the refugee crisis.
Here's our pick of the most entertaining educational experiences across Sweden this week.