The husband of internationally-renowned concert pianist Natalia Strelchenko who strangled her on their second wedding anniversary was on Friday found guilty of her murder.
PM Erna Solberg and other Nordic leaders will visit the White House in May.
Lars Løkke Rasmussen and other Nordic leaders will join the American president in the White House in May.
UPDATED: Europe's most wanted man Salah Abdeslam has been 'injured and arrested' during a police anti-terror raid in Brussels on Friday evening, according to French police.
Norway will allow people to legally change their gender without the need for any surgery, hormone treatment or sterilisation.
In the Austrian village of Gutau, inhabitants have set up a microcredit system to help refugees rent houses and start businesses.
Those are the words of Omar Atrash, who arrived in Sweden from Syria in 2012 and shared his reflections through MIG Talks, a new communications initiative launched this week.
The illegal fishermen pillaged the endangered toothfish from Antartic waters.
Five airports will be affected will be affected by the two day strike.
The number of Spaniards choosing to live outside Spain has rocketed since the start of the economic crisis.
More revelations emerged from Brussels on Friday days after a deadly shoot-out between gunmen and police.
Stefan Löfven is heading to Washington DC this May.
Let's see if you’ve got your stereotypes lined up correctly.
A drove of wild boar have horrified cemetery workers in Cologne by overturning the earth in a grisly search for essential protein.
A 22-year-old from western Germany has been arrested at Frankfurt Airport over allegations he joined Isis and appeared in propaganda videos for the group.
From creating apps that save lives to developing ones that expand our visual horizons, these tech projects and startups are making waves at Texas' South by Southwest.
In Paris you're never far from a boulangerie, but only can be voted the very best each year.
Former German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle, one of the country's most prominent openly gay politicians, died Friday, aged 54, after a long battle with leukaemia, his charity foundation said.
An incredible story of how 40 people survived the Bataclan massacre has emerged from an ongoing parliamentary inquiry into the November attacks.
The Swedish government is putting its money where its mouth is when it comes to promoting gender equality in the country’s higher education sector.
Quiet returns to a small Bavarian town on the Austrian border as the refugee flow from the Balkans dries up.
We all know Mozart, Sisi and Freud. But what about Suttner, Meitner and Frankl?
A figurehead from a Danish ship that sank in the 1490s has made it home to Copenhagen after it was hauled from a Swedish sea bed last summer.
Lazio fans targeted Sparta Prague's Ivory Coast midfielder with monkey chants.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his family are jetting off to Lanzarote for Easter, but don't let that put off!
The Roman ruin was discovered in 2001 but since then, nothing has been done to restore it.
Indonesia had decried France's proposed surtax as "arrogant".
"The person who is hated by everyone has only the law as his last chance," Breivik's lawyer said on trial's final day.
The Local spoke to four British citizens living in Denmark about their thoughts on the potential British EU exit - and what it might mean for them as European free movers.
Two quirky themed bars are setting up shop in the French capital.
The exhibition will run in Florence's Palazzo Strozzi until July 24th.
The Swiss munched their way through a whopping 21.49 kilos per person last year.
PSG's reward for beating an English club is to play another one.
Three of the four Iraqis on trial in Bellinzona are found guilty of supporting terrorist group Islamic State (IS).
A rune stone likely dating back to around the year 1000 has been discovered in northern Denmark.
A kindergarten in Vienna was reportedly used as a location for sex and drug parties.
Denmark's struggling upmarket electronics company will let South Korea's LG handle TV manufacturing.
Rita Maestre has been ordered to pay €4,380 for her role in a protest that saw her remove her top at a university chapel.
An Australian TV station has released a short clip that shows its crew coming under attack in a Stockholm suburb last month.
Police were called out on Thursday evening after a huge python was found near service station in southern Germany.
Mullah Krekar faces charges in Italy for terrorist plots.
France is already the home of cognac, wine and pastis, but there are predictions it will soon steal Scotland's crown as the 'home of whisky.
Two women targeted rich old men in the bars of Puerto Banus seducing them before slipping something in their drink and robbing them blind.
Income inequality has leapt in Germany since 2000, a new study shows, with the lowest earners having less money in their pockets than 15 years ago.
Group claims to have stolen personal data of more than 50,000 people from Switzerland’s biggest political party.
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After Court of Appeals reversed a conviction on making threats, Italy will try to have him extradited to face terror charges.
State prosecutors charge chairman of an organisation with links to Austria's Freedom Party with racism and inciting hate against a minority group.
The daughter of Spain's richest man has shocked Spaniards after appearing nude on Instagram.
After swimming for miles to save a boat full of refugees in the Mediterranean last year, one Syrian athlete is developing Olympic ambitions in Berlin.
The Local counts down ten classic Spanish Easter recipes to tantalize your tastebuds this Holy Week.
The suspected terrorist shot dead in a Brussels police raid previously lived in Stockholm, broadcaster Sky News reports.
The incident happened at a crowded tourist spot on Thursday afternoon.
French doctors owned up on Friday in the hope of changing France's laws around IVF.
The area was cordoned off as fire fighters inspected what was causing the vibrations.
$800 million (706 million euros) frozen during Swiss investigation into corruption at Brazil's state oil firm.
The PM said new agreement is a shining example of “the Danish model”, but others warn that low-paying jobs for refugees will have dire effects.
Learn about a unique course at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm that's captivating expats and Swedes alike with its cutting edge – and sometimes controversial – approach.
Paying income tax in France will soon to get a lot simpler, so the French government promises. Here's what you need to know.
More than two thousands cannabis plants were seized from the hotel on the Costa Brava.
Animal rights activists are fuming over the government's failure to stop the killings.
Austrian jailed in Scotland for spying on girls as young as fifteen getting undressed in a changing room.
Switzerland opens criminal proceedings against Fifa's former secretary general, who earned 2.1 million francs in 2015.
This year's Baselworld "won't be one of the best" says industry legend.
The theme park are one of the ways in which Ferrari is hoping to leverage its luxury brand.
Norwegian atheists now outnumber believers.
Germany needs to get a deal through - but at what cost?
The small Piper plane carrying the seven migrants, including four children, was stopped as it was about to take off.
The man was fighting for his life in hospital on Friday morning.
Nearly 2,000 took part in a simulated terror attack ahead of Euro 2016.
France might have to stump up to fund a nuclear power plant in the UK.
EU leaders are attempting to reach a deal with Turkey.
Here's a great Easter recipe. Start practising now to get it right next week.