Guest blogger Dave Keating wonders exactly what would happen to the English language if Britain leaves the EU in June.
The man allegedly forged the documents used by the Paris and Belgian attackers.
Plenty of support for a Brexit in Britain, but even more in France it seems.
Just what do you buy for the man who has everything?
One of Sweden's female party leaders has marked her return from maternity leave in a comedy video that oozes the country's unique approach to gender.
Several members of a far-right vigilante group from Saxony now face a federal investigation on suspicion of terrorism.
William Holmes turned himself in to the police after killing his wife in 2012.
A mafia boss sentenced to life imprisonment has spent 15 years in a luxury hospital room at the taxpayer's expense.
There is now another place for people to get a glimpse of famous Paris skyline.
Police have arrested five men from central Sweden following reports of a gang rape on a student ferry trip.
Spring has finally sprung in France, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate up and down the country.
Food prices have risen far more in Norway than in the EU in recent years, new figures showed on Friday.
Steak tartare? "Non merci," say more and more French.
Hundreds of protesting taxi drivers brought much of Austria's capital city almost to a standstill on Friday afternoon, as part of protests against Uber.
"This fossil of a government needs to call it a day."
This car thief may need a crash course in how electric vehicles work.
Saturday's clash between FC Barcelona and Madrid will be an emotional occasion.
Everyone knows Germans aren't funny, right? Think again...
Temperatures as high as 26 degrees are expected in Austria in the coming days.
An explosion has destroyed part of an apartment building in central Paris, after an apparent gas leak. Five people were reportedly left injured.
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“England is straight ahead,” said the trafficker who sold them the boat.
Police thwarted by robber send his photo to 28,000 Vorarlberg homes along with offer of €10,000 reward for information.
Former West German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher - the man who helped catalyze the fall of the Berlin Wall - has died at age 89, German media reported on Friday.
The Danish government on Friday extended random identification checks along the country's German border until May 3rd, saying they were needed to deter migrants from entering the country.
A charity auction of exclusive designer clothes will fund urgent restoration work on the city's famous Duomo.
Alright, we confess: not everything you read on The Local this morning met our usual standards of accuracy.
Sweden's newest international music icon Zara Larsson has spoken out about online abuse.
A newborn baby girl was found by a rubbish collector in Bagsværd on Friday morning, Copenhagen Vestegn Police said.
Those monthly fees all residents have to pay towards public broadcasting could get steeper in the next five years, officials say.
A Swiss man on the run for two years has been caught playing pétanque in the south of France.
A fireball ten times brighter than the moon lit up the Spanish skies.
Top German comedian Jan Böhmermann this week used a music video to trash his country's past and hail the liberalism, sandals with socks, and kebab-fervour of modern Germany.
It turned out the strange smell in Vienna yesterday was just the result of changing weather and a refinery's spring clean.
Italy has seen a huge rise in Parmesan cheese theft.
A young Norwegian probably thought he would gain a lot of ‘likes’ from his video of speeding through a tunnel at 160 kmh. Instead, it cost him his driving licence.
Basel’s famous Fasnacht carnival could feature on the Unesco intangible cultural heritage list.
If you're a British expat in France, it might be time to brush up on your French skills in case your country votes to leave the EU.
The elderly man is probably regretting wading into the scrap between two children at the school gates in Malaga, southern Spain.
A new pocket book explains the etiquette and cultural habits of Austrians for asylum seekers.
A global search has failed to track down 22-year-old Martin Saliba who went on the run before being convicted of three murders.
The Danish government on Friday renewed border control measures for the fifth time since putting them in place at the start of January.
Priests should be "free from other obligations which may act as an obstacle", he says.
Four men have been sentenced to decades in prison for an attack in Costa Rica on a group that included one Spanish woman - and left a Costa Rican environmentalist dead.
A new effort to cut down on wasteful packaging is set to open this summer.
Residents of the central states Hesse and Thuringia were surprised to find snow ringing in the start of April on Friday, and bringing a bit of chaos to the morning commute.
Security will be on everyone's mind when 50,000 runners pound the streets of Paris on Sunday.
The beginning of the month signals a new raft of changes in France, some may even leave you better off, if ever so slightly.
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A closer look at the Vienna-based initiative fighting radicalisation by uniting mothers.
New anti-terror legislation comes into effect in Sweden on Friday.
Migrants to Switzerland could be forced to take an exam on Swiss cheeses if a popular initiative is approved in a referendum in June.
One of the easiest and cheapest spring recipes out there.
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Deal with UK will allow archipelago to re-embrace its Viking roots.
Does this mean they decided to replace the Eiffel Tower with his statue?
"Other countries should get a chance," the agency behind a long line of 'best of' lists said.
German health officials want to "scare" people into drinking responsibly.
Italy's winemakers complain that too many of their grapes are being munched by German wine tourists.
The ‘Spear of Destiny’ believed by many to have pierced the side of Jesus while he was on the cross has been stolen from a museum in Vienna.
Drone technology being introduced to Spanish beaches could put an end to nasty sunburn.