Locals in Hanover have been given a very specific command for when the US President comes to visit - better remain neither heard nor seen.
Protesters have come together for the last four nights and the movement is growing.
It rolls off the tongue a bit more easily than Alsace-Champagne-Ardennes-Lorraine.
Thankfully, the fear that gripped this woman out jogging was unfounded.
Ferrero is now above Nestlé as the world's third-largest chocolate producer.
The imposition of stricter border controls by Austria are not in violation of Schengen Agreement rules, according to the EU's chief Spokesperson Margaritis Schinas.
Could this German energy innovation be a model for the rest of the world?
The German government on Monday said it hoped the revelations from the so-called "Panama Papers" will spur global efforts to combat tax evasion and money laundering.
Air hostesses and female pilots can opt out of flights from Paris to Tehran if they don't want to wear the veil.
The professor said he bought the skull at a market in Rome.
What happened to the seal who tried to cross the road?
The Supreme Court on Monday awarded compensation to 12 airline passengers in a ruling that could clear the way for similar rulings in favour of thousands of other airline customers.
UK comedian and author Ian Moore describes why rural France, more than anywhere else in the world, feels like living in a foreign country.
Madrid must be breathing a sigh of relief...
Families of the victims of last year's Germanwings crash deliberately caused by a suicidal co-pilot expressed outrage on Monday after his parents placed a heartfelt newspaper announcement in his memory.
A Russian woman is accused of stabbing her husband and feeding bits of his flesh to their dog.
French television is majorly stepping up its game tonight. Here's what you need to know.
Wikimedia says the ruling is out of step with the times.
A woman in central Germany has become the first person to be jailed over her refusal to pay the national public broadcaster fee.
The parents of Andreas Lubitz, the suicidal co-pilot who downed the Germanwings plane killing 149 on board, have published a heartfelt tribute to their son.
World number one Novak Djokovic has surpassed Swiss star Roger Federer as the highest-earning player in ATP Tour history.
Man tried to run down a police officer in his car.
The 1920s-set series will be broadcast around the world.
Sanctions against Tehran were lifted last year.
The legendary British rocker has announced two dates in Rome this July.
The explosion led to a stampede in one of Rome's central squares.
Only a fifth of women married in Switzerland since 2013 chose to keep their name.
Hundreds of millions of kroner in expenses are buried in other budget line items, according to a report from Dagbladet.
Maldini also played for and managed AC Milan.
An Austrian sparked a major security alarm after joking to Vienna airport personnel that he was carrying three bombs in his luggage.
Could a shift to Greenwich Mean Time put an end to the siesta?
Euro 2024 and Euro 2028 could include football matches in Sweden, Norway or Denmark if a joint Nordic push to host the competition goes through.
How would you cope with an invasion of giant rats?
The sister of the former King, the film director Pedro Almodóvar and the Barça football star Lionel Messi have all been named in the leaked Panama Papers.
The first Syrians arrived in Germany from Istanbul on Monday under a controversial EU-Turkey migrant exchange pact, an official from the German federal refugee office told AFP.
France to put 3,000 armed plain clothed guards on its train network.
Spain's unemployment, the eurozone's highest after Greece, shrank by 1.4 percent in March over February, the employment ministry said on Monday.
Austria is to deploy soldiers at its border with Italy as part of a “massive” effort to step up anti-migrant border controls.
How to make your kroner go further in the Danish capital, which was recently declared the eighth most expensive city in the world.
The police used pepper spray, batons and shields to push the pro-refugee protesters back.
Trying to bring all of Europe's security forces under one roof to fight terrorism would be more trouble than it's worth, Germany's Interior Minister said on Sunday.
UPDATED: Sources close to Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said the ex-Ferrari president doesn't have an offshore company.
A woman was spotted dressed as Rambo and brandishing a rifle in central Madrid on Thursday, causing panic among locals.
Swiss bank UBS, banned Uefa boss Michel Platini and the former secretary general of Fifa are among those named in leaked documents as being connected to secret offshore companies.
Could "anti-Kalashnikov walls" really be the answer to keep Marseille pupils out of harm's way?
UPDATED: Sweden's newest prince will be baptised in May.
Officers were a bit baffled to find out the identities of the culprits causing trouble for drivers in western Germany at the weekend.
Boarding schools sometimes get a bad rap. But in Sigtuna, just north of Stockholm, Swedes and expats alike thrive. The Local finds out more about Sigtunaskolan.
Single in Stockholm? Let's get down to business.
Austrian banks embroiled in scandal following huge data leak exposing how prominent public figures hide their wealth abroad.
Looking for an international career? Find out how the Stockholm School of Economics is connecting the dots in the business world, from Stockholm to Hong Kong.
Norwegian bank DNB, the nation’s largest, said it shouldn’t have helped its customers set up businesses in tax havens.
A member of staff working at Disneyland Paris was found dead in the park’s haunted house.
Getting back in the saddle after a long break can be risky.
A 16-year-old boy is seriously injured after a stabbing in Alby, a suburb in the south of the Swedish capital.
Denmark's second and third largest banks are among the institutions accused of helping customers avoid taxes.
Things are looking bleak for a lot of people who wanted to hide their money.
Not a great day to be travelling in, around, or even out of Toulouse.
The accusations were "utterly unfounded".
UPDATED: One of the biggest banks in Scandinavia has been accused of helping wealthy customers to dodge taxes.
Female Air France crew are not happy with having to wear the veil in Tehran, when flights resume this month.
Why Stockholm-based British novellist Simon Linter does not want to join the Nordic Noir hype.