Talks to end the worst violence in decades in the disputed territory of Nagorny Karabakh kicked off in Vienna on Tuesday, after 46 people were killed in three days of fighting.
The tragedy in Lloret de Mar occured in the early hours of the morning but should the beaches have been patrolled?
Did you know the world's biggest children's literature prize is handed out in Sweden?
Polar bear cub Lili made her first public appearance at Bremerhaven Zoo on Tuesday, where she frolicked in a pool with her mother.
After five years in the building the revamped Forum des Halles commercial centre in the heart of Paris was officially inaugurated on Tuesday with its 2.5 hectare canopy.
PM Erna Solberg said she is unfazed by criticism of the package from the "activist" UNHCR.
A man in western Sweden who murdered his dad with a candle holder, dog leash and a knife has been sentenced to psychiatric care.
With Lukas Graham taking the world by storm with the smash hit '7 Years', we shine a light on ten other promising Danish music acts.
UBS and Credit Suisse have defended themselves over the revelations contained within leaked documents.
The 52-year-old first learned to swim 12 years ago.
Do you dare take to the streets of Germany riding half a bicycle?
Sex, drugs and cuteness. Mostly cuteness.
France is meant to have one of the best rail services in the world isn't it?
Antonio Conte, who will take over Chelsea after Euro 2016, is accused of sporting fraud.
There were more violent clashes between police and high school pupils in Paris on Tuesday as the latest day of action against planned labour reforms turned ugly.
Ali Besharat, a civil activist from Iran, and Bo Larsson, an economics lecturer at Stockholm University tell us about their unlikely friendship, making friends with Swedes, and the confusing art of saying hi.
As Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo battles his own spate of homophobic attacks, Spain's first openly gay referee has opened up about his experiences working in a machismo sport.
German Transport Minister says his country should back-up Austrian police at the border with Italy.
A video showing the delight of Swiss cows at being let out into the pasture after a long winter has struck a chord around the world.
The pair insisted it was all for personal use.
Can free fruit in the classroom help trim Spanish waistlines?
Multi-millionaires, CEOs and top journalists are among the Oslo residents who were given money to buy new electric bicycles.
Austrian banks are to be investigated by the Financial Market Authority following Panama Papers leak.
Temperatures of up to 20C are on their way to southeast Sweden.
Families of those killed are incensed and likely to appeal the court ruling.
The world may finally get a closer look at this iconic aircraft this summer.
A man died after his vehicle veered on to a railway line and was hit by an oncoming train.
The actress was known for her sharp comic timing and her long working relationships with some of Spain’s best film directors.
German public opinion is gradually aligning with other countries in Western Europe on migration, a new French survey suggests.
Opposition leaders have seized on the scandal as fresh evidence that Matteo Renzi's government is every bit as prone to sleaze as its predecessors.
Cops near the French border were conducting routine road checks when they stopped a man who who was making the most of the freedom of the open road.
Two left-wing politicians were questioned for hours upon their arrival in Tel Aviv and one outspoken critic of Israel had her computer taken.
German Transport Minister says his country should back up Austrian police at the border with Italy.
The Swiss People's Party won't advertize its next campaign using posters, after its previous visuals were attacked by critics.
An investigation has been launched after it emerged that a neo-Nazi concert took place in Austria apparently unnoticed by authorities.
Germany should send border police to back up Austrian cops as they control their border with Italy in a bid to prevent migrants and refugees moving north through Europe, the Transport Minister said on Tuesday.
A former French primary school headteacher, accused of sexually abusing up to 61 school pupils, has killed himself in prison in France ahead of his trial.
The girls have become a symbol of generosity in their town after their find.
"The people you see on your trip to Italy are not just for scenery."
Customs officials were alerted by the unusually large bulge in his pants.
The family of the Barça superstar vehemently deny involvement in a tax evasion plot.
Taxi drivers who feel they are facing unfair competition from companies like Uber have been presented with a possible solution. But their protests continue in Toulouse.
Migrants with no legitimate asylum claim could be held in police custody for up to 72 hours.
Two sisters were brutally stabbed to death in broad daylight outside a supermarket in Styria yesterday by the estranged husband of one of the women.
Having an offshore holding is not a crime but are the account holders meeting their fiscal obligations in Spain?
Bonn and Bern, Switzerland are set to display parallel exhibits of Nazi-era artwork, formerly in possession of a German recluse.
Cornelius Gurlitt, the son of an art dealer associated with Hitler, left his collection to the Museum of Fine Art in Bern.
Despite all of the criticism, Denmark has not confiscated a single item from arriving refugees.
"At least 28" banks in Germany used the law firm Mossack Fonseca's services in recent years, according to documents leaked to Süddeutsche Zeitung.
France, Sweden, Austria, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand have also started investigations.
Dolphins rarely die on Swedish beaches but the animal is the third of its kind to be discovered this year.
A school in northern Switzerland has decided to back the complaint by the two male students.
Extremist Islamists are finding it easy to get their message out to young people in France via social media, the French PM warns.
UPDATED: Three men who ran a poker site in Sweden and have already been jailed for fraud were among those stashing money in an offshore tax haven.
France is taking no chances ahead of the European Championship finals this summer.
It's not just all reindeer and snow up north.