The European Union said on Tuesday it is "very concerned" that Austria may be preparing to reintroduce controls on its border with Italy amid fears of a new migrant influx.
French Champions PSG have a chance to make history when they renew their battle against Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday night. And here’s why we believe they will.
Police have arrested the controller who was on duty at the time of a deadly train crash in Bad Aibling, Bavaria, that killed 11 people in February.
France is once again in a spin over whether or not to legalize marijuana.
New figures show where the wealthiest inhabitants of Switzerland make their home.
Great news for anyone who travels between Paris and the west of the country, especially Bordeaux.
Unfriendly graffiti appearing on walls in Mallorca shows just how sick some islanders are of tourists.
House prices only edged up slightly across Europe last year, but Swedes experienced a massive jump in the cost of buying a new home.
Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, on Tuesday added its voice to a growing protest by major companies against legislation recently passed in some US states targeting gay and transgender people.
The most famous pieces of art, the locations they're based on, the artists behind them, and where they hang today - check out this cool Paris paintings infographic.
Sabrina de Sousa was convicted by an Italian court in 2009 over the extraordinary rendition of an Italian imam.
It's a last chance for Spain to form a government before fresh elections in June.
A former police dog of the year was given a champion send-off in the Swedish city of Malmö, but some locals thought the idea was barking.
The Catholic Church in France has pledged to shed light on "all" cases of paedophilia - even those from "historic cases".
Controversial Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava has announced plans to build the world’s tallest building in Dubai.
The city of Nuremberg opened an exhibition of works by its legendary artist son Albrecht Dürer on Tuesday after they were left to the city by a wealthy businessman.
The school was planned to house 200 students in the Grønland district.
A brand-new five-Euro coin, which has a blue plastic ring in the middle, will make life harder for counterfeiters, the Bavarian finance ministry claims.
Look beyond the rats and the filth; even the Parisian Metro can be Instagram-worthy.
Public debate is raging in Germany this week over whether top executives at Volkswagen should be paid generous bonuses as the carmaker struggles to stem further fallout from its massive engine-rigging scandal.
Unemployment is falling in Sweden but rising among its foreign-born citizens.
A Belgian newspaper on Tuesday published a photo of Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam in prison as well as some rather bizarre information about how the presumed jihadist is getting on.
Seriously, what's with all the monkey business these days?
The Malaysian fund reportedly helped fund the Hollywood movie The Wolf of Wall Street.
A 21-year-old died of leukaemia after rejecting conventional medicine for alternative natural therapies. And his devastated family want justice.
A 48-year-old man from the southern Norway city of Larvik was sentenced to eight years in prison for incest and long-running abuse of his daughters.
First the Air France hostesses didn't want to wear veils when getting off the plane in Iran, now gay stewards don't want to go to a country where homosexuals could face the death penalty.
Austria’s biggest charities have joined forces to slam the government’s changes to asylum law, in what is arguably the biggest criticism of the country's refugee policy from the NGO sector yet.
Forecasters said the above-average spring temperatures are a prelude to what will probably be a “hot summer, with frequent heatwaves.”
Should children of kindergarten age be forced to study German if their language skills aren't up to scratch?
Perhaps the notoriously greedy French taxman is not so gluttonous after all.
As the evenings draw in, what could be better than curling up on the sofa to watch a box set?
The man's suspected murder has baffled Swedish police for two years.
A former banker, twice jailed for embezzlement committed when he was chairman of Banesto bank more than two decades ago, is behind bars again after he was arrested on suspicion of money laundering.
The EU Court of Justice ruled on Tuesday that Danish immigration law illegally limits the rights of Turkish workers to bring their families to Denmark.
The woman made the claim under 'moral damages' during divorce proceedings.
TV satirist Jan Böhmermann has cancelled his regular show for this week as he faces potential legal action from the German government and Turkish President over a "libellous poem".
A mysterious hand-painted skull discovered in a meadow in Vienna is real and belonged to an elderly man, according to an archaeologist.
A vegan firm in Berlin is offering money back for one of their products, which contains more THC than is recommended for young children.
A weapons cache, an Isis flag and a list of potential targets have been discovered by police in Spain's north African enclave of Ceuta.
Switzerland's new 50 franc note became available on Tuesday. Here's what that means for you.
How a leaky roof in a French city might have helped unearth a €120 million masterpiece...
Stockholm's housing crisis is stalling Sweden's momentum, Spotify's founders Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon have argued in an open letter.
City officials think that putting a deposit on pizza boxes and cigarette butts could help keep the capital clean.
At least 29 German soldiers have travelled to Syria or Iraq in recent years, an internal military report has found, with some believed to have joined terror group Isis.
The number of crimes in Austria involving knockout drops has nearly doubled in the past year, with more women than men being affected for the first time.
Libya has descended into near-anarchy since the overthrow of longtime ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
The new spin doctor for Berlin’s embarrassingly delayed new airport found honesty doesn’t pay in his business on Monday, when he was fired after just three months in the job.
There’s no reason why integration should leave a bad taste in people’s mouths.
DNB's claims that management was unaware of its subsidiaries dealings in the Seychelles called into question.
A Modigliani painting allegedly looted by Nazis during World War II has been sequestered in Geneva after the Panama Papers leak uncovered the identity of its current owner, authorities said on Monday.
"Italy has a special place among Iranians."
Spain's industry minister has faced calls for his resignation since he was named in the Panama Papers leak.
An artist's installment at an Italian lake will allow visitors to walk on water.
Austria has begun building an anti-migrant barrier across the Brenner pass at the Italian border.
Italian banks are currently saddled with some €200 billion worth of non-performing loans.
According to UN refugee agency data at the end of March, some 17,500 people have arrived in Italy since the start of the year.
Two crew members of a UK-bound Brittany Ferries boat were injured, two seriously, after a power blow-out on the vessel shortly after leaving France.
A Vienna auction house cancels the sale of a 17th century Dutch Master painting after France complained the work had been stolen by the Nazis.
The man was found dead in Malmö in southern Sweden.
A homeless man in eastern France has become a surprise breadwinner thanks to his speedy reactions.
Luxembourg offers France cash to close an old nuclear power plant that is "scaring" authorities in the tiny state.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has sued a former national coach over comments in which he appeared to accuse the Swedish footballer of doping, a lawyer representing the striker has said.
Sweden can't sit idle and hope for the best. It needs to start planning for a future in which the UK has left the EU, argue two Swedish business experts.