A Swedish man has received a three-year jail for an arson attack on a mosque in January.
Moving abroad is a stressful process that involves many challenges, and one of them is finding the right school for expat children.
Italy wants to restore its economic clout in Iran. But is the rest of the world willing to accept that?
Record numbers of Spaniards have moved to the UK to find work and escape the economic crisis in their own country.
British singer Pete Doherty will play at the Bataclan almost one year after terrorist gunmen killed 90 people at the concert hall.
Only in Brittany could a beautiful river end up coated in hundreds of kilos of butter.
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The biggest event of the year in the southern Spanish city got underway in style this week...
A cafe owner who gave food to a homeless Swedish man who borrowed a chair has grabbed headlines after a guest shared his gesture online.
Isis have paid tribute to two jihadist brothers from Brussels who supplied the arms for the Paris terror attacks. Meanwhile Spanish police have arrested a man who supplied arms for last January's Jewish super store terror attack.
A fundamentalist Muslim preacher who started a “sharia police” force in western Germany has now been charged with aiding a terrorist group in Syria, prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
What does it look like when hundreds of kites fly over a windy beach in northern France?
Police swooped in on a man thought to have supplied weapons used on the January 2015 attack on a Jewish supermarket.
All ferry arrivals from Denmark, Sweden and Germany will be subject to checks through at least mid-May.
A man in his 20s has been detained in Denmark in connection with an investigation into an extensive abuse case in the central Norway region of Trøndelag.
See the wild plans that "underline Denmark's world leading position when it comes to designing major bridges".
The death toll from a German train crash rose to 12 on Wednesday, a day after a rail dispatcher was arrested, accused of having been distracted by a mobile phone game shortly before the accident.
Almost 56,000 calls have been made to Sweden since it became the first country in the world to launch its own phone number, with Americans leading the scoreboard.
Forget about Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, April 21st belongs to Rome.
Throwing your cigarette butt on the street could incur a 300 franc fine, under proposed rules.
French are urging Brits to drop their inhibitions and their clothes and come to France for a naked holiday.
Nearly 2,800 asylum seekers have been sent home by Austria in the first three months of the year as the country steps up its programme to encourage people to leave.
You might know it as the birthplace of the Michelin tyre company, but wait, it gets better.
Spain has welcomed just 18 refugees since signing an EU accord in September 2015.
Is the capital no longer "poor but sexy"? Berlin has sold off the most expensive flat in Germany at more than €19,000 per square meter.
Are feline rat-catchers the solution for Rome's rodent problem?
Oslo Police fear that kids' live streaming will lead to sexual attacks "soon".
Britain's Iron Maiden, The Chemical Brothers and Massive Attack join Muse at the Paléo music festival.
A man wanted in Germany is being questioned by Swedish security police after he was arrested at Stockholm's Arlanda airport.
Iran might have the death penalty for homosexuals, but gay Air France stewards should still work on flights to Iran, the LGBT union chief tells The Local.
As Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto visits Copenhagen, we look at the countries' connections.
An Austrian businessman has helped to start an innovative company that could change the way hotels will run their business in years to come.
Top political leaders in Germany are duking it out this week over whether to change the Constitution to allow military deployments within the country's borders.
A two-metre shark has been sighted at the mouth of the Tiber river.
Visitors to Sion will be able to explore the history of funeral rites in Switzerland over the past 7,000 years in a series of exhibitions and events starting this spring.
Thirty researchers from around the world descended on a Viennese coffeehouse last night to meet some locals and find out what they think about life’s big questions.
UPDATED: Swedish police seized the man at Stockholm's Arlanda airport.
A radical castle restoration that became an international joke has won a prestigious global architecture award, vindicating its architect.
UPDATED: Entrepreneurs say they will fight to stay in Sweden, despite Stockholm's accommodation shortage.
A leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel's sister party is pushing for a so-called "Islam law" that would impose harsh consequences for Muslims who fail to integrate.
Relatives of an obese Frenchman are warning other families to take steps to avoid a similar trauma.
The stereotype of the cheating Italian has just been blown apart.
SI NFGL member Natalia Mysak attended a leture on sustainable urban planning. Here she shares her reflections on the seminar - and what it means to be sustainable.
A 23-year-old man was hit by up to three shots in the upper body on Tuesday night near his home in the suburb of Herlev.
Hollywood actor appeals to Vienna police to make it clear he is not a fraudster after authorities released his photo not realising the true criminal had used a fake profile.
French hotel giants Accor are going green and tackling food waste by planting vegetable gardens in many of their 3,900 hotels.
Starting a business in a foreign country can be a daunting prospect but passion and a belief in what you want to do can take you a long way.
Italian ministers say the decision to build the fence is not based on facts.
A Norwegian mini-series has caused new tensions between Russia and the Nordics with its debut on Swedish television.
Extremist groups are channeling hate towards Muslims in the aftermath of jihadist attacks in Europe.
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Federer makes a flawless return to tennis with a win at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Why a TV series is creating tension between Russia and Sweden.
Experts say punter's thirst for Italian wines shows no sign of abating.
The centre-left Social Democratic Party said on Tuesday that Germany should scrap a law against insulting foreign leaders – which has been used by the Turkish President to target a German comedian.
The debate pits environmentalists against the government and big business.
Cristiano Ronaldo inspired Real Madrid to a record sixth successive Champions League semi-final with a hat-trick.
War-torn Libya is the main jump-off point for migrants trying to reach Europe from north Africa.
PSG were eliminated on Tuesday night for the fourth consecutive year in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. And the French press didn't hold back.
As the (often dreaded) tax declaration season opens, we share all you need to know.
UPDATED: Sweden's government wants to invest 500 million kronor ($62 million) in boosting integration, according to a new spring budget proposal.
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