Austria's foreign ministry said on Thursday that it has advised people going to France for the European football championships in June and July to register beforehand in case of terror attacks.
There was good news for satirist Jan Böhmermann on Thursday, as broadcaster ZDF published a legal opinion claiming a "smear poem" he directed at Turkey's President was within the bounds of the law.
Sorry but we care about safety not your profits, French air traffic controllers tell Ryanair.
Sweden's government wants it to be less hassle for residents to adapt their surnames.
Nine people are missing and three are injured after a building collapsed in a Tenerife resort popular with Swedish holidaymakers.
Is this the most overpriced and underwhelming sandwich ever?
Two baby elk were spotted running around the city of Karlstad in central Sweden after getting separated from their mother, sparking a huge police search.
Hollande will attempt to boost support in a 90-minute TV grilling on Thursday, but whatever happens his presidency appears doomed.
Zurich-based Fifa must brandish the threat of withdrawing a World Cup to prove it respects human rights, says a new report.
New ethical guidelines barring the world's largest sovereign wealth fund from investing in coal have gone into effect.
Germany has a total of 16 national parks - just about one in every state, which means it shouldn’t be too hard to find one near you.
Latest: Four people have been rescued from the rubble of a collapsed block of flats in Los Cristianos. And five others are feared trapped.
Three prized pigeons are on their way from Norway to the home of the heavyweight legend.
Migrant arrivals to Italy are running at a higher level than last year.
Will Podemos members back a government made up of the Socialists and Ciudadanos?
We bet you've said at least one of these words today - but did you know what it actually means?
High school protests against France's planned labour reforms have turned violent, again.
Public broadcast workers are rallying behind satirist Jan Böhmermann as the scandal over a 'slanderous' poem about the Turkish President threatens his freedom.
Organisers expect more people to turn up at a second demonstration against Austria’s migrant policy due to take place at the border between Italy and Austria.
Two male king penguins who didn't quite live up to their keepers' plans for them to go forth and multiply have been moved from Berlin to Hamburg zoo.
The brother and sister admitted that they were in an incestuous relationship, loved each other and wanted to get married.
This is the first visit to Libya by the European envoys since they closed their embassies two years ago.
The mattress uses an app to inform owners if "suspicious activity" is taking place on their bed.
Austria has threatened to completely close the Brenner pass, one of the main links across the Alps, unless Italy stops the flow of refugees to its northern neighbour.
France might be the gastronomy capital of the world, but the French have some eating habits that seem very bizarre to Anglos, writes The Local's Catherine Edwards.
The number of asylum seekers arriving in Switzerland fell by 45 percent in the first three months of this year.
They may look cuddly now, but they are going to grow up to become Sweden's largest predator.
Greenland ice is melting so early that meteorologists initially didn't believe their own measurements.
Police officers in Verona have been hit with rafts of disciplinary procedures for dubious misdemeanors.
The United States has highlighted a list of all the human rights problems in France, including its violent cops and unhygienic jails.
A rental van hired in Sweden and driven over the border to Norway has been caught containing massive amounts of marijuana, amphetamines and pills.
When it comes to deciding what is a reasonable size for an alcoholic drink, Austria sets the bar high apparently.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition agreed Thursday on tough measures to spur the integration of migrants and refugees, including sanctions for failing to take part in programmes such as language classes.
Italy has come under fire from Austria for letting refugees freely cross the border.
Festival staff will be taught to spot suspicious behaviour by the Danish Security and Intelligence Service
A German study finds traces of glyphosate, a pesticide considered by the World Health Organization to be “probably” carcinogenic, in Swiss beers.
A German male nurse jailed for life last year for murdering two patients with a potent heart drug is a suspect in at least 24 more deaths, police said Wednesday.
Passengers freaked out after learning that there was an unidentified bag on the plane and that an "Arab" man had failed to board.
As many as 4600 jobs could be lost in Austria as a result of the proposed TTIP trade, according to opponents to the deal.
The Wikileaks founder may go on the run if he leaves Ecuador's embassy, Swedish prosecutors have suggested in their latest update on the case.
New evidence shows that Paris attacks ringleader Saleh Abdeslam was gathering information on a nuclear research centre in Germany.
Norwegian children feel healthy and happy according to a new Unicef report on inequality.
An unidentified suitcase and a missing "Arab" passenger sparked panic on board a flight at Charles de Gualle airport in Paris.
The Directorate of Norwegian Customs revealed on Wednesday that officials pulled off the largest ever drug confiscation in the county of Hedmark.
Police say it's the first time drivers have been randomly attacked in an autoroute rest area. The assault has been attributed to a turf war over key trafficking points to the UK.
Budget problems and a colony of bats have put a halt to the planned monument.
Spanish police arrested 14 people for allegedly glorifying terror acts by three radical groups in Facebook and Twitter messages.
The drill perforated the fresco, missing Saint Peter's face by centimetres.
Kids in Denmark grow up with the lowest inequality among the world’s wealthy nations, according to a new Unicef report.
Relatives whose loved ones died last year when a Germanwings pilot deliberately crashed a plane in the French Alps filed a wrongful death suit on Wednesday against the US flight school that trained him.
A 29-year-old Italian doctoral student at the University of Geneva was battered to death with an iron bar earlier this week.
Germany deported 60 percent more migrants last year than in 2014, the government said on Wednesday, with figures from January and February showing that the pace of repatriations further accelerating.
An immersive museum showcasing the life of Charlie Chaplin opens in Switzerland on Sunday.
Oh Zlatan, we'll always have Paris.
And you thought it was impossible to get fired in France?
Taxes on beer, wine and spirits could go up in 2017.
France will have to do without star striker scandal-hit Karim Benzema at Euro 2016 and Prime Minister Manuel Valls is to blame apparently.
Spring has arrived in Sweden and you may finally be able to convince your friends living abroad to visit, even if the sun doesn't keep shining.