UPDATED: Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia have released the first picture of their son.
Here's why this Swedish celebrity does not want Russia to win Eurovision.
Heading to France for the football? Be prepared to cough up.
Swiss world champion snowboarder Estelle Balet has died in an avalanche in Switzerland.
This April 23rd will mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Spain's greatest literary figure. So how does Spain choose to celebrate?
Here's this Swedish boxing champion's request for her big title match in Stockholm.
What happens when a Swedish singer tries to tackle some of the most challenging and beloved songs ever written for the Arabic language? The results might surprise you.
Brussels is "too easy" on offenders, the EU's official auditors said.
The French government and President François Hollande are jumping from one bed to another and leaving both sides deeply unsatisfied.
Officers in southern Germany found a young woman on Tuesday who had been locked away "possibly for years" in a run-down and squalid flat.
The films are included in the Director's Fortnight contest held alongside the prestigious cinema showcase.
Revellers aren't ready to say goodnight to the popular and spectacular Roman Nights or Les Nuits Romanes.
Some Parisians are less willing than others to put up with the "veritable hell" of the famously grimy streets in certain parts of the City of Light.
A government researcher wants to change Sweden's rape laws to cut the number of acquittals.
Goodbye Visa partnership, hello mobile payments.
A German newspaper reports that Apple has set up a secret lab in the capital to build its self-driving car. But how plausible is the rumour?
Pasquale Kevin Bruzzese had celebrated his 65th birthday a day before the earthquake struck.
A report in a German newspaper warned that jihadists were planning attacks on beaches in Italy, Spain and France but they have been dismissed by Italian intelligence as "groundless".
Just in time for the vital New York primary on Tuesday, a Norwegian spoof video about US presidential candidate Donald Trump has spread across the internet like wildfire.
Austria has seen a 54 percent increase in the number of criminal incidents involving far-right extremism since 2014.
Swiss researchers have developed a reusable protective 'onsie' for medical staff working with infectious diseases such as Ebola.
The story of planned attacks at beach resorts in Italy, Spain and France emerged in the German daily, Bild.
The city in Spain's Basque Country will ask its citizens if it should ban the practice.
Hint: it involves Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Danish man's $7 million lawsuit over dropped sexual assault charges will be delayed until June unless the New York City Police Department accepts a settlement offer.
Warning: these pictures will make you want a new kitchen.
Volker Schwenck, a TV journalist for public broadcaster ARD, was detained on Tuesday after arriving in Turkey and appears set to be expelled from the country.
The Spanish National Police freed five Latin American women in Seville who were forced to work as prostitutes 24 hours a day.
Three Copenhagen Business Academy graduates from Romania are behind a startup that they say will make your CV more efficient and effective.
Some farmers in Switzerland would jump at the chance to grow cannabis should the drug be legalized in Switzerland.
Finding housing in Stockholm is hard - but far from impossible. The Local spoke with several expats in the tech scene to figure out how they solved the housing challenge.
Rumours that a highly anticipated electric car from Apple could be built in Austria have been strengthened following a report in a German newspaper.
Fifteen people have been arrested in what has been characterized as Norway's largest ever drug bust targeting the so-called dark web.
Spain has raised its public deficit target this year from 2.8 percent of GDP to 3.6 percent, meaning that for the eighth consecutive year will overshoot the limit demanded by Brussels.
Germany's top court decided on Tuesday that people's right to know their parents is not unconditional, when it rejected an attempt by a woman to make the man she believes is her father take a DNA test.
Authorities fed up with Heracles' penis being pilfered by thieves have decided to make a removable prosthetic just for special days.
The results of a new survey won't make you feel too safe driving on French roads, even if things are getting better.
Is this the solution to keeping your dog cared for while you're on holiday?
An Austrian traffic psychologist is calling for the country to ban pedestrians from using their phones while crossing the road in a bid to prevent accidents.
Austria began building an anti-migrant barrier across the Brenner pass at the Italian border last week.
No stranger to the Norwegian court system, the Islamist says the state should pay him 200,000 kroner for ruining his "good name and reputation".
UPDATED: Green Party co-leader Åsa Romson has told The Local she refuses to let terror set the agenda, after appearing to refer to the 9/11 attacks as "accidents".
If you were looking forward to a long, hot summer you might be sorely disappointed if the outcome of this year’s burning of the Böögg is to be relied upon.
The 26-year-old was arrested in Mallorca on Tuesday morning.
Fans wanted a street named after the pop legend, but for now they’ll have to settle for a plaque placed outside the flat where he lived in the 1970s instead.
Austria's introduction of border controls at the Brenner border with Italy could result in a “second Idomeni” being created, a German politician warned yesterday.
The New Jersey police force was mistakenly contacted by a girl reporting her suicidal friend in Italy.
French animal rights clubs are roaring in protest after a nightclub promised caged tigers, panthers and snakes for a one-off spectacle.
Spain's CaixaBank on Monday announced its second takeover bid in just over a year for the 56 percent of Portugal's fourth-biggest bank BPI that it does not already control.
The Danish capital will grow up 100,000 in the next ten years but the mayor worries there won't be enough housing for those with normal incomes.
Some of the Pegida founder's unguarded words on Facebook may have caught up with him.
Basel’s fine art museum has reopened after a three-year, 100 million-franc renovation project.
Germany's top police anti-terror unit searched houses and arrested five people early on Tuesday morning in a swoop on a suspected far-right group.
Some 800 migrants died when the ship sank on the night of April 18th -19th, 2015.
Get the date into your diaries now.
Lausanne-based International Hockey Federation (FIH) announces sweeping changes to field hockey competition.
Austria's main parties set for defeat in presidential elections as left and right wing candidates lead the race.
Evidence that France has the finest wines in the world, and that the world continues to have a taste for them.
The majority of Swedes are frustrated with their government and pleased the country's housing minister has quit.
Sweden should be proud of the way it has dealt with the refugee crisis but the hard work has only just begun, argues columnist Paul Connolly.
Sweden's first strawberry crop has scored a juicy sum for the ten-time champion farmer behind it.