Scientists presented Wednesday a life-sized copy, made using a 3D printer, of Oetzi the mummified 5,000-year-old "iceman" found in the Alps 25 years ago.
A Frenchman has learnt that carpooling service should be used wisely and perhaps not with your company car.
He said shaking hands with women violated his Muslim faith.
Four politicians from Spain's leftist Podemos party are on hunger strike in a gesture of support to refugees.
He just can't hold his tongue, but is it all part of a cunning plan?
All 200 workers will receive a bonus of between €800 and €1200 in next month's pay packet.
NFGL member Daniel Ddiba recently had the chance to represent Swede online through its @Sweden twitter account. How did it come about and what did it feel like?
Two fifths of Swedes think Sweden should join the war on Isis militants.
The Danish capital has almost fully cast off the winter doldrums so The Local went out to capture some signs of spring.
A Swedish entrepreneur is branding baby nappies especially for Barcelona football fans.
When Yaiza entered a competition to go into space, little did she realize she would end up disabled and having to be signed off work for 800 days.
One of Germany’s very first national brands is celebrating its 125th birthday: The Leibniz biscuit.
UPDATED: Oslo court rules that the mass murderer's prison conditions are a violation of his human rights.
Belgium on Wednesday rejected a request by Germany to shutter two ageing nuclear plants near their shared border, arguing the facilities met with the strictest safety standards.
To figure out what is Swedish you have to figure out what Swedes appreciate: clean air, clean water, a healthy environment, says business veteran Michael Treschow.
An apparent plot by animal rights activists went awry at a Munich circus.
The tragedy comes a year after more than 700 migrants died off the coast of Sicily.
A Swedish town has hit out after a Nazi flag was hoisted at the town hall building on Wednesday.
A Spanish Catholic teacher who admitted to molesting nine young children won't set foot in jail because of a legal loophole.
We asked Swedish Houzzers what style really means for them. Amanda Strömberg presents the 5 most popular answers – some of them may surprise you!
Burger King alone has promised 5,000 new jobs by 2021.
Everyone in France wants to live in Bordeaux apparently. But why?
The number of illegal weapons confiscated by Swiss customs officers has doubled in the past five years.
Italy says controls could cost its food industry alone some €10 billion.
A fight between two drivers that escalated to one of them being threatened with a machete has resulted in a eight month prison sentence for the owner of the knife.
France's top eurosceptic would love to see a Brexit happen because she hopes it may just bring about a "Frexit".
Denmark and Sweden could lose a valuable partner if the UK leaves the EU, according to a new report.
The World Press Freedom Index ranked Denmark fourth in the world but warned of a "deep and disturbing" decline in media freedom around the globe.
Switzerland jumps up the rankings of the World Press Freedom Index but is criticized for its banking secrecy.
Austria has fallen four places in the global rankings on press freedom.
Some 67 percent of Spaniards insist the UK should remain within the EU.
The World Press Freedom Index ranked Norway third in the world but warned of a "deep and disturbing" decline in media freedom around the globe.
Madrid locals have been criticizing a poster in the city's metro which asks the public to imagine the city without gay people.
Some of the wide-ranging surveillance powers granted to German federal investigators are unconstitutional, the country's top court decided on Wednesday.
Take your hat off, Italy. Eat your heart out, France. The world's best wine waiter is... a Swede.
Charged with raping a four-year-old, the man has admitted to five other attacks.
By day, the windows of a police station in a town near Turin seemed to be blacked out by ordinary blank sheets of paper. But by night, X-rated images of women appeared...
A study of the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury’s vocal ability has revealed the tricks behind his “eccentric and flamboyant” style of singing, according to researchers in Vienna.
Germans were the most positive of five European countries surveyed about Britain staying in the EU, with almost four in five hoping Brexit will never happen, a survey showed on Wednesday.
Students at a prestigious university in Paris have been invited to wear the Hijab for a day, but some have seen the move as a provocation.
Germany fell by four places in the Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Index, released on Wednesday, after more and more journalists came under attack at right-wing demonstrations in 2015.
Firemen were called to Zurich Zoo to help a 49-year-old elephant who had been pushed over by her herdmates and couldn’t get up again.
Daniele De Santis is accused of killing a rival fan before the 2014 Coppa Italia final.
A man suspected of murdering an American au-pair in Vienna has denied any wrongdoing and told police interrogators he was not even in the city when the murder took place.
McDonald's just got served a very unhappy meal from French authorities, according to reports.
German government testing shows that Volkswagen was far from the only car company which cheated regulations on emissions from their diesel engines.
The rugged Canary Island of El Hierro achieved its goal of producing all its energy using renewables on a day in February.
The Spanish film director's latest film Julieta will compete for the prestigious Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
UPDATED: Michael Wolf, who was sacked from Sweden's biggest bank, has been cleared of insider trading.
Syrian opposition leaders leave Geneva saying they cannot take part in peace talks while civilians are dying in air strikes.
Verdict on mass murderer's claims of "inhuman" prison conditions is due on Wednesday afternoon.
The city has been shortlisted for the 2024 games but is racked by financial and structural problems.
Parliament has approved sending Danish warplanes into Syria.
Romania owes a sizeable debt to the European Broadcast Union, which organizes the song contest.
That would mean France being under a state of emergency for almost nine months in total.
Swedish national Osama Krayem, charged in connection with the Brussels bombings, has also been charged over the Paris attacks, Belgian media have reported.
Taxis, booze and meals might cost more than elsewhere in Europe, but Sweden's capital's a surprisingly easy place to hang out, even if you're short on cash.
After a period of calm migrants and refugees are once again stepping up attempts to reach the UK and are prepared to do whatever it takes - including chopping down trees.
Claims that a suspect in the Brussels and Paris terror attacks was 'brainwashed' in Sweden show the importance of soft power in the battle to combat radicalism, argues Abu Dhabi-based scholar and author Dr. Jamal Sanad al-Suwaidi.
France says unified approach among elite police units will allow for a speedy response to terror attacks anywhere in the country.