France will extend the state of emergency to cover the Euro 2016 football tournament and the Tour de France.
A poll published on Tuesday shows that just under two-thirds of Germans do not want Chancellor Angela Merkel to run for office again in elections next year.
The final vote comes as Italy stood out among its Western European counterparts for its relatively poor gay rights in a new report.
The Germans may have a more powerful economy than the French, but their language trails a long way behind.
Most Christian refugees in Germany have come in for abuse or harassment in refugee homes, a new report has found.
It seems not everyone is welcome in Stockholm's Eurovision fan park.
The Nordic country has fallen from fourth to twelfth place in a review of how LGBTI people experience human rights across the continent.
There is no evidence that a man arrested for an early-morning knife attack outside Munich is linked to terrorist individuals or organizations, police said on Tuesday afternoon.
Spain may not lead countries like Germany or France when it comes to the economy, but it certainly comes up trumps on LGBT rights.
Switzerland has a dismal record when it comes to gay rights, according to a new report.
A new report shows how Germany continues to fall behind its counterparts on gay rights, which may be due to its "lack of strong leadership".
Text messages sent between Julian Assange and the woman he's accused of raping need to be made public, his lawyers have argued.
Military official said the bomb was probably aimed at the fleeing Norwegian royal family.
The Defence Ministry is to add thousands of new soldiers to its ranks and increase spending by billions. But will it be enough to satisfy the Americans and NATO allies?
A German court on Tuesday threw out a bid by Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for an injunction against the boss of German media giant Axel Springer in a widening row over free speech.
A man and a woman drowned after being dragged out to sea by strong currents on Sunday evening off a popular kitesurfing beach in southern Spain.
"I would love it. And Leicester's blue shirts are already quite similar to those of Italy."
Colour-coded health labels. This could really work.
Denmark's green transition will no longer be financed through residents' energy bills, the government said on Tuesday.
The French government declined to seek parliamentary approval for its unpopular labour laws bill
Vienna cafe goers could soon enjoy their ‘Melange’ in the fresh air all year round if new rules are adopted this month allowing customers to sit on tables on the pavements in winter.
The work, entitled 'Him', shows a young Adolf Hitler kneeling in prayer.
From July residents of the central Swiss city will be able to pay for public services in the digital currency.
An ex-British minister has claimed Berlin could "veto everything" in David Cameron's concessions he won from the EU last year - and torpedoed a central demand.
Nearly 100 Norwegian addresses can be found in the Panama Papers database and authorities are offering a deal to those who step forward now.
The Grüner See -- known as Austria's most beautiful spot -- is at risk of losing the clear emerald-green waters that gave it its name due to warmer weather coupled with years of tourists urinating in the lake.
Gauloises is our brand and we have the right to use it, tobacco giant says.
Spain´s two far-left parties have formed an alliance ahead of the June 26th elections.
UPDATED: A second Afghan has was also arrested for alleged people trafficking while warrants have been issued for three others.
Some 17 litres fell on Malaga airport in just one hour on Monday.
Sweden's complex housing market is causing recruiters a major headache, according to a new report on the country's economic prospects.
A climber survives a 800 metre fall off a mountain in Austria, in what rescue services describe as a 'miracle'.
The fight involved "American military men and a group of men from Africa".
On June 5th Switzerland will vote on the introduction of an unconditional basic income (UBI). What could this mean for you?
Germans have been overpaying for their beer for years, after supermarkets inflated prices on major labels such as Beck’s and Franziskaner.
Female French politicians have united in a call for an end to impunity for their male colleagues who think it's fine to sexually harass them.
UPDATED: Two of the four men pulled out of the Öresund strait between Sweden and Denmark on Sunday remain in hospital.
Switzerland has 16 confirmed cases of the Zika virus but the actual number could be far higher.
The kamikaze driver filmed himself speeding at 200 km/h on a Madrid ring road
UPDATED: Four male asylum seekers were pulled out of the Øresund in a large-scale rescue operation involving boats, helicopters and divers.
When Austria holds elections – especially presidential ones – coverage hardly makes it into the German news. However, this time, the story was slightly different. Political analyst Dr. Gustav Gressel explains the Austrian political landscape.
Many Brits abroad have the right to vote on Britain's future in the EU. They should use it, David Lidington, British Europe Minister, writes for The Local.
Should France be importing shale gas from the US, given that it is banned in France for environmental reasons?
Police said it's too early to speculate on the cause of the fire.
Austria's centre-left party begins the search today for a new leader and new direction after a sharp drop in support that forced Chancellor Werner Faymann to quit.
A court has authorised the exhumation of bodies from the Valley of the Fallen, a vast mausoleum where dictator Francisco Franco is buried along with thousands of victims of Spain's civil war.
Plunging client activity and difficult market conditions sent Switzerland's second largest bank into a net loss of 302 million Swiss francs.
One person has died after a man began stabbing passers-by at a Munich train station early on Tuesday morning.
Technical failure has left a large backlog of cases, however.
Loving the bikini and barbecue weather? Make the most of it.
The 77-year old, who is wheelchair-bound, is serving his 16-year jail sentence under house arrest due to his age and health.
A large temporary refugee home in western Germany was completely burned down on Monday night, but a prompt evacuation allowed all the inhabitants to escape unharmed.
Asad Nazari, a 14-year-old unaccompanied refugee child from Afghanistan, has been in Sweden less than a year but has already picked up a top prize at a recent Stockholm film competition.
Geneva-based UN agencies warn that laws against the promotion of breast milk substitutes must be tightened to encourage breastfeeding.
Only in France could a silver plated duck press used to squeeze blood and bone marrow from ducks be sold for €40,000.
Begging is not illegal in Stockholm but police say those who do it could be breaking 'accessibility' rules by blocking pavements.
Cannes Film Festival has been places on maximum alert due to the risk of a terror attack. Will it be the same?
It's time to focus on a united Europe, says the Swedish politician.