Eagles of Death Metal's lead singer claimed he saw "Muslims celebrating in the streets" after November's attacks.
Suggestions that Russia could be behind the felling of a radio mast have been laughed off by the country's embassy in Sweden.
A former engineer at one of Germany’s nuclear reactors has made an astonishing claim: that the plant intentionally pumped radioactive waste into the atmosphere in 1986.
British expats who have been registered to vote in the UK within the last 15 years have until Tuesday June 7th to apply for a proxy vote in the EU referendum.
A couple whose son was killed fighting for Isis in Syria are to be deported from Italy.
A German court said on Friday that there was no legal obstacle to the practice of shredding male chicks shortly after they are hatched, in a big setback for animal rights activists.
"You don't choose your family," says Mourad Laachraoui.
Prepare for behind-the-scenes access, shows and other special events at France's museums on Saturday.
Porn, Viagra, swingers' clubs... Here's the truth about the sex habits of the French, by region.
US and Asia travellers in particular are shunning the service.
A small number of migrants have started trying to reach the UK through Cuxhaven harbour in north Germany. Federal police say they are stepping up security.
Foodie experts, Devour Spain, share their tips for the best vegetarian food in Spain.
UPDATE: Police were hunting the suspected shooter on Friday after he fled the scene.
An 18-year-old girl is in a serious condition after falling off a fifth floor balcony while taking a selfie.
"Behind news stories of statistics and tragedies there are unique and talented people."
The helicopter crashed in the Hautes-Pyrénées, the French army said on Friday.
A French court has sentenced a Belgian woman to seven years in jail for killing her baby by putting him in the freezer.
A Danish couple drove to Bjerkvik in northern Norway this week to buy a used truck. It didn’t go as planned.
The Chancellor has promises to "raise concerns" over democracy in Turkey. But conservatives are demanding tougher action after a law passed in Ankara threatens opposition MPs.
Spaniards are getting more and more creative with their baby names, opting more for Games of Thrones than Biblical, according to a new report.
Some 2.2 million families were without an employment income in 2015, Istat, the national statistics agency, said on Friday, as it slammed Italy for having “one of the least efficient” social security systems in Europe.
Police raided the Berlin homes of two photographers on Wednesday morning. One journalist said he was being treated "like an outlaw."
During the month of June, head to Christiania for Japanese food made with expired, yet edible ingredients.
Should Switzerland lift restrictions on detailed DNA testing in criminal cases?
If you love cheese you might want to think about investing in a small Austrian company called Kaslab'n Nockberge - it pays back interest in the form of cheese.
Imagine how this will look in 50 years.
The head of Germany's doctors' association has lashed out at Lufthansa for failing to prevent last year's Germanwings crash by allowing a pilot suffering from severe depression to fly.
Austrian special forces police broke down the door of the wrong apartment in Klagenfurt after a confused victim of domestic violence mistook left for right.
Flight MS804 took off from Charles de Gaulle airport, where dozens of workers had their "secure-zone" access revoked last year for "cases of radicalization". So how safe is it?
As new evidence sheds more light on the EgyptAir flight that crashed en route from Paris to Cairo, we take a look at what we know so far.
As of Friday, parts of the Trollstigen mountain road will open for the summer – see the amazing video of how it got ready.
Last week 50 young people gathered together at KTH and discussed cities, sustainability and the future. Daniel Ddiba reflects upon the event and how the world can handle growing numbers of people, giving them enough food, water, and energy while avoiding climate-related disasters.
Careful planning your weekend: this strike may cause some travel delays.
Their families want them dead, but they don't know if Sweden will let them stay. Sirwan and Karwan tell The Local what it's like to be transgender Kurds on the run from rapists and killers.
UPDATED: Egypt's military said its search teams found wreckage and a body part from the EgyptAir plane from Paris that crashed in the Mediterranean with 66 people on board.
The 71-year-old Swiss great-grandmother and her 21-year-old Tunisian fiancé had their marriage application refused.
From Friday cigarette producers must print so-called 'shock images' on cigarette packets for sale in Germany as part of an EU-wide bid to cut smoking – but the public don't think it'll work.
The signs must be taken down within two weeks.
Medical experts are warning that this year ticks are particularly active in Austria, due to the winter having been the second warmest on record.
UPDATED: Former French international star David Ginola is reportedly "awake and improving" after undergoing a quadruple heart bypass.
The forward thinks Sweden will win the Euros... based on a song.
The World Islamic Mission may change security procedures after the arson attempt.
It is a partial victory for animal rights campaigners.
Leaving Munich can be a heart-wrenching experience. No German city rivals it for extremities of kitsch, good taste, beauty, and unabashed pride in its roots.
Swiss men live on average the longest lives in the entire world, according to a report.
A Spanish court has thrown out an international arrest warrant issued for a top Russian lawmaker from President Vladimir Putin's party as part of a probe into an underworld gang.
After body parts were found in the garage of an apparently normal pensioner who died in 2014, police believe they are dealing with murders stretching back four decades.
UPDATED: Denmark's Nicolas Winding Refn made waves in Cannes on Friday by firing pot shots at fellow Danish director Lars Von Trier.
Sirwan and Karwan were both born male but now identify as women. They fled the Kurdish part of Iraq, where their families wanted to kill them. But will Sweden let them stay?
UPDATED: Work on Telia's networks may have caused Thursday's issues.
Danes' eighth-place showing at world championships is a sign that their best days on ice are ahead of them.
"Until recently the whole neighbourhood ate at Rocco's Pizzeria... which made the best pizzas, had the freshest meat and fish and where everything was prepared with love."
UPDATED: French anti-terror judges will on Friday begin their first questioning of Salah Abdeslam, a member of the jihadist cell which killed 130 people in a series of attacks in Paris in November.
The plane still hasn't been found, but an "intensified search" is underway.
UPDATED: A series of crisis meetings are being held in Sweden to discuss radio mast sabotage and air traffic radar failure.
Swedish star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will aim to lift one final trophy as the curtain comes down on his record-shattering Paris Saint-Germain career in Saturday's French Cup final.
A recent poll suggested almost half of the Italians surveyed would like to leave the EU. But why?
Simple to make, delicious to taste. Here's our favourite summer dessert recipe.
The Local looks at some key unique words in Basque you can try out during your next visit to northern Spain.