It is now official: 2015 smashed all records for political violence, as the far right attacked refugee homes and the far left responded by attacking them in turn, Interior Ministry figures show.
Stan Wawrinka battles through five sets in his Roland Garros first round match.
A man accused of killing a worker at a home for young refugees earlier this year has been charged with her murder.
The Chancellor warned that visa-free travel was unlikely to be granted to Turkey by July 1st, as originally planned, because Ankara was unlikely to fulfil the preconditions.
It now looks certain that neither Andrea Pirlo or Mario Balotelli will feature at Euro 2016.
The injury count of Swedes' tech-addiction revealed.
What could be so offensive about this cat lover's bag?
Get ready for (more) strikes from workers on the Paris transport network. And there may be no end in sight.
Berlin is a place full of surprises and secrets. With its ever-changing life it's hard to keep up with even a fraction of what is going on in the city.
Grana Padano producers were cheesed off with the gag which was broadcast to hundreds of millions of people.
Austria has chosen the former Green leader Alexander van der Bellen to be the country's next president, in what was one of the tightest presidential election races seen in Austria.
A gay couple stood up to the homophopic and racist chants at a Madrid neo-Nazi rally in the bravest way imaginable.
19-year-old Aarhus man found guilty of encouraging terror by posting an Isis video.
A meeting between far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD) and Muslim leaders ended bitterly on Monday after just an hour of talks.
Samir Ahmad fled Afghanistan after getting threats from the Taliban. Skip forward two years and he has just landed a job teaching Swedish — on the same day his residence permit came through.
In the newest instalment of My Danish Career, The Local speaks with New Zealander Stuart Thrush, who traded out the corporate life for a Copenhagen pie adventure.
A school in Stockholm suburb Kista will provide the course.
Islamist extremists have released what they call a "final message" from three hostages including Norwegian Kjartan Sekkingstad.
A group of animal rights protesters wrapped their naked bodies in giant meat packaging trays to preach the benefits of a meat-free diet.
As the Euro 2016 football tournament approaches there are concerns that it could turn into a fiasco given the prospect of rail strikes, street protests, petrol shortages and security "failings" at the national stadium.
It will soon be the end of a very long era.
Desperate to escape the heatwave? You don’t have to venture far to find great beaches near Rome – and you don't even need a car to reach them.
Switzerland experienced a return to winter on Monday as snow fell in some places, a stark contrast to the weekend's warm weather.
Tens of thousands of people in Germany have shared a Facebook post in which a new father explains how dangerous the herpes virus can be to babies – as illustrated by the tragic case of his own son.
UPDATED: With 3,200 petrol stations across France reportedly empty or running out of fuel, here's a look at which parts of the country are the most affected.
Austria and the European Union were on tenterhooks Monday as they waited to see whether Norbert Hofer had won an election runoff to become the bloc's first president from the anti-immigrant far-right.
For the next two months, the sun will never set in the stunning far north of Sweden.
Likely Democratic nominee for president says "too many questions have been raised" about Norwegian's Irish subsidiary.
A Slovakian model stands trial on Monday in Málaga, accused of murdering her millionaire ex-boyfriend.
A young Austrian mother who had gone missing while on holiday in Italy has been found dead along with her five-month-old baby, having committed suicide after killing the child.
The 59-year-old is wanted in connection with the murder of a woman in Switzerland.
The comments have angered Rome's Jewish community.
An unlikely contender triumphed at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday evening.
Whether you plan to pack your summer with extreme sports or spend it drinking beers in a Berlin park, we've got you covered in our comprehensive guide.
A project meant to symbolize the journey refugees go through to reach Europe will arrive in the Danish capital on Monday.
A penguin stolen from a cafe in Vienna two years ago has mysteriously found its way back to the garden.
It was a deadly weekend in the skies over Switzerland.
Five houses had to be evacuated in Minden, North Rhine-Westphalia, after a tornado swept through the town on Sunday.
They fled hardship and war only to find misery and squalor, but migrants who met a gruesome end in northern France hoping to reach England are finally getting a touch of dignity in death.
Spanish nudists have lost a seven-year battle to gain access to a beach in Cádiz, southern Spain.
UPDATED: A Swedish lay judge has stepped down after admitting he patrolled Stockholm with an anti-immigrant vigilante group.
The incident happened following Juventus' 1-0 victory over Milan in Rome on Saturday.
The gunman who killed two people when he open fired into a crowd at a concert in Vorarlberg on Sunday before turning the gun on himself may have been a right-wing extremist, according to media reports.
France's biggest insurance group Axa is pulling out of the tobacco industry as part of the fight against smoking.
"The Lego company's products are not as innocent as they used to be."
A train crashed into a tourist bus on Friday night in Interlaken.
As of Monday morning, 17 departures and 22 arrivals at Copenhagen Airport had been cancelled, affecting departures out of Oslo and Stavanger.
The Local speaks to Zürich-based budding filmmaker Fabian Schmid about why he decided to travel to Sweden to shoot a documentary about the unique Nordic 'fika' concept.
India’s Supreme Court is scheduled to hear Salvatore Girone's case on May 26th, the Italian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday.
As of Monday morning, 17 departures and 22 arrivals at Copenhagen Airport had been cancelled due to a tecnical issue.
French Open champion Stan Wawrinka clinches the Geneva Open title.
Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday in a bid to keep alive a deal to limit the number of refugees arriving in the EU.
Barça raised the Copa del Rey for the 28th time on Sunday.
A successful stay of proceedings could hold the planned HNSA agreement up for a year.
Some 1,600 petrol stations in France were running on empty on Monday as protesting workers continued to block oil refineries and fuel depots.
An illegal party in the Swiss capital spiralled into a violent protest march.
A chance to walk (1.6 km) and read a comic at the same time.
The remains of the 58-year-old British woman have never been found.
Meet the Australian ex-firefighter helping foreigners navigate Sweden's startup scene.