A "miracle" survival story from the Pyrenees.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday brushed off concerns about a landmark EU-Turkey deal designed to stem the flow of migrants to Europe after critical comments by her Turkish counterpart.
Berlin is just so gosh darn interesting, we couldn't fit it all into the first list on our website of infinite virtual space.
A bid to stall the decision was voted down.
Thousands of green card holders are desperately trying convince politicians not to force them out of Denmark and say that a recently-granted extension to the scheme is a hollow victory.
Swiss defending French Open champion Stan Wawrinka beat Japan's Taro Daniel.
Experts are saying the current fuel crisis will have "serious consequences" for French business. Here's how.
The Norwegian rescue vessel Siem Pilot on Wednesday came to the aid of more than 1,000 people off the coast of Libya.
We know that many of you have probably had your patience tried by salespeople in the past. But don't do this at home, kids.
The main road artery between Munich and Berlin was completely shut down on Tuesday evening after a truck driver committed a cardinal sin.
France has vowed to do "everything possible to avoid a terrorist attack" at the Euro 2016 tournament.
Areas of Paris, Marseille and Toulouse were on the list of possible targets for an attack.
Police have admitted that perhaps the phrase "All Cats Are Beautiful" isn't quite as offensive as first thought.
Her right wing populist party’s electoral successes have struck the fear of God into the political mainstream. But Frauke Petry is now under investigation in Dresden for perjury.
If you want to work internationally, why would you waste your time at a domestic job fair? Bilingual People tells The Local about its international (and even virtual) recruitment fairs – and why job-seekers travel across Europe to attend.
The British academic is to follow in the footsteps of Sir David Attenborough, Bob Dylan and Margaret Atwood.
"Without him, the island's ecosystem would be severely compromised by now."
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has told a German newspaper that German rivals Air Berlin and Eurowings are doomed.
More British tourists are set to spend their summer holidays in Spain as demand for sunshine breaks in Tunisia and Egypt declines over fears of violence.
It may surprise you to learn that Extremadura has been tipped as one of Europe's top destinations for 2016.
UPDATED: The navy said at least 550 people had been pulled to safety but added that the rescue operation was still underway and that the death toll could rise.
There are good reasons why the French go on strike a lot.
Spain welcomed 20 new arrivals this week but some admit they hope it is just a stepping stone to their prefered destination: Germany.
The latest estimates say some 4,000 of the country’s 12,000 petrol stations are now out of fuel or running low.
Austrian aircraft parts maker FACC said Wednesday that it has fired its chief executive of 17 years after cyber criminals stole some €50 million in a so-called "fake president" scam.
The fuel crisis in France has made for some striking photos.
Experts say the bodies of 71 servicemen are still sealed inside the airtight submarine.
UPDATED: A Stockholm district court has maintained a European arrest warrant against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The local branch of Austria’s Freedom Party (FPÖ) in Villach have filed a complaint with the country’s corruption prosecutor over the suspected manipulation of votes in the presidential election.
Solar Impulse 2, piloted by a Swiss, successfully flew out of Ohio on Wednesday en route to Pennsylvania.
One imagines that there is more than one Londoner who has moved to Germany in pursuit of Christopher Isherwood’s Berlin. Now they have the chance to travel like him, too.
France is the only country in Europe to have seen a net drop in foreign investment this year...
Reports from the Ministry of Finance and independent experts suggest that the Danish economy is likely to be one of Europe’s slowest growers over the coming years.
Laying a floor in a fourth floor apartment turned out to be pretty difficult in high heels.
A kitesurfer got a nasty surprise after a freak encounter with a fish off Torrevieja.
Deal for the world's fight-biggest internet browser will now need US and Chinese approval.
SAS is expanding its network and will grow established flights across Scandinavia when it rolls out its 2016/2017 winter programme in October.
Adidas, the German maker of sportswear and equipment, announced Tuesday that it will start marketing its first series of sportshoes manufactured by robots in Germany from 2017.
Decision by Basel education authorities comes after two Muslim boys refused to shake their female teacher's hand on religious grounds.
UPDATED: Will this turn a page on weeks of scandals for Sweden's coalition?
In total, 80 officers are patrolling the area.
An attempt by Salzburg police to claim saying ‘please, please’ amounted to aggressive begging has failed after four beggars took their case to court and won.
Are things about to get a lot worse for the French public?
Saga Norén fans, it's time to get excited.
Fathers in Switzerland should get four weeks statutory paternity leave, say supporters of a new popular initiative.
Denmark's second largest city was named among the best European destinations to visit in 2016 by influential travel guide Lonely Planet.
The board of directors at Moss Airport Rygge will shut down the airport's commercial operations if Irish carrier Ryanair makes good on its threats to abandon its base there.
When four refugees were attacked near a tram stop in a town on the German-Polish border on Monday evening, pedestrians egged on their assailants.
There were riots for a second night in a row in the Gràcia neighbourhood of the city.
The accident was probably caused by erosion from the River Arno.
Fifteen emergency vehicles and seventy firemen were called out on Tuesday to battle a large roof fire in Vienna that sent smoke across several districts in the city.
Now you see it, now you don't.
Members of anti-Islam group Pegida were outraged this week to see photos of black and Middle Eastern children on packets of Kinder chocolate bars – until they found out who the kids really were.
Expect more disruptions on train journeys to France every week into June.
Syphilis is on the increase in Sweden, with the number of new cases more than tripling in some parts of the country.
Greece will get extra cash in the coming months to cover its debt repayments – but there'll be no cut to the total amount before the next elections in Germany.
"We need help to ensure Rome continues to be a reference point in terms of beauty for the whole world."
The overwhelming majority of those arriving in Italy so far this year have been from sub-Saharan Africa.
They were covering the suspected kidnapping of a Spanish journalist in the region.
French police are clearing the barricades around fuel depots but the shortages of petrol and diesel continue to hamper drivers and has forced the government to start using reserves.
Another tricky couple of days for rail travel lie ahead this week.
Teachers in Sweden are drowning in paperwork and have insufficient time to properly plan lessons, a new report suggests.
Ponte Vecchio is one of the world’s most famous bridges. Rebuilt after a flood in 1345, it was the only bridge across the Arno that the escaping Germans did not destroy during the Second World War. Many put the bridge’s survival down to a Nazi official, as Stephen Caruso reports.
It is estimated that nearly half of all cardboard and paper deposited in the recycling points is stolen.
Is it a Ferrari? Is it a shark? No, it's Zlatan Ibrahimovic.