The US has warned its citizens that France is a potential terror target during Euro 2016.
A French court has ruled that the semen of a dead man can be used for artificial insemination.
A Gothenburg eatery has unveiled a menu specially designed for dogs in an effort to attract new customers.
Heavy rains have left submerged cars and flooded villages across France, and even breached the banks on the Seine River.
Advice comes two months before millions head to Brazil for the Olympics.
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A trip to Malta for 99 people was among those funded by the church coffers.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday called Angela Merkel to ask for "common sense" over a resolution recognising the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces as "genocide", local media reported.
At least 1,000 people are thought to have drowned or are missing in nine migrant shipwrecks in the Mediterranean over the last six days, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday.
The beach town of Mojácar has banned ‘unseemly’ behaviour on its streets in a bid to curb rowdy stag and hen parties.
A pair of hapless Stockholm lovers decide to get intimate in their car on Monday, but it was all downhill from there.
Paris will soon be home to an official migrant camp that meets UN standards.
Have you noticed it's been raining a lot in Paris in May? In fact it's been chucking it down more than in any other month of May for 143 years.
The Dalai Lama said in an interview published Thursday that Europe has accepted "too many" refugees, and that they should eventually return to help rebuild their home countries.
Sweden’s job market is notoriously tough to crack, and law graduate Nour Solaiman from Syria has already had more than his share of setbacks — but he’s determined to find a way in.
When national football star Mesut Özil posted a picture of himself in Mecca on Facebook it received 21,000 ‘likes’. But Germany’s far right party see it is an act of provocation.
The archbishop of Valencia said modern thinking about gender were the "most insidious and destructive to mankind".
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Marco Reus endured more injury heartache with Germany on Tuesday - his 27th birthday - as he was cut from their final Euro 2016 squad, two years after missing the World Cup.
Both Norway and New Zealand marked World No Tobacco Day by introducing new drab tobacco packaging.
An earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale struck the central Italian region of Umbria on Monday night, and was followed by two smaller quakes this morning, creating panic among residents and closing schools in the hilltop town of Orvieto.
Someone is killing wolves and leaving their heads hanging at road junctions in northern Spain.
Following an EU ruling last month, the Danish government is fast-tracking new legislation that will put greater emphasis on children's ‘ability to integrate’.
A poisonous spitting cobra is on the loose near Vienna after escaping from a container shipped from Indonesia to a warehouse.
Locals are not happy about attempts to restore a 17th century local landmark.
Everything you need to know about France's new attraction: the world's biggest wine theme park, or a "Disneyland for adults".
It's beating European giants such as Germany and the United Kingdom by miles, according to a key global ranking.
Fourteen percent of German-speaking Swiss have never visited the country’s French-speaking region. Here's why they should.
A Norwegian woman has been found dead on the island of Mallorca and Spanish police are investigating the death as suspicious.
When it comes to competing on a global scale, Austria is still lagging behind some of its neighbours in Europe.
Fill up the coffee cup and help yourself to a 'kanelbulle'. This is Sweden's best café according to food experts.
Fourteen people, seven of them firefighters, were injured in an explosion which also completely destroyed a paints factory near Turin on Monday night.
Child poverty is on the rise across Germany. But in the national capital and Bremen the situation is particularly severe.
Failing a succesful mediation, Norwegians face a possible shortage of beer, hot dogs and baked goods as a result of workers’ strikes.
France's consumer prices have fallen, leaving the country stuck in a deflationary spiral.
The Bad Ischl Batman contacts local mayor a second time.
Switzerland has the most competitive economy in Europe and the second most competitive in the world.
Techno pioneers Kraftwerk have lost a near 20-year court battle over sampling - making the practice A-OK in Germany for the first time ever.
An appeals court in Florence will make a decision later today.
The survey suggests the current Swedish government would not receive the largest share of votes if an election were held in May.
The historic discovery of a fifth Viking ring fortress was celebrated in grand style on Monday and will open to the public on Wednesday.
Update: Police in Darmstadt have received 14 complaints of sexual assault from women who attended a music festival in the city over the weekend.
A 15-year-old girl who knifed a policewoman at Hanover's main train station in February may have been acting under orders from Isis terrorists, media reported on Tuesday.
The Austrian government says a repeat of the recent presidential election is unlikely to be necessary.
The Barcelona star told a Spanish judge he never looks at the contracts he signs.
France's teachers are soon to take home a bit of extra cash each month.
A 27-year-old man has admitted to burning his ex-girlfriend alive because he “couldn’t accept that she abandoned him”.
When you think Malmö, do you think cheap falafel? Think again. Malmö is winning foodie hearts, for good reason.
A 48-year-old woman had a lucky escape on Monday afternoon in an accident that demolished her car.
Barcelona Metro was slowed further by an accident on the line on Tuesday morning.
Germany came in for a political first on Tuesday as a new poll showed combined support for Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition government dropped below 50 percent for the first time.
Danish MPs may not need to decide which royal grandchildren to cut off financially after all.
From music to car racing to food glorious food there is plenty to keep everyone entertained in France in June.
It's not time to put away the umbrella in France just yet.
They are unlikely members of the same crew: career seamen for whom it was initially just another job and landlubber humanitarian workers trying to make the world a better place.
GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: A photo of a dead migrant baby pulled from the Mediterranean was published by a charity hoping to force European leaders to grant migrants safe passage, after hundreds were presumed to have died at sea last week.
Defender Philippe Senderos misses out.
He is considering skipping the Olympic Games in Brazil in August due to fears over the Zika virus.
Of almost 163,000 people who applied for asylum in Sweden last year, fewer than 500 landed a job, according to a new report.
100 years ago, the British and German navies met in the biggest sea battle in history off the Danish coast – one which has become as controversial and hard to make sense of as the First World War itself.
Jewish communities throughout Paris suburbs are dwindling as they suffer abuse and attacks.
The British woman's body has never been found.
What is the Swedish model and who invented it? Thinktank chairman Anders Källström presents the eight reasons behind Sweden's success.
But who are the other players who got a chance to shine ahead of the Euro 2016?