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When coming from such distant lands, it can be hard to find a common language. But a new choir has found the solution in music.
Torrential rain has left much of France soggy, and some parts completely submerged.
Swiss eighth seed Timea Bacsinszky will play a second consecutive French Open quarterfinal after beating Venus Williams.
Interior Minister Angelino Alfano on Wednesday rejected a call to take in all migrants and refugees, saying that even though Italy has a big heart, “we can’t take them all”.
The trial will attempt to establish the suspect's age.
President Francois Hollande voiced hope that Britons "will remember" their close ties to Europe when they vote in the Brexit referendum.
If you're in the centre or north of Italy, Republic Day could well be a washout.
Boxing's governing body has ruled in favour of the move in a landmark decision in Lausanne.
Those who prefer their mobile phone to remain anonymous are in for a shock in Germany, as ministers agreed on Wednesday to require anyone buying a pay-as-you-go SIM card to present ID.
Spain's acting Minister of Culture has called for tapas to be given World Heritage status.
A new website shows you if you’ve nabbed a bargain or are paying over the odds.
A district in Lower Bavaria has declared a natural disaster affecting three towns after heavy rain caused serious flooding, German media reported on Wednesday.
In 2015 negligent killing of children rose by 51 percent, while the overall number of victims also rose on 2014, figures published by federal investigators on Wednesday showed.
France's air accident investigation agency has confirmed that navy ship has picked up a signals from flight recorders of the doomed EgyptAir flight.
There will be a public transport strike in Paris on Thursday - here's how you'll be affected (or not).
Sweden has extended its border checks for six months.
Angela Merkel agrees with her party that the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces should be branded a genocide but will not attend a parliament vote Thursday on the issue, her spokeswoman said.
The Spanish public want to welcome refugees but authorities are dragging their feet.
Residents will have a new option for sending next-day mail if they are willing to pay 42 percent more than they do today.
“I didn’t want to meet him. I didn’t even know him.”
Irish no-frills airline Ryanair confirmed on Wednesday that it will shut down one of its Norway bases in protest against a disputed new tax.
“When a town dies we're not just talking about about the loss of 500 people, we're talking about the loss of unique cultures and traditions which are invaluable.”
The Colombian singing star is being accused of turning her back on her roots now that she is resident in Spain.
Germany expects up to 100,000 undocumented migrants to leave the country in 2016, a number Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere Wednesday hailed as high but insufficient after last year's record influx.
UPDATED: A rolling strike by French rail workers on Wednesday caused travel disruption for many as around half of train services were cancelled across the country.
Flying angels, tapdancing workmen, gyrating ibex... the Gotthard Base Tunnel is inaugurated in style.
A section of a rope used to hang Austrian Nazi Ernst Kaltenbrunner in Nuremberg in 1946 is set to go under the hammer in Munich along with other Nazi memorabilia.
Armenia's president Wednesday urged German lawmakers to not be intimidated by Turkey ahead of their vote on branding the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces a "genocide".
Take a look at the designs for the new Metro trains.
Hugh Herr, a double amputee who has designed prosthetic limbs has been recognized with a Princess of Asturias award.
The Local gets a rare chance to step on board Sweden's 17th-century warship and watch its painstaking makeover unfold.
Gruyères will attempt to make a 100 metre-long meringue as part of a festival celebrating its famous double cream.
Here's why Dordogne is one of the top destinations in Europe for 2016.
A sneaky afternoon tryst left a 36-year-old man in hospital after he fell from a balcony while trying to hide from his lover’s husband, who returned home unexpected.
Foreign workers are leaving Norway like never before, new figures show.
An Austrian woman who has spent over 25 years and €80,000 buying thousands of garden gnomes may have the largest gnome collection in the world.
The north German state of Schleswig-Holstein is introducing new heavy-duty ambulances designed to transport more generously-proportioned patients in emergencies.
The 14-year-old girl didn't hear the warning blast because she was wearing headphones while looking at her phone.
Rewe, Germany’s second largest supermarket chain, is banning plastic bags from its stores, a move it says will save 140 million of them from ending up in the trash each year.
No more cold calls from today, for starters.
Denmark’s temporary border control has been extended for a seventh time and will now remain in place until November.
Arsonists were most likely behind a huge blaze which burnt down a newly-built but still empty refugee centre in northern Austria, police said on Wednesday.
Could investigators be about to make a breakthrough in the case of a boy who went missing nine years ago?
Travellers suffer long queues after the computerized check-in system broke over night.
Swedish star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken about the perceived terror threat against the upcoming Euro 2016 tournament in France – but insists he is not afraid.
Amorphophallus Titanum, also known as Titan’s Penis, is blooming again at the Botanical Gardens of Copenhagen.
A 63-year-old man was left with bite wounds after a dispute with a van driver.
Just days after Austria’s Interior Ministry announced the country received 19,000 asylum applications between January and April in 2016, the Chancellor has corrected the figure to 11,000.
A record number of litters were also registered.
A race row threatens to overshadow France's build-up to Euro 2016, just when the country should be uniting behind its team.
A Spanish court sentenced a former Slovakian swimwear model to 15 years in jail for the murder of her British millionaire ex-boyfriend.
Royal Navy Able Seaman Harry Gasson was properly laid to rest a full century after being killed in the biggest naval battle of the First World War.
They used to beat swords and daggers out of steel, now the craftsmen of Solingen provide the global hipster community with cut-throat razors.
A Spanish woman has won the right to use frozen sperm from her dead husband and continue the in vitro treatment the couple had started before he died.
The Gotthard Base Tunnel is to be blessed by a priest, a reverend, a rabbi and an imam on Wednesday morning as part of an inauguration that is being treated as an opportunity for diplomacy.
A licensed cull earlier this year is the main reason behind the decline, say experts.
Motorways closed, prisons evacuated, the River Seine bursts its banks...
In the month since authorities introduced a compulsory registration for people infected with the Zika virus 12 cases have been recorded, local media report.
"The choices are made, we reflected a great deal and picked the best at our disposal."
Florence's appeals court on Tuesday upheld the 16-year jail term for Francesco Schettino, the captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship that sank off Italy in 2012 leaving 32 people dead.
By adding "ing" to the end of words, the French have taken "franglais" to another level...
Denmark will punish preachers who give their approval to criminal acts such as violence and bigamy, and will ban foreign "hate preachers" from entering the country.
Gothenburg on the west coast has observed the hottest day of the summer.
France will never sacrifice its labels such as Champagne and Roquefort as part of any future trade deal between the European Union and the US, says the country's president.
Stuck for things to do in Italy this June? Then look no further...
The French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron had far more money than thought, it seems.
UPDATED: Police are questioning a man in connection with an attempted murder investigation launched after a man was struck by a train at Stockholm's central underground station.
There's no summer like a Swedish summer. Here's how to make the most of it.