An Austrian court sentenced Wednesday a Bosnian Muslim man to 10 years in jail over the massacre of 16 civilians in a Serb village during the bloody 1992-5 Bosnian war.
Federer saved three match points to beat Marin Cilic in five sets.
There's been a steady decline in the number of pharmacies in France, and it looks like it's going to continue.
A teachers union in France claims school examiners were ordered to flag up any references in this year's baccalauréat tests that could suggest pupils have been radicalized.
Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said Wednesday he opposes a race of competitive tax cuts in Europe after Britain indicated it may slash corporate tax.
The European Central Bank (ECB) unveiled a new "state-of-the-art" €50 bill on Tuesday. A German police union said criminals would find a way to forge it.
A UK troupe has kicked off its second festival of British theatre in Paris, promising to be more even spectacular than the last one.
The once-busy border with Russia has seen no action since November.
Thousands of revellers wearing red and white sprayed each other with red wine in Pamplona's main square on Wednesday for the start of Spain's famed San Fermin bull-running festival.
State prosecutors in Koblenz raided Ryanair crew rooms in six airports across Germany, accusing the discount airline of tax evasion and unfair labour practises, it was reported on Wednesday.
A man is under investigation for assault after he allegedly beat a Muslim woman over the weekend in the northern city of Kiel.
A new scheme has been launched in Sweden to boost the use of electric cars.
Sweden will join Nato in less than ten years, its former foreign and prime minister Carl Bildt has predicted.
If you fancy taking home a more out of the ordinary souvenir this summer, how about some fresh air from Spain’s holiday isle?
Two lions broke out of their enclosure in a zoo south of Berlin on Wednesday morning, leading to all visitors being evacuated, local media report.
France’s quest to profit from the post-Brexit referendum economic uncertainty in Britain has begun.
A teen on vacation was able to lock herself in the bathroom and call police for help after a man tried to rape her. The only problem: she didn't know where she was.
Is immigration and ethnicity being spoken about more openly in Sweden than in the past? The Local takes a closer look.
The Danish company's project off the Dutch coast is "beyond even the most optimistic expectations in the market".
Not moving away quickly enough from traffic lights has led to a French driver being severely beaten.
UPDATED: Barcelona star Lionel Messi will appeal and vowed to clear his name after a court in Spain on Wednesday sentenced him and his father to 21 months in jail for tax fraud, the player's lawyers said.
An Italian banking crisis also risks rippling throughout the eurozone.
If you've got British/French connections, then here's our guide to how the Brexit vote might affect you and some guidance on options you might want to explore.
The pound keeps tumbling, and it doesn't spell good news for those in Italy's tourism industry or property business.
A whole host of looted Etruscan treasures, including a prince's golden carriage, will begin arriving back in Italy after spending the last forty years on display at a Danish museum.
Hungarian authorities have come under fire from Austria’s Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka after they began checking people crossing the border from Austria into Hungary.
The number of British citizens looking to move abroad has increased by 30 percent since Britain voted to leave the EU, with Spain one of the top destinations.
The teenager's body was found on Monday after he disappeared in the early hours of Friday following an evening out in the hip Trastevere district near the Tiber with fellow foreign students.
The city of Pamplona is taking extra measures this year to combat sexual assaults as the week-long bull running fest kicks off on Wednesday.
The man is accused of sexually abusing the 13-year-old girl and fathering her child.
Anti-semitic comments made by a politician for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) have led to infighting at the top of the party, with one the party leaders splitting from his faction in a state parliament on Tuesday.
How should France deal with its scores of radicalized prisoners? A new report has criticized the scheme of housing them together, separate from other prisoners.
The Local recently said 'farvel' to our Venezuelan intern, Juan Franco. Here are the lessons he's taking with him as he leaves Denmark.
These soldiers haven't fared well in their battle against bed bugs.
Italy has its own referendum coming up in October, one which premier Matteo Renzi has staked his leadership on. But why might this vote have a worse impact on the EU than Brexit?
There's a hard day on the job, and there's turning up at a suspected burglary in progress, only to realize it's almost 200km away.
Austrian police are searching for three adults who were spotted leading fifty schoolchildren under a level crossing and across railway tracks seconds before a train hurtled past.
UPDATED/CORRECTED: The number of registered trafficking victims has increased fivefold in just eight years.
Madrid Mayor Manuela Carmena has given her blessing to a no swimsuit day in the Spanish capital, after a petition from nudists.
EPFL's new robot could aid the development of therapies for paraplegics and amputees.
Border guards at a Swiss train station were shocked to find an Eritrean migrant trying to sneak into the country from Italy crammed inside a suitcase.
The pound keeps tumbling, and it doesn't spell good news for those in France's tourism industry or property business.
Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug of the anti-immigration Progress Party is considering giving up politics for the sake of her family.
An Austrian accused of carving swastikas onto his chest and forehead and then blaming it on his neighbours has been charged by prosecutors.
Sweden's central bank, the Riksbank, has kept its record-low interest rate unchanged, and hinted on Wednesday that it could be dropped further.
Children growing up in single-parent households are nearly five times more likely to depend on welfare payments, a study revealed Wednesday.
Germany may not have a final storage facility for its nuclear waste up and running until the next century, an expert report released on Tuesday suggested.
The federal aviation office (BAZL) is to investigate whether Gstaad Fly had authorization to offer commercial flights.
A paraglider trying to land ended up being rescued by fire services in Austria after being left dangling 30 metres off the ground on the edge of a crane.
The man flouted strict Italian laws when it comes to flying drones.
Activists from animal rights group PETA doused themselves in fake blood in protest of Pamplona's famous running of the bulls - taking particular aim at foreign revellers.
Or if you can't walk through them, at least take a picture.
A recent amendment to asylum laws in Sweden has resulted in a number of asylum seekers living homeless after access to assistance was cut off, Sveriges Radio reports.
Chancellor Angela Merkel, an avid football fan, will not attend Die Mannschaft's Euro 2016 semi-final match against France this week due to a busy schedule.
Could pedestrians and cyclists ever take over the famously polluted peripherique ring road around Paris?
Around 40 failed asylum seekers have taken to occupying the Regensburg Cathedral to fight their deportation.
An amateur historian has found the press pass issued to French writer and pilot Antoine de Saint-Exupery when he covered Spain's civil war.
The Italian interior ministry said last week that a total of 70,930 people landed between January and June - almost exactly the same number as the same period in 2015 and only slightly higher than in 2014.
If you can't make it to see the jewels of the Loire Valley in person then at least you can visit them via your laptop.
Stefan Löfven unveiled a new government programme at Almedalen designed to tackle segregation, which he warned could fracture Sweden if not dealt with.
French exchange student and The Local contributor Marie Zafimehy is after a year in Sweden still getting to grips with some of the Swedes' peculiar ways.