Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco said on Friday that public intervention in the country's banks was not to be ruled out amid growing fears the sector's €360 billion ($398 billion) in bad debt would trigger a potentially contagious banking crisis.
The scientific consensus used to be that carnivorous dinosaurs were an extreme rarity in Jurassic Germany. But new research reveals the opposite to have been true...
A prosecutor has said that she will not appeal a controversial court ruling which cleared four young men of gang-rape.
US President Barack Obama has told Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy his upcoming visit to Spain is to go ahead despite the murder of several police officers in Dallas, Spanish media report.
Police in Lower Saxony have said that sporadic group sexual assaults have been reported at swimming pools in 2016, what they call a 'new phenomenon.'
It is the fourth time a vegan child in Italy has been hospitalized within the last 18 months.
Many refugees have found a way into German culture through the enthusiastic support locals show for their national team.
Italy's birth rate has more halved since the ‘baby boom’ of the 1960s, with the number of births falling to 485,000 in 2015 – fewer than in any other years since the modern state was formed in 1861.
In more bad news for travellers, pilots with Spanish airline Air Europa are set to strike in the coming weeks.
Britons tell The Local how despite all the uncertainty and the falling pound, they are still making the move across the English Channel for a new life in France.
A Spanish judge has charged Volkswagen with fraud and damage to the environment over an emissions-cheating scandal which has plunged the German automaker into crisis, a statement said on Friday.
In a long-awaited ruling, the Copenhagen City Court on Friday found six Uber drivers guilty of violating Denmark’s taxi laws.
July brings a haul of great new Swedish pop – let our music writer, Paul Connolly, take you through the very best.
Plans to make it harder for Danes to live with their spouses in Denmark are illegal, the Institute for Human Rights has warned.
British PM David Cameron has proposed Britain's ambassador to France as its new European Commissioner.
Spain is about to distribute nearly €2 million to be used to help refugees, but is still a long way from welcoming the number of asylum seekers it has promised to do so.
Was the AfD politician being racist, or was it a misunderstanding?
The prosecution had alleged that the two men were involved in smuggling 1287 tonnes of garlic from Norway to Sweden.
Austria's far-right candidate in the October presidential election is "playing with fire" with talk of an EU membership referendum, his challenger told media Friday, vowing to tackle him over the issue in the campaign.
Tighter holiday budgets have Norwegians choosing more traditional and well-known destinations this year, much to the benefit of southern neighbour Denmark.
The longer your working week, the less likely you are to take the holiday you're legally entitled to.
Andreas Glarner, the mayor of a Swiss village that chose to pay a fine rather than accept its share of asylum seekers, visited refugees in Greece this week.
The skull belonged to a boy of between 10 and 12 years old from Calabria.
Here is your ultimate bucket list of things to do and see in Austria this summer.
"We note with amazement the resignation of Marcelo Bielsa in clear violation of the commitments and agreements signed last week and filed with the Italian Football Federation."
A Swedish comedy group has published a video showing a rather unusual take on the aftermath of the Brexit referendum... and British regional stereotypes.
With Spain having a tax on feminine hygiene products of 10 percent, Spanish women say they're going to be looking elsewhere to do their shopping - specifically Canada.
Travelling on the roads this weekend? Plan ahead.
But they've gone off the idea of referendums...
A small video camera recording everything that happens could soon become part of the standard uniform for Norway’s police force.
Four teachers have admitted to dangerously leading a group of children under a level crossing and across railway tracks in Austria just seconds before a train sped through the station.
Les Bleus have improved the morale of everyone in France, but the French president won't get the boost that the rest of the country has been given.
Court fines man for threatening to blow up Swiss broadcaster SRF after the television programme he intended to watch didn’t air on time.
Step inside this Swedish couple's home with Houzz.se's reporter to get inspired by sleek Scandinavian design.
A Lufthansa flight scheduled to take off for Munich from Berlin’s Tegel airport was evacuated on Thursday after a "security tip-off".
They say entrepreneurial spirit flourishes in the face of great adversity and Barikamà, an organic yoghurt business which employs six former asylum seekers in Rome, is the perfect example.
A father trying to protect his family from insect bites saw his wife go up in flames in front of his eyes after he tried to use ethanol as an insect repellent.
After over three years of delays, a long-awaited cycling and pedestrian bridge that helps tie Copenhagen together made its surprise debut on Thursday.
UPDATED: Six people were gored by bulls early on Friday morning during one of the most dangerous bull runs in Pamplona history.
UPDATED: Police in Stockholm have confirmed that a suspicious package found at a social services office in the south of the city on Friday was not dangerous.
One of the last surviving veterans of Spain's 1936-39 civil war has died at the age of 102, his family said on Thursday.
The real life pony carousel at Vienna's Prater fairground is to close at the end of the season following a campaign against the controversial attraction.
A Muslim politician says the authorities in Winterthur haven't done enough to prevent radicalization.
It seems some find it harder to forgive and forget than others.
The Spanish prelate claimed he leaked the secret Vatican papers because he was being blackmailed.
German lawmakers Thursday passed a law designed to aid the integration of refugees, having been at the forefront of European efforts to deal with the fallout of the migrant crisis.
Germany coach Joachim Löw refused to commit himself to stay beyond the next World Cup campaign as he picked through the wreckage of the country's Euro 2016 exit.
A man has died from injuries in hospital after being shot by police in Viksjö, northern Stockholm.
It's taken a while, but the old love affair between the fans and the team has been rekindled after Thursday's victory over Germany.
The body of 19-year-old student Beau Solomon was found in Rome's Tiber river on Monday.
The grandson of Italy's last king has moved to California to sell pasta. Really.
Fendi, now part of French luxury giant LVMH, said it wanted to capture the romance of the nearly 300-year-old monument.
A Swedish man and his two sons have been handed prison sentences in Finland for human smuggling of refugees, radio station P4 Gävleborg reports.
This Swedish recipe for cheese tuiles is perfect for a quick summertime appetizer.