Will France actually ban "cool" cigarettes?
Ilnur Zakarin won Wednesday's 17th stage of the Tour de France on its final day in Switzerland.
Local authorities are calling for classes on Islam to be brought in at schools across the country after a radicalized Muslim youth attacked passengers on a train with an axe on Monday.
The latest mistake in the North region occurred only weeks after patrols were sent hundreds of kilometres away from their intended destinations.
The migrant situation at the Brenner crossing point is not as intense as it was in 2015, Arno Kompatscher, the governor of South Tyrol, said on Wednesday. But that could change if Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party claims victory in the country’s upcoming presidential election re-run.
Anyone seen a gang of criminals with tummy aches and holes in their teeth?
Muhammed is in shock after a brutal attack by a Swedish bus driver.
Plans to turn the Edificio España into a hotel and shopping centre have been shelved by Wanda.
Norway tops the Internal Market Scoreboard for the third year running.
"France is falling into a trap set by Isis," argues a leading critic of the government's response to the terror attacks.
The master's student used his university lab to test hard drugs for his dealers.
Another sad sign of the impact of the terror threat in France.
Erdogan's hardline response "flouts the rule of law", says Germany.
A politician managed to manipulate her way all the way up to the Bundestag and stay there for eleven years with a CV full of lies.
If you lived in Denmark between 2010 and 2012, it’s almost certain that your personal identification number (CPR number) and health information ended up in the hands of a Chinese company.
The new banknote was reputed to incorporate the latest tricks to defeat forgers.
German authorities don't believe the young assailant killed on orders from Isis.
The bodies of eight babies were found in her home last year, but at least one was stillborn
High profile chefs and scientists are to gather in Spain to investigate some of the most burning questions to do with taste.
Wednesday was predicted to be the hottest day of the year in Germany so far.
A 34-year-old man is facing trial for allegedly pushing another man in front of a train in central Stockholm.
French lawmakers voted on Tuesday to extend the state of emergency for a fourth time, but with a few changes. Here's what's new.
What is the process for looking after unaccompanied minors, and how great is the risk of radicalization?
A French judge has dismissed a rape case against two police officers who were accused of raping a Canadian tourist in Paris police headquarters two years ago.
Rome's gladiators are back, but not for long...
Former Barça player Carles Puyol has caused a stir among his Catalan fan base by referring to himself as Spanish in an advert on Chinese television.
A woman’s body was found in a forest near Biel/Bienne on Monday.
Gotta catch 'em all.
Best wedding photos ever?
Investigators given the go ahead to investigate two politicians from Austria’s far-right Freedom Party regarding irregularities in the presidential election.
Cows reared outside eat more, and so produce more methane.
This is what not to do if you want to pop for a quick bite but don't feel like dragging your luggage with you.
Asylum seekers in Sweden are now granted the minimum level of rights the EU requires of member states.
Several hundred people gathered spontaneously in Hamburg’s red light district on Tuesday evening to protest against racism and police violence.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the largest of its kind in the world, is earning good money off the Pokémon Go craze.
The result of the Brexit vote has made many expats in France question what will happen to their pensions.
Graveyard authorities in Vienna have pleaded with Pokémon Go players to act ‘piously’ and not to climb over graves while hunting pokémons around the holy sites.
A collection of ancient stone tombs in southern Spain has been granted World Heritage status by Unesco.
Nationwide strikes are set to affect travellers using Italy's airports and railways this weekend.
"A test like this should not define if one can become a Danish citizen or not. It's about other qualities, such as humour and humanity."
The first official confirmation that France is operating in Libya.
With Valentine's Day coming up, The Local explores the particularities of the Swiss dating scene.
UPDATED: A Syrian asylum seeker who was verbally and physically abused by a bus driver in Sweden has told The Local the incident has left him shocked and humiliated.
A Pokémon Go player in Odense discovered more than he bargained for on Tuesday evening.
It's nearly time to switch the beach towel for an umbrella.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Chief of Staff Peter Altmaier said on Tuesday evening in response to the Würzburg axe attack that refugees are no more likely than anyone else to commit terrorist atrocities.
An Austrian woman who wanted a tattoo of a Yin Yang sign on her back was left in tears after a hobby tattooist decided to draw a penis and the word ‘Fuck’ there instead.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is heading to Berlin on Wednesday and Paris on Thursday to start thrashing out the roadmap for Britain's departure from the EU.
More than 3,200 migrants were rescued from the Mediterranean on Tuesday in 25 operations, the Italian coastguard said.
The bank said the accounts require further analysis to assess whether they adhered to its policies on tax evasion.
The victims of the Nice attack came from all over the world.
German authorities have cast doubt on whether a teenager who went on an axe rampage on a Bavarian train was really an Afghan refugee, saying Wednesday he might have been from Pakistan.
The November 8th US General Election is quickly approaching. Want to make your voice heard? Here are five things Americans should know about voting from abroad.
Police are seeking (human) witnesses.
Relatives of a Hong Kong family injured in a brutal axe attack by an Afghan refugee on a German train have revealed details of the assault.
Lawmakers in the French parliament voted overwhelmingly to extend the state of emergency for a further six months.
A Spanish court has found the lead vocalist of a rap rock band not guilty of glorifying terrorism.
The money will be used to reduce public debt.
But Eurostar passengers face more cancellations on Wednesday.
The Lausanne-based IOC bans Russia's Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko over a state-run doping programme.
Spain's football association said on Tuesday that its boss Angel Maria Villar would seek to replace the banned Michel Platini as the president of UEFA, the third official candidate for the top job.
New efficiency measures put forward by Ericsson in response to weak sales could lead to thousands of job losses, a union fears.
Barcelona has imposed a ban on "personal mobility vehicles" along its bustling tourist waterfront in the Ciutat Vella this summer after a host of complaints from pedestrians.
Whether you live in Uppsala or have just been accepted to its university, this list of the city's five finest parks is a great guide for the remaining summer weeks.