A week after 84 were killed in Nice, the local community including its Muslim population has been left devastated but remains defiant.
It has turrets, is set on a lake and is just 2 hours from Stockholm. So why's it so cheap?
A prison for jihadists on one of France's most picturesque islands? Local residents and the tourist board might have something to say about that.
The decision by Lausanne's Court of Arbitration for Sport is a "funeral for athletics" said one Russian athlete.
Half of France's sleeper trains will be shut down for good by October.
Thousands of Germans of Turkish origin took to the streets in support of Erdogan. What does this say about the integration of Turks in the country?
Swedish energy giant Vattenfall has vowed to develop a controversial wind farm despite fierce opposition from none other than Donald Trump.
Italian police slapped cuffs on a fugitive on Thursday after a high-speed chase turned into a hobble when the mobster broke his ankle.
But a majority of young people think pseudonyms should be allowed.
Manchester United coach José Mourinho has defended his decision to let the club's new Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic take a longer summer break than his teammates.
James D. Fernandez of New York University explains the convoluted legacy of the Americans who fought in the Spanish Civil War.
Looking for a cool place to grab a drink with friends now that the summer weather is here? Check out The Local's top hotspots in Paris.
La Roja has a new football manager. Welcome Julien Lopetegui!
Volunteer Annica Ullhag loves meeting and talking to newcomers, but wonders why so many of her Swedish friends do not.
UPDATED: Counter-terror raids take place in a suburb to the north west of Paris on Thursday, according to reports.
The hoard contained Samurai swords, various kinds of guns, a cross bow and other weapons.
Will Volvo Cars manage to break last year's record?
It must have sounded foolproof when they came up with it.
Danish women are closing the gender gap when it comes to crime.
The man who was presumed dead after attempting to stop the carnage in Nice has told of his heroic efforts to bring the rampage to an end.
Spain has asked London for "urgent" explanations after a British nuclear submarine collided with a vessel off the coast of Gibraltar, forcing it to dock in the disputed territory.
"If July 22nd, 2011 was a test for democracy, I think one can say we have passed it."
Barcelona has just opened its first beach area especially for dogs.
The woman wouldn’t let him see her identification and then nearly ran him over, leading a Munich court to throw the book at her.
By December customers will be able to pay for products (but not their bills) by debit card.
There were five migrants per square metre inside the boat.
There's a warm front moving in and... OOPS.
It's time to get on with the divorce, François Hollande tells Theresa May.
New figures reveal Spain's richest towns are located around the country's two biggest cities: Madrid and Barcelona, while the poorest are located in the south of the country.
A memorial to victims of Nazism has become the latest controversial location for Pokemon battles after Pokemon Go hunters visited the site to play the app game sweeping the globe.
More than 100 jolly souls dressed up as Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus and elves just left Copenhagen – see all of the bearded action from their visit.
And 40 percent of Swiss feel watched in their homes.
Italy is looking to Chinese investors to secure the future of many of its crumbling archaeological sites.
Austria’s Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) announced today that Britain’s decision to leave the EU is expected to cut economic growth in Austria by half a percent by 2020.
Under pressure French minister launches probe into security operation in Nice to respond to newspaper's claims of "failings" and "lies"
Following a brutal axe attack by a man who arrived in Germany as an asylum seeker, refugees have taken to the streets to denounce the act.
Did you think learning German in a language school was enough? It's not.
An American tourist who leapt on a sex pest bothering his girlfriend during Pamplona's famous fiesta has been severely punished.
The Bergen man who precipitated Monday’s rare police shooting fired on officers with a starter police.
UPDATED: The manager's team have been told to leave the world's largest children's football tournament in Gothenburg.
The arrest comes a week after public sector workers in southern Italy were caught wearing cardboard boxes over their heads in a bid to avoid identification as they cheated on their time clocks.
Austria’s Justice Ministry is expected to announce corruption charges against the country’s former Finance Minister Karl-Heinz Grasser later today following a seven year investigation.
Violence erupted for a second night in a row in the northern suburbs of Paris, sparked by the death of a young man in police custody.
Around 500 football fans were packed into an S-Bahn service to the Allianz Arena in Munich on Wednesday evening when the train broke down, causing panic.
He was once regarded as a bit of a joke. A self-taught "Sunday painter" who couldn't do hands and who was laughed at by other artists for his amateurish technique.
Upwards of 100 minor asylum seekers were involved in a brawl described by a witness as a “blood frenzy”.
An unemployed Frenchman was jailed for 10 months Wednesday after trying to sell objects he had advertised online as found at the scene of the Bastille Day massacre in Nice.
Austria’s Foreign Ministry summons the ambassador for Turkey to discuss the crackdown in the country following the failed coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Norwegian cross country skier Martin Sundby has been deprived of his wins in the 2015 Tour de Ski and banned for two months for using a banned asthma drug.
Terror attacks in Europe and "political and economic uncertainty" have prompted German airline Lufthansa to cut its full-year profit target, the company said Wednesday.
Sweden has been rebuked by the UN for evacuating its nationals serving as police in South Sudan.
The canton's historic irrigation channels will take pride of place on the new 100 franc note.
Turin's new Five Star Movement mayor, Chiara Appendino, presented her new council's five-year political programme on Tuesday, which included plans to reduce the amount of animal products eaten in the Piedmont capital.
Police in Sweden say that they have busted a major amphetamine smuggling gang, as part of a multinational operation involving police from the Czech Republic and Hungary.
Germany and Britain agreed Wednesday that Prime Minister Theresa May needed time to prepare for talks to leave the EU, after London took the first step towards Brexit by giving up its presidency of the European Council.
France has ordered Microsoft to stop collecting personal data on users of its Windows 10 operating system.
Did the five play any role in the attack?
Rescuers in Peru found three of nine mountain climbers who went missing after an avalanche in the Andes mountains, as the search continued on Wednesday for the others.
Fabian Cancellara has just ended his last ever Tour de France.
Rescue teams who pulled over 550 migrants to safety from rickety vessels in the Mediterranean on Wednesday said they had recovered 22 bodies from a dinghy.
The global coalition fighting Isis in Iraq and Syria will meet in Sweden in September to discuss how to beat back the so-called Islamic state.
A British nuclear submarine docked in Gibraltar on Wednesday after it collided with a merchant vessel off the coast of the territory located on Spain's southern tip.
Even if you think you've seen it all in Stockholm, seeing the city from its rooftops is a different experience, and what better time to do that than on a sunny summer weekend?