Puk Damsgård accused the Daily Mail newspaper of introducing errors and exaggerations.
Ten new cases of the Zika virus have been identified since Friday in the Florida capital.
A visit to the slaughterhouse sent this bovine into the underground.
This Gothenburg native told The Local how he was verbally abused and physically assaulted after two men spotted his tattoo of a transgender symbol.
Italian sportscar maker Ferrari said on Tuesday it was headed for a record net profit this year after posting its best-ever quarterly results.
Madius the six-week-old cub spotted a gap in his enclosure and made a break for it.
The Rouen cathedral has hosted an emotional funeral amid tight security.
A leading politician for the Die Linke (Left Party) has called for Germany to freeze Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's bank accounts, as anger builds over Ankara's response to a failed coup.
As if serving a prison sentence wasn't punishment enough.
In the past two years, nearly 500 soldiers have requested to leave Germany's voluntary armed forces for reasons of conscience.
Mariano Rajoy has warned the country may have to hold a third round of elections, after his Socialist rival refused to back efforts to form a coalition government.
All signs of anti-Semitism were erased from Berlin for the fortnight-long Olympic Games in 1936.
Rudy Guede, who in 2008 was handed a 16-year prison term for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher, has asked for a review of his trial.
The defence minister said France is "in a situation of war" as more summer events fall victim to terror fears.
The model contains an estimated 930,000 bricks.
Walk into Rome’s Trastevere neighbourhood and it feels like a theme park. But it wasn't so long ago the picturesque area was considered one of Europe's most interesting, especially with its fiery, and violent, history.
The man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a shooting incident at Rosengård Centrum last week.
“Treating my legs with a much needed break after a long hike to Trolltunga,” Magnus Midtbø wrote on Instagram
A British tourist came up with an usual way to sleep off a hangover.
Chinese tourists are one again the victim of an brazen robbery in Paris.
A former MOD adviser has called on the Royal Navy to boost its presence in Gibraltar to protect it from Spain during Brexit negotiations.
Wonder what that smell is, or where everyone has gone? You're probably a newcomer to the Swedish summer.
You may never hear the name “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi” the same way ever again.
The southern state of Bavaria is bringing a legal case against Volkswagen over the impacts of the emissions cheating scandal that has rocked the car manufacturer.
An 81-year-old Frenchman died after a suffering a heart attack during a visit to a sex shop in the south western city of Toulouse.
Due to the horrors of the Nazi era, tragically little is left of Jewish culture in Germany. But traces still remain, not least in the German language.
Pope Francis on Tuesday appointed a special commission to study the possibility of women becoming deacons in a potentially historic opening on a vexed issue for the Catholic Church.
The ancient Roman kitchens of a Pompeii launderette have once again been kitted out with pots and pans as part of a new project that is trying to give visitors a sense of what day-to-day life in the city was like.
A group of journalists who fled war in the Middle East and are now living in Tyrol have been able to continue their work after setting up a radio programme in the region.
A man has complained that a mouthguard meant to stop him grinding his teeth instead caused his penis to shrink.
The call comes as police charge five youth asylum seekers for sexually molesting girls at a festival on the weekend.
A 29-year-old man was deported on Monday on charges of being an aspiring fighter for the Isis extremist group.
Jaime Caballero swum the length of the vast lake in under 24 hours.
An Italian teenager died in Vienna on Monday from meningitis after attending the Catholic World Youth Day in Poland with hundreds of thousands of other young pilgrims.
How do London and Berlin compare when it comes to creating or working for a startup? This comparison might help you decide.
Weekly hailstone, cold weather, and storms in regions of Austria has caused record amount of damages amounting to €250 million so far this year.
A 59-year-old man died after being gored in the chest and head as he tried to outrun a bull in during the annual fiesta in Valrio, Extremadura.
The spate of recent terror attacks in France is having one notable impact in that more and more of the country’s police are carrying arms.
Discount supermarket giant Aldi Nord has pledged to stop selling any eggs from caged hens in its stores by 2025, making it the first multinational supermarket in the world to do so.
A German holidaymaker has died after falling more than 100 metres while hiking with his family in the Austrian Alps.
Swiss leaders give message of openness and tolerance on Swiss National Day.
UPDATE: Police believe one person may have died in a fire at a summerhouse in Kramfors, one of several to break out in Sweden across Monday night and Tuesday.
Police are now searching the greater Schengen area outside Germany for a couple who went missing a month ago at the iconic Neuschwanstein castle.
Austrian Chancellor says EU must not allow itself to be bullied by Turkey following threats to rip up the migrant deal.
The Marianne statue and its pedestal at the Place de la République were "hardly visible" anymore, said the local mayor.
US warplanes on Monday carried out air strikes on positions of the Islamic State jihadist group in its Libyan stronghold of Sirte for the first time, the country's unity government announced.
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Tuesday marks the last day of a strike that has cost France's national carrier "around €90 million".
UPDATED: Austrian media identified the woman as 19-year-old Susanna R.
Some 1,800 migrants were rescued from waters off Libya on Monday, lifting the total picked up to 8,300 over five days, according to the Italian coastguard which coordinated the operations.
Portugal has put the brakes on the extradition to Italy of a former CIA agent over her role in the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian imam who claimed he was subsequently tortured.
Party launches new campaign to encourage B permit holders to become Swiss citizens.
Final respects are to be paid on Tuesday to Father Jacques Hamel, who was murdered by jihadists last week.
Swedish authorities are investigating an anthrax outbreak at farms in central Sweden.
Internet providers make huge sums of money by not cracking down on piracy sites, argue researchers Karl Lallerstedt and Waldemar Ingdahl.