US rapper Freddie Gibbs has been extradited from France to Austria, where he stands accused of rape, his French lawyer said Wednesday.
The French are under Harry's spell, it seems... even when the book is in English.
Forget the beautiful blonde girl in a dirndl - this guy is a very different kind of wine queen.
Oil paintings, statues and pieces of furniture from Roman times were among the haul.
Interior ministers from Germany's main conservative parties want stricter rules for Muslims living in Germany in the wake of recent Islamist-linked attacks.
France looks unlikely to hit its target of welcoming 100 million visitors a year by 2020 the way things are going.
Iceland's Euro 2016 hero coach Lars Lagerbäck is returning to the Swedish national team, seven years after his departure, the Swedish Football Association has confirmed.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed a Stockholm district court's decision to maintain a European arrest warrant against him.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier believes Donald Trump becoming US president would be a "frightening" prospect for the world, his spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi promised to resign if the public didn’t support the overhaul of Italy’s sclerotic political system.
'I'll have two capricciosas in the name of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, please.'
It's no myth. The French really adore their fromage.
Get ready for the best Perseid meteor shower in years...
Max Bringmann, a student who did an exchange year in the US, found the people of Kentucky to be extremely warm hearted. Nonetheless there were some things about his stateside experience which he didn't enjoy.
A 22-year-old man who threatened to blow himself up at an asylum centre on the island of Funen has been arrested, police have announced.
A very dark place, a cloudless sky, and a little patience is all you need for good stargazing and this year it promises to be spectacular.
Wrap up warm, head out of the city and prepare to be amazed by this spectacle in the sky.
France’s move to improve security in sensitive areas will include unprecedented measures being taken in the country’s schools from September onwards, including a mock attack exercise.
Danish and Norwegian support organizations will file a complaint over the Norwegian police’s decision to end a new investigation into the Scandinavian Star tragedy without filing new charges.
Should Norrland in northern Sweden follow Scotland's example and demand a referendum on independence? Journalist Lotta Gröning tells The Local why she thinks so.
Local activists had been campaigning for safety in the area to be improved.
Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière is set to publish a draft law on Thursday which would create fundamental changes to several aspects of citizen's rights in Germany.
A Syrian refugee has made it into the second division of Austrian women’s football despite never seeing women playing the sport until she fled to the country two years ago.
A new study reveals that genetic manipulation of mice, rats, cows and pigs has increased threefold since 2004.
But hang on, it's not as simple as that.
An animal protection association will pay for 88 cats to be neutered in an attempt to cut down the growing number of strays in Switzerland.
The skies will be alive this week, but will the weather cooperate?
Dr Pietro Bartolo has assisted the more than 250,000 migrants who have arrived on the the southern Italian island of Lampedusa over the past 25 years. He talks to The Local about his harrowing, but rewarding, work.
Her reaction was priceless, but Maria Bernacchi still has two wishes she hopes to fulfill...
Look up! We could be in for a delight (if the weather cooperates).
Spain's upstart Ciudadanos party has demanded electoral reform and anti-corruption measures in return for helping acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy form a new government after months of political limbo.
The young holidaymaker was reportedly sexually assaulted as she slept in her tent on a campsite in the south of France.
The mother cow attacked a hiker on Saturday.
Let's just hope the skies stay clear.
Part of the mountain Mannen in Romsdalen has moved as much as 10 centimetres per day due to heavy rainfall, leading to a ‘red alert’ and evacuations as officials predict an impending landslide.
One of Austria’s most popular tourism destinations has added another attraction to its belt with the addition of summer yodelling workshops.
Today on his 56th birthday the Malaga-born actor launches his new fashion label.
The mysterious tale of Moon Unit the moggy.
Download these free apps to make your Swiss trip go swimmingly.
Praise for Austria’s controversial tough stance against Turkey has come from Germany via the former Minister President of Bavaria Edmund Stoiber.
Spanish police they have broken up a child pornography ring, arresting seven people suspected of exploiting at least 80 minors over a 15-year period.
This comes after 11,988 roles within the country’s banks, which between them are saddled with over €350 billion in non-performing loans, were cut over the last three years.
Disneyland Paris has not been spared by the fall in tourism in France.
She fled for her life after getting death threats in Syria. Now journalist Rowa Alkhatib has landed a plum job as a talk-show host with Sweden’s national radio broadcaster. She tells The Local Voices how she’s now helping quench Arabic speakers’ thirst for knowledge about their new home.
The gaming giant has stopped Pokemon fans from battling one another at the historic French site.
The moral of the story is: don't cross a Swedish chimney sweep.
Former Fifa president is appealing against his ban from football.
Eurostar rail managers want a better work-life balance.
Even if the child does not become ill, parents could be imprisoned for up to two years.
German special forces have arrested a Syrian suspected of being a member of the Isis group, local authorities said Tuesday.
"I'm a bit of a dirty player," says Denmark's Ediegerson Gomes, who hopes to help his club derail Brazil's Olympic aspirations.
As many as 64 vehicles have been set alight in Malmö between June 1st and August 9th, with the figure higher than normal according to rescue services.
Feeling anxious about your first ever crayfish party? Fortunately, The Local can help you survive the bizarre fixture in the Swedish summer calendar.