Danes were just two points away from claiming the gold in the women's badminton doubles final.
US rapper Freddie Gibbs, who is charged with the sexual abuse of a female fan in Austria, was released on bail from a Vienna prison on Thursday, court officials said.
A new documentary sheds light on what East German officials were hiding from their citizens after accidents: poor work safety, old infrastructure and lousy organization.
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The corruption-hit PP has agreed to implement a series of anti-graft measures in a bid to break the political stalemate.
More trouble for Das Auto.
It's been a mixed reaction...
A German father was arrested in southern Spain after he left his nine-month-old baby in the back of the car while he popped to the supermarket.
Berlin is far from the sole centre of power in German history. Towering cathedrals in unexpected places attest to the historical importance of much smaller towns and cities.
Why chase down a suspect with blaring sirens and flashing blue lights when you can pursue him with a rather more unusual vehicle?
Look, no hands!
The results are in, and there's good news for chocolate and cheese lovers.
Thinking of au pairing in France for your gap year? Read this first.
An Oslo school’s plan to provide classes in English has the national language society worried about the future of Norwegian.
Almost eighty years to the day of his execution by firing squad, a judge has ordered an investigation into the death of Federico Garcia Lorca.
Swedish police are investigating the cold case.
Forty-six percent of red and orange traffic lights are ignored across the country - but which city is worst?
Ratatouille: Here's how to make the delish dish from southern France.
And some believe that Sicily’s Valley of the Temples is in Egypt.
The EU Commission could be preparing legal action to force the government to finally address Copenhagen's air pollution.
The Danish wind turbine maker also announced a major share buy-back plan.
A gay rights association in Geneva has warned people to take care following two suspected homophobic attacks in a city park.
Barcelona City Hall has ruled out imposing a burqini ban on public beaches insisting that women must have the right to wear what they like in the sea.
An Italian bishop has threatened legal action against Pokemon Go, saying the "diabolical" game has turned its army of smartphone-wielding players into "walking dead", reports said on Thursday.
German weathermen predict a return of summer weather next week as hot Saharan air reaches Germany from southern Europe.
An Austrian politician provoked an angry reaction online after posting a photo of two nuns wearing habits and joking they were ‘oppressed women’ wearing burqas.
The Vevey-based company sees profits fall 9.1 percent.
Terror attacks meant that Paris joined the ranks of Detroit and Kiev as the world cities suffering the biggest declines in liveability, a new study has found.
Don't become a statistic. Be aware of these common pickpocketing ploys to keep your passports safe.
This young Berliner tells The Local how he's been working with an NGO to search for refugees on the Mediterranean - and will soon bring that quest to the skies.
The German army (Bundeswehr) has delivered a huge shipment of weapons to Kurdish Peshmerga fighters in Iraq after Germany broke off supplies earlier in the year.
A Swedish supermarket chain has apologized after a joke printed on one of its receipts was criticized by customers.
In life, bridges have to be crossed and luckily some of the most beautiful are in France.
Neuchâtel could become the first canton in Switzerland to allow foreigners to stand in cantonal elections.
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But it will probably be the final season.
Vienna has once again come second place in an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) poll of the most pleasant cities to live in.
It's the first time in four years that the rate has been below 10 percent.
Authorities are investigating whether a German man arrested over terror suspicions is connected to Isis, after they found multiple items at his home glorifying the terror group.
Police have arrested 363 people smugglers in the past year.
A 41-year-old Irishman shot four times outside a Mallorca supermarket on Wednesday evening may not actually have been the intended victim.
An 82-year-old hiker survived a whole night in the Austrian mountains after getting lost while out for a walk on Tuesday.
Despite huge demographic and political changes over the past six centuries, if your ancestors were among Florence's wealthiest class in 1427, you're likely to benefit from their wealth today.
Denmark’s status as a haven for home burglars may be on the wane.
UPDATED: A British woman was among three mountaineers who died while hiking the Alps of eastern France.
US rapper Freddie Gibbs formally charged with sexual abuse by Austrian prosecutors.
Chancellor Angela Merkel emphasized on Wednesday that the "phenomenon of terror" was not started in Germany by refugees.
French President Francois Hollande is set to meet EU leaders to discuss the EU's way forward after Britain's shock vote to quit the bloc.
Massimo Bottura's Modena restaurant was recently crowned the best in the world.
Cern has launched an investigation after a video was filmed at night on its Geneva campus depicting a mock ritual human sacrifice.
Wrestler Jenny Fransson made history on Wednesday night when she became the first ever Swedish woman to win an Olympic wrestling medal.
But an Iranian opposition group warns that a visit from Norway's foreign minister is being used for "propoganda purposes".
Matteo Renzi chose the small island off Naples as the meeting place for the talks because of the role Ventotene played in the EU's founding history.
The Swiss star reaches the third round of the Cincinnati Masters.
Looking for somewhere to spend your gap year? The Local explores the wealth of experiences Spain has to offer.
The battling Swedes have already dumped two of the world's best teams out of the tournament.
Unsure what to do this week in Sweden? Here are five top events with an international flair.
Police in Sweden’s third largest city have started using a drone to monitor activity in areas hit by a recent spate of car fires.