One lawmaker vows to "ask some of the questions that the Australian government is preventing journalists from asking."
Berliners are still scratching their heads over how a bicycle ended up dangling from the capital’s iconic statue.
Is the burqini ban legal? France will soon find out.
It's one thing to miss a train - it's another when the train misses you.
Malmö police have arrested a man after they caught him setting a vehicle alight in the Rosengård district as the city's spate of summer car fires continued.
Police posed as hotel staff to capture a fugitive who had been on the run since March, and was one of the most-wanted members of the Italian mafia.
Swedish researchers have investigated whether or not contraceptives affect women's sex lives.
The German capital's long-delayed international airport has been haunted by claims of corruption and incompetency.
Town officials have come to a dead end.
A German trade union for teachers has warned of the consequences of banning certain religious attire in schools after a teen this week was told she could not wear a face veil to school.
Bayern Munich have tightened security measures at their stadium, banning spectators from carrying big bags and bottles, ahead of Friday's home match - the first of the new German league season.
Danish People’s Party MP Marie Krarup is under fire for saying that the EU is “without a doubt” a bigger threat to Denmark than Russia.
Headscarves should not be included under the recent burqini ban, but one woman says she was fined and insulted for wearing the hijab.
Robots will be seen on the streets of the Swiss capital next month.
The Local speaks to two crime experts about why an eight-year-old boy became the latest victim of gang-related conflicts in Gothenburg.
They're young, on holiday, drunk and sometimes high, and they decide to jump from their hotel or apartment balcony into the pool. But some miss and end up in hospital... or worse, dead.
A Sudanese man has died in Calais after a fight with other refugees.
One of Germany's largest drug stores has started selling pepper spray due to "increased requests" from customers.
The refugee was exhausted from the effort of holding onto the truck by the time he was found.
The Leipzig branch of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has come under fire for seemingly using Nazi symbols on a campaign car.
Temperatures could reach as high as 30C by week’s end in what is likely summer’s final hurrah.
Authorities have arrested seven people this month with links to terrorist networks, three of whom were planning attacks.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke about the Swedish telecom giant at a campaign rally in Ohio.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Tuesday on the EU and North African countries to do deals modelled on a controversial agreement with Turkey to stem migrant flows to Europe.
There is still time to work on your tan, enjoy refreshing gazpacho, or head for the pool.
Positive signals in Finance Norway’s quarterly expectations survey are being interpreted as yet another sign that the Norwegian economy is over the hump.
German car giant Volkswagen said on Tuesday it has reached a deal with suppliers to begin deliveries again after a stoppage that forced the group to halt production at several plants.
Name choices have varied little over the past few years.
A new survey shows the French have some of the most negative views towards immigration worldwide.
Italians who turn 18 this year get €500 for 'cultural items' - starting today.
An Austrian who police say carved swastikas on to his own body as part of a bizarre neighbourly dispute has pleaded not guilty in court this week.
Those who have lived in Germany for many years should actively show a "high level of loyalty", the Chancellor said.
No indication that the two car fires in the Norwegian capital are connected to a series of suspected arson attacks in Sweden and Denmark.
"One or two fools do not represents everyone," the city's councillor for tourism told The Local.
In its new concept paper on civil defence, the federal government discusses the concept of conscription, five years after it was abolished.
The suzukii fruit fly has destroyed up to 20 percent of this year’s luizet apricots.
UPDATED: Summer is back, and Paris is among the areas hit the hardest.
A police officer’s gun accidentally fired in the cabin of a Vueling passenger jet on the runway at Ibiza causing alarm among passengers.
For the third night in a row, Copenhagen Police reported that vehicles in the city had been torched by unknown arsonists.
Drunk driver damages ten cars and injures bystander on one street in Vienna.
The eight-year-old killed when a grenade was thrown into the window of an apartment is reported to be a resident of Birmingham, England.
A Paris tourist chief has called it "an industrial catastrophe".
Austria has received a request from Rome authorities to help them deal with the Italian capital’s ongoing rubbish crisis by taking some of it off their hands.
Welcome to Sweden and congrats on joining the NFGL network of SI scholars! Now what? What about learning the language, finding a job, meeting Swedes, surviving the winter, and even dating? We've got all the answers.
Rome asks Austria for help dealing with an ongoing rubbish crisis.
Tired of Scandinavian black and white design? Houzz.se's Amanda Strömberg guides you to some inspiring colourful homes in Sweden – because they do exist.
Along with traditional aircraft, drones, paragliders and even model airplanes will be banned from the skies while the US Vice President is in Sweden.
A tribunal has upheld a burqini ban in a Riviera resort, describing it as "necessary, appropriate and proportionate".
ChemChina's takeover of Syngenta would be by far the biggest-ever overseas acquisition by a Chinese firm.
"I am doing everything in my power to support him with this."
"We have received strong international criticism over a number of years," Interior Minister Anders Ygeman commented on the much-criticised current system.
The number of tourists from Saudi Arabia visiting Italy in June and July increased by a whopping 63 percent on the same period in 2015, according to new figures.
Learning the local language and finding a job is not enough to become fully integrated in a society, argues Abdulalim Alkatea, a Syrian architect living in Sweden.