Former Mr. Germany winner and founder of a group that denies the existence of Germany refused to be evicted, provoking a shootout - and bite-out - with police.
With 64 percent of the French against burqinis at the beach, what do the Parisians think?
Green and Die Linke (Left Party) politicians are asking that NSA surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden be allowed into Germany for an ongoing investigation.
Human Rights Watch on Thursday urged Chancellor Angela Merkel to bring up major rights violations, including a "policy of disappearances", when Germany hosts the president of Turkmenistan next week.
The writer behind Swedish-Danish crime drama hit The Bridge has revealed one interesting detail we're going to find out more about in the series' fourth and final season.
The Danish government is willing to assist Italy in the rescue and reconstruction process as the country attempts to recover from Wednesday's deadly earthquake.
His singed eyebrows were a dead giveaway.
German Films has chosen Toni Erdmann, a beefy comedy about a father's struggle to save his daughter from her isolating career, as its 2017 Oscars choice.
If you fancy a rare chance to swim along the Paris canal system, here comes your chance.
Italian prosecutors have opened an investigation into building collapses in the Lazio towns of Accumoli and Amatrice following Wednesday’s earthquake.
US Vice President Joe Biden praised Sweden for "punching way above its weight" in the global refugee crisis.
Lund has more NFGL scholars than any other university in the country. To learn more about Sweden’s “most international university”, SI News speaks with Lund University Deputy Vice Chancellor Eva Wiberg about her job, her blog, and what defines the university.
Two Scandinavian banks have revealed plans to team up in the Baltics.
The earthquake on Wednesday, which claimed the lives of at least 247 people, has had a devastating impact on four Italian towns.
Bad weather has pushed wine production in France down ten percent this year.
Spain's economic growth continued in the second quarter even as the country remains mired in political limbo after two inconclusive general elections.
The driver involved says he deals with similar incidents "every night".
Bullfighting fiestas reached a new low with the torture of a young calf.
"An event like yesterday’s in Japan or California would never have caused the same amount of carnage."
Nepalese sherpas have been called in to improve hillwalking safety on Sweden's highest mountain Kebnekaise.
"I have never felt so stupid and so conned."
Two Austrian nuns have been recommended for a Nobel Peace Prize for their decades of work supporting people living with leprosy in South Korea.
Italian restaurants around the world have been asked to make €2 donations for every plate of Amatriciana pasta served towards Amatrice, one of the towns devastated by Wednesday’s earthquake.
The canton of Valais is particularly at risk.
Germany's military is preparing to pull out from a Turkish airbase as a row between the two NATO partners escalates, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Thursday.
A German man has been arrested on Indonesia's Bali island for allegedly making crystal methamphetamine in a secret lab, officials said Thursday, with authorities seizing bags of powders and bottles used to produce the drug.
When a young woman went for a swim in an idyllic south Bavarian region, she got more than she bargained for.
The Hollywood actor will be given the Donastia lifetime achievement at the 64th San Sebastián Film Festival.
The buck attacked four people in the same area over the course of 48 hours.
Swedish authorities are ready, if asked, to quickly assist Italy as it recovers from a deadly earthquake.
A Palestinian who was hired to work as an intern on a refugee project was fired by a town hall this week because she wouldn't take off her headscarf.
Almost two thirds of French people said they're against the controversial swimwear.
She said playing the game helps her "listen better".
A parade of classic cars will once again take to the streets this weekend in Vienna as part of the city’s annual Classic Days event.
"The situation is very worrying," says Professor Jonas Linderoth.
A few things you need to know about interning in France.
A man accidentally drove his car down a flight of steps after his passenger directed him the wrong way.
The man had talked about plans to attack a busy district in central Lyon.
Orange alerts - the second highest level - were issued to 43 départements as France's heatwave shows no signs of stopping.
The deadly earthquake that struck central Italy before dawn on Wednesday occurred in a notorious seismic hotspot, and dangerous aftershocks are possible, scientists said.
Police spat, bitten, and kicked at by a tourist in Salzburg.
France's highest administrative court will on Thursday examine a request to scrap a ban on the Islamic burqini swimsuit.
They sweat together, they sleep together: Norway has introduced compulsory military service for women, even bunking them in mixed dorms with their brothers-in-arms.
Spain is home to some of the finest museums in the world, but it also boasts some of the most bizarre.
Former Fifa boss Sepp Blatter is back in court on Thursday as he seeks to overturn a six-year ban from football.
Amager resident arrested after more than 20 cars were torched over the weekend.
The duo will play doubles together in a new competition pitting Europe against the rest of the world in a tennis team event.
The US team will be Hope-less for six months.
The summer is almost over but Sweden saved the best for last with these cultural events this weekend – including one that will make The Bridge fans happy.
UPDATED: The death toll from a powerful earthquake in central Italy was revised downwards to 241 on Thursday but officials cautioned it could rise again as rescuers continued a grim search for corpses, as powerful aftershocks rocked the devastated area.
Ban Ki-moon wants to find out.