Pope Francis on Wednesday denounced killing in God's name as "satanic" as he held a mass in Rome to honour Jacques Hamel, the French priest whose throat was slit by jihadists in July.
Five bodies have been recovered and 650 people rescued from migrant boats in the Mediterranean on Wednesday.
The number is a 33 percent increase since March.
He lived through both world wars and even made it out alive from the Nazis' deadliest concentration camp. Now the world's oldest man is set to finally have his coming of age bar mitzvah.
Filmmaker Gemma Middleton felt so betrayed by the Brexit vote that she decided to make a documentary about it. Here she tells The Local why she took the result so personally.
The nurse also suggested a witch may have put a curse on a patient.
The city's popular rent-a-bike system isn't as cheap as it may appear.
France is preparing for one of the highlights of its cultural calendar, but like many events it has been hit by security fears.
A health insurance company has said that Germans are going to the doctor twice as much as they actually need to. But doctors disagree.
Beneath the sheen of startups and hipsters, Berlin is a troubled city. Are politicians to blame or does it still need more time to recover from the Cold War?
The baby's injuries were so severe that she will likely be in a nursing home for the rest of her life.
The high school student was arrested after an explosion at a school in central Gothenburg on Wednesday led to the building being evacuated.
Another impact of the terror attacks on the French economy.
German chemicals giant Bayer said on Wednesday it had signed a $66 billion (€58.8 billion) takeover deal with US seeds and pesticides firm Monsanto.
The reports of Dragon Gate's death are greatly exaggerated.
A Bronze Age clay pot discovered on an archaeological dig in Jutland turned out to have a very old secret.
Ever found yourself wondering what your Italian friends are going on about? You might need our guide to the oddest Italian sayings, translated.
Swiss luxury goods giant Richemont, which owns top global brands like Cartier, has warned that weak demand and restructuring costs would slash first-half profits despite a boost in UK sales from Brexit.
Spanish police moved in on a boat containing 15 tonnes of hashish and arrested a Dutchman and a Bulgarian woman.
It's the world's favourite Italian dish - except it doesn't actually exist. We need to talk about spaghetti bolognese.
The cause of the helicopter crash which killed Red Bull stunt pilot Hannes Arch last week is still a mystery - although there is some speculation that he hadn’t been authorised to make the night flight.
Franz Beckenbauer, who said he worked for free as chairman of Germany's World Cup organizing committee, actually drew a fee of more than €5 million, news website Spiegel Online reported on Wednesday.
Passengers were left stranded for several hours last night after the driver stopped the train mid-route because his shift had officially ended.
Want to party like it's 1599? Then look no further than an historic French chateau on Airbnb, says Oliver Gee.
The man went on a drunken rampage after the end of his long-term relationship.
Find out why picturesque tourist destination Gotland, with a population of just 57,000, forms such a central part of Sweden's military debate.
The Swiss Senate has rejected a motion that suggested health insurance premiums should not surpass ten percent of a household’s income.
Fans of Vienna’s Natural History Museum can now take a virtual tour of the museum - courtesy of Google Street View.
Lindex will do away with its plus-size range from September and instead make all of its standard lines available in larger sizes.
UPDATED: Two 15-year-old boys reportedly intending to carry out terror attacks have been arrested in Paris.
"The pressure cooker is about to explode" say beleaguered nurses in French hospitals.
And then she tracked down the couple who lost it.
A 18-year-old man has been sentenced to two years imprisonment by Vienna’s Criminal Court, for sharing Islamic State group (Isis) propaganda material and belonging to a terrorist organisation.
Sales of new homes have reached their highest point since 1988.
When Swedish comedian Kristoffer Appelquist heard that Mohammed Alfawakhiri was desperate to move out of his refugee camp, he opened up his home and let the Syrian move in — now the pair are close buddies, and the funnyman is increasingly well-fed.
Condoms stuck to the wall, damaged furniture and the remains of a brothel – not what you want to come home to after a holiday.
Participants competed in five events including a walking frame race.
Bavaria's interior minister criticized Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policies after police raided refugee homes on Tuesday and arrested three suspects linked to Isis.
A 18-year-old woman from Carinthia is suing her parents for posting photos of her on Facebook without her consent.
"New and robust evidence" of a rapidly warming Arctic.
Ready to take your order - but please make it in Bavarian.
Troubled youths in the process of being radicalized will soon have help from France in the form of a new centre. But locals aren't happy.
Fourth consecutive night of vehicle fires.
France will stump up another €10 million for its terror-hit tourism sector.
The train that derailed and killed four people in Spain last week was travelling at 118 kilometres per hour on a track that allowed just 30 km/h the black boxes reveal.
The US has enraged campaigners for a No vote in Italy’s upcoming referendum on constitutional reform after the American Ambassador waded in to the debate.
SBB is trying new tactics in order to prevent Bern station becoming a scrum at peak times.
UPDATED: A coach crashed in Barcelona on its way to the airport early on Wednesday morning, injuring at least 24 people.
Branded a hotbed of lawless left-wing extremists after street clashes in July left over 100 police injured, one of Berlin's last squats has become the symbol of a raging battle over gentrification.
A car exploded in Sweden's third-biggest city in the early hours of Wednesday.
Violent storms left their mark on western and south western France last night.
Effective immediately. Sweden's Supreme Commander has ordered 150 soldiers currently training on the island of Gotland to stay put.
From northern Denmark to the Stockholm archipelago, the Arctic to Estonia, there's a wealth of places to spend a weekend this autumn in Sweden or nearby.