A young Muslim woman told she could not attend classes in Valencia unless she removed her headscarf will now be able to take her courses after a decision by the local Education Ministry.
You can now put your questions to a random but very real French person over the phone.
Human remains found in a well on an abandoned farm in Sweden have been identified as belonging to a man police suspect was murdered.
Austria, which has been without a president since July, will have to wait until 2017 for its next head of state to take office.
When three drunk and armed men went on a hold-up spree in northwestern Germany their demands became ever more absurd.
A 45-year-old Moroccan asylum seeker has been arrested for attempted murder in Vienna after stabbing a 27-year-old Syrian man who he claims drugged and raped him.
Talking Tinder, terror, and travel (to Belgium of all places) with random French people on the new "French Number".
Two teens who claimed to have been behind the hoax terror alert in Paris on Saturday that caused panic in the centre of the city have boasted about what they did, saying “we did it for the thrill”.
A strong showing in Berlin state elections looks like propelling the AfD into positions of power.
The Catalan capital ordered the shutdown of 615 illegally operating tourist flats in just two months and has issued fines of €30,000 to nine different online platforms, including Tripadvisor.
Norway has denied paying a ransom but analysts say there is no way Abu Sayyaf released Kjartan Sekkingstad "out of the goodness of their hearts".
The captain had to step in after a snake slithered on board a Scandinavian Airlines plane.
A young Muslim woman who lost three members of her family in the Nice truck attack on Bastille Day has made an emotional plea to tackle hatred.
Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged Monday that there would be no repeat of last year's "chaotic" border opening to refugees, after a stinging loss for her party in Berlin elections.
Nearly 500 outstanding students from all around the world gathered in Stockholm this weekend for the SI NFGL Kickoff event.
Two people were injured on Monday when a man entered the district town hall in the Berlin neighbourhood of Neukölln and attacked them with a hunting knife, local media report.
How to create a real "French Islam". One think tank has come up with a series of suggestions.
The trial begins in Bonn this week of a Syrian man who threw his three children from a first-floor window, allegedly because he disliked his wife’s desire to enjoy the same freedoms as German women.
The country's only openly gay football referee, who has become an outspoken advocate for LGBT rights, is now under police protection due to increasing threats on his life.
Two Danish F-16s were part of a US-led coalition attack that Russia says killed dozens of Syrian military forces, the Danish military has confirmed.
The couple's entrance by helicopter may have been spectacular, but was it legal?
Update: An architect and master builder who created a new flag to represent Austria's "banana Republic" status has been ordered to take the flags down by the police.
A 17-year-old boy was locked up and falsely accused of rape after officers mistook him for the real suspect.
France's motorways are in desperate need of a face lift but it's the motorists who will be paying for it.
After scoring yet another impressive result in state elections in Berlin on Sunday, the far-right Alternative for Germany’s (AfD) deputy leader claimed they are heading for third place in national elections next year.
That must have been awkward.
The doctors’ strike that has been underway since September 7th was stepped up on Friday and will extend even further this week if no agreement is reached.
The Swedes will get to pick their new stamps. Which ones get your vote?
Several towns have already surpassed the old record for 'summer days' in September.
On the first weekend of Oktoberfest only half a million people turned up for the booze-athon. But there was a more banal reason than security fears to blame.
Children living near the Ilva steel plant are 30 percent more likely to suffer from cancer than their peers, a new report shows.
The Green party has won the re-run of the district election in Vienna’s 2nd district, Leopoldstadt.
France has been dethroned as the world's most popular skiing destination, with new figures putting the US on top.
Police in Kiel have arrested a 38-year-old man suspected of placing poisoned marzipan in a schoolyard as part of an attempt to extort a supermarket chain.
UPDATE: The couple and their two young sons found hacked to pieces in a house outside Madrid were Brazilian, police said on Monday, in what could be the work of hitmen.
The tourist was trying to get a good picture, police said.
A tribute in Paris was held on Monday morning in honour of France's terror victims.
Copenhagen’s first car-free day since the 1970s brought hordes of runners and merrymakers to the city’s streets.
Mummified in the ice more than 5,000 years ago, "Ötzi" is still providing invaluable scientific insights.
Officials are investigating the cause of an explosion in a seaside resort on Sunday that killed one woman and injured 17 others.
Germany has presented a wave of recent trials of elderly former Auschwitz personnel as an 11th-hour bid for long-delayed justice, but the latest proceedings have provoked a strong backlash.
A report in newspaper Dagens Nyheter claims that information about an increased threat from Russia contributed to Sweden stationing permanent troops on Gotland ahead of schedule.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party suffered a historic loss in Berlin state elections Sunday while the right-wing populist AfD gained fresh support, riding a wave of popular anger over her open-door refugee policy.
"When you see that clip, you can’t help but to smile.”
"The time of the nation state has come again," says Marine Le Pen, clearly buoyed by Brexit.
Not enticed by the poison exterminators use, the particular pests are a growing force in the Swedish capital.
The Swedes got off to a good start in their opening match of the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
Why a Malmö-based German and Brit believe English-language theatre could help connect Swedes and foreigners.