Sweden's military has urged staff to stay alert as more and more incidents that could be linked to suspected espionage are emerging across the country, report Swedish media.
Several German political parties were the target of hacker attacks over the summer, with a foreign government suspected to be behind them, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reports.
Swedish prime minister Stefan Löfven has praised US president Barack Obama ahead of Tuesday's leaders' summit in New York on refugees.
A German court has prevented a man from attaining fatherhood over embryos stored in a Californian surrogacy clinic.
French primary school pupils would benefit from fewer holidays, says the author of an OECD report, but is France ready to chop its sacrosanct summer break?
A high school in southern Sweden went into total lockdown after an armed man was spotted in the area.
Will 16,000 extra prison beds solve the urgent problem of overcrowding in French prisons?
Germany is set to host the world's first zero-emission, hydrogen passenger train when it gets into gear next year.
A Danish company thinks it can essentially eliminate airport security queues with its scannable ‘intelligent trolley’.
The headless corpse of the alpha male of a herd of reintroduced European bison was found by park rangers on Friday and others show signs of poisoning.
Ahead of Wednesday's top-of-the-table Bundesliga clash at home to Hertha Berlin, Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti says he has found a true 'family' at the Bavarian giants.
The Pope is meeting world religious leaders in Assisi, Italy, to call for an end to war.
German airline Lufthansa and Air China said on Tuesday they had signed a deal to jointly operate all the groups' connections between Europe and China.
A German immigration official has been arrested and charged with espionage for an Indian secret service for allegedly spying on members of the Sikh religion, prosecutors said Tuesday.
An attempt to finally solve one of Spain’s most enduring mysteries is underway as archaoeologists try for a third time to locate the remains of the nation’s most celebrated modern poet and playwright.
Why did the chicken cross the road? It was chased by an inebriated Swede in the nude.
The pilot of a private plane has had a lucky escape in southern France after walking away from an emergency landing on a highway.
A new microcensus shows that more than one-fifth of all Germans have some sort of 'immigrant background' - a record high for the Bundesrepublik.
Eight more people have been arrested in connection with the Bastille Day attacks in Nice.
Spectators were stunned when the two animals, each weighing around half a tonne dropped to the ground dead after charging headfirst into each other ahead of a bullfight.
Angela Merkel has endured a torrid time of it of late, facing harsh criticism from her own allies over her refugee policy. But a mea culpa offered on Monday won the Chancellor praise.
The Swiss president, Johann Schneider-Ammann, met with EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Zurich on Monday.
UPDATED: These three high school students risk prison and a potentially hefty fine.
Police believe a Tromsø man used the internet to sexually exploit around 60 children and abused some of them in real life.
Paris is prepared to spend big to ensure it wins the right to host the 2024 Olympic Games.
A 46-year-old priest admitted in court to having sex with a girl who was just 12 years old at the time but denied abusing a boy of the same age.
The Federation of German Consumer Organizations (vzbv) has threatened legal action against WhatsApp for passing on user information such as telephone numbers to Facebook, which new user terms permit it to do.
UPDATE: Police are investigating whether a Berlin politician killed another man and then himself after the Pirate party lawmaker was found dead.
The Swedish government's budget proposal for 2017, in a handy list.
Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz has invited a Yazidi woman who was forced to be a sex slave for the so-called Islamic State to be a “Goodwill Ambassador” for the OSCE.
Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson has presented the Swedish government's new budget proposal for 2017, which it predicts to be the last running on a deficit.
Ubaydullah Hussain, an Islamist who has had numerous run-ins with the law, is the first person in Norway to be officially charged with recruiting terrorists.
The Muslim schoolboys at the centre of a furore over handshaking earlier this year have had their appeal quashed.
Enes Lukac has always admired Sweden for the safety and acceptance it offers for transgender people. But, as Enes discovered through studies and internships here in Sweden, the system is far from perfect for LGBT asylum seekers. Enes tells SI News about transfeminist activism both in Serbia and Sweden, and hopes to make the world a better place.
A new earthquake has struck the area of central Italy devastated by a major quake last month.
Not even picking up a prestigious-sounding award can prevent the French president’s popularity ratings from plummeting.
A French hitchhiker who flew into a rage after spending four days unsuccessfully trying to thumb a ride out of a small New Zealand town pleaded guilty to criminal damage on Tuesday.
Could CCTV cameras stop animal cruelty in French slaughterhouses?
A rabid anti-immigration speech from a member of the Danish People’s Party (DF) will be investigated by police as a possible violation of Denmark’s racism law.
A mother is facing charges of neglect after leaving her toddler son alone in a parked car in Schaffhausen while she went to a nightclub.
The trial has begun of a man who drove his 4x4 into a crowd of pedestrians in the Austrian city of Graz last year - killing three people.
Police in the city apprehended four men suspected of causing vehicle blazes after a calmer night compared to the rapid burst of fires last weekend.
The two Italians work at Ghat airport near the Algerian border.
The French government has promised to dismantle it, but the number of migrants in the Calais Jungle just keeps growing.
An increased military threat is not behind Sweden's decision to station troops on a Baltic Sea island, Stefan Löfven says.
This Swedish blogger has a message for dads who aren't pulling their weight with the kids.