Doctors have recorded the first ever proven case in Spain of a person being drugged with a powerful substance dubbed "devil's breath" that turns victims into "zombies" devoid of free will and memory.
Sweden's former national coordinator against violent extremism is suspected of misrepresenting her bodyguard's salary to help him secure a mortgage.
But only after a rigorous clean-up operation, she admits.
The second reiteration of the government baby-making campaign hasn't gone down any better than the first...
Berliners have reacted with disbelief after the mayor's head spokeswoman was placed on a temporary retirement plan of €6,385 per month - and at the ripe old age of 37.
A woman gave birth at a Swedish hospital after she had an abortion but turned out to still be pregnant months later.
What to do when your German in-laws serve you a plate of dark and slimy Grünkohl?
France's annual grape harvest has begun! Here's what you need to know the long-standing tradition.
Zara-owner Inditex posted a rise in first-half profits on Wednesday thanks to a well-honed business model allowing the Spanish group to beat rivals in whisking new trends to the shop racks.
A 16-year-old Syrian refugee has been arrested in Germany on suspicion of having ties to the Isis jihadist group, officials said Wednesday, describing him as a "serious threat".
He has infamously referred to refugees as "cattle" and "scum", but now Pegida leader Lutz Bachmann might feel some sympathy, after "persecution" has forced him to flee to the Spanish colonial remnant of Tenerife off the coast of West Africa.
The driving force behind 25-year-old Vitali Poluzhnikov's work is simple: “I am a newcomer myself, so I'm trying to help other newcomers," he says.
Growing xenophobia and right-wing extremism could threaten peace in eastern Germany, the government warned Wednesday, voicing fears over the impact of a series of attacks against refugees in the region.
The world's largest Viking dragon ship in modern times is moored in New York this week.
Austria's parliament has approved December 4th as the new date for the presidential election re-run in a scandal-ridden race.
Almost two in five Italian schoolkids are 'habitual' smokers, a new survey shows.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg has posted a video to Facebook showing her performing some rather unusual work in the name of green energy.
A football fan jilted by an ex-lover is thought to have started a fight between football supporters and a group of asylum seekers earlier this month in Linz.
The AfD party admitted this week that one of their newest elected politicians was once part of an extremist group. And his Facebook posts reveal more about his troubling thoughts on the Nazis.
Spain's struggling Banco Popular plans to axe up to 3,000 jobs, about a fifth of its workforce, in the latest round of cost cutting by a Spanish lender.
At least six German citizens suspected of supporting a failed coup attempt in July have been banned from leaving Turkey by the government in Ankara, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reports.
A higher minimum deductible could help reduce the cost of premiums, feel some politicians.
A heartwarming gesture.
Here are the most popular countryside options in France for a holiday, according to Airbnb.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found burning on the roadside in rural Sweden.
The head of Austria's popular far-right Freedom Party, long subject to allegations he takes illegal drugs, has published results of tests that he said show he is clean.
We may all believe that we are complex individuals but Spanish researchers have worked out that most people fit into one of four personality types.
A badger that attacked a cat on Stockholm's hipster island Södermalm is now due to be captured and killed.
A sports centre in Granada has come under fire after it emerged that three women were banned from using the swimming pool because they were wearing burkinis.
Perhaps you have a “collective agreement” at work. Maybe you’re a member of a union. But have you joined an a-kassa?
A global survey of expats has concluded what many foreigners in France probably already knew: "their quality of life has improved". We want to know how exactly.
A Randers museum will have to fork over 500,000 kroner ($75,000, €67,000) to the estate of American icon Elvis Presley.
Rome's mayor made the official announcement on Wednesday afternoon.
How Swedes are trying to make sure Gävle's iconic Christmas goat survives its 50th anniversary without getting torched.
Two thirds of the over 50s in German-speaking Switzerland have considered resorting to euthanasia to end their lives when the time comes, according to a survey.
Riding a motorbike or scooter in France? Wear gloves or risk penalties.
Americans looking to fly to Norway on Norwegian or take a cruise on Hurtigruten are being charged much higher prices than customers in Norway.
The family of a Muslim woman who was attacked in Vienna by an unknown assailant suspect the assault was motivated by Islamophobia.
Fare evaders cost the Paris transport network a "scandalous" €1 million a day.
It's likely that one of these eight people, or at least one of two of them, will be the next president of France.
Under the proposed law, cyber bullies would face up to six years in prison. But critics argue it's a victory for censorship.
US President Barack Obama made a special thank you to Chancellor Angela Merkel and Germany on Tuesday at the United Nations, praising her for doing "the right thing".
The Danish man who was cleared of sexual abuse charges reached a compensation agreement on Tuesday that was far below the $7 million he had sought from the State of New York.
Where does Italy get its name from? Why do we call our bosses 'Lei'? Here's the weird history between five words all Italian speakers use on a regular basis.
A niece of Spanish Football Federation president Angel Maria Villar has been found dead in Mexico after she was abducted and held for ransom for several days.
A man arrested in August in a town near the Polish border on suspicion of planning a bomb attack on a street festival has been released.
Expats in Switzerland have the best earning prospects in the world but among the worst social lives, according to a new survey.
Austrian teenagers are prone to binge drinking - according to a European-wide study on alcohol and drug consumption among school children.
A new report has criticized Sweden for being the only Nordic country with no legislation against sexual discrimination in advertising.
But will it do what it's intended to do?
After a lacklustre recovery from the 2008 financial crisis, Denmark's central bank has warned that the labour market faces a squeeze as unemployment falls, the population ages and young people shun vocational jobs.
Some of France's top chefs on Tuesday denounced the $66-billion takeover of controversial seed firm Monsanto by chemicals giant Bayer as a "danger for our dinner plates".
Sweden's quality of life for children, childcare and children's health in the country all stood out in a survey in 45 different host nations.
10,000 police officers in Sweden will be given additional training and practice on how to deal with terror attacks starting from this autumn.
...and you didn't even realize it.