Perhaps more than you'd think in one of the world's least religious countries.
A tourist from Taiwan who got lost on Austria’s Dachstein mountain was rescued after sending a friend in Hong Kong images via WhatsApp.
Rome will stage four matches during the Euro 2020 championships
As France struggles to deal with the potential threat posed by thousands of radicalized individuals, one French mayor in Normandy has decided it’s time to throw them all out of town.
Two of the four Hong Kong tourists wounded in an axe attack on a German train will be discharged from hospital in coming days, the university clinic treating them said Thursday.
US film director Oliver Stone on Thursday accused President Barack Obama's administration of implementing a surveillance system worse than that of the feared Stasi secret police in East Germany.
Swedish police could be allowed to raid workplaces to track down people who have had their asylum request rejected.
New figures show that the US had around 100 times as many fatal police shootings last year compared to Germany.
Gerard Depardieu is bashing France for its "stinky cheese", but we couldn't give a whiff.
Beer and Bollinger, vagabonds and visionaries, hippies and hipsters: opposites meet head-on in Berlin’s RAW party-mile.
On the eve of its inauguration, The Local takes a peek inside the Royal Savoy in Lausanne.
Expats in Germany are more secure in their jobs than in any other country in the world, but struggle to make friends. And that's not the worst of it, a new survey commissioned by global bank HSBC shows.
Traffic was brought to a standstill with lengthly traffic jams reported across cities in Spain as an initiative to boost awareness of rising air pollution backfired.
Volunteers in the Jungle Calais are understood to have been sexually exploiting migrants in the camp, it was claimed on Thursday.
German populist party AfD was caught in a new storm Thursday after it emerged that a recently elected Berlin deputy had called refugees "disgusting worms" while another key member reportedly sold Nazi paraphernalia.
A new political party that promises a stricter immigration policy than the Danish People’s Party combined with a libertarian economic outlook will be on the ballot the next time Denmark holds an election.
The man spent nine hours being crushed by his overweight seat companion.
Turns out diamonds aren't forever.
The French agitator in chief has had another pop at his home country.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has launched his new plan to give unions more influence in global companies.
A teaching assistant in Helsingborg was told she must shake hands with male colleagues to continue working at her school.
A new report shows that more than half a million people who had their asylum applications rejected are still living in Germany, three-quarters of whom have been in the country for more than six years.
Nothing to do with me says French actress.
Historians, politicians and newspaper editors explain to Nicolix Sarkozix who the real ancestors of the French are.
A 59-year-old man from Upper Austria has received a 15-month conditional prison sentence after he phoned hundreds of young female teachers and sexually harassed them.
Houzz.se's Matilda Alehke Gunnarsson visits this turn-of-the-century home and bakery in southern Swedish region Halland.
The Danish oil and shipping conglomerate will split into separate businesses for transport and energy as it faces headwinds in both sectors.
An Austrian comedian, Roland Düringer, has founded a new political party and says he plans to introduce it in time for Austria’s next parliamentary election.
Is the Brexit camp taking note?
Officials in Oslo offered a young woman a job, but only if she would remove her headscarf.
Spain has been without an elected government for nine months now and the political uncertainty is taking its toll. Even impacting the nation’s hunger for takeaway pizza.
125 years ago on Thursday a boy was born in Hamburg whose tales of partying on the Reeperbahn brought the city to the world's attention.
French workers say they're seeing more signs of colleagues displaying religion at work, and with it comes more conflict.
The artist has covered a historical Florence building in lifeboats to evoke the thousands of refugees who flee to Italy each year.
A Pirate party politician in Berlin found dead on Monday is believed to have stalked and killed another man before committing suicide - and reportedly wrote about it to a party mate.
The Right Livelihood Foundation has announced this year's winners of its so-called 'alternative Nobel Prize'.
The Slow Food movement began in Italy and today has 100,000 members worldwide.
He could face a four-year prison sentence.
The son of the Turkish diplomat had been accused of money laundering.
The latest war of words over Gibraltar trades accusations of being stuck in the past.
A decade on from the accident, the test track lies deserted, and locals are unsure how to commemorate the event.
Two teenage boys have been charged for their involvement in a terror scare that saw central Paris in lockdown over the weekend.
The man will be kicked out of the country if he commits any additional crimes.
French police arrest Belgian police. Cue diplomatic incident.
Volkswagen investors have filed 1,400 lawsuits seeking 8.2 billion euros in damages over the emissions cheating scandal, a German court said Wednesday, adding to the embattled car giant's legal woes.
Is parliament's proposal a necessary solution or the “death of direct democracy”?
"When you notice that you didn't get what you paid for you feel cheated."
UPDATED: The building on the central Stockholm island Skeppsholmen burned from Wednesday afternoon to Thursday.
The man argues he was mistakenly arrested.
Both the ex-president Jacques Chirac and his wife are in now hospital.
Top seeded US Open champion Stan Wawrinka cruised comfortably into the last eight at the Saint Petersburg Open.
The closure of the telecoms giant's last remaining manufacturing plants in the country would mean the loss of 3,000 jobs.
Despite a 'No' from the city's mayor, the Italian Olympic Committee chief has vowed to fight on.
Music fans, bookworms, design fanatics and even food-lovers are all well catered for in Sweden this weekend.