US expats gathered at the Berlin's iconic Brandenburg Gate on Friday "rebuild" the Berlin Wall and protest US presidential candidate Donald Trump's own proposed wall-building.
Spain's nine-month political paralysis is taking its toll on parties, and none more so than the Socialists who are facing a crisis, with talk of an imminent "coup" against leader Pedro Sanchez.
Spain's parliament is being asked to consider a solution to one of nation's most enduring and embarrassing problems; what words to sing with the national anthem.
Saturday is European Heritage Day, and Italy is celebrating with €1 entry to many of its most famous sites.
A young politician from the ranks of Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has caused a storm by suggesting that the party is institutionally sexist.
No matter where they are in the world, Americans can vote absentee in the upcoming US elections. But how does it all work? We tracked down some answers.
Meet Edward Llewellyn, the UK's new ambassador to France.
Which stage of the assimilation process are you at?
Sweden's embassy in Budapest has sharply rebuked Hungary after an official leaflet claimed that Stockholm and other European cities had become "no-go areas".
Italy's government is campaigning to get Italians to have babies - but what are the reasons behind the slowing birthrate?
A police officer in Vienna is in a critical condition after being knocked down by a prisoner on day release who was riding a Yamaha motorbike at full speed.
EasyJet is in talks to acquire TUIfly, a board member of the German carrier said Friday, as the British no-frills airline looks for ways to keep flying freely within the EU after Britain quits the bloc.
Demands and laws to force immigrants to live, look, and think like the French are futile and damaging.
Fewer than 300 people sought asylum in August, according to new figures released by the Immigration Ministry.
A people smugglers' car, a dinghy and a life jacket are among items related to Europe's migration crisis due to go on display at a German museum.
When Matilda found out that the unaccompanied refugee children she worked with weren’t being accepted into the local football clubs, she saw only one option: learning to play football so she could coach them herself.
Could the results of the Basque elections have an impact on the national political deadlock?
French "rogue trader" Jerome Kerviel was ordered on Friday to pay €1 million to his former employer.
The city council will quintuple road tolls on days with high levels of air pollution.
The Green party has called for Brits living in Germany to be offered a painless path to obtaining dual citizenship as to "reassure them over the future".
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This shoebox apartment in the gentrified Bergmann-Kiez neighbourhood may be a sign that the tides are turning for Berlin’s comparatively cheap housing market.
Four people have been arrested in connection with riots in a Gothenburg suburb this week.
"The areas will be more beautiful than before," Italy's Prime Minister promised, one month on from the earthquake.
Nudists could soon be able to bare all in a Paris park, because it's getting too cramped in the official swimming pool for naturists.
Tayyab Shabab has a house, a job and pays tax in Sweden, but he has now been told he must leave within three weeks.
Kjartan Sekkingstad returned to Norway on Friday after a year of captivity in the Philippines.
Spanish parents have called for a “homework strike” to protest at the amount of extracurricular work they are expected to do with their children.
A Montenegrin went on trial in southern Germany Friday accused of helping to prepare a terror attack after he was found driving to Paris last November with Kalashnikovs and explosives hidden in his car.
An area of fertile soil the size of Berlin is lost across the EU each year.
UPDATED: Copenhagen Police on Friday installed surveillance cameras in the infamous stretch of Christiania, but they lasted only a few hours.
It looks like it's all over.
An Austrian family who visited Paris say they won’t be going back after security officials treated them “like terrorists” because their son carries an insulin pump.
Should the Islamic headscarf be banned in photographs for official Swiss documents?
Repeated aftershocks since the initial quake have made recovery difficult in the disaster-hit region.
The family of an Australian woman left fighting for her life after a bus accident in Spain are trying to raise money for her medical expenses.
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) was backed by 16 percent of respondents in a new poll, which was a new high for the upstart populist party.
US writer Lisa Ferland shares her top reasons why she thinks Sweden is wonderful for expecting mums.
Being an international student means leaving home: leaving friends, family and familiarity. But for one Malmö University student, his arrival in Sweden came with a sense of relief. Not just for himself, but for his family back in Turkey.
In the Saxon town of Bautzen, which has become a byword for racism and anti-migrant sentiment, two youths have attacked a 72-year-old man, shouting 'foreigners out'.
A former head of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) has been tapped to dry up the terror group's finances.
The pioneering self-driving bus was involved in a minor collision with a van.
Anti-system Le Pen wants to meet face to face with anti-system Donald Trump to boost her election chances in France.
One person has died and seven others are seriously injured after a horrific road accident on the Westautobahn (A1) in Lower Austria.
We guarantee you have never seen Versailles like this before.
It all started with a Tuscan Duke...
A mystery surrounding goings-on at a nature reserve in Spain deepened Thursday as a second European bison was found decapitated just days after staff discovered the headless body of the herd's dominant male.
A €1.5 million restoration has restored the steps to their former glory.
Germany's lower of house of parliament on Thursday ratified the Paris agreement on climate change, following in the footsteps of 60 other countries that have committed to the landmark agreement designed to stem the planet's rising temperatures.
The former UKIP leader will make a speech at an 'alternative Nobel Prize' ceremony organized by the Sweden Democrats in Stockholm this November.
What makes them 'Spanish'? And seven other facts about the Roman landmark.
Migros and Coop will introduce charges for single-use plastic bags this year.
Is it the job of a policeman to keep the noise down in a primary school dinner hall?
Merouane Benahmed has filed a claim for asylum in Switzerland.
UPDATED: Two men arrested after a bomb threat was made against a home for refugees in Boden, northern Sweden, have been allowed to leave custody.
The French government says it's dead in the water, but French company bosses want the EU-US trade talks to be rescued in order to secure an historic deal.
Former Gambian interior minister Ousman Sonko has fled to Sweden after he was removed from his position by the African country's president.
Fika: the best part of the day. Make this tiger cake and you'll keep everyone very happy.