You may have noticed that a few things have changed around here.
You may have noticed that a few things have changed around here.
Olive oil purists, look away now.
A documentary film compiled of video contributions from thousands of Spaniards filmed on a single day last year provides a beautiful and poignant snapshot of Spain.
The creation of a new merged national police authority in Sweden has not gone well, according to the Swedish Police Union.
Spain's crisis-hit Socialists geared for a key meeting on Saturday that could decide the fate of embattled party leader Pedro Sanchez and help end the country's prolonged political deadlock.
A cleaner who was molested at a Paris luxury hotel by a Qatari guest has reportedly been awarded €57,000.
Frenchman Michel Barnier officially starts work as the European Commission's Brexit negotiator on Saturday in an appointment that British media called a "declaration of war".
On Thursday, German president Joachim Gauck spoke in Kiev 75 years after the Nazis slaughtered 33,771 Jews during one of the worst single massacres of the Holocaust.
Shares in Deutsche bank plunged on Friday morning, dragging down other European banks and markets worldwide. Here are six things to know about Germany's biggest lender.
Karoline Steckley moved to the northeastern city of Trieste 10 years ago, and says it makes a pleasant change from the more popular Florence and Milan. She speaks to The Local about embracing the local dialect and setting up business, as well as the Slovenian influence on the city.
Three students were hospitalized on Friday after the ceiling of their classroom collapsed.
The government is refusing to ratify an agreement that would allow Norwegian children to complain about rights violations directly to the UN.
The delay is due to 'arithmetic', an academician said.
Germany's main rail provider, the state-owned Deutsche Bahn (DB), announced on Friday that it will raise prices on long-distance train travel.
Morocco has agreed to streamline the procedures for the repatriation of citizens living illegally in Germany, the royal court said late on Thursday.
The giant things just can't contain themselves.
You’ve probably heard a lot about Swedish tech. Stockholm startups are taking over the world these days, it seems. Spotify, King, TrueCaller, and Klarna are just a few of hundreds of innitiatives. But did you know that even the modern era of mobile telephones has its roots in Swedish technology? This weekend is the 35th anniversary of a Swedish innovation which helped create phones as we know them today.
Previous reports had suggested that around 1.1 million people entered Germany to seek asylum last year. But now the German government has confirmed the number was actually lower.
A baby has been found alive, along with the skeleton of another infant inside of a suitcase in Hanover, police reported on Friday.
Meet France's angriest Apple customer.
As Dresden prepares to host Germany’s national Unity Day celebrations on Monday, the capital of the eastern state of Saxony is upping security after a mosque was targeted by a homemade bomb.
American computer giant Apple and Aarhus University will team up to turn agricultural waste into electricity.
More than 10 million tourists visited Spain in August, setting a new record for visitor numbers.
Will YOU be heading down to the Seine on Saturday?
A cat who went missing from her home in St Gallen more than a year ago has been found 600 kilometres away in Bonn, Germany.
The two masterpieces are worth millions of dollars.
A blind-drunk Romanian man caused a commotion in the departure hall at Graz airport on Wednesday afternoon, threatening to shoot himself with a police officer’s gun.
Shares in Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank plummeted on the Frankfurt stock market on Friday, dragging other European banks and global markets down with it, after reports some customers were pulling money out.
The ban is designed to curb violence at sporting events in Sweden, but it must also follow conventions on religious freedom.
Swiss farmers can continue to use the weedkiller glyphosate after the lower house of parliament decided on Friday not to ban it.
A report from the French senate has recommended that three planned high speed rail networks be scrapped.
Night owls and culture vultures can explore over 700 of Austria’s museums from 6pm to 1am on Saturday, courtesy of the ORF’s Long Night of Museums event.
Meet the amputee Frenchman who is surfing again he was attacked by a shark.
A 32-year-old man who was held for two months before being having all charges against him dropped has sued the Danish state for restitution.
Motorists in the Ile-de-France region will be hit by a tax rise in order to finance the city's trains and buses.
People in Switzerland travel by plane twice as much as their neighbours, a WWF spokesperson has said.
Update: US rapper Freddie Gibbs has been acquitted of sexually abusing a girl half his age in his hotel room after a concert in Vienna last year.
When a police patrol in Munich's Sendlinger Tor area noticed a crowd gathered outside a pharmacy window they went to investigate. But the onlookers weren't interested in a new line of flu medicine.
The mayor of the small northern town of Oersdorf, Schleswig-Holstein, was beaten up by an as yet unknown person, police reported on Friday, seemingly because of plans to provide a home for refugees.
Net surfers in Norway have the second fastest speeds in the world, according to a new report.
Well that wasn't supposed to happen...
It’s no secret that Stockholm is serious about sustainability. We took a look at how the city's emerging startups are tackling global challenges, making the world a better place.
Police in Vienna are investigating whether a 21-year-old man who tried to run over pedestrians with his car on Thursday morning had a terrorist motive.
Parliament rejects a bill which would have granted fathers some paternity leave.
French mums are getting older, but the overall birthrate has fallen.
A gang of thieves has been caught after they pinched an estimated €100,000 worth of prams.
Tragedy struck the western German town of Bochum on Friday morning when a huge fire broke out in a hospital in Bochum, killing at least two people.
Catalonia's regional president won a confidence vote to hold a Scottish-style referendum on independence next year.
A warm autumn may be good news for Swedes, but it was bad news for Sweden's biggest clothing brand.
Some 75 kilos were discovered in a rather unusual place.
The French are going to have to remain grumpy-looking, at least on their passport photos.
Spanish police have seized a record 100 tonnes of contraband tobacco worth €16 million ($18 million) and arrested 13 people suspected of selling it over the internet.
US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned what they called "barbarous" Russian and Syrian regime airstrikes on Aleppo during a phone call Thursday, the White House said.
New data from the World Health Organization highlights the widespread prevalence of ageist attitudes worldwide.
'Il Lombardia' is one of cycling's five 'monuments'.
Questions about Tesla’s self-driving cars are now being raised in Germany after an accident on Wednesday.
French fighter jets have reportedly taken off for an operation in Mosul, Iraq.
Commuters were advised to take it easy in traffic on Friday, after harsh winds toppled trees across roads and railways across Sweden.
The traditional Swedish masonry stove (kakelugn) is still a popular feature in many homes today. Houzz.se's Amanda Strömberg has found out more.
Do you own a Volvo? Read this.
Possibly the most Swedish food there is. Food writer John Duxbury shares his recipe with The Local's readers.