Here's a look at the best outings France is offering this October.
Transport chiefs in Paris are determined to fight back against fare dodgers and those who are uncivil on trains and the Metro. From Monday fines have risen by up to 20 percent.
Toulouse has out-performed the entire country when it comes to economic growth and plenty of Parisians want to live there it seems.
One of literature's unresolved mysteries appears to have been cracked with the unmasking of the true identity of Italian publishing sensation Elena Ferrante.
UPDATED: 6,055 people were rescued off Libya on Monday, three years to the day after 366 people died in the sinking that first alerted the world to the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
The Northern Lights were out in full force in Sweden over the weekend. Check out some of the best Instagram photos here.
France should stop contributing to the Britain's EU rebate, French opposition politicians say.
October 3rd 2016 marks three years since a shipwreck off the Italian island of Lampedusa killed 368 migrants, a tragedy seen by many as a key moment in Europe's migrant crisis.
The chancellor was jeered and whistled as she arrived in Dresden for Reunification Day celebrations.
Autumn has arrived and with it a whole host of interesting events across Spain.
The likes of Kim Kardashian opt for exclusive and secluded "hotels particuliers" or private mansions when they come to Paris rather than Airbnb or a traditional hotel. And you can see why.
Two initiatives purporting to be raising funds for the towns affected by August's earthquake were actually scammers cashing in on the tragedy, Italy's finance police said on Sunday.
Colombian people's shock rejection of a peace deal between Bogota and the communist FARC rebels has all but annihilated the former enemies' chances of securing a Nobel peace award, experts said on Monday.
Incredible aerial shots show the riot of colour on display at the Human Tower competition in Tarragona.
It marks the fifth drowning in the area in the past month.
A professional cyclist drafted in late for last weekend's Tour of Lombardy won't forget his maiden WorldTour event, after getting caught up in traffic and missing the start.
A member of the controversy-hit panel behind the Nobel Prize in Medicine has told The Local he hopes the award will bring positive attention to the body in the wake of the Macchiarini scandal.
The Norwegian foreign minister, a key player in the Colombian peace process, said on Monday that's he's "disappointed" that voters rejected a peace accord.
Austrian special forces police were called to an apartment building in Vienna on Sunday after a 22-year-old man repeatedly shouted that he had a bomb.
A very dry summer and poor fruit harvest has left Spain’s population of wild brown bears suffering from malnutrition.
Police in Neuchâtel are reporting a worrying rise in use of crystal meth.
Arsonists turn Paris parking bay into moped graveyard.
When Georgian journalist Sofia Tetradze started digging into Isis-affiliated extremist movements in her country, she found herself in danger. Sweden became her escape route.
Police in Vienna are searching for a man who deliberately ran over a young woman with his car on Sunday morning after an argument outside a disco in the Favoriten district.
While the higher temperatures brought on by climate change generally have a negative impact on food production for the rest of the world, Norway is experiencing the opposite.
When celeb Kim Kardashian is the victim of a terrifying armed robbery, the image of Paris will naturally take a hit. But is there a greater issue around security?
Two refugee children at a school in Sardinia were asked to use different toilets from the other children, after parents voiced fears that the boys might have contagious illnesses.
The second batch of Sweden's new currency is going into circulation today. Here's how to get your hands on the new money.
The winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was revealed on Monday. The Local reported live from Stockholm.
UPDATED: 46-year-old man stabbed "several" times at Center Sandholm.
One hundred astronauts and cosmonauts are in Vienna this week to take part in the XXIX Space Explorers´ Planetary Congress from 3rd-7th October.
A convicted rapist stands trial for murder of his therapist three years ago in Geneva.
Asylum seekers who enter the European Union through Greece should be sent back there, Germany's interior minister has said.
Armed robbers posing as police stole jewellery worth "€10 million" from US TV star Kim Kardashian at her plush Paris residence in the middle of the night on Sunday.
"I don't know whether to laugh or cry" Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel says.
A total of 55 Islamic extremists have been expelled in 2016.
Slain catholic priest Jacques Hamel is set for a speedy trip towards sainthood, Vatican sources say.
The drama within Spain's opposition Socialist Party which saw the resignation of Pedro Sanchez as leader could now finally unblock months of political paralysis, analysts predict.
Austria's foreign minister says the EU should drop its "unrealistic" proposal to share out refugees across the bloc.
If last month seemed a lot nicer than normal, it was!
Syrian asylum seekers from Greece are to be admitted to Switzerland.
Two things in life are certain, death and taxes. Though usually not at the same time.
Only one in four of Sweden's state-subsidized entry level jobs went to newly-arrived women last year.
Three shootings in the greater Copenhagen area in under 24 hours on Sunday have police investigating whether the incidents could be related.
Pope Francis said teaching gender theory was part of a "global war" on traditional values, but added that homosexual and transsexual people should be accepted.
At the helm of the Spanish Socialist party for more than two years, Pedro Sanchez - or "Mr Handsome" as he is known - fell for repeatedly saying "no" to the conservatives.
A study carried out by Sveriges Radio suggests it is easier for white people to hire out rooms in Sweden through the service than it is for black people.
Henrik Stenson compared his first shot of the Ryder Cup on Sunday to something you would find in a sewer – and it almost made its way into one.
Meet the two Dutchmen who strayed from their beaten path to launch a new watch brand in Sweden.