Would this persuade you to take traditional cabs instead of Uber?
Le Pen senior is more likely to vote for his former enemy than his own daughter.
One in five Ericsson workers in Sweden will have to leave their jobs as a result of cuts announced by the telecoms giant on Tuesday.
It's a case that has stirred questions about Germany's freedom of speech and relationship with Turkey. Now prosecutors say they have scrapped an investigation into the comedian whose satire poem accused the Turkish leader of bestiality and paedophilia.
Watch the Northern Lights make a rare and dazzling appearance in the sky over Stockholm.
A Chinese-Italian boy stood blindfolded in a Florence piazza, with a sign asking people to "hug him as a human being", as part of a social experiment in order to combat stereotypes and xenophobia.
If you're going to stage a mock terror attack then at least let the police know.
An international flight from Malmö Airport was temporarily grounded after a member of the crew failed a breathalyzer test in the cockpit.
Two young men, 18 and 19, were run over and killed by a train around midnight Sunday night in Berlin.
The deadline for paying your income tax bill in France may have passed but there are other taxes that need to be paid tout de suite.
Nearly half a million people gathered in Dresden on Monday, most to celebrate the reunification of Germany in 1990 - and others to protest Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The Colle Oppio park will now longer be open at night after an Australian tourist was raped, beaten and robbed in the park last weekend.
German porn star Natalie Hot will appear in court on Wednesday to defend her right to work as a 'webcam girl', stripping and performing for erotic chat rooms.
The 2016 parliamentary season opened on Tuesday after months of rumours of an impending election.
A British trio based in the US are this year's winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Always dreamed of driving a scooter around Paris? There are some things you should know first.
The Austrian state of Carinthia looks set to avert bankruptcy with the federal government saying it expects a sweetened debt buyback deal to go through.
A 19-year-old woman has been seriously injured after a crane support slipped off a truck and hit her in the village of Kritzendorf, just outside Vienna.
The struggling Air Berlin is undergoing extensive restructuring that has apparently led to cancellations and flight delays.
Thirteen fountains in the city of Zurich turned blood red on Tuesday.
The trains will reportedly serve the Marseille to Bordeaux line and help save the historic Alstom factory in the process.
Saxon police have rushed to distance themselves from a colleague's announcement wishing anti-Islam Pegida demonstrators "success" at a march in Dresden during German Unity Day celebrations.
The Swiss tax authorities have found 450 people with links to offshore entities.
After having worked for decades to remove Norway’s ban on professional boxing, Prime Minister Erna Solberg said it was only natural to celebrate a Norwegian victory in the country’s first pro fight in 35 years.
People in Vienna who rent out spare rooms or apartments for short-term stays on platforms such as Airbnb or Craigslist must now register with the city - or face a fine.
Let the battle commence. Now that the new rules of the contest have been laid down.
UPDATED: Pope Francis on Tuesday made a surprise visit to Amatrice, the small Italian mountain town that bore the brunt of the August 24th earthquake that killed nearly 300 people.
The world’s most famed beer fest experienced its lowest turnout since the September 11th 2001 attacks, but at the same time had an increase in sex crimes reported.
Three British scientists based in the US have won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics. The Local reported live.
Britain will have to reach a deal to pay for the healthcare of its citizens in Spain once the country leaves the EU, Spain’s foreign minister has said.
A Swiss mother is looking for the teenager who rescued her toddler in Lausanne.
Eight people have died in fatal wingsuit accidents in France this year alone.
Last month was the warmest September since 1900 according to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute.
Two rest areas on the A7 autobahn have been closed after becoming popular hotspots for people to meet and have sex in public.
Spanish prosecutors have called for Catalonia's former separatist chief Artur Mas to be handed a 10-year ban on holding public office ahead of his trial for staging a symbolic vote on independence.
Could the success of Sweden's Cinnamon Bun Day be down to a national identity crisis? One expert thinks so.
Ericsson has confirmed reports that it intends to cut 3000 jobs in Sweden.
Spain's ruling Popular Party will come under intense scrutiny from Tuesday as some of its former lawmakers and high-ranking officials stand trial in one of the country's biggest corruption scandals.
Swiss young people aged 16 to 25 are more optimistic than their counterparts in other countries.
On October 4th, Swedes celebrate National Cinnamon Bun Day in honour of their favourite sweet treat, but why have a special day dedicated to a sugary snack? The Local has got its teeth into six scrumptious facts about the nation's most popular pastry.
Six German lawmakers will visit a key airbase in Turkey on Wednesday, a Turkish official told AFP, as the NATO allies seek to move on from a bitter diplomatic row.
There's less than a month to go until the Jewish festival of Sukkot, and New Yorker Hershel Mann is feeling the heat under the broiling sun of southern Italy.
The vice chair of the Baltic Sea Advisory Council for fisheries argues that Denmark's opposition to a Baltic sea cod quota could wipe out future stocks.
Politicians, entrepreneurs and supporters gathered at Stockholm's Chamber of Commerce on Monday to throw their weight behind Tayyab Shabab, the developer told to leave Sweden due to an admin error.
Rats, cockroaches, bedbugs... a prison in France is not fit for use, say campaigners.
The anti-migrant wall is fiercely opposed by the mayor of Calais.
More bad news from the Swedish telecoms giant.
Swedish society needs to recognize that Muslims are not a collective, but rather a mosaic of different faiths, religions and backgrounds to have a serious debate on radical Islamism, argues Magnus Ranstorp from the Swedish Defence University.
Queen Margrethe II says Denmark has become more diverse and that she represents “all people who are citizens of the Danish nation”.