The Swedish capital's main airport has dropped down the list of Europe's most-used, and was out-performed by a Scandinavian neighbour.
After Sweden's PM fell foul of a slip of the tongue, The Local spoke to three political scientists on the tricky matter of finding appropriate labels for the Sweden Democrats.
Even if the Prime Minister insists there are not.
The man tied the animal to his car with a rope before running it over.
The anti-capitalist city council in Badalona have called off a national holiday on Wednesday arguing that it commemorates the "genocide of the occupation of America" and "has Francoist connotations".
Rico Zandonella, proprietor of Rico’s Kunststuben restaurant in Küsnacht on Lake Zurich is Gault Millau’s ‘chef of the year 2017’.
Germany on Monday hailed three Syrians who helped police capture a compatriot suspected of planning a jihadist bomb attack, with social media coming alive with jibes against anti-migrant protesters.
Will it help find the thieves who robbed Kim Kardashian?
A court in central Germany sentenced a man to almost seven years behind bars on Monday, after he was found guilty of killing a drinking companion before removing his genitals.
We'd rather you all stay calm and count to three, but sometimes it's impossible.
The car-sharing service was ditched in Sweden last May.
A new study presented on Monday revealed that more than half of the leadership of the West German Justice Ministry were former members of the Nazi party, including dozens of former paramilitary SA members.
Newly-released figures from Statistics Denmark reveal that the national consumer price index has barely moved over the past year.
Austria’s Chancellor Christian Kern has denied that Austria is a country full of racists, ahead of the upcoming presidential election which could see the far-right candidate win.
A Brit and a Finn won this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics thanks to their contributions to contract theory.
Groups including trade unions, women's rights organizations and the family of murdered Italian student Giulio Regeni came together to march for peace in Italy on Sunday.
Britain wanted to create a formal task force to work with Norway on a post-Brexit free trade agreement, but the Norwegian rejected the overture according to a new report.
Emergency services were called to a north Bavarian club to discover a man had blown up one of the toilets.
The Grand Canyon, Bali, Zanzibar... and Brittany.
A fight that broke out between passengers on a flight between Edinburgh and Alicante last week erupted after one man was repeatedly insulted over his hair style.
Switzerland’s largest paediatric clinic is reacting to criticism over the treatment of intersex children.
David Oldman had been walking from London to Gibraltar when he went missing in June in the hills near Albox, in the southern Spanish province of Almeria.
Paris wants to make all the unused or squalid "chambres de bonne" inhabitable again.
Roasted chestnuts are a traditional autumnal snack in Italy - but production has hit a "historic low".
German chemicals firm Bayer said on Monday it would not introduce genetically modified crops in Europe after its gigantic takeover of US seed and pesticide producer Monsanto.
A group of nearly a dozen people from the far-right scene in Magdeburg attempted to storm a police station on Saturday to free a companion who had been arrested earlier in the day.
Summer may barely be over, but this weekend saw the first snowfall of the season in several of Italy's mountain towns.
The trial of five family members, accused of murdering one of their relatives during a brutal exorcism ritual, began in Frankfurt am Main on Monday.
The Local reported live from Stockholm as Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Economics.
French president François Hollande has been talking tough ahead of talks with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris later this month.
One teen was charged for hitting a centre worker with a pipe.
The head of Austria’s far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ) Heinz-Christian Strache (47) has married for the second time.
A hailstorm caused a 24-car pile-up on Sunday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday warned against Africa suffering from a "brain drain" as she arrived on a three-day tour of the continent focused on security and stemming the influx of asylum seekers to Europe.
A plucky 84-year-old woman from Upper Austria chased off two men who were attempting to rob her home.
Controversial Spanish defender Gerard Pique insisted on Sunday that he will end his international career after the 2018 World Cup.
UPDATED: The Defence Ministry said on Monday that the US and Norwegian militaries are discussing the possibility of deploying US troops in Norway.
Spanish parks are struggling to control a foreign invasion.
A popular nightclub in Malmö was damaged in a powerful explosion in the early hours of Monday.
Pope Francis announced the appointment of 17 new cardinals, including the papal envoy to Syria, which he called a "martyred country".
Britain should take in hundreds of migrant children from the Calais migrant camp, says France.
One man was killed and three others were injured in a shooting incident over the weekend.
A Syrian man suspected of plotting an Isis bomb attack was arrested on Monday by German police with the help of three of his compatriots, in a case that sparked fresh calls for greater checks on asylum seekers.
Turns out the Chinese are the best in the business when it comes to blind wine tasting.
Stan Wawrinka will use the Brisbane International as his warm-up event to the Australian Open.
Most of the cattle died in the collision, others had to be put down.
Angry demonstrators were out in force this weekend, protesting against the migrants set to arrive in their villages.
A police officer from Vienna has confessed to shooting dead his pregnant girlfriend with his service weapon and strangling their son.
A French policeman is in a life-threatening condition after his patrol car was torched near Paris.
If Sweden could vote in the US election, Donald Trump would not stand a chance, according to this new poll.
The Sweden-based founder of the first organization for the LGBT community in Iraq and Kurdistan speaks to The Local about his work.