An Austrian has been released from prison in Cairo where he was held for almost five years, after being found guilty of trying to smuggle weapons into Egypt.
Mirror mirror on the wall who is the cleanest of them all? Tough question actually...
The extra bodies were sent to the Swedish island last Friday in response to unrest caused by an alleged gang rape.
A new exhibition, originally shown in the British Museum, has opened in Berlin, displaying 'memories' of Germany through 200 different objects.
A 15-year-old girl has died in Innsbruck, a week after she was found slumped in a stairwell after a suspected cocaine overdose.
On Sunday evening three Syrian friends handed over a dangerous terrorist suspect to police. Thanks to a highly active Syrian refugee community on social media, they were able to catch him.
Syed Latif, who had been living in Sweden for six years before he was forced to leave in April, has now been told he can return.
Few may realize that the federal government is still split between the former West German capital of Bonn and Berlin - and this continues to cause complications, a new report shows.
A court in Austria has ruled that an intersex person who applied to have ‘third gender’ entered into his passport has to identify as either female or male.
The Local ventured out onto the streets of Berlin to ask Germans for their opinions on the two major US Presidential candidates.
It has just been ranked as France's favourite dish - so here's how you can make your own duck breast.
Spanish police have arrested two men suspected of spreading propaganda and recruiting followers for the Islamic State.
A new study reveals that foreign workers in Italy contribute almost as much to the national economy as car manufacturing company Fiat, funding the pensions of 640,000 Italians.
You can take our lives, but you'll never take our wine.
Wrap up tight, winter is here.
The parents of an eight-year-old boy suffering from a rare form of bone cancer are taking legal action after a spate of 'vile' messages by anti-bullfighting campaigners.
The Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) reported its former director Jakob Scharf to the police on Tuesday for violating a confidentially agreement.
This survey won't do anything to help end the stereotypes of the French.
Follow in Dante's footsteps with this travel guide to Italy.
There's no going back now: Rome will not be hosting the 2024 Olympic Games.
For Scandinavians feeling bummed out by the approach of winter, there is already good reason to start planning an escape to warmer locales.
Forget the ice bucket challenge or "neknominate" - a new "cook for migrants" challenge is gathering steam across Paris.
The government urges the public to vote against an anti-nuclear initiative which would see the closure of three of the country’s five nuclear reactors as soon as next year.
Saga Norén not expected to take part.
Russian leader postpones trip to Paris after apparently being told he could only come if it was to talk about Syria rather than inaugurate the new Russian Orthodox church.
Around 200 people will take part in a simulated accident on the bridge between Sweden and Denmark on Wednesday evening.
Former Berlin resident Sarah Kisielowski tells of how a move to the German capital provided the inspiration she needed to write her first novel.
At least according to other Swedish chefs.
The proposed eviction of an elderly couple who are deaf and dumb and can’t read or write because they unwittingly acted as guarantors for their son’s bank loan has sparked public outcry in Spain.
New research reveals the gulf between desire and reality in Swiss life.
Border controls at the southern border town of Padborg have delayed nearly half of all train passengers along the affected route.
A man riding a train between Düsseldorf and Dortmund was apparently so bothered by some youths' music and singing, that he pulled out a firearm.
An investigation by Finland Swedish news agency Svensk Presstjänst (SPT) claims that employees of the embassy bootlegged thousands of kronor worth of alcohol and tobacco.
The trade union Akademikerne is threatening to take another 54 hospital employees off the job on Thursday in an escalation of a work stoppage that has lasted over a month.
Two months after his arrival in Sweden in 2015, 31-year-old Syrian Zaher Barood was depressed and friendless. He questioned why he had moved here, and what he was doing to build a new life.
Switzerland placed ninth in the Save the Children study.
A freight train in Hanover hit and killed three people late on Monday. The circumstances are still unclear.
The Indian summer will finally come to an end across Spain on Wednesday when rainfall is expected over much of the peninsula and temperatures will plummet.
Only two countries in the world are better for girls than Norway, according to a new global report.
Paris has "perfect access" to public transport, but it's a different story for the outer suburbs, a new study shows.
A child in Trieste, northern Italy, has tested positive for tuberculosis (TB) after coming into contact with a paediatrician infected with the disease.
Hardly any passengers are using them.
It seems like just days since we were lapping up glorious summer sun, but on Monday residents of southern Germany were strolling through the snow.
A Syrian refugee arrested in Germany on Monday after being tied up by three compatriots was plotting to bomb a Berlin airport in the name of Isis, the head of domestic intelligence said.
Hundreds of unaccompanied child refugees stuck in the Calais Jungle camp should soon be transferred to the UK.
Prime Minister Renzi's future is riding on the upcoming referendum. But not only are all the opposition parties campaigning against him, some members of his own party are also in the 'No' camp.
But other high-income nations performed worse than expected, according to Save the Children.
Telefonica said on Monday that it had issued bonds worth €2 billion ($2.2 billion), less than two weeks after the debt-burdened Spanish telecoms giant cancelled the listing of its subsidiary Telxius over weak investor demand.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday announced a €27-million aid package for Niger, her second stop in a three-nation Africa tour aimed at fighting terrorism and stemming the migrant influx to Europe.
Falcon private bank is accused of failing to prevent money laundering.
A police sniffer dog was able to locate a woman’s thumb after she severed it with a circular saw when she was cutting up wood and lost it in tall grass.
The groundbreaking Swiss pilots unveiled their new project.
But some high-income nations perform worse than expected, according to Save the Children.
UPDATED: Swedish soldiers in Timbuktu were caught up in a suicide attack late last night.
We live in a world where social media and fancy values hide our flaws. But this functional idiocy is the road to ruin, argues professor Mats Alvesson.