A Syrian man arrested on suspicion of plotting a jihadist bomb attack on a Berlin airport was found dead in his cell on Wednesday after an apparent suicide, sparking outrage over a "judicial scandal".
À table! Just close your eyes, open your mouth and do not think about what you are eating.
Visitors haven't been allowed to reach out and touch Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" at its home at the Belvedere museum in Vienna - until now.
Spanish giants Real Madrid on Tuesday relaunched their 400 million euro ($443 million) bid to modernize their Bernabeu stadium.
An innocuous moustache... or a former German dictator?
Sex in the cockpit? Is that even possible?
San Marino’s footballers sparked incredulous and hilarious scenes in a Norwegian TV studio when they scored an unlikely equaliser in Oslo on Tuesday night.
An 87-year-old long-time right-wing extremist has been sentenced to jail once again for making statements denying the Holocaust.
A British tourist has been fined for 'obscene acts' after defecating at an Italian airport, just after disembarking the plane.
Unfortunately English let you down when you were trying to think of these things to say.
Five weeks of paid vacation. Boat rides to work. More than a year of paid parental leave per child. Outstanding diversity. Too good to be true, right? Nope. It’s just life in Stockholm.
Hungarian police will seek charges against eight suspects after completing a probe into the deaths of 71 migrants found in a truck in Austria last year.
French mayor's poster echos Nigel Farage's inflammatory "Breaking Point" pre-Brexit poster.
A year after Germany's mass influx of refugees peaked, many remain in limbo, hoping for a brighter future but forced to endure frustrating waits and crushing boredom.
The number of people leaving Sweden is even higher than at the height of mass emigration to the US in the 1800s.
Liam Cunningham - better known as Ser Davos Seaworth - paid a surprise visit on Tuesday to his new friend, 16-year-old refugee Hussam Al-Heraki from Syria.
A mayor in northern Italy faced backlash after asking refugees to avoid using the same buses as local schoolchildren, with the regional representative of PM Renzi's democratic party likening the segregation to "apartheid".
French and their frogs' legs. Separating the fact from the fiction.
Construction work has started on a wooden skyscraper in Vienna that Austrian architects say will be the tallest of its kind in the world.
... if they feel liberated enough to ditch the headscarf.
A helicopter drop, explosives, a fake bomb and bags full of banknotes were all part of the 2009 robbery in Stockholm.
But the cold isn't going to last...
Police's search for 'pig-nappers' continues after theft over the weekend.
Danish police have arrested four people attempting to cross the Øresund bridge to Sweden by foot, Swedish newspaper Sydsvenskan reports.
Residents of Eisenstadt are complaining that a plague of wild boar are ruining their gardens and want hunters to be able to cull some of the pigs who roam the city.
It's what dreams are made of.
Shares in Ericsson lost more than a sixth of their value on Wednesday morning.
Germany has experienced a "pumpkin boom" in recent years. Where has this Teutonic love for an all-American vegetable come from, and where will it end?
Calls grew on Wednesday for Germany to honour and reward three Syrian "heroes" who captured a compatriot suspected of plotting to bomb a Berlin airport.
In an expedited case, the German Constitutional Court will rule on Wednesday on whether the German government can support CETA, the EU's proposed free trade deal with Canada.
"Renzi is running a risk. The real question people will be voting on is: 'Do you still have more faith in Renzi than in his opponents?'"
The Swiss people will get the final word on whether the citizenship process should be made easier for the grandchildren of immigrants.
Pedestrians are not permitted to travel over the crossing between Denmark and Sweden.
"I want to underline and reiterate my closeness to all the victims of the inhumane conflict in Syria."
The sister of a woman who was shot dead by her police officer boyfriend earlier this month has posted a moving message on Facebook.
The funeral for murdered Hells Angels boss Aygün Mucuk on Wednesday is expected to draw hundreds of fellow biker gang members from inside and outside of Germany, putting police on alert.
Italy's iconic beer, Peroni, officially became Japanese on Thursday following a year of talks.
A man has been arrested, accused of leading a riot at a youth football match between Djurgården and Hammarby.
The independent candidate in Austria's upcoming presidential election, Alexander Van der Bellen, has been given a 24-hour police bodyguard.
Stick-wielding boys in clown suits had police scrambling into action as an unsettling global trend reached Norway on Tuesday evening.
Switzerland is boring? Not so, according to author Clare O'Dea, who tells The Local why that reputation is a little unfair.
UPDATED: DNA has been found in the luxury apartment where Kim Kardashian was robbed.
"It's perfectly valid talking about the regrets. I'm sick to death of the Peter Mayle set who don't have genuine struggles..."
We spoke with relocation expert and The Local contributor Melanie Haynes about her new book.
The French take their fashion and their protests seriously - and sometimes combine the two.
The motorcycle of the future is so safe riders can cruise sans helmet - all of the thrills with none of the danger - according to BMW.
There may be several billion barrels of undiscovered oil in the Barents Sea, including in areas that lie near the Norwegian-Russian delimitation border, an international oil expert said on Wednesday.
Fear of migrants, in particular groups of single men, means locals in villages around France are not ready to offer the kind of fraternity the country has built its history on.
More people than ever are ending their lives through assisted suicide in Switzerland, most often because they are suffering from cancer.
Spain's king will wait until late October before holding more talks with party leaders to resolve the political deadlock and avoid a third round of elections, the parliamentary speaker said Tuesday.
The choices offered on the enrollment forms from some UK school districts prompted the Italian Ambassador to intervene, reminding British authorities "Italy is a unified country".
A leading artificial intelligence expert predicts that within the next five years, German cars will only require their drivers to take the wheel occasionally.
Spanish police seized a boat carrying nearly 20 tonnes of hashish to Libya was seized as part of a global operation targeting the financing of armed groups in North Africa and the Middle East.
Can "digital voices of reason" counteract extremists online?
Lawyers will no longer defend the surviving member of the terrorist teams who attacked Paris in November.
Ericsson's results for the third quarter of 2016 will be significantly lower than expected, the trouble-hit company warns in a press release.
The cost of renting a sublet apartment has soared in the past year, according to fresh statistics.
They may be separated by naught but a four-kilometre strait, but there's more than that keeping Danes and Swedes apart, as we often learn here at The Local.