Denmark’s leading tabloid newspaper has pulled down a post claiming immigrants were kidnapping Danish girls for sex slaves, after it became the country's second most viral story.
Danish police have arrested a 28-year-old man they suspect of making bomb threats which shut down two airports, two shopping centres, two hospitals and a university.
The house where Adolf Hitler was born is to be torn down to stop it from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine after years of bitter legal wrangling, Austria's interior minister said Monday.
Exhibit A: Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Exhibit B: Sweden’s most successful football clubs.
Most English speakers understand Schadenfreude or Zeitgeist, but Gemütlichkeit should be added to the English lexicon too.
French civil servant was paid over half a million euros despite not having done a day’s work in ten years.
The Swedish Academy says it has given up trying to reach Bob Dylan, days after it awarded him the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Welcome to France, watch out for the wildlife.
Germany's birthrate has increased to over 1.5 children per woman for the first time since 1982.
Headmaster says long beard is a sign of radicalization, according to reports.
"Tired of the fogs? Try the frogs!" read the billboards in London.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane leapt to the defence of Karim Benzema after the striker's conduct was once again criticised in his homeland by French president Francois Hollande.
It started with a single message on WhatsApp. It ended with more than 100 police officers being called in and public transit and traffic being shut down.
The author of the bestseller about the the Camorra organized crime syndicate is marking the tenth anniversary of living under police protection in defiant style.
Police were searching at least a dozen schools across Germany after they received threats by email Monday, although officials said they didn't believe the messages constituted a serious danger.
At least one person has died, six have been injured and another six remain missing after an explosion on Monday at a chemical plant at BASF's headquarters in western Germany.
A Scandinavian Airlines plane to Copenhagen was delayed in Oslo on Monday morning after the pilot failed a blood alcohol test.
A troubled trade deal between the EU and Canada is the only model for a future pact between the bloc and post-Brexit Britain, Spain's Foreign Minister said on Monday.
Norway’s royal grandchildren showed off their acrobatic tricks on Sunday with a display of horseback dance and gymnastics at Oslo’s Telenor Arena.
Polish writer Olga Mecking tells The Local why Germany is so much better than neighbour the Netherlands when it comes to getting pregnant and bringing up kids.
The Sweden Democrat’s migration policy spokeswoman Paula Bieler has gone on sick leave for exhaustion.
The streets of the Spanish capital on Sunday were filled with owners and their dogs in an event aimed at raising awareness of the abandoned pets waiting for homes in shelters across Spain.
A Syrian man is on trial in Salzburg, accused of having fought with the so-called Islamic State group (Isis), before coming to Europe to claim asylum.
Carolynn Baker and Pearly Teo have opened their own café in Gothenburg, and it's nothing like traditional Swedish fika.
French viewers were left outraged that a TV presenter kissed a woman's breast without her consent.
Former expats in Switzerland tell The Local what they miss about living here.
A 70-year-old couple from Vienna have written a book about reigniting their sex life after 46 years of marriage.
Local residents in the chic 16th arrondissement had strongly opposed the new accomodation for homeless people.
Winter is coming... surely it cannot be as warm as the last one? Don't bank on it.
The 'killer clown' scare has apparently arrived in Germany.
Crowds gathered in front of Cologne's famed cathedral on Sunday to protest against the "pettiness" of city authorities - by blowing soap bubbles.
At least that's what the Danes think.
Rudolf and Frost are not your average reindeer.
A clown wielding an axe chased a 22-year-old Danish man down a street in Holbæk late on Sunday night.
Parents at an under-funded school in central Spain are outraged at being told their children should bring in their own supply of loo paper.
A 25-year-old man has died in an avalanche in the Hintertux Glacier area in Tyrol’s Zillertal Alps. A second man was injured but survived.
A 95-year-old woman who survived the Nazis' most deadly concentration camp became the first woman this weekend to receive Frankfurt's top accolade of honorary citizenship.
Police in Zurich are hunting a man who injured a tram driver on Saturday in an unprovoked attack.
Hiking in France does not come without its dangers.
A study by the City of Vienna shows that a high proportion of Muslim teenagers in the Austrian capital are at risk of being radicalised.
Six months in jail is no joke for him.
Police had sent extra reinforcements to the Swedish island ahead of a weekend round of demonstrations, but the rallies took place as planned without major incidents.
The finance ministry said it informed the European Commission that it provisionally forecast its budget deficit at 3.6 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) from a previous 3.1 percent target.
The man had posted a video supporting Isis – and had also posted statements in support of the local mafia group.
Bus driver reportedly cleans blood from his vehicle after fleeing the scene near Paris.
The "salle de shoot" will open near the Gare du Nord train station on Monday after a long legal fight.
The world's largest publishing event kicks off this week with books, 3D printing, and even virtual reality.
Two serious multi-vehicle accidents occurred on Saturday.
Protesters want the next president of France to overturn the law.
Researchers are due to test controversial blood evidence used in the murder case that was the subject of the Netflix documentary.
Alex Norén is now the first player since Rory McIlroy to win three events in a European Tour season.