Denmark’s Crown Prince and Princess have appeared on a a stamp dressed in the traditional national costumes of Greenland, honouring the Danish monarchy’s most distant subjects.
This won’t come as a surprise to the tens of thousands of who have been laid low by stomach flu in France this month.
Germans this year reported being happier with their lives than they've been in years, but some places are certainly more cheery than others.
A new report shows that the 'millennial' generation of Italians are now the worst affected by poverty.
Helsingborg district court judged that the man had deliberately left his lawnmower on when leaving the house in order to annoy his neighbour.
So far this year more than 17,000 refugees have sued German authorities for not giving them full refugee status, with the vast majority winning their cases, the Süddeutsche Zeitung reports.
Thought you knew the Paris Metro map off by heart? There are a few stations you have never discovered, but perhaps one day will.
Three Polish football fans were arrested on Tuesday hours before Legia Warsaw's Champions League clash with Real Madrid, classed as a high-risk fixture by the Spanish authorities.
The school year may have barely begun, but one Milan school is so low on funds it has resorted to asking pupils to supply their own toilet paper - while a recent study suggests it is not alone in lacking the essentials.
November 5th will see the first THRIVE conference, a one day event designed to explore the expat experience and inspire people to get the best out of living abroad, both personally and professionally.
The resolution aims to start negotiations on a legally-binding nuclear weapons ban by 2017.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he does not have "very high expectations" of a coming peace summit in Berlin, after a meeting with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg in Oslo.
Bulldozing of Jungle migrant camp "just days away" says French government after court backs its plan for a rapid demolition of the squalid shanty town.
More than 60 prominent Austrians have signed an open letter calling on the governor of Upper Austria to ban a controversial right-wing congress.
Health experts have warned that Danes are exposing themselves to serious risk by lighting excess candles in pursuit of 'hygge'.
The German language has a whole host of dialects - and you probably won't be able to understand half of them! This fiendish quiz puts your skills to the test.
A new row erupted on Tuesday over Austria's plans to demolish the house where Adolf Hitler was born, with experts saying they opposed its destruction.
Norway’s leading hiking group has called for limits to the huge number of tourists hiking to Pulpit’s Rock and other attractions.
In an interactive show aired on German television on Monday, viewers had the chance to decide whether a fictional Luftwaffe pilot should be acquitted for shooting down an airliner - essentially voting against the first article of the constitution.
A small but not insignificant sign of life has been delivered by the musician.
A parish church near Madrid is facing a fine of €16,000 because its bells are too noisy.
A hotel near the site where 80,000 rainbow trout were accidentally released into Danish waters is offering discounts to anglers willing to come and catch the invasive fish.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is due at the White House on Tuesday, and outgoing US President Barack Obama said he would use the opportunity to thank Renzi.
The hapless participant in the killer clown trend failed to notice that his 80-year-old target was being accompanied by a burly farmer.
A female interpreter was raped at knifepoint on Monday night near the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, according to local French prosecutors.
Water rushed down the streets after a pipe burst in the city centre.
The 2017 Tour de France route has been revealed - and it's not as hilly as in previous years.
Norway’s health authorities have ruled that foreign women pregnant with twins should be allowed to abort one fetus in Norwegian hospitals, even if it is perfectly healthy.
The Land of Fires gets its name from the high number of fires that break out in the area due to uncontrolled dumping.
Sweden has overtaken the United States as the country most in need of skilled workers, a recent global survey shows.
A Hanover court on Monday ruled that a child's right to know about their lineage was more important than a sperm donor’s right to privacy, reaffirming a high court ruling from last year.
A layover at Qatar airport brought this Swedish-Kenyan couple together – now they’re heading for marriage
Closeness, selflessness, and pleasure; falling in love is a strange but wonderful human experience.
Should police have intervened?
Russian President Vladimir Putin is to arrive in Berlin on Wednesday as part of a summit hosted by Chancellor Angela Merkel on the Ukraine conflict.
A Dutchman who spent 12 years in a Spanish jail after being wrongly convicted of a rape in a case of mistaken identity is suing the Spanish state for €6 million.
Paris is not quite turning into London or New York but Sunday is becoming a day for shopping and not just for the family.
Flares and projectiles were thrown at police and security personnel during the Stockholm derby between Djurgården and Hammarby, which was suspended for almost 30 minutes.
The clean-cut tourist video or the gritty 'real' Paris. Which of these love letters to Paris paints a truer image of the City of Light?
Following a two-year investigation which has shocked Italy, a Sicilian woman has been sentenced to 30 years in jail for the murder of her eight-year-old son.
The presence of Norbert Hofer at a panel discussion in Geneva is making waves.
A giant Russian aircraft carrier, a nuclear-powered battleship, and six other vessels passed the Norwegian island of Andøya on Monday.
Emergency services were still searching for two people who went missing after a huge explosion at a chemical plant in western Germany on Monday. Two people have been confirmed as victims of the blast.
Authorities in Spain are probing BlaBlaCar and two drivers using the ridesharing platform for "transporting passengers without a licence", a worldwide first for the company.
Barcelona unveiled a controversial exhibition on the late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco, which was promptly met with a hail of eggs by angry opponents.
Doormen at three of Malmö’s best known nightclubs bragged in a closed Facebook group about using violence and making sure to keep foreigners out.
Police took to the Champs-Elysées last night to protest after four officers were attacked recently.
With solid growth and a long roster of international stars, the Swedish music industry has plenty to cheer about, but questions remain about the industry’s future.
A 66-year-old man in Upper Austria went berserk during a family argument and attacked his 27-year-old son in the eye with a burning cigarette.
Two of the most famous works of Sandro Botticelli, "Spring" and the "Birth of Venus", were unveiled in a new setting on Monday on following extensive renovation work at Florence's Uffizi Gallery.
An apparent suicide on the tracks saw thousands of passengers spend the night stuck on trains.
Hundreds of Swedish teachers have expressed anger at a new deal that could see pupils deported to Afghanistan.
Sleazy French MPs beware.
The main suspect in the Paris attacks last year should speak up, his brother said.
"The people wearing masks know nothing about clown work and should not be associated with serious, hard working clowns,” argue two clowns at charity organization Glädjeverkstan.