Denmark's anti-immigration Danish People's Party (DPP) was reeling on Wednesday from a string of EU expenses scandals, including a trip to Brussels when European institutions were closed.
A mysterious stone found by Danish archeologists might be a 5,000-year-old map showing the location of different fields in the nearby area.
Commuters seeking damages over the problems ID checks in the Swedish-Danish Öresund region may have caused claim the controls violate their rights.
Not content with being an artist, illustrator, and costume designer, Denmark’s Queen Margrethe II has become a historian.
The popular gift may now cost you even more if you're caught riding through the streets of Düsseldorf.
Can you guess?
Fathers will now be allowed the same parental leave as new mothers, under measures agreed by Spain’s parliament.
When a mother realized she had locked herself out of her car with her baby inside, she called police, who resorted to an unusual method to calm the crying child.
A rock musical about Roman's most controversial emperor, Nero, will give new life to the place where he once lived.
An Italian judge on Wednesday sent 'Ruby the heart stealer' and 22 others for trial on charges of lying under oath after being bribed to protect former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Divers on Wednesday found the body of a man at a BASF chemical plant in western Germany where an explosion occurred on Monday, police said, bringing the death toll to three.
What is the difference between facts and knowledge? Why are international students so important to Swedish universities? And what makes Gothenburg, and Chalmers University of Technology, so special? We spoke with Chalmers Vice President Maria Knutson Wedel to find out.
The Local looks into how the Holocaust is remembered in the German capital.
Small towns in Sweden, America and Europe are dying – and until we start to see this as a problem the populists will keep on growing, writes James Savage.
Psychiatrists were on hand as hundreds of Bataclan survivors returned to the concert hall.
Germany on Wednesday paved the way for nuclear power plant operators to pay €23.5 billion towards managing atomic waste, in a deal critics say lets firms get off too lightly.
Italy has moved to crack down on the widespread exploitation of farm workers with tough new penalties for abuses to which immigrants from Africa and South Asia are particularly vulnerable.
Do you have trouble sleeping? Then Napflix is the television channel for you.
The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has recorded nearly 800 cases of crimes against refugee homes so far this year, German media reported on Wednesday.
The city is struggling to cope with ever increasing requests for accommodation, as the number of migrants in the city reached an all-time high over the weekend.
Three young boys in Denmark were chased by a clown wielding an axe late on Tuesday afternoon, as the “killer clown” craze continued to rage in the country.
The leader of Austria’s Freedom Party may face charges of “hate speech” for posts made by other users on his Facebook page.
Ratiba Hanoush, 28, left Syria for Turkey in 2012 before arriving in Sweden last year. She admits that she still feels like an outsider, but explains why she is happier here than at home.
Eurostar blames the terror attacks in France for a drop in passenger numbers.
Norwegian ski world champion Therese Johaug has been given a two-month suspension after testing positive for the anabolic steroid clostebol.
France's most "extraordinary" restaurant yet.
Swedes have a reputation for being cold, but one of them wants to show that they sympathize with new arrivals in the country.
Outgoing US president Barack Obama and Italian PM Matteo Renzi took the opportunity to praise each other at Obama's final state dinner on Tuesday. But Renzi also made sure to compliment the First Lady's speeches - and her tomato-growing skills.
The US Marine Corps is to establish a new base in northern Norway as early as January, as Nato forces work to improve their ability respond rapidly to Russian aggression.
There's no risk to the public, authorities insist.
Another unnerving "killer clown" incident has occurred in Germany - this time with the masked men engaging in full on criminality.
Spain's gender pay gap effectively means women won't get paid for the rest of the year, according to a new report.
A new graveyard in Borlänge in central Sweden is the country’s first ever burial place completely free of religious symbolism.
With the Viennale film festival opening on Thursday, we thought it’s time to take a look at the best of Austrian cinema.
A Swiss man who was told he would not be accepted for military service because of his strict veganism has finally succeeded in making the army change its mind.
The subspecies of the European brown bear is unique to the national park in Abruzzo - but its existence is threatened by urbanization, poaching and traffic accidents.
Eighty migrants have left the Calais Jungle camp behind for studies at the University of Lille.
The first “scary clown” has been spotted in Vienna - at the Praterstern train and metro station which is a known hotspot for crime and addicts.
The pilot of a Lufthansa jumbo jet decided to perform an emergency landing in Canada on Tuesday as the plane was on its way from Frankfurt to Florida.
The Swiss public prosecutor has dropped the case against them.
One of the police officers shot by a self-declared "Reichsbürger" extremist on Wednesday has since died due to his injuries, Bavarian officials confirmed on Thursday morning.
A terrified eight-year-old boy in western Sweden leapt from a balcony to get away from a man dressed as a clown.
Up to 90 percent of failed asylum seekers are not being deported from Austria because their countries of origin will not agree to readmit them.
Summer in Paris next year already sounds like a good one.
Holders Real Madrid edged towards the last 16 of the Champions League, but disturbances between visiting Polish ultras and the police marred their 5-1 win at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday.
And they essentially won't be paid for the rest of the year due to the country's gender pay gap, according to a new report.
French police are suffering the strain.
Dozens of migrants were staging a protest at a detention centre in Madrid on Wednesday after climbing onto the building's roof and smashing furniture, police said.
'I saw a man sitting on the lamp post while an angry elk stood below and looked at him. It was quite comical,' a witness explained.
The cow was at risk of drowning after falling into the private pool.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Tuesday he did not anticipate any "major disasters" if a December 4th referendum on constitutional reform were to fail.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will face Western pressure over Ukraine and Syria at talks in Berlin on Wednesday, on his first visit to the German capital since the Ukrainian conflict erupted.
Paris will officially have a new building added to its skyline today, just a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower.
Eurostar trains between Paris and London were back running on time on Wednesday morning after Tuesday's power cut.
Swiss champions Basel fancy their chances of springing a surprise when they face Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.
A Swedish newspaper survey of Riksdag members of parliament produced overwhelming backing for Clinton, while only two percent said they want to see a Donald Trump victory.
Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson has criticized several EU states for finding 'inventive ways' to avoid hitting EU deficit targets.
Autumn in Sweden might seem dark and gloomy, but Stockholm has lots of attractions to make it easier to enjoy the changing weather.