The president of the European Parliament has accused the anti-immigration Danish People’s Party of misleading Danish voters into voting “no” in last year’s EU referendum.
"A man's gotta eat," he told police, after racking up gigantic bills in some of France's plushest restaurants.
The social media giant removed a breast cancer awareness video because it deemed the images "offensive," according to the Swedish Cancer Society.
Don't forget your scuba gear...
A policeman in Austria was sentenced on Thursday for shouting "Heil Hitler" at a driver during a traffic check at the Hungarian border in April.
A union representing cabin crew for Lufthansa's budget airline Eurowings announced that strikes could take place at any time over the next two weeks, starting on Monday.
Within the last couple weeks, disturbing events involving masked individuals has caught public attention in Austria.
First World War U-boat "attacked by sea monster” thought to be found off Scottish coast.
The ceremony honoring the Buddhist leader with Milanese citizenship was accompanied by a small protest from the city's Chinese community.
"Risk of injury" from "Gut und Günstig" sparkling apple juice bottles has forced Germany's largest supermarket to recall the product.
Look beyond the name. He's the man who turned his family's humble "moules frites" joint into one of France's best seafood restaurants.
Spain's first naked dining experience opens on the island of Tenerife.
She tackled the gruelling 2,000-kilometre migrant trail in a wheelchair, translating along the way for other refugees using English she learned from a US soap opera. Now this teen is living in Germany and hoping to inspire others with a newly published memoir.
Divorced Italians will want to watch their words following the ruling...
The giant bamboo-eating bears will move into a brand new 5,000 square-metre enclosure in the capital's Zoologischer Garten.
Denmark’s royals are making the country look “callous and out of touch”, animal rights group Peta has claimed, after they posed in fur-lined boots for a Greenland stamp.
It's news every arachnophobe in Munich is no doubt thrilled to hear: two types of spider new to the region have been discovered in the Bavarian capital - and one of them bites!
The pastor allegedly found it funny.
Anna-Lena and Johan designed and built their home with tall beautiful windows, a smart heating system, and a separate section for their greyhounds.
Spain's Constitutional Court on Thursday cancelled a bullfighting ban in Catalonia in what is likely to exacerbate tensions between Madrid and the separatist region, and between animal activists and fans of the tradition.
Paris is rolling out the red tape for British firms, so why not British citizens in France?
More than 100 Danes are demanding compensation from the Swedish government for the border checks brought in at the start of the year.
'Urgent' reforms to Italy's school curriculum are needed to tackle violence against women, argues a new campaign calling for more education about sex, relationships and consent.
Five years after armed separatist group Eta declared a permanent ceasefire, Basque journalist Alberto Letona is still wondering when the dialogue will begin.
A supermarket in Finland is offering free lipbalm for customers who buy Norwegian salmon, in a far-from-subtle jab at the positive doping result of Norway's ski champion.
A 76-year-old Austrian man who went out mushroom picking almost froze to death after getting lost and spending the night in the forest.
A woman disappeared in Hanover 24 years ago, but no one reported her missing. Although her husband has now confessed to her murder, he still may not step foot in jail.
The 300kg haul was found by in a truck which drove off a ferry in Karlskrona.
Norwegian Muslims have called on the country’s integration minister to step down after she said that immigrants should adapt to a culture of pork, alcohol and no face-veils.
The primary school teacher was found dead in Ticino earlier this week.
Can't France make it easier for Britons to get French nationality?
Female refugees are being sold into forced prostitution in Austria, a police investigation into human trafficking has found.
Car developers in Gothenburg have given Volvo a new sibling.
Five years after Eta quit violence, the Basque separatist group has yet to dissolve but it poses little threat and authorities have shifted their focus to fight jihadists, says Spain's chief anti-terrorism prosecutor.
The Local takes a tour of the Sonnenberg bunker in Lucerne, opened 40 years ago at the height of the Cold War.
A Bundeswehr (German army) soldier has been severely injured after the tank he was riding in crashed 50 metres down an embankment after going off course in bad weather.
That's what the users of travel site TripAdvisor think, at least. But which of the country's many treasures scooped the top spot?
These fugitives from British justice are thought to be hiding out in Spain. Do you recognize anyone?
A driverless minibus has made a test journey in the city of Salzburg.
Skiers in Switzerland pay the highest prices for their ski passes of anywhere in Europe, according to research.
There are fences that need mending.
Police have staged protests for three nights in a row across France. Here's why they say they're fed up.
He's one of the most controversial - and misunderstood - figures of Ancient Roman history. So who exactly was Emperor Nero?
...and it's still only October.
A teenage girl stands trial from Thursday in Germany for stabbing a police officer, an assault allegedly "ordered" by Isis but which was not claimed by the jihadist group.
... and the left has been left in suspended animation.
Love Inspector Montalbano? You'll love this tour of the detective's Sicilian haunts.
The French government is struggling to deal with a revolt among the country's police force.
A Brazilian teenager suspected of dismembering his uncle and aunt and killing their two young sons in a grisly crime that shocked Spain has turned himself in to police.
Chancellor Angela Merkel created a united front with French President Francois Hollande in Berlin on Thursday to denounce Russia’s “war crimes” in Syria.
German high-pressure hose manufacturer Kärcher has appealed to candidates in the French presidential campaign to stop using its name in discussions about crime.
She'll even be serving customers apparently.
The Cloud is an ambitious conference centre created by acclaimed architect Massimiliano Fuksas.
The bodies of five migrants were recovered in the central Mediterranean on Wednesday during rescue operations that saved 300 others, the Italian coastguard said.
A new study shows in which states you might be living the high life - and in which ones you might be struggling on below average pay.
A new system for converting the grades of International Baccalaureate students in Sweden will make it almost impossible for them to get into top Swedish universities, it has been claimed.
Half of Swedish graduates would earn more in their lifetime if they instead started work straight after high school, a new study shows.
Wind turbines are “gigantic and destructive” machines, says Paysage Libre Suisse.
From a performance of Frank Zappa's unheralded orchestral work to an intriguing combination of circus and opera, Sweden has some unique events this weekend.