Written in 1969, the script is 'up to the standard of his best', according to the Ingmar Bergman Foundation.
An Iraqi family threatened with deportation has been granted a brief reprieve after the European Court of Justice recommended they be allowed to stay in Austria for the time being.
France clearly has some work to do if it really wants to pinch business from the UK post-Brexit.
Word of warning: Don't translate French literally.
As Spain's conservatives prepare to re-take power after 10 months of political limbo, anti-austerity party Podemos has set its sights on replacing the divided Socialists as the main opposition force.
These are the best universities in all of Germany - at least according to one ranking.
These Southern Germans have quite a reputation in the rest of the country.
Could these measures stop the cops from protesting?
The case of the beheaded bison at a wildlife reserve in Valencia just got a whole lot weirder.
A dentist in Stuttgart is being taken to court by a woman whom he rejected for a job as his assistant on the basis that she wears a Muslim headscarf.
Sweden has been criticized for its unsustainable consumption of the planet's resources in the latest edition of a major WWF study.
Nation drops five spots in the Global Gender Gap Report to land at 19th.
The powerful tremors which shook central Italy on Wednesday were the product of a new earthquake rather than aftershocks from one that devastated the town of Amatrice in August, Italian experts say.
Ranked fourth in Lonely Planet's newly released list of the 'best value' destinations to visit next year is, er, Venice.
While thousands of migrants have been bussed out around France, new ones are arriving all the time and thousands of others have simply been dispersed aid agencies say.
If Denmark’s largest festival was feeling some pressure after this week’s surprise announcement that the Aarhus-based NorthSide had landed Radiohead as a headliner, it didn’t show it.
A must read for anyone who wants to stay on the right side of the law in France.
Villagers recount "apocalyptic" scenes of the latest earthquake to strike central Italy - one of the country's most seismically active areas.
German federal prosecutors said Thursday they had brought charges against a 19-year-old Syrian man accused of having scouted targets in Berlin for a potential attack by the Isis terror group.
The Swedish Hollywood actor will strap a camera to his head, stream it live and allow viewers to interact with him this weekend.
Do long, dark winters actually make Swedes more creative and more productive? We spoke to Stockholm startups to find out.
Torch beams from rubber dinghies in the Mediterranean flash an SOS cry for help in the darkness and the Norwegian Siem Pilot does what it does best: rescuing migrants.
The Norwegian oil giant Statoil announced on Thursday a deeper cut to its investments this year after a third-quarter loss because of low oil prices.
The Local talks to an American Donald Trump supporter on what it is like living in progressive stronghold Sweden.
The 45-year-old Tunisian was threatened with deportation.
The children’s asylum centre Børnecenter Tullebølle on the island of Langeland will be shut down after a number of problematic incidents and fresh allegations of sexual abuse.
The architect of the Berlin Holocaust memorial has said that, if he tried to build the monument again today, it would not be possible due to rising xenophobia and anti-Semitism in Germany and the United States.
Spain's unemployment fell below 20 percent for the first time in six years, official figures showed on Thursday.
Three prisoners, including a convicted murderer serving a life sentence, who had been relocated due to the earthquake in central Italy, took advantage of the chaos to break out of jail using knotted bedsheets.
Europe is not slipping into the same dark tunnel of hate and nationalism that it did in the 1930s - mainly thanks to Germany - one of the continent's leading historians has said.
Aliens take note.
The Swiss government has rejected a popular initiative calling for a revote on plans to limit immigration.
Spanish bishops are urging good Christian children to forgo zombie, ghost and devil outfits and instead dress up as "saints, virgins and apostles".
American tourist reportedly fell five floors after being pushed outside the underground sex club in Cannes.
Norway came under fire on Wednesday from conservation groups that accused the International Whaling Commission (IWC) of giving the world's biggest whale hunter a free ride.
The Swedish central bank said that it will take longer than expected to reach its inflation target.
A man disguised as a ‘horror clown’ threatened a bus driver in Vienna’s Donaustadt district and vandalised the bus.
A series of destructive earthquakes struck central Italy on Wednesday night, a region still reeling from August's deadly quake. Here's everything you need to know about what happened and why.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy warned on Wednesday of a tough road ahead as he prepares to take power again at the head of a minority government with little support.
A man has been arrested in Graz after police discovered the body of his girlfriend hidden in the shower cubicle of their rented apartment.
Did you know Stockholm University offers 75 master's programmes taught in English? And some of them are programmes you won't find anywhere else...
The day-long strike by a Eurowings cabin crew union is expected to impact some 40,000 passengers on Thursday as hundreds of flights have been cancelled.
Sitting next to an ornate chess board in his home outside Moscow, 26-year-old Russian grandmaster Sergei Karyakin lowers his gaze as he ponders how to beat reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen.
The Swiss government wants to force small companies to examine their rates of pay every four years.
Troubled German lender Deutsche Bank reported Thursday a surprise €256-million profit in the third quarter, compared with a loss of more than six billion in the same period last year.
Bus ad and music video encourage Americans to keep Donald Trump out of the White House.
Two strong earthquakes caused major damage on Wednesday night in an area of central Italy still recovering from a deadly quake in August.
Hundreds of people awoke in emergency shelters in Italy on Thursday after fleeing their homes following a series of strong quakes in the same region struck by a devastating tremor two months ago.
The German government withdrew its approval for a Chinese firm to purchase Aixtron, which makes semiconductor equipment, after the US secret services raised security concerns, a German media report said Wednesday.
The deceased is a 55-year-old woman who lived in the house with her husband.
Why did you learn Italian? Here are the (sometimes surprising) reasons people chose to study the language, from the emotional to the practical.
An in Seine idea surely? But tests will go ahead.
A dog helped its owner fight off a creepy clown chasing the pair in southern Sweden.
France tries to woo EU's bank regulator and other agencies.
Tech-savvy Swedes? Perhaps not. A new study suggests that at least a million of its residents feel the pain of the digital divide.
Malmö FF have their eyes set on the Champions League after winning the Swedish league for the 19th time.
Food, music, movies and more food. What better way of helping yourself forget that the days are getting shorter and colder?