The Danish government suspends its participation in the UN refugee relocation programme indefinitely.
In case you were looking for Christmas present ideas...
Far from blocking Le Pen's path to the Elysée Fillon may actually help her pave the way.
The pregnant woman had shown signs of high blood pressure at a check-up in Malmö and should have been referred to a specialist, but instead she lost her child.
... and it takes the internet by storm.
PSG player Serge Aurier barred from entering UK due to his conviction for attacking a police officer.
More than 1,000 skulls and bones belonging to east Africans and brought to Germany for racial "scientific" research during the colonial era are still in storage in Berlin, a media report said Tuesday.
The golden-bronze work should be finished within a year. But not everyone is thrilled.
A family in Spain’s northwestern region of Galicia were left distraught after a wolf came to their door and slaughtered their pet Pomeranian.
Fashion photographer David Hamilton says he will sue women who claim they were raped as children.
Norway's central bank unveiled the nation's new bank notes on Tuesday and it doesn’t take a super keen observer to see what is different about them.
Germany's flagship carrier Lufthansa said it would cancel nearly 900 flights on Wednesday because of a strike by pilots, causing travel disruptions for tens of thousands of passengers in the latest escalation of a long-simmering pay dispute.
Equality activist and journalist Lina Thomsgård was looking for some female DJs. She ended up creating a movement that's changing the face(s) of Swedish media.
'Many' more people remain unaccounted for, including the mother of one young girl.
With Italy's crunch referendum less than two weeks away, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi must overcome a unique set of challenges if he and his reforms are to survive.
The aggressive bird flu H5N8 that was reported in wild ducks last week has now been found on a Danish poultry farm.
Spanish police have arrested a lawyer wanted in Brazil for his suspected role in the country's biggest ever corruption scandal involving state oil company Petrobras.
'We tried to speak with her about how she can't stay here but it hasn't worked. She keeps coming back.'
Volkswagen aims to be the world leader in electric cars by 2025, brand chief Herbert Diess said Tuesday, as the German car giant shifts its focus to clean-energy vehicles after the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal.
The mayor of Ischgl ski resort in Tyrol has banned skiers from wearing their ski boots after 8pm at night - in a bid to prevent accidents and cut noise.
German auto giant Daimler said Tuesday it removed a top executive of its China trucks and buses unit, after his allegedly racist remarks in a parking row became national news.
A seven-year-old boy must attend a specialist school because his over-protective parents have left him unable to do things for himself, Switzerland’s highest court has ruled.
The Swedish Handball Federation's new initiative aims to appeal to a broader base of Swedes as well as engage Sweden's refugee population.
Norwegians set a Black Friday spending record in 2015 and if Google search trends are any indication, a new record is likely this year.
In an increasingly globalised world, how do you get an education that’s simultaneously international and personal? For many students, the answer is EU Business School.
The headaches continue for the president...
The President-elect of the US, Donald Trump, has promised to eject millions of immigrants from his country. A rediscovered document shows his own family has its own experience with forced deportation.
Two cars crashed into a herd of reindeer in northern Sweden, killing ten of the animals.
New figures from Austria’s interior ministry show that the number of criminal complaints made against asylum seekers has risen sharply.
Another huge haul for highway robbers in Paris.
NFGL member, Una Čilić, attended the Human Rights Forum held in Malmö last week. Here are her reflections on a memorable but emotional couple of days.
A stash of ammunition has gone missing from an army barracks two months after a similar incident at an infantry school.
The Champs Elysées avenue in Paris was looking radiant on Monday night after the Christmas illuminations were switched on. Take a look for yourself.
'The ugliest Christmas tree in the hundreds of years of Christmas tree history!'
Norwegian chess superstar Magnus Carlsen risks a hefty fine after refusing to take part in a press conference after losing to Russian grandmaster Sergey Karjakin in New York on Monday.
Federal police patrolling Braunschweig's main train station had to make quite the awkward arrest at the weekend due to some boisterous travellers.
A drop in millionaires in Switzerland this year has failed to significantly dent the country’s impressive wealth.
A Milanese theatre based on the design of the city's Teatro alla Scala opera house has reopened its doors after 32 years in disrepair. But this isn't the only proof of a revival in the city's cultural scene...
Justin Bieber had time to do a spot of training with Barça players ahead of his concerts in Spain.
How many enthusiasts does it take to restore a fleet of rust-riddled Volkswagen camper vans? Ask the Italians.
Barcelona's leftwing city council has charged three Spanish banks over a million euros in fines for keeping four apartments empty for more than two years.
The Vienna fire brigade has published a cookbook of their best recipes - designed to help people feed themselves in the event of an emergency or catastrophe.
Jan Ø Jørgensen has apologized for tossing a shirt emblazoned with the Malaysian flag.
A cabin crew strike on Lufthansa's budget airline Eurowings which started at 5am on Tuesday morning is set to cause some headaches for travellers at Düsseldorf and Hamburg airports.
Spain will make a formal complaint to the British government after the Royal Navy fired flares at a Spanish scientific research vessel which entered disputed waters off Gibraltar.
Risks of floods as the rain keeps falling.
Pope Francis described abortion as a "horrendous crime", but has granted all priests the right to forgive it.
"Borgen" star Sidse Babett Knudsen is juggling coveted small- and big-screen roles on both sides of the Atlantic.
A German court on Monday ruled that a group of Islamists did not break the law in forming "sharia police" street patrols and telling people to stop drinking, gambling and listening to music.
Sweden's Christmas gift of the year has been revealed... and it says a lot about 2016.
Paris soon to have a €3 million sculpture of tulips.
The latest round of talks between rival leaders on ending Cyprus's 42-year-old division broke up without agreement on Tuesday.
Jail for the woman who claimed she was hurt at the Carillon bar in Paris.
Does the incident involving Henrik Larsson and his son show it's time for Sweden to step up security at football matches?
BJ Epstein, senior lecturer in literature and public engagement at the University of East Anglia, on what the world can learn from the Swedish work-life balance.