A day before the White Helmets were due to receive the Right Livelihood Award, the Syrian rescue group faced probing questions about their allegiances at a panel debate in Stockholm.
Thousands of high earners are bidding France au revoir.
Hundreds of it, in fact.
A Syrian baby named Angela Merkel and her family were rejected from receiving asylum status, Bild tabloid reported on Wednesday.
One of the brilliant things about living abroad is that you learn skills and habits that aren't as common in your home country. Germany certainly has a few to offer.
From the man who brought you the world's biggest butter knife and the world's largest deck of cards...
The most recent Lufthansa strike that started last week has now impacted more than half a million travellers as it continues this week. Here's what you need to know about how it could affect you.
Air pollution caused an estimated 29,980 premature deaths in Spain in 2013 according to a report published by the European Environment Agency.
Each year the prestigious Stockholm Innovation Scholarship is awarded to six lucky winners. So far the hundreds of entries have been narrowed down to these 18...
The discovery of a 250kg Second World War bomb in southwest Berlin led to an evacuation of a hospital, a kindergarten and a care home on Thursday afternoon.
Spanish prosecutors have recommended that Cameroonian football great Samuel Eto'o be handed a 10-year jail sentence and pay a staggering €14.3 million fine.
And the Christmas market on the Champs Elysées, according to police sources.
Dating guru Sally Smith gives us the lowdown on what to expect on Spain's dating scene. And what types to avoid.
A birthday is always a reason to celebrate, and if you’re lucky enough to be turning a year older in Austria, there are quite a lot of things you can enjoy for free!
One of Denmark’s most prominent journalists was sentenced to jail for orchestrating the illegal snooping of credit card information.
For the food, beauty, the people - and because the region desperately needs you to visit.
German mail service DHL said that it had not made certain personal deliveries through its express service to the Berlin district of Wedding due to fraud and attacks on their carriers, but tamped down reports of "no-go" areas.
See the damage from the wild weather in southern France.
Almost nine out of 10 European city dwellers breathe air that is harmful to their health.
A Swedish magazine report claims ads for organizations including the public health agency ran on the site, but the question is more complicated than it may seem.
At least according to a new long-term forecast for the coming three months.
A cement company with a factory in Syria that has received 4.2 billion kroner from Norway’s massive oil fund is accused of giving money to the terror group Isis.
So how healthy are the French and how good is their health system?
Hundreds of German electricity providers have announced that they are raising prices starting on January 1st. But you can avoid it - and you'll probably save a lot of cash in the process.
Far-right Sweden Democrats MP Kent Ekeroth has been told to 'take a time out' by the party's leader after he allegedly hit a man in the face in Stockholm's Stureplan area.
We all like living in Austria - why else would we be here? And by and large the people are wonderful, but some things they do still make us hot under the collar.
Skiers will get their hands on a season pass for the impressively low price of 222 francs ($218) after 75,000 people signed up for the crowdfunded deal.
Confidence in the government and voting patters are both shaped by whether Swedes live in the countryside or the city, according to new research.
Barcelona city hall will fine home rental websites Airbnb and HomeAway €600K each for marketing lodgings that lacked permits to host tourists.
It's a famous and popular attraction in Paris, but why do they want to pull it down?
A brave 13-year-old kept her cool and called the police after two masked men broke into her family’s home in Vorarlberg.
A group of migrants reportedly shouted at local residents, knocked over garbage cans and damaged road signs, after two small explosions were felt near their accommodation.
Authorities in Zurich want to issue a special ID card to help people who need cannabis for medical reasons.
But the offer is limited.
Natalia Bagniewska left her cushy home and job in London four weeks ago for a life of the unknown in Copenhagen. Here's why.
Forecasters warned of "strong and persistent" rainstorms and urged the public to be vigilant.
Martin Schulz confirmed on Thursday that he plans to quit his post as European Parliament President to return to German politics - which could mean he has an eye on challenging Angela Merkel for the Chancellory.
Court finds cyclist guilty of causing the death of a fellow competitor in a 2014 cycle race.
Siena is home to crisis-hit Italian bank BMPS, and the fates of the city and the bank are closely linked.
Sticklers for tradition should really abandon the turkey and pumpkin pie, and instead celebrate with jamón washed down with Rioja.
Two pandas conceived naturally and born at Vienna zoo, Fu Feng and Fu Ban, have been officially baptised, 100 days after their birth.
Amnesty International has accused the Spanish authorities of systematically obstructing probes into crimes committed during the 1936-9 civil war and Francisco Franco's subsequent dictatorship.
The president-elect has spoken with the Danish and Swedish PMs, but Erna Solberg has been left waiting.
As suggested by writers who know a thing or two about Paris.
When the four-year-old arrived in Lampedusa, no-one knew who she was. But now she will be reunited with her mother.
Update: German flagship carrier Lufthansa said on Thursday that it would scrap 830 scheduled flights for Friday as a pilot strike extends into a third day.
Every city, even Paris, has its little downsides.
If you thought the controversy around Bob Dylan was bad, you ain't seen nothing yet.
Suddenly the family has become the key issue in the fight to be the right-wing presidential candidate.
Solidar Switzerland invited passers by to pose for photographs next to a flesh-and-blood figure of Barbie's beau Ken to highlight dire working conditions in Chinese toy factories.
But what exactly did they talk about?
Not everything in Sweden has to put a strain on your wallet.