Austria is one Europe's richest countries, yet the hills are alive not with optimism but with worries about the economy, boosting the far-right candidate ahead of December 4's presidential election.
After Thatcherite François Fillon won the rightwing presidential primary The Local looks back at a question we asked experts and unionists back n 2013 after the death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The conservative François Fillon will be France's right wing presidential candidate in next year's election after beating rival Alain Juppé handsomely in Sunday's primary run-off vote.
Francois Fillon, an unabashed rightwinger promising radical economic reforms, is hoping for another clear win over his rival Alain Juppe in Sunday's run-off round of a primary expected to produce France's next president.
A shock victory for Denmark at the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne on Sunday.
Liberal Alliance and the Conservatives join Venstre in a new three-pronged coalition.
An overwhelming majority of asylum seekers - 84 per cent - stated their wish to remain in Sweden permanently, although only half believe they are likely to succeed, according to a survey.
Sweden is bracing itself for extreme weather all over the country, with the Swedish Meteorological Institute (SMHI) warning of storms, high winds and ice.
Knowledge of the well-being of many children in social care is critically lacking, says a new report by children's charity Unicef.
One week short of a referendum on constitutional reform on which he has staked his future, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's message of modernising change is largely falling on deaf ears in the capital of Italy's long-neglected south.
Two pilots were killed when their private plane, which took off from Dortmund, crashed in the French Alps on Friday.
The traditionally less-popular Christmas Eve service is growing in popularity and is now a bigger deal than Advent, say priests.