Take things slow, look around and just...saunter!
"I think you can say she is in good form."
The launch of a specialist hub should be a boost for Sweden's financial technology startups.
As the cold, dark days of winter descend, you shouldn't just be content with the basics like "mir ist kalt". We teach you a few expressions that'll really impress your German friends!
Hundreds more will be cut in Germany.
And they're the second worst in the whole of the EU at science.
Hundreds of thousands of users of a now defunct German car-sharing website have had their bank account details stolen by hackers, it was announced on Tuesday.
Commercial designed to cynically tug at your heartstrings, or genuine message of Christmas love? Either way, this H&M short film may be the most unusual holiday ad this year.
Norway's Anti-Doping Agency on Tuesday called for a 14-month suspension against cross-country skier Therese Johaug, a seven-time world champion, after she failed a September drug test.
The container shipping unit of Danish conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk on Tuesday refused to comment on a report that it was mulling an acquisition of German peer Hamburg Sud.
Swedish legend football coach Pia Sundhage is stepping down.
The uncensored version of the congratulatory note, as well as the letter he never sent to Hillary Clinton.
What are the key points in the reform, and the possible future scenarios?
Amnesty International has denounced conditions for migrants arriving in Spain's overseas territories of Melilla and Ceuta, where they said asylum rights were not always respected.
A new interactive map allows users to travel back in time to 1953 and get a glimpse of the German capital still without a wall, and still devastated by the Second World War.
And as a result the prices for a kilo of the finest truffles are mushrooming out of control.
A Hindu leader based in the United States is demanding that an Ibiza micro-brewery withdraw an IPA range named after Hindu gods and featuring images of the deities on its labels.
The complete score of Austrian composer Gustav Mahler's Second Symphony was sold in London for £4.5 million on Tuesday, a record for a musical manuscript.
Nowhere in the European Union do people spend more money on basic housing costs than in Denmark.
Investigators fail in latest attempt to question the chief remaining suspect from the jihadist cell behind the Paris attacks.
German carmakers BMW, Daimler, Porsche and Audi and US competitor Ford said on Tuesday they would cooperate on a Europe-wide network of electric charging stations.
The German government has been accused of interference in the US elections after the Clinton Foundation listed it among donors that contributed up to $5 million.
A plan is underway to free Rome from traffic jams - and tourist buses will be the first casualty.
A report on cancer carried out for the Healthy Ministry and published on Tuesday revealed that Germans are increasingly likely to contract cancer, but they should also live longer.
Or at least those over 30 minutes.
Britain's Brexit negotiators are worried about the French, it seems.
Alarming attitudes about sexual consent in Austria have been highlighted in a new Eurobarometer poll.
A ten-month-old baby found himself in the care of some unintentional babysitters after his mother accidentally left him on a train alone in west Germany.
Ericsson has revealed exactly many workers will lose their jobs at its offices in Kumla and Borås.
Don’t like downhill skiing? This winter in Switzerland try these fun activities instead.
The number of families applying for Christmas aid has nearly doubled in just one year.
A 30-year-old Austrian man who performs as a fire-breathing Krampus demon suffered serious burns after a costume he was wearing for a traditional procession in Styria caught fire.
Efforts from politicians and businesses to boost the falling birthrate don't seem to be having much of an effect.
Beware the dangers of blindly following sat-nav directions. Especially across riverbeds after torrential rain.
Winter is here and there's no going back.
The US-based Simon Wiesenthal Centre said it will fight the decision to drop charges against two men accused of being Nazi guards.
Cyber attacks from Russia are now so common that Germany must learn to cope with them as part of daily life, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday, after Europe's top economy suffered its largest ever online assault.
Under the new laws, it would be forbidden to lie on public benches, sleep on the streets, or give money to beggars.
Buon compleanno to the world's oldest living person!
Learn these phrases and we promise you'll sound more French.
The Norwegian Catholic Church was fined on million kroner (more than €110,000) on Monday for exaggerating the number of members it has to receive more state aid.
The plane returned to Zurich shortly after take off when its pilots heard a worrying noise coming from the right engine.
A series of previously unknown letters by literary great Stefan Zweig to a young man reveals a paternal side of the Austrian Jewish author concerned with the fate of Jews.
Spain has awarded a contract worth €786 million to supply and maintain 15 new high-speed trains for Spanish train maker Talgo.
An in-Seine escape effort.
All tied up after 12 matches, Norway's Magnus Carlsen and Russia's Sergei Karyakinto now face four tie-break games scheduled for Wednesday.
Fears have mounted that a No vote, followed by Renzi resigning, could trigger financial crisis.
The remarks may have been directed at US President-elect Donald Trump, who has called climate change a "hoax".
1,400 migrants rescued on Monday added to a total of over 171,000 who have arrived in Italy this year.
Winds of more than 100km/hr tore across parts of the country on Monday, making the already chilly air feel even more frigid.
The new German edition of the irreverent French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo hits newsstands in Berlin and Vienna on Thursday. What kind of waves will it be making in the Bundesrepublik?
UPDATED: The woman had an axe thrown at her from a short distance in a candy store near Sweden's border with Norway.
.. but the Socialists are still yet to pick their champion.
Modern-day threats are making life increasingly difficult for Sweden's Sami reindeer herders, as this account inside the annual reindeer pilgrimage shows.
British police have a genetic sample from Wikileaks founder Julian Assange that Swedish prosecutors can use in their rape investigation against him, an official said on Monday.
More are buying into the Black Friday concept despite the negative side of fast fashion and consumerism, and it's time to change that, argues Greenpeace Nordic's Rosanna Endre.