A Moroccan man accused of raping a woman in a Hamburg club over the weekend was ordered to leave the country in April. But an administrative breakdown meant he stayed in the country.
Just wait and see what happens when they get to dig in.
If you don't like creepy-crawlies, then look away now.
Stockholm is one of the world's best cities for gay people, according to a new ranking.
President Hollande lashes out at Russia as presidential hopeful Francois Fillon breaks his silence.
But will it be enough to stave off government intervention?
Straight out of a medieval fairy tale, angry farmers gathered in Hanover's ancient centre with their dead livestock to protest the damage that wolves are doing to their livelihoods.
Sweden's most notorious killer, the Laser Man, will be extradited to Germany to face new allegations.
Fifteen French people were among the dead.
A small change to Italy's Civil Code could mean a big change for many marriages...
After a gunman entered a doctor's practice in Marburg, Hesse on Thursday, two doctors have been left dead.
Whichever candidate the Socialists field is expected to face an early bath.
Why was an an apparent homemade bomb left outside a church door in southern France?
A primary school in Stavanger has been criticized for not allowing children to sing the hymn ‘Deilig er jorden’ at the school’s Christmas party, but the school’s principle says the media has gotten the story all wrong.
Could it be fourth time’s a charm for legal weed in the Danish capital?
The chances of it snowing at Christmas this year are very remote, say weather forecasters.
New allegations about the death in an Austrian jail of Rakhat Aliyev, a prominent opponent and former son-in-law of Kazakhstan's president, have emerged.
A foreigner with terrible Swedish complains about terrible words used in Swedish.
The scandal-hit show is back in the news.
On Thursday morning a flight carrying 34 rejected asylum seekers arrived in the Afghan capital, Kabul. They were the first people to leave Germany in a highly contested programme of "collective deportations" to the war-torn country.
Spaniards massively overestimate the size of Spain’s Muslim population believing it to be seven times greater than it actually is, according to a new survey.
A HR specialist wonders why there aren't more integration courses aimed at Swedes, to teach them about newcomers' backgrounds and cultures.
A German court Thursday threw out a challenge to the will of collector Cornelius Gurlitt, clearing the way for a spectacular Nazi-era art hoard found in his home to go to a Swiss museum.
Three dog owners have put a €10,000 bounty on the head of an animal hater who has been leaving poisoned bait for dogs in the Pötzleinsdorfer Schlosspark in Vienna’s 18th district.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Bern has been recognized as the legal owner of a Nazi-era art hoard it inherited from German collector Cornelius Gurlitt.
Norwegian oil giant Statoil said Thursday it was exiting its oil sands projects in Canada, booking a loss, in a move hailed by environmental activists.
A TV ad for Italy's favourite festive dessert has been criticized as "ridiculous and shameful".
Update: The German Interior Minister said it was "very upsetting" that Greece had not launched an international search when the man now suspected of raping and murdering a German student went missing in their country.
Sweden has collected millions of kronor in extra tax from people suspected of financing terrorism.
"Cynicism has reached a level we have not seen before."
Austrian MPs have voted to expropriate the home where Adolf Hitler was born, ending years of bitter legal wrangling with the current owner over the infamous building's future.
Say hello to the eco-friendly boat making waves - but no noise - in Venice.
For over a year, three men snuck beer into Britain while pretending to sell it in northern Bavaria. The problem? Nowhere on earth has as many breweries as northern Bavaria.
Swiss pharmaceuticals and life sciences group Lonza said on Thursday it had bought US capsule maker Capsugel for $5.5 billion as it focuses more on health care.
Danish police officers on the island of Bornholm shot and killed a 48-year-old man who attacked them with a knife.
UPDATED: Traffic returning to normal after trouble in Paris this morning as mini-cab drivers stage protests.
Spanish police have arrested more than 200 Chinese nationals suspected of running call centres from luxury villas that swindled over €16 million ($17 million) from their compatriots in China, officers said Wednesday.
It's been nearly a year since Cologne's now infamous New Year's Eve, when a wave of sexual assaults by immigrant men horrified Germany.
Prisoners are forced to share their tiny cells with bedbugs and other inmates.
The 'ugliest Christmas tree in the world' has been dolled up after hundreds of residents complained about its bare-looking branches.
The Swiss economy is in good health – despite a dip in the third quarter of this year – and is set for continued growth, according to government economists.
Colombian leader Juan Manuel Santos warned Wednesday against praising late drug lord Pablo Escobar "as a hero" as Bogota asked Madrid authorities to remove a giant poster advertising the Netflix series "Narcos".
But foreign minister says there is nothing Denmark can do to help.
Austria must encourage immigration in order to be able to afford to maintain its social security system, according to the interior ministry.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker says the EU will do everything to help Italy's banking crisis.
2016 has been a good year for Sweden's small businesses, with some sectors heading for record profitability.
It’s been a year dominated by major world events like Brexit and the US election, but in 2016 the Swiss were most interested in football – at least when it came to Google searches.
The Deutsche Bahn are sponsoring a project to build driverless busses, which developers claim will change the face of public transport in Berlin.
Italy is a surprisingly great destination for skiiers, whether novice or expert level.
France's embittered farmers have little appetite for the upcoming presidential election, and say they feel like they're being left by the wayside once again.
Equality minister Åsa Regnér has revealed where in Sweden the new agency will be based.
After scoring his 14th goals this season the Swedish striker has been praised by his manager, who says he didn't come to England for an end of career holiday.
Can't make it back home for the festive period and not quite sure what to do in Sweden? Fear not! Here's a handy guide to events across the country that are certain to put you in the Christmas spirit.