An Austrian hotel manager who went public with the fact that he had been blackmailed four times into paying a Bitcoin ransom to cybercriminals has been praised for speaking out.
Despite previous information provided by Washington to the contrary, Danes with dual citizenship from one of the seven countries on the US blacklist will not be affected.
Spanish police have arrested three people in connection with the theft of five paintings by the Irish-born artist Francis Bacon valued at €25 million.
Tickets have gone on sale for Ferrari Land, an adventure park in Catalonia that opens on April 7th promising thrill seekers the ride of a lifetime on the highest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe.
Penelope-Gate: New revelations claim François Fillon got his wife and kids jobs that paid €1 million
More revelations from the Canard Enchainé suggesting Penelope Fillon earned a lot more that at first thought for two allegedly fake jobs.
A top economic adviser to US President Donald Trump bashed Germany for exploiting an undervalued euro to take advantage of its trading partners, the Financial Times reported Tuesday.
The Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) on Tuesday issued its annual report on the quality of German air. These ten streets came out worst.
When a woman in Bremen heard a strange drilling sound, she panicked and called the police. The real culprit was twitching fervently in her bath tub.
Both Angela Merkel and Stefan Löfven criticized the controversial US travel ban following their meeting in Stockholm, which also touched on Brexit.
A string of executives were convicted over the 2009 crash.
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After being caught off guard by the referendum result, many companies are considering a relocation to Germany post-Brexit.
The group of teens found dead at the weekend by a concerned father were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning, police said on Tuesday.
The former governor of California and Austria’s most famous immigrant, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has spoken out against President Donald Trump’s executive order which temporarily bans travellers from seven predominantly Muslim countries coming to the US.
"We asked them for clarification. I think they are waiting as much as we are."
The former owner of the house where Adolf Hitler was born has launched a legal battle against the Austrian government for expropriating the building, a court official said on Tuesday.
A weather warning has been issued for drivers on Austria’s roads, who should watch out for black ice after snowfall and freezing rain caused hazardous conditions on Tuesday morning.
Scandinavian airline SAS has had to adjust its staffing on US-bound flights in order to comply with US President Donald Trump’s entry ban targeting the nationals of seven predominately Muslim countries.
Three teenage asylum seekers have received jail sentences in a high profile rape trial in Vienna. Two 18-year-olds were sentenced to six years in prison and a 16-year-old to five years.
A woman in Berlin has been banned from smoking on her balcony past 8pm - a violation the ban could lead to a fine of up to €250,000, or six months in prison.
The mayor of Madrid has compared President Donald Trump to Hitler over his travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries and suspension of the arrival of Syrian refugees.
The first Oscar win by a Swedish actress since 1974 and a Eurovision hit appear to have had an impact on the most popular names given to babies in Sweden during 2016.
Cross your legs and hope this works.
The 32-year-old Norwegian man who is charged with the voluntary manslaughter of a 52-year-old Dane in Sola was on a leave of absence from the psychiatric unit at Stavanger University Hospital, police said.
One Swiss town will be hosting its eighth annual 'fête du froid' (cold festival) on Saturday. Here's what you need to know.
A self-proclaimed "antitheist" was sentenced to life in prison for killing his Christian flatmate over her religion.
Nitrogen dioxide levels on over half of busy streets in German cities exceed safe levels. Authorities say polluting diesel engines are to blame.
Students will now be allowed to take a second education six years after completing their first.
"Italian cities need to breathe again."
Construction will begin this year on a new tram line for Nice. Here's all you need to know.
New month = new changes for France.
Swedish fashion giant Hennes and Mauritz (H&M) announced on Tuesday that its annual net profit fell by millions of dollars in the 2015-16 financial year.
Spain's most celebrated living movie director will lead the jury at this year's Cannes film festival.
Black ice on motorways in the eastern side of Germany caused dozens of accidents across several states on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
From July 1st it will no longer be forbidden for men who have had sex with men to give blood – provided they have been celibate for the past 12 months.
You'd think the prospect of bad acting, a terrible script and rock-bottom directing would put movie buffs off. But if Madrid's CutreCon trash film festival is anything to go by - you'd be wrong.
The multi-coloured Palads movie theatre in central Copenhagen may be torn down to make way for new high-rise buildings.
The team were recognized for their work in assisting people hit by several major earthquakes in the centre of the country.
The Swedish PM hosts the German Chancellor just days after the US President signed off on a controversial travel ban on citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries
A horse had to be put down after being spooked by a drone outside a luxury hotel in Zermatt, according to a local paper.
A student from the University of Tübingen was found dead the morning after a party at a student society clubhouse. The cause of the man's death is unclear.
2016 was a tough year for Italy's troubled banking sector.
The driver was charged with 'vehicular homicide'.
New York and British authorities on Monday slapped nearly $630 million in fines on German banking giant Deutsche Bank over alleged money laundering in Russia, New York State's Department of Financial Services announced.
New service will be available as of February 1st.
The Geneva-based UN refugee agency said on Monday it was "alarmed" by the consequences of US President Donald Trump's order barring refugee arrivals.
Donald Trump's travel ban is "unacceptable", says France.
Jakob Lilja faces up to two years in jail for an incident in 2015 which has taken two years to probe.
Zeeshan Khan from Pakistan works in Sweden, is married to a Swede and has a young daughter. But the long wait to find out if he may stay in Sweden is taking its toll.