"I'm not going anywhere", Fillon insists, but those in his party might have something to say about that.
"We are builders of bridges, far less of walls."
Prepare yourself for a tempest (or three).
Sweden will extend border controls and ID checks in the south of the country by a further three months, the country's government has confirmed.
Germany's government on Wednesday approved the use of ankle bracelets to monitor extremists considered potentially dangerous as it moves to get tough on suspected jihadists after the Berlin truck attack.
The so-called Africa Fund will help bolster the "fight against human trafficking and illegal migration", Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano said.
Move over Knut, there's a new über-cute polar bear in town. Meet Fritz, the three-month-old ball of fluff that a Berlin zoo is hoping will capture hearts around the world.
Marine archaeologists think a shipwreck found in the south of Sweden is 1600s warship the Blekinge.
In a bad news day for Germany's federal police, video has emerged of an out-of-control police dog pushing an innocent woman off a station platform in Nuremberg.
The German army is currently embroiled in a scandal after reports surfaced of "sadistic sexual practices" on trainees at an elite army camp in Pfullendorf, Baden-Württemberg.
Sister Lucia Caram is not a typical nun but her latest declarations might be a step too far for Spain's Catholic Church.
The noose appears to be tightening around French presidential frontrunner François Fillon as his party considers a plan B and a new poll spells bad news.
Swedish coach Lars Lagerbäck has risked the wrath of his home nation by signing up to coach rivals Norway
Le Pen's salary is about to take a hit.
The growing "fake jobs" scandal engulfing François Fillon is just the latest in a long line of politicians (allegedly in Fillon's case) behaving badly in France.
Family appeal for help to find British expat in the Dordogne.
American actress Goldie Hawn will be billionaire Richard Lugner's celebrity guest at the Vienna Opera Ball on February 23rd.
Martin Schulz, the Social Democrat who is to take on Angela Merkel in September's national election, has said that Donald Trump has not acted like an American since becoming US President.
The airline has revealed it will set up new bases outside Scandinavia to keep up with low-cost rivals and capitalize on rising demand.
A German skier is being treated in hospital for a serious injury after a fellow skier kicked him in the genitals whilst wearing ski boots during a drunken argument at a ski resort in the Austrian state of Salzburg.
Victoria Martínez explains how her four-year-old daughter is beating her in the race to integrate after they moved to Sweden.
Nearly two decades after a bombing in Düsseldorf injured mainly Jewish people and foreigners, police have now arrested a suspect.
Italian police on Tuesday arrested a married couple suspected of sending weapons to a faction of terrorist group Isis.
Better police procedures cited as a major reason behind the increase.
The Swiss people will go to the polls on May 21st to decide whether the government’s ‘energy strategy 2050’ should go ahead.
Austria’s tourism sector is concerned that the government’s planned ban on full-face veils in public places will damage Austria’s image for visitors from the Gulf States.
Swiss citizens who are also nationals of one of the seven countries facing a 90-day US travel ban can now enter America if they have a valid visa in their Swiss passport.
German car parts maker Bosch said on Wednesday it will pay out some $327.5 million in compensation to US buyers and dealers of Volkswagen-made diesel cars affected by the 'dieselgate' scandal.
Results of autopsies on the victims of Italy's deadly avalanche have revealed how the 29 people died.
Midnight ceremony heralds new milestone for gays and lesbians in Norway.
Germany's efforts to punish social media companies when "fake news" is shared on their platforms will hurt tech start-ups while fueling the anger of conspiracy theorists, argue tech analysts Nick Wallace and Alan McQuinn.
"We maintain our criticism of the decision."
Migrants and refugees - especially minors - already starting to amass in Calais once again, three months after the Jungle camp was torn down.
Swedish bus maker Volvo has been criticized for its activities in the occupied West Bank, where armoured versions of its buses operate between settlements.
It's never too early to think about planning a trip to the beach. The Local gives you a tour of Spain's best spots.
An English-language version of a video by Danish broadcaster TV2 has gone viral, with media around the world praising its message of unity.
Over 7,000 people in Switzerland have signed a petition calling for US President Donald Trump to be banned from the country following his suspension of immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Germany's federal police are having to fight off an accusation that has made international headlines - that a woman passing through Frankfurt Airport was made to prove that she was lactating.
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique stressed his desire for Spanish football to embrace video technology in crucial refereeing decisions.
"Milan can attract companies that decide to leave London."
American President Donald Trump's travel ban initially looked to block more than 100,000 German dual citizens from entering the US, but now the two allies say they have found a solution.
Spain's second-biggest bank BBVA on Wednesday said that solid revenues and a cost-cutting drive helped lift profits by more than 30 percent last year.
"Ladies, you are welcome with us!"
Switzerland’s two federal technology institutes take the top spots in a new ranking as US universities warned their standing is threatened by US immigration policy.
Need to send money to family or friends overseas? Have funds in foreign accounts you need to access in your new home? Sending money abroad may be cheaper and faster than you might think.
Look who's back on stage.
The Swedish furniture giant is offering to provide free legal advice to employees in the US hit by Donald Trump's travel ban.
A day with the Italian police cooking up cannabis cures...
Blend in with the Romans with these twelve useful dialect words you definitely didn't learn in class.
Penelope Cruz, Hugh Jackman, Catherine Deneuve, Richard Gere and Robert Pattinson are among the high-wattage stars due on the red carpet at February's Berlin film festival, organisers said Tuesday as they unveiled the line-up.
Update: A Tunisian man arrested in Hesse on Wednesday on suspicion of recruiting for Isis is also accused of involvement in the deadly 2015 attack on the Bardo Museum in Tunis, prosecutors said.
Sweden loves Eurovision so much it treats the qualifying process like the Olympics. Here are eight useless facts about the whole ordeal.