Ted Malloch, President Donald Trump's reported choice of US ambassador to the EU, predicts "seismic shifts" in transatlantic ties and the bloc's disintegration, in comments to a German news weekly published Friday.
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French PM says machete attack at shopping centre next to the Louvre museum on Friday was of a "terrorist nature".
The town of Béziers and its far right mayor held what was effectively an homage to Donald Trump this week.
A video by a German talk show comedian hopes to introduce the new American President to Deutschland, hoping he'll make his motto 'America first, Germany second'.
Residents in western France are being urged to stay inside after red alerts issued.
How has it come to this? Paris relies on an English slogan to help win Olympics bid.
Volkswagen's former supervisory board chief has told German investigators that ex-CEO Martin Winterkorn knew about the "dieselgate" emissions cheating scam well before the scandal broke, news weekly Der Spiegel reported Friday.
A Swedish court decided on Friday to hand over evidence seized in the southern city of Malmö to Belgium in connection with the Brussels attacks last year, public prosecutors said.
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Two men went on trial in Germany Friday accused of more than 400 counts of child sex abuse and running a paedophile ring in Berlin that targeted boys as young as six.
Germany's largest airline has resumed carrying citizens of countries named under an American travel ban into Boston until at least February 5th.
BlaBlaCar is not guilty of "unfair competition" as alleged by Spanish bus companies, a court ruled, in a first legal victory for the ride-sharing firm which has run into problems in the country.
Rights groups on Friday blasted EU plans to help Libya stem migrant departures as a recipe for children being sent back to squalid detention centres in the north African country.
A new poll shows that German trust in the transatlantic relationship has dropped to a level equatable to public trust in Russia since Donald Trump was elected US President.
The Local's contributor Christian Krug is a student, has no immediate plans to have kids, and doesn't know what to do around them. So we sent him to a meeting for people with new babies.
Friday's machete attack on soldiers at the Louvre was the first of its kind at a tourist landmark in Paris. What will this mean for falling tourist numbers in the French capital?
One of the most recognizable gloomy faces of the internet is making her debut in the hip German capital, but there will be no smiling selfies for this crabby kitty.
Norway has chosen Germany's Thyssenkrupp (TKMS) to deliver four new submarines.
At the end of a booze-fuelled night, two young women from Munich put a plan into motion to punish one their ex-boyfriends. But when he alerted the police, the prank spiraled way out of control.
Bad weather in Spain has devasted winter vegetable crops and sparked rationing at British supermarkets.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern has criticised US President Donald Trump's controversial migration curbs.
"8am means exactly 8am,no give and take". What have you learned from studying in Sweden? The local NFGL Gothenburg reflects on what they've discovered and where they've been so far - and what is coming next.
It's unacceptable that Donald Trump should be constantly criticizing the EU, says the French president.
Police in Vienna have arrested an 18-year-old man who together with a friend robbed his own mother during an armed burglary in January.
Media reports on Thursday showed that more than 3,000 crimes were committed against refugees or their homes last year.
The Swiss capital could welcome 1,500 more refugees after politicians in Bern voted on Thursday to accept them.
Thought winter was over? Not so fast.
An Italian priest will likely lose his role after allegations that he organized orgies on church property.
Italian luxury carmaker Ferrari said on Thursday it had achieved record profits in 2016, bolstered by strong demand for its supercharged 488 sports cars, a fillip to the "prancing horse" firm as it prepares to turn 70.
A 46-year-old Moroccan asylum seeker has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in Vienna for the attempted murder of his roommate at an asylum centre in Simmering.
There is perhaps no other city in the world as famous for its nightlife and clubs as Berlin. We give you the lowdown on the Berlin clubs everyone has to visit - if you can get in that is.
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A bouncer at a Geneva bar who caused the death of a customer has been sentenced to 18 months in prison -- but will be out in six weeks.
"We are a feminist government, which shows in this photo. Ultimately it is up to the observer to interpret the photo," Isabella Lövin explained.
To mark what would have been the 90th birthday of assassinated Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, SI News speaks to Anna Sundström, Secretary General of the Olof Palme International Center, about the man, his impact, and what he means today.
Spain’s northwestern coast was battered by waves reaching 11 meters high as fierce storms swept in from the Atlantic.
Question posed in parliament ahead of February 12th referendum on third generation foreigners.
The German Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister was the first Berlin official to meet the new Donald Trump administration. But whether he managed to solidify transatlantic ties depends on who you ask.
Sweden Democrats (SD) MP Kent Ekeroth has been charged with minor assault over an incident outside a Stockholm nightclub in November.
Catalonia's separatist government hit out at reported plans by Madrid to close schools in the northeastern region and even take control of the police to stop a contested independence referendum.
Part of Vienna’s 1st district will be off-bounds to the public this evening, as demonstrators gather to protest against the controversial Akademikerball (Academics Ball) taking place in the Hofburg palace.
Meanwhile, EU leaders are preparing for a summit on how to stem the flow of boats from North Africa.
Brittany was hit by 12-metre waves overnight - and it's not over yet.
Back home you always know what to buy to address common winter ailments. But how do you know what to buy abroad? We asked Sweden's largest pharmacy chain for help.
After the coldest January for 30 years, temperatures across Switzerland rose dramatically on Thursday, reaching 16 degrees in some parts of the country.
A series of 25 earthquakes, two over 4.0 magnitude, hit the Central Italian region on Friday morning. The area was rocked by major, deadly quakes in 2016 and January of this year.
The finest chef in Sweden has been named after a gruelling five-hour cooking competition in Malmö.
Rome's mayor Virginia Raggi, once a rising star of the anti-establishment Five-Star movement, was questioned by prosecutors on Thursday in an abuse of office probe as fresh allegations of corruption emerged.
Who better to ask to be the godparent to your child than the son of a genuine Sicilian mafia godfather?
A coalition of groups representing Britons living in EU nations joined forces Thursday to defend their rights as Britain readies to pull out of the bloc and thousands of expats worry about their future.
Switzerland has slammed shut its open-door policy toward Eritreans which had automatically granted them refugee status.
Germany has extradited to Tunisia a man linked to the slain suspect of the deadly Christmas market attack in Berlin, the prosecution in the North African country said Thursday.
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Three suspected neo-Nazis have been arrested in Sweden after a home-made bomb attack on an asylum-seeker centre last month left one person seriously injured.
Former Norwegian Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik was stopped by US border control agents at Washington Dulles Airport on Wednesday and questioned for roughly an hour before being granted permission to enter the country.
German police faced one of their more unusual call-outs on Thursday when reports emerged of an Austrian pensioner causing mayhem on the motorway - with fake police equipment.
Many cited long waiting times in Danish asylum centres, ill family members in their home countries and false expectations as the primary reasons for leaving.
Want to try a Swedish recipe fit for royalty? John Duxbury details his recipe for roast partridge, which has been served at Nobel Banquets in the past.
The extent of the hack is uncertain but reports have indicated it was carried out by the same actors who interfered with the US election.
After three years of renovation and a temporary relocation to Paper Island, the new Experimentarium science and technology museum has officially reopened in its permanent Hellerup location north of Copenhagen.
Norwegian billionaire Petter Stordalen has announced plans to take over the Hilton Hotel at Copenhagen Airport.