A court has blocked Vienna airport's plans for a third runway saying it would have resulted in greater greenhouse gas emissions, in a verdict described by lawyers as a first.
A look at some of the more controversial plans Marine Le Pen has for France, if she is elected.
Swedish tenor Nicolai Gedda, whose superb vocal control made him a star on the international opera scene for half a century, has died at 91.
Finding a job can be tricky in Sweden, but here are the top professions in 2017.
A report by the German Alliance for Child Soldiers and other non-profits on Thursday shows that child soldiers in multiple countries often end up using German-made arms.
Manchester United manager José Mourinho expects Zlatan Ibrahimovic to remain at Old Trafford next season despite speculation linking the Swedish striker with one last big-money transfer.
A woman in North Rhine-Westphalia has taken her friend to court, demanding a share of a car he won from a bottle of beer.
An Austrian football fan learnt the hard way that it’s not the done thing to be too familiar with a police officer.
Several former officials from Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP) and businessmen close to the grouping were sentenced from three to 13 years in jail, in what is only part of a wider corruption scandal.
... despite the efforts of jihadists.
Six people were on Friday sentenced to jail in connection with the murder of a 61-year-old woman.
French police have foiled another planned terror attack in France.
A man in a small north German town got the shock of his life on Friday morning when special forces stormed his apartment. But their suspicion he was planning a terror attack was a little misplaced.
The EU needs to get its act together, writes Sara Berg, a Swede in Catalonia.
But her Swiss teammates Wendy Holdener and Michell Gisin take gold and silver in world alpine combined.
The Norwegian Sports Confederation on Friday suspended cross-country skier Therese Johaug for 13 months after she tested positive for steroids, the ski federation said.
The World Anti-Doping Agency expressed "alarm" on Friday after it emerged no binding drug testing has taken place in football by Spanish anti-doping authorities for nearly a year.
And that it’s legal for extra-marital affairs websites to publicly promote their "infidelity services".
Muslim convert becomes the first female to ever be charged under Danish terror laws.
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"It has to be done... families are suffering," the farmer said.
A new kind of pizza has been launched in Spain and it has divided the nation.
The Swiss people will go to the polls this Sunday, February 12th, to have their say on whether third generation immigrants should have access to a simpler citizenship application process.
The repeated use of a coarse English swearword in Sweden's usually family friendly Eurovision qualifiers, broadcast live on prime time television, has incensed immigrant and native viewers alike.
Two new water parks and a major upgrade at Tivoli.
Austrian police raided the hotel rooms of Kazakhstan’s national biathlon team late on Wednesday, seizing medical equipment, drugs and cellphones ahead of a world championships competition in Hochfilzen.
Francesco Totti and 8,000 overs have signed Laura Boldrini's petition against bogus news.
In the first week of February alone, 14,000 new cases of influenza were confirmed in Germany, bringing the total since October up to 43,000, while there have been more than 100 deaths.
A Hamburg court Friday barred a TV comedian from reciting in full his so-called "defamatory poem" against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan which sparked a diplomatic row last year.
An Australian brain surgeon whose little finger got stuck in an Austrian Airline plane's fold-out tray table is suing over his resulting physical and psychological injuries.
The Swiss government should set an example by refusing to recruit people from abroad to work in the federal administration, a politician has said.
The Austrian capital Vienna has its first 'Bitcoin bank', located on the popular Mariahilfer Strasse shopping street. Customers can exchange cash for Bitcoin, and find out information about the digital currency.
Germany selected 25-year-old Isabella Levina Lueen as its contestant for this year's Eurovision Song Contest. But not everyone was so thrilled by the choice.
Do you suspect your child has turned French?
Electric cars can now recharge at 1,900m on an alpine pass.
The Swiss capital is impressed by eco-urinals currently being trialled in Paris.
Norway has extended temporary border controls that have been in place since November 2015 for at least another three months.
Vegetable lovers across Europe have been making hard choices this winter after storms battered fields in southeast Spain, the continent's main fruit and vegetable patch.
A German neo-Nazi was sentenced to eight years jail Thursday for an arson attack on a sports hall that had been designated to house refugees.
The lava may have cooled 2,000 years ago but Pompeii is a hot destination this Valentine's day with a special opening of the exceptionally preserved House of the Chaste Lovers.
"There is absolutely no point in having a destructive negotiation between the EU and the UK."
In only 25 minutes you can make yourself this delicious prawn sandwich, called 'räksmörgås'. Food writer John Duxbury shares his favourite recipe.
The locals in the Paris suburbs say police are aggressive and violent, but police say they are victims too.
A 28-year-old woman was on Thursday sentenced to indefinite detention in a psychiatric institution for killing her nine-year-old daughter.
Scot Andy Murray offers important advice for Federer before he visits Glasgow later this year...
Police found no dangerous objects when searching two trains that ground to a halt on Thursday after receiving bomb threats.
Move aside, wine.
The probe "completely tramples democratic principles", said Fillon.
Keith Morris of Cardiff Metropolitan University remembers late Swedish health professor Hans Rosling in this piece first published by The Conversation.