Danish sheep farmers are demanding action from the government after yet another sheep death has been killed by wolves.
German regulators have banned an internet-connected doll called "My Friend Cayla" that can chat with children, warning Friday that it was a de facto "hidden spying device".
A look at what life in France would be like under a president Emmanuel Macron.
French policing drastically needs reforming to prevent a decades-old cycle of confrontation and violence between officers and youths in disadvantaged suburbs.
German soldiers recently deployed to Lithuania have been fighting off more than just fears about Russia.
The boats have drawn attention for their sophisticated and expensive operations.
A Swedish pensioner has captured the moment a randy elk came into his garden and mounted the wooden elk statue he has had there for 20 years.
No good deed goes unpunished it seems, as one publicly-spirited Parisian recently learnt when she was hit with a €68 fine for her 'literary littering'.
"It's a bare-faced lie," Le Pen said, as the scandal deepens.
Turkey's religious affairs agency said on Friday it had recalled six clerics from Germany for exceeding their authority, but lashed out at German police for raiding the homes of preachers suspected of spying for Ankara.
It happens to the best of us when we move to Austria - our kids, whether they were born here or not, slowly become Austrian. Here are some signs to look out for, so you can prepare yourselves.
A sure-fire way to agitate (some) French people...
'It's fun to watch the statistics blow up on the page.'
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday that NATO is important not just for Europe but also for the United States, speaking as a major security gathering kicked off in Munich.
The antique busts will soon be heading back to Syria after a painstaking restoration.
Bonn prosecutors said on Friday that they are investigating a retired man who reportedly tried to extort Haribo and supermarket chain Kaufland.
The pope also said that youngsters should use the formal 'buongiorno' rather than 'ciao', in comments on rudeness and violence.
Next week NFGL members will be attending a workshop on Slow Fashion, with authors Johanna Nilsson and Jennie Johansson. But what is Slow Fashion? We spoke with Johanna Nilsson to find out.
A new centre for Lego fans designed by top Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) will open this September.
The latest of many things Zlatan has compared himself with.
French language zealots are going to sue "bigly" over an Olympics slogan they believe is worthy of Donald Trump.
VIDEO: What's so great about France? One thing comes to mind.
A woman out jogging on Monday evening in Yvorne in the canton of Vaud suffered wounds to her legs and an arm after being set upon by two Boxer dogs.
It’s been an eventful few months for NFGL members at Linnaeus University in Kalmar. Local Network chairperson Thato Valencia Mmatli shares some of the exciting details.
As US President Donald Trump has criticized his country's NATO allies for not doing enough militarily, Germany's top diplomat said the focus shouldn't just be on defence spending.
It seems Lisbeth Salander's life isn't getting any easier.
The Spanish King's sister was absolved of all criminal charges but ordered to pay €265,000 in civil liability damages.
Sweden's pop star Zara Larsson has revealed she is truly a 90s kid in a video where she imitates artists such as Rihanna and Adele, but fails to recognize an Abba legend.
The catalogue, which features no women, was distributed to strictly Orthodox Haredi Jewish communities in Israel.
Frankfurt area S-Bahn transit was disrupted on Friday for thousands of travelers after an empty high-speed train hit a railway buffer stop, causing it to derail.
Slovakian food inspectors have carried out tests that reveal that many of the same grocery items sold in both Slovakia and Austria differ in quality - with many food items costing more in Austria, but generally of a higher quality.
Swiss is to continue operating flights out of Geneva’s Cointrin airport in an apparent about-turn by mother concern Lufthansa.
Workers' cafe in central France enjoys surge in bookings after being awarded a Michelin star.
The painting was snatched in a night-time robbery on an Italian church.
It happens to the best of us upon moving here - our kids turning German. Here are some signs to look out for so you know before it's too late.
A German tourist has been killed by a snow groomer at Austria’s Silvretta Arena ski resort in Tyrol.
A woman in Spain who suddenly became very religious and believed she was speaking with the Virgin Mary turned out to have a brain tumour that caused her change in behaviour.
Drivers in the Norwegian town of Sandefjord found themselves in a smelly situation on Thursday after a trailer burst open and dumped animal intestines all over the road.
A Swiss government pilot project promises to improve care and accommodation for underage asylum seekers.
Spain's top research institution has patented an HIV test that can detect the AIDS-causing virus within a week of infection, the fastest yet.
Four men have been remanded following a Swedish police raid on a suspected paedophile ring.
"You call us heroes but we are on starvation wages."
Hundreds of migrants smashed their way into Spain's North African territory of Ceuta from Morocco early Friday and some were injured doing so, the emergency services and police said.
We're going to see a lot less Alpine snow in the future, a new study suggests.
"I hope that we will soon be able to tell them: Don't worry, nothing is going to change for the Spaniards in the United Kingdom, nor for the Britons in Spain," Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said.
By the end of the century up to 70 percent of snow cover in the Alps will have melted, Swiss researchers predict.
Princess Cristina of Spain could face jail when she learns the verdict Friday in her trial over claims she helped her husband evade taxes.
They've traded the "Jungle" migrant camp for a university life.
Chancellor Angela Merkel testified on Thursday that she was surprised to learn almost two years ago that Germany's BND foreign intelligence service was spying on targets in allied nations.
"Until this morning I was unaware even of the existence of this offence," said the ex-premier's father.
“Going to church,” the party’s immigration spokesman Martin Henriksen said, would put new arrivals “on the right track”.
What's in a name? From 'mule testicles' to 'priest-stranglers', Italy is full of tasty foods with confusingly off-putting names. Here are ten of the most revolting-sounding dishes which we promise are nicer than the names suggest.
The number of fathers taking advantage of Sweden's generous parental leave benefits is slowly rising, according to new statistics.
"What is this, a pizza commercial?" French language chiefs at the Académie française are not happy with Paris Olympics slogan.
He said he made a "massive error of judgement".
According to a local journalist, passengers were thrown into the icy sea "like dolls".
"You're targeting some Swedish guy that tries to be funny."
Swedes love all sweets and one of their favourites is liquorice. Grab your sunglasses, pretend it's spring and enjoy this liquorice ice cream, courtesy of food writer John Duxbury.