Hungary on Monday announced an inquiry after a study by the food safety agency suggested many food products sold with identical packaging were superior in neighbouring Austria.
Christian organisations in Norway plan to join a campaign to employ undocumented migrants, despite the threat of fines and imprisonment.
Denmark’s customs authority is pioneering the use of mobile X-ray vans to surprise and scan drug smugglers on the street.
A pair of celebrity Danish entrepreneurs who hobnob with royalty and headline at business conferences are making a big bet on the most unlikely of industries: tattooing.
When US president Donald Trump this past weekend mentioned events in Sweden, he was referring to a TV broadcast about Swedish migration policy. Several claims in the broadcast are questionable, and some downright wrong. Swedish news agency TT has looked at the facts.
Meet Adam, a 17-year-old from Guinea who tried and failed last week to enter one of Spain's north African enclaves.
John Andersen dropped out of high school to climb mountains. Decades later, the 73-year-old is still travelling the world - and it's been a priceless education.
Extreme weather is predicted across Germany in the coming week, with hurricane-force winds expected, and flood warnings put out across many states.
Berlin's arms sales compared to the rest of the world have fallen off sharply over the last five years, despite the global arms trade reaching a quarter-century high.
The 29-year-old victim was found with a wound to his anus following his arrest in a Paris suburb.
Donald Trump targeted Sweden and then things got even weirder. The Local Sweden's editor takes a closer look at the story dominating the news in Sweden.
Online retail giant Amazon said on Monday that it would bring thousands of new jobs to Germany by the end of the year as part of its European expansion.
A 16-year-old Syrian refugee went on trial in Cologne on Monday accused of planning a bomb attack on behalf of the jihadist group Isis.
Dressing as a historical character in exchange for paid photo opportunities is banned in Italy's capital city.
Two Swedish police officers interviewed in a news report referenced by US president Donald Trump about crime and immigration say their quotes were taken out of context.
If you live in Germany it’s important to understand the basics of its political system. We explain ten fundamental aspects of how the country’s democracy works.
Update: Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to Algiers was called off on Monday because President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was "temporarily unavailable" due to "acute bronchitis", his office said.
A Danish tourist died on Saturday in a fall during a hot-air balloon sightseeing ride over a UNESCO world heritage site in central Turkey, Danish and Turkish officials said.
The priest told us that the response to his appeal for help shows that "Italy is a country of people with big hearts".
The community of Nussdorf, near Lake Attersee in Upper Austria, is in shock after a popular teacher (38) killed her nine-year-old son and then attempted to kill herself.
No luck for the would-be burglars of a swanky Paris apartment belonging to the Bin Laden family.
Kaci Kullmann Five, the chairwoman of the committee which selects the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, has died aged 65 after a long illness, the organisation said on Monday.
It's 'high time' Netflix featured more films by women, according to the authors of a Swedish study on the streaming platform's content.
The Interior Ministry has proposed a new law that would allow authorities to more easily read the personal cell phone data of asylum seekers whose identities are hard to prove.
A skier died in the resort of Arosa on Saturday night after leaving an après-ski bar on the slopes and falling on his way down to the valley.
They are accused of illegally transporting more than 200 migrants across the Italian-Swiss border.
A cat who disappeared from her home in the Netherlands six months ago and was recently found in an Austrian village 950 kilometres away, has been collected by her Dutch owner.
France could a see a ten-fold increase in the number of speeding tickets slapped on motorists.
Drones helped with recovery efforts after the disasters in central Italy, as well as revealing the extent of the damage caused.
When it comes to drugs, Austrians are increasingly turning to cannabis and buying from ‘home growers’ based in Austria, according to a leading public prosecutor in Wiener Neustadt.
Some trains between Lausanne and Cully in the canton of Vaud were cancelled on Monday morning after a landslip caused an anti-noise wall next to the railway line to fall down.
The Danish government is paying sickness and disability benefits to Danish citizens fighting in Syria for Islamic State, the Berlingske newspaper has reported.
A woman who denied that the Holocaust took place and displayed a sign over her toilet saying “This Hitlerine needs a clean latrine” has been found guilty of breaking Austria’s anti-Nazi law and given a seven month suspended jail sentence.
Tens of thousands of people marched through Barcelona on Saturday urging the Spanish government to immediately meet its pledge to take in thousands of refugees.
A series of anonymous calls threatened a "bloodbath".
The incident has worried authorities in nearby Germany.
The tremors were also felt in the Marche region.
More than 350 migrants stormed the border between Morocco and Spain at Ceuta on Monday, officials said, days after one of the largest rush of arrivals over the frontier in more than a decade.
Adolf Hitler's personal telephone, which the Führer used to dictate many of his deadly Second World War commands, sold at auction on Sunday for $243,000, the US house selling it announced.
Italy's most famous carnival got off to a flying start.
Sweden has offered to "inform the US administration" about the country’s immigration policy after Donald Trump explained his comments about a non-existent incident in the country were provoked by something he saw while watching the news.
The freshly planted trees went up in flames as the row over the non-native plants took on a racist tone.
US Vice President Mike Pence paid a somber visit to the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau, Germany on Sunday, against the backdrop of concerns about a surge of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States since Donald Trump was elected president.
Renzi has been calling for an early general election, but others in the PD said the party and even the country could be "heading for a crash".
Protesters took aim at presidential hopefuls Francois Fillon and Marine Le Pen on Sunday.
Hungary's "On Body and Soul", a tender love story set in a slaughterhouse, won the Golden Bear top prize Saturday at the Berlin film festival, Europe's first major cinema showcase of the year.
The streaming giant says it is losing key people due to Swedish migration rules, calling it a risk to their operations in Sweden.
The US President has revealed the source of his much-mocked comments which insinuated a non-existent serious incident had taken place in Sweden.
Sergi Angulo from Barcelona talks to The Local about why he thinks that the Spanish school of football will help new team Nacka FC go all the way to the top.