The populist Danish People’s Party has thrown the border with Germany into question after nearly 100 years, suggesting that Denmark may one day recover parts of Schleswig.
Unemployed people could be forced clear Copenhagen’s streets of cigarette butts, old plastic beer mugs and other detritus over the summer.
UN aid agencies and donor countries gathered in Oslo on Thursday to raise emergency aid for the millions threatened by famine in northeastern Nigeria.
Norway's Telenor has announced plans to sell its Indian operations to local telecom giant Bharti Airtel, as the ultra-competitive mobile market is shaken up by the country's richest man.
Norway’s government has enraged animal rights activists with a last minute u-turn which will means hunters can cull wolves this hunting season.
Sweden's justice minister has accused anti-immigration party leaders of lying about Sweden after they wrote in the Wall Street Journal that Donald Trump was right in his comments about immigration.
The French election race is proving impossible to predict.
Here's why the average woman in France will soon be living until she's 90-years-old.
A report on higher education in 13 countries published on Thursday found that Germany was the only one which still offers higher education without tuition fees to almost all students.
A controversial move by a Rome hospital to hire two specialist abortion doctors - because the majority of Italian doctors refuse to carry out the procedure - has caused an outcry.
Bottles of unlicensed "Diamond Vodka" have been found to have potentially deadly levels of methanol in them. Authorities have warned people not to drink from the bottles, and to go to hospital immediately if they feel any symptoms.
The Bild newspaper has established the position of an "independent" ombudsman to respond to any complaints or questions their readers may have about facts and sources used in their articles.
People always say you should never mix cheese and politics. But sometimes it's unavoidable.
German police have arrested a 26-year-old Islamist who was planning an attack against police officers or soldiers using a homemade explosive device, authorities said Thursday.
France would say goodbye to over €180 billion on the country's GDP as well as 500,000 jobs. Delirious or reality?
Eighteen Afghans deported from Germany arrived in Kabul Thursday after their asylum pleas were rejected, the third group to be sent back in recent months as Berlin speeds up the expulsions.
Banning the burqa has nothing to do with the Bavarian government's care for women and everything to do with cynically bashing Islam in the build-up to elections, argues The Local reader Laeeqa Ahmed.
A Swedish citizen has been jailed for urging people to finance Isis through Facebook, a landmark case for the country.
Green is the new black.
Protests against police violence turned ugly in Paris on Thursday.
Former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato was handed a jail sentence of four years and six months Thursday for misusing funds when he was the boss of two Spanish banks.
One of them is almost completely gone.
OK, these are more 'don't go zones' than 'no-go zones'. But they are REAL.
A British national has been arrested at a London airport on suspicion of staging a cyber-attack on Deutsche Telekom last year that knocked around a million German households offline, officials in both countries said Thursday.
Young men and women pedalling the streets of Berlin with pizzas and artisan burgers strapped to their backs have become part of the scenery. But what is life like cycling through the harsh Prussian winter?
Amnesty International has criticized the actions of Switzerland in turning back migrants at the Italian border last year, saying it acted “illegally”.
In the car, on the bus, in the garage, at a friend's house...
A Spanish court decided Thursday that the king's brother-in-law, who was handed six years and three months jail for syphoning off millions, will remain free without bail as he prepares to appeal.
The landslide was caused by the earthquakes and extreme weather earlier this year, experts believe.
Once again talk of Paris "no go zones" in the British tabloid newspapers and far-right (so-called) media sites in the US has prompted ridicule and concern in France. But it's no laughing matter.
A British man and women are fighting for their lives in a French hospital after a hit and run in the Alps.
The Vienna State Opera House is rolling out the red carpet for the 5,000 guests expected to attend tonight’s Opera Ball.
In a first for Switzerland, nearly 600 illegal workers have been ‘regularized’ since 2015 in a secret operation in Geneva.
The Turkish government has urged teachers and parents in western Germany with Turkish roots to report any criticism of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan they hear at schools, according to local media.
On Tuesday, a new McDonald's restaurant opened in Italy with one added extra that wasn't on the menu: an ancient Roman road, complete with three skeletons.
A Danish court on Wednesday extended the detention of the daughter of Choi Soon-Sil, the woman at the centre of a South Korean corruption.
Austria’s new Animal Protection Act will ban advertising pets for sale on online platforms.
A strike at Italy's national carrier Alitalia will see 60 percent of its flights cancelled on Thursday.
Last year the German state hauled in its healthiest budget surplus since reunification over quarter of a century ago.
Ferry services have been delayed in the English Channel as Storm Thomas arrives.
The migrants were mainly from sub-Saharan Africa, the coast guard said.
The fencer, who was named 2017 World Sportsperson of the Year with a Disability', will take legal action against the anonymous online campaign.
One person was arrested in the canton of Ticino on Wednesday as part of a criminal investigation against two men suspected of violating the law banning terror groups Al Qaida and Islamic State.
British chef Paul Cunningham, who cut his teeth at Heston Blumenthal's famed Fat Duck restaurant, has won two Michelin stars for Henne Kirkeby Kro in Jutland.
Another high profile robbery on the A1 motorway.
UN-brokered Syrian peace talks resume in Geneva on Thursday, but hopes of a breakthrough are dim.
Another blow for Marine Le Pen.
Sweden's King has emphasized the importance of "serious" media and checking sources in a new interview released at a time when the accuracy of some media portrayals of Sweden are being questioned.
Two wedding planners share their tips for planning your very own Italian wedding.
The photographer who filmed an interview with Swedish police officers used in a segment aired on Fox News says the cops were telling the truth when they said they were misrepresented by the film.