A gripping French presidential election race takes another twist.
US president Donald Trump intensified his verbal attacks on Sweden, France and Germany on Friday, painting swaths of Europe as a jihadist-infested hellscape.
Sweden's prime minister wants to curb labour migration to the Scandinavian country to provide more jobs for its own unemployed, including refugees accepted in recent years.
Macron has finally cracked under pressure and set out his plan to turn around the French economy.
A carnival association has dropped any characters who "black up" from their parade amid accusations of racism. Worried the troop might be attacked, police will escort them during the parade.
Forget about this week's snowy weather in much of Sweden. In other parts spring has already sprung, so much so that forecasters on Friday issued a warning for grass fires in the south.
The beginning of Carnival was hit by extreme weather, but conditions should slowly improve.
Donor countries have pledged $672 million (634 million euros) in emergency aid for people threatened by famine in the Lake Chad region.
Nadia Nazarbaeva and Pamela Lozanoof the NFGL Local Network at Lund University share their reflections from their January visit to the UN City in nearby Copenhagen.
Norway's Progress Party wants to strip Somalia’s new Prime Minister of his Norwegian passport.
The Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Germany’s foreign intelligence service, spied on journalists from the BBC, New York times and Reuters, according to a report in Spiegel.
An 18-year-boy has been cleared of all murder charges after spending five months in custody suspected of killing a homeless German man at a railway station in Hässleholm.
For many Karolinska Institutet is associated with the Nobel Prize in medicine. But Mihretab Abedom, chair of the NGFL Local Network at Karolinska, explains how studying there means much more.
Is there a better country to grow old in than France?
Is Marine Le Pen acting above the law or does she have a point?
Mean-spirited Danish Police have started fining motorists who flash their lights at oncoming cars to warn them of speed controls.
An Austrian judge has ordered the release of Dmytro Firtash, one of Ukraine's richest men who was detained earlier this week over alleged links to organised crime in Spain.
For some it might be a beacon of progress and modern efficiency, but there are many ways in which Germany is stuck in the past. Here's a selection of ways it can't move on from the 1980s.
"Leicester have sullied the fairytale which enchanted the world."
As many as 35,000 Danish Vikings moved to England to start a new life between 800AD and 900AD, a new study has estimated, with the researcher likening them to economic migrants today.
US President Donald Trump's demand for NATO allies to boost defence spending is driving an election-year dispute between Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and their centre-left challengers led by Martin Schulz.
OPINION: Jim Walch, an American living in Sweden, reflects on immigration and his adopted country.
A video of two Lidl employees tormenting women they had trapped in a recycling container has sparked debate over racism in Italy.
Police have launched an investigation after two Jewish men, wearing kippas, said they were attacked with a hacksaw following a heated exchange with their attackers in the Paris suburbs.
The Danish smartphone start-up which hoped take on Apple and Samsung with its ID1 phone has filed for bankruptcy just a year after launch.
France is in the stone age of mobile internet connections, at least by European standards.
A leaked EU document suggests that Brits across the EU will face fallout due to the UK's treatment of foreigners after the Brexit vote - and Berlin is stalling on its own position.
If you thought Austrian food was all Wiener Schnitzel and Sachertorte then think again. The Local takes you on a mouth-watering tour of some of the country’s not so famous but equally tasty culinary delights.
One doctor had a colleague clock in on his behalf while he worked a second job as a hotel chef, police video footage revealed.
Phone makers will seek to seduce new buyers with artificial intelligence functions and other innovations at the world's biggest mobile fair starting Monday in Spain.
There are now 318,500 people travelling in from other countries to work in Switzerland.
Spain’s interior ministry is considering using unmanned miniature aircraft to patrol weak spots along the border fence at its north African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla.
Last year China became Germany’s most important trading partner, knocking the US off the top spot.
Less than a month after a maternity unit shut down in Sollefteå and inspired a course teaching women to give birth in a car, the first baby has been born on the roadside.
More than 130 Turkish diplomats, soldiers and their family members have sought refuge in Germany since last July's failed coup, according to German government data in documents seen by AFP on Friday.
A misinterpretation of a dialect word in a wiretap led to the wrongful conviction.
People in Sweden's western hub like to party and socialize, according to a new study. Stockholm was a close second.
Moving abroad can be a big adjustment for anyone - and it's even harder when the move wasn't your choice. So how do you help your children settle in when your family makes the move? One Swedish startup is helping to answer this question.
Fake news in some form or another has been around for longer than we thought, it seems.
A 48-year-old man from Edinburgh was tragically hit and killed by an Austrian Intercity train as he waited on the platform at Grillgasse station in Vienna’s Simmering district.
Do French children's books give you the creeps?
You can't fight the rhythm.
The number of people who died on German roads in 2016 was the lowest in six decades.
But it was Corsica that dominated the top of the rankings. Here are the "top ten beaches" in the country.
The drama surrounding the An'Nour mosque takes another turn.
In Ponzano, a small hamlet in central Italy, a landslide is slowly tearing the ground in two, moving at a rate of about one metre a day but unstoppable, according to the experts.
Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon has picked up new backing in the rollercoaster French presidential race.
More than 17,000 ducks will be culled in Spain after a highly contagious bird flu strain that has affected poultry throughout Europe was detected at a farm.
Two German archaeologists have been kidnapped in Kaduna state, northern Nigeria, police said on Thursday, stoking fears of more abductions in a region hit by rising violence.
Thursday was exceptionally warm in Switzerland with many places across the country seeing temperatures of around 20 degrees, breaking previous records for the month of February.
The mayor of Naples has hit out at Napoli's president, claiming an upcoming Champions League clash against Real Madrid would not be possible without the city's commitment to repair the decrepit San Paolo stadium.
The pair have been convicted of failing to comply with anti-money laundering requirements.
Will this be enough to silence the doubters?
"I hope the auction bidding will go very high."
"These are people we have been able to identify who can be linked to intelligence services of foreign powers."
Switzerland's Lara Gut's World Ski Championships on home snow in St Moritz were cut short because of a serious knee injury.
The protester yelled "Marine, Pretend Feminist".
Loving and living in another country doesn't mean you love your own any less, so why have expat voters been left without a voice, asks Pat Eggleton, a Brit in Sicily.
Austria's Health Minister, Sabine Oberhauser, has died after a long battle with cancer.
The storm which rocked the UK earlier this week has finally made its way to Sweden, bringing fast winds and snowfall with it.
If you love pork, you'll love this Swedish recipe for pork chops with apple and sage stuffing.