Former supporters of scandal-hit François Fillon are jumping from the sinking ship in growing numbers.
The first original German series on Netflix promises to bring mystery and suspense to the streaming platform next winter.
Secularism in France rears its head again.
Two further people are missing after the avalanche.
A high school in the western city of Wuppertal has come under fire after a letter was circulated stating that teachers should take down names of Muslim students found praying at school.
Confused as to why Sweden has brought back conscription? Here's everything you need to know.
Two trams collided in central Gothenburg on Thursday afternoon.
After police and politicians hailed the pair who shot the Berlin market attacker, social media posts emerged which suggested the officers admired fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.
A German man caught for drink-driving twice in one night surprised police by confessing to a murder he committed a quarter of a century ago, authorities said on Thursday.
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German local authorities on Thursday blocked rallies by Turkish ministers aimed at promoting a referendum that would expand President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers, citing capacity problems.
If you want to meet Germans with the most new ideas, head south. Data on patent applications for 2016 suggests that the clean Alpine air is good for the brain.
Your daily bike ride across Paris will soon feel a little different.
All women will be able to enjoy free entry to Italy's museums and cultural sites on March 8th, International Women's Day.
Living in Småland and wondering what all the fuss about the first Thursday in March is? Here's everything you need to know about the increasingly popular "fössta tossdan i mass" celebration.
Boeing has filed a lawsuit against Denmark for not giving it access to documents it claims unfairly led to the American aerospace giant losing out on a contract to replace the country’s aging fighter jet fleet.
Polls show Germans generally wouldn’t vote Republican, and the vast majority don't support US President Donald Trump. So for American immigrants in Germany who do, it can make for some difficult conversations.
From now on, the race for the Elysée starts to get serious.
Authorities sought to reassure people living on the banks of Valira River after its waters turned a vivid green on Thursday.
It is the first time the court has condemned Italy for human rights violation in a domestic violence case.
From beer to Easter festivities, here's how you can welcome in the spring this March.
A team of firefighters came to the rescue of a five-year-old girl who was clinging to the window sill of her seventh floor flat in Alicante after being left home alone.
Young people in Switzerland are increasingly rejecting smoking and drugs, but still enjoy drinking alcohol, according to a new survey.
One out of six Norwegians has an immigrant background, new data from Statistics Norway showed on Thursday, while also noting that the Nordic country in 2016 received the lowest percentage increase of immigrants in 15 years.
A children's Carnival celebration in a Rhineland town has caused outcry among parents after merchandise advertising a brothel were thrown out to kids along with candy and goodies.
You can take the Swede out of Sweden, but you can never take their fika. Hanna Månsson writes about what happened when she brought the concept to her London office.
Le Pen's tweets included an image of the beheaded US journalist James Foley.
The Center Party of Sweden was founded on March 2, 1913. So who are they? We spoke with party secretary Michael Arthursson to learn more about the party, its history, and its beliefs.
The Sweden women's national football team has launched a new line of matchday shirts featuring phrases by feminist figures instead of players' names.
Each year between 2011 and 2015, electricity providers cut off power to at least 300,000 German households who could no longer afford to pay their bills, the government revealed on Thursday.
German police on Thursday arrested two Syrians and a Bosnian for alleged offences in jihadist groups active in war-torn Syria, including the execution of three dozen civilians.
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While the fact that Switzerland speaks German, French and Italian is well known, did you know about Romansh? Here's what you need to know about Switzerland's fourth official language.
Sweden's youngsters are becoing more strict in their attitudes towards alcohol – unlike their older counterparts – a new study shows.
"From our deep pain of loss, we have gained the strength to react," said one of the antimafia campaigners behind the idea.
Demonstrators marking the 10-year anniversary of the Copenhagen youth house riots clashed with police late on Wednesday, resulting in at least nine arrests.
A bishop in the Canary Islands said the drag queen performing as the Virgin Mary and Jesus on the cross was “even more upsetting” than the Spanair plane crash in which 154 people died.
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A Norwegian news site has launched a new feature to try to sift out the number of trolls commenting on its articles by having readers take a quiz on the story before they can vent their opinions about it.
France is the most popular destination of Swiss living abroad, according to new figures.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel starts a two-day trip to Egypt and Tunisia on Thursday, part of her push to limit migrant flows to Europe through North Africa, especially chaos-torn Libya.
Still cold where you are? All the more the reason to start planning the upcoming spring. We have picked ten events all around Sweden between March and May you should not miss.
Farmers are hardly inspired by the choice for the the next French president.
The soldiers likely died in the Second World War during the Allied Invasion of Italy.
Gareth Bale complained he had been harshly treated after the first red card of his Real Madrid career cost the European champions in a thrilling 3-3 draw at home to Las Palmas on Wednesday.
The secret service in Bavaria have been called in to deal with a most unusual case - the suspicion that Scientologists have too much power in one of Munich's most famous state art galleries.
From schools to the suburbs, here's more details on Emmanuel Macron's plan for France.
German pro-migrant groups Wednesday urged Chancellor Angela Merkel's government to respect its pledge under an EU deal and take in its share of refugees still stuck in Greece or Italy.
The jogger found possessions of one of the family members - three hours from where the woman was last seen.
Apparently German postmen got bored of the traditional mail truck.
Marie Collins, who was raped by a hospital chaplain at 13, accused Vatican officials of "shameful" blocking of reforms.
Malmö District Court jailed the woman and her two adult sons for fraud after the elder brother pretended to be mentally disabled for more than a decade to receive social benefits.
Did you know you can study at Malmö University, no matter where in the world you are? The Local finds out more about the school's 'Glocal classroom' concept and how it brings a top education to your doorstep.
Sweden's government has formally announced that it is bringing back conscription.