Spain's anti-corruption prosecutor on Friday allowed former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato to remain free and without judicial supervision despite a jail sentence of four years and six months for embezzlement.
French air traffic controllers are at it again.
A Swedish report on the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in the country has sparked debate, with a number of researchers disputing its conclusions.
Ryanair has settled a landmark case with an ex-air stewardess in Norway who described the company's working conditions like being on a "slave contract".
Where do they live, what do they do and how much do they contribute?
Brits in Europe say they're being ignored by their own government.
Good news if you're in Gothenburg or the south of Sweden: some of Sweden's best coffee is in your region, according to experts.
33 other areas of Italy are also at risk.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is planning to hold her first meeting with US President Donald Trump in Washington on March 14, a German government source told AFP Friday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a new agreement with Tunisia on tackling illegal migration during a visit Friday, following tensions over the case of the Tunisian suspect in the Berlin market attack.
Outgoing President Joachim Gauck criticized US President Donald Trump in an interview on Friday, saying the American leader is calling into question what the US and Europe have worked towards together.
Ankara has gone ballistic at Berlin once again, but what is all the fuss about this time?
You can forget about spring for now.
The ad is starting to gather steam on YouTube with more than 125,000 views in a few days.
Best of all, visitors can take the tulips home to keep.
Americans and other non-EU citizens who already have job offers in Germany must also have their positions approved by the government. But 27,000 were not so lucky last year, according to a new report.
The Italian activist had a message for Amatrice's children and for Italy's government.
Sweden's Foreign Minister Margot Wallström was to hold a telephone meeting with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Friday afternoon, newspaper Aftonbladet reported, citing unnamed sources.
Jack Norheim never thought he would ever see his cat again after the pet disappeared from his family's home near Skellefteå in 2008. But then he suddenly got an unexpected phone call.
A group participating in this weekend’s Brandons de Payerne carnival intend to wear burkinis and parade alongside a float designed as a swimming pool.
Pollution from 2.6 million Volkswagen cars sold in Germany between 2008 and 2015, manipulated to seem less polluting than they were, will cause 1,200 premature deaths in Europe, a study into the health impacts of the fraud said Friday.
Rights group Amnesty International has slammed Denmark for discriminating against its transgender population, forcing them to undergo psychological evaluations in decisions about their bodies despite law changes aimed at protecting them.
The University of Oslo has decided to bow out of its collaboration with Norwegian authorities to assess the age of unaccompanied minors seeking asylum, citing ethical reasons.
Some 120 diners celebrating a baptism at a restaurant in northwestern Spain last weekend upped sticks just before dessert was served and ran off without paying.
A small southwest German town said it had received a bomb threat on Friday, a day after blocking a rally by Turkey's justice minister to promote a referendum on expanding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers.
Mélanie can do it!
...in the population make-up, we mean.
A man has been found guilty by Switzerland’s highest court of threatening behaviour and violating the law on weapons after he threatened to kill a farmer’s cows.
Marijuana is the most-consumed illegal drug in Germany, but as of this month cannabis now has expanded medical and legal allowances. And this makes doctors as well as patients happy.
How long can Fillon survive as his allies and supporters desert him?
In Italy, most doctors refuse to carry out abortions on moral grounds.
You don't have to do something massive to make the world a better place. You can start small. NFGL members in Linköping share their projects, and advice for future potential NFGL scholarship students.
The man was travelling on a high-speed train between Barcelona and Girona when he reportedly began shouting in French and Arabic that he was carrying a bomb.
Two migrants died in a fire at a migrant camp in Foggia, southern Italy, on Thursday night.
Denmark’s ambassador to Iran has been summoned by the foreign ministry in Tehran after at least six people broke into its diplomatic mission in Copenhagen, taking down the Islamic Republic’s flag and putting up offensive placards.
Pope Francis will meet with the leaders of all EU nations at the Vatican on March 24th ahead of the bloc's special summit in Rome, Vatican sources said on Thursday.
The numbers attempting to cross the Mediterranean in tough winter conditions are continuing to rise.
The local mayor said the ban was to prevent "security and waste problems", but charities are outraged.
The most remarkable twist in an unpredictable French election race could actually happen.
Noisy, over-crowded and dull? Not so! One blogger tells The Local about the brighter side of Geneva.
Mehmet Murat Dogan from Lund University shares his reflections from last week's NFGL Slow Fashion event in Borås.
The phone industry's largest annual trade fair, the Mobile World Congress which wrapped up in Barcelona on Thursday, was dominated by fast-charging phone batteries, virtual reality and connected objects, from toothbrushes to cars.
Spanish football breathed a sigh of relief after a CT scan on Fernando Torres revealed the Atletico Madrid striker suffered no traumatic brain injuries in a sickening on-field clash on Thursday.
Danish toy maker is honouring real-life heroines -- five women pioneers for the US space agency NASA.
Police are appealing for help to identify the body of a woman pulled out of Lake Brienz in 2014.
Turkey's justice minister said Thursday he scrapped a visit to Germany after authorities there blocked a rally promoting a referendum that could expand President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers.
A near-record 318 people and organisations are in the running for this year's Nobel Peace Prize, the Nobel Institute said on Thursday, a motley crew believed to include Syria's White Helmets, Donald Trump and Pope Francis.
A new report claims that more Germans are poor now than at any time since reunification. But some experts have dismissed the numbers as "not serious and stupid".
Spotify now has 50 million paying subscribers, growing by ten million in less than six months.
No hazardous objects have been found on a passenger plane which was evacuated and searched by a bomb squad at Stockholm's Arlada airport.
Almond tuiles are tasty, elegant and easy to make. Interested? Then food writer John Duxbury has the perfect recipe for you.