Swedish Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings were charged with violent conduct on Monday over two incidents in Saturday's 1-1 draw.
Despite scores of MPs jumping ship the Republicans party has finally decided to back their man.
Berlin announced on Monday that it had sacked the head of its long-delayed new airport, replacing him within hours with a trusted bureaucrat.
Danish wind power giant Vestas has announced the extension of factories in two locations in Denmark.
Fillon accused of going all Trump after his comments on autism and bizarrely accusing TV stations of reporting his wife's suicide. Not to mention the rest.
An extremist group accused of attacks at refugee homes and against left-leaning politicians is on trial starting this week, facing charges of terrorism.
He has been wanted in France since September.
Teens in Rinkeby told Danish radio they were offered money by a Russian TV crew in exchange for 'action' on camera, the journalist who interviewed them has told The Local.
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Copenhageners will no longer have to worry about pollution from buses exhausts clogging up their streets, after the city’s municipality confirmed the end of the road for outdated vehicles.
A wildfire raged out of control in the heart of Ibiza Town forcing several homes to be evacuated and blocking roads.
The ads show painfully thin models in "degrading" poses.
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Austria's OMV said that it is buying a 24.99-percent stake in one of Russia's biggest gas fields for $1.85 billion.
Norwegian immigration minister Sylvi Listhaug had a strong response to a Facebook commentator who said she wore a cross necklace for political gain, calling it a “shameful” attack.
Former German retail tycoon Anton Schlecker went on trial Monday, five years after his drugstore chain collapsed, accused of having stashed away millions in corporate assets before the bankruptcy.
Britain's decision to leave the bloc should be good news for Italian business, writes consultant and writer Jean Moncrieff - but the key word is 'should'.
For many foreigners in Germany, a defining cultural breakthrough involves summoning up the courage to bare it all in the sauna. But not all Germans are comfortable showing their bodies either.
Chancellor Angela Merkel called for calm on Monday in an escalating dispute with Turkey, a day after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan labelled a German ban on rallies by his ministers "Nazi practices".
Norway, which already boasts the world's highest number of electric cars per capita, said Monday that electric or hybrid cars represented half of new registrations in the country so far this year.
Poland only allows abortions in a limited set of scenarios. So for many women faced with unwanted pregnancies, Germany has become a safe solution.
Film writer Peter Larkin reviews 'The Sacrifice' (1986), a Swedish film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.
A speeding car narrowly missed crashing into a Guardia Civil patrol car filling up at a petrol station in southeastern Spain.
Italy is getting older, with tens of thousands more deaths than births in 2016.
And last night around 100 trucks got stuck on the motorway in the icy conditions.
The winds will reach up to 150km/hr in Brittany.
Juppé blasts Fillon's "obstinacy" for creating a "mess" for the French right.
The Danish foreign ministry has announced that it is to provide over seven million Danish kroner ($1 million) to a UN team collecting evidence of war crimes in Syria.
A man is being treated in hospital after claiming to have been bitten by a venomous rattlesnake that he came across in a Madrid park.
US President Donald Trump was a top theme at Basel’s Morgestraich event on Monday morning.
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Hollande vowed he'd "do everything" to stop Le Pen becoming president.
The canton of St Gallen is planning to build a theme park style attraction based around the famous Heidi story by Johanna Spyri, set to open in 2020.
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The case that has gripped France may have just been solved.
"Series about narcos have turned my father into a hero and given young people the idea that it is cool to be a drug trafficker," said the son of the infamous drug lord.
The heads of continental Europe's biggest economies meet in the gilded splendour of the Palace of Versailles on Monday, seeking ways of strengthening an EU facing Britain's exit and mounting populism.
Italian premier Paolo Gentiloni is meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande - whose two countries are often described as the European Union's "engine" - as well as Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Danish social and children’s minister Mai Mercado wants children with bilingual backgrounds to be given Danish language tests at the age of two.
Strong winds threw several people overboard.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at Germany on Sunday for blocking rallies in support of him ahead of a vote on boosting his powers, likening the ban to "Nazi practices".
Fractious talks ended with the agreement of a "clear agenda" to seek to end Syria's war.
Liberal MEP Cecilia Wikström is in charge of steering reforms of the EU's asylum policy.
International watchdog Global Witness has accused Glencore of paying more than $75 million to a scandal-hit Israeli businessman.
The naval mine is to be detonated by the Swedish Armed Forces on Monday.
Who are the biggest fans of Gothenburg? David and Rob Griffith-Jones, two British brothers running an online visitors' guide to Sweden's second city, are definitely two of them.