A Swiss man will go on trial this month on allegations he sexually abused more than 80 boys, some as young as nine.
The 19-year-old suspect in a double murder case that chilled Germany this week confessed to both crimes, describing in an emotionless "ice cold" manner the frustration that led to his violence.
It's the little things all added up that makes France so unique.
Three people have been remanded in custody on suspicion of murdering a man and a woman in the Hallonbergen area of the suburb Sundbyberg, north of Stockholm.
An Austrian town on Friday banned a rally which a senior official from Turkey's ruling AKP party was set to attend, in a growing international row over the country's referendum campaign.
The US army is looking to station more troops in a new base in northern Germany, a part of the country they do not currently have a presence in.
A satirical Carnival float showing the British Prime Minister with a ‘Brexit’ gun in her mouth is set to become an iconic new addition to a Unite for Europe campaign.
A Russian employee of train maker Bombardier Transportation was remanded in custody in Stockholm on Friday on suspicion of bribery, Sweden's public prosecution agency said.
What's the real motivation of the Moliere clause?
After a marathon sitting lasting the whole week, the German parliament (Bundestag) agreed upon a law on Friday that will relax restrictions on video surveillance in shops, stadiums and stations.
A doctor has warned people not to eat fresh chicken in Sweden, after an unusually high number of people have been struck with campylobacter bacteria.
At its national conference, Norway’s governing Høyre party announced that it plans to scrap a mandatory airline tax connected to last year's closure of Oslo Rygge Airport.
A tornado hit the small town of Kürnach in northern Bavaria late on Thursday afternoon, damaging the roofs of dozens of houses.
The German parliament (Bundestag) late on Thursday passed a law to make it easier for non-EU academics to study or research in Germany if they're already in another European country.
A leaked report has revealed the true extent of the Spanish government’s fears over the negative impact that Brexit could have on Spain.
NFGL members don't just study in Sweden - they live here, experiencing many things they've never seen or done before. Ahmed Abbas Mohammed shares his unique experiences in Luleå, in the far north of Sweden.
NFGL member Ivanna Read tells SI News about the March 3rd study visit to the MAX IV Laboratory and Ideon Science Park near Lund.
Survivors of the terror attack on the island of Utøya near Oslo on July 22nd 2011, in which far-right extremist Anders Breivik killed 69 people, have not received sufficient psychological support in the years since the massacre, says a new report.
The whole of Spain is set for a sun-drenched weekend as temperatures soar into the late 20s and are even expected to peak above 30C in the southeast.
Another high-profile robbery in a wealthy part of Paris.
Spanish energy giant Repsol announced that it had made a massive discovery in Alaska.
March 12th marks the 71st anniversary of Anne Frank's death. Thanks to her intimate diary, the world still knows about her life in hiding. But few know the tragic story of her life after being captured.
Industrial action has grounded almost every single flight into and out of Berlin on Friday, the latest in an ongoing dispute. Here's what you need to know if you have been affected or if you're flying soon.
Swedish folk pop sisters First Aid Kit have condemned sexual violence in a startingly direct song far from their typically melodic sound.
The killing of two people in a Basel cafe on Thursday night was not terrorism-related, police have said.
It will almost feel like spring has arrived in the eastern part of Denmark this weekend, although the north-west will have to wait a little longer.
The parish priest from the Galician town of Cuntis has apologised for his “misguided” carnival costume which saw him posing on a float as the Playboy founder along with men dressed as Playboy bunnies.
The old funicular will provide an emergency link to the mountain village of Bristen, cut off since Sunday by a landslide.
First Dan Carter is caught drink driving in Paris then another Kiwi player is busted for cocaine in the French capital.
A joke party has become a way of expressing real political dissatisfaction in Italy.
Traces of DNA found at the scene of a double murder in the canton of Bern on December 15th 2015 match those found in the office of a Zurich psychiatrist killed in 2010 – also on December 15th.
Police on Thursday night arrested the 19-year-old suspect behind the murder of a nine-year-old boy - leading them to the discovery of yet another body. Here's what we know so far.
Danish people have become consistently mere generous over the last four year when it comes to donating money to refugees, a new survey shows.
Thousands of Berliners are facing travel misery after ground crews at both the German capital's airports started striking early on Friday morning, leading to hundreds of flight cancellations.
No other similarly sized nation in Europe has such demographic deserts.
Can we expect bicycle strikes in the near future?
Brits have EU citizenship - and they shouldn't lose their rights, said EU negotiator Guy Verhofstadt.
Switzerland on Thursday rejected a request from Zurich authorities to cancel a weekend visit by Turkey's foreign minister over security concerns, after several German regions blocked rallies backing a Turkish referendum.
Worries over the state of the national economy, job security, and low salaries led expat women to rank Italy the second-worst place in the world to work.
Investigators Thursday voiced caution over claims that a dispute over family gold led to the gruesome murder of a couple and their two children in western France.
Two men shot dead two people and seriously injured a third on Thursday at a cafe in Basel, north-west Switzerland, police said as they hunt for the suspects.
Hundreds of air travellers from Sweden will feel the impact of strikes in Germany and Finland on Friday as the operator of Stockholm and Gothenburg airports warns of cancellations.
An axe-wielding attacker suffering from mental health problems injured nine people at the main train station in the German city of Düsseldorf late on Thursday.
Catholic priests have to take a vow of celibacy when they join the Church.
This was the second tragedy of its kind in just over four months.
Watch the Swedish Armed Forces dispose of a 1930s naval mine found in the Stockholm archipelago.
Swedish food writer John Duxbury's recipe for fish soup with wild garlic is perfect for a warm lunch on a cold March day.