Imperial dreams are dark, lavish and now available online.
Almost all the staff at a notorious Vienna clinic where the Nazis killed hundreds of disabled children kept their jobs after 1945 and subjected other inmates to abuse and neglect.
Residents in the neglected suburbs around Paris are disillusioned and have more important issues than voting in the upcoming election.
Would Madrid punish Scotland to discourage secessionists within Catalonia? Or are the independence movements entirely different cases?
Namsai the three-year-old calf was parented by elephants gifted to Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf and Denmark's Queen Margrethe II.
The union that called for three days of strikes, causing scheduling headaches for Berlin travellers over the past week, has said it will not hold another walkout until at least Sunday evening.
Dozens of student protesters clashed with police on Tuesday at Rome's La Sapienza University, some throwing eggs and paint at officers.
"It can be assumed that other markets will be prioritized over the British one if the UK leaves the single market."
As expected François Fillon has been charged by magistrates investigating the "fake jobs" scandal.
The state of Saarland said on Tuesday it would ban foreign officials from holding election rallies on its soil amid a raging dispute with Turkey over campaigning for a pivotal referendum.
Police in Lower Saxony launched a major raid on Tuesday morning on the organization "German-speaking Islamic Circle", which officials believe to be a "hotspot for the radical Salafist scene".
Roll out the most grotesque caricature of a Frenchmen - stripey jumper, onions and beret in place - and before long he will utter a 'hon hon hon', but where did we get the idea that French people laugh like that?
The Justice Minister proposed a law on Tuesday that could see social networks such as Facebook slapped with heavy fines if they fail to wipe illegal hate speech from their sites.
Three men have been arrested in Turin for raping an underage girl under the pretext of carrying out sacred rites, local police said on Tuesday.
Prince Richard of Berleburg, brother-in-law to Denmark’s Queen Margrethe, has died at the age of 82, the royal family has announced.
What's the secret to taking a new business global? The Local talks to one Stockholm entrepreneur about how flexible office space became an 'integral part' of his company's international expansion.
A new Swedish study suggests that people who have children live longer than those who do not.
A farmer from northern Spain has gone on trial for the murder of American Denise Thiem, who went missing as she walked the pilgrimage route to Santiago.
The number of parks in some French cities will have Parisians green with envy.
Swedish Nordic Noir heroine Lisbeth Salander is returning to Hollywood and this time with an entirely new cast.
A sixth woman has reported being attacked in Berlin by a man on a bicycle with an unknown liquid after other women were similarly sprayed with acid. Now police have a more detailed description of the suspect.
The Swiss postal service is to pilot a drone delivery service to shuttle laboratory samples between two hospitals in the canton of Ticino.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers are entitled to ban workers from wearing headscarves in a move that could reignite Danish debate over the issue.
One-eyed bullfighter is gored twice causing his glass eye to pop out.
Could France open up a new front against the wearing of the Muslim headscarf?
An unofficial six-day strike in February led to widespread disruption and even violence.
The European Court of Justice ruled on Tuesday that employers may ban headscarves in the workplace in certain circumstances - an issue which has been heatedly debated in Germany in recent years.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan didn't appreciate Blick's call for Turks to vote no in the forthcoming Turkish referendum.
A Swedish citizen is among two UN experts missing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
A bill which would make torture a crime in Italy has been pending in parliament for over a year.
SAS cancelled all of its flights from Scandinavia to New York on Tuesday.
The Danish foreign ministry says that it helped 68 foreign companies invest directly in the country in 2016.
Three Swiss cities offer expats a quality of life that ranks among the world’s ten best, according to a survey.
Riverbeds burst their banks, roads flooded, and rain poured through the roofs of many a structure during Monday night as the southeast of Spain was lashed by storms.
A former safety official for Spain's state railway operator has been charged with homicide over a 2013 train derailment that left 80 people dead.
The team used techniques inspired by Jurassic Park to reconstruct the prints.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of backing terrorists, as new acrimony erupted between Turkey and its EU allies.
International festivals. Award-winning libraries. Picturesque book towns. There is plenty to appeal to book lovers visiting Norway, says our travel editor Marie Peyre.
The streets of Paris are about to look just a little different...
Two Norwegian ice hockey teams set a record early Monday for the longest ever match, playing for three and half hours with eight overtime periods.
A truck transporting around 600 kilos of hashish was stopped after crossing the Öresund bridge between Denmark and Sweden on March 1st, regional newspaper Sydsvenskan reports.
Joy Merwin Monteiro, an Indian post doc in Sweden, writes about his experience of immigration, integration and identity.
Nearly 18,000 people have applied for 250 jobs. Something tells us they won't struggle to fill those positions.