A 32-year-old woman died after having an abortion at a clinic in Santa Cruz de Bezana, Cantabria, and officials are trying to find out what happened.
Raja Makendran has just started to forge a career as a head chef in Sweden. Now, he is due to be deported because of a technicality, the Indian argues.
A bishop in Sicily has banned known mafia criminals from acting as godfathers at baptisms in churches in his diocese.
Some 2,400 staff will be made redundant, with others seeing hefty pay cuts.
The Swedish startup which crowdfunded a sustainable electric "car of the future" has announced it will produce its vehicles in a ground-breaking new facility manned by robots.
Carl I. Hagen, former leader of the nationalist Progress Party, wants to ban municipality employees in Oslo from wearing the hijab and other religious symbols.
Proven guilty "beyond a shadow of a doubt".
A new study shows that Germans are more satisfied with their lives now than at any point since reunification in 1990.
A Swede has used technology to produce a unique tribute to the transgender community by recording a duet featuring his voice before and after testosterone treatment.
French police suspect the pupil who opened fire at a high school in the south of France may have had help from his best friend.
For the first time, a Catalan court has convicted a man of so-called 'Catalanophobia' after he posted a derogatory tweet about Germanwings plane crash victims.
"Our little valley spoke to us like nowhere else had before and we both said together 'this is it!'" said Sarah Fopps, who set up a holiday rental business in Le Marche in 2007.
Did you know that Sweden devotes an entire day to celebrating collective labour agreements?
The EU Commission has issued a fine of €70 million to the Scandinavian airline for antitrust activity.
Around 200 people in a district in the north of Munich were ordered to leave their homes by Friday morning, after dangerous chemicals were found in a WWII munitions stockpile.
Greek authorities on Friday were trying to determine how a near-defunct militant group was able to sneak at least two parcel bombs through airport security, one of which exploded at the IMF offices in Paris.
The outbreak of the disease has been concentrated in some of the country's wealthiest urban centres.
What does it mean to have a local SI NFGL network – and how can one network, or indeed one student, change the world? Taha Haj Ahmad, a Master Student in Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University, shares how his experiences with the Lund SI network have changed him.
The Basque separatist group Eta plans to fully lay down its weapons by April 8th by providing the location of stockpiles, the head of the regional Basque government said on Friday.
With just over a year left until Sweden's next general election, the country's biggest opposition party appears to be in freefall, and could a bigger consequence be a shake-up in the alliances that define Swedish politics?
Thirty drivers on the Autobahn in Hesse have been reported to police by ambulance crews after they blocked their access to a serious accident, and then shouted insults at medics as they ran on foot to the scene.
Police investigating a shocking double murder in Paris on Friday.
See pictures and videos of the activity at Sicily's Mount Etna from Thursday's explosion to today.
Macron said he saw "a lot of common ground" with the chancellor.
And is it about builder safety or just plain old xenophobia?
Naqeeb Khan, executive member of the Danish Green Card Association, argues that, by constantly moving the goalposts on permanent residency, Denmark risks losing a vital segment of its skilled workforce.
Hundreds of people gathered in Uppsala to say their last goodbyes to Swedish statistics legend Hans Rosling, who passed away from cancer last month at the age of 68.
The controversial practice will now be outlawed in Spain, along with cropping ears, cutting vocal chords, and removing claws and teeth.
Flying this weekend with Air France? Better double check your flight details.
The Swiss people will get the final say on reforms to the pension system in a referendum on September 24th after parliament finally agreed upon a suite of changes.
Gare de Lyon in Paris is shutting up shop for a full 48 hours from Friday to Sunday to complete signalling works. Find out how your journey may be affected.
The Bavarian capital may well have a reputation inside Germany as being almost unaffordable, but it appears that all the haters are in the wrong profession.
Germany's defence minister called Friday for changes to the way NATO members' commitments to budget targets are assessed, in the face of bigger demands from US President Donald Trump.
The royal couple arrive today at 4pm. Here's what's in store.
And Zurich's not far behind...
No, your eyes do not deceive you: spring has arrived in Sweden, or at least in large parts of it.
Angela Merkel’s first in-person meeting on Friday with US President Donald Trump is one of the most anticipated visits the new American leader has had - and perhaps one of the Chancellor’s most crucial.
Germany could take the United States to court if Washington goes ahead with plans to tax imports, Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries said Friday, hours before Chancellor Angela Merkel's first meeting with Donald Trump.
The proportion of babies with non-Danish mothers has risen significantly over the last decade, says a report.
The Swiss justice office has refused four requests by Turkey for judicial cooperation over comments posted on social media platforms about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that he deemed offensive.
Paris is a city made for walking but some streets and avenues and boulevards are better to see by bike.
"We avoided the worst," said the education minister.
She was one of almost 50 people to bid on the lunch date.
Denmark’s public prosecutor has ruled that 20-year-old Chung Yoo-ra can be extradited to Seoul in connection with the corruption scandal that has toppled the Asian country’s president.
Coach Patrizia Panico has scored 110 goals for Italy herself.
The four people who died in a massive avalanche in the Tyrol region of Austria on Wednesday were from Switzerland, Swiss and Austrian media have reported.
The Italian Futurists celebrated technology, youth, and violence in their avant-garde works. Selena Daly, a professor and expert on the movement, explains its role in shaping Italian society.
Another scandal for the Fillon camp.
A Swede and an American working for the UN in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were investigating allegations of soldiers murdering civilians when they were kidnapped.
Sweden's defence minister was one of the passengers on a plane evacuated over a bomb threat, local media reported, though police said the threat was a hoax.
It's spring! Right...? Let's at least pretend it is and try this cloudberry ice cream. Recipe courtesy of food writer John Duxbury.