Emmanuel Macron will likely face blows from left and right in tonight's historic live TV debate.
The western city of Bochum is aiming to become a pioneer for Germany in high-speed internet, promising nearly all residents lightning speed rates by the end of 2018.
Pet goldfish let out into the wild in and around Munich are quickly forming into shoals and starving out the indigenous fish.
Turkish authorities have detained three people linked to last year's deadly attack on a Berlin Christmas market, local media reported Monday, saying the suspects were headed to Europe.
The Danish government is set to drop plans to try children as young as 12 years of age in a special youth court for minors.
Swedes are (still) among the world's ten happiest nations, according to the new edition of an annual report which this year shows a power shift among the Scandinavian countries.
Marine Le Pen won't win the French presidency in 2017. But 2022 might be a different matter altogether.
A seventh patient of Italian surgeon Paolo Macchiarini, who was fired from a Swedish university over accusations of misconduct, has died.
UPDATED: An Italian TV show has been cancelled after an episode suggesting Eastern Europe women were "always sexy" and "forgive cheating".
It was no presidential weather in Berlin, but grey and wet. However the old and new Heads of State were in good spirits as the German Presidency was officially handed over on Sunday.
Even people in Berlin haven't heard of this north German town less than three hours away. But it has a lot to offer, including better paid teaching jobs than in the capital, says Canadian writer Shelley Pascual.
Ten people were injured after a volcanic explosion at the Sicily volcano.
Berlin has been puzzling over a series of cases in which six unrelated women were attacked at night by a man on a bike, at least four of whom were sprayed with battery acid. But what would move someone to commit such a crime against random strangers?
For French language day, we take a look at what's next for the French language.
Several Catholic priests as well as nuns and brothers were charged with participating in the 1994 Rwanda genocide that killed around 800,000 people.
Denmark’s foreign minister Anders Samuelsen is seeking clarification from the Turkish government after Danish citizens of Turkish extraction said they were concerned about being denounced to the Turkish government for treason.
The ministers discussed plans to ramp up efforts to curb migration from Libya.
If you've got kids in France who like to cycle - get them a helmet ASAP.
After an artist was found stabbed to death in her own home in Berlin's Kreuzberg district, police have released photos of her suspected murderer.
Temperatures in the Swiss canton of Ticino reached 25.2 degrees on Sunday, making it the first ‘summer’ day of the year... and it's only just spring.
The demonstrators gathered to oppose a push for a referendum on Catalan independence.
Catalonia's separatist government on Sunday again urged Spain's central government to let it hold a legal referendum on independence like the one Scotland staged in 2014 with London's approval.
A Tensta resident who photographed locals freeing a fire engine stuck in the mud has told The Local the viral picture is more representative of the suburb than reports of crime and stone throwing.
A Swede who founded a company which helps international professionals integrate in Sweden has been named one of 2017's Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Denmark can no longer claim the title of world’s happiest country after being knocked off its perch by Norway – but Danes remain close on the tail of their northern neighbours on the list.
Did someone's partner come home unannounced? Or was it someone's parents?
"Rome has turned into an open-air zoo, with wild animals, pigs and rats going undisturbed in urban areas, putting the safety of citizens in serious danger," said the head of a consumer rights group.
Oskar Freysinger, the vice-president of the Swiss People’s Party (SVP), who was elected to the Valais government four years ago on a wave of support, lost his seat on Sunday.
One too many croissants for this thief...?
A report has named Norway the world’s happiest country for the first time, taking the title from Scandinavian neighbour Denmark.
Jason Diakité – perhaps better known by his rap artist name Timbuktu – has decided to stop being half.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe issued a staunch joint defence of free trade on Sunday, as the United States pushes towards greater protectionism.
"After some calm days, migrants are arriving in large numbers."
Man who sparked panic at Orly airport had taken drugs and drunk alcohol.
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday warned that Germany could ban future campaign events by Turkish politicians on its soil unless Ankara stopped "Nazi" jibes aimed at Berlin.
Alitalia said two in five of its domestic and international flights are cancelled on Monday.
A crusading anti-Mafia priest on Sunday called for the feared organized crime mob to reveal where it has buried the bodies of its numerous victims.
More than 10,000 people turned out under rainy skies for the Women’s March Zurich on Saturday.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, who faces a grilling by an Italian anti-mafia commission, on Saturday angrily denied claims he knowingly met bosses of a feared organized crime group.
Emergency services battled a blaze on board a boat moored in central Gothenburg which may have gas on board.
Police fired tear gas at hooded demonstrators in Paris on Sunday as thousands marched against "police brutality".
Roger Federer claimed a record-equalling fifth ATP Indian Wells Masters title on Sunday.
Veteran former world champion surfer Tom Carroll says Arctic surfing in Norway is a challenge that ‘pushes the limit’.
"This is an issue which is above party politics and positions. It affects the foundations of our society."
‘I always say I’m a west coast girl and people remind me I’m from Sweden’: victory for Swedish golfer in US
Swedish golfer Anna Nordqvist claimed a "special" victory at the LGPA Tour's Founder's Cup on Sunday to defeat three former champions and take her first win of 2017.
Meet the Indian engineer and artist bringing her culture to Sweden.
Sunburns and foot warts and lice, oh my! Here are 11 products every expat parent should keep in their medicine cabinet.