The father of the Germanwings co-pilot, who prosecutors concluded crashed a plane in the French Alps in 2015, claims his son is innocent. Does he have a case?
A new survey of how German businesses communicate shows that a large majority still admit to using the Cold War-era technology - and quite frequently, too.
A Scandinavian Airlines flight from Munich to Oslo was forced to make an emergency landing after an engine began to malfunction.
A saga that has gripped Austria of a small dog spun to death in a washer-dryer took a shock twist Friday when the owner sensationally confessed to being the killer.
In response to a TV programme which debated the appeal of Eastern European women, actress and director Maria Beatrice Alonzi describes why woman-on-woman sexism needs to stop.
A Tripoli court has suspended a deal between Libya and Italy to limit irregular migration to Europe, the unity government's justice ministry said.
Norway’s government has pledged 100 million kroner ($11.8 million) for cleaning up the world’s seas as part of a new maritime policy.
This may be a bitter pill to swallow, but many expats live in Germany despite the people, not because of them. So how do we change this?
The National Hockey League will stage two competitive games in Stockholm next November to mark the 100th anniversary of the NHL.
Toot toot, here we go.
The last thing anyone wants to have posted through their mailbox is famously smelly surströmming.
A new report predicts that this year Germany will see a record high in its working population to reach nearly 45 million people in a "job boom", as German media call it.
Putin stressed that the Kremlin does not meddle in French politics.
Gina Lollobrigida, the iconic Italian actress, has lost her court battle to prove she was tricked into marrying her former Spanish boyfriend, who is 34 years her junior.
The German parliament has at last passed measures to create a new toll for the Autobahn, after years of heated debate with Brussels over its "discrimination" towards non-Germans. But now that it's becoming a reality, here's what it actually means for you.
Denmark’s PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen will meet American President Donald Trump at the White House next week, the Prime Minister’s Office has confirmed.
A 24-year-old from Oviedo, who has made a name for himself as a YouTube star, has gone too far with his latest stunt.
Francois Hollande scoffed at the suggestion.
The highest temperature is estimated to be 20 degrees celsius in the southwest.
Will expected record abstention levels help or hinder Marine Le Pen in the race to the Elysée?
Architect Santiago Calatrava presented his ideas to a Geneva committee this month.
It looks like spring has arrived – next week will see warm weather along with the return of lighter evenings.
Spain has been transformed into a democratic laboratory, where the participation and use of new communication strategies are ready for experimentation and innovation.
The trial of three men in Sweden charged in connection with the alleged rape of a woman in an Uppsala apartment which witnesses said was live streamed on Facebook has got under way.
German confectionary giant Haribo plans to open its first US factory in Wisconsin by 2020, the maker of gummy bears said in a statement Friday.
Five NFGL members studying in Skövde share what it's like, and how studying in Sweden has inspired them to make change in the future.
Everything you need to know about how Rome will be guarded this weekend from the 'double threat' of protesters and possible terror attacks. From snipers to surveillance, and how transport will be affected.
A German man who has been essentially living at a Sao Paulo airport after he ran out of money to fly home, now faces deportation as well as accusations that he attacked at least seven women.
On Thursday police recovered a corpse from the river Elbe in Hamburg, saying that it is probably that of Timo Kraus, Hamburg SV's marketing boss.
Justice minister Simonetta Sommaruga has said Switzerland’s membership of Schengen is vital in the fight against international terrorism and that those who seek to end the Schengen agreement are “irresponsible”.
Going to a French wedding? Read this first.
Two years to the day after the deadly Germanwings crash in the French Alps, the father of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz will hold a press conference Friday to dispute that his son deliberately downed the plane.
The Italian police unit tasked with combating art crime has uncovered several rare Roman coins and other historical artefacts from a private residence.
Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian jumps on the Macron train, sources say.
The pilot of a crashed Messerschmidt found buried in a northern Jutland field earlier this month has been identified. He was 19 years old.
Lucerne train station will remained closed over the weekend after a derailment on Wednesday caused more damage to the tracks than initially thought.
A prominent English supporters group has hit out at the unsavoury chanting of some travelling fans during the national side's 1-0 loss away to Germany in their friendly international.
A Tunisian man resident in France who was arrested for driving a car at a crowd of people in Belgium on Thursday had not been previously flagged up as radicalised, a French investigation source said.
A Swedish hotel chain is offering all couples a refund – but only if they get divorced within a year of their stay.
A Spanish NGO operating rescue boats which discovered the drifting dinghies said it was a "black day".
Spain arrested 14 people and seized more than three million doses of banned growth hormones in a crackdown on trafficking of performance-enhancing drugs in sports, officials said on Thursday.
In a new report, Sweden's Ombudsman for Children details the difficulty experienced by children during their asylum process in Sweden.
Geneva-based Eurovision wants to ease a political flap clouding the competition.
Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu met with his Swiss counterpart Didier Burkhalter on Thursday.
When Audrey Fielding first came to Puglia, she was expecting "a barren landscape", based on what she's heard and read. Instead, she found vibrant towns, chatty locals, a rich culture and delicious food that kept her coming back year after year.
Sweden is to get a new government agency tasked with improving socially deprived areas and breaking structural inequality.
This classic Swedish almond cake is perfect with coffee. Or just more cake.