The Paris mayor has ordered a cleanliness blitz.
A Norwegian student who earns money by selling revealing photos of herself could be asked to leave her school after a file was opened to assess her behaviour.
On Sunday the Alternative for Germany (AfD) barely scraped into the state parliament in Saarland. One expert told The Local that this could mark the beginning of the end for the upstart party.
Early on in Donald Trump's American presidency, Germans still hold relatively negative views of the US leader, a poll released on Monday revealed.
Sweden is still waiting for their next Zlatan, writes AFP's Hugues Honore. Will they ever find him?
Easter holidays, sorted.
Denmark’s minister for integration Inger Støjberg has said that she was surprised by the reaction to a picture she posted on Facebook that celebrated immigration curbs with a cake and that she was unlikely to make a similar public post in future.
A Pakistani man was convicted in Germany on Monday of spying for Iran to search out potential attack targets for the Revolutionary Guards.
A prosecutor has charged a Syrian man with terror offences, alleging that he started a fire at a Malmö community centre in order to spread fear in the name of Isis.
A panel advising Pope Francis on child protection has called on the Vatican to react "directly and compassionately" to letters from victims of clerical sex abuse, reviving an issue that unleashed a storm just weeks ago.
Cantábrico, a new feature-length nature documentary, is released in cinemas across Spain on Friday and it promises to show you Spain as you have never seen it before.
"When I take the metro in Paris, I stay away from the edge. I'm terrified someone might give me a push."
France's presidential candidates quick to chime in on the matter.
Thieves stole a gold coin with a face value of almost €1 million and weighing 100 kilograms from Berlin's Bode Museum on Monday.
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Hollande said the final mission of his term would be to ensure that "populism, nationalism and extremism cannot win".
A new label on Danish meat products will encourage consumers to choose more animal-friendly, if expensive, products, industry representatives hope.
Pooches are turning deadly in Brittany.
A report on the most reputable "made-in-country" brands around the world shows that Germany comes out on top as most trusted.
A total of 19 buses in the capital have caught fire over the past year, with four incidents this month alone.
Two people were stuck on a mountain in Abisko near the border with Norway.
Three claims of fraud relate to the election that saw right-winger Oskar Freysinger sensationally ejected from his seat.
A new report on Monday found that Muslims living in Germany were about twice as likely to say they had helped refugees than Christians.
A portable toilet nearly led to an unsightly mess in the beautiful old town of Augsburg, after a group of youths caused an almighty blockage.
A 19-year-old woman has been hospitalized in serious condition after being run over by a carnival float in northern Italy.
...but you can expect a rainy weekend.
Tickets go on sale this week for the Caminito del Rey.
Several towns basked in the weekend sunshine, but temperatures are about to drop again.
They may not say hello on the bus or make small talk in supermarket queues, but Norwegians have their own way of being polite, say researchers.
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Researchers at Lausanne technology institute EPFL are calling for the public’s help to geo-locate archive photos of Switzerland in the 1960s.
The daughter of the US President announced on Sunday that she will be attending a women’s economic summit in Berlin, along with Chancellor Angela Merkel in April.
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Police said it was unclear what the woman's motive was.
Spanish police have arrested two men suspected of smuggling cocaine hidden inside fake bananas made of resin.
A majority of Swiss think the country’s bilateral agreements with the European Union are important and should be maintained, according to a new survey.
Some of the most striking photos from the weekend.
Most Danes want it to be illegal to cycle without wearing a helmet, says a new survey.
A soldier has died after an armoured recovery vehicle fell through the ice during a military exercise in northern Sweden.
‘What I love about Sweden is they say things straight, which isn’t the case in many other countries’
The Local speaks to Francois Mauraisin, who organizes international markets on squares across Sweden.