"It's not over yet," say defiant British citizens living in France, who have vowed to step up the fight against Brexit.
A Spanish court on Wednesday sentenced a young woman to jail for posting jokes on Twitter about the 1973 assassination of a senior figure in the Franco dictatorship.
Spain opened a help desk at its embassy in London on Wednesday to answer questions from Spaniards living in Britain about the effects of Brexit on their lives.
Police have arrested dozens of people, mostly between the ages of 16-20, in a series of raids on schools and homes near Oslo.
Emmanuel Macron must be trembling at the prospect of President François Hollande giving him his backing.
One of the biggest evacuations in post-war history could be about to take place in Hanover, after police have found several Second World War bombs in the capital of Lower Saxony.
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday rejected British PM Theresa May's call for negotiations on the UK's exit from the European Union to run in parallel with talks on defining their future relationship.
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Trelleborg in southern Sweden is a long way from Moscow, but a letter addressed to Russia's President still ended up there.
The German Family Affairs Ministry on Wednesday released a report on "male perspectives" of gender equality. Here are some things the report reveals.
The world-famous cable car taking tourists up to the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest peak, is to be taken down and replaced by a more modern transport system.
The annual Danish Science Festival takes place next month, with 600 science orientated events and more than 75,000 people taking part.
A protest by Muslim parents against a gay man looking after their children at a kindergarten has led to a public debate in the liberal capital city.
Sweden's PM Stefan Löfven has commented on the UK triggering Article 50 to formally initiate the Brexit process.
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About 146 migrants are feared missing after their boat capsized after leaving Libya, according to a Gambian man who was rescued following the disaster, the United Nations' refugee agency said on Wednesday.
The Norwegian spring has turned suddenly back into winter with a sharp fall in temperature.
The German capital is a weird and wonderful place full of surprise and adventure. These ten apps will help you make the most of it.
Italian Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano warned against punishing the UK in Brexit negotiation talks.
A promised funding boost to the maternity sector from the government will not be enough to reopen a closed maternity ward in northern Sweden that sparked major protests.
Paris decides to say non to all sexist adverts after recent complaints.
Bob Dylan will receive his Nobel Literature Prize this weekend in Sweden, the permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy which hands out the prize has confirmed.
A review of 500 rejected asylum applications from 2016 showed that 284 did not tell the complete truth, according to a review.
A doctor in Geneva is on trial accused of causing serious bodily harm through negligence after he severed a four-year-old boy’s penis during a circumcision operation.
In the wake of the UK triggering Article 50 to begin the process of leaving the EU, Tomas Spragg Nilsson explains why he feels betrayed as a Brit living in Sweden.
The prince and his wife Camilla arrive in Florence on Friday for a five-day visit which culminates with a meeting with Pope Francis and President Sergio Mattarella.
The Local took to the streets of Berlin to gauge the public mood as Brexit talks with the UK are set to begin.
Berlin's transportation company keeps reminding a Berlin politician from the anti-immigrant AfD party how immigrants actually help him, in a not so subtle way.
The small lakeside town of Excenevex, which lies on the French border with Switzerland is set to receive a $1 million donation from a Dubai princess.
Danish politicians both lamented and revelled in the demise of ride-sharing app Uber after it announced Tuesday that it was withdrawing its operations in the country.
We now know when viewers will first get to lay eyes on the final chapter in Saga Norén's story.
A bid to launch a referendum to challenge the government’s implementation of the 2014 anti-immigration initiative is likely to fail.
A board member of the German Federal Bank warned on Wednesday that Britain will only have "third country" status if it chooses to pursue a "hard Brexit."
Emmanuel Macron gets the nod from former Socialist PM Manuel Valls, but says he won't be giving him a job if he is elected president.
The UN committee on Tuesday said it was “concerned for the difficulty of access to legal abortions” and therefore “the significant number of back-street abortions”.
Gibraltarians voted by 96 percent to remain in the European Union but as Brexit looms, they say their attachment to the United Kingdom still prevails, unlike some in Scotland who would rather remain in the bloc.
The couple wished to give their daughter the unique middle name.
The day after Britain voted to leave the European Union last June, British pensioner David Frost noticed his left leg was severely swollen.
The plan was to steal the mortal remains of the racing driver and demand money from his family for the body's safe return.
Sweden is still in suspense as to when - and whether - Nobel Prize laureate Bob Dylan will hold the traditional lecture given by prize winners.
A profile of the Welsh woman Penelope Fillon, who could be the next First Lady but is currently at the centre of a political storm in France.
Another blow for the Fillon campaign.
LafargeHolcim will no longer be working on Paris Plages after it said it would be prepared to supply cement for Trump's US-Mexico border wall.
Top seed Stan Wawrinka crashed out of the Miami Open on Tuesday falling 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 to German young gun Alexander Zverev.
Frankfurt resident and British expat Garreth Brooke is concerned about maintaining his supply of baked beans and HP sauce after Brexit.
Alex Waltner, the editor of travel blog Swedish Nomad, lists 55 reasons why everyone should visit Sweden at least once in their life.
A Swedish aid worker who was abducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been found dead, the Foreign Ministry and the United Nations confirmed on Wednesday.