Austria recorded a sharp rise in attacks against migrant shelters last year, with 49 cases that mostly went unsolved compared to 25 in 2015, authorities said Friday.
Germany Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel isn’t mincing his words. The pugnacious politician has called a Nato defence spending target being pushed by the US “completely unrealistic” for Germany.
Bailiffs in France can now move in to evict tenants who have been protected by the winter truce over the last few months.
Frenchman are not all that they are cracked up to be, apparently.
"Because of debates about the media's credibility being connected to fake news, we didn't want to do it this year."
The Federal Court of Justice (BGH) on Thursday came to an important ruling on illegal downloads that has consequences not just for those who break the law.
The trial of a Syrian man charged with terror offences over a fire started at a Malmö community centre is under way in the southern Swedish city.
A giant frieze depicting the history of Rome on the walls lining the River Tiber has been damaged by graffiti writers, to the dismay of its creator, William Kentridge.
Forget the touristy chaos of Rome and Florence, and smoggy Milan. There’s a hilltop gem within Italy’s ‘green heart’ which is, quite possibly, the best place in the country to live.
You’re studying/have studied in Sweden. You’ve fallen in love with the country. Of course, the next step, in order to stay, is to find a job. But how do you go about this? Well, to start off with, there's a new internship programme in town...
Germany's upper house of parliament on Friday approved a controversial law imposing tolls on the country's famous autobahns (motorways), in the face of objections from neighbouring countries who say it discriminates against foreign drivers.
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In what was widely hailed as a victory for Spain, the EU said Spain must have a say over whether any deal after Brexit applies to the British territory of Gibraltar.
"Rise above populism and demonstrate that France can be the champion of a better humanity."
"We are working on finding a solution that allows us to protect our guests while continuing to be an open, democratic, warm venue."
Too many students leave Denmark after completing study programmes taught in English, says education minister Søren Pind, who has promised to cut down admissions to English-language programmes.
"We're going to have a three person jury. Everyone hates James Blunt equally."
Italy on Friday voiced alarm over Donald Trump's plans to target imports responsible for the US trade deficit, amid fears products like Vespa scooters could be hit by punitive duties.
Spain's parliament will probe the alleged illegal funding of the conservative Popular Party (PP), an accusation that has long plagued Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's party without ever being proven.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg will travel to China next week for talks with top leaders, her office said Friday, a visit expected to seal the two countries' reconciliation after a deep freeze.
A huge explosion in Dortmund has destroyed three stories of a family apartment building, leaving it at risk of collapsing.
The Local analyzes the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention's new stats on lethal violence in the country.
Perhaps French schools don't deserve their reputation as factories of discipline?
A student leader at one of Norway’s top engineering schools says that too many engineering programmes in Norway are focused on oil.
Unemployment in Germany hit a new record low in March, official data showed Friday, as Europe's largest economy continues to defy economic uncertainty with a strong performance.
The German economy grew by a healthy 1.9 percent in 2016, as the motor of the European economy purred along. But the areas which really boomed weren’t the expected ones.
These challenging but beautiful races are bound to (literally) take your breath away.
The A16 motorway across the Jura mountains will finally be completed with the inauguration of the final section on Monday.
He may have been sacked by Leicester City bosses less than a year after leading the British underdogs to victory in the Premier League, but Claudio Ranieri is still a hero in his home city.
Fillon goes on the attack against Macron whom he has dubbed "Emmanuel Hollande".
Most members of a group of 146 migrants reported missing, feared dead, this week in the Mediterranean were rescued and safely brought to Italy, it emerged on Thursday.
For many foreigners new to Germany, it’s annoying enough to be charged for withdrawing cash at any ATM. But paying to take money out at your own bank seems a step too far.
The knife attack on the French person comes just days after Paris police killed a Chinese man. That killing has prompted four consecutive nights of protest in the French capital.
In a joint statement, the G7 ministers called particularly on countries in conflict situations "to identify and ban the trade in stolen cultural artefacts."
It might make speeders think twice about trying to outrun Italy's traffic police: the force was presented on Thursday with a new Lamborghini Huracan.
Temperatures could be as high as 20°C (68°F) in parts of Denmark on Friday. Warm, albeit cloudy, weather is set to continue throughout the weekend.
Sergey Lavrov has labelled Sweden's Prime Minister "childish" for expressing fears over Russian influence in Sweden's election next year.
Feels like summer? No wonder...
Fed up with eurosceptics hogging the headlines and political debate, a growing number of Germans are going on the march to express their fervour for the European Union.
Brian Wilson, Usher, Solange, Brian Ferry and Youssou N'Dour are also on the bill.
Police have arrested seven people in connection with a fatal shooting in Malmö on Thursday evening.
Try this in season Swedish take on a classic.