ANALYSIS: ‘Spain’s freedom of speech repression is no joke’
Spain

ANALYSIS: ‘Spain’s freedom of speech repression is no joke’

Does Spain's so-called 'gag law' go too far?

So, what do the French presidential candidates plan to do if elected?
France

So, what do the French presidential candidates plan to do if elected?

Here are the proposals from each of the five main contenders.

Too extreme, too young, too risky: France’s undecided voters feel let down by election candidates
France

Too extreme, too young, too risky: France’s undecided voters feel let down by election candidates

"This election is unusual. The campaign is rocked by scandals," one political scientist said. "The situation has become too complex to get people engaged".

Pope Francis uses Easter mass to call for end to ‘horror’ in Syria
Italy

Pope Francis uses Easter mass to call for end to ‘horror’ in Syria

The traditional Easter mass got underway amid heightened security in Rome.

Over one hundred cars damaged after double garage fire in Malmö
Sweden

Over one hundred cars damaged after double garage fire in Malmö

More than a hundred cars have been destroyed or damaged after two garages in Malmö were set ablaze on consecutive nights.

White Easter: Sweden wakes up to snow and record low temperatures
Sweden

White Easter: Sweden wakes up to snow and record low temperatures

Easter Sunday got off to an unusually cold start across Sweden - with three weather records broken as some towns experienced their chilliest April night in decades.

Spanish woman jailed over Twitter terrorism jokes
Spain

Spanish woman jailed over Twitter terrorism jokes

The woman said her 13 posts joking about an assassination committed by Spain's separatist group ETA have "ruined her life".

Can Prosecco help Italy finally crack the Chinese wine market?
Italy

Can Prosecco help Italy finally crack the Chinese wine market?

Currently, Italian varieties account for barely five percent of China's wine imports. Could Prosecco be the solution?

Italy’s coastguard: 3,000 people rescued on Saturday
Italy

Italy’s coastguard: 3,000 people rescued on Saturday

"We have never had to deal with so many people at the same time."

Here’s what’s happening in the French election campaigns
France

Here’s what’s happening in the French election campaigns

Marine Le Pen tore into her biggest rival, centrist Emmanuel Macron, while Francois Fillon campaigned for the Catholic vote.

Austria’s Islamic kindergartens help create ‘parallel societies’: study
Austria

Austria’s Islamic kindergartens help create ‘parallel societies’: study

A debate is raging in Austria after a study suggested that Islamic kindergartens in Vienna were helping to create "parallel societies" or even produce the dangerous homegrown radicals of the future.