The Champs Elysées avenue in Paris was evacuated on Thursday evening after one police officer was killed in a shooting an another left fighting for his life.
Spanish King Felipe VI has rescheduled his royal visit to Britain due to UK's early election on June 8th.
Germany on Thursday deported to his native Serbia a man whose killing of a young Turkish-German woman sparked nationwide outrage.
These are the sectors with the most openings in France right now, according to figures released on Thursday.
The Austrian chancellor's efforts to boost his popularity by posing as a pizza delivery man were starting to look half-baked on Thursday after claims that the stunt was staged.
Scholar and book publisher Gui Minhai has been honoured by Swedish press rights group Publicistklubben for his struggle for freedom of speech in China.
It's not just the French taking a keen interest in the presidential race...
Proposals from a commission set up to find ways of improving Sweden's schools have been met with a mixed reception.
The Faroe Islands, a Danish autonomous territory, will resume its search for oil soon, launching the fourth licensing round for exploration since 2000 and the first since 2008.
A new study has revealed that US engineering firms have one supervisor for every seven employees. In Germany the ratio is one boss for every 26 workers. What explains the difference?
Ram's testicles, pig's trotters and bits of elk... welcome to the eclectic world of traditional Norwegian delicacies.
The hi-tech restoration will allow the painting remain intact for "another five centuries", Italy's culture minister promised.
A father has been accused of raping his own two-year-old daughter with another man multiple times, allegedly filming parts of the abuse and broadcasting it through live chats online.
They might be the capitals of two European powerhouses, but London and Berlin couldn't be more different in style and attitude. Julius Haswell and Jörg Luyken squabble over which is better.
Sending your kid to school in France? Here are some reasons why they might be happier there.
The cost of lunch is increasing in Sweden, but some places are significantly cheaper than others.
Italy's top administrative court has ruled that Florentine authorities can relocate an iconic outdoor market which has been in place for years, but which they say has lost its "historical character".
Several beggars in Bergen have said that they no longer feel secure in the city following a documentary by national broadcaster NRK.
Lionel Messi ended with a bloodied face, Neymar in tears, but no matter what they tried Barcelona couldn't break down a Juventus defensive wall as the Spanish champions crashed out of the Champions League.
Cell believed to be behind grenade attack on Jewish grocery store.
The captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship was convicted of multiple manslaughter, causing a maritime accident and abandoning ship, over a 2012 shipwreck that left 32 dead.
Just what is the secret to Spaniards' longevity?
The drug caused "severe malformations" in 2,150 to 4,100 children in France since 1967.
The 30-year-old has stood trial in Malmö accused of terror offences for a fire that caused smoke damage to a Shia Muslim community centre.
A new campaign is seeking to alert cyclists to the need to ride safely.
Germany only implemented a minimum wage two years ago, and analysts are still assessing its economic impact. But so far one aspect has shown improvement - and it especially affects women.
A 70-year-old British man has been remanded into custody by a judge in Denia on Spain’s Costa Blanca for attempting to kill his son with a hammer as he slept.
A 19-year-old has been hit with a €10,000 fine for public urination in the northern Italian city of Genoa, according to local media.
Swiss food and drink giant Nestlé has reported anaemic sales growth.
Anyone planning a move to central Stockholm may want to look away now...
The Danish government has joined the campaign to bring culture festival WorldPride and sporting event EuroGames to Copenhagen.
In Italy's quake-hit region, lentils mean livelihood, and hope for the future. Local farmers share their stories of coping with disaster and bureaucracy.
Pope Francis is an ardent football fan, but a Vatican cricket team comprised of priests and seminarians will take centre stage in an interfaith tournament in Portugal this week.
The Cathedral City of Cologne is ramping up security ahead of the far-right AfD's party conference at the weekend, including around 4,000 police officers and a four-day no-fly zone over the city centre.
An unusual but timely survey has revealed the correlations between French people's political and sexual habits. Especially the extremists.
Winter is experiencing a comeback in Switzerland.
Spain's ruling Popular Party was hit by yet more corruption allegations Wednesday as the former head of the Madrid region was arrested under a probe into embezzlement of public money.
Italy's health minister accused a documentary team of "spreading fear by propagating unfounded and unscientific theories" about a cervical cancer vaccine.
Four different international studies have pointed the finger at Denmark for its record on religious freedoms.
Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde is one of Sweden's most interesting young entrepreneurs, working hard to combat social exclusion through innovation. But it hasn't been an easy journey.
The White House spokesperson has said Trump would be "honoured" to meet the pope, after months of barbed exchanges between the two men via the media.
French investigators were trying Wednesday to piece together the backgrounds of two men arrested a few days before the presidential election as they were planning an "imminent" attack.
51 percent of the Swedish population aged between 16 & 84 are either overweight or obese, according to a new Public Health Agency (Folkhälsomyndigheten) report.
Fifteen-year-olds in Switzerland are happier than their counterparts, a global study finds.
Travel across the Nordic country through the lenses of some of the most acclaimed Swedish directors.
Le Pen goes full throttle for far right voters.