Sweden on Tuesday released a second suspect held in connection with the deadly Stockholm truck attack earlier this month, prosecutors said.
Some Russian media outlets are reporting on a wave of mental illness sweeping across Sweden, referring to made-up figures and a faked interview with the director-general of the Swedish Social Insurance Agency, a spokesperson has told The Local.
Gessica Notaro was the victim of an acid attack in January, for which her ex-boyfriend is awaiting trial.
It doesn't get much more picturesque than this.
German biker gang Guerilla Nation set up shop in Denmark last month, despite government attempts to crack down on biker-connected organised crime.
The man accused of brutally kicking an unsuspecting woman down a flight of stairs in Berlin has also been implicated in sexually harassing women and girls in the past, local media report.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's political campaign was targeted by a group of Russian hackers last month, according to a report by a cybersecurity research group on Tuesday.
She needs a lot more votes to be president, so where will she find them?
The European Commission on Tuesday said it had carried out surprise inspections at four major Swedish mobile telecommunication companies, which it suspects of having breached EU antitrust rules.
Seventeen people have been arrested following raids against 50 suspected online paedophiles, in what has been described as the biggest police effort against child porn in Swedish history.
A research initiative hopes to get approval for a study that would recruit 25,000 recreational cannabis consumers in Berlin - if it can get government approval.
Ivanka Trump, on her overseas debut as the US "First Daughter" at a Berlin women's summit with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Tuesday, was quickly forced to defend her father's attitude toward women.
Who are they, where are they, and what matters most to the record number of voters supporting Marine Le Pen?
On Tuesday high school students in Germany start writing their final exams. A new graphic from Statista shows which states are likely to have the best results.
Three men have been sentenced to prison in connection with the rape of a woman in Uppsala, which was broadcast live on Facebook.
Did you know what you wanted to do with your life when you were 14 years old? Maybe – but probably not. But luckily students at Stockholm International School get career guidance from international CEOs, UN committee board members, foreign ministry officials, entrepreneurs, and more.
A 43-year-old woman was caught carrying khat by customs after taking the Hirtshals-Larvik ferry on Friday.
Catalan police have arrested eight people including suspected members of a jihadi group linked to last year’s suicide bomb attacks in Brussels’ airport and subway.
The policeman gunned down on the Champs-Elysées Champs-Elysées last week was honoured in Paris on Tuesday morning.
April 25th is Liberation Day in Italy - but who were the men and women that made up the Italian resistance?
After the Interior Ministry published figures on Monday showing that violent crime shot up in 2016, Germany's main police union has called for more officers.
Swedish truck makers Volvo notched up a larger than expected profit boost on Tuesday thanks to strong demand in Europe and Japan.
Could the second round be hit with mass abstention?
French residents of French-speaking Switzerland were hoping for François Fillon and Emmanuel Macron in the second round.
The first family to be affected by the forced removal of a legal exemption to Danish immigration law has been told they no can no longer live together in the country.
Tensions have been running high between Ankara and Berlin recently, culminating in the Turkish premier accusing the Bundesrepublik of using "Nazi measures". But now Ankara is calling on Germany for economic help.
Most people are acquainted with at least the basic facts about the French Resistance. But few are quite so well versed on another resistance movement that played out in Italy towards the end of World War II.
The suspect had reportedly used social media to pledge his support for Isis - and said opponents of the group should be "roasted on kebab skewers".
A UN torture watchdog has asked the Swiss authorities not to extradite a convicted Basque militant who claims she was tortured in Spain.
Swedish telecom giant Ericsson reported a net loss of 10.9 billion kronor ($1.2 billion) in the first quarter of 2017.
Update: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened to cancel talks set for Tuesday with German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel over the visiting diplomat's plan to also meet rights groups critical of Israel's government.
Le Pen says she is "no longer the president of the FN, but the candidate for the French presidency".
Trump has shared details of his private meeting with the Italian prime minister, saying Italy "will end up paying" higher NATO contributions.
Portugal's public prosecutor opened an inquiry into voluntary homicide on Monday after an Italian man was killed in a hit-and-run incident during clashes between rival Benfica and Sporting Lisbon fans at the weekend.
The art of making friends as a newcomer to Denmark applies when meeting fellow expats as well as Danes, writes our columnist Melanie Haynes.
Switzerland is set for a lovely summer if a Zurich tradition is to be believed.
The troubled national carrier seems to have run out of options...
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy spoke with his Brazilian counterpart Michel Temer about boosting trade links between the two countries.
Europe’s tech industry is booming, giving rise to a range of programming ‘bootcamps’ that offer tech literacy more quickly and affordably than traditional degree programs. The Local finds out more.
Cyclists face rain and snow in this week's race.
The surprise return of winter to Sweden was expected to continue on Tuesday, with forecasters warning that up to 20 centimetres of snow could fall on the east coast north of Stockholm.
A woman has spoken of the moment police arrested her son in connection with the deadly Stockholm truck attack.
Sweden has in recent years allowed racists to stretch the boundaries of what is considered acceptable, argues musician Petter Askergren.