One in three French workers feel their lack of English has cost them job opportunities, a survey has found.
The cold spring just got a bit better.
French journalists are being denied access to Marine Le Pen and Russian media have been barred by Macron - and neither are taking it lying down.
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If Turkey decides to hold a referendum on reinstating the death penalty, Germany could legally block Turks within its borders from voting, according to an official government assessment.
With all those public holidays in May you'll need to get some of these events in your diary.
Former prime minister Matteo Renzi is widely expected to regain leadership of Italy's Democratic Party (PD) in a vote set for Sunday.
In a case of shocking heartlessness, two men in eastern Germany are accused of racially abusing a young Egyptian woman moments after their friend drove over her. Three days later, the woman died of her injuries.
Italian police said Friday they had helped their German counterparts neutralise a Berlin-based Islamist terror cell with links to Christmas market attack suspect Anis Amri.
Marine Le Pen is scrambling to stamp out a controversy over Holocaust remarks while Emmanuel Macron visited the site of a Nazi massacre.
Finally, you can see Rome as the Romans do.
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More than 2,000 security officers will oversee Real Madrid's Champions League semi-final, first leg with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.
Costumed 'gladiators' will be allowed to return to Rome's major tourist spots after a regional court overturned a ban put in place by city authorities.
Denmark’s government wants to make it easier for high-earning foreign-based Danes to move to the country with spouses.
Spain's economy grew at a steady pace in the first quarter, official figures showed Friday, as the country continues to recover from a damaging crisis marked by sky-high unemployment.
Fraud, forgery, bribery, threats, drowning and stabbings: The Local picks apart the new allegations from a complicated Swedish murder case.
"We will crush the myths about the Vikings."
And they'll be out en masse on Friday night.
Germany on Friday urged fellow EU nations not to end membership talks with Turkey despite deep misgivings over its rights record because the country is key to European interests.
UPDATED: Italian police said on Friday they had helped their German counterparts neutralize a Berlin-based Islamist terror cell with links to Christmas market attack suspect Anis Amri.
An advisor at the Turkish embassy in Copenhagen has confirmed that it collected information on suspected supporters of the Gülen movement based in Denmark.
The youth arms of several Swiss political parties are petitioning the government to resume negotiations for Switzerland to rejoin the Erasmus+ student exchange programme.
The Madrid nurse who became the first person outside West Africa to contract ebola has been denied compensation for the "execution" of her pet dog.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Bild newspaper on Friday that German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel was "totally insensitive" to meet rights groups on a recent trip to Israel.
German airlines now say they no longer need a rule created for security purposes after a co-pilot deliberately crashed a Germanwings flight while alone in the cockpit in 2015, killing all 150 people on board.
Defiant abstainers tell The Local why they will refuse to heed the many calls to block Marine Le Pen’s path to the presidency.
Venice's city council on Thursday passed a set of measures aimed at reducing tourist numbers in the northern city's most popular areas.
The rule was adopted after the Germanwings tragedy in 2015.
A 55-year-old Spaniard who was born in Switzerland and has lived in the alpine country all his life is at risk of being deported after failing to change his criminal behaviour.
French people may have shrugged it off, but the age gap is making headlines abroad.
Embarrassment for the National Front on Friday after its acting president steps down for alleged comments he made about the gas chambers.
Two suspected jihadists arrested in Spain have admitted being in Brussels airport at the time of the deadly March 2016 attack but deny involvement.
The Danish and EU parliaments both voted Thursday for a special agreement that will allow the Scandinavian nation continued participation in the EU's international policing organisation Europol.
The number of people killed in the April 7th Stockholm terror attack has risen to five after a woman who was a local politician in western Sweden died in hospital.
German lawmakers on Thursday approved a partial ban on the full-face burqa Islamic veil and a package of security measures aimed at preventing extremist attacks.
A series of earthquakes rocked Italy's central region on Thursday evening, the most powerful measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale.
The visit is aimed at fostering reconciliation with the Muslim world against the backdrop of recent jihadist attacks on the Middle East's biggest Christian community.
Prosecutors on Thursday requested a 28-year prison term for a one-eyed, far-right extremist who was the alleged kingpin of a mafia gang that preyed on Rome's City Hall.
One billion cigarette butts are tossed on the street every year, according to Keep Sweden Tidy.
Swiss banking giant UBS said Friday that it booked "very strong first-quarter results", driven largely by its investment banking and wealth management activities.
Switzerland's Stefan Kung battled wintry conditions to claim Thursday's shortened second stage.
Cyprus police said on Friday they have made four arrests in connection with the abduction of a four-year-old girl from outside a nursery school as they pressed a widening search.
More than two dozen football supporters attacked police after a home game in Norrköping.
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