A Norwegian TV show following the progress of migratory reindeer – part of the popular new ‘slow TV’ genre in the Scandinavian country – has been temporarily cancelled after the animals stopped moving.
Thousands of people at the traditional May Day rally in Madrid vented their anger at rampant corruption, as Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP) finds itself embroiled in a new scandal.
A minibus carrying German tourists overturned in south Iran on Monday, leaving two dead and at least 17 injured, Iranian media reported.
Real Madrid welcome Atletico Madrid for the first leg of their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday hoping to do something that has been beyond the reigning 11-time European champions for six decades.
A cave in western Spain hides our most intimate connection to the prehistoric past – hand silhouettes painted tens of thousands of years ago.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday welcomed an offer by Pope Francis for Vatican mediation in the crisis-torn country but opposition leaders rebuffed the overture.
Jonas Gahr Støre, leader of Norway’s Labour Party, promised at an International Worker’s Day speech in Oslo improvements in labour conditions should his party win September’s election.
Why the world's media are beating a path to the out-of-the-way spot of Gadheim.
UPDATED: France's traditional May 1 union marches erupted into violence on Monday, highlighting the divisions six days before a crunch presidential election.
A May Day demonstration by the militant neo-Nazi group the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) in Falun elicited strong reactions from Swedes celebrating the traditional workers’ holiday on Monday.
Marine Le Pen is desperately trying to present herself as the hero of the working class in the fight against globalisation, but in Paris on Monday, trade unionists taking part in the annual May Day rallies made it clear she was not their champion.
French shoppers would be paying for their baguettes in francs within a year if far-right candidate Marine Le Pen wins the presidential election next weekend, her Front National (FN) party's deputy leader said on Monday.
Three German nationals died when the small plane they were travelling in crashed in southern Spain at the weekend, authorities said on Monday.
A Dutch woman who twice had her Swiss citizenship application refused by her local village council because she campaigned in the media against cowbells is to finally get her passport.
Danish police have confirmed a shooting incident in the central Copenhagen district of Vesterbro Sunday evening.
Tributes pour in for the Swiss mountaineer who fell to his death on Sunday.
From today, May 1st, insect-based products are allowed to be sold commercially under Swiss law.
He was allegedly surveilling finance investigators involved in the purchase of data CDs on tax cheats in Switzerland.
A powerful final day time-trial from Richie Porte saw the Australian BMC leader clinch the Tour de Romandie on Sunday.
UPDATED: Sweden's largest Shiite Muslim mosque was badly damaged overnight in a suspected arson attack, police said Monday, adding later that they had made one arrest in connection with the incident.
An Austrian suspected of killing prisoners and wounded soldiers in eastern Ukraine, where Russian-backed separatists are fighting pro-Ukrainian forces, has been detained in Poland, the Polish border police said on Sunday.
Germany's defence minister on Sunday vowed zero tolerance for far-right extremists in the military amid a widening scandal over a soldier who allegedly plotted an attack which he planned to blame on refugees.
Bayern Munich party hard after winning a fifth straight German league title while Ingolstadt frustrate Leipzig again.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel met Saudi King Salman on Sunday as she began a visit focused on bilateral relations and preparations for the next G20 meeting.
Matteo Renzi, the former Italian premier who regained control of his centre-left ruling party on Sunday, appears ready to live up to his reputation as an ambitious leader trying to revamp Italy's gridlocked political system.
With a week to go before France's presidential election runoff, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen stayed on the offensive against frontrunner Emmanuel Macron on Sunday, trying to close a 19-point gap in the polls.
French soldiers killed or captured about 20 jihadists in Mali's restive north where a French soldier was killed on April 5th, the French chief of staff said on Sunday.