A 25-year-old man of Somali nationality has been sentenced to six months in prison for making a bomb in the basement of his Aarhus apartment block.
Bad news for Emmanuel Macron.
Police carried out three separate raids on Tuesday morning, arresting five people and seizing heavy weapons.
Sweden is to end ID checks on buses, trains and ferries travelling between the country and Denmark, the Swedish government has announced.
After a German soldier was arrested last week on suspicion of planning a terror attack with far-right motives, the Defence Ministry now believe he was part of a cell of up to five people, according to German media.
Gingerism or abuse of red-heads might not be an issue you would associate with France but a French photographer is holding an exhibition to highlight the prejudice facing the country's ginger-haired people.
Border control spot checks by police and customs will be strengthened to cover more travellers however.
The Venstre (Liberal) Party, the biggest party in Denmark’s coalition government, has postponed talks on a new law enabling spouses of foreign-based Danes to move to the country, citing the emergence of “new solutions.”
A response to those French voters who can't bring themselves to back the pro-free market Emmanuel Macron.
The head of Hesse's state intelligence agency said that halal shops are being monitored because they may attract fundamentalist Islamic customers.
Always check the boot!
Italy is a small country with an endless heritage.
Finding a job in Sweden just got easier: "Now the job market is exploding with possibilities - Craft Academy changed my life."
A tour group started by a British immigrant is giving Syrian refugees the chance to connect their new home to the one they left behind.
Shareholders in Alitalia voted unanimously Tuesday to place the company into "extraordinary administration" as efforts continue to find a buyer and stave off liquidation for the troubled airline.
Denmark on Tuesday published a blacklist of six foreign preachers accused of spreading hatred, including five Muslims and an American Evangelical pastor, banning them for at least two years.
Four men are going to court on Tuesday accused of beating a man to death after prosecutors said they went out to "hunt refugees".
Norwegian billionaire Kjell Inge Røkke is funding the purchase of a giant research vessel for the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF).
Italy's police on Monday dismantled a neo-Nazi group which had targeted migrants in a series of escalating raids lasting more than two years.
Trump is "a man who doesn't have very many core convictions," according to former Swedish PM Bildt.
In the first of our Sweden In Focus series, The Local looks at how Sweden is trying to integrate the thousands of newcomers to the country in recent years.
An in-depth look at the big issues facing Sweden.
The Armed Forces Association (Bundeswehrverband) and political opponents have closed ranks on Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen after she claimed the army had an "attitude problem".
France: good food, good wine and cigarettes. This has been the accepted view of L'Héxagone ever since Gainsbourg and Bardot graced TV screens, sporting sultry expressions and half-smoked gauloises. Amaryllis Barton looks at whether France really is Europe's chimney.
What a record-breaking country this is!
Italy's earthquake-hit towns may have dropped off the radar for many outside central Italy, but the country's firefighters haven't slowed down in their efforts to restore the mountain towns to their former glory.
Atletico Madrid captain Gabi insisted on Monday it is winning the Champions League not gaining revenge on Real Madrid that motivates him as the Spanish giants face off once more in Tuesday's semi-final, first leg.
A woman had a three-night affair with a man at a hotel. Nine months later she gave birth, but all she knew about the likely father was his first name. Should the hotel give her more details?
Fewer people have lost their lives in traffic accidents so far this year in Norway compared with the same period in any other year.
Tuesday marks the first day of the trial over the topless pics of Prince William's wife Kate Middleton.
Commuters in Dortmund had to deal with massive disruption to their travel plans on Tuesday morning after a high speed train derailed at the central station on Monday.
Hello sunshine my old friend...
However a third of stay-at-home young men refuse to move out because they don't want to do household chores.
Attempts by the French government to discourage the population from smoking appear to have burnt out as new figures reveal a rise in the number of smokers.
Police on Monday arrested three people in Turin, following clashes at a Labour Day protest in the northern city.
Here's a look at the new laws and price hikes coming into existence this month that will affect life in France.
The annual protests on May 1st International Workers' Day again brought thousands to the streets across Germany, with both left- and right-wing demos involving clashes with police.
Marine Le Pen copied comments by Francois Fillon in her speech on Monday.
Emmanuel Macron says Sunday's election will impact on the future of France for decades to come.
A family of four had a lucky escape on Saturday when they suffered from carbon dioxide poisoning whilst driving along a motorway in central Switzerland.
A further licence to use marijuana for medical purposes has been granted in Sweden three months after an historic decision to approve the country's first two prescriptions.
The host nation must also comply with anticorruption measures.
70 years since its publication, Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi's account of his incarceration remains essential reading.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will Tuesday meet President Vladimir Putin in the Black Sea resort of Sochi in her first visit to Russia since 2015, signalling renewed dialogue between Berlin and Moscow.
Midfielder Sulley Muntari was given a yellow card after complaining about racist chanting from the crowd.
Want an in-demand job in Switzerland? Here's how to get one.
"Obviously I would find it disgusting if I were deprived of my record when I was completely clean."
Behavioural scientist Staffan Hultgren of The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences explains Zlatan Ibrahimovic's recipe for success.