A look at the campaign speeches and interviews of Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron reveals they have very different notions for what France is.
Outside of France's big cities, many villagers are fed up with the political establishment and will be voting for the far right on Sunday.
Nearly 60 percent of immigrants with Asian, African of Latin American backgrounds vote for the Norwegian Labour Party, according to Statistics Norway.
Manchester United will travel to Norway as part of their 2017-18 pre-season tour, the Premier League giants announced on Wednesday.
Amorous couples, here's your chance to own a piece of the world's most romantic city: Paris is selling off the "love locks" that lovebirds attached to the city's bridges before officials cracked down on the practice.
With longer and warmer days, May is the month when Spaniards take to the streets to throw fiesta after fiesta.
A German network of leading science institutes will begin identifying thousands of brain specimens belonging to people killed by the Nazis because they suffered from a disability or were ill.
An error in Google Maps has sent hundreds of tourists on a narrow, winding detour that ends in the village of Fossmork.
Here are the smartest options if you're looking to buy a property in France, according to a new survey.
The resolution, passed on Tuesday at the UN's Paris headquarters denounced actions taken by "Israel… to alter the character and status of the holy city of Jerusalem".
German police said Wednesday they were examining if there was a religious motive in an Afghan asylum-seeker's fatal stabbing of a compatriot, who had converted from Islam to Christianity.
It is a ruling that will strike fear in the hearts of grown up kids across Spain. A 23-year-old from northern Spain, who sued her parents after they refused to keep supporting her financially, lost her case because a judge ruled she was “too lazy to earn a living”.
"Swedish ID checks have set the whole of the Öresund region back," the Danish PM said.
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Is it really so bad to drink latte at Starbucks? The Local’s guest columnist Laura Maria Kjær argues that we are fortunate to live in a multicultural world – something we have done for longer than many think – and that life would be empty without it.
Can tonight's live TV arguing contest swing the election in Marine Le Pen's favour?
This Sunday the people of Moutier will vote on whether to remain in the canton of Bern or leave it to join the canton of Jura instead. Here's why.
The 41-year-old is accused of 100 counts of crimes against a dozen teenage boys.
Denmark’s prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen says that he is glad Sweden has decided to scrap ID checks on Øresund crossings between the two Scandinavian countries.
“The question isn’t if an attack will take place in Switzerland, but when,” said the Swiss defence minister in a press conference on Tuesday.
A look into the crystal ball to see what might happen in those first few months?
After decades of neglect, one of Rome's most significant monuments prepares to open once again to the public after a multi-million-euro restoration project.
The Interior Minister has come under fire for his statements explaining what Germany's 'Leitkultur', or "guiding culture", should be amid discussions of immigration and integration. Here's a taste of how his critics have responded.
A leaked report on Spain’s position regarding Brexit negotiations has revealed that Spain will demand an end to Gibraltar’s ‘privileged position’ that has “in practice turned it into a tax haven”.
Leading ratings agency Moody's has slashed Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson's credit rating to the "non-investment" grade, also known as "junk".
Denmark will on Wednesday announce a series of new bilateral agreements with China at a ceremony in Beijing, where Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen is currently on an official visit.
A local section of the Green Party in Lower Austria has invited women to a breakfast meeting where they will learn how to pee standing up.
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What's more, the court ruled that an activist had helped an Italian "exercise his right to human dignity" by accompanying him abroad to undergo assisted suicide.
The Feria d’Abril, the biggest event of the year in the southern Spanish city of Seville, is being celebrated this week, and the scenes are sumptuous.
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen square off on Wednesday night in a live televised debate - just four days before the election. Here's what you need to know.
French prosecutors are probing claims by failed conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon that a report about his "fake jobs" scandal had a direct impact on the election, sources said Tuesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo proved Atletico Madrid's Champions League destroyer once more with a hat-trick as Real Madrid took a commanding 3-0 semi-final, first leg lead on Tuesday.
Tucked behind 10-storey tower blocks in the heart of Berlin stands an imposing metal gate marked "Border zone, restricted area", guarded by a stern-looking Stasi officer.
The remains of Burundi's deposed king Mwambutsa IV, who died 40 years ago, will stay in Switzerland.
Berlin on Tuesday asked the Swiss ambassador to clarify the case of an alleged Swiss spy suspected of monitoring German finance investigators who pursue cross-border tax cheats.
A man's painful attempt to catch an S-Bahn train in Berlin is perhaps a cautionary tale for frequent public transit chasers.
Dozens of migrants were on Tuesday ordered by police to leave a square by Milan's train station where they had been camping out for months.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Vladimir Putin insisted Tuesday that there was no alternative to a stalled Ukraine peace plan as they struggled to mask deep rifts during a first meeting in Russia since 2015.
Assange should no longer be remanded in custody by Sweden 'in absentia' now that the US has openly expressed a desire to arrest him, according to the Australian's lawyer.
Scandinavian design, famous for its simplicity and quirky elegance, is taking the world by storm - we explore the capital to find out more.
Stockholm club AIK have been fined for breaching FIFA transfer rules banning payments to agents for under-age players.
From a miniature village to a world of giant stag beetles and mushrooms, here are eleven of the capital's best playgrounds that are guaranteed to keep the kids happy.