Denmark's defence minister said Tuesday that Copenhagen is open to sending additional troops to Afghanistan.
Germany has never before had so many open positions as it does now, according to a new report on Tuesday.
Delays to the Airbus A400M plane meeting its full specifications could leave the German air force without transport aircraft after 2021, according to a confidential report.
In modern-day fiction, the Illuminati have become "the quintessential secret society, plotting sinister conspiracies" across the globe. Ironically, they were started in 18th century Bavaria to fight for a more rational society.
The walker who first noticed the corpse thought it could have been a life-sized doll.
A combination of weak sanctions and a lack of support for anti-racism movements mean racial abuse has become commonplace at Italian football matches.
A new study has ranked how international Sweden's universities are, and three institutions top the list.
The number of attacks on refugee homes has decreased within the first three months of the year, reaching pre-refugee crisis levels, according to a media report on Tuesday.
In case you hadn’t noticed, some royal celebrations are taking place in Norway this week.
About 100 African migrants stormed over a high double fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla on Tuesday in a violent assault that left three police officers injured, officials said.
Avalanche occurred in a national park in the Savoie region of the French Alps.
Update: Federal prosecutors have confirmed a media report that police arrested a second soldier in a bizarre far-right plot to kill politicians, and blame the attack on Muslim asylum seekers.
"It didn't bother with the car or us at all. We drove alongside it for a couple of hundred metres."
On Sunday voters in Germany's biggest state will go to the polls. It is the last state election before the national vote in September - and thus a crucial test of power.
Police Tuesday arrested two suspected Syrian jihadists, one of them an alleged member of terror group Isis accused of slitting the throat of a regime soldier, prosecutors said.
"The Socialist party is dead, it is behind us," said ex-PM Manuel Valls.
Just the latest in a long line of high-profile robberies in Paris.
North Korean and American representatives are holding informal discussions in Norway this week, according to reports by South Korean and Japanese media.
On Tuesday Spain’s congress is debating whether to exhume the remains of General Franco from the giant mausoleum crowned with a 150 meter high granite cross on a hillside outside Madrid.
"We need to let young people become the driving force for innovation in Italy," said the leader of Italy's anti-establishment party in a blog post promising to campaign to give 16-year-olds the vote.
One of Europe's top rabbis welcomed pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron's victory in the French presidential election, saying voters sent a "very powerful" message to the country's far-right.
One of Sweden's most notorious killers has been charged by German prosecutors over the murder of a Jewish woman in Frankfurt in 1992.
Everything you need to know about Italy's Eurovision entry, his song, and, er, his dancing ape.
Author of a new book and former Swiss resident Chantal Panozzo reveals her tips for experiencing Switzerland like the locals do.
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday ruled out any participation on German soil in a potential Turkish referendum about bringing back the death penalty.
The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party and the anti-Islam Pegida movement both held demos in Dresden at the same place on Monday, raising questions about the groups coming closer together.
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"Rinkeby's a great place with nice people. The media and most of Sweden think otherwise, I wanted to prove them wrong."
That’s the suggestion of one Swiss MP who thinks drivers of cars registered abroad should pay more than Swiss resident drivers for the annual motorway tax disc.
Søren Krarup, a member of the Danish parliament from 2001-2011, said on Danish television that he would “never vote for that nice little gay boy” in reference to Emmanuel Macron.
Fire fighters were still at work on Tuesday after a massive fire broke out at a waste depot south of Rome.
Firefighters in Geneva battled a huge blaze on the upper floors of a hotel in Geneva’s Paquis district on Monday afternoon.
A 17-year-old girl has been arrested for allegedly daubing 666 on a holy reliquary and inverting seven crucifixes inside a church in Alicante.
Police in northern Paris Tuesday evacuated a tent camp where some 1,000 migrants, mostly from Afghanistan and Sudan, were living in squalid conditions.
Key members of the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria meet in Copenhagen on Tuesday to assess the campaign's next steps as the jihadists' "caliphate" collapses.
Swiss police have arrested 42 people as a result of an FBI investigation into a child pornography website.
Outgoing French President Francois Hollande made an emotional final foreign trip on Monday to Berlin, ahead of the transfer of power to his successor Emmanuel Macron next week.
17 of Sweden's 21 county councils and regions are struggling to recruit enough nurses for the summer period, with hospital staff numbers set to be strained.
"It's inevitable that something happens, because Etna is a real challenge," said defending champion Vincenzo Nibali.
Germany has granted political asylum to numerous Turkish military personnel and their families holding diplomatic passports, German media reported on Monday, amid strained relations between the two NATO allies.
France's president-elect Emmanuel Macron will meet US President Donald Trump in Brussels later this month.
The organizers of a protest in Switzerland where some demonstrators held a banner urging the assassination of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will not be charged.
Paris's busy Gare du Nord station was evacuated for more than two hours overnight Monday while armed police launched a major search operation on a train for three wanted people.
Being an immigrant parent isn't the picture-perfect image some make it out to be, it’s simultaneously brilliant and frightening, writes Victoria Martínez.