Continental Europe's three biggest economies - Germany, France and Italy - criticized Donald Trump's decision Thursday to quit the Paris climate agreement and said the pact was "not renegotiable."
Germany has temporarily suspended the group deportations of rejected Afghan asylum seekers following the Kabul truck bomb attack, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday.
Police in Cologne performed a raid on the clubhouse of the Hells Angels biker gang, using a specially modified armoured vehicle, and uncovered a stash of weapons and money.
A car thief obviously took on more than he bargained for when he discovered that there was a sleeping baby in the back seat of stolen Porsche – and quickly dumped it.
Will this help end the slew of corruption scandals in French politics?
France looks to America to fix up the crumbling world-famous cathedral in Paris.
A truck was stolen and driven through the town centre of Eskilstuna, ramming several other vehicles.
After three of Italy's major political parties reached an agreement on the country's electoral law, some of the smaller parties have criticized guidelines aimed at limiting fragmentation in the government.
What makes Stockholm the creative capital of the world – and what are the best places in the city to really experience the creative vibe? Natalia Brzezinski shares her insights.
If you're looking for something to do on a lazy day this summer, how about catching a mosquito or two? Researchers in Sweden are now asking members of the public for help catching the blood-thirsty insects.
Vladimir Putin has said that Sweden joining Nato would be a "threat" to Russia.
German immigration authorities confirmed on Thursday that there are hundreds of registered asylum seekers who have not yet had their fingerprints or photographs taken.
Around 300 students at a vocational school in Nuremberg staged a spontaneous demonstration to protest the deportation of their 20-year-old Afghan classmate on Wednesday.
The nationalist Progress Party has seen a significant increase in support, according to recent polls.
After Donald Trump's 'covfefe' tweet went viral, Swedish entrepreneur Per Holknekt quickly jumped on the bandwagon, applying to register the new 'word' as a trademark.
Barcelona’s poorest district is to pilot a “basic income” scheme that will see residents given grants to lift them above the breadline in a ground-breaking social experiment.
Good news for beach lovers.
Taxi ride app Uber has noticed a big drop in the number of drivers available in Paris at evenings and customers have seen the cost of their ride home jump. There’s a simple explanation.
The number of Germans travelling to Denmark each year is increasing – but the sandy beaches of the Scandinavian country’s west coast are no longer the only reason.
Thousands of refugees from cricket-mad Afghanistan have led to dozens of new clubs popping up across Germany, and the national team is now on the rise.
After reports of a scandalous hotel party organised by Mensa, the high-IQ society has seen a surprise boost in membership applications.
The expected withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement by US president Donald Trump will be bad for both the environment and confidence in international agreements, says Danish prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen.
The EU anti-trust authority approved Italy's massive rescue of the country's troubled third-largest bank, Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS), a statement said on Thursday.
The beginning of the month signals a new raft of changes in France, some may even leave you better off, if ever so slightly. Here's what you need to know.
A 95-year-old former SS guard for the Auschwitz death camp died on Tuesday before he could serve his designated five-year prison sentence.
New wolf cubs have been born for the first time in four years at Kristiansand Zoo.
Italy is famed for trend-setting designers from Gucci to Prada and the effortless chic of the locals, but the latest addition to Florence's high street proves there's still a market for cheap and cheerful fashion.
Babies born in Spain will now not automatically be given their father’s surname first, in a move considered a victory for equal rights campaigners.
Ahead of Switzerland's second annual World Heritage Days event, we take a look at the country’s 11 Unesco-protected sites.
A 38-year-old woman was found dead in her car with her newborn baby near Dresden.
While visiting Berlin, the liberal Senator called Donald Trump's comments attacking a long-standing ally "unacceptable".
Lausanne could be getting an authorized space for injecting drugs after the communal parliament voted in favour of the idea on Tuesday.
A fresh opinion poll from Sweden's largest statistics agency suggests that the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats have taken the lead over the opposition Moderate Party as Sweden's second-largest political party.
In an about turn on its previous position, Denmark’s governing Venstre (Liberal) party has announced that it now supports removing a blasphemy paragraph from the country’s law code.
Good news for anyone planning a road trip for the upcoming bank holiday weekend in France.
During the Spanish Civil War, 4,000 Basque child refugees arrived in Britain – here's the story of the women who helped rescue them.
The ten day trip was a personal quest to impress his girlfriend.
Pack your bags!
Will Macron have to ditch his right hand man?
Italian designer Maurizio Montalti makes sustainable everyday objects out of forest fungi, in an effort to demonstrate the benefits of "species which are usually disregarded."
Spain lawmakers finally approve long-delayed 2017 budget (despite Rajoy accidentally voting against it)
Spain finally approved the long-delayed 2017 national budget despite Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy pressing the wrong button and accidentally voting against it.
A man arrested after damaging the grave of Charles de Gaulle was "extremely drunk" at the time.
Why are migrants arriving at Italy's ports in their thousands? Academic Vicki Squires has spoken to hundreds of refugees and migrants to find out what brings them to Europe, as part of a research project funded by the ESRC Mediterranean Migration Research Programme. She writes that many of the things we believe about the reasons for migration are founded on fallacy.
The still unopened BER airport has become a running joke for locals, and a painful topic for officials. Here's a look back on its trials and tribulations over the years.
The results of the biggest political opinion poll of the year are being announced today.
Ukraine said it had won three key preliminary rulings in a Stockholm arbitration court over a bitter gas dispute between Moscow and Kiev.