A quirky music video made by Norwegian police to protest against unpopular government reforms has been released, featuring edgy shower scenes and language-bending satire.
More Brits than ever applied for Swedish passports in 2016, and preliminary figures from the Migration Agency show that last year's record could be beaten in 2017.
Power companies in Germany stand to gain billions in refunds from the government after the country's top court declared Wednesday that a nuclear fuel tax was illegal.
Denmark’s populist Danish People’s Party has asked the opposition Social Democrats to promise they will not change their immigration policies if they win the next general election.
A Mont Blanc cable car whose dramatic breakdown last September forced 33 tourists to spend the night stranded - suspended high over the French Alps - is to reopen on Thursday.
Visitors to Paris will understandably be a little nervous this summer after three attacks, but they shouldn't just stay away.
The family of a Spanish man who tried to defend a woman from one of the attackers during the terror attack in London at the weekend confirmed that he had died, after a wait of close to four days.
The Danish Council on Climate Change has recommended that Denmark be more ambitious on climate change reduction.
The next generation of Germans is in luck: a new survey shows one in five will pass on a quarter of a million euros to their posterity.
As a result of cross-party talks following the truck attack in Stockholm on April 7th, Sweden's government and opposition parties presented an agreement on anti-terror measures on Wednesday.
Ailing German airline Air Berlin said Wednesday that it was open to working with Lufthansa, as it struggled to stem heavy losses.
Police in north Hesse spent Tuesday morning searching for a young woman who they believed had been abducted and raped at a bar. Unbeknownst to them, the woman didn't actually exist.
Ferry services between Denmark and neighbouring Sweden and Germany were briefly suspended on Wednesday because of an unspecified "threat", police and the ferry operator said.
US singer Ariana Grande is to resume her world tour in Paris on Wednesday, more than two weeks after it was interrupted by the Manchester suicide bomb attack.
Italy's top policeman on Wednesday played down accusations that one of the London attackers had slipped through the net of intelligence services.
‘The most memorable moments in life are the moments you never planned.’
The church bell in Herxheim am Berg has been ringing over the tiny, wine region town for around 82 years. But some say its Nazi inscription should be reason to make it history.
The man who attacked a police officer with a hammer outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is thought to have previously worked as a journalist in Sweden, French and Swedish media report.
Is Paris looking at a quieter and cooler future?
Madrid’s transport authorities are clamping down on ‘manspreading’ - the common practice that sees men take up more space than they need to by sitting with their legs wide open.
Norway’s coalition government has reached agreement with its parliamentary allies for a revised national budget which reallocates 400 million kroner of state funds.
British police say they have a recovered a body from the Thames river four days after the London terror attack. It is believed to be that of missing Frenchman Xavier Thomas.
Nine teams of firefighters were on Wednesday tackling a huge fire which broke out at a waste depot in Venice.
Sweden celebrated its National Day on June 6th. The Royal Family attended the party at Stockholm's Skansen museum. We've found the best pictures.
You're ensured a warm welcome at these award-winning Swiss hotels this summer.
Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen informed the country of "repulsive" sexual exploitation at an army barracks in February. But an investigation by prosecutors found she spoke to soon.
The big change to the income tax system in France will be delayed again, the government says.
It's called 'Jihadi Cool'.
Security personnel at Geneva airport have been taking a new course to help them spot the signs of radicalization among their colleagues, according to media reports.
Angela Merkel's cabinet agreed on Wednesday to withdraw its troops from Turkey's Incirlik base, after last-ditch talks with Ankara failed to resolve an escalating row.
Shops not being open on Sundays is a common complaint of newcomers to Germany. But what if online shopping were restricted, too?
Still not idenitifed after three days: Family of missing Spaniard demand to know just what is taking British authorities so long?
The last known sighting of Ignacio Echeverría was on Saturday night when he rushed to the aid of a woman he saw being stabbed by one of the terrorists in the attacks at London Bridge. His fate is still unknown.
Large parts of Denmark were hit by violent storms Tuesday evening, with downpours across the country, gale force winds, hail and thousands of lightning bolts.
A recently passed law making vaccinations compulsory for school starters provoked fierce debate in Italy. Alberto Giubilini, an Italian expert on infectious diseases currently working at the University of Oxford, explains why he thinks other countries should copy Italy's vaccine law.
The captain of a tourist boat in the Lausanne port of Ouchy has caused a stir over the last few days after he put up a poster that appeared to ban Americans from his vessel.
Rome authorities called in animal control experts on Tuesday after a swarm of bees chose an unusual spot for their colony: a busy square in the city centre.
The young boy lost the use of 80 percent of his body after eating a contaminated steak haché.
No charges were brought against French wonder kid Theo Hernandez on Tuesday after a complaint of sexual assault had been made against the 19-year-old whilst on holiday in Marbella.
Santander has taken over the striken Banco Popular, buying it for €1 and saving it from collapse.
A Greek-style temple made out of banned books hopes to stir debate about censorship at the site of Nazi book burning in central Germany.
Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Tuesday accused US President Donald Trump of stirring up conflicts in the Middle East and risking a new arms race as Qatar's neighbours cut ties with Doha.
The Italian mother of one of the three London attackers says she tried to prevent her son being radicalized.
The hammer attack on a French police officer outside Notre Dame cathedral was an "isolated act", the French government says.
The gondola is an Italian icon, but many don't realize that the technique used in Venice is unique. Here's an introduction to rowing like a Venetian.
Swiss 30th seed Timea Bacsinszky and Latvian teenager Jelena Ostapenko will meet in the seminfinal on Thursday -- when both celebrate their birthday.
A Swedish tourist is being held in Bulgaria after he was caught on camera kicking a hotel cleaner.
One of Malmö's most infamous districts may be removed from a high-profile police list of 'especially vulnerable areas' in a couple of years, thanks to community efforts to boost the area.