Police in Ibiza detained a British man Thursday wanted over the murder of a woman in Thailand whose body was found dismembered in a suitcase in 2014.
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Scotland Yard have denied that Ignacio Echeverría was shot mistakenly by armed police during the London Bridge terrorist attack.
Several Swedish universities have made the cut in the latest edition of an international ranking of top higher education institutions.
The older brother of a teenage girl who stabbed a police officer in 2015 has also been found guilty of a dangerous extremist act.
It currently takes on average more than ten months to process an individual asylum application - three times as long as previously expected, according to a new government report.
A Swedish tourist caught on camera in Bulgaria kicking a hotel cleaner in the head claims he does not remember the incident as he was drunk at the time.
Neo-Nazi mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik will take his case over his "inhumane" prison conditions to the European Court of Human Rights, his lawyer said Thursday.
Only in Europe would such a competition exist.
Germany has granted a humanitarian visa to a gay man from Russia's Chechnya region and is considering four more requests, the foreign ministry said Thursday.
The Bundesrepublik is a great place to call home. The Local lists the top ten things that make life in Germany so wonderful.
"As always when women are portrayed as powerful, some people might feel threatened."
Nearly three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany, a new study sheds light on the long-unknown number of people who died at the strict border controls of the communist East German regime.
Danish prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen appears to be increasingly turning towards Berlin and Paris after meeting with new French president Emmanuel Macron.
Will anyone come forward to challenge Florentino Perez?
Turin mayor Chiara Appendino on Thursday introduced a measure clamping down on the sale of takeaway alcoholic drinks in the evening, after a stampede in one of the city's main squares on Saturday night left over 1,500 people injured.
It might be time to check the ingredients on all the products in your bathroom.
Dozens of newly minted NFGL ‘graduates’ gathered in the impressive Golden Hall of Stockholm City Hall on a Friday, June 2nd for the 2017 SI Diploma Ceremony.
English teacher David Ashby has learned Swedish, but often gets mistaken for a Norwegian. But, hey, at least they're both Scandinavian, right?
Swedish flights may soon get more expensive. Here's why.
An unlikely love story that grew out of the notorious Calais Jungle refugee camp.
The many routes taken by cyclists through town are set to be mapped in nine different parts of Norway in the hope of improving cycling infrastructure.
Dutch prosecutors have rejected an Austrian request to prosecute MP Geert Wilders over alleged inflammatory remarks about Islam during a visit to Vienna two years ago, officials said Wednesday.
A hiker in the Austrian Alps was fatally gored on Wednesday when a cow charged at her, local police and media said.
Migrants who are refused asylum are not always deported and could prove a threat to society, according to an MP who wants the Swiss government to address the issue in a report.
Schwesta Ewa, one of the few women in Germany's male-dominated rap scene, goes on trial on Thursday accused of pimping out teenage fans.
A report by German media on Wednesday claims that the German state lost at least €31.8 billion since 2001 through tricks by banker and brokers to manipulate tax payments and refunds.
President Emmanuel Macron will set up a national counter-terrorism centre to coordinate France's intelligence services, his office said. The announcement came a day after an attack on a policeman in Paris.
The Swiss government has the go-ahead to ratify the Paris agreement on climate change after the upper house of parliament gave its approval on Wednesday.
The prosecutor investigating the April 7th attack in Stockholm has been granted more time to continue looking into the suspected terrorist crime in the Swedish capital.
An Italian company was right to sack an employee who slept on the job, Italy's highest court has ruled, after an appeals court overturned the dismissal.
The road to Europe is treacherous and children are involved in a new form of hide and seek in their quest for a better life.
Parisian woman takes up the fight over air pollution in the French capital.
A Spanish policeman has been killed during an operation against tobacco smuggling in La Linea, the town on the border with Gibraltar that has long been plagued by contraband.
Two daycare centres for children of international workers will be opened in Copenhagen, the city’s municipality has announced.
A 27-year-old Syrian man was arrested on Wednesday after he stabbed and killed a refugee aid worker during an argument in a Red Cross therapy and counselling centre, police said.
Fifteen people were hurt on Wednesday when a whirlwind hit a beach in north-eastern Sardinia, according to local media reports.
Italian cross-border workers in the canton of Ticino will no longer be obliged to systematically provide a copy of their police record in order to secure a work or residence permit.
Probably not the right time or place for an actor to be practicing his lines.
An elderly woman died and a man was injured after a fire raged through their terraced house.
"It is not going to help things, people (in Italy) have been mixing up Muslims with terrorism for a long time."
Pop superstars Shakira and Pharrell Williams announced on Wednesday that they will join the first Global Citizen festival in Europe to push leaders to end extreme poverty.
How a 20th century diary and days of exploring Stockholm gave Faisal Khan hope for Sweden's future.
Former champion Stan Wawrinka is the oldest French Open semifinalist in 32 years.
Hundreds of travel documents have disappeared without a trace from a Swedish embassy.