But the British PM Theresa May says talks will begin next week.
One of these villages will be named France's favourite.
The European Union's door remains open if Britain changes its decision to leave the 28-member bloc, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said Tuesday, while acknowledging such a move is unlikely.
Students at the Rygaards international school in Copenhagen repainted a graffiti-covered wall near their school with their own street art-inspired project.
German airline Lufthansa said Tuesday it would transfer five mammoth Airbus A380 planes from its Frankfurt home base to Munich, as a dispute with airport operator Fraport rumbles on.
Two long-awaited giant pandas from China will arrive in Germany in two weeks time, with Berlin rolling out the red carpet for the furry ambassadors' arrival.
Unemployment is falling among foreign-born people in Sweden, as well as the population on the whole.
Should Germany's spy agencies be allowed to watch over minors radicalized by extremist Muslim clerics? That was the question being discussed by interior ministers on Tuesday.
Japanese car maker Honda has chosen Denmark as the global test country for its new hydrogen-fuelled cars.
The main perpetrator behind a fire attack on a sleeping homeless man in Berlin last Christmas Eve was sentenced on Tuesday to two years and nine months in prison.
French authorities are set to investigate 1,000 cosmetic products that were included on a black list published by a leading French consumers group because they contain "undesirable" substances. The list included items by popular brands such as L'Oréal and Head&Shoulders.
The death of the young British woman is France's first fatality related to the notorious designer drug commonly known as 'N-bomb', reports say.
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo was on Tuesday accused of a €14.7 million tax evasion through offshore companies, the public prosecutor's office in Madrid announced.
Norwegian police are looking for three people who are suspected of carrying out an armed raid on a jeweller’s shop in Oslo on Monday.
The number of Americans becoming German citizens has been gradually increasing over the years, with 2016 reaching a record high since 2000, according to a new report.
A notorious German neo-Nazi and Holocaust denier arrested last month in Hungary after skipping his jail sentence was handed over to German authorities on Tuesday, Hungarian police said.
A world record for the biggest chess board was set in the town of Brekstad in Norway’s Sør-Trøndelag region on Sunday.
At sunset on Saturday evening dozens of Muslims from across Spain’s southern city of Granada gathered in a park in the city and prayed together before breaking their daily Ramadan fast.
Rome's mayor, Virginia Raggi, on Tuesday asked the interior ministry for migrant arrivals to the capital to be suspended.
A woman married to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s cousin applied for asylum protection in Germany. But her application was rejected.
Spain's government on Tuesday faced a vote of no confidence tabled by the far-left Podemos to denounce a series of corruption scandals that have hit Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative party.
The number of Brits who were awarded German citizenship in 2016 rose by 361 percent, as UK nationals desperately tried to secure themselves dual citizenship before Britain leaves the EU.
McDonald’s in France is to offer its customers the slightly more civilized option of eating its best burger with a knife and fork rather than their fingers.
These jobs are about as Swiss as you can get.
Danish postal operator Postnord cancelled deliveries to the neighbourhood of Vollsmose in Denmark’s third largest city, Odense, on Monday, citing threats and harassment in the area.
A day of weather extremes lies ahead for many in France.
The pilot of a Swiss fighter jet that crashed on a training exercise in 2015 did not correctly carry out emergency procedures, a military investigation has ruled.
Authorities in Munich arrested a suspect after shots were fired at the Unterföhring metro station on Tuesday morning. A police officer was shot in the head and is in a life-threatening situation.
President Emmanuel Macron looks set to continue his winning streak by gaining a massive majority in parliament, but that could mean problems for France and himself.
Swept to power in 2015 by Spain's "Indignants" anti-austerity movement, two political novices lead Madrid and Barcelona with the tough task of increasing social spending without generating more debt.
The mercury has soared in Italy over the past few days, and the heatwave seems to show no signs of letting up.
Learn about a great language programme that will help give your family a 'soft landing' in France.
Police have seized a person suspected of crashing a truck into a taxi in Stockholm on Tuesday morning.
A Syrian arrested in Germany on suspicion of belonging to the Isis terror group and raping a woman as she attempted to flee Isis-held territory has been ordered freed for lack of evidence, prosecutors said Monday.
Last week nine other animals were found dead in the area, likely poisoned.
US allies in the G7 said on Monday that action to contain devastating climate change was irreversible and could even be accelerated, despite Donald Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris accord.
However, the organization said Italy's economic growth remains one of the weakest in the EU.
Theresa May visits Paris with Brexit plans up in the air.
German discount grocery store giant Aldi unveiled a major US expansion plan on Monday, aiming to make it the third-largest US grocery chain in five years.
A new digital restoration of Federico Fellini's La Strada, 60 years after it won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, reminds us why it won over critics and audiences, writes Danielle Hipkins, an academic specializing in Italian language and film.
Will Sweden's Henrik Stenson tee off to victory in the US Open or will a new first-timer claim the top spot?