Helmut Kohl, the former German chancellor who seized the chance to reunite his country after years of Cold War separation, was a giant of contemporary European history who became celebrated as an architect of the continent's integration.
The leaders of the Social Democrats, Denmark’s biggest opposition party, and the populist Danish People’s Party (DF) want Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen to take measures against free movement within the EU.
Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, a colossus of contemporary European history who was celebrated as the father of German reunification and an architect of European integration, died on Friday at the age of 87.
The peace movement in Norway has its hands full. We are at a risky and uncertain point in the history of the High North – a dangerous one, even. But there are opportunities and brighter prospects, argues our guest columnist Hedda Langemyr.
Are French police finally close to solving the riddle of Gregory's murder?
The pressure is growing on Parisian men to close their legs on public transport.
Austrian and Germany have lashed out at Washington over new sanctions against Russia that target the planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Europe.
It's hot in Spain, so much so that over-heated students near Madrid were transferred from their school to a cooler place... which turned out to be the local air-conditioned funeral home.
The new ICE high-speed train between the German capital and Munich made its first journey on Friday, with only select guests invited for the trip.
His early release in 2013 sparked outrage and worry across Spain. Now he has again been arrested, accused of four acts of sexual assault.
The world's wine industry will converge on Sunday when the prestigious Vinexpo kicks off in Bordeaux, the capital of French viticulture, with Chinese visitors leading the pack of foreign punters.
35 tons worth of fidget spinners were classed as unsafe at Frankfurt Airport in May alone.
Spain on Friday threatened to block the latest bailout disbursement to Greece, angry that Athens failed to drop a legal case against European experts who had worked on the Greek privatization programme.
Denmark, a country committed to sustainable energy, lacks legislative commitment to CO2-free transport, argues our guest columnist Kristian Gosvig.
The contents of the parcel violated the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
Increased cash flow. Financial freedom. Sound good to you? Maybe you need a Rich Dad Education.
Germany on Friday lashed out at Washington over new sanctions against Russia that target the planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Europe.
The number of militant extremists living in Sweden has soared from a couple of hundreds a few years ago to thousands today, the security police Säpo believes.
How does France measure up when it comes to the well-being of its children?
A large majority of Europeans have a positive view of Germany, while seeing Berlin as still having too much power in EU affairs, a new survey shows.
A technical problem left a Renfe train traveling through Catalonia without any air conditioning or ventilation, causing some passengers to pull the emergency brake due to the insufferable heat.
The government says France is facing a "real public health problem" and action needs to be taken.
Contrary to claims that the German trade surplus harms Europe, a Swiss study shows that the German economy secures 4.8 million jobs in other European countries.
A new poll shows that while most Spaniards aren't eager to follow in the UK's footsteps, they are more likely than anyone else to want their own vote on the European Union.
Here's a recipe for a cake with a unique flavour of summer.
A Swiss parliamentary commission is to prepare a study on gay marriage after the right-wing Swiss People’s Party (SVP) on Friday failed in its bid to bury the issue.
Somalia’s ambassador to the EU has tied an agreement with Denmark on rejected asylum seekers to the long-standing and controversial case of a Somali refugee detained at a Danish psychiatric unit since 2001.
Most European countries view the EU more positively since the 2016 Brexit vote - but Italians buck the trend.
Despite opposition from the French government.
Swiss federal railways (SBB) is to pilot a new eco transport pass that includes use of an electric bike for a year.
Spanish weathermen are warning of a continued heatwave starting on Friday and going into the weekend, with temperatures reaching 42C in some parts.
Will top French politician Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (NKM) be looking for a new job come Sunday's election?
Despite the recent "America First" scoldings of President Donald Trump, foreign automakers have helped transform the economy of the Deep South in the past three decades.
Macron's party is still on course to sweep to victory.
Rome mayor Virginia Raggi swept to power vowing to clean up the Eternal City and show the populist Five Star Movement (M5S) was ready to govern Italy.
UberPop drivers who do not have a taxi permit are operating illegally and could be fined, Zurich’s government said on Thursday.
The woman was left in a coma after being crushed when panic broke out at a screening of a football match two weeks ago.
A unique history, vast forests and a wide array of activities make little-known Finnskogen a destination of choice for nature lovers, says our travel editor Marie Peyre.
The country's very first "liberal" mosque is set to open its doors on Friday in the capital - and inside a Protestant church.
We should all enjoy summer like this elk.
Nico Hischier is likely to be the first or second choice in the NHL draft in late June.
Now you've got no excuses!
Gonorrhea infections continue to increase in Sweden, despite numerous safe sex campaigns and experts warning that some strains could become incurable.