A new, gay-friendly mosque planned in Oslo will allow female imams and men and women praying together.
A study by the Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IW) has found that Germany is building in the countryside where people don’t want to live, while neglecting the over-filled cities.
Spanish officials announced on Tuesday new plans for fighting forest fires amid the summer heat - including drones, for the first time ever.
Almost all of France (apart from the south east) is now roasting under temperatures of up to 38C.
Can you actually use the subjunctive?
Travelling around Paris is about to get more a little more expensive...
Nearly 2,000 people are believed to have drowned trying to cross the Mediterranean this year, the UN's refugee agency said Tuesday on World Refugee Day, as it reported fresh deaths.
A new survey found that British tourists going on holiday on the continent were most likely to suffer food poisoning or lose their phones while on vacation in Spain.
Ikea is investigating after a man reported his grapes caught fire in one of their bowls.
Level three of France's emergency heatwave plan has been triggered for Paris as people continue to roast across France.
Schwesta Ewa, one of Germany's few famous female rappers, was found guilty on Tuesday of physical violence and tax evasion. But she escaped a pimping conviction.
Munich's city authority announced on Tuesday that the price of a Mass (litre) of beer will remain under €11 in all beer tents at this year's Wiesn (Oktoberfest).
Florence's Uffizi art gallery will this year play host to an outdoor cinema, for the first time in its history.
From how to make local friends to working out the grading system, British student Jessie Williams, who has just spent a year at university in France spells out what international students should expect: both the good and the bad.
Copenhagen’s municipality has approved in principle plans for skyscrapers that would be among the tallest buildings in Europe.
A Cologne court on Tuesday sentenced a man and a woman to jail for kicking a homeless man to death, and then burning his body last year.
A man who deliberately caused a gas explosion in his home, killing his wife and two neighbours, was sentenced on Monday to life imprisonment.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was on Tuesday accused of evading €3.3 million euro in tax at Real Madrid, the public prosecutor's office in Madrid announced.
Pope Francis made a pilgrimage on Tuesday to the tombs of two Italian priests known for their progressive social views and works during Italy's postwar years.
The latest stats on Swedes' attitude towards the EU.
People panicked and fled when a man shouted “Allahu Akbar” in a Lausanne metro station.
Cristiano Ronaldo will be staying at Spanish giants Real Madrid and no offer has been received to tempt him away, club president Florentino Perez insisted on Tuesday.
The millionth Martin Luther figurine was shipped in June.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday she was prepared to "consider" new French President Emmanuel Macron's proposals for a shake-up of the eurozone.
On June 19th, Swedish folk-rock sisters First Aid Kit played a gig at Gröna Lund, Stockholm, before their summer tour.
Carla Fendi, who along with four sisters helped build her parents' leather and fur goods shop in Rome into a global fashion powerhouse, has died aged 80, Italian press reports said on Tuesday.
The Spanish capital city is this year hosting the major World Pride celebration for the LGBT community, and officials are increasing security measures in anticipation of two million visitors.
French Defence Minister Sylvie Goulard announced her resignation on Tuesday over a fake jobs scandal that has hit her small centrist MoDem party, allied with President Emmanuel Macron's party.
Drivers who block up cycle lanes as they "pop into the bakery" are a constant thorn in the side of German cyclists. A Cologne politician decided to turn the tables.
Is it time to become French?
The so-called röstigraben is alive and well, as proved by Sunday’s historic referendum in Moutier.
Truck drivers who pass through Calais have long warned of the risks to the safety caused by the ongoing migrant crisis.
Three Ethiopian men stand accused of violently raping a women at a carnival in Mühlhausen last year. The woman told the court on Monday that she recognized the men.
A woman has escaped from a detention facility in Turin, abandoning her baby daughter, the Italian prison guards' trade union said on Monday.
A family from the town of Kolding in southern Denmark was asked to take down the American Stars and Stripes from a flagpole in their garden.
Spain's Foreign Minister on Monday dismissed the idea that his country would block a general Brexit agreement over possible disagreements about Gibraltar.
French Prime Minister says he's "not satisfied".
Survivors said traffickers intercepted their boat shortly after setting off and stole their engine.
An Italian fugitive who spent five years on the run has been caught hiding in a wardrobe after giving himself away to police by visiting his elderly mum.
A rental motorboat collided with a ferry on Lake Constance after a father left his son at the wheel.
Religious leaders around the world met Monday in Oslo to urge further efforts to fight deforestation that is wiping out thousands of square kilometres of rainforests each year.
Sweden's financial watchdog has approved online payment company Klarna's request to get a banking licence – with the fintech startup saying it wants to become the Ryanair of the industry.
Cornel Borbely, former chairman of the ethics committee's investigatory chamber, had opened an investigation into Fifa president Gianni Infantino.
Record tourism figures for Sweden, but not all areas are benefiting from the boost.