Hours of monsoon-style rain in Berlin on Thursday flooded busy streets and led trees to collapse onto train lines.
So bad you might just want to go back, and take your friends next time.
The Local went backstage at the Roskilde music festival to speak to three veteran volunteers about their roles and the culture behind the 46-year-old event’s workforce.
A police officer has shot and killed his deputy commander in San Donato Milanese, on the outskirts of Milan.
Having blocked a neo-Nazi demonstration in the town of Fredrikstad, police have now also vetoed a counter demonstration.
European leaders vowed Thursday to defend the landmark Paris climate pact at a G20 summit next week, setting them on collision course with US President Donald Trump at what is expected to be a stormy meeting.
Spanish plane leasing company Swiftair was charged Thursday in a French probe into the crash of an Air Algerie plane in Mali in 2014 in which 116 people died.
France is set to miss its deficit target.
The name of Ignacio Echeverria, the Spanish hero who was killed during the London Bridge attack, will live on at skateboard parks across Spain.
There's the official portrait and then there are the far funnier Twitter versions.
An official index on available jobs across Germany hit a record high in June, as strong economic growth continues to drive down unemployment, it was announced on Thursday.
A new human rights institution will soon be set up in Switzerland, according to a government statement on Wednesday.
A branch of the fast food chain McDonald's was evacuated on Thursday morning in Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighbourhood, after a gas canister with a probable detonator device was found inside.
The EU urged Italy on Thursday to allow more time to discuss its threat to suddenly stop vessels from other countries disembarking migrants in Italian ports, after rescuing them in the Mediterranean.
Swedish fashion giant H&M reported stronger profits than expected in the second quarter thanks to better cost control and the opening of new stores.
Two trams collided head first on Thursday morning in the Prenzlauer Berg district of Berlin, leaving 27 people with injuries and leading to suspensions on two lines.
Border forces in Switzerland will get reinforcements for the summer months, according to a police statement on Thursday.
German prosecutors said Thursday they were investigating three employees of car parts maker Bosch over involvement in Volkswagen's diesel emissions cheating scandal.
Germany said Thursday it had rejected a request by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to address ethnic Turks in Germany next week on the sidelines of a G20 summit.
Paris takes a step closer on Thursday to fulfilling its ambition of becoming Europe's technology capital when President Emmanuel Macron inaugurates Station F, the world's largest start-up incubator on the banks of the Seine.
These are the top 10 places in France where the French dream of owning a second home.
Police are investigating the behaviour of security personal on the S8 metro line from Munich Airport to the city, after they dragged a fare-dodging passenger from the train.
The text books and the tiring conversations are necessary but the most relaxing, culturally eye-opening and simply enjoyable way to learn French is by going to the movies, with a note pad of course, writes Manon Kerjean from Lost in Frenchlation.
Gays, lesbians and transgender people have been a feature of art -- and life -- throughout the ages, from the ancient Greeks to the Renaissance, 18th-century Japan to Native American tribes.
Trouble-hit Gothenburg harbour is still struggling to get its services up and running after shipping mammoth Maersk was hit by a cyber attack.
Hamburg has drafted in some 20,000 police to protect against terrorist attacks and street violence at the G20 summit, with the city police force describing it as the biggest operation the city has ever seen.
When the political becomes personal.
Good news for Parisians as the city's bus routes get their first update in 70 years.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that she was considering how to protect "strategic" EU industries from Chinese investment, drawing closer to the position of French President Emmanuel Macron.
The Swiss government has given the green light to two cantons to resume online voting in time for the next set of referendums in September.
The boom in luxury apartment blocks on the banks of the river Spree in east Berlin divide opinion. Now two new high rises and a hotel have been given the green light.
Technical problems at Oslo Airport created long queues Thursday morning, with many passengers thought likely to miss flights and baggage left in the departure hall.
You’ll now be fined €68 in parts of France if you don’t have this car sticker
A 10-year-old boy in Sardinia has been diagnosed with tetanus.
It took the intervention of politicians, a renowned pop singer and a petition with hundreds of thousands of signatures to ensure the happy ending.
Switzerland's chocolate-makers on Wednesday launched a new initiative aiming to improve conditions for workers in the industry and make Swiss chocolate more sustainable.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Thursday against protectionism and isolationism at a time when the world faces global challenges such as climate change and the threat of terrorism.
Thousands of revellers, many draped in rainbow flags, packed a Madrid square on Wednesday for the official launch of WorldPride festivities, one of the biggest celebrations of lesbian, gay and transgender rights.
Is it the Macron effect?
Danish shipping mammoth Maersk said Wednesday it had shut down some of its computer systems after a global cyberattack disrupted operations at its terminals and hindered it from taking new orders.
On Friday the Bundestag (German parliament) is set to vote on whether to legalize same-sex marriage. Despite large public support, a change in the law is still far from certain.
"Merkel has called a summit between Europeans because there is a problem with the relationship with Trump."
When you think about travel in Denmark, long journeys are probably not the first thing that springs to mind. But when you take them, they are well worth it.
With peak season approaching for refugees making treacherous journeys to and through Europe, don’t be surprised if we are told again that this is unprecedented.
Rival Cypriot leaders resumed efforts on Wednesday to solve one of the world's longest-running conflicts, as the United Nations hailed the "positive atmosphere" at talks aimed at bringing lasting peace to the Mediterranean island.
A top Qatari human rights group said on Wednesday it will employ Swiss lawyers to seek compensation for those impacted by the decision of Gulf countries to cut ties with the emirate.
A baby died at a hospital in Västerås after medical staff waited too long to carry out an emergency caesarean section, according to Sweden's watchdog the Health and Social Care Inspectorate.
Cardinal George Pell, one of the most powerful figures in the Vatican and Australia's most senior Catholic, was Thursday charged with historical sex offences, which he "strenuously denied".
Stephen McGown's father Malcolm said he had spoken twice to Johan Gustafsson, who was detained alongside Stephen, since his release earlier this week.