A Syrian couple will seek legal aid after being forcibly separated by an unlawful directive by Danish immigration minister Inger Støjberg.
From average wages to the percentage of temporary contracts.
Gay couples in France have won a key victory in the surrogacy battle with a new ruling from the country's highest appeals court.
The vast majority of Gothenburg residents would recommend moving to the city and believe it is a good place, according to a new study.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at Germany on Wednesday, warning that it was "committing political suicide" on the eve of his expected meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A new report reveals why the German capital is the best place for "digital nomads" looking to travel the world while still making a living.
Britain's Foreign Minister Boris Johnson told his Italian counterpart on Wednesday that legal reasons prevented the transfer to Rome of a critically-ill British baby due to be taken off life support.
The number of Norwegian holiday homes rented on shared economy site Airbnb has increased by 58 percent over the last year, according to the company.
A child in Darmstadt sparked the evacuation of a kindergarten on Wednesday by unearthing a Second World War bomb and bringing it back to the classroom, police said.
Fancy owning a mill in the Charente?
While politicians, journalists and demonstrators descend upon Hamburg in the thousands for the G20 summit, the city's notorious red-light district isn't best pleased. And certain high-profile visitors certainly aren't welcome.
A "storm in a teacup" has been made about a warning a travel company sent out to customers travelling to southern Swedish city Malmö, according to the CEO of the agency.
Three alleged Syrian jihadists went on trial in Germany Wednesday accused of plotting coordinated suicide bombings and shootings in the western city of Düsseldorf.
The German Federal Criminal Police Office said on Tuesday that it has purchased the vast amount of leaked data known as the Panama Papers, which revealed the legally dubious offshore activities of celebrities, politicians and sports stars last year.
Eleven vaccinations for young children will be made compulsory in France from 2018. A "short term evil for the long term good", doctors say.
One of the leading voices in the fight for Sardinian independence from Italy died in hospital on Wednesday, Italian media reported.
Rising rental prices, noise and crowds jostling for space in the streets and the disappearance of traditional, everyday stores have all contributed to forcing locals out of popular city centres across Spain.
A 22-year-old man wearing a balaclava and carrying a knife has been arrested on suspicion of multiple break-ins in the town of Langesund in Telemark County.
Almedalen Week could become a sought-after global platform to share new ideas. It has everything going for it, writes senior Indian journalist Rupali Mehra.
Raids linked to a group known as the "Kamikaze bikers".
A Swedish neo-Nazi group will no longer be able to use one of its trademarks on promotional material after a complaint was launched by a German firm.
France will on Wednesday pay its respects to women's rights icon, Simone Veil.
Simone Veil to be buried alongside other great French figures, the president announced.
The chairperson of Denmark’s agriculture council says farmers should be allowed to hunt wolves, with the animal breeding much faster than expected.
Italy's troubled bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) said on Wednesday that it would close nearly a third of its branches and axe around a fifth of its workforce just a day after the EU approved a 5.4-billion-euro ($6.1 billion) bailout.
A group of armed Chechen men have beaten or threatened several women in Berlin in recent weeks for not abiding by their retrograde understanding of the Quran, Tagesspiegel reports.
At least 13 people were detained in Barcelona on Wednesday as part of a Europe-wide operation against members of Italy's Camorra crime syndicate, a Spanish police spokesman said.
If you've spent a summer in Sweden you've heard of Allsång på Skansen. Photographer Micke Bayart was there and managed to snap some pictures for The Local's readers. Enjoy!
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called for calm Wednesday in the face of "authoritarian delusions" in the northeastern region of Catalonia, where an independence drive is in full swing.
The feminist founder of a new, "liberal" mosque in Berlin is now under police protection "around the clock" after receiving numerous threats, which she blames on Turkey.
A young man was killed by a commuter train as he lost his balance while urinating on the rails at a station outside Paris.
The French government wants to raise the price of a pack of cigarettes to €10, but will the price rise really help the nation ditch a habit that kills 80,000 each year?
Fifteen years of free movement has benefited the Swiss economy, according to a Swiss report.
The Italian Senate has proposed a more relaxed version of a controversial law on vaccines for school children, with fewer vaccinations considered compulsory and reduced penalties for those who don't comply.
At least 13 people were detained in Barcelona on Wednesday as part of a Europe-wide operation against members of Italy's Camorra crime syndicate.
The hot weather is back...but not for long this time.
The European Commission on Tuesday unveiled a new plan to help Italy cope with a massive fresh influx of migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea, mostly Africans setting sail from Libya.
Turkey protested officially to Germany on Tuesday that an artist had been allowed to set up an installation in central Berlin, apparently offering a car as a prize in exchange for killing world leaders including President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Protesters clashed with police in Puglia over the removal of ancient olive trees to make way for a controversial pipeline.
Leaders of the world's top economies will gather Friday in Germany for likely the stormiest G20 summit in years, with disagreements ranging from wars to climate change and global trade.
Cuban-American multimillionaire Roberto Polo will loan his collection of 7,000 contemporary paintings, sculptures and photos to Spain for 15 years, the country's biggest cultural deal in over 20 years, officials said Tuesday.
Supporters of a popular initiative to give fathers four weeks paternity leave were jubilant yesterday as they lodged the initiative with parliament.
Around 50 migrants are missing and feared drowned at sea, Spanish coastguards said Tuesday, after they rescued three "exhausted and disorientated" men from a rubber boat that had initially held many more people.
Riot police used water cannon overnight Tuesday to disperse several gatherings of protesters ahead of the G20 summit in Hamburg.
"We are facing a tragedy of incredible dimensions... (but) the solution is not at sea."
Brody will receive the prestigious Leopard Club Award when the Locarno Film Festival kicks off next month.
The lives of rail commuters between Sweden and Denmark are set to become easier.
The decision makes Volvo the first traditional car maker to pull the plug on cars powered only by a combustion engine.