Anti-capitalist protesters wreaked havoc Friday in the G20 summit's host city of Hamburg, torching cars, firing flares at police choppers and blocking US First Lady Melania Trump at her residence.
Danish international defender Mathias Jørgensen became Premier League debutants Huddersfield's latest signing of the close season on Friday.
The balaclava-wearing radicals known as "black blocs" rampaging through the streets of Hamburg during the G20 summit trace their roots back to Cold War-era West Germany.
Is Paris selling its soul to attract London's Brexiting bankers?
It's the start of the French school holidays, which means stay off the roads, if you can.
Former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi, the head of the ruling Democratic Party, on Friday said Italy should allow only a "fixed number" of migrants into the country as it grapples with a wave of people arriving by sea from North Africa.
Police in the French city of Lyon were left red faced after destroying a 400 square metre art installation that they mistook for an illegal cannabis plantation.
The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration says it is downsizing operations after 2,380 asylum seekers came to the country in the first half of 2017 – the lowest number since the 1990s.
His injuries are serious.
A man who disappeared in Palermo, Italy – and has been sought by Interpol since 2011 – has been found by police in Madrid.
A 16-year-old boy who shot a janitor four times in central Malmö earlier this year has been found guilty of attempted murder.
Remember the showdown in "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly?" Well Ennio Morricone, one of the world's greatest living composers, wants you to tear your eyes away from the film's gunslingers and listen instead.
A white kangaroo was reported to be on the loose near the Danish town of Køge Thursday, after it sprang out of its owner’s property.
Seven men arrested by security forces in Andalusia today were said to be specialists in blowing up ATMs in the Malaga and Cordoba regions.
Two Americans and a Spaniard were gored on Friday at the first running of the bulls at the annual San Fermin fiesta in Pamplona, organisers said.
A cooperative of illegal street sellers in Barcelona has launched its own clothing brand, Top Manta, which reclaims a derogative term used to describe their activities in the past.
A French police officer who works in the Paris area who is suspected of having expressed support for terror group Isis has been charged for allegedly helping his brother aid jihadists travelling to the Middle East.
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Another one of Macron's ministers is facing growing pressure over another corruption scandal.
A Frenchwoman suspected of being a threat to Switzerland’s security was arrested and deported from the country in March, police have said.
French authorities taking no risks ahead of national holiday on July 14th.
Four out of 10 of Europe's most visited tourism hotspots are in Spain.
A researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) says the culling of 2000 reindeer in the country’s Nordfjella region might be unnecessary.
Three men with previous links to a neo-Nazi organization have been jailed in connection with bomb attacks in the Gothenburg area last winter.
German prosecutors said Friday they have arrested a former executive of top-of-the-range car maker Audi in connection with the massive emissions-cheating scandal that has engulfed its parent company Volkswagen since 2015.
The historic centre of Vienna has been added to Unesco's list of sites in danger due to a high-rise project that the body says will undermine the area's value.
EU interior ministers on Thursday pledged to back an urgent European Commission plan to help crisis-hit Italy, which has been overwhelmed by a wave of migrants arriving by sea from North Africa.
It is one of the most secretive organizations in the world, with power passed through blood ties and family loyalty. But Italy's ruthless 'Ndrangheta mafia may have met its match.
The United Kingdom's ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, signaled at a gathering with Spanish media that the UK is determined to sort out the rights of Spanish citizens in the UK as well as those of British citizens living in Spain.
44 percent of Danes want wages to be deducted from smoking breaks during working hours, according to a new survey.
"They're raised as princes destined to inherit a dynasty, the embodiment of their town's criminal history."
The Zurich cantonal bank (ZKB) has come up with a novel way of celebrating its 150th birthday in 2020.
Shocking scenes of rioting have emerged from Hamburg on Friday, where the G20 summit officially started. The Local was on the ground in the port city.
Streaming platform SoundCloud, which has become a favorite tool of artists but has struggled to find ways to make money, said Thursday it would lay off nearly half its staff.
The French and Russian foreign ministers vowed Thursday to put aside their countries' differences to fight and defeat extremism.
Up to eight people belonging to two families were feared missing after a residential building collapsed near Naples on Friday morning.
World record holder Wayde van Niekerk stormed to victory in the 400m at the Diamond League meet at Lausanne on Thursday.
It's the 34th operation of its kind since summer 2015.
The mummified body of a woman in her fifties was found inside her apartment in a town in northern Spain where her neighbours had not seen her for at least four years, police and reports said Thursday.
Marathon talks aimed at ending Cyprus's drawn-out conflict sputtered out early Friday.
Switzerland's highest court has rejected former Uefa chief Michel Platini's appeal against a four-year suspension from football.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has promised more cash and attention for rural Sweden.
At least 76 police officers were hurt on Thursday in clashes with anti-G20 protesters in Hamburg, German authorities said, as a demonstration dubbed "Welcome to Hell" erupted in violence shortly after it began.
While the world fixes its eyes on the northern German city for the G20, The Local takes a look at what else Hamburg has to offer, aside from heated political discussions and protests.