Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Monday compared the far-left and anarchist radicals who rampaged through the G20 summit host city of Hamburg to "neo-Nazis and Islamist terrorists".
Investigators in Germany said on Monday they are probing employees of luxury sports car maker and Volkswagen subsidiary Porsche over emissions cheating.
A 35-year-old man who is accused with a murder at the Sandholm asylum centre will go on trial in October.
Blame continues to be passed around for the violent images that emerged surrounding Hamburg’s G20 summit on Friday and Saturday, with some pointing fingers at police as well as left-wing radicals.
France's new ecology minister is not a fan of nuclear power.
Denmark’s foreign ministry says it is increasing its humanitarian aid to Iraq after the country’s security forces regained the city of Mosul.
France has a new Unesco site, although it's very German.
Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party has blamed a culture of silent tolerance of left-wing extremism for riots that blighted Hamburg during the G20 summit over the weekend.
While the United States has continued to debate so-called "bathroom bills" targeting transgender people, Berlin’s justice minister is hoping to open up government building bathrooms to all.
A rowdy group of Italians took the tradition of “running” during Pamplona’s famous festival just a little too far by attempting to bolt of a restaurant without paying.
A new US study has concluded that Sweden is the best place in the world for immigrants, but do immigrants in the country agree?
A fight among mothers over where to place their baby carriages on a bus escalated at the weekend, leaving several officers slightly injured.
Will blue lobster and caviar help persuade Trump not to ditch Paris climate deal?
Police officers from Italy's anti-terrorism unit Digos on Sunday raided a self-styled 'fascist beach club' near Venice following a newspaper's exposé.
When a train in North Rhine-Westphalia repeatedly stopped and started too abruptly, travellers decided to call in on the driver.
The Bundesrepublik was named the fifth best country worldwide for immigrants in a ranking by U.S. News and World Report.
It's the first time tourists at a Charles-de-Gaulle airport hotel have been targeted.
British rock star Sting has donated the prize money from prestigious music award the Polar Music Prize to a Swedish project which helps young refugees integrate through music.
Apple on Monday said it would invest six billion Danish kroner ($920 million, 810 million euros) in a data centre in Denmark, its second in the country to run entirely on clean energy.
Two new Italian treasures were awarded Unesco World Heritage status at the weekend, and the country continues to boast more sites with the honour than anywhere else in the world.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested after four people were shot at the Blå nightclub in Oslo in the early hours of Sunday.
The new president of France will lobby for the French capital's bid during his visit to the Olympic city.
A 13-year-old boy in Bavaria was found by police to be passing out thousands of euros in cash. But his motive wasn’t quite philanthropic.
Sweden is the best place in the world for immigrants, at least according to a new ranking.
Stricter regulations over the sale and consumption of alcohol in the Italian capital came into force at the weekend, with notices put up across the city in four languages.
British holidaymakers have been warned to be on alert for terror attacks as they head for tourist resorts this summer and to watch a youtube video on how to survive.
Fewer than half the weddings that took place in Switzerland last year were between two native Swiss people.
Around 30 Muslim leaders from across Europe gathered Sunday for a rally against terror in Berlin at the site of a deadly truck attack in December, claimed by the Isis terror group.
A 48-year-old man was on Sunday deported from Italy for "reasons of danger to society", the Interior Ministry said.
France's finance minister urged his European counterparts Sunday to do more to chase down tax due from the European operations of US tech giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook.
Who says you need to have a programming background to be a part of Berlin’s booming tech startup scene?
Nearly 500 police officers were injured in clashes with protesters during the G20 summit, officials said Sunday, after fresh riots broke out overnight.
Norway, which is not a member of the EU, has slammed Brussels for authorising European vessels from mainly Baltic nations to fish for crabs in the Svalbard area, saying it violates its national sovereignty.
The body of Marco Gottardi, an Italian architect who lived in the London tower block which went up in flames last month, has been identified, according to Italian media reports on Monday.
Travel chaos in the French capital on Monday morning.
Switzerland was battered by heavy storms on Saturday and Sunday which caused millions of francs worth of damage.
Austria has blocked Turkish economy minister Nihat Zeybekci from entering the country to join a rally marking the anniversary of last year's failed coup attempt in Turkey.
Bread containing GMOs was approved for use during Catholic masses, however.
Details of the charges have not been made public although police said they involved "multiple complainants".
Sweden's deportation rate for those who have had an asylum application rejected dropped by 30 percent between January and April, compared to the same period in 2016.
A relocation coach talks to The Local about what to do before making the move to Italy - and which pitfalls to avoid.
Eight men in black robes, sitting in a circle on chairs in the street outside a cathedral look on, stony-faced, as a bailiff calls the accused. They form the Water Court of Valencia, a millennial institution in Spain.
Stockholm residents were given an unpleasant surprise on Sunday night when the country's public warning siren was accidentally triggered, leaving people scrambling for information.