Norwegian customs officers at the Svinesund border between Sweden and Norway have seized more beer and spirits during the first half of 2017 than in the whole of last year.
King Felipe also called for a Brexit deal that would provide "stable living conditions" and "certainty" for hundreds of thousands of Spanish nationals living in Britain and Britons living in Spain.
Donald Trump has said he wouldn't come to France because "it's not what it was". But he's due to arrive on Thursday and he might be surprised.
The managing director of Samsung Next Europe told The Times on Wednesday that the Korean company chose Berlin as their European headquarters over London because of its famed affordability.
France is to take measures to provide more housing for migrants and not before time according to one French mayor.
A woman from Oslo who has been arrested and charged with the murder of her husband was granted a restraining order against him but withdrew it.
A woman who was forced by her pimp to get a tattoo bearing his name on her neck has won the right to have it removed at the cost of her health insurance company.
An explosion on board a yacht in Minden, North Rhine-Westphalia left one police officer and 15 firefighters injured, three seriously.
Eating habits in France are changing and not for the better.
The first of more than 3,500 would-be migrants picked up off the coast of Libya in recent days arrived Wednesday in Italy, as Rome pressures other countries into taking their share.
Police in Darmstadt had to intervene on Tuesday morning after several people alerted them to a man screaming for help as he clung for dear life onto the hood of a moving car.
The magistrate who first investigated the still unsolved murder of a four-year old-boy has been found dead just weeks after a dramatic development in the case.
Matthias Kamann, the author of 'How to be Swedish: a quick guide to Swedishness in 55 steps' shares his ten best tips for Swedifying yourself.
Credit and bond purchases that benefited Greece also brought in revenues to Germany, to the tune of €1.34 billion, according to a media report on Tuesday.
Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are on their first state visit to the United Kingdom.
Venture capital investments in German startups hit a record level in the first half of 2017, with Berlin seeing a huge rise in funding for its startup scene, a new report shows.
San Pedro del Pinatar in Murcia is the latest seaside town in Spain to bring in a raft of measures to control behaviour on its beaches.
A word of advice: Get to the airport early if you are taking a flight from Paris this summer.
Only 60 percent of Italians use the internet, according to a report from communications regulator Agcom which was presented to the government on Tuesday.
Topless activists interrupted a concert by Woody Allen in Germany, calling for an end to the "culture of silence" around sexual abuse allegations against the US director.
Cecilia Ekbäck has top billing at the Semana Negra, the crime-writing festival taking place this week in Gijón.
Around 65 waste collectors in Stockholm quit their jobs on Wednesday, a week after they first walked out in a pay dispute and row over keys.
The "taxe d'habitation" residence tax is set to go for 80 percent of households.
A 4.5 kilometre-long racing track, which would see Formula 1 cars racing through the heart of Copenhagen, has been developed by a consortium and approved by the motor sport’s bosses.
Were Macron's words just a gaffe taken out of context or old-fashioned racism from "the French elite"?
Two houses in Bulle in the canton of Fribourg were struck by lightning during a violent storm on Monday night, police have said.
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The mayor of Naples on Wednesday called for Italy to declare a national state of emergency as firefighters, continued to battle a huge blaze on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, while almost 300 wildfires raged across the country as a whole.
Angela Merkel's cabinet agreed on Wednesday to tighten scrutiny on takeovers of companies in strategic industries by buyers outside the EU, the Economy Ministry said, reacting to Europe-wide disquiet over Chinese takeovers.
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Dozens of firefighters were on Wednesday continuing to tackle a series of wildfires on the slopes of Italy's Mount Vesuvius.
Tourists in Brittany are being urged to take care in the sun this summer.
A bridge in central Venice was closed on Tuesday over fears that it could collapse.
Denmark’s rail operator DSB could reintroduce a limited version of its now-defunct sales trolley after a successful trial period.
Police commandos in Saxony-Anhalt shot a man dead on Tuesday after he opened fire on them with "an automatic combat rifle", police report.
Update: Four men were arrested on Wednesday, including one museum security guard, accused of stealing a museum’s 100-kilo coin, worth nearly €1 million.
A blame game over ugly street violence that marred Germany's hosting of the G20 summit last week spilled into the national election campaign Tuesday as Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel attacked Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Seven EU and six Western Balkan nations hold an annual summit on Wednesday in Trieste, with leaders hoping to bolster security in one of the continent's more vulnerable flanks and forge closer ties.
Pope Francis on Tuesday added a new pathway to becoming a saint.
A group of far-right activists has hired a vessel to patrol the Mediterranean and prevent would-be migrants from reaching Europe, organizers said on Tuesday.
Paris and Los Angeles are likely to be the next two host cities - but in what order?
Spanish King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia begin a state visit to Britain on Wednesday, as the two countries attempt to strengthen ties despite tensions over Britain's plans to leave the European Union and the sovereignty of Gibraltar.
The world’s largest all-women expedition to Antarctica will set sail next year, with 80 scientists travelling to the globe's southernmost continent. Italian physicist Elena Joli tells The Local about the goals behind the mission to what she calls "a magical, iconic, wild and remote place".
Researchers in Sweden have listed the top four things people can do to reduce their carbon footprint.