Donald Trump finally had some kind words for France on Thursday.
France and Germany agreed Thursday to begin work on a joint fighter jet, a major advance in their relations designed to underline their united front in the face of fracturing Western relations.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee said Thursday that China bears a "heavy responsibility" for the "premature" death of 2010 Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
Two people were reported dead on Thursday as a result of the wildfires which have swept across large parts of Italy and the south in particular.
The new agriculture minister of Germany’s largest state has been accused of mistreating animals on her own family farm.
The Local’s guest columnist Melanie Haynes speaks to Copenhagen Doctor Tina Horsted, one of the city’s few prescribers of medicinal cannabis, and shares her own experiences with the treatment.
Motorists in France could be set for a miserable day on the roads over the long national day weekend.
Although there will be pockets of French resistance in the capital.
Germany's Justice Minister opened up in an interview about how the atrocities of his country's Nazi past moved him to get involved in politics.
The first time they went up for auction, there were no buyers. But on Thursday, two Ferraris gifted to Spain's former king Juan Carlos by an Arab sheikh finally went for nearly €444,000, the government said.
A Canadian rapper has provoked the anger of Bretons after comparing the French region’s famous Kouign-Amann cake to a doughnut.
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Several people are injured after a bridge over a railway collapsed in Ludvika, Dalarna, in central Sweden.
Travelling by bus in Switzerland just got a whole lot more stylish as national bus company Postbus unveiled its new convertible coach.
An Italian pianist and mountaineer performed the 'world's highest piano concert in the Alps at an altitude of 4,460 metres.
French power giant EDF said Thursday that it has acquired 11 wind farm projects in Britain as part of its drive to double renewable energy capacity by 2030.
A Spanish judge has scheduled the exhumation of the remains of Salvador Dalí on July 20th, the artist's foundation and a court said Thursday, although this date may change if an appeal is accepted.
Norwegian hepatitis C patients are waiting longer than they should for medical treatment due in part to a monopoly on its supply, according to a report.
The French government is set to appeal a court ruling that the internet giant does not owe any taxes in France.
Foreign-born degree holders are paid less than their Swedish-born colleagues even when they have similar jobs, a new study shows.
An alternative agenda for Donald Trump on his trip to Paris.
A Swedish police chief's Facebook post slamming the country's asylum policy has provoked more than 13,000 reactions in two days.
Researchers at Swiss technology institute ETH Zurich have created an artificial heart that could be a step in a new direction for transplant patients.
Ten years after one of the bloodiest mafia shoot-outs in Germany, Italian and German politicians and researchers gathered in Berlin to discuss how to combat such criminal groups that still have a solid presence in the Bundesrepublik.
The heatwave sizzling Spain is expected to reach its peak Thursday with six provinces on red alert for extreme temperatures that could hit a record 46.9C.
Victims' families left distressed by publication of images.
Political representatives from the Nordic and Baltic parliaments recently took part in a top-level visit to Washington. Denmark was conspicuous by its absence.
Homesharing website Airbnb will remove adverts for lodgings in Barcelona that lack permits to host tourists under a deal reached Wednesday with city authorities after months of dispute.
The ferry company abandons a 50-year tradition.
Italian mafia expert and writer Roberto Saviano on Wednesday evening blamed "criminal organizations" for the huge fire which has spread over the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, as the Italian army were deployed to tackle the blaze.
Authorities in the Balearic Islands have appealed to the European Union to impose a ban on alcohol at airports and on flights in a bid to stop 'anti-social' drunken antics.
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German luxury automaker Daimler manipulated the engines of around one million diesel vehicles to make them appear less polluting, local media reported on Thursday, raising echoes of competitor Volkswagen's 'dieselgate' scandal.
The insured will bear the brunt of sharp rises in the cost of healthcare.
Around 1,000 tourists were evacuated from a village in Sicily as a fire raged on Wednesday evening, firefighters said.
The Danish opposition Social Liberal (Radikale Venstre) Party has clarified its position after a spokesperson appeared to suggest the party would join conservatives in supporting a ban on burqas.
A Düsseldorf court on Wednesday freed an intelligence agent detained last November on suspicion of being an "Islamist" preparing to bomb his agency's headquarters.
A former member of an IRA splinter group will face trial in Germany, 21 years after he allegedly tried to hit a British base there with mortar shells, the court said on Wednesday.
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Italy's Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni criticized fellow EU nations on Wednesday for leaving his country to grapple with the migrant crisis, despite pledges made by France and Germany.
Two people were gored during the seventh and penultimate running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona on Thursday.
German media groups protested on Wednesday after government authorities at last week's G20 summit suddenly withdrew the accreditations of 32 journalists on unspecified security grounds.
The Institut Villa Pierrefeu is the only Swiss finishing school left.
A shortage of priests in Swedish municipality Karlstad means the local diocese has now turned to importing pastors from abroad, with an international recruitment project under way.
Roger Federer moved into a 12th Wimbledon semifinal and within touching distance of a record eighth title.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II sought to sweep differences with Spain aside on Wednesday as she hosted a banquet for the country's King Felipe VI, just hours after he called for a deal on the status of Gibraltar.
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Two were injured in the fire which left large parts of the home for lone refugee children destroyed.
After a year in which he shot up the world rankings and turned heads in the golf world, Swede Alex Norén will tee up this week on Dundonald Links looking to become the first player ever to defend the Scottish Open title.