Event organisers and politicians have criticised a decision by Denmark’s Roads Agency to withdraw permission for sporting events on the 6.8-kilometre Great Belt Bridge.
An 18-year-old man from the Danish island of Bornholm has been remanded for possession of child pornography, two months after police seized his computers.
Numbers of Norwegian civil weddings are catching up with church ceremonies, according to latest figures.
A man with a diplomatic passport is accused of filming up a woman's skirt during a town festival by Lake Constance.
Normandy and Dordogne are among the departments expected to be hit by violent storms.
The four, including two women and a child, were arrested along with the British pilot.
Trash collection in Stockholm is finally back under way after a strike that lasted almost two weeks came to and end.
The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday raised its 2017 growth forecast for Spain, citing strong exports, a rebound in consumer demand and a booming tourism sector.
Paris police chief says misuse of sirens is causing needless anxiety for locals.
The famous white sari with three blue borders worn by saint Mother Teresa has been copyrighted by nuns, and one of the Vatican's top cardinals is not pleased.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman on Tuesday condemned the detention of a human rights activist, who has become yet another German swept up in Turkey's mass arrests amid President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ongoing crackdown on perceived opponents.
Will the passion endure after Brexit?
German regional economic powerhouse Bavaria agreed a slew of measures Tuesday designed to reduce harmful air pollution in cities without pulling diesel vehicles off its roads.
A new study of smartphone data by Stanford University researchers shows that Swedes take more steps each day than Brits and Americans, and the Nordic nation has a corresponding lower obesity rate.
The Local's contributor Nicole Zerrer has explored Gotland, and found ten things that makes this Swedish island stand out.
An Italian woman is suing a hospital for over 200,000 euros after undergoing an unsuccessful abortion.
Police raided the headquarters of Spain's football federation on Tuesday and arrested its president Angel Maria Villar as part of an anti-corruption probe.
Bob l'éponge turns up on the beaches of northern France to the bemusement of locals.
There are currently more than 13,000 girls in Germany whose families plan to have them circumcised - an increase of 4,000 over last year - women's rights group Terre des Femmes claims.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a whirlwind tour of Germany ahead of them as they arrive first in Berlin on Wednesday, with the little ones also by their sides. Here's where to see them in the capital, as well as in Heidelberg and Hamburg.
At least 547 boys at a German Catholic choir school fell victim to sexual and physical abuse in what some later compared to "prison, hell or a concentration camp", an investigator's report said Tuesday.
Police hunt masked men who targeted motorists and holidaymakers in their cars.
"America First"? Mais non, not when it comes to a nation's global influence.
A court in eastern Germany has told a Syrian woman that she is not allowed to appear in court for divorce proceedings against her husband unless she takes off her headscarf, Tagesspiegel reports.
But the company said it was set to reach annual targets.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Also known as Halmstad.
Norway’s Safe Traffic agency says that 6 out of 10 of the country’s cyclists do not wear helmets enough.
Almost one in five young Italians are neither employed, job-seeking, nor in full-time study, according to an EU-wide report released on Monday.
A golden jackal has been sighted in the canton of St Gallen for the very first time.
Human remains dating from before World War Two were discovered preserved in the ice at Glacier 3,000 last week.
We all know Seville is stunning, Barcelona's beautiful and Oviedo's awesome but Spain has dozens of small towns that are just waiting to be discovered.
People were evacuated from their homes in Naples and Rome as wildfires continued to devastate the Italian countryside, while police have arrested at least four suspected arsonists across the country.
Things aren't getting any easier for the struggling Swedish telecoms giant.
Shelters in Copenhagen and on Zealand for women who have been subjected to domestic violence are almost full to capacity, according to a report.
Suncream and parasols at the ready!
When his cargo of diesel and petrol caught fire in a built up area of Bavaria on Monday, a truck driver was unable to put out the flames. So he risked his life to make sure others weren’t put in danger.
Immigration to Switzerland is slowing down, particularly from the European Union, according to new figures from the Swiss migration office (SEM).
Leonor Espinosa, a Colombian chef known for sourcing local ingredients and giving back to the communities that supply them, has won the Basque Culinary World Prize, a €100,000 prize for chefs who make a difference.
Brits might accuse the French of wanting to have their fish and eat it too.
Francesco Totti confirmed his retirement on Monday, the Roma legend announcing "a new adventure" in his storied career as he takes up a directorship role at the Serie A club.
US regulators have fined French banking giant BNP Paribas $246 million for the bad behaviour of its traders.
Venice has topped travellers’ bucket lists for centuries, but in recent years the city has struggled to cope with mass tourism, while tension has grown between visitors and locals.
New figures from the Migration Agency show how many IT and tech workers have been told to leave the country in the past years.
Sweden brought Germany to a goalless draw while underdogs Russia stunned Italy as Group B opened at the women's Euro tournament in the Netherlands.
OPINION: The UK should learn from Sweden when it comes to educating young immigrants, argues Nottingham University's Joanna McIntyre in this opinion piece first published by The Conversation.