Sherida Spitse's penalty in Rotterdam gave the Netherlands a 1-0 win over Denmark in the second round of Group A matches at the women's European Championships.
Belgium took home their first-ever win at the women's Euros with a 2-0 victory that left 2013 runners-up Norway staring down the barrel of elimination after just two games.
The royal couple spent their second day in Germany in the picturesque town of Heidelberg, racing boats against one another, baking pretzels and sipping on beer. Here’s a look at the day in pictures.
French MPs can officially wear what they want to parliament (well, within reason) after authorities put an end to an ongoing row by confirming there was no rule to make them wear ties and suit jackets.
It turns out Houston was singing "I'm Lars without a cause", not "I'm lost without a cause", according to the complaint.
Postnord, the company responsible for distribution of Denmark’s post, has doubled its losses during the first half of 2017.
Finally you can travel around Austria with the help of Google.
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An autopsy on the body of the former head of Spanish bank Caja Madrid, who was sentenced to six years in prison for graft, confirms he committed suicide.
Believe it or not, some parts of Sweden are experiencing a water shortage. Here's everything you need to know about the situation.
In this week's The Local List, we offer you a round-up of ten of the best naughty but nice Spanish expressions for sex guaranteed to leave you choking on your churros.
Brexit negotiations in Brussels are proving fraught.
The massive number of court cases challenging asylum decisions have stretched authorities "to the limits", a leading judge told German media on Thursday.
Italian police are investigating football clubs for allegedly getting young African players false papers in a probe that could involve Serie A teams, national media reported on Thursday.
Police in Norway are set to open investigations into what authorities suspect to be illegal releases of pike fish at several locations in the country.
The ringleader of a gang whose criminal tentacles reached into almost every department of Rome's City Hall was sentenced to 20 years in prison by an Italian court on Thursday.
Why is begging synonymous with Paris? And is it wrong to hand over loose change?
Turkey on Thursday accused Germany of displaying "great political irresponsibility" in stepping up a travel warning for the country after Berlin reacted angrily to Ankara's latest arrests of human rights activists.
On Thursday the German customs agency presented a huge quantity of cocaine which it had seized at Hamburg harbour. It was the largest cocaine seizure in German history.
German prosecutors said Thursday they had carried out nationwide raids against people believed to possess child pornography, targeting nearly 70 prime suspects.
No site in the world has been continually excavated for so long as Pompeii, the city that lay buried after being destroyed when Mount Vesuvius erupted, until its accidental discovery over 1,700 years later.
Reports of sexual assaults and attacks on police during a small town festival have again sparked debate in Germany about integration, while also leading police to correct what they say are "misinterpretations" of what happened.
It's about to be up, up and away for Air France's new airline.
The painful memory of the "Boaty McBoatface" fiasco is about to be soothed thanks to a poll to name a new train in Sweden.
Servion zoo near Lausanne is celebrating the unexpected birth of two baby raccoons – the first at the zoo for 15 years.
A woman in her mid-30s and three children aged two to eight have died in a fire in Gothenburg.
Spanish police have recovered three of five paintings by British artist Francis Bacon that were stolen from a Madrid apartment in 2015.
The River Seine is going to get a makeover in Paris as well as in Rouen and Le Havre.
The Italian government has launched an app which will allow residents and tourists to connect to wifi across the country using a single log-in.
Since last July, some 22 German nationals have been arrested in Turkey. Nine still sit in prison. But Berlin is struggling to come up with an effective strategy against an ever more hostile Ankara.
It's not the first time there has been violence between Paris street vendors and police.
A married couple who are expecting a child together are celebrating after being told they can both stay in Sweden, after a decision to deport the husband was overturned in the appeals court.
Fika and openness are two of Sweden's most important concepts, but what happens when you combine them? You get fika with the Swedish government, which The Local happily went along to, given there was cake on offer.
Switzerland is second only to Norway as the best country to spend your retirement, a global study has found.
A sign on display in a café on the Danish island of Ærø has been reported to police after a nurse from the Ivory Coast found it offensive.
A man and a woman drowned on Wednesday at a beach on the Costa Blanca after ignoring a red flag and bathing in choppy seas.
What does the US president really think of Emmanuel Macron?
Thunderstorms across western Germany on Wednesday night left one woman dead, as well as streets and basements flooded, while lightning strikes started fires in other places.
Macron needs to win back trust from the armed forces.
EasyJet has secured an air operator's certificate in Austria that will enable it to keep flying across the EU after Brexit, the low-cost carrier said Thursday, and lifted earnings guidance.
The number of people seeking asylum in Switzerland is falling, according to official statistics.
Salvador Dalí's remains are to be exhumed today in a bid to test a fortune teller's claims the renowned surrealist is her father.
The former choirmaster of a Catholic school in Germany where more than 500 children were abused, including sexually, was a "fanatic" who was "feared" by pupils, his immediate successor said on Wednesday.
Morgan Stanley has picked Frankfurt as its temporary hub in the European Union once Brexit takes effect, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday.
A woman has died in a tragic accident in the Etang Long lake in the canton of Valais.
"Toto" Riina, 86, nicknamed "The Beast" because of his cruelty, has been serving a life sentence since 1993. He is thought to have ordered more than 150 murders.
To commemorate the fact that Salvador Dalí was born on this day - May 11th - in 1904, the Local takes a look at some of the more surreal aspects of his life.
An Italian startup has come up with a way to help children fight their fears of dentists, injections, and other medical procedures - through magic.
Telia has announced plans to cut hundreds of jobs in Sweden as part of a cost-reduction scheme.
Sweden's foreign minister, Margot Wallström, criticized Turkey for jailing a Swedish citizen along with several human rights activists, including Amnesty International's Turkey director.
Our attempt to translate some of our favourite untranslatable Swedish words.