The Local’s Punvi Kalia spoke to past and present international students in Denmark about the challenges they faced trying to fit into life in the Scandinavian country.
German government-owned Deutsche Bahn is investing millions in a Berlin taxi and ride-sharing startup that has its sights set on expanding in the United States and Asia, according to a media report on Monday.
Italy’s economy received a small boost on Monday after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) upped its 2017 and 2018 growth forecast for the country.
The Balearic regional parliament has voted in a raft of new measures that overhaul bullfights and ensure that no animals are hurt in the spectacle.
More Norwegians have a parent with foreign nationality than ever before, according to figures from Statistics Norway (Statistisk sentralbyrå).
Police have raised concern after groups of youths aged under 15 – one thought to be as young as nine – were caught robbing or trying to rob people in Stockholm last night.
A pensioner from southern Sweden has marked her 80th birthday in style by having a giant mural of a dragon painted on her house.
The number of road deaths continues to rise in France.
A video seen by The Local shows an English-speaking suspected shoplifter being tackled to the ground and placed in a chokehold, screaming "I can't breathe". Police are now investigating a complaint of dangerous assault.
Tensions around migrants are rising in south west France.
Macron gets ready to welcome Bono and Rihanna to the presidential palace.
German carmakers faced a brewing scandal Monday as suspicions grew they colluded illegally for decades, further damaging the industry's image and exposing it to massive financial risks.
Almost 1,500 US soldiers are set to join Sweden's largest military exercise in two decades.
Severe weather caused havoc across Norway on Sunday and Monday, with property and roads damaged and traffic delays in several areas.
Germany said the Turkey had informed it on Monday that it had dropped accusations of "terrorism" funding against major German companies amid a raging dispute between the NATO partners.
UPDATED: Ryanair has made a "non-binding offer" for its loss-making Italian rival Alitalia, the Irish no-frills carrier said on Monday.
Ben Gibson tells The Local about his extraordinary journey from new arrival in a city full of strangers to performing at a crowded music festival.
Police name the attacker as 51-year-old Franz Wrousis.
A homosexual couple were forced to cancel their holiday at a Calabrian guesthouse after the owner told them, via WhatsApp, that gays and animals are not allowed.
Former Denmark international goalkeeper Thomas Sørensen said Monday he is retiring from professional football after a playing career spanning 24 years.
Police in the canton of Vaud have arrested a suspect over the series of fires in the Fribourg/Vaud border area on July 15th which resulted in the death of 24 horses at a riding school.
A bear is being blamed for the deaths of an entire flock of sheep which were found at the base of a cliff in the Pyrenees near the border between France and Spain.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in a TV interview that though he is "irritated" about a lot of things happening under US President Donald Trump, he still has hope for the transatlantic relationship.
The Mistral is returning to Provence and bringing the threat of forest fires with it.
Macron is set to welcome Libya's two rival leaders in a bid to 'to facilitate a political agreement'.
Some 1.5 million Rome residents are bracing themselves for water rationing as Italy grapples with a severe drought.
German luxury carmaker BMW on Sunday denied any collusion with industry rivals on emissions from its diesel engines, saying none of its models had been "manipulated" or violated industry regulations.
A bachelor party turned into a nightmare in Wohlen in the canton of Aargau on Saturday.
Hygge in front of the fireplace may be a cornerstone of the Danish stereotype, but it’s more of a health hazard than many realise.
More and more women are taking up hunting in Sweden, where every fifth new licence is taken by a woman according to new figures.
Fran Kirby and Jodie Taylor handed England a 2-0 win over Spain in a game marred by heavy rain in Breda on Sunday, to make it back-to-back victories at the women's Euro tournament.
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has commented for the first time on a cyber security slip-up that made top secret police databases available to foreign IT workers.
"I went all out for the first 50, and hoped for the best on the last 50. It wasn't really smart swimming, I was just chancing it."
The Local contributor Nicole Zerrer spoke to Matthias Kamann, a German entrepreneur trying to explain Swedish culture to foreigners.