Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah will delay his impending track retirement by a few days to compete at the Zurich Diamond League final.
With a no-confidence motion looming, the Social Democrats have launched a social media campaign evoking Barack Obama's 'Hope' poster to back Defence Minister Hultqvist.
A 17-year-old Danish boy was killed in the early hours of Friday when he was struck by a train on the island of Funen, police said.
UPDATED: One person was killed and six others were injured on Friday when a failed asylum-seeker brandishing a knife attacked shoppers in a Hamburg supermarket, shouting "Allahu Akbar" before being overpowered by passers-by, police and officials said.
An administrative court ruled on Friday in favour of Stuttgart banning old diesel cars to decrease pollution, much to the dismay of the state's auto industry.
A fourth person was arrested on Friday in connection with two separate shooting episodes in Oslo over the past week.
A 25-year-old man will have to pay thousands of kroner as punishment for crossing over to the Russian side at Treriksrøysa, a man-made stone mound where the borders of Norway, Finland and Russia meet.
Spain's economic activity is on the verge of recovering pre-crisis levels, official figures showed Friday, thanks to strong domestic consumption, an improvement in manufacturing and a tourism boom.
Sweden's economy has grown at a pace that exceeded expectations to the extent that some analysts called it "crazy strong", leaving Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson rejoicing.
A British man was handed a suspended jail sentence by a court in Cologne on Friday for a massive cyber attack against Deutsche Telekom last year.
Happy Birthday, Honorine!
Germany warned on Friday that it would not accept any new US sanctions against Russia that targeted European companies at the same time.
At least one person has been charged with vandalism for lopping off Norway’s “troll penis” rock last month.
Hundreds of hot balloons filled the skies of eastern France.
The powerful head of Poland's governing conservatives, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has accused Germany of "rejecting" its World War II responsibilities, going as far as to suggest Berlin should pay reparations.
The first decrease in enrolment since 2008 is a sign that young people are focusing on their employment prospects, the minister for higher education said.
Air France on Thursday said it was investigating how a passenger was put on the wrong plane, travelling with a boarding pass bearing the same name as another passenger on that flight.
A gym in the eastern German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has come in for criticism after it posted a notice in its window telling ethnic minorities they weren't welcome anymore, German media reported on Thursday.
"It's out of the ordinary for something like this to happen."
Libya's UN-backed unity government chief has denied that an agreement has been struck with Rome to deploy Italian vessels in Libyan waters to combat human trafficking.
Here's what you should know about the forest fires raging in France.
A post-mortem determined that three-year-old Lucía Vivar Hidalgo died from a head injury most likely received after she fell asleep on the tracks and was hit by the first commuter train of the morning.
The woman's body was found in a bin in the cellar of a residential building in the French capital.
Riots at the G20 summit in Hamburg and neo-Nazis giving the Hitler salute at a far-right festival in Thuringia have made headlines in July. But how do Germans think the state should react to political militants?
The Local takes a look back through the country’s long and fascinating history, starting with the date the Confederation was born.
Some people might say that becoming a German is about taking language classes, going through a citizenship test, and all that official nonsense. But we think the following things are a much better measurement.
British telecoms and television broadcasting firm BT Group on Friday posted a 42-percent slump in profits during its first quarter, rocked by fresh fallout from an Italian accounting scandal.
A rather forgetful Berliner had a slice of luck on Thursday. A very honest person found several bars of gold and a huge wad of cash that he had forgotten under a tree in the Neukölln district.
The continuous rain throughout this week has at last ended, but there are still visible signs of the serious flooding that ensued, especially in central Germany.
There will be no new government formed ahead of schedule in Sweden after the PM instead opted for a cabinet reshuffle in response to an opposition no-confidence motion, but was it the right move?
The centre has been controversial since it opened in 2016.
With its deserted bunkers, abandoned barracks and ghostly hospital ruins, Berlin is a magnet for urban explorers who seek out abandoned places and time-travel through the German capital's Cold War past.
Up, up and away..?
An investment banker who killed a Polish prostitute in Zurich’s Dolder Grand hotel in 2014 was on Thursday sentenced to 17 years in prison by a Swiss court.
A commuter train slammed into the end of the platform during the morning rush hour at a busy station in Barcelona on Friday, leaving 54 people injured, emergency services said.
The French economy saw growth even as investments in business dipped during the second quarter of 2017.
German auto giants Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler were hit with lawsuits this week charging the companies colluded illegally to drive up the prices of their cars.
The oldest film festival in the world is going big on nail-biters this year with thrillers dominating the race for Venice's coveted Golden Lion award, organisers said on Thursday.
Germany on Thursday ordered luxury car brand Porsche to recall 22,000 vehicles across Europe over emissions test cheating amid a widening election-year scandal.
After nearly 20 years working with wheelchair-bound youngsters, Mario Vigentini wanted to revolutionise their quality of life, inventing a device that raises up users so they are face-to-face with those standing.
Swiss banking giant UBS on Friday posted higher profits for the second quarter as improved investor confidence led to growth in its wealth management units.
"Mountain rescue should be for when there is a danger to life or health. If you have food and a roof over your head, maybe it's better to wait a bit so you're feeling stronger later."
Angel Maria Villar, in custody on corruption charges, has resigned as vice-president of the two Switzerland-based governing bodies.
Update: Police investigating an attempted rape of a nine-year-old girl in Swedish city Örebro have arrested a man suspected of the crime.
The Swede has already broken one record in the last week, and she's out for more.
Looking for a way to preserve all of those berries that seem to be everywhere in Sweden during the summer? Try food writer John Duxbury's recipe for delicious Swedish spiced berry compote.