A miniaturized Matt Damon and Javier Bardem as Pablo Escobar. The ten-day festival, Italy's most important annual cinema gala, has started.
Carl Bildt, a former Swedish prime minister, says that immigration is not causing as many problems for the country as Norway’s immigration minister Sylvi Listhaug depicts.
A survey commissioned by Bild newspaper published on Tuesday reveals that the majority of Germans reject the idea of refugees legally reuniting with their families in Germany.
The South Tyrolean Freedom Party, who go by the German name Süd-Tiroler Freiheit, have issued a provocative publication for school children in what they proclaim as Tyrol, an area both sides of the Austrian-Italian border.
Sweden has voted in favour of the UN anti-nuclear arms treaty and intends on backing it when it opens for signatures in September.
France has become embroiled in a dispute with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte over his deadly war on drugs.
Some 70,000 people will have to leave their homes in Frankfurt on Sunday, after an unexploded bomb from the Second World War was found in the city. It is set to be the biggest ever evacuation due to a bomb disposal.
A new campaign from a travel firm has detailed a century of Swedish history in images by collating postcards of six different cities from the 1800s to the late 1900s.
A leaky truck was discovered to have spilled 900 litres of nitric acid onto the streets of a south Berlin neighbourhood on Wednesday, leaving fifteen people injured.
Spain's annual "Tomatina" tomato throwing festival kicked off in the eastern town of Buñol on Wednesday...and things got pretty messy.
Denmark’s government is seeking to introduce requirements which will limit the access of foreign residents to the country’s welfare system.
The Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb) put its “Wahlomat” online on Wednesday, meaning you can answer 38 questions which will help you decide which party is right for you.
France's opposition could block obtaining the qualified majority of EU member states needed to renew the licence.
Two men have been charged by Danish police after a jetski and a speedboat were used at high speeds near a jetty at Korsør.
A report published on Wednesday accuses Germany of systematically ignoring scientific advice on fishing quotas, thereby endangering fragile fish stocks in north European waters.
Experts have made a gloomy prognosis: in 2030, Germany could be missing up to three million skilled workers. And ten years later this figure could rise to 3.3 million, according to a study published on Wednesday.
As Big Ben goes silent, the famous Eiffel Tower beam goes dark.
Readers of a Swedish newspaper have voted on the Stockholm island they would miss least if rising water levels took it away, and the answer may come as a surprise.
After an end-of-August heatwave, large parts of France were set for heavy storms on Wednesday, with 19 departments placed on alert.
Another 60 police have joined teams on the ground searching for Maelys de Araujo.
Rome have signed a new striker.
Rome's public transport authority ATAC has confirmed that a bus driver who swapped the destination on the front of his bus for his own protest message against vaccinations has been suspended.
Swapping balls for bulls makes for an animal-cruelty free fiesta but it is still proving quite a trecherous activity.
We didn't realize just how obsessed with the amber brew Germans were until we started researching this article.
An accident at a Brittany dairy plant has killed thousands of fish and left a nearby river badly polluted.
Geneva, Basel-City and Zurich are demanding the Swiss government increase the number of work permits they are allowed to give foreign workers from non-EU countries.
Local politicians have moved to make a municipality in the south of Sweden the first in the country to introduce a ban on begging.
A row between locals and wildlife agents over bears living in the Pyrenean mountains has escalated as farmers blame the wild animals for attacks on their sheep.
The Ministry of Health has made ten vaccines against common diseases compulsory for all children aged under 16 resident in Italy.
In a televised election debate, opposition leader Jonas Gahr Støre spoke in some of his strongest terms yet over Prime Minister Erna Solberg’s leadership.
Many air travellers were stuck at the yet unopened Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (BER) due to the defusing of a Second World War bomb on Tuesday evening at Tegel Airport in the north of the city.
Prosecutors at the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe have had their work cut out dealing with criminal complaints against Chancellor Angela Merkel since she opened Germany’s borders to asylum seekers in September 2015.
Spain's Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido, visiting his Moroccan counterpart Tuesday, said Rabat had arrested two men linked to deadly twin attacks in Catalonia.
Summer may be coming to an abrupt end on Thursday as a cold front will bring rain, thunderstorms and a sharp drop in temperatures, meteorologists predict.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has supported Social Democrat (SPD) leader Martin Schulz’s pledge that he will push for the removal of US nuclear warheads from Germany if elected Chancellor.
Resourceful thieves used the Paris catacombs to reach a wine cellar, before making off with more than €250,000's worth of top quality alcohol.
The inhabitants of the village of Bondo, hit by a massive landslide last week, have been told that reconstructing the village could take years.
The Spanish au pair who went missing in the Lake Geneva region last Friday has been found alive.
You can take our sauna, but you can never take our freedom.
The piggy bank has built-in apps to help kids learn about digital money.
Roger Federer made a narrow escape in a tense five-set thriller on Tuesday to reach the second round of the US Open.
Thieves rammed a large vehicle into the entrance of Stockholm department store Nordiska Kompaniet (NK) in the early hours of Wednesday.
Lovers of the arts, rejoice! Fringe festivals are once again upon us, and we take a look at our favourite acts in English coming to Gothenburg and Stockholm.