Denmark's Prince Henrik is suffering from dementia, the palace said on Wednesday, adding that his condition played no role in his recent decision to not be buried with his wife Queen Margrethe II.
Police detained two men after what appear to be bomb-making materials were found in a flat in the Paris suburb of Villejuif.
A DNA test done on the remains of Salvador Dali show he is not the father of a Spanish psychic claiming to be his illegitimate daughter who asked for his exhumation.
17 Norwegian municipalities will be visited by international election observers during polling for Monday’s general election.
The Spanish government has asked the Constitutional Court to block the Catalan parliament from voting on a bill that lays the groundwork for an independence referendum.
The French government has unveiled plans to stop oil and gas production on its territory.
The EU has ordered Sweden to end its border controls by mid-November, saying they are not needed anymore.
Germany's second largest city is famous for being a centre for industry, music and media, but here are some things you might not know about Hamburg, even if you live there.
New statistics reveal what Sweden's main causes of death were in 2016.
Widows and children of 11 Israeli Olympic team members murdered during the 1972 Games in Munich unveiled a memorial to the victims at a tearful ceremony on Wednesday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday compared anti-Turkey statements by German politicians to "Nazism" after Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would seek to end talks on Ankara's accession to the EU.
A huge blaze broke out at a waste treatment plant in northern Italy on Wednesday, prompting fears that poisonous substances may have been released into the air.
The wreck of a four-century-old ship that used to belong to King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden has been uncovered in central Stockholm.
France's sale of a 4.5 percent stake in the energy company Engie was the first to raise money for the innovation fund promoted by Macron.
Germany is a great place to live if you're looking for a stable job. And it's not a bad place to raise your kids. But the locals don't make it easy for you, an annual report on expat attitudes reveals.
Last year's NFGL Local Network Chairs offer their advice to incoming scholars.
Foreigners typically find love, but not money, when they move to Italy.
Cristiano Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes, has been summoned before a Spanish court as part of a probe into alleged tax evasion by the world player of the year, judicial sources confirmed on Wednesday.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi will finally open its doors to the public in November.
The Mufić family moved from Croatia to Sweden a year ago and expected a slew of problems when the daughter started school. Their experience was anything but, and has since gone viral, reaching thousands of people through a Facebook post.
The Piscine des Amiraux, the stunning art deco swimming pool immortalised in the classic Paris film "Amélie", is to reopen to the public this month after a two-year, 10-million-euro makeover.
Denmark’s opposition Social Liberal Party says that parents should be able to choose whether their children share daycare facilities with unvaccinated youngsters.
Germans are more satisfied with the development of their country and are more optimistic about its future than other Europeans, according to a Bertelsmann Foundation survey published on Wednesday.
But as last year, it's not considered the most welcoming place in the world...
If you ask movers and shakers in the worlds of business, science and culture in China what they think of the German capital, they are likely to give you rave reviews. And they aren’t the only ones, a new study finds.
Brits with second homes in a rural district in the south east of France have just about had enough of their noisy neighbours.
Poland will seek the extradition from Italy of four men suspected of raping a Polish tourist, the country's deputy justice minister has said.
Low numbers of refugee arrivals mean that Denmark should be able to accept its quota of transferable refugees, says the UN.
Swedish nationals born in Africa and Asia tend to vote significantly less than other Swedes, and are more prone to vote for left-wing parties, a new government-commissioned report shows.
Spanish and Moroccan authorities have arrested six jihadists who were preparing "large-scale attacks".
Visitors to Geneva at the end of September are likely to come across an 8m tall grandmother parading through the streets.
The source of Italy's River Po has completely dried up due to prolonged drought this summer, with knock-on effects for agricultural production across the northern region.
A Spanish man who claims to have the results of a DNA test showing he is Julio Iglesias's son filed a paternity suit on Monday against the Grammy award-winning singer.
New political party Feminist Initiative says it wants to put feminist issues on Denmark’s political agenda.
French-owned fashion giants pledge to ban ultra-thin models from their advertising and catwalk shows.
The consultation committee responsible for planning the proposed crossing over Lac Léman (Lake Geneva) has decided that a bridge rather than a tunnel would be the preferred option.
Former cycling medical advisor Bernard Sainz, alias Dr Mabuse, has been sentenced for inciting amateur riders to cheat with drugs.
Catalonia is expected to pass a law Wednesday laying the groundwork for an independence referendum on October 1st which is fiercely opposed by Madrid, setting a course for Spain's deepest political crisis in decades.
A German intelligence agent on Tuesday said he pretended to be a jihadist planning an attack in online chatrooms because he was bored, as he went on trial for attempted treason.
Fugitive Italian mafia boss Rocco Morabito had split from his wife and was searching for a new apartment when he was arrested by Uruguayan police, his lawyer said on Tuesday.
A fire caused disruptions for rail commuters between Stockholm and Uppsala during rush hour on Wednesday.
The last month of summer was also the wettest month of the season, according to preliminary statistics from national weather agency SMHI.