Hundreds of thousands of Catalans rallied on Monday to demand their region's secession from Spain, in a show of strength three weeks ahead of an independence referendum which has been banned by Madrid.
Everyone knows you shouldn't mess with the French and their food. But unfortunately for one US supermarket, it seems they didn't get the memo.
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Alice Weidel is supposed to be the moderate face of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. But newspaper Welt am Sonntag claims to have seen an email which shows her true face.
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg has won a mandate for a further four years in government after a tense election night victory over Labour leader Jonas Gahr Støre.
The young refugee, who has been put on trial for the rape and murder of a teenage student in Freiburg last year, admitted his guilt in an extensive statement to the court on Monday.
The palace has hosted a royal wedding and comes complete with a park and a moat.
"For pity's sake, do something," Estelle Kalton begs the police. "They're looting the shops."
If you visited Italy this year, you helped break records for the country's tourism industry.
Calls of "Einmal die Fahrkarten bitte!" or "tickets please" may soon be a thing of the past with the increasing digitalisation of rail travel in Germany.
At least 30 people were injured in an accident involving a train at Andermatt rail station in the canton of Uri on Monday morning.
Two more German citizens are believed to have been arrested in Turkey, the foreign ministry in Berlin said on Monday, adding that a travel warning could follow if the detentions continue.
Most of Norway’s national and regional newspapers understandably led with the country’s general election on their front pages on Monday.
Spain's data protection watchdog said Monday it has slapped Facebook with a fine of €1.2 million for failing to prevent its users' data being accessed by advertisers.
Jewish organizations say the Gothenburg march will take place just a stone's throw away from the synagogue.
A Spanish physiotherapist working for the Red Cross in northern Afghanistan was shot and killed Monday by a wheelchair-bound patient, in the latest attack on the international charity.
Popular works by Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol and Picasso will be among those on loan from New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Over the weekend, hide-and-seek enthusiasts from across the globe descended on a tiny Italian town to battle it out in the quest to be crowned international champions of the sport.
Opposition parties as well as government ally the Danish People’s Party (DF) have criticised the government for a lack of detail in its proposed budget.
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The president said he would "not yield anything, either to the lazy, the cynics or the extremes."
When German tabloids started excitedly reporting about a tear gas attack in Frankfurt Airport on Monday morning, the story soon got picked up by international media outlets.
The state-of-the-art radar system that enabled experts to predict the collapse of the Trift glacier on Sunday and evacuate residents in advance was installed just a few days earlier.
German investor Hans Rudolf Wöhrl has unveiled a €500-million offer for bankrupt Air Berlin, hoping to buy the country's second-largest airline whole rather than see it split up.
Thousands of cocktail umbrellas were placed on the beach to create a colourful mosaic in the North Sea resort town of Esens-Bensersiel on Sunday in an attempt to set a new world record.
Sweden's PewDiePie is in hot water again after blurting out a racist slur during a livestream gaming session.
Terminal 1 of Germany's largest airport was partially evacuated over the weekend, after an apparently psychologically disturbed man told police was carrying explosives in his luggage.
Everything you need to know about Sweden's main political parties and their leaders in the build-up to the September 2018 election.
Danes checking the weather forecast in Esbjerg on Sunday came in for a shock after an error resulted in ‘unrealistic’ amounts of rain being predicted.
A British graduate and sailing teacher has reportedly been found dead in the Italian Alps after setting off on a hike four days earlier.
The Bavarian capital is famed for its Spiessigkeit - a love of everything being neat and orderly. But a Singaporean bike-sharing scheme has thrown a spanner into this well-oiled machine - and it hasn't gone down well.
While many people are sad to see summer go, food writer Franziska Wick from Little Zurich Kitchen couldn't be more excited about the arrival of her favourite season.
Crowds of thousands of people were left angry at the end of Lollapalooza, a major music festival on the outskirts of Berlin, after transport logjam led to many of them waiting several hours before they could return home.
After a weekend of torrential rain and flooding across large parts of Italy, search efforts for two missing people were taking place on Monday amidst continued bad weather.
The assailants allegedly told the three victims: "You are Jews, you have money. We take money from Jews to give to the poor."
Women account for just one in five people working in management positions in companies listed on the Swedish stock market.
The question was thrown open to debate after a grandfather refused to contribute to his grandson's upkeep.
Hundreds of thousands of Catalans were expected to rally on Monday to demand their region break away from Spain, in a show of strength three weeks ahead of a secession referendum banned by Madrid.
Despite the recent death of an Italian child from malaria, scientists believe the disease is unlikely to return to the country. Researchers Emanuele Giorgi and Donal Bisanzio explain why.
The policeman shot dead his wife and two of their children before taking his own life.
Alexanderplatz is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the German capital. But it is also regularly the scene of violent crime, as two mass brawls over the weekend once again proved.
A three-year old girl was the only survivor on Sunday of a flood that killed her family, as fierce rainstorms swept Italy and devastated the Tuscan city of Livorno, killing at least six people.
She presents herself as the safeguard of continuity, he champions the fight against inequality: Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg and Labour opposition leader Jonas Gahr Støre are facing off in Norway's legislative elections on Monday.
Martina Hingis captured her second US Open doubles title in as many days on Sunday.
The figure is not as encouraging for foreigners.
Norwegians cast their votes on Monday in an election nail-biter that will decide whether "the world's happiest country" will be run by the outgoing rightwing coalition or the leftwing opposition for the next four years.
One of the distinctive features of the Italian political landscape is the large number of parties, some of them encompassing a wide range of ideologies and some focusing on a single issue or region.
New police statistics show an increase in gang-related shootings in Sweden over the summer.